Daily Bankruptcy & Restructuring Newsletter for April 9, 2015

SEC Filing: Colt Defense Entered Into Waivers & Amendments with Certain Lenders

Press Release: American Eagle Energy Announces Forbearance Agreement

Bloomberg: Next Stop for Chicago: Emergency Financial Control Board?

The New Yorker: The Kings of the Desert – An American banker, a Saudi billionaire, and a financial collapse that stunned the Middle East

Chicago Tribune: Tribune Media’s largest shareholders to sell 25 percent stake

Bloomberg: Life Partners Trustee Can Put Units in Bankruptcy, Judge Says

Wall Street Journal: Lisa Donahue of AlixPartners – Oil and Gas Restructurings Will Be Significant in 2015 and 2016

Wall Street Journal: Jay Goffman of Skadden – Like Others, This Cycle Likely a Double-V

Muddy Waters Research: Muddy Waters is Short Noble Group Ltd (NOBL:SP)

Cooley LLP: Recent Decision May Assist Challenges to Alleged Fraudulent Transfers

Wall Street Journal: After Departures, Perella Aims to Rebuild – Boutique investment bank is trying to regroup after abruptly parting ways with eight bankers in its restructuring group

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