What The Bankruptcy & Restructuring World Should Be Reading Today – July 1, 2015 Edition

Chapter 11 Cases: More pain in the coal mining industry – H.I.G./Bayside Capital portfolio company JW Resources, Inc. is bankrupt; JW Resources formed in 2013 to acquire Kentucky-based coal mining assets of Xinergy (also now bankrupt)


Wall Street Journal: Alpha Natural Resources Creditors Ready for Possible Restructuring Talks


Reuters: U.S. bankruptcy judge pushes debt relief for Corinthian students


Court Opinion: S.D.N.Y. judge Ronnie Abrams tosses Lynn Tilton challenge to SEC ALJs, says no jurisdiction to hear constitutional challenge


Press of Atlantic City: Bank of New York Mellon Says in Court Filings That ACR Energy Partners is in Danger of Failing


Wall Street Journal: Accused of Fraud, Nurses’ Registry Files for Bankruptcy


Trepp: U.S. CMBS Delinquencies – June 2015 (Infographic)


Richmond BizSense: HDL seeks a sale, lender says Chapter 7 imminent


Bloomberg: The Little-Known Owner of Juicy Couture Is on an Acquisition Spree


Forbes: DuPont Spinoff Chemours Seen As Facing Rocky Start, But Turnaround Could Pay Off


Mergers & Acquisitions: Struggling Cardinal Energy Brings in PE Investor


Credit Slips: Notifying Potential Claimants in Diocese Chapter 11 Cases


Morris James LLP: Third Circuit Approves Use Of Structured Dismissals Of Chapter 11 Bankruptcies, but Rarely

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