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  • July 24, 2024

    Failed Bank, FDIC Continue Fight Over $1.9B Account Claims

    A New York bankruptcy judge on Wednesday heard arguments on the Chapter 11 plan of the parent company of the failed Silicon Valley Bank, alongside separate arguments on the fate of $1.9 million in funds currently in the hands of federal banking regulators.

  • July 24, 2024

    Byju's Asks Del. Justices To Undo Lenders' Chancery Win

    The bankrupt U.S. arm of India-based educational technology giant Byju's told the Delaware Supreme Court Wednesday that its dispute with a consortium of lenders belongs in New York and argued that the state's Chancery Court was wrong to find the lenders had validly taken over the company after several defaults.

  • July 24, 2024

    Rite Aid's Elixir Buyer Must Pay Additional $50M In Ch. 11 Sale

    Prescription benefits group MedImpact owes an extra $50 million on top of $576 million it paid Rite Aid for its former benefits division Elixir, a New Jersey bankruptcy judge ruled Wednesday, saying his earlier ruling on $200 million in disputed liabilities from the sale didn't fundamentally disrupt a post-closing price adjustment.

  • July 24, 2024

    Retailer Conn's Closing Stores In Bankruptcy, Gets DIP Loan

    A Texas bankruptcy judge said on Wednesday that he will approve $25 million of debtor-in-possession financing to help fallen furniture and appliance retailer Conn's Inc. fund its Chapter 11 case, which includes plans to sell its consumer financing arm while holding going-out-of-business sales at its remaining locations.

  • July 24, 2024

    Vintage Wine Estates Hits Ch. 11 With Intent To Sell Assets

    Vintage Wine Estates, which owns 30 wine brands in California, Oregon and Washington, filed for Chapter 11 protection Wednesday with a plan to sell its assets after post-pandemic wine demand dropped.

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