Mid Cap

  • April 30, 2024

    Insurance Mogul Can't Escape $164M Dutch Payout Yet

    A shareholder accused of raiding a Dutch insurer's coffers can't stop it from trying to enforce a nearly $164 million arbitration victory, a North Carolina federal judge ruled, finding that he didn't show it's not enforceable in U.S. courts.

  • April 30, 2024

    New York Teen Mental Health Home Files For Ch. 11

    St. Christopher's Inc., a New York nonprofit that provides residential mental health services to children, and the foundation that supports it have filed for Chapter 11 Subchapter V bankruptcy, citing up to $10 million each of assets and liabilities.

  • April 30, 2024

    Canadian Pharma Co. Contract Asks For Ch. 15 Recognition

    Contract Pharmaceuticals Ltd. asked Tuesday that a Delaware bankruptcy judge recognize the company's foreign insolvency proceedings, saying it started the process in Canada while facing a debt load of more than $41 million and hobbled revenue.

  • April 30, 2024

    When Philly Newspapers Cast Credit Bidding Into Doubt

    Credit bidding is a regular feature of many bankruptcy asset sales now. But for a brief spell more than a decade ago, the case of Philadelphia Newspapers gutted the idea that secured lenders were entitled to include the outstanding amount owed on their loans as part of an offer to buy assets.

  • April 30, 2024

    Apparel Brand Jambys Files Ch. 11 As PJs Lose Popularity

    Online clothing brand Jambys Inc. filed for Chapter 11 protection under Subchapter V in Delaware federal bankruptcy court Tuesday, citing $7 million in debt as the company struggles with declining consumer interest in sleepwear and loungewear now that the COVID-19 pandemic has abated.

  • April 30, 2024

    Meet The Attorneys Cooking Up Sticky's Chicken Ch. 11

    A team of attorneys from Pashman Stein Walder Hayden PC is advising New York area restaurant chain Sticky's Chicken in its Chapter 11, Subchapter V case.

  • April 30, 2024

    Canadian Lumber Biz Hits Ch. 15 To Find Buyer

    Lumber and forestry products producer Teal Jones Holdings Ltd. has petitioned for Chapter 15 bankruptcy protection in Delaware, seeking recognition of an ongoing insolvency proceeding in Canadian court, where it intends to reorganize, possibly through a sale of its assets.

  • April 30, 2024

    Atty Wants Out Of 'Coup' Suit Over Judge Romance

    The former Jackson Walker LLP attorney whose secret relationship with a Texas judge ignited an ethics scandal wants out of a racketeering suit accusing her of "orchestrating a coup" in a bankruptcy case, calling the suit a "dubious" attempt to blame her for an ex-CEO's "disastrous" mismanagement of his family business.

  • April 30, 2024

    NYC Law Firm Says Japanese Auto Supplier Owes $800K Fees

    New York law firm Florence Rostami Law LLC seeks more than $800,000 in legal fees and expenses after representing a Japanese auto part manufacturer in litigation and bankruptcy court proceedings in a contract dispute with a former vendor, the firm told a Michigan federal court.

  • April 30, 2024

    Genova Burns Adds Labor, Bankruptcy Attys In Philly, NJ

    Genova Burns LLC expanded its offices in the Philadelphia area and New Jersey this week with the additions of attorneys specializing in labor and bankruptcy law.

  • April 30, 2024

    Moritt Hock Adds 3 Attorneys In NYC, Garden City Offices

    Moritt Hock & Hamroff LLP has hired an associate and counsel and has rehired a former corporate associate who spent three years working for the firm, according to a Monday announcement.

  • April 29, 2024

    Kazakh Businessman Accused Of Stealing Coal Mine

    A Kazakh businessman schemed with the country's government to steal a coal mine, its proceeds, and its assets and laundered the proceeds to buy luxury U.S. real estate worth more than $100 million, according to a suit filed in New York state court.

  • April 29, 2024

    Judge Mulls Atty Sanctions In Ch. 7 Over 'False' Statements

    An insolvent government contractor and its lawyers should pay opposing counsel's fees in an adversary action, attorneys representing the debtor's Chapter 7 trustee and creditors told a Delaware bankruptcy judge Monday, accusing the company and its principals of making false and misleading statements in the $14 million clawback lawsuit.

