Bankruptcy & Restructuring News Headlines for September 10, 2015

Commercial Bankruptcy Investor: Automated Retail Kiosk Company NewZoom, Inc. (d/b/a ZoomSystems) Files for Bankruptcy Protection

Wall Street Journal: Quiksilver Plans to Close 27 Stores

Reuters: Judge moves lawsuit among Caesars’ creditors to Chicago

Forbes/S&P Capital IQ: Joe’s Jeans Unveils $80 Million In Asset Sales, Including Brand; Lenders To Be Repaid

Bloomberg: Citigroup Said Courting Puerto Rico Creditors for Debt Talks

MarketWatch: Barnes & Noble loss widens and misses estimates

Wall Street Journal: Former Dewey & LeBoeuf Executives’ Lawyers Give Final Arguments at Fraud Trial

Bloomberg: Coal’s Decline Is Choking Appalachia Towns

Fortune: The siege of Herbalife

Weil, Gotshal & Manges: “Conduct” Test Now the Rule in the Seventh Circuit – But We Still Don’t Know How the Seventh Circuit Will Deal With Due Process Concerns

Chapter 11 Cases: New Opinion from the Third Circuit on Assertion of Derivative Claims Against Company Executives in Bankruptcy

Reuters: Former Uber driver was an employee, rules California department

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