Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Generated a bunch of legal fees
The parties spent an estimated $10 Million dollars in legal fees!!
High-profile family feud lawsuit ends quietly
By Craig Kapitan - Express-News
After five years of litigation, court reversals and a highly publicized family feud, a judge on Monday made a final ruling in the Kerr County-based Camp Mystic lawsuit — bringing the case to an unusually quiet end.
In a conference call from his Bexar County Courthouse office, David Peeples, presiding judge of the 22-county Fourth Administrative Judicial Region, gave his blessing to an undisclosed settlement between the parties.
Filed in 2007, the lawsuit pitted two sisters against Richard Eastland, who runs the 725-acre girls camp in Hunt, in a dispute over millions of dollars in rent that the sisters believed they were owed.
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