An attempt by discount airline AirTran to use a provision of New York’s Business Corporation Law to force a rival airline it is trying to buy to produce its shareholder records has been rebuffed by a New York Supreme Court judge.

AirTran argued that Wisconsin-based Midwest Air Group was directly doing business in New York through its principal subsidiary Midwest Airlines, and therefore that the state’s Business Corporation Law (BCL) should apply.

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