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A Florida federal judge’s warning to a woman that she may regret refusing a $500,000 settlement offer in her suit against Royal Caribbean over her teenage daughter's salmonella death proved prescient when the suit was tossed.
Citing a commitment to listen to the will of the people, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said Thursday that the State Legislature should remove a smoking ban on medical marijuana or he will drop the state's defense of the policy in a pending lawsuit.
Deutsche Bank has reportedly loaned $68 million for a Manhattan condo tower, Essence Communications is said to be taking 29,000 square feet in Brooklyn and WeWork is reportedly leasing 146,000 square feet in Miami.
Coupon and customer data firm Catalina Marketing Corp. received final approval of its $275 million debtor-in-possession financing Thursday in Delaware after resolving the objection of joint venture partner The Nielsen Company.
Iberia Airlines avoided having to pay substantial damages to a Florida woman injured when a May 2015 flight from Madrid to Milan experienced severe turbulence, after a federal jury in Miami found Wednesday that the Spanish airline bore minimal responsibility.