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Three contractors have asked a Delaware Bankruptcy Judge to put Tough Mudder, LLC into Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Tough Mudder is known for organizing notoriously difficult obstacle courses that have attracted athletes in search of alternatives to traditional road races. T...

Jia Yueting, founder and former CEO of Faraday Future has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in Delaware to “address his personal debts in China,” according to a statement provided by the company on October 13, 2019. The Los Angeles-based company, which is focused on the...

On September 19, 2019, a bill was introduced in the House of Representatives to amend Title 28 of the United States Code, to modify venue requirements relating to bankruptcy proceedings. This bill, introduced by a bipartisan group of House lawmakers, aims to shift the...

During the last 12 months, the retail sector has already seen bankruptcy filings spike, with major retailers in a variety of sub-sectors filing for liquidation, including Sears, Gymboree, and Payless. Bloomberg has reported the women’s fashion retailer Forever 21 is pr...

On August 23, four new bankruptcy bills were signed into law by President Trump.

In the online shopping world, subscription box services have exploded in popularity selling everything from personalized toys and treats for the family pet to coordinated outfits for people who want fashion assistance without the face-to-face interaction with another h...

Cloud Peak Energy, one of the United States’ coal giants, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy after quarterly financial filings revealed major losses in the first quarter. However, after this news was made public, financial analysts revealed the energy company has been sli...

A Colorado bankruptcy court judge threw out two debtors’ chapter 11 cases because of marijuana connections; the debtors manufacture gardening equipment.  The judge relied upon §843(a)(7) of the Controlled Substances Act which makes it a crime to sell equipment “knowing...

What are the responsibilities of a non-profit corporation and its directors once it enters chapter 11? Curran Antonelli, LLP attorney Zachary J. Gregoricus analyzes the duties of a not-for-profit debtor under state law and the Bankruptcy Code when reorganizing under Ch...

On June 2, 2017, the First Circuit Court of Appeals issued a decision in Gupta v. Quincy Med. Ctr., No. 15-1183, 2017 WL 2389407 (1st Cir. June 2, 2017), concerning the scope of a bankruptcy court’s subject matter jurisdiction. The Court’s opinion reminded litigants th...

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