Philly Inquirer Owners Seek Public Auction Of Parent Co.

Law360, New York (January 17, 2014, 3:16 PM EST) -- A faction of the owners of the Philadelphia Inquirer's parent company urged a Pennsylvania state court to exercise its authority to appoint a trustee to oversee a public sale of the company's assets, as the warring ownership continue to battle over how to dissolve the partnership.

Intertrust GCN LP, which is one of two managing members of the Inquirer's parent company Interstate General Media LLC, filed a brief in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas urging the court to back its Jan. 2 petition calling for...
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