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Brian McGrory

Squeezed by Back Bay tycoon, aging professor may yet prevail

Jerome and Bernadette Wodinsky stood outside their home on Commonwealth Avenue. (Yoon S. Byun/Globe staff) Jerome and Bernadette Wodinsky stood outside their home on Commonwealth Avenue.
By Brian McGrory
Globe Columnist / January 13, 2010

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When will Michael Kettenbach and Gary Crossen ever learn? Last we saw Kettenbach, one of the more prominent in-laws in the feuding Demoulas family, he was on the losing end of a string of rulings in the fight over control of the $1 billion-plus supermarket fortune. At the same time, Crossen, one of his lawyers, was stripped of his law ... (Full article: 1322 words)

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