Daily Bankruptcy & Restructuring Newsletter for May 29, 2015

Press Release: CanAm’s Alabama Subsidiaries File Voluntary Petition under Chapter 11 to Complete Financial and Operational Restructuring and Intend to Continue Serving Customers Without Interruption


Calgary Herald: Lenders file to throw Southern Pacific into receivership


AOL Travel UK: Malaysia Airlines placed into administration


Reuters: Stockton, Calif., argues against appeal of its bankruptcy plan


Commercial Bankruptcy Investor: Appointment of Official Committee of Equity Holders in Xinergy Bankruptcy Denied


Bloomberg: Teck to Idle Six Canada Coal Mines in Response to Slump


Wall Street Journal: Defense Puts Spotlight on Dewey & LeBoeuf Emails


Law360: Dewey & LeBoeuf Trial Live Blog for Day Three


Commercial Bankruptcy Investor: Family Christian Reports Results of Auction for Sale of All its Assets


Bloomberg: Skymark Airlines Said to Submit Restructuring Plan on Friday


New York Post: Suitors emerge in $2 billion Hostess bidding


Northwest Georgia News: Hutcheson Medical Center had a healthy April


Commercial Bankruptcy Investor: Creditors’ Committee Appointed in Golden County Foods Bankruptcy


Reuters: SEC commissioners order affidavits on hiring of in-house judges


Reed Smith: Schemes of Arrangement for Distressed Shipping Companies – a viable (and cheaper) alternative to chapter 11?


Weil, Gotshal & Manges: What the Future Holds for Make-Whole Claims in Bankruptcy: Examining the Energy Future Holdings EFIH First Lien Make-Whole Decision – Part 2

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