December 22, 2004
Daily Bankruptcy News
Victims fume as disgraced attorney basks in Fla.
At Bonus Time, East Is Best, West Is Least
Firm Acquires New York Boutique
With Top Firms' Help, Legal Aid Avoids Bankruptcy
Near-Death Experience Forces Partner to Rethink Her Lifestyle
Republican Court in Name Only?
Lawyers Disqualified Over 'Leaked' Defense Strategy 'Blueprint'
Big Plot Twist in 'Sopranos' Lawsuit
Firm Gets Hip to Lure Law Students
NY Practice Leader Switches Firms
Young Lawyer Builds Her Practice One TV News Gig at a Time
Confessions of a PC/Windows Snob
Yukos Bankruptcy Resumes Wednesday; Direction Not Clear
YUKOS May Seek U.S. Ruling vs. Gazprom
Gazprom reveals disposal of unit
New court needed for Yukos affair
Yukos Used Questionable Methods To File Charges In American Court?
Russian Expert On Houston Yukos Verdict
Intrigue Deepens Over Yukos Buyer
Buyer of oil subsidiary may sell to state-controlled gas company
Yukos, in search of lifejacket, heads back to US courts
Russia's president addresses Yukos sale
Putin: Yukos Sale Legal
Yukos assets 'could pass to Gazprom and the Chinese'
Chinese puzzle in auction of Yukos
Putin Won't Rule Out China Involvement In Yugansk
LJM2 Court Says Enron Unit Banks Can Sue Ltd Partners
Wall Street firms post big profits
2004 Winners and Losers of Business World
Both lender, Chiofaro claim win in accord
Great Northern Paper Trustee Sues East Millinocket, Others
Record US Corporate Bond Issuance In 2004? Not Really...
Hospital closing impacts many in region
Auto-parts sector sends dire warning to Big Three
NorthWestern to Pay Down $14.5 Million in Secured Debt From Asset Sale Proceeds
Medical Solutions in 6.4 mln fundraising; warns of bankruptcy risk
Retailer solvent at filing, judge rules / Ruling in Heilig-Meyers bankruptcy means some creditors keep million
Airlines to Battle High Costs in 2005
Judge OKs Southwest deal with ATA
Southwest's reach could grow
United's financing plan faulted by union leader
Delta offers its workers new stock
Industry Leaders Identify Trends for 2005
2 UAL Unions, Retirees, PBGC Meet On Pension Issue
Unions fight over pension plans at United
Bankrupt UAL posts $87 mln net loss in November
British Airways on "Tightrope"
Brazil Appeals Court Seeks Deal Between Govt, Airlines
UAL Machinists, Flight Attendants Meet On Pensions
Fitch Revises America West Airlines' Outlook to Negative
Tenet Healthcare Settles Bogus Heart Surgery Claims for $395 Million
A.I.G. Scrutiny About to Enter the Next Phase
Fannie Mae Fires Raines and Howard After Accounting Mistakes
MAD About Fannie
Fannie Mae CEO, CFO exit amid turmoil
Garamendi Rejects UnumProvident Deal
SEC May Charge MetLife
Morningstar Says It Faces SEC Examination Of Two Units
How Citigroup's Reach Got It Caught in Japan
Thinking the unthinkable
Economy's Scant Use of Capital, Workers May Slow Fed Rate Hikes
ACTU confident on Hardie deal
Hardie deal 'morally binding'
Hardie deal 'morally binding'
Union Pacific To Record 4Q Asbestos Charge
MBK files for bankruptcy
Suitors line up for Stelco
Algoma weighs bid for Stelco
Ontario Teachers', Sherritt Bid for Bankrupt Stelco
Algoma Steel Says It Is Considering a Bid for Stelco
Bank Earnings Likely to Weaken in 2005
New Bankruptcy Opinions
Recent Ch. 11 Filings
In bankruptcy court, attorneys argue ownership of rare, Civil War-era letters
Pensions at risk - Bankruptcies strain agency that backs retirement plans
Internet service provider pulls plug, sends customers to Qwest
Star Gas Partners averts bankruptcy
Terra Industries Inc. Completes Acquisition of Mississippi Chemical Corporation
Torch Offshore Announces Appointment of Chief Restructuring Advisor
Trico Commences Prepackaged Bankruptcy; Seeks January Confirmation Hearing Date
More Britons are going for broke
Bankrupt lawyer: 'I was foolish'
Former employees of bankrupt carpet factory get lung health checks after 10 deaths
Creditors Seek to Liquidate LG Card if Former Owners Reject Aid
LG Group May Join a Second Bailout of LG Card
FTC Takes Back Seat on LG Card, Creditor Face-off
Air China denies any plan to invest in CAO
Bankruptcy petitions, orders fall in Nov
EU standardization could bankrupt 'custom made' manufacturers
Parmalat creditors get shares
Afton Granted Further Extension Of CCAA Restructuring
Thistle Mining to cancel existing stock in bankruptcy-court restructuring
Daiei to get 5.7 bln dlr aid package from main creditor banks
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