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3D Bankruptcy Filing

3D signatures (3DS) is a personalized medicine firm which has laid off its contractors and employees. The company lacked funding and due to that, it is going to declare bankruptcy soon.

3D Bankruptcy Filing

Labor Law

The financial oversight board of Puerto Rico agreed that the future growth of Puerto Rico is dependent on various factors & the overhaul of the local labor laws is a factor in the future growth of Puerto Rico.

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Southeastern Grocers Bankruptcy

The CEO of Southeastern Grocers has recently announced that the company is going to make a fabulous comeback. In March, the company filed for bankruptcy and has now made a comeback after the debt got reduced to more than half. The company, who also happens to own Winn-Dixie, spent about two and a half months in bankruptcy.

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Bankruptcy Filings

On May 29, 2018, the bankruptcies of South Arkansas by the county were ended for the week. This was reported by the United States Bankruptcy court of the Arkansas District’s western region. Three cases of bankruptcy were filed from the Columbia county, 5 from Ouachita and 3 from Union too.

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Bankruptcy case politics

Cambridge Analytica was a political consultancy firm based in the UK which had to close its doors after the famous scandal of how the data of Facebook users was harvested in order to influence the previous presidential elections of the United States. The company is now facing some Facebook users in its case of bankruptcy.

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Golfsmith Filed for Bankruptcy

Golfsmith International Holdings Inc. has filed for bankruptcy with plans to sell part of the chain and reorganize the rest to pay off a nearly $500 million debt. The company blames the decline in the popularity of golf as a major sport in North America for the financial position that they now find themselves in.

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Bankruptcy Fraud

2016 eight defendants were charged with the crime of bankruptcy fraud. These eight defendants were altogether concealing over $3 million in hidden assets. The trials were prosecuted by assistant U.S. attorneys

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Control Communications filed Bankruptcy

A southern florida-based company, Control Communications, has filed for bankruptcy in a surprising turn of events considering that it has been one of the company's most profitable years. Control Communications filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy and is attempting to restructure and solve incoming cash problems.

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Automakers are said to be contributing to the $130 million U.S Takata reimbursement

130 million is being paid by 13 automakers companies to compensate the victims that were affected by the Takata Corp defective airbag inflators which is all part of a pact to help fix the corporation bankruptcy.

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Is Eric Schneiderman the New York state attorney general the one responsible for the Weinstein bankruptcy?

There were several claims made by different woman against Harvey Weinstein for sexual misconduct. The Weinstein studio resisted chapter 11 filing. There are other alternatives being looked at from TWC to seeking loans from private firms and selling the company along with its 300-film library which is massively overloaded.

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Control Communications filed Bankruptcy

Remington’s attorney won’t say if the plan by the gun manufacturer to file for the chapter 11 bankruptcy will have any impact on the decision to repair the defective guns that were in the investigation in 2010.

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Bankruptcy Settlement

This settlement between archdiocese and clergy abuse victims is the largest of its kind in the United States. The disastrous bankruptcy which forced a reckoning on archdiocese of Minneapolis and St. Paul for years of clergy sexual abuse has finally met a settlement for a whopping $210 million for about 450 victims.

Bankruptcy Settlement

Bankruptcy Judge Ruling

The largest of its kind in the history of US, the archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis have agreed to a settlement with the victims of clergy abuse so that no further legal action can be taken against them. However, this settlement has cost them a whopping $210 million for about 450 victims of the clergy sex abuse.

Bankruptcy Judge Ruling

Court settlements

The biggest settlement in the history of Roman Catholic Church and United States in its kind of case is in process with the St. Paul and Minneapolis to pay $210 million in settlement for the clergy abuse victims. The number of victims is roughly 450 who were the victims of clergy sex abuse.

Court Settlements

 

Puerto Rico bondholders....

SThis settlement between archdiocese and clergy abuse victims is the largest of its kind in the United States...

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Facebook Users Appear in Cambridge Analytica Bankruptcy

Cambridge Analytica is a political consulting firm in the UK. It collected the data of about 87 million Facebook users without permission to manipulate the presidential election in the US.

Facebook Users Appear in Cambridge Analytica Bankruptcy

 

Promises Malibu Bankruptcy Leaves Law Firm in the Lurch....

In a recent move that is going to be characterized by massive restructuring within the entire company, Elements Behavioural Health filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy...

Promises Malibu Bankruptcy

Gibson Guitar Structures a $135 Million Bankruptcy Lifeline

Gibson Guitars has won approval for a financing package valued at $135 million in a restructuring loan that was agreed upon by Gibson, their various shareholders and GSO Capital Partners.

Gibson Guitar Structures a $135 Million Bankruptcy Lifeline

 

How Avenatti Law Firm Was Forced Into Bankruptcy By an Ex con....

Michael Avenatti had coined a remarkable career for himself over the years. Even before he led the sexually-charged lawsuit of Pornstar Stormy Daniels against President trump...

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Cambridge Analytica Vs Facebook Users In Bankruptcy Clash

It seems trouble is never too far from the UK consulting firm, Cambridge Analytica. After the firm recently closed its doors to over the harvested data...

Facebook Users In Bankruptcy Clash

Avenatti Has His Firm Maneuvering Into Bankruptcy

Michael Avenatti was plummeting into huge financial trouble last year when he was saved by Jerry Tobin out of the blue....

Maneuvering Into Bankruptcy

 

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