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Mediation Ordered in WaMu Bankruptcy

A judge in the Delaware area has reportedly ordered broad mediation in regard to Washington Mutual's bankruptcy situation. According to reports, the judge refused to allow the company to proceed with reorganization without first engaging in mediation with various creditor groups. This is the second time that a reorganization plan has been rejected by a judge.

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