Chardonnay-Under-the-Sea Goes a Bit Too Far Legally 
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Emily Dooley, Bloomberg Law Staff Correspondent, discusses how a diver, a surfer, a winemaker, and a Frenchman who sunk wine storage cages off the coast of Santa Barbara in an attempt to create the world’s first members-only underwater wine cellar and club, ran into legal troubles. Patricia Hurtado, Bloomberg Legal Reporter, discusses how Matthew Grimes went from Tom Barrack's intern to his protege to his co-defendant. June Grasso hosts. Learn more about your ad-choices at
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