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SVB Ch. 11 Shows Importance Of Filing Proof Of Claim Early

After a New York bankruptcy court’s recent ruling in SVB’s Chapter 11 case denied late claims filing requests rela... (more story)

High Court Made Profound Mistake In Tossing Purdue Deal

The U.S. Supreme Court's recent decision to throw out Purdue Pharma's Chapter 11 plan jeopardizes a multistate agr... (more story)

What FTX Case Taught Us About Digital Asset Recoverability

FTX's Chapter 11 plan has drawn lots of attention, but the focus should be on the anticipated outcome for investor... (more story)

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SVB Postpones Ch. 11 Plan Hearing To Wednesday

The former parent of the failed Silicon Valley Bank has postponed the start of the New York bankruptcy court hearing on its Chapter 11 plan until Wednesday morning.

Judge Dubious Of NY Diocese's Ch. 11 Plan Post-Purdue

A New York bankruptcy judge said Friday he was skeptical of a creditor noticing procedure meant to head off confirmation issues for the already voted on Chapter 11 plan of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Rochest... (more story)

Guo Trustee Reboots Civil RICO Case After NY Conviction

The Chapter 11 trustee overseeing the Connecticut bankruptcy of Chinese exile Miles Guo has filed a notice that lifts a March stay on civil RICO and alter ego claims after the debtor's criminal conviction this... (more story)

Dentons Hires Foley & Lardner Bankruptcy Partner

Dentons said Friday it has hired a bankruptcy partner in Chicago who spent the past 25 years at Foley & Lardner LLP.

8th Circ. Blocks Another Biden Student Debt Relief Plan

The Eighth Circuit has blocked the Biden administration from implementing another plan for student loan forgiveness while the appellate court considers a Missouri-led state alliance's injunction request, accor... (more story)

5th Circ. Lifts Civil Rights Suit Stay In La. Diocese Case

The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a Louisiana bankruptcy court's decision applying the automatic stay of litigation to a group of children suing the bankrupt Archdiocese of New Orleans, saying the la... (more story)

Judge 'Disappointed' By Atty Prep In SVB Financial Ch. 11 Tiff

A New York bankruptcy judge said he wasn't prepared to decide if joint liquidators of Silicon Valley Bank's Cayman Islands arm have standing to bring a $476 million claim in the Chapter 11 of the bank's former... (more story)

Prison Health Co. Strikes $75M Deal With Tehum Creditors

Prison health provider YesCare Corp. says it has reached a $75 million settlement of claims against bankrupt spin-off Tehum Care Services, replacing a $54 million deal rejected by a Texas bankruptcy judge in April.

6 Firms Steer Latin American Airline Giant's $533M IPO Plans

Latam Airlines Group SA on Thursday outlined plans for an estimated $533 million U.S. initial public offering, guided by six law firms, marking a return to U.S. markets two years after the South American airli... (more story)

Judge Won't Pause Sanctions In Byju's Ch. 11

A Delaware district court Thursday ruled hedge fund Camshaft Capital Fund LP cannot hold off a contempt order from a Delaware bankruptcy court in the Chapter 11 case of Byju's Alpha while it appeals the sancti... (more story)

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Mercon Coffee Can't Grant Insider Releases, Judge Rules

A New York bankruptcy judge has ruled that coffee supplier Mercon Coffee Group can't reward corporate insiders who stuck with the company through its Chapter 11 case with a release from future litigation.

Real Estate Recap: CMBS, Phoenix Evictions, Summer Break?

Catch up on this past week's key developments by state from Law360 Real Estate Authority — including trends in multifamily commercial mortgage-backed securities, a study of corporate landlord evictions in Phoe... (more story)

Tender Greens And Tocaya Get Interim OK For Ch. 11 Loan

One Table Restaurant Brands LLC, the Los Angeles-based casual restaurant chain that operates Tender Greens and Mexican eatery Tocaya, received interim approval Friday to access $1.7 million of a $3 million deb... (more story)

Coach USA Reaches Deal On DIP Loan, Ch. 11 Sale Process

Bankrupt bus transportation company Coach USA told a Delaware judge Friday that it had reached agreement with its lenders, unsecured creditors and a stalking horse bidder that allowed the company to finalize a... (more story)

Ex-Pharma Sales Exec Denies Fake Prescription Scheme

The former vice president of sales for pharmaceutical company U.S. Compounding Inc. pled not guilty in Manhattan federal court Friday to forging fake horse drug prescriptions in order to juice revenues.

Judge Will OK Biotech Co.'s Final DIP Loan

A Delaware bankruptcy judge said Friday she would grant Solar Biotech permission to borrow a final $2.3 million debtor-in-possession loan in its Chapter 11 case, under terms worked out through additional negot... (more story)

Jury Finds Gibson The Rightful Owner Of Liberace Piano

A Boston federal jury on Friday affirmed Gibson Guitars' right to have Liberace's bedazzled 9-foot-long grand piano returned to it from a Massachusetts piano store to which it loaned the entertainer's iconic i... (more story)

Staveley Drops Fight Over £3.4M Payment In Loan Dispute

A London judge ended Newcastle United co-owner Amanda Staveley's legal battle over a debt to a Greek shipping magnate after her lawyers said Friday that she had made the over £3.4 million ($4.4 million) paymen... (more story)

UK Litigation Roundup: Here's What You Missed In London

This past week in London has seen a libel clash between comedian Paul Currie and the Soho Theatre Company over allegations of anti-semitism, technology giant Huawei face a patents claim by Mediatek, Westfield ... (more story)

Atty Says Golf Malpractice Row Already Ran Its Course

An attorney seeking summary judgment in a legal malpractice suit told a New York federal judge that, five years and three courts later, the owners of the Foothills Club West Golf Court have still failed to pro... (more story)