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A federal judge Tuesday approved five identical motions filed by the trustee in the nearly three-year-old bankruptcy case involving Capitol Films, ThinkFilm and three other now defunct movie companies — despite vehement opposition from David Bergstein and Ronald Tutor, who formerly owned those entities. The motions represent an agreement between trustee Ronald Durkin and David Molner, a hedge fund manager who represents a group of creditors that includes the Aramid Entertainment Fund, Molner’s Screen Capital International and two law firms who represent them. The ruling allows Aramid to “step into the shoes” of the trustee to sue insiders

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