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Insurers Have A Ch. 11 Voice Following High Court Ruling

The U.S. Supreme Court's recent ruling in Truck Insurance Exchange v. Kaiser Gypsum — which reaffirmed a broad def... (more story)

How Cooperation Contracts Can Ease Disorder In Loan Trades

Significant challenges to settling trades can arise when lenders of syndicated bank loans enter into defense-orien... (more story)

Firms Must Rethink How They Train New Lawyers In AI Age

As law firms begin to use generative artificial intelligence to complete lower-level legal tasks, they’ll need to ... (more story)

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Sandy Hook Families Urge Judge To Reject Alex Jones Appeal

The parents of children murdered in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting told a Houston federal judge on Tuesday the fact they were citing the same precedents as conspiracy theorist Alex Jones is evidence... (more story)

J&J Fights Law Firm's Bid To Nix Subpoenas In Talc Brawl

Information about the Beasley Allen Law Firm's litigation funding and settlement communications is relevant and necessary to resolving long-running multidistrict litigation over Johnson & Johnson's talcum powd... (more story)

San Diego Diocese ReEnters Ch. 11 Over Sex Abuse Claims

The Roman Catholic Diocese of San Diego has reentered Chapter 11 in a California bankruptcy court, saying it is facing more than $100 million in liabilities from more than 450 new sexual abuse claims filed in recent years.

Electric Vehicle Startup Fisker Hits Ch. 11 With Sale Plans

Electric vehicle company Fisker Group Inc. has petitioned for Chapter 11 protection in Delaware bankruptcy court with more than $100 million of debt, months after the collapse of a potential partnership with a... (more story)

Creditors Say Giuliani Is 'Shrewd' And Needs Ch. 11 Trustee

Rudy Giuliani's creditors made their argument to a New York judge on Monday about why they felt he should be stripped of control of his bankruptcy case, disparaging his motives, missing financial information a... (more story)

Ginnie Mae, HUD Want Bank's Loan Lien Suit Sent To Dallas

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and Ginnie Mae pushed for the transfer of Texas Capital Bank's suit in Texas federal court over a vacated loan lien, arguing that the bank is contractually ... (more story)

FTX, Customers Lay Claim To SBF's $11B Forfeiture Tab

FTX told the New York federal court that hit the company's founder Sam Bankman-Fried with a 25-year prison sentence and an $11 billion forfeiture order that the now-defunct cryptocurrency exchange has a right ... (more story)

NY Archdiocese Wants Abuse Coverage Suit Tossed

The Archdiocese of New York sought dismissal of Chubb's bid to evade coverage of over 1,700 underlying sexual abuse claims brought under the Child Victims Act, filing counterclaims with a state court alleging ... (more story)

Hertz Warrant Holder Sues In Chancery For Contract Breach

Two investment affiliates of Discovery Capital Management LP have sued Hertz Global Holdings Inc. in Delaware's Court of Chancery, alleging willful failure to redeem warrants issued in 2021 as part of the comp... (more story)

Catching Up With Delaware's Chancery Court

Proposed amendments to Delaware's General Corporation Law that were prompted by several recent Chancery Court rulings sailed through the state Senate last week despite loud opposition from corporate law profes... (more story)

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Judge Skeptical Of Houston Developer's $2M DIP Bid In Ch. 11

The insolvent developer of an almost-finished apartment building in Houston hit a hiccup Tuesday during its first-day hearing in a Texas bankruptcy court, where a judge indicated the company did not present en... (more story)

Judge Will OK Disclosures For 3 Plans In Eletson Ch. 11

A New York bankruptcy judge said Tuesday he will approve disclosure statements detailing three competing Chapter 11 plans proposed in the bankruptcy of shipping company Eletson Holdings Inc. after some revisio... (more story)

Biotech Co. NanoString Gets OK On Ch. 11 Wind Down Plan

NanoString Technologies Inc., a Seattle-based maker of gene analysis technology, can use proceeds from the $393 million sale of its business to repay nearly all creditors in full after a Delaware bankruptcy ju... (more story)

Aircraft Co. Icon's Ch. 11 Sale Cleared With Higher Price

Light-sport aircraft producer Icon received a Delaware bankruptcy court's approval Tuesday for a nearly $15.8 million sale of its assets after securing an agreement to increase the price by $250,000, just hour... (more story)

Kristen Bell's Baby Co. Gets OK For Ch. 11 Plan

A Delaware bankruptcy judge on Tuesday confirmed the Chapter 11 plan for Unconditional Love Inc., the baby-product company founded by actress Kristen Bell that does business as Hello Bello, as it prepares to w... (more story)

Cancer Test Company DermTech Hits Ch. 11, Seeking Sale

California-based dermatologic test maker DermTech Inc. hit Chapter 11 Tuesday in Delaware and said it would be laying off about 20% of its workforce as it seeks to sell its assets.

Cybersecurity Co. Appgate Gets OK For Prepack Ch. 11 Plan

A Delaware bankruptcy judge said Monday he would confirm network security solutions provider Appgate Inc.'s prepackaged Chapter 11 plan, and overruled an objection from the U.S. Trustee's Office to the plan's ... (more story)

SEC Alleges Texas Man Offered Virgin Sham $200M 'Lifeline'

Securities regulators sued a venture capitalist and his investment firm in Texas federal court Monday, accusing the firm of making a bogus offer to invest $200 million into Virgin Orbit last year despite havin... (more story)

Dutch Insurer Says Record Clear To Affirm $160M Arbitration

A Dutch insurer is pushing a North Carolina federal judge to confirm a €150 million (roughly $160 million) arbitration award against insurance mogul Greg Lindberg and his companies, citing a recent order in wh... (more story)

Ex-Stimwave CEO Gets 6 Years For Dummy Implant Scheme

The founder and former CEO of Stimwave Technologies was sentenced to six years in prison Monday after tearfully proclaiming her innocence to healthcare fraud charges, with a Manhattan federal judge saying it's... (more story)