Daily Bankruptcy & Restructuring Newsletter for February 19, 2015

All About Caesars…

Court Docket (Bankr. N.D. Ill.): Debtors’ Motion for Entry of an Order Disbanding the Official Committee of Second Priority Noteholders, Reconstituting It with the Creditors’ Committee or, Alternatively, Limiting its Scope, Fees and Expenses

CreditEx: Initial Results of the Caesars Entertainment Operating Company Inc CDS Auction

BloombergBusiness: Caesars Bonds Initially Valued at 14.9 Cents in Swaps Auction

Reuters: Friday deadline may trigger bankruptcy for California hospitals

BloombergBusiness: Traders Are Betting Sears Will Be the Next Big Retailer to Fail

BloombergBusiness: Puerto Rico Bankruptcy Bill Set for Feb. 26 U.S. House Hearing

Reuters: Budget of Atlantic City in New Jersey to shrink 11 percent, mayor says

BloombergBusiness: Apple Accused in A123 Systems LLC Lawsuit of Poaching Employees

BloombergView: Not Everyone Is Happy That RadioShack Ran on Derivatives

New York Times: Facing Suits, a Nursing Home in California Seeks Bankruptcy

BloombergBusiness: A Coal Producer Just Bought Back His Family’s Business for 99% Less Than He Sold It For

Bracewell & Giuliani: Distressed Opportunity?

McKinsey & Company: How big companies can innovate

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