Bankruptcy & Restructuring News Headlines for Monday Jan 14, 2019

Here's what we are reading this morning:

Delaware Bankruptcy Judge Kevin Carey announces retirement

Chico's to close 250 stores over 3 years | Retail Dive

Tempur Sealy Agrees To Provide Debtor-In-Possession Financing To Innovative Mattress Solutions

Bankruptcy plan for Orianna Health approved; ‘toughest, most litigious case in my 30-year career,’ lawyer says - News - McKnight's Long Term Care News

The New Mexico Bankruptcy Court entered an order on the continuation of operations during a lapse in appropriations. Certain activities are being suspended, but the order provides that the "Court will continue to hear and decide cases without disruption"

The US Trustee & US Attorney's Office jointly filed a motion before the Massachusetts Bankruptcy Court seeking a stay of certain proceedings & the tolling of certain deadlines in light of the lapse in appropriations. A copy of the motion is attached.

SpaceX to lay off 10% of its workers - CNN

Mattress Warehouse, Sleep Outfitters company files bankruptcy

By the numbers: How holiday sales are panning out | Retail Dive

Second Liens Beware Delaware Bankruptcy Court Finds De Facto Claim Subordination Under Intercreditor Agreement | Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP

Gundlach Warns U.S. Economy Is Floating on `Ocean of Debt' - Bloomberg

Hedge-Fund-Backed Media Group Prepares Bid for Gannett - WSJ

PG&E CEO steps down amid bankruptcy reports - MarketWatch

PG&E Corporation - PG&E Board of Directors Conducting Search for New Chief Executive Officer

Vail Shows Slippery Slope for Businesses Catering to Wealthy - WSJ

Exclusive: PG&E talking to banks on multibillion dollar bankruptcy financing - sources | Reuters

Business Restructuring Review | November - December 2018 | Jones Day

New & Notable Current Reports Filed with the SEC for Monday Jan 14, 2019

New Quarterly & Annual Reports Filed With the Securities & Exchange Commission for Monday Jan 14, 2019

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