A motion for summary judgment in an acquisition dispute involving Seessel Holdings, Memphis, Tenn.; Fleming Cos., Oklahoma City, and Bruno's, Birmingham, Ala., will be heard Oct. 31 in U.S. District Court, Memphis, a federal judge ruled last week. The motion, made by Fleming, stems from a suit Seessel filed this summer because it was uncertain whether Fleming or Bruno's had the right to buy the 10-store chain. iness functions into its U.S. headquarters this month, including financial, ...

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