Bankruptcy & Restructuring News Headlines for Monday Sep 20, 2021

Here's what we are reading this morning:

After ‘Game of Thrones,’ Can TV Get Big Again? - The New York Times: After “Game of Thrones,” many said the blockbuster series was dead. Maybe not — but the future of TV epics may look more like the movies’ recent past.

The New Bargaining Theory by The Creditors Bargain Podcast • A podcast on Anchor: Interview with Professor Anthony J. Casey, Deputy Dean, Donald M. Ephraim Professor of Law and Economics, Faculty Director, The Center on Law and Finance, University of Chicago Law School; discuss his article: Chapter 11's Renegotiation Framework and the Purpose of Corporate Bankruptcy which is published in the Columbia Law Review.

Lorna Jane USA Retailer Bankruptcy Update: An update to my post from yesterday regarding the most recent retail bankruptcy filing - the first day declaration has now been filed and a copy is embedded here.

Evergrande Market Fallout Grows as Local Unit Halts Bond Trading - Bloomberg: Developers led declines on the Hang Seng China Enterprises Index, with Country Garden Holdings Co. -- the nation’s largest developer by sales -- losing 7.2% and Sunac China Holdings Ltd. sinking 11%. This week alone the two stocks have fallen more than 21%. China’s high-yield dollar bonds fell as much as 4 cents on the dollar Thursday, according to credit traders, with those issued by Fantasia Holdings Group Co. -- a weaker-rated developer -- down about 10 cents.

Current Reports (Form 8-K) Filed With the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) Regarding the Departure or Appointment/Election of Directors or Certain Officers (Item 5.02) for the Week Ended Sunday Sep 19, 2021:

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