Free Speech Systems LLC

  1. November 15, 2022

    US Trustee Says Rejected Alex Jones Attys Can't Get Fees

    The U.S. Trustee's Office and others on Monday asked a Texas bankruptcy judge to turn down a request for more than $667,000 in fees by the rejected bankruptcy counsel and restructuring adviser for Alex Jones' podcast network Free Speech Systems.

  2. October 07, 2022

    BakerHostetler Accused Of Fraud, Jones Asks For New Hire

    Alliance Health's liquidating trustee alleges a law firm helped a $100 million fraud scheme, the Alex Jones-controlled Free Speech Systems needs a new leader, and satellite operator Intelsat SA escapes from a $400 million contract dispute. This is the week in bankruptcy.

  3. October 04, 2022

    Alex Jones Asks To Retain Ex-CPA For Ch. 11 Case

    Alex Jones' podcast network has filed an emergency application in Texas bankruptcy court seeking to retain a retired CPA as its chief restructuring officer in its Chapter 11 bankruptcy case, saying the company urgently needs someone to take over day-to-day operations after the court rejected its prior choice for a restructuring officer.

  4. September 23, 2022

    Boy Scouts Appeals Roll In, Alex Jones Ch. 11 Attys Nixed

    More than a dozen insurers commenced appeals of the Boy Scouts of America's confirmed Chapter 11 plan, proposed attorneys and advisers in an Alex Jones-linked bankruptcy were disqualified, and talc injury claimants questioned the good faith of Johnson & Johnson's talc unit in filing for bankruptcy. This is the week in bankruptcy.

  5. September 20, 2022

    Alex Jones' Podcast Co. Can't Retain Atty For Ch. 11 Case

    A Texas bankruptcy judge on Tuesday denied motions from Alex Jones' podcast network Free Speech Systems LLC to retain bankruptcy counsel and a chief restructuring officer, saying the two had previously worked with other companies affiliated with Jones on another bankruptcy without disclosing it.

  6. September 15, 2022

    Boy Scouts Plan Confirmed, Cineworld Hits Ch. 11

    The Boy Scouts of America obtained approval for its Chapter 11 plan, the world's second-largest movie theater chain hit bankruptcy, and an examiner was appointed in the Celsius Network cryptocurrency case to investigate management's prepetition conduct. This is the week in bankruptcy.

  7. September 13, 2022

    Sandy Hook Families Told To Cut Back Ch. 11 Debt Questions

    A Texas bankruptcy judge Tuesday told counsel for families of victims of the 2012 Sandy Hook school shooting that their requests for information on an alleged $54 million debt owed by Alex Jones' podcast business will need to be scaled back.

  8. September 02, 2022

    Sears, Boy Scouts Each Move Closer To Ch. 11 Resolutions

    The yearslong dispute between Sears and its former CEO ended with a deal, the Boy Scouts of America took a giant leap toward confirmation, and crypto investment platform Celsius wants to release $56 million of digital assets. This is the week in bankruptcy.

  9. August 29, 2022

    Conn. Defamation Trial Can Proceed Against Jones, Infowars

    A Connecticut state court defamation damages trial brought against Alex Jones and his podcast business by Sandy Hook victims' families will proceed as scheduled next month after the parties agreed to lift the bankruptcy stay of litigation imposed by Free Speech Systems' Chapter 11 case.

  10. August 26, 2022

    Sandy Hook Families Want Tort Committee For InfoWars Ch. 11

    Families of victims of the 2012 Sandy Hook school shooting asked a Texas bankruptcy judge to appoint a committee of tort claimants for the Chapter 11 case of Alex Jones' Free Speech Systems LLC, saying the debtor can't be trusted to operate the business in a way that benefits creditors.