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How Associates Can Build A Professional Image

As hybrid work arrangements become the norm in the legal industry, early-career attorneys must be proactive in bui... (more story)

Yellow Corp. Lease Assumption Shows Landlord Protections

Yellow Corp.’s recent filing of a motion to assume unexpired leases is a helpful reminder to practitioners to main... (more story)

Insurers Have A Ch. 11 Voice Following High Court Ruling

The U.S. Supreme Court's recent ruling in Truck Insurance Exchange v. Kaiser Gypsum — which reaffirmed a broad def... (more story)

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Noteholder Deal Spares Telecom WOM From Ch. 11 Dismissal

Chilean telecommunications company WOM told Delaware's bankruptcy court it reached a deal with a group of noteholders and the unsecured creditors committee to resolve their bid to dismiss the debtor's bankruptcy case. 

Bankruptcy Vet Joins Saxton & Stump As Practice Chair

Saxton & Stump LLC announced Tuesday that an attorney with over 35 years of experience working with banks and other corporate entities has become a shareholder and chair of the firm's bankruptcy and financial ... (more story)

Lowenstein Sandler Picks Up Kilpatrick Bankruptcy Duo

Lowenstein Sandler LLP built out its bankruptcy department on Tuesday by bringing on two attorneys from Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP, one of them Kilpatrick's former bankruptcy co-head and both with year... (more story)

Bed Bath & Beyond Estate Rips Investor's 'Frivolous' Filing

The Chapter 11 plan administrator for Bed Bath & Beyond urged a New Jersey bankruptcy judge to reject an unidentified former shareholder's bid to appoint an equity committee in the case, calling the motion "fr... (more story)

Troutman Pepper Gets Restructuring Pro From Sidley Austin

Troutman Pepper Hamilton Sanders LLP has hired a seasoned attorney for its finance and restructuring practice who previously worked at Sidley Austin LLP for more than 20 years.

What To Expect At FTX's Ch. 11 Plan Disclosures Hearing

Bankrupt cryptocurrency exchange FTX trading Ltd. faces a slew of objections to the disclosure statement for its Chapter 11 reorganization plan as it heads into Delaware bankruptcy court Tuesday seeking approv... (more story)

2nd Circ. Reverses $19M Sanctions Over Charter Ads

The Second Circuit Monday found a New York bankruptcy judge had wrongfully levied more than $19 million in sanctions on Charter Communications for an advertising campaign targeting a bankrupt telecom rival, sa... (more story)

LifeWallet Calls Cano Health's Ch. 11 Plan Unconfirmable

Claim reimbursement company LifeWallet has told Delaware's bankruptcy court that primary healthcare group Cano Health's proposed Chapter 11 plan would hinder its legal defenses and setoff claims, arguing the p... (more story)

McDermott Investors See Partial Cert. In $6B CB&I Deal Suit

Investors in energy industry engineering company McDermott International Inc. saw part of their proposed investor class certified as a lead plaintiff is sought for a second subclass in litigation over the comp... (more story)

Rite Aid Ch. 11 Plan Hearing Set Over Insurer Opposition

A New Jersey bankruptcy judge kept the Chapter 11 plan confirmation hearing of drugstore chain Rite Aid Corp. on track Monday, denying a request from the debtor's insurers to delay the proceedings to allow for... (more story)

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AI Video Startup StoryFile Gets OK For Ch. 11 Loan

Artificial intelligence video company StoryFile on Tuesday got final approval from a New York bankruptcy judge to take out a $900,000 loan to fund its bankruptcy case.

Justices End Irish Landowner's Fight Against $23M Clawback

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear a challenge by Irish businessman Sean Dunne and his ex-wife Gayle Killilea to a Chapter 7 trustee's roughly $23 million avoidance action win, leaving intact a ... (more story)

Alex Jones Trustee Asks To Halt Actions Against Media Co.

The trustee in Alex Jones' Chapter 7 liquidation urged a Texas bankruptcy court to broaden that case's litigation freeze to cover the company that runs Jones' online show, arguing that doing so would help him ... (more story)

Cannabis Biz Greenrose Files $6.5M Ch. 7 In New York

The Greenrose Holding Co. Inc., a cultivator and distributor of cannabis products, filed for Chapter 7 in a New York bankruptcy court, claiming over $6.5 million in liabilities it seeks to address through liquidation.

Texas Trucking Co. Files Ch. 7 With Over $100M In Debt

Transportation company U.S. Logistics Solutions Inc. entered Chapter 7 in a Texas bankruptcy court, dragging over $100 million in liabilities it will seek to address through liquidation.

Catching Up With Delaware's Chancery Court

Amendments to Delaware's General Corporation Law topped the news out of the Court of Chancery again last week, as the hotly contested measure sailed through the state's legislature. Tesla and its shareholders ... (more story)

Biotech Co. Hits Ch. 11 With Plans For Sale And 'Reboot'

Virginia-based synthetic biology products maker Solar Biotech Inc. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in Delaware with plans to sell its assets, saying a difficult capital market, the loss of a major client and t... (more story)

Justices Send 3 US Trustee Fee Cases Back To Lower Courts

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday vacated three appellate court decisions ordering refunds to debtors who had overpaid U.S. Trustee's Office fees under a previous fee structure and remanded the cases for furthe... (more story)

Justices To Review If Ch. 7 Trustee Can Recover Tax Payments

The U.S. Supreme Court said Monday it would review a Tenth Circuit decision that found that the Chapter 7 bankruptcy trustee of a defunct Utah company could recover $145,000 in tax payments from the IRS.

After Surfside Collapse, Safety Reform And A 'Condo Crisis'

In the three years since 98 lives were lost in the partial collapse of the Champlain Towers South condominium in Surfside, Florida, several states have worked on legislation to address building safety. But the... (more story)