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Al-Jazeera's Indemnification Claims for $100M in Ex-VP Gore Suit Survive

By Gina Passarella |

An Al-Jazeera Media Network subsidiary has kept alive its indemnification claims against former Current TV owners, including former Vice President Al Gore, for more than $100 million.

Hedge Fund Appeal Denied in Tribune Media Bankruptcy Case

By P.J. D'Annunzio |

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has denied the appeal of a hedge fund vying for litigation that could leave it with more money than it is on track to receive in the Tribune Media Co. bankruptcy case.

Williams Law Firm Announces New Director

The Williams Law Firm announced that Brian C. Crawford of the Delaware small-business transactions and litigation group became director of the firm.

Insurer in UM Coverage Dispute Can't Make Third-Party Claim

By Michael A. Riccardi |

A third-party complaint by an auto insurance carrier against an alleged tortfeasor has been clipped from a dispute over uninsured motorist benefits brought by a policyholder, according to a ruling last week from a New Castle County Superior Court judge.