Bankruptcy & Restructuring News: What We Are Reading on July 17, 2015 From Court Dockets, Leading Law Firms & Major News Organizations

Wall Street Journal: Sabine Oil, Lenders Put Off Fight Over Cash

S&P Capital IQ: As American Idol Wanes, CORE Entertainment Downgraded Again; Leveraged Loan Grace Period Lapses

Bloomberg: Puerto Rico Lenders Said to Hire Ducera Partners as Adviser

Standard & Poor’s: All of Our Rated Sovereigns in One Infographic

Wall Street Journal: Molycorp Insists Mountain Pass Facility Won’t Completely Shut Down

Bloomberg: Who’s to Blame for America’s Met Coal Bust? For One, the Aussies

Richmond Times-Dispatch: HDL wants to terminate leases for some of its blood-draw centers

Crain’s Chicago Business: General Mills closing West Chicago factory in cost-cutting move

Wall Street Journal: Judge Hands Dish a Victory in Suit Over LightSquared Bid

Bloomberg: How Lynn Tilton Went From Company Savior to SEC Target

Trepp: Mall Value Slashed after Sears Departure

Bloomberg: Billionaire Paul Singer: China Crash Is ‘Way Bigger Than Subprime’

Morrison & Foerster: “Never Say Never”: Lessons From RadioShack’s Sale of Customer Information

Lowenstein Sandler: Hedging Western European Debt: If You’re Hedging With CDS, Not So Fast

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