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  • April 18, 2018

    Seminoles Extend Guarantee On Gambling Payments To Fla.

    The Seminole Tribe of Florida reached agreement Wednesday with the state of Florida to amend a 2017 litigation settlement over their exclusive gaming compact that extends the tribe’s commitment to continue making its revenue-sharing payments to the state through May 2019, the governor announced.

  • April 18, 2018

    Privilege Can't Halt Depos In Timeshare Co.'s Contract Suit

    A Tennessee federal magistrate judge ordered that witness depositions can move forward in a timeshare company's suit alleging Castle Law Group interferes with its contracts, ruling attorney-client privilege can't stop three former employees of the law firm from being deposed.

  • April 18, 2018

    Real Estate Rumors: Tishman, Venture X, Acore

    Tishman has reportedly landed $380 million in construction financing for a Brooklyn residential condo project from a lender syndicate that includes Starwood Property Trust, co-working company Venture X is said to be taking 12,500 square feet in West Palm Beach, and Acore Capital has reportedly loaned $43.2 million for a Maryland Westin hotel.

  • April 18, 2018

    MoMA Claims Manhattan Cafe Is Infringing Name, Trade Dress

    The Museum of Modern Art sued newly opened Lower East Side café and art gallery MoMaCha in New York federal court on Tuesday, accusing it of infringing its famous trademarked name and trade dress that date to at least 1967 and appear in exhibition communications, retail goods and its restaurant The Modern.

  • April 18, 2018

    Pa. Judge Insists U-Haul Mgr. Can Be Deposed Over Explosion

    A Pennsylvania judge is urging an appeals court to uphold his decision barring the general manager of a local U-Haul International Inc. branch from asserting his right against self-incrimination to avoid a deposition over his role in a food-truck explosion that killed two people.

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