Daily Bankruptcy & Restructuring Newsletter for May 11, 2015

Commercial Bankruptcy Investor: American Eagle Energy Corp. (NYSE MKT: AMZG) Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection

S&P Rating Services: Global Corporate Default Tally Rises To 34 On Two Commodity Producer Defaults This Week, Says Report

Press Release: Walter Energy Will Make Interest Payments, Continue Discussions With Debtholders

New York Post: Suit says hedge fund purposely pushing American Apparel to bankruptcy

Financial Times: Rebound in US shale will limit oil price recovery

Caribbean Business: Puerto Rico could default by September

Wall Street Journal: Bankrupt Chicago Horse-Racing Tracks Look for Buyers

Press of Atlantic City: Atlantic City faces massive layoffs

Bloomberg: Leucadia Says It Tripled Money on $300 Million FXCM Bailout

BuzzFeed: The K-Cup In Crisis – Sales of Keurig brewers are falling. Is America’s love affair with single-serve coffee winding down?

Reuters: American Apparel ex-CEO Charney sues investor for defamation

Crain’s Chicago Business: State high court strikes down pension reform

NorthJersey.com: Paterson’s bond ratings go down as Moody’s says city in ‘weak financial position’

Butler Snow: Chapter 15 Cross-Border Insolvency Means Comity and Cooperation; Not Necessarily Comedy and Concern

Squire Patton Boggs: How The UK General Election Might Influence The Recast EU Insolvency Regulation

Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick: Neither a Borrower Nor a Lender be …

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