Daily Bankruptcy & Restructuring Newsletter for June 1, 2015

Court Docket (Bankr. S.D. Tex.): Voluntary Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Petition Filed by Oxane Materials, Inc.

The City Wire (Background From Nov. 25, 2014): Oxane Materials to close Van Buren plant, estimated 70 jobs lost

Times Record (Background From Mar. 11, 2015): AEDC Files Lawsuit Against Oxane Over 2010 Grant

Wall Street Journal: Molycorp Struggles to Survive Rare-Earths Bubble – U.S. rare-earths miner is expected to skip loan payment, which could lead to bankruptcy filing

The Advocate: Creditors trying to force Thinkstream into reorganization

ABF Journal: ABL Roundtable 2015: Profiting Through Headwinds

Wall Street Journal: Many Mines Put Up for Sale, but Buyers Are Scarce

Fortune: Everything you need to know about the future of print media in a single chart

Bloomberg: Puerto Rico Gets $3.5 Billion Plan to Fix Teetering Utility

Wall Street Journal: GameStop, Most Shorted Stock in S&P, Jumps After Earnings Beat

Reed Smith: Third Circuit: Only in a ‘Rare Case’ May a Case Arising Under Chapter 11 Be Resolved In a ‘Structured Dismissal’ That Deviates from the Bankruptcy Code’s Priority System

Jones Day: Credit Bidding Alert: Fifth Circuit Rules That Inaction Results in Waiver of Right to Credit Bid

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