April 16, 2001  

Daily Bankruptcy News

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Power Utilities:

Davis says California to recoup power costs
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Wilson says idea was right
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Best of Times For Certain Bay Lawyers / State's power problems keep bankruptcy specialists hopping  

PG&E demanded it no longer be regulated
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Analyst: Edison may face bankruptcy
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Edison could get big breaks: If state buys utility's grid, deal includes financial gains, curb of investigation
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Roseville, SMUD see rate hikes as fallout

PG&E misses tax deadline
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Judge holds power in PG&E bankruptcy

Vultures circling bankrupt utilities as they seek cover
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Enron: Making of the Market-maker
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Enron says owed $570 million by PG&E
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PG&E's bankruptcy zaps portfolios of investors
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At the mercy of an energy cartel

Our Energies Are in the Right Place
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PG&E Took Hard Line, Dooming State Talks / Secret plan shows utility demanded less regulation  

San Diego Leaders Plead for Help on Energy
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SoCal Edison sees PUC acting fast on grid deal
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California's two largest utilities part ways in power crisis solution
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PG&E's Bankruptcy Decision
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California ISO’s Winter ‘shocked’ by FERC order
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GOP's reluctance to cap energy prices could tip West toward the Democrats
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Energy: The Next Steps  

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As Start-Ups Fail, Venture Investors Pull Out
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  CRIIMI MAE says to emerge from bankruptcy April 17
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Telecoms:

Bankrupt Telecom Consultants To Sell Assets
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Bankruptcy Clouds Fixed Wireless Arena
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DSL upstarts get run for the money Baby Bells are huge competitive force
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Bankruptcy becomes business tool - Small creditors remain at risk

Bankruptcy Reform:

New Bankruptcy Law No Improvement
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Plastic wins out

Barriers to filing bankruptcy
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Milwaukee: Bankruptcies going up in area - Proposed reform would not excuse debt as easily
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A primer on bankruptcy changes
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Allentown: As economy slows, his business grows
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Offices, Stores Hit in Downturn
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Los Angeles: Taxi Firm Files for Bankruptcy
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Can Ames Survive?
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Converse Inc. Asset Sale Approved by Court
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Fruit of the Loom: Fall of an icon - Company's demise a complex story of buyout kings and cheap labour
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Bankrupt Gencor sells division to help pay creditors
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Troubled Warnaco Fights For Its Life
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Heilig-Meyers to close by summer
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Deliberations in Brennan's bankruptcy fraud trial to enter 7th day
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Hard times spur the turnaround business
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Austin: Bankruptcy workload rises for local lawyers

 

 

 

New Bankruptcy Opinions
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Bolder Technologies files for bankruptcy protection
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Dotcoms:

Dot-com bust gives lawyers their lives back
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Truste offers privacy guidelines on bankruptcies
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Workers hit by tax nightmare must unite
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Kozmo's Last Days a Scramble for Funding
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Outpost Lays Off Workers
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Just Who Brought Those Duds to Market?
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E-Mail Debacle Puts Spotlight on EFront's Troubles
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E-business on the brink
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Bankrupt CyberCash's Operating Assets to Be Acquired Through Joint Bid Submitted by VeriSign and FDMS
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Chapter 11 and verse

Washington: Bankruptcy filings in state climb sharply
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Wichita: Sales of RVs plummet, local dealer files Chapter 11

Canada:

Canadians red-faced over Russian bankruptcy laws
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Australia:

Bankruptcy rise only beginning, say analysts
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Japan:

Record Debts for Japan Bankrupts
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804 firms request fast-track rehabilitation in law's 1st year
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Korea:

Ranks of Financial Delinquents Exceed 2 Million
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