Philly Inquirer Ownership Feud Belongs In Del., Judge Told

Law360, Philadelphia (October 28, 2013, 3:37 PM EDT) -- An attorney for one of two warring factions of the Philadelphia Inquirer's ownership group told a Pennsylvania state judge Monday that a lawsuit challenging the firing of the paper's top editor was a dispute over internal affairs that mandated transferring the case to Delaware where the company is incorporated.

Robert Heim, an attorney with Dechert LLP representing one faction of Interstate General Media LLC's ownership group, argued that the so-called internal affairs doctrine required a Philadelphia County judge to transfer a lawsuit claiming that the firing...
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