  • April 29, 2024

    Terraform Says SEC's $5.4B Sanction Bid Fails Under Morrison

    Crypto firm Terraform Labs and its founder Do Kwon struck back at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's $5.4 billion sanctions request following its trial win, filing dual briefs Monday that argued the regulator has only shown that "a small number" of allegedly illegal token sales took place in the U.S. and under its jurisdiction as outlined in the U.S. Supreme Court's Morrison decision.

  • April 29, 2024

    Minn. Consumer Bankruptcy Law Firm Files For Ch. 11

    LifeBack Law Firm PA, which specializes in Chapter 7 and 13 consumer bankruptcies, filed for Chapter 11 protection Sunday in Minnesota amid legal challenges from a competitor and former employees.

  • April 29, 2024

    Herbert Smith Adds Bankruptcy Pro To Thai Disputes Practice

    Herbert Smith Freehills has hired an expert in construction disputes and insolvency and bankruptcy matters as a new partner for its Bangkok office, a move the firm says will strengthen its disputes practice in Thailand's capital.

  • April 29, 2024

    Kemp Klein Adds Bankruptcy Atty In Mich.

    Detroit-area-based Kemp Klein Law Firm has announced it hired a new bankruptcy-focused corporate lawyer to bolster its corporate, litigation and bankruptcy practices.

  • April 29, 2024

    ABI's New Prez, Scammers Charged, Giuliani To Appeal

    The American Bankruptcy Institute named Polsinelli attorney Christopher A. Ward as its new president, the Office of the United States Trustee charged two with fraud for petition preparation services, and Rudy Giuliani asked a New York judge for permission to appeal his $148 million defamation verdict to the D.C. Circuit.

  • April 29, 2024

    Demystifying The Alphabet Soup Of ABC Insolvency

    Not every insolvency proceeding must take place in the so-called fishbowl of federal bankruptcy. There is a state-level option that can provide a quicker, quieter and sometimes less expensive alternative for companies seeking to liquidate their assets.

  • April 29, 2024

    Peer Street Plan Ruling Gets Delayed After Objector No-Show

    Real estate investment platform Peer Street Inc. will have to wait another week for a decision on confirmation of its Chapter 11 plan, after a Delaware bankruptcy judge declined Monday to rule on the relief because an objecting party wasn't present in court.

  • April 29, 2024

    Catching Up With Delaware's Chancery Court

    A multibillion-dollar Tesla trust proposal, a Truth Social bond, power plays over Prince's estate, and three in the ring for World Wrestling Entertainment. All of this and much more came up in Delaware Chancery Court dockets last week.

  • April 29, 2024

    4th Circ. OKs Sanctions Against Law Firm In Bestwall Ch. 11

    A split Fourth Circuit panel on Monday refused to overturn more than $402,000 in sanctions against a law firm and its clients as part of bankruptcy proceedings for a Georgia-Pacific unit, saying the contempt and sanctions orders can't be appealed because they aren't final judgments.

  • April 29, 2024

    Turkey Cos. Seek Swift Appeal Of Burford's Ability To Sue

    Some of the country's largest turkey producers have asked an Illinois federal court for permission to immediately appeal a March ruling that allows a Burford Capital investment unit to pursue price-fixing allegations against them, arguing the Seventh Circuit should weigh in on whether the investor is permitted to bring such a claim.

  • April 29, 2024

    Ex-Man City Player Benjamin Mendy Pays £710K Tax Debt

    Former Manchester City footballer Benjamin Mendy avoided bankruptcy on Monday after paying a £710,000 ($892,000) tax bill minutes before a court hearing to determine whether an order should be made.

  • April 29, 2024

    Supreme Court Declines To Hear 'Unusual' FCRA Case

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to take up PHH Mortgage Corp.'s call for review of a Fourth Circuit decision allowing a Marine Corps veteran to continue his Fair Credit Reporting Act claims that the company harassed him about his ex-wife's debt on a home they once shared.

Can't find the article you're looking for? Click here to search the Bankruptcy Authority Mid Cap archive.