BP is refusing to pay a $130.3-million bill for the Deepwater Horizon Claims Center’s operations, and a U.S. magistrate judge wants to know why. The Deepwater Horizon settlement fund, which pays claims to individuals and businesses harmed by BP’s 2010 Gulf oil spill, forwarded a letter it received from BP that said the oil giant would not make the third-quarter advance payment to operate the claims center. BP said that the bill would go unpaid until it is satisfied that fund administrators are paying claims properly. The problem is that the claims are being paid on terms that BP designed, ... Read More
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