Hamptons Online sues former publisher, seeking millions in damages - 27 East


Hamptons Online sues former publisher, seeking millions in damages

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By Brendan O’Reilly on May 11, 2010
Southampton-based Hamptons Online has filed a multimillion-dollar federal lawsuit against the former publisher of its website, Hamptons.com, which until last year was the region’s most visited internet destination. Among other... more

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