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Zell attorney objects to Tribune bankruptcy plans

WILMINGTON, Del. — An attorney for billionaire developer Sam Zell, who engineered a buyout that left Tribune Co. saddled with debt, says proposals to reorganize the media company’s finances aren’t fair to his client. Attorney David Bradford says the proposals ...

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Hearing resumes on Tribune reorganization plans

WILMINGTON, Del. — A Delaware bankruptcy judge has resumed a hearing to determine whether he should approve Tribune Co.’s proposed reorganization plan. Tribune owns the Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, other newspapers and several radio and TV stations. It sought ...

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Attorneys argue merits of Tribune reorganization plans

WILMINGTON, Del.— Attorneys for Tribune Co. and a rival group of creditors argued the merits of their competing reorganization plans for the media conglomerate Monday before a Delaware bankruptcy judge who must decide whether either one passes muster. Judge Kevin ...

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Electricite de France officials meet with O’Malley on nuke plant

ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Martin O’Malley met again with officials of French utility Electricite de France SA over stalled plans for a third reactor at the Calvert Cliffs nuclear power plant in southern Maryland. Constellation Energy Group Inc. announced last year ...

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Law blog roundup: Ben Matlock offers the best defense

Still wish you were on vacation? Most of your co-workers out for week? Here’s some “work” you can do to pass the time: The strange (and sad) story of Ravens rookie Sergio Kindle takes another wrong turn. Morris L. Cohen, ...

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Taking on Big Medicine and U.S. health care with heart

The Sun’s Jay Hancock got well-deserved props in the Twitterverse Tuesday for his column on the latest in the St. Joseph Medical Center stent investigation (including praise from an old Daily Record/Maryland Business friend now at the Wall Street Journal). ...

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