A $68.8 million settlement between tenants at the Manhattan apartment complex Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village and MetLife Inc. and CWCapital Asset Management LLC over rent overcharge claims won court approval.
Two tenants of the Manhattan apartment complex Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village objected to a $68.8 million settlement residents reached with MetLife Inc. and CWCapital Asset Management LLC in November over rent overcharge claims.
AMC Networks Inc. and pay-TV provider Dish Network Corp. reached a $700 million settlement of their lawsuit over AMC’s claim that Dish wrongfully terminated their contract for high-definition television programming.
A court-imposed sanction against EchoStar Satellite LLC, for “egregious” conduct in destroying e-mail evidence, may jeopardize the company’s defense of a $2.5 billion Cablevision Systems Corp. contract suit.
A Travelers Cos. unit was awarded $262.3 million plus interest against a group of insurance companies including a unit of Munich Re AG , the world’s biggest insurer, in a reinsurance dispute tied to asbestos-injury claims from the 1970s.
Dish Network Corp. wrongfully ended a television programming contract with AMC Networks Inc., leaving it with “massive financial losses,” because of competition from a Dish rival, an AMC lawyer told a jury.
Charles Dolan, founder of Cablevision Systems Corp., told a jury there’s “no question” its high- definition television service would have made money if Dish Network Corp. hadn’t terminated their deal to broadcast it.