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Fed Grapples With Extended Stay
The Wall Street Journal
At the same time, the small group of investors that supported the deal agreed to shield Mr. Lichtenstein from the "bad-boy" provision. That deal "must be investigated in order to preserve the integrity of the Chapter 11 process," said Stephen Meister, an attorney at Meister Seelig & Fein LLP, who represents two junior creditors who filed a lawsuit.

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Attorneys Mentioned: Stephen B. Meister

"My clients intend to get a court order restraining the lenders from seeking to take over the property," said Stephen Meister, an attorney at Meister Seelig & Fein LLP, who represents the duo mezzanine investors.

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Attorneys Mentioned: Stephen B. Meister

Behind a Bankruptcy Brouhaha
The Wall Street Journal
David Lichtenstein is facing challenges to the plan that took his Extended Stay Hotels chain into bankruptcy protection. At stake for the real-estate investor: Whether the filing could trigger $100 million of personal liability that he has tried to avoid.

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