July 20, 2000

Daily Bankruptcy News

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Claridge:

Bondholders of Atlantic City, N.J., Casino Rebuff Billionaires Takeover Plan

Claridge Reports Revised Balloting Results

Claridge Reorganization Plan Rejected

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Metrocall Offers to Buy Paging in Stock-Cash Deal

Tri-Valley:

Federal Aid Unlikely For Tri-Valley

Tomato growers short on options

Tri-Valley: Workers Told To Keep The Faith

Tri-Valley: Emergency Two-Week Loan Approved

Ripple Effect Begins

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Japan:

Lawyer nabbed for loan ties
Renegotiating clients' debt violated law, police allege

Sogo's collapse may bring about new financial order

Sogo May Lose Apparel Supply

Explanations fail to clarify the mess surrounding Sogo

Sogo's Sorry Saga

Suppliers Try To Retrieve Goods From Sogo

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Keathly Aviation Seeks Dismissal of Chapter 11 Case In Order To Pursue Litigation

Former Pastor Whose Creditors Include Members of Congregation Wants Bankruptcy Dismissed

Bondholders Complicate GAM Debt-Restructuring Plans

 

 

New Bankruptcy Opinions
(6 new opinions today)

Dotcoms:

Does Bankruptcy Void A Dotcom's Customer Guarantees?

Don't ban all data sales

Liquidation firm seeing more dot-com clients

FTC Complaint Against Toysmart

Pixelon Scrapes Together Some Cash

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Safety-Kleen:

Safety-Kleen Finalizes Debtor-in-Possession Financing

Safety-Kleen Gets Nod for $100 Million DIP Financing

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Creditors of French Companies Are Exposed To Higher Risks

Bankruptcy Not a Way Out for Deadbeat Dads

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