Duke University and an insurance company (an affiliate of AIG) have settled a lawsuit over costs related to the lacrosse scandal, The News & Observer reported. Details of the settlement were not released, but the dispute between Duke and the company focused in part on confidential settlements the university reached with some lacrosse players and questions of whether the company had enough information to reimburse Duke.
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