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  • Avaya nearing to file for bankruptcy protection

    Multinational Internet-Telephone firm based in Santa Clara, Ca., Avaya is expected to file for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy to address their massive debts, as well as auction their assets, a report of Market Watch stated on November 25. Reports revealed that the company had been burdened by too much debt and that the filing could come […]

  • American Apparel seeks bankruptcy protection again

    Los Angeles-based clothing line American Apparel filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy on November 14, several months after they completed a previous bankruptcy filing, an article of USA Today reported. According to reports, the second bankruptcy filing was considered after the company’s recovery plan failed to save the company as expected. In fact, American Apparel’s recent annual sales record dropped ...

  • Caesars Palace Parent Company Begins to Exit Bankruptcy

    The Caesars Entertainment Operating Co (CEOC) main casino operating unit filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy back in January of 2015. The bankruptcy came as the result of $18 billion of debt owed by the company to creditors. Recently, after more than a year of intense legal proceedings, the Caesars entity has formulated a plan of […]

  • 3 types of claims under Chapter 12 Bankruptcy

    Families who own and operate a farm or fishery in North Carolina often find themselves burdened by financial problems as their businesses are greatly affected by natural disasters every year. Individuals who are allowed by the court to file for Chapter 12 Bankruptcy should know that the filing has three claims according to the law. […]

  • Several Aéropostale outlets in NC to remain open after bankruptcy

    Well-known American apparel brand Aéropostale is planning to retain hundreds more of its stores than anticipated, including some in North Carolina area, after their bankruptcy procedure, according to an article in the Triangle Business Journal. Reports said that Aéropostale will retain their five outlets in the Triangle that have been included in the partial list […]

  • Benefits of “automatic stay” in Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

    For some businessmen who found themselves dealing with great financial issues, filing for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy could be one of their best options to possibly have temporary immunity from the hassles of debts. Debtors who are undergoing this bankruptcy procedure are protected by “automatic stay”, allowing them to focus on how they could reorganize their […]

  • Teen apparel company in N.C. expected to file for bankruptcy

    Another well-known teen apparel company with branches in North Carolina is expected to seek bankruptcy protection due to stiff competition with new brands, a January 3 article of The News & Observer reported. According to reports, at least 240 stores of “The Limited” are expected to cease operating, as their sales have dropped significantly. There […]

  • Flash storage pioneer Violin Memory files for bankruptcy

    California-based technology company Violin Memory recently revealed they filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy after failing to keep up with the stiff data storage competition, an article of CRN reported on December 15. According to reports, Violin Memory plans to sell their assets in an auction as part of the bankruptcy filing. Though the company was a […]

  • Southern Season to continue operation despite ownership change

    Delaware-based company Calvert Retail recently said it will continue to operate Southern Season in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, an article of Triangle Business Journal reported on December 1. The confirmation came from Calvert Retail CEO Eric Brinsfield after the company acquired Southern Season for $3.5 million in August. According to reports, under its new owner, Southern […]

  • Logan’s Roadhouse promise to improve more after bankruptcy

    Well-known casual dining restaurant chain in the U.S., Logan’s Roadhouse, is expected to make major improvements to their marketing strategy after announcing that they have exited Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, an article of Dayton Daily News reported on November 30. According to reports, one of Logan’s Dayton, Ohio outlets ceased operation in September, claiming that they […]

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  • Aéropostale allowed to emerge from bankruptcy filing

    A federal judge recently gave a go signal to teen clothing company Aéropostale, allowing them to exit from the Chapter 11 Bankruptcy they filed, a September 13 article of Fortune reported. Reports revealed that General Growth Properties and Simon Property Group, which partly own 229 outlets of Aéropostale, made a $243 million bid to prevent […]

  • Popular South Stratford Road restaurant filed for Chapter 11

    A Chapter 11 Bankruptcy protection was recently filed by the popular Cities Bar and Grill Inc. so they could reorganize the business, a September 7 article in the Winston-Salem Journal reported. Though the restaurant owners did not issue a statement regarding the filing, reports confirmed that company Vice President Sammy Ballas had submitted the bankruptcy […]

Bradford Law Offices

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  • Why consider filing for Chapter 12 Bankruptcy?

    Businesses that are related to farming and fisheries are very much unpredictable compared to other types of business as it could also be affected by natural calamities. However, families who own and run such kinds of an enterprise may consider filing for Chapter 12 Bankruptcy if they become unable to settle their debts. Below are […]

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