Corus Bankshares emerged from bankruptcy last year, as a New York-based hedge fund manager who acquired a slug of Corus-issued trust-preferred securities won creditor approval for a plan that permits the company to pursue a court case against the FDIC laying claim to more than $200 million in tax benefits left by Corus. The bankruptcy trustee's claim against Mr. Glickman would benefit the same creditor group. Read more: http://www.chicagobusiness.com/article/20121215/ISSUE01/312159981/in-wake-of-corus-bank-collapse-bankruptcy-trustee-targets-ex-ceos-fortune#ixzz2FKTo91Xo Stay on top of Chicago business with our free daily e-newsletters

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