After prison, dealing with family lawsuits

Kapos, Shia
February 2010
Crain's Chicago Business;2/8/2010, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p4
The article presents information on Richard O'Hara, former Wells Street gallery owner and Wilmette resident jailed in 2001 for conspiring to buy and sell stolen art, and on the Chicago Symphony Orchestra (CSO). O'Hara is suing his ex-wife, Marcia, and oldest daughter, Kathryn, saying they are hiding 1 million dollars in cash and jewels in a safe-deposit box. The Women's Assn. has been renamed the League of the CSO, which will plan fundraising and outreach projects of the orchestra.


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