When a federal judge handed down a $28 million verdict in August in a trio of lawsuits stemming from Tropical Storm Allison’s flooding of several corporate offices, the court battle was hardly over.

Soon after the verdict, a dispute erupted over how the court should treat the $20 million in settlements that were reached with two defendants — one before trial began and a second reached during the interim between the liability and penalty phases of the trial.

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