The suit alleged, among other things, that FNCB withheld information regarding its lending practices that led shareholders to file suit in 2012.
The shareholder’s suit filed by
In June, Fidelity was granted permission to take
The highly contentious legal battle has dragged on for years, in part due to multiple pretrial motions attorneys for FNCB and Fidelity filed. Attorneys have fought over numerous issues, including whether Fidelity agreed to settle the case.
FNCB claimed an attorney representing Fidelity verbally agreed to settle the case during a
Fidelity disputed that, however. U.S. District Judge
Five days after he issued the ruling,
In a sharply worded opinion,
U.S. District Judge
In the latest developments,
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