Philly Inquirer Publisher Can Keep His Job, Judge Rules

Law360, Philadelphia (November 14, 2013, 7:30 PM ET) -- The Pennsylvania state judge presiding over a dispute between warring owners of The Philadelphia Inquirer’s parent company denied an injunction Thursday aimed at removing the paper’s publisher but said she would reserve judgment on whether the October firing of the editor-in-chief violated the company’s management agreement.

Judge Patricia McInerney in the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas rejected the preliminary injunction after a day of testimony from Interstate General Media LLC co-owner Lewis Katz alleging that his business partner unilaterally extended the terms of publisher Robert...
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