The examiner’s report in the Tribune Co. bankruptcy, made public in full Tuesday, is cause for some relief over at Brown Rudnick. The examiner’s team concluded that Brown Rudnick did not intentionally or recklessly violate a confidentiality order by failing to properly redact information from a key complaint in the case. The examiner also concluded that Brown Rudnick had the right to file that complaint and did not violate a court order in doing so.

The firm, which is representing a trustee for certain creditors in the Tribune bankruptcy, appears likely to escape the most serious possible sanctions, though it might have to pay attorney fees to JPMorgan Chase.

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