The reorganization of Pittsburgh’s ailing professional hockey franchiseis spotlighting a fledgling effort to use mediation more often inresolving bankruptcy disputes.
U.S. Bankruptcy Court President Judge Bernard Markovitz Sept. 3approved hockey great Mario Lemieux’s bid to buy the ailing Penguins.The deal was valued at $95 million.
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