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Aldon James Agrees to Pay $900K to National Arts Club in Settlement Deal

The deal with the Attorney General's office settles a $1.75M lawsuit over James' club mismanagement.

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Aldon James Sues Hardware Store for Changing National Arts Club Locks

James sued Warshaw Hardware for $10 million after it changed the locks to his apartments.

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National Arts Club's Expulsion of Aldon James Stands Again, For Now

With an appeal pending, an appellate court issued a stay on a ruling that overturned Aldon James' ouster.

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Judge Reverses National Arts Club Expulsion of Aldon James

Disqualifying the National Arts Club board's expulsion of Aldon James, a judge calls for an arbiter.

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Aldon James Believes he Will Be 'Validated' at National Arts Club Hearing

Aldon James told National Arts Club members he'll be "validated," as he gears up for the Jan. 23 hearing.

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Aldon James Owes National Arts Club $3M, Lawsuit Says

Aldon James owes the National Arts Club millions, according to a countersuit the club filed Wednesday.

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Aldon James to Face National Arts Club's Board After Court Setback

O. Aldon James will face the National Arts Club board on Jan. 23 in a hearing debating his eviction.

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National Arts Club Board Declines Judge's Offer to End Legal War

The National Arts Club's board opted to pass on a deal offered last week by a Manhattan Supreme Court that would have put an end to the litigation with former president O. Aldon James in exchange for letting him keep his apartment and potentially run for president again.

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Judge Offers Deal to End National Arts Club's Legal Battle

The legal war between the National Arts Club and its former president O. Aldon James could end as soon as next week if both parties agree to terms set forth by a judge on Wednesday.

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Legal Fees Mount as Eviction Battle Continues at National Arts Club

The National Arts Club has spent more than $500,000 in legal fees since the investigations began.

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National Arts Club Legal Battles Cost $500K So Far This Year

The legal battle between National Arts Club former president O. Aldon James and members of the new board looks destined to rage on after both sides indicated they're not backing down.

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Aldon James Vows to Take Back National Arts Club

O. Aldon James, former president of the National Arts Club, won a reprieve from a Manhattan Supreme Court Judge on Tuesday, delaying hearings on his possible eviction.

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