MONTVALE, N.J. — The former A&P employees whose parody music video shot at a store got them fired and later sued are close to settling the case with the retailer here, according to one of the defendants. Matt D’Avella, one of the two brothers fired by A&P over the summer, on a blog posting last week said talks between the parties have resumed and “a settlement looks promising.” Earlier this month, D’Avella said A&P rejected a settlement that included the brothers removing the ...

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