Daily Bankruptcy & Restructuring Newsletter for April 23, 2015

Street Insider: Niska Gas Storage Responds to Press Report; Says Considering Strategic Options

Court Docket (Bankr. S.D. Fla.): Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors Appointed in Chapter 11 Cases of Simply Fashion Stores, Ltd. and Adinath Corp.

TechCrunch: Mt. Gox Customers Can Now File Claims For Their Lost Bitcoins

LeveragedLoan.com: Chassix says reorg still ‘on pace’ despite flak from creditor panel

Bloomberg: Fortescue Sells $2.3 Billion of Junk Bonds in Boosted Offering

Debtwire/Forbes: Failed Promises, Pricey Loans Keep For-Profit Education in Regulatory Crosshairs

Crain’s Detroit Business: Detroit bankruptcy judges reflect on case, express regret about absence of cameras in courtroom

Wall Street Journal: Oil States See Slumping Employment as Texas Loses 25,000 Jobs in March

Bloomberg: Gundlach Buys $20 Million of Junk-Rated Puerto Rico Bonds

Wall Street Journal: Coal Companies Get Reprieve on Pension Costs

The Bond Buyer: Chicago Schools Pay Price to Get Deal Done

Wall Street Journal: Long Island Banana King Charged With Pension Looting

Pepper Hamilton: Limited Liability Companies: Handle Bankrupt LLC Members With Care

Proskauer: Proskauer’s Capital Markets Group Releases 2015 Global High-Yield Bond Study

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