Club Founder's Claims Are Attack On Ch. 11 Plan, Attys Say

Law360, New York (April 12, 2012, 7:30 PM EDT) -- Court-appointed attorneys in Yellowstone Mountain Club LLC's bankruptcy on Wednesday blasted co-founder Timothy Blixseth's request for leave to sue his former attorney for breaching privilege and malpractice, saying litigation that could implicate them should not be heard in district court.

The attorneys also argued that the request is simply an effort to collaterally attack confirmation of a reorganization plan by lifting the bankruptcy stay and trying the matter in federal district court.

According to the motion, the case cannot be brought in district court because the...
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