Alec Baldwin Settles With NY Art Gallery Over Painting

Law360, San Francisco (November 13, 2017, 5:02 PM EST) -- A New York gallery owner has reached a seven-figure settlement with Alec Baldwin to resolve the actor’s lawsuit alleging she misled him about the uniqueness of a Ross Bleckner painting he purchased for $190,000, according to Baldwin’s attorneys and court documents filed in New York state court Monday.

In stipulation of discontinuance with prejudice, Baldwin asked the court to dismiss his suit against the prominent New York City art gallery and its owner Mary Boone without awarding costs or attorneys’ fees to any party. Baldwin’s attorney, Steven Feldman of Hueston Hennigan LLP, said Monday that the seven-figure settlement reflects the certainty...

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