Douglas Baird

Professor of Law, University of Chicago Law School

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Professor of Law, specializing in corporate reorganization, at the University of Chicago Law School

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Bankruptcy negotiations are under way between creditors of the  Tribune Company , which owns the  Los Angeles Times .  The result may well be that the current manager, billionaire Sam…

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