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Bay Guardian allowed to intercept rival's income

Bruce Brugmann’s Bay Guardian has been granted court permission to intercept the income of the rival SF Weekly in an attempt to collect on a $21 million judgment. The move may force a creditor of the SF Weekly’s parent company to place the Arizona-based 16-paper chain in default. Brugmann (right) is exploring the possibility of placing the chain into involuntary bankruptcy.

The San Francisco Superior Case number is CGC-04-435584.

The following is from the Guardian’s report on the case:

The SF Weekly typically posts its version of developments in this court case but has not yet reported on Monday’s hearing.

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