Daily Bankruptcy & Restructuring Newsletter for January 29, 2015

Court Docket (Bankr. D. Del.): Order Determining Appropriate Venue for Caesars Entertainment Operating Company, Inc. et al. Bankruptcy Cases

Bloomberg Business: Caesars Wins Bid to Move $20 Billion Bankruptcy to Chicago


New York Times: Revenge Retail Gone Awry? Tory Burch’s Ex-Husband Describes C. Wonder’s Fall


Press of Atlantic City: Revel, Atlantic City reach deal to slash 2015 taxes


Dow Jones Business News: Judge Says SkyMall Can Stay Open Online Pending Sale


Bloomberg Business: Trump Entertainment Gets Approval for $20 Million Icahn Loan


Reuters: Japanese carrier Skymark files for bankruptcy, blames Airbus


Chicago Tribune: Sears cuts 115 jobs in effort to reduce expenses


Reuters: Troubled China property firm Kaisa appoints Houlihan Lokey to formulate a plan that will be agreeable to all its creditors as the indebted company struggles with the risk of defaulting on its credit


S&P Capital IQ: Budgeting With Revenues Growing Means California Must Confront Its Past


Commercial Observer: Slippery Situation: Oil’s Potential Impact on Real Estate


Bloomberg Business: UBS Distressed-Debt Trader Einhorn Said Leaving to Start Fund


Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP: Trends in Chapter 11 Filings, Venue and Proposed Reforms

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