March 19, 2007
Daily Bankruptcy News
Airports, residents across Northeast dig out from storm
Passengers again stranded on jets at New York airport
Bankruptcy Judge Gives Delta More Time
Republic strategizing in wake of Delta's service agreement revision
Judge Gives Northwest More Time To Control Reorg Plan
More Firms Pony Up First-Year Raises
Where Will In-House Counsel Draw the Line on Associate Costs?
DuPont's Litigation Chief Speaks out on Law Firm Mergers--Bigger Isn't Better
Law firm associates want more than money
Headhunter Pays Prospects a Bonus
Senator insists Bush aides testify on firing of attorneys
Fired prosecutor recalls praise from DOJ
Banc of America Lawyers Call for Removal of Kasowitz Benson as Counsel
Milberg Weiss Criticized for Misrepresenting Involvement in Indictment
As issues evolve, Supreme Court holds to tradition
Attorney Scandal Threatens Gonzales' Job
Sheppard Opens Office in Shanghai
Game Theory: "You Talkin' To Me?"
Saul Ewing Names Bankruptcy Partner As Marketing Partner (scroll down)
Janet Reno: Bangs the winner
Reverse Discrimination at Law Firms
DIY legal stores walk fine line
Advice for Clerkship Seekers: Bring Duck and Apple Wontons to Your Interview
Why Are Judges Citing Fewer Law Review Articles?
Should We Require Lawyers to Have a Clue?
LaMonica, Herbst & Maniscalco Names New Bankruptcy Partner (scroll down)
List of Shame: The Final Five
An Economist's Courtroom Bonanza
Viva La Diva!
Prosecutors to focus on Black 'trickery'
As Black's fraud trial begins, defense expected to argue he was entitled to funds
Because he got under America's skin
Conrad Black: A Nixed Juror's Diatribe & Fast Eddie's ZZZs
Policing the behavior of bosses can prove to be a costly business
Black facing fight of his life
Conrad Black: Stay in a Holiday Inn? You must be joking
Black's ex-partner settles, to pay millions in penalties
All parties poised for final countdown
Jury selection to start for Qwest chief
Qwest ex-CEO's trial means a lot to many
Regulation Costing Attorneys More Time
More Outside Directors Taking Lead
St. Louis woman sentenced for bankruptcy fraud
Jacko: Stingy tipper
Diamond company LID in Chapter 11
Payday lenders will end loans to military
Music instrument maker sues store for $3.5M
Bankruptcy for the Poor?
Consumer Price Gains Limit Fed's Room to Maneuver
Nissan Chief Ghosn to Step Away From North America Unit
More auto suppliers looking for fast, easy bankruptcy
Delphi to seek green light for more than $7 million in bonuses to executives (scroll down)
Union leaders vow they would fight a sale of DaimlerChrysler's U.S. unit, Chrysler, to a private-equity buyer.
Chrysler breakup opposed
Dealers want info on Chrysler future
FHA steps in to emerging subprime lending void
Warren: From Liar's Loans to Liar's Ratings?
Did bankruptcy changes help hit subprime?
Will I get crushed by the Subprime fallout?
Wall Street Reassures On Subprime, But There Are Skeptics
Hedge Funds Continue Bets on Mortgage Implosions
Subprime: What Next?
Walls closing in on homeowners
Easy-credit loans can be hard on us all - Destabilizing threat to entire communities
Mortgage CEO defends New Century
Reforms take aim at risky home loans
Firm Claims Defaults Are Understated
Mortgage market upsets investors
Lenders fear credit clampdown after subprime meltdown
Subprime fallout the ugly downside after land of excess
Farewell, easy credit
Trump Tower Tampa sued; 2 seek return of deposit - "There's a real risk you're going to see a bankruptcy filing"
Disgraced ex-judge's farmland to be sold in bankruptcy auction
Plenty of home loans but not much sense
Payton Construction files for Chapter 11
Dodd says hearings will be held next week on subprime lenders
Lender's Execs Regroup
Investors swoop in when owners default
Cashing in on blight
Cashing in on blight (2)
Azabu assets bring $445 million bid
SD diocese follows lead of others in bankruptcy
No need for Toledo to consider bankruptcy, officials say
Default may hurt chances for Los Osos sewer loan
Bankruptcy Court OKs Asarco Labor Deal
Since when did investors not have the right to know?
Boom Times Ahead for Bankruptcy Lawyers?
Restructuring industry foresees wave of insolvencies
Refco administrators want more time to probe turnaround firm Alix Partners fee request (scroll down)
Borrowing Without Limits - Loan Terms Used in LBOs May Spell Doom for Some
Bankruptcy Codes and Innovation
Household Consumption and Personal Bankruptcy
Case Roundup for Week Ended 3/18/2007
New Bankruptcy Opinions
Chapter 7, 12 & 13 Private Trustee Locator
Recent Ch. 11 Filings
Law Firms Ramp Up Restructuring Teams For Bankruptcy Upswing
Inflation, Factory Data Squeeze Fed
The New Face of Capitalism - Private buyers are gobbling up some of the premier names in corporate America
Financial stocks have been hardest hit by woes in the subprime-mortgage sector and are being closely watched for clues to what it will take for the broader market to rebound
Jobs Trump Subprime Woes?
Economy Can Withstand Foreclosures
More families living near poverty level
Bankruptcy documents show complex structure of Doctors' Hospital
St. Mary's takeover of PBI suffers from complications
Uninsured ranks in US include more than poor
Bankruptcy Court Approves Sales of CattleLog and VerifEYE
Grant Thornton interim revenues surge 16%
Cytyc - Diagnosis: Restatement
Auditors Fear for Mathstar's Future
Creditors and Corporate Governance
Credit companies' shifty rules
Creditors' legalese ensnares Americans
A roundhouse kick to credit card companies
CME Pushes Back Credit Derivatives Index Launch To May
Ameren gives top executives bonuses
Shares of Bally shed 62 percent of value
A Titan of Private Equity, Bankruptcy Advisor, May Go Public
Behind the Veil at Blackstone? Probably Another Veil
The Blackstone-Simpson Thacher Connection
Just pray this country doesn't go sub-prime
Fraudulent activity with British credit cards abroad almost doubled
China raises interest rates third time in a year
Former Livedoor chief gets two and a half years for fraud
Credit card debt traps
Malaysians pay price for free-spending
Bankruptcies hit 8-year high
Yes, our homes are worth more, but we're piling up debt, statistics show
Creditors in CR get least amount from bankruptcy