$20M Digital Domain Flop's Pitfalls Remain: Fla. Report

Law360, Miami (March 27, 2013, 9:20 PM EDT) -- Florida's state government bypassed its own approval process in awarding $20 million in economic incentives in 2009 to the production company Digital Domain Media Group, which filed for bankruptcy last year, but no laws were violated and similar scenarios cannot easily be prevented, according to a report filed Tuesday by the governor's chief inspector general.

Gov. Rick Scott requested on Sept. 10, 2012, for Chief Inspector General Melinda Miguel to review the process by which Digital Domain, creator of digital effects for films such as “Titanic”...
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