Target 12 Investigator Tim White discusses the latest details in the ongoing 38 Studios lawsuit.
The court clerk’s office has scanned in 20,000 pages from the 38 Studios case.
The order calls for four defendants to pay $12.5 million for their respective roles in putting together the controversial deal.
Nine-member team from state police will comb through 38 Studios material.
A hearing has been scheduled for next week on any requests to withhold 38 Studios documents.
The clerk of superior court says staff has processed 18,000 pages from the case so far.
The clerk of courts said officials are trying to figure out the best way to distribute the tens of thousands of documents to the public.
The decision is a significant one as the public continues to debate what happened with the failed deal.
Lawyers for Schilling and other executives at 38 Studios filed the objection on Monday.
The heads of groups Watchdog RI and the RI Center for Freedom and Prosperity weigh in on latest with 38 Studios
Watchdog groups called on Governor Raimondo and Speaker Mattiello to act after Target 12 revealed new details about Gordon Fox’s role.
Court documents say the former House speaker, who pleaded the Fifth during a deposition, met with Schilling behind Carcieri’s back.
A spokeswoman confirmed about $2.6 million of the money from the latest settlement will go toward attorney fees and other costs.
The proposed settlement was filed in Superior Court Friday, and is now pending the approval of a Superior Court judge.
Lawyers in the long-running lawsuit over the failed video-game deal convinced a judge to keep the day’s proceedings secret.
Williams will be paid $400 per hour which is “the same discounted rate” he charged in the state pension reform mediation.
Nellie Gorbea wants to overhaul the state’s lobbying laws so any potential violations can be effectively investigated and fairly prosecuted …
At stake, some 80 depositions taken over the last several years that have remained under court-ordered seal.
Rhode Island’s economic development agency is asking a judge to unseal filings because those involved have asked for a ruling on whether man…
Rhode Island taxpayers have made another multimillion-dollar payment to investors who bought debt used by Curt Schilling’s company.
The lawyer for the former Economic Development Corp., said in a motion that there’s a public interest in unsealing the documents.
An “array of economic and fiscal challenges” have created “chronic problems” for Rhode Island, argues a California investment company.
The auction included items such as computers, electronics, and surveillance and office equipment.
The remaining items left behind from Curt Schilling’s defunct video game company will be auctioned off next Wednesday in Warwick.
Items will be auctioned off March 25 at the Sheraton Conference Center in Warwick, located at 1850 Post Road.