DALLAS -- Fleming here is scheduled to take the next step toward its complete rebirth today when attorneys on both sides of the case ask a U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge to approve the company's reorganization plan. "There are a number of objections filed to the plan, but we're hopeful that a number of those will be resolved prior to the confirmation hearing on the 26th," said James Sprayregen of Kirkland & Ellis, Chicago, which is representing Fleming in the case. Fleming was one of the ...
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