February 2003
Inc.;Feb2003, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p27
Presents the views of several persons who are knowledgeable in bankruptcy about the necessity for the Terion company to file for bankruptcy. Robert Hartnet's, chief executive officer of Houlihan's Restaurant Group, analysis of Terion that makes its proper for the company to file for bankruptcy; Views of John Beiter, a former bankruptcy lawyer; Idea of Kenneth E. Klee, a law professor.


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