JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — A law firm here has filed suit here on behalf of Winn-Dixie shareholders it says would be getting less than the company is worth in its recently announced deal with Bi-Lo. The suit names an individual shareholder “and others similarly situated” as plaintiffs and Winn-Dixie; its chairman and chief executive officer, Peter Lynch; and eight other Winn-Dixie board members as defendants. It also named Opal Holdings, Bi-Lo’s holding company for the ...

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