September 15, 2000

Daily Bankruptcy News

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On Shaky Ground: E-lawyers are learning to cope with the demise of startups that might have made their law firms rich

Movie Theater Industry:

The Dominos Keep Falling: General Cinema Cos may seek bankruptcy protection

Regal Cinema scaling back to try to avoid bankruptcy



Sears faces lawsuit on debt collections

Sears Using Illegal Debt Collection Tactics?
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Peachtree Natural Gas Files $50 Million Lawsuit Against Atlanta Gas Light, Claiming AGL Caused Bankruptcy

Caremark Rx Announces Confirmation of Medpartners Provider Network's Plan of Reorganization

Aryan Nations leader appeals $5.1 million judgment

Tri-Valley, Union arguing over benefits

Regulators approve Icahn's takeover of Sands

Allen Questrom: Retail's repair-man

Tennessee Slips From Number One To Number Two In Rate Of Personal Bankruptcy


  Lenders Leave Premier Cruise Dead in the Water


Tricon Global sees $80 - $100 million charge in AmeriServe bankruptcy

Tricon Global Restaurants Views Filing of AmeriServe Plan of Reorganization as Significant Step Toward Positive Bankruptcy Resolution


Gekas Tells NAFCU Not to Give Up on Bankruptcy Bill

Heilig-Meyers Bankruptcy Hits Maytag Profits

Internet Becoming Dotcom Graveyard as Sites Outlast Businesses, Pet Projects

Malibu Entertainment Worldwide Announces Additional Forbearance of Debt Obligations

Students binge on credit

U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Margaret Mahoney Tuesday approved Prichard's Plan

Akron councilman files for bankruptcy
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Bankruptcy Or Blasphemy: Israeli Farmers Face A Tough Choice

Sun Healthcare's New Leaders Talk of Recovery


New Bankruptcy Opinions
(2 new opinions today)


450 billion yen waiver for Kumagai

Corporate bankruptcies leap 21.5%

Japan plans tax reforms

Mixed indicators as Japan prepares next stimulus package



Anglicans in Cariboo to vote on bankruptcy

Pender Capital Corporation - Acceptance of Garibaldi Granite Group's Proposal

$500/Week Construction Worker Declares Bankruptcy Owing $10 Million



Two Asian airlines said interested in Aerolineas



Legal Execution Dept to Propose Revisions to Bankruptcy Law



Ford Won't Make Bid For Daewoo Motor



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