The rights to the If I Did It Book were in the hands of Lorraine Brooke Associates, Inc. (LBA), a shell corporation which was in bankruptcy. In order to obtain the rights the Goldman family had to pierce the corporate veil an seek an order that would find that LBA and Simpson were one in the same.
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