When Tribal Gaming Goes Sour

Law360, New York (August 11, 2011, 4:42 PM EDT) -- Although the steep downturn in the U.S. gaming industry that began in 2008 appears to be easing for the time being, many mid-market gaming companies are still encountering difficulties servicing their debt as consumer spending slowly creeps back. In 2009, the Restructuring Review ran a two-part series on the strategies available to gaming companies seeking to restructure their debts and the challenges facing creditors who must choose between writing down their investments or attempting to foreclose on their collateral. This article examines additional and unique challenges...
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