Bloomberg Law
Dec. 23, 2020, 8:26 PM

Fired XFL Football CEO Seeks $24 Million Prejudgment Award

Peter Hayes
Peter Hayes

Former XFL commissioner and CEO Oliver Luck asked the District of Connecticut to impose a $23.8 million prejudgment remedy against the American football league’s former owner, Vince McMahon, saying he will probably prove he was wrongfully terminated.

Luck asked the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut to issue an order allowing him to attach or garnish property belonging to McMahon to secure the sum he claims is owed him.

A prejudgment remedy is warranted because the facts show Luck never performed any act or omission that would qualify for termination for cause under his employment contract, Luck said. ...