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Andrew L. Barroway

Majority Owner, Chairman and Governor

Arizona Coyotes

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Employment History

Majority Owner, Chairman and Governor

Coyotes Majority


Managing Partner

Merion Investment Management LP


Managing Partner

kessler topaz meltzer & check , llp


Affiliations

University of Pennsylvania Law School

Member of the ABA Negotiation Team


National Hockey League

Board of Governors


Education

law degree

University of Pennsylvania Law School


Web References(137 Total References)


www.sbclasslaw.com

Andrew L. Barroway
Barroway Topaz Kessler Meltzer Check, LLP ANDREW L. BARROWAY, a partner of the firm, received his law degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where he was a member of the ABA Negotiation team. He is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and has been admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Mr. Barroway frequently lectures on securities class action and lead plaintiff issues, and recently spoke at the 2005 Institutional Investor Hedge Fund Workshop in New York City and the Public Funds Summit 2005 in Phoenix, Arizona. Mr. Barroway has been actively involved in all aspects of litigation on behalf of the firm and has played pivotal roles in the resolutions of In re The Interpublic Group of Companies Sec. Litig., No. 02Civ. 6527 (S.D.N.Y. 2002) (settled and approved - settlement value of approximately $107 million); In re Digital Lightwave, Inc. Sec. Litig., Consolidated Case No. 98-152-CIV-T-24E (M.D. Fla. 1999) (settled and approved - settlement value of $170 million); In re Tyco International, Ltd. Sec. Lit., No. 02-1335-B (D.N.H. 2002) (settled and approved - $3.2billion); and Kaltman, et al. v Key Energy Services, Inc., et al., No. 04-CV-082-RAJ (W.D. Tex. 2004) (settled and approved - $15.425 million). Mr. Barroway also represents numerous public pension funds, private investment funds, money management firms, and individuals in securities fraud litigation in which Barroway Topaz has been appointed as Lead or Co-Lead Counsel. Andrew Barroway Main: (610) 667.7706 Direct: (610) 667.7706 Fax: (610) 667.7056


www.nasra.org [cached]

Andrew L. Barroway, Esq. Managing Partner Three Bala Plaza East Suite 400 Bala Cynwyd, PA 19904 (610) 667-7706 (610) 822-0002 FAX


tempeinmotion.com [cached]

LeBlanc and Coyotes owner Andrew Barroway said at a press conference that they are not expecting a free arena from taxpayers and that they are taking a substantial risk by putting up about half the money to build the new facility.
"We are going to build it so it is a destination," Barroway said, with other forms of entertainment beyond hockey, including restaurants and clubs. "I can't tell you how many times I have been told, 'If your stadium was closer to my house, I would be a season-ticket holder,'" Barroway said. "If we do everything right and this works out perfectly, we can break even and have a winning team." He declined to reveal how much money the team is losing in its West Valley location, which can be an hour's drive from much of the East Valley. Losses in the past have been in the tens of millions of dollars, with fans saying they have trouble driving to Gila River Arena through heavy traffic for weeknight games. Barroway said the deal with ASU and Catellus Development Corp. would likely include a long-term lease of the new arena and other property, but details have not been determined.


tempeinmotion.com

Coyotes majority owner Andrew Barroway said the arena will cost around $400 million, with the team picking up about half the cost.
"It's a long road to get here, but everything looks great for the Coyotes," Barroway said. "For staying in Arizona.


sportstravelmagazine.com

"We are thrilled to partner with Catellus on this tremendous project that will include our future new home in the East Valley," said Coyotes Majority Owner, Chairman and Governor Andrew Barroway.
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