Petters case: Court order halting suits on Polaroid is challenged

  • Article by: JENNIFER BJORHUS , Star Tribune
  • Updated: December 5, 2008 - 10:27 PM

The government wants lawyers to keep their hands off Polaroid while it determines whether the firm was "propped up by fraud."

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captnobviousDec. 5, 0810:53 PM

He should have been ranting on here an hour ago about how poorly this is being handled. And of course a link to his aweful web site.

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ARNOLDHILLMADec. 6, 08 7:09 AM

Doug Kelley is an outstanding respected attorney of integrity who if left alone will have the assets and alignment in order reasonably soon if creditors stop distracting his efforts to get his arms around the mess. It will be equitable when done!

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runotkiddingDec. 6, 0811:08 AM

The receiveship was a bad idea for this situation to start with. Doug Kelly is also the worng guy to be a recevier. He has no meaningful business experience.

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captnobviousDec. 6, 08 3:03 PM

You're ruining our fun by removing my offensive posts. And when I say our fun I mean my fun.

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egadsitsmeDec. 7, 08 9:25 AM

Arnold Hillman, Arbitrator Harrisburg, PA FEE FOR ARBITRATION SERVICES: $600.00 RECENT PUBLIC SECTOR CASES IN WHICH YOU WERE THE NEUTRAL ARBITRATOR: Pennsylvania: Exeter School District; Franklin County; York Prison; Halifax School District; Pequea Valley School District

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