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 believe this is just the beginning of a much larger industry downturn. What Led to …

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 billion to 100+ creditors. His company, Faraday Future, is an American startup company focusing on …

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 expect to see more retailers following suit. As part of the meticulous process of restructuring, …

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 of e-commerce and deplete their resources as they struggle to stay afloat. Eventually, they drown …

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 11 bankruptcy was shocking, but not unexpected given the current retail climate. Sister stores in …

10 Years Since the Fontainebleau Went Bankrupt

The state of the U.S. economy in 2009 was not happy news for many individuals or companies, and the Las Vegas hotel/casino Fontainebleau was not immune to the looming financial woes. In the spring of 2009, the developers of the Fontainebleau issued a bleak warning to their lenders: if more monies were not invested in …

Cannabis Company CWNevada Faces 6 Lawsuits and Files for Bankruptcy

It seemed to outsiders that the marijuana industry in Las Vegas would be nothing but a BOOM – with the lucky dispensary license holders sure to make millions off locals and tourists alike, looking for a welcomed ‘high.’ However, despite how green the grass is in the marijuana industry, it is not always an easy …

Payless ShoeSource Files for Bankruptcy Again

Less than two years after Payless emerged from its 2017 bankruptcy, the 63-year-old shoe retailer is filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy again. The going-out-of-business liquidation sales began at over 2,500 stores in the US and Canada. Sixteen thousand employees will lose their jobs. The process is set to conclude by the end of May. Why …

Colleen’s Consignment Files for Bankruptcy Leaving Customers Enraged

Customers who placed furniture for sale in Colleen’s Consignment Stores are disgruntled at the fact that the stores have declared bankruptcy – leaving their belongings in limbo, yet to be rightfully returned. Las Vegas bankruptcy lawyers agree that this situation is less than ideal for customers of Colleen’s Consignment. Las Vegas Bankruptcy Leaves Customers in …