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Bridgewater, which fought the panel’s decision that it must pay the Tekmerion founders’ legal fees, has since settled the case.
Researchers have generally settled for repeatedly measuring flow speed at several points in the turbulence.
They don’t jump back in and trade until mid-November once the dust has settled.
As businesses have settled into this new normal, they’ve also been looking inward.
As the realization settles in that the pandemic will stretch into multiple quarters rather than multiple months, CEOs must again grapple with how to advise their employees on returning to the office.
Unlike the battle royale with Epic, Apple’s dispute with WordPress was settled almost as quickly as it arose.
In 2014, Man City agreed to restrictions on transfers and to pay a $58 million fine to settle allegations it had violated spending cap rules.
In 2010, Twitter settled charges with the Federal Trade Commission over failing to protect users’ personal information.
The plaintiffs proposed spending $577 million to settle the case.
The case was settled by the city for US$25,000, with the officers and the city declaring no liability, but it is not known if Thao was disciplined by the department.

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