Bankruptcy & Restructuring News Headlines for Thursday Dec 9, 2021

Here's what we are reading this morning:

Jefferies cancels travel and parties, resumes remote working | Reuters: Investment bank Jefferies Financial Group on Wednesday cancelled all client parties and most travel, asking employees to work from home when possible due to a spate of COVID-19 cases.

Arizona Coyotes face Dec. 20 lockout from Gila River Arena over unpaid taxes, fees, sources say: In seeking unpaid arena fees and back taxes, the City of Glendale is threatening to lock the Arizona Coyotes out of Gila River Arena if the club does not settle its outstanding totals by Dec. 20, sources confirmed to ESPN.

Coyotes could be locked out of home arena by City of Glendale for unpaid arena charges, delinquent tax bills - The Athletic: Arizona has until 5 p.m. MST on Dec. 20 to pay the remaining debt. If it does not settle up by that time, the City of Glendale has instructed ASM to deny team employees access to the arena and the offices within the arena used as administrative space.

Amazon Warehouses Are No Silver Bullet for Tired Shopping Malls - WSJ: Few investors are queuing up to buy America’s unloved regional shopping malls. Landlords like Westfield’s owner need creative ways to unload them if they are to patch up their stock prices.

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