Daily Bankruptcy & Restructuring Newsletter for March 16, 2015

Reuters: Judge declines to approve Revel Casino’s proposed sale


BloombergBusiness: Radioshack Unsecured Creditors Subpoena Loan, Swap Documents


Wall Street Journal: Versa Capital Trumps B. Riley at Wet Seal Auction


Moody’s Investor Service: Sale-Leasebacks Could Prove a Solution for Struggling US Gaming Companies


Wall Street Journal: General Motors Settles Case That Triggered Ignition-Switch Recall


BloombergBusiness: Junk-Bond Indigestion Seen Amid $11 Billion Glut: Credit Markets


Senior Housing News: Consolidation to Rise for Non-Profit Senior Living Operators in 2015


BloombergBusiness: Greek Shipper Capital Product Said to Scrap Junk-Bond Offering


Forbes/Debtwire: Private Equity Cashes In On Ireland’s Commercial Property Bounce-back


BloombergBusiness: Coal Miner Murray to Buy Controlling Stake in Foresight


Squire Patton BoggsJacobs v. Terpitz: Entering Into A Partnership Constitutes “Minimum Contacts”


Commercial Bankruptcy Litigation: Golf is a Crazy Game (re: Ralph Janvey, as Receiver for Stanford International Bank Limited, et al., v. The Golf Channel Incorporated)


Bloomberg BNA: Pillsbury Finance Leader To Join Winston In Mass Acquisition


Bloomberg BNA: Morgan Lewis To Combine With Singapore Law Firm

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