Airlines have been frequent visitors to the bankruptcy system over the past 20 years. Several airlines have made round trips to the bankruptcy courts
The insolvency of Pennsylvania's capital city of Harrisburg is unsurprising to anyone watching the disaster slowly unfold over the past several years
The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York has issued the latest opinion in the ongoing jurisdictional battle between the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and the Bankruptcy Co
In a recent case in Chicago, a bankruptcy court considered the rights of a debtor's customer under an executory contract
Can a debtor's conduct give rise to an administrative rejection claim? The answer to this question was set forth in by U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Mary F. Walrath on March 31
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