WSJ: Ex-Kodak Employees Blast Bonus Plan

Former Kodak employees who fear for their pensions and other benefits are urging a bankruptcy judge to think of them and not rubber-stamp $8.8 million in executive bonuses.

In letters filed to Kodakís bankruptcy docket Wednesday, Richard Pignataro and Cecil D. Quillen Jr. said itís not fair for Kodak to reward executives while they and other former Kodak workers face the risk that the company could seek to trim or modify their benefits.
I hope the judge adjudicates fairly. Of course, true fairness in this instance would mean that the executive's pay would be docked, as in a "claw-back," but justice has a nasty tendency to be only found in fantasy land.