Law Firm Wants Dolan Co. Stay Lifted To Pursue $27M Claim

By Dan Ivers (May 6, 2014, 1:57 PM EDT) -- A Georgia-based law firm asked a Delaware bankruptcy court on Monday to lift an automatic stay in the Dolan Co.'s Chapter 11 case so that it can pursue a $27 million claim against a software company it says erased its files.

Albertelli Law, a solo practice run by attorney James E. Albertelli, alleges that Dolan subsidiary NDeX violated its contract when it wiped the server where the firm stored 275,308 files of client information. It claims it is owed a total of $27,530,800 for lost productivity technical services it purchased in order to recover and the data, and that it continues...

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