November 1, 2007
Daily Bankruptcy News
A game plan for survival
Mayer Brown Launches Subprime Team
Advice From a Wannabe Rainmaker
A second-year earns more than the Chief Justice.
UK elite to post budget-busting results
Debevoise Announces Year-End Bonuses
Bonus Watch: Debevoise & Plimpton!!!
Bonus Watch: Simpson Thacher!!!
Outside Law Firms Still Don't Get It, In-House Counsel Say in Survey
Law Firms Seek $460 Million in Tyco-Case Fees
Brother, can you spare a tranche?
Baker Botts Adds Bankruptcy Lawyer
Watson Farley/Chadbourne merger talks hit delays
Lawyer fined for vandalizing cars after too many drinks
Law firm sues ex-NYC police commissioner for not paying bill
It's Official: Pants Suit Plaintiff Loses Post
No Time to Do Time
Stanford Law School Dean Larry Kramer on Today's Parlous State of Affairs
Attorney general nominee's confirmation may now be in doubt
The FBI, Egyptian Torture, and the Court Opinion That Wasn't
Is BigLaw Ready for Outsourcing to India?
Harvard No. 1, Yale No. 8 in Latest Rankings
Susskind predicts demise of lawyers in IT-led future
Foreclosures jump 30 percent in 3rd quarter
Construction Spending in US Unexpectedly Rose in September
Defaults on insured home mortgages rose 22%
New Jersey announces plan to target mortgage woes
Who's In Your Pocket Now? The Foxtons' Bankruptcy
Beazer Staves Off Default
Will Congress let American dream die?
Spokesman upbeat on future of Laughlin Ranch
Solutia Nabs $2B Bankruptcy-Exit Loan
Mortgage bankers oppose workouts for bankrupt homeowners
MBA Fights Two Percent Mortgage Interest Rate "Tax"
Subprime: Bankruptcy bill faces roadblocks
Key credit deal for Cheyne 'under question'
Bear CEO's handling of crisis raises issues
Bear Stearns CEO James Cayne was out of the office playing bridge and golf on critical days this summer, while two of the company's hedge funds faced turmoil
Global Power Equipment gets nod to inform creditors
Chrysler begins laying off thousands of workers
Ford, UAW talks adjourn until later this morning
Fed Lowers Key Interest Rate by a Quarter Point
US private sector adds 106000 jobs in October
U.S. economy grew at a 3.9% annual rate in the third quarter
Americans' Debt: Why Keep Digging Deeper Holes?
Surge Will Be Brief, Economists Say
US Oct Job Cuts 63,114, Down 12.0% From Sept
Congress tells IRS it can count on AMT relief before end of year
Rides Leave Wild West World
Bayonne hosp negotiating sale in court
Hospital to get a new owner
BMC to keep acute care
Former Detroit Red Wing Darren McCarty to auction some possessions
Is credit card debt the next wave of the subprime meltdown?
Maxed out on credit card fees
U.S. superfund for credit markets aims to buy time, not stage a rescue
No Ombudsman in American Home Bankruptcy
Twice As Bad Is Very Bad
Owner of $3M LeNature's diamond in dispute
AG Wants Mining Company To Pay Up For Cleanup
IRS: NYRA owes $1.6B
U.S. House backs legislation that would safeguard workers
Aon restructuring to cut 2,700 jobs
Bingham leads push for post-crunch bank-on-bank litigation
Credit Suisse takes £1bn credit crisis hit
Credit Suisse said net profit slipped 31%, and it had written down $1.9 billion for unsold leveraged loans and structured products such as mortgage securities
Bank Of America Layoffs Start At Investment Bank Division
New Bankruptcy Opinions
Chapter 7, 12 & 13 Private Trustee Locator
Recent Ch. 11 Filings
Prisoners of Debt
Merrill board: Too late to the game
Finance firms face further writedowns
Futures Drop After Credit Suisse Write Down
The Next Worry: Bond Insurers
Discharges Conveniently Not Updating? - A lawsuit charges two credit bureaus with calculated carelessness
8 secret scores that lenders keep
What's Behind the Drop in Corporate Fraud Indictments?
Companies under backdating spotlight shell out massive legal fees
Convicted white-collar criminals owe billions in restitution. Getting them to pay it is another story
Hawaiian Holdings shares rise after lawsuit win
Airline Analyst Peter Forman on go!'s Future
Mesa vows to stay in Hawaii, appeal judge's ruling
Specter, Casey blister US Airways
Sprint Nextel reported a 77% drop in net income as it continued to lose high-margin subscribers
Federal Trade Commission bans Asset Protection Group Inc.
Dave's Required Bankruptcy Reading for June 2007
Zack's Required Bankruptcy Reading for July 2007
Nearsighted Justice - When Is It Good For A Court To Err In Deciding To Liquidate?
Livent: Accountants get the hook
Dutch court voids YUKOS bankruptcy in Netherlands
"Auction of Yukos Dutch assets was illegal"
Deutsche Bank Shrinks Bonus Pool After Writedowns