In Brookfield Asset Management, Inc. v. AIG Financial Products Corp., the court held that the Rule 502(d) order issued by the court before the defendant's production of privileged documents gave the defendant the right to claw back those documents "no matter what the circumstances giving rise to their production were" (No. 09-cv-8285, 2013 WL 142503, at *1 (S.D.N.Y. Jan. 7, 2013)).
Brookfield planning $500 million private-equity spinoff: Brookfield Asset Management Inc., Canada’s largest alternative asset manager, will create a new publicly traded subsidiary by spinning off a portion of its private-equity arm through a special $500 million dividend. Brookfield Business Partners will be the fourth public company under the Brookfield umbrella, and is valued at roughly $2 billion, the company said Wednesday in a statement.