Distressed Company Newsletter for September 2, 2015

Bloomberg: Quiksilver Said to Seek Buyer as It Struggles to Stay Afloat

Press Release: Goodrich Petroleum Announces Private Exchange Transactions For Convertible Senior Notes

Wall Street Journal: Patriot Coal’s Buyer, Union Are Urged to Continue Talks

SEC Filing: Vantage Drilling Company Receives Notice of Drilling Contract Termination

Financial Post: Fresh wave of layoffs hits oilpatch, as Penn West, ConocoPhillips cut 900 jobs: ‘Good luck to all of us’

Press Release: Fitch Rates Kentucky SPBC’s $20.1MM Project 109 Revenue Bonds ‘A+’; Outlook Stable

Boston Business Journal: Cape Cod-run oil investment company files for bankruptcy

Mergers & Acquisitions: Micro-Brewer American Brewing Cooks Up Expansion Plan, Needs Cash

Wall Street Journal: Lemonis Relinquishes Crumbs Stake to Dippin’ Dots Owner

The New Yorker: The Death and Life of Atlantic City

Court Docket (Bankr. N.D. Ill.): IL bankruptcy judge cites Supreme Court’s Baker Botts ruling to strike down part of financial adviser’s fee request

Stone & Baxter: Delaware Takes on Baker Botts v. ASARCO & Fee-Defense Costs

Weil, Gotshal & Manges: Judge Scheindlin Rules in Caesars that Trust Indenture Act Bars “Core” Impairments; Certifies the Issue to the Second Circuit – or – What’s the Deal with the Caesars Parent Guarantee Litigation?

McKinsey & Company: Leading U. S. Steel in challenging times – CEO Mario Longhi discusses leading the company through a difficult period, its search for growth, and what constitutes success

Bloomberg: Goldman Credit Trader Lafferty Said in Talks to Join HSBC

Law360: McGuireWoods Nabs Cadwalader Bankruptcy Expert

Press Release: Executive Sounding Board Associates Professionals Join EisnerAmper’s Bankruptcy and Restructuring Practice

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