RICHMOND, Va. -- The owner of Marketplace Holdings, a four-unit supermarket operator here, has filed a $25.35 million personal-injury lawsuit against Supervalu, Minneapolis, alleging that the supplier's actions toward his company have caused him to develop health problems. Johnny Johnson, who operates the Community Pride stores specializing in urban retailing, has retained celebrity lawyer Johnnie L. Cochran of the O.J. Simpson murder trial to pursue the case. The suit reportedly alleges ...

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