The latest legal battle for America Online involves Ben Ezra Weinstein and Co in the US, which is seeking an undisclosed sum from the online service for "AOL's failure to correct erroneous stock quotations".
The suit was filed in the District Court of Bernalillo County last week and could cost AOL millions of dollars if it is found guilty.
US reports quote a Weinstein spokesperson as saying: "We made repeated efforts to have America Online stop reporting lower than actual price quotes and higher than actual volume of its stock."
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