BOSTON -- Lawyers for the man who lost control of Demoulas Supermarkets this year after a lengthy and complex legal battle are now questioning the judge's impartiality in the case. Lawyers for defendant Telemachus (Mike) Demoulas say the judge who awarded control of the Tewksbury, Mass., chain to the family of Demoulas' late brother, George, engaged in ex parte communications -- improper, extrajudicial contact -- with the opposing counsel. Witnesses interviewed by a private investigator ...

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