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GLO aircraft at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport.

A bankruptcy judge has held the chief executive officer of defunct regional airline FlyGLO LLC in contempt, finding that the executive, a son of a prominent Louisiana-based trial lawyer involved in the BP oil spill litigation, hampered an aircraft company’s efforts to reclaim planes that it had leased to the airline.

Scott Flaherty

Scott Flaherty, based in New York, covers the business of law with a focus on legal ethics, lawyer misconduct, conflicts-of-interest and litigation involving law firms. He can be reached at sflaherty@alm.com. On Twitter: @sflaherty18

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