Fitch, Stephane
November 2003
Forbes Global;11/24/2003, Vol. 6 Issue 22, p34
Focuses on the lawsuit filed by Liesel Pritzker against her father Robert Pritzker and several older cousins for allegedly looting her trust funds and those of her brother, Matthew. Motivation of Liesel in filing the lawsuit; Background of the businesses of the Pritzker family; Details of how the Pritzkers use offshore business entities to gain tax advantages. INSET: HYATT INTERNATIONAL IS KEY.


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