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Everybody and their moms have at least one j crew shorts 2012 piece in their closet. What’s not to like from the brand that brought us an awesome idea of retail with the Men’s Shop, Liquor Store, and more? This Thursday on May 24, CNBC will be airing "J.Crew and the Man Who Dressed America". Here is a short clip of the mastermind—and heavily involved CEO—Mickey Drexler. A big fan of micromanagement, he does not mince his words and is very opinionated on what sells and won’t sell at J.Crew. For more clips of the documentary Lawyers for objecting shareholders started the public cat fight by sending a letter to the Delaware judge on the matter, Vice Chancellor Leo E. Strine Jr., stating that they were walking away from the previously negotiated settlement. The plaintiffs’ lawyers provided two reasons for abandoning the settlement: First, J. Crew had invalidated the previously negotiated second 31-day go- shop by announcing the results of the first process. Second, the j crew outlet sale cheap lawyers were demanding an overly broad release of claims in connection with the settlement, which included any “future actions related to the sale of J. Crew … that might arise.”J. Crew’s second-biggestshareholder, the hedge fund Paulson & Company, which holds a 9.4 percent stake, decided just on Monday to vote in support of the leveraged buyout, a person with direct knowledge of the matter said. Other major institutional investors, including Fidelity Management and BlackRock, also supported the deal.The company’s executives and advisers took Tuesday’s vote as a show of overwhelming support for the retailer’s sale to TPG Capital and Leonard Green & Partners, with the support of J. Crew’s chairman and chief executive, Millard S. Drexler. J crew bubble necklace also formally disclosed that it has not received any alternative takeover offers yet.Despite the settlement, however, lawyers for the plaintiff shareholders still criticized what they called problems in the company’s sales process.“The settlement has fixed a horribly flawed sales process as well as anyone could,” Stuart Grant, a partner at the law firm Grant & Eisenhofer, said in a statement. “The challenge still remains as to whether the special committee, who is running the sale, will act in the best interest of shareholders or instead protect the Drexler/TPG deal.”Mark Lebovitch, a partner at the law firm Bernstein Litowitz Berger & Grossmann, added in a statement: “We hope, having wrestled the agreement of these defendants to belatedly run a truly open and fair corporate sales process, that future go-shop processes will follow this precedent from the outset.” Visit www.jcrewoutletonline.com for more information.