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Topic - Paul Rosen
Nero's attorney, Paul Rosen, said after a bankruptcy court hearing in April that his client and the Pops were being treated like "an orphan stepchild."
Rosen said the negotiation process had been contentious at times but it was disrespectful to exclude Nero, who wanted to make clear to the city and his fans that his absence was not a slight on his part.