Daily Bankruptcy & Restructuring Newsletter for March 6, 2015

Press Release: Sport-Haley Holdings Files Voluntary Chapter 11 Petition to Address Chromcraft Subsidiary Challenges

BloombergBusiness: An Oil Firm That Raised Money Seven Months Ago Just Missed Its First Bond Payment

Chapter11Cases.com: SEC Discloses Non-Public Investigation of Xhibit Corp. in Objection to SkyMall Bankruptcy Sale

BloombergBusiness: Platinum Equity’s Chassix Lenders Agree to Forestall Default

Washington Post: Judge confirms plan settling Montana clergy sex-abuse claims

HipCricket Asset Sale Dispute Brewing…

Court Filing (Bankr. D. Del.): Notice of Receipt of Bid and Rescheduled Auction

Court Filing (Bankr. D. Del.): Objection & Reservation of Rights of Stalking Horse Bidder to the Debtors’ Notice of Receipt of Bid and Rescheduled Auction [Asserts that Competing Bid is Not a Qualifying Bid Under the Court-Approved Bidding Procedures]

BloombergBusiness: Magnetar Seeking Cash to Fund Money-Starved Energy Companies

Atlanta Journal Constitution: Southern Regional cuts 80 jobs amid restructuring

Reuters: Rothschild looks to organize Ukraine bondholders ahead of talks

BloombergBusiness: Oil Bust Threatens CMBS in Wall Street Funded Shale Towns

The Federal Reserve: Dodd-Frank Act Stress Test 2015: Supervisory Stress Test Methodology and Results – March 2015

Harvard Business School: Cashing out: The Rise of M&A in Bankruptcy (Working Paper)

ABI Journal: Deciphering Global Securities Challenges in Chapter 11

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