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CELTICS HAVEN'T CLOSED DOOR ON LAWSUIT AGAINST JOURNAL
Published April 14, 1995
It has been five weeks since Celtics Chair Paul Gaston threatened to sue the Wall Street Journal for $100M over the original Reggie Lewis story, and while the suit is yet to be filed, Celtics Exec VP Jan Volk said that the situation is "unchanged." The BOSTON GLOBE's Peter May infers that means the team's lawyers at Boston's Hale & Dorr "are still studying whether it's feasible to sue the newspaper." Volk: "It is still being investigated" (BOSTON GLOBE, 4/14).