Bankruptcy Judge Rules for Musicians in Louisville

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In the dispute between Louisville Orchestra Inc. and its musicians, bankruptcy judge David Stosberg has ruled in favor of the musicians and denied the Orchestra’s request to suspend its collective agreement with its musicians for 120 days. The ruling is not appealable. The suspension was to have taken place retroactive from December 15. The suspension would also entail canceling the orchestra’s remaining performances this season except for April and May’s performances.

The Louisville Orchestra Inc. is currently under bankruptcy protection, having filed for Chapter 11 reorganization bankruptcy on December 3 last year.

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