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US Court of Appeals deals blow to artist's fight against Fidelity

By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / August 24, 2006

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David Phillips , the artist who dared to fight Fidelity Investments, has been dealt a legal setback that could end his case against the company. The US Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday that Fidelity can remove Phillips's work from a South Boston sculpture park that the company paid him to create in 1999. (Full article: 533 words)

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