Hawaiian Airlines Trustee Joshua Gotbaum on Friday filed a lawsuit against Hawaiian's former Chairman and CEO John Adams, his investment groups and the airline's parent company, Hawaiian Holdings, seeking to recover $28 million paid to Adams and other shareholders and insiders. The bankruptcy court overseeing the airline's reorganization based its earlier decision to appoint a trustee in part on a series of payments made to Adams, his investment group and other shareholders. These ...
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