Creditors Seek To Force Tough Mudder Into Bankruptcy

Law360 (January 7, 2020, 9:04 PM EST) -- A trio of contractors on Tuesday asked a Delaware bankruptcy judge to put Tough Mudder LLC into Chapter 11, saying the company is in danger of complete collapse and that they could lose the $850,000 they say they're owed for work on its obstacle courses.

In a motion asking to start an involuntary Chapter 11 case and appoint a trustee to oversee the company, the three construction companies — Pennsylvania-based Valley Builders and Trademarc and Indiana-based David Watkins Homes — said Tough Mudder has stopped responding to their attempts to collect and that to their understanding the organization has missed payroll...

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