Insurer Ends $6M Suit Against Buckley Over Founder's Exit

By Andrew Strickler (November 8, 2019, 2:53 PM EST) -- D.C. financial services firm Buckley LLP and an insurance company that revealed that founder Andy Sandler's abrupt exit was triggered by an internal misconduct investigation have agreed to end a federal suit over a $6 million insurance claim.

In a brief notice in a North Carolina court, Oxford Insurance Co. said Thursday it was withdrawing its complaint.

"The parties have conferred and Buckley LLP consents to this dismissal," the notice states.

The withdrawal marks a swift end to a suit that revealed Buckley leaders hired a Latham & Watkins LLP investigator in late 2017 to look into unspecified allegations against Sandler....

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