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Jewish Times publisher wins appellate round

An appeals court has turned aside an attempt by printing company H.G. Roebuck & Son Inc. to increase the damage award it won a suit against the publisher of the Baltimore Jewish Times. The Maryland Court of Special Appeals affirmed ...

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Auction date proposed for Jewish Times publisher

After 93 years in the hands of the same family, the Baltimore Jewish Times could go to auction next week under a proposal filed Wednesday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court. Zvi Guttman, newly appointed trustee for publisher Alter Communications Inc., entered ...

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Bankruptcy judge appoints trustee for Jewish Times

After nixing a last-minute, hurried sale and acknowledging there appeared little hope of a mutually-agreed upon plan, a federal judge on Friday appointed a trustee to run Alter Communications Inc., publisher of the Baltimore Jewish Times. U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge ...

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Judge’s approval keeps Dodgers bankruptcy case on track

WILMINGTON, Del. — A bankruptcy judge has approved the disclosure statement outlining the Los Angeles Dodgers’ proposed bankruptcy reorganization plan. The judge’s approval came following a hearing in Delaware on Wednesday. The only creditor allowed to vote on the plan ...

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Judge approves WaMu bankruptcy plan

WILMINGTON, Del. — After a long and contentious legal battle and more than three years in bankruptcy, Washington Mutual Inc. on Friday finally won court approval of a reorganization plan. “It took three and a half years, but I think ...

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Washington Mutual settles with dissident creditor group

WILMINGTON, Del. — Washington Mutual Inc. has reached an agreement with dissident creditors that could pave the way for approval of its latest bankruptcy reorganization plan. A hearing in WaMu’s bankruptcy was delayed several hours Thursday as attorneys hammered out ...

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