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August 21, 1996 | From Associated Press
In a victory for investors in Lloyd's of London, the insurance market agreed Tuesday that the investors can sue for fraud if they find Lloyd's lied to them in its $4.7-billion settlement proposal. Bonnie Steingart, a Lloyd's attorney, told U.S. District Judge Robert Payne that Lloyd's was prepared to make a legal stipulation giving investors the right to sue if Lloyd's settlement documents prove to be fraudulent. Payne ordered Lloyd's attorneys to submit the agreement in writing.
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August 21, 1996 | From Associated Press
In a victory for investors in Lloyd's of London, the insurance market agreed Tuesday that the investors can sue for fraud if they find Lloyd's lied to them in its $4.7-billion settlement proposal. Bonnie Steingart, a Lloyd's attorney, told U.S. District Judge Robert Payne that Lloyd's was prepared to make a legal stipulation giving investors the right to sue if Lloyd's settlement documents prove to be fraudulent. Payne ordered Lloyd's attorneys to submit the agreement in writing.
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February 12, 2014 | By Christy Khoshaba
Shirley Temple Black, the dimpled curly-haired scene-stealer, warmed hearts from the start. She died this week at age 85 at her home near San Francisco, and though Temple Black went on to lead a storied life well outside Hollywood, there are still a few facts that some readers may not know. Here's a sampling: Watch out Hollywood, I'm here: At 3, Temple made her on-screen debut, but it was a strange one. She and a handful of other toddlers starred in the 1932 parody series “Baby Burlesks.” The toddlers wore diapers and barely there lingerie, playing hookers and World War I soldiers.
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January 15, 2014 | By Jeff Gottlieb
Michael Jackson's estate and Lloyd's of London have settled their lawsuit in which the insurer claimed it shouldn't have to pay $17.5 million on a tour cancellation policy after the singer died in June 2009. Jackson's estate countersued for breach of contract. Terms of the settlement are secret. “The estate, and, I'm sure Lloyd's, are glad the matter is resolved,” said Howard Weitzman,  an attorney for the Jackson side. Lloyd's claimed it did not have to pay because the singer did not reveal his drug use. Jackson died of an overdose of the anesthetic propofol administered at his home by Dr. Conrad Murray, as he was about to embark on a comeback series of concerts in London.
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February 3, 2011 | By Jae-Ha Kim, Tribune Media Services
Former USC safety Troy Polamalu will be easy to spot when the Pittsburgh Steelers play the Green Bay Packers in the Super Bowl on Sunday. The Steelers’ 29-year-old strong safety will be the one with the long mane of thick, wavy black hair cascading out of his helmet. He’s the only player in NFL history to have his hair insured by Lloyd’s of London (Head & Shoulders shampoo took out a $1 million policy for their spokesman). Quiet and reserved off the field, Polamalu is known for his speed and agility on the gridiron.
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