Bankruptcy & Restructuring News Headlines for July 29, 2015: Caesars Appeal, Arch Coal, Swift Energy, Cliffs Natural Resources, WASA Studio, Shipbuilders & More

Wall Street Journal: Judge Denies Fast Caesars Appeal


Press Release: Arch Coal, Inc. Announces Term Loan Lenders Have Sent Letter to Term Loan Administrative Agent Directing it to Not Cooperate With Exchange Offer; Arch Coal Believes Letter is Without Merit and Will Contest Vigorously


Press Release: Swift Energy Retains Lazard to Advise As to Strategic Alternatives Related to Its Capital Structure


Bloomberg: World’s Top 3 Shipbuilders Post Record Loss on Deep-Sea Failures


Press Release: Cliffs Natural Resources Inc. Reports Second-Quarter 2015 Results


Wall Street Journal: Manhattan Architecture Firm WASA Studio Files for Bankruptcy


Fortune: Lands’ End CEO on her post-Sears plan: “I am here to move the needle”


Mergers & Acquisitions: Struggling Shipper FreeSeas Raises Cash


Reuters: U.S. judge dismisses ‘pyramid scheme’ lawsuit vs Herbalife, CEO


Yale Journal on Regulation (2016 Forthcoming): Federalism Form and Function in the Detroit Bankruptcy


Press Release: Glenn S. Walter joins Honigman’s Corporate Department

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