For many dedicated television watchers, the viewing medium of choice is no longer the satellite dish or the cable box, but rather the Internet. Specifically, many people are now choosing to watch their favorite shows via subscriptions to various video streaming services.
When Florida investors team up to work together on a large-scale project, a range of complications can occur. In many cases, these disputes lead to litigation between parties, which can put the project at the center of the dispute on hold. This was the case with a recent lawsuit involving issues of partnership disputes over expansion plans for a large gaming establishment known as the SugarHouse Casino.
Florida residents may be aware of a new twist in the ongoing legal battles between U.S. Bank and Peregrine Financial Group. A lawsuit has been filed by the son of Russ Wasendorf Sr., who recently pleaded guilty to a range of crimes connected to the financial scandal. The new suit makes fraud claims against U.S. Bank, claiming the institution assisted Wasendorf Sr., former CEO of Peregrine, in lying to regulators concerning the misuse of customer funds during the investigation.
Some Florida residents may be aware of the back-and-forth allegations between Activision Blizzard Inc. and Electronics Arts Inc., two of the more prominent video game developers, over a recent business dispute. The business dispute began in 2010, when the actions of two former Activision employees set off an already intense rivalry, and continues to be an issue now. Although it is said that the companies reached a settlement at some point -- the information about which was not disclosed -- Activision and EA were set to begin trial for the case on May 29.