Philly Inquirer Owner Says He's Being Shut Out Of Business

Law360, Philadelphia (October 21, 2013, 2:01 PM EDT) -- A third front opened Friday in the civil war between the owners of The Philadelphia Inquirer’s parent company as minority shareholder Lewis Katz filed a new complaint in state court alleging that his partners were trying to squeeze him out of business decisions, in violation of a management agreement.

Lewis Katz, who filed the suit alongside fellow shareholder H.F. “Gerry” Lenfest, asked a Philadelphia County judge to invalidate several resolutions that were passed during a hastily arranged meeting of Interstate General Media LLC’s board of directors...
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