Daily Bankruptcy & Restructuring Newsletter for April 10, 2015

Philly.com: Dispute leaves Revel in the dark


Bond Buyer: PREPA Restructuring Officer Optimistic on Consensual Restructuring Plan


U.S. Bank, N.A. (as Trustee): Notice to Beneficial Holders of Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) Power Revenue and Power Revenue Refunding Bonds


The Deal Pipeline: As DryShips works to pay down debt, negative headwinds could loom


Press Release: BPZ Energy Provides Operations Update


Wall Street Journal: Judge Approves Auction of Doral Financial Insurance Unit


South Florida Business Journal: Hollywood hospital files Chapter 11 as former CEO serves prison time


Star Tribune: Bankruptcy court gives Twin Cities Archdiocese until November to submit plan


Bond Buyer: No Deal Yet for Chicago on Wells Fargo Swaps


SEC Filing: Halcón Resources Corporation entered into an exchange agreement with two investment funds advised by Franklin Templeton Investments


SEC Filing: Conn’s, Inc. (NASDAQ: CONN) reported a 6.8% decline in net sales


Wall Street Journal: Save The Tourist Wear! Fresh Produce Clothing Line Looks for Buyer


Bloomberg: Private Equity’s Bet on Shipping Falters as Deal Boom Ends


Trepp: Vegas Retail Property Proves a Bad Bet


Wall Street Journal: Jack Butler of Hilco – Energy Rules are Being Fundamentally Rewritten


Keystone Crossroads: Mapping out Pennsylvania’s distressed municipal pension plans


Arent Fox: Delaware Bankruptcy Court Follows Momentive and Denies Noteholders’ Make-Whole Claims


Dechert: The Fifth Circuit Shifts the Risk of Doing Business with Fraudulent Enterprises to Trade Creditors


Weil, Gotshal & Manges: The Moral of the Tael – Tael One Partners Limited v Morgan Stanley & Co International PLC [2015] UKSC 12


Stone & Baxter: ABI Commission Report – Section 506(c) and Charges Against Collateral

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