Can Coronavirus Impact Your Bankruptcy Case?

The COVID-19 crisis has sent unemployment filings into a tailspin. According to ABC News, nearly 10 million Americans filed for unemployment protections in March 2020. Businesses quickly shuttered their doors. Others sharply reduced hours for employees and limited what services…


Major Airlines Seek Government Assistance to Avoid Bankruptcy

Not only is the current COVID-19 virus affecting the lives of the tens of thousands of global citizens that it infects and sickens, but the subsequent economic downturn is gravely affecting countless individuals who would have otherwise been “unaffected” by…


Boy Scouts of America Files for Bankruptcy Amid a Flurry of Sexual Abuse Lawsuits

Over 3,000 men have come forward to sue the Boy Scouts of America, claiming they were molested when they were minors, under the care of the Boy Scouts. Many more are expected to come forward, now that the Boy Scouts…


Another U.S. Dairy Companies Files for Bankruptcy

It seems like only yesterday, the milk industry was thriving. With clever “Got Milk” campaigns supported by celebrities, catchy phrases such as “Milk, It Does a Body Good,” and mom’s own nurturing beliefs that milk was necessary to build strong…


A Trucking Company’s Demise: New Trend in The Industry?

Celadon Group’s recent filing for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy marks the largest ever trucking sector bankruptcy in history. And it was abrupt, leaving over 3,000 drivers jobless, stranded with their rigs, and far from home. Our experienced Las Vegas bankruptcy attorneys…


Faraday Future founder files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy; owes China $3.6 Billion

The founder and former CEO of Faraday Future, Jia Yueting, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in a Delaware court in an attempt to tackle his long list of debts in his home country: China. The mega-wealthy businessman owes over $3…


Forever 21 Owes Over $20 Million to Mall Owners

Forever 21 may or may not be so “forever.” The teenage mall staple just filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and is beginning the tedious process of restructuring after a fateful past few years. Experienced Las Vegas bankruptcy lawyers say they…


Major Retailers Heading for Bankruptcy A Growing Trend

Earlier this month, Fred’s announced its decision to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and the shutting down of all its retail stores. The trend continues in an increasingly digital retail world: retailer after retailer can’t adapt to the growing world…


Iconic High-End Retailer Barneys Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Barneys New York, founded nearly a century ago, is fighting to keep open its 10-story flagship Madison Avenue store, after securing $75 million in financing to pay employees and vendors, all the while seeking a buyer. Their filing for Chapter…


Las Vegas Monorail Secures New Loans

The Las Vegas Monorail project has not had an easy past. Over seven years ago, The Las Vegas Monorail Co. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, wiping out 98 percent of bondholder’s money. However, as of this month, the LV Monorail…