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December 4, 2022 - 11 new headlines

Winc Sinks Into Bankruptcy as Taste for Wine Subscriptions Sours - PYMNTS.com

12/04/2022 Winc Sinks Into Bankruptcy as Taste for Wine Subscriptions Sours  PYMNTS.com [more]
Tags: Liquidation, News

Cineworld Says It Intends to Emerge from Bankruptcy Intact - Bloomberg

12/04/2022 Cineworld Says It Intends to Emerge from Bankruptcy Intact  Bloomberg [more]
Tags: News, Reorganizations

Business People: HealthPartners’ DeLinda Washington honored for diversity efforts - St. Paul Pioneer Press

12/04/2022 Business People: HealthPartners’ DeLinda Washington honored for diversity efforts  St. Paul Pioneer Press [more]
Tags: Lawsuits, News

Moonstone: How a state charter for a tiny bank in Farmington could have built a financial empire - Yahoo News

12/04/2022 Moonstone: How a state charter for a tiny bank in Farmington could have built a financial empire  Yahoo News [more]
Tags: Filings, News

Matano: A path forward for the Rochester diocese - The Citizen

12/04/2022 Matano: A path forward for the Rochester diocese  The Citizen [more]
Tags: Lawsuits, News

SAS Sends First A350 To Storage – Airways - Airways Magazine

12/04/2022 SAS Sends First A350 To Storage – Airways  Airways Magazine [more]
Tags: News, Reorganizations

Abbreviated Pundit Roundup: Info Wars - Daily Kos

12/04/2022 Abbreviated Pundit Roundup: Info Wars  Daily Kos [more]
Tags: Lawsuits, News

Irony in crypto lender filing for Chapter 11 protection - The Journal

12/04/2022 Irony in crypto lender filing for Chapter 11 protection  The Journal [more]
Tags: News, Reorganizations

Columbia Falls developers warn moratorium would be "devasting" - The Maine Monitor

12/04/2022 Columbia Falls developers warn moratorium would be "devasting"  The Maine Monitor [more]
Tags: Filings, News

Moonstone: How a state charter for a tiny bank in Farmington could have built a financial empire - The Spokesman Review

12/04/2022 Moonstone: How a state charter for a tiny bank in Farmington could have built a financial empire  The Spokesman Review [more]
Tags: Filings, News

Blogs

Counsel's Retention of "Wet Signatures" Overcomes Debtor's "Faulty" Memory

12/02/2022 Sometimes debtors get buyer's regret after filing a bankruptcy petition.  However, once a bankruptcy petition is filed, it remains on the debtor's credit for ten years. One debtor sought to throw his attorney under the bus by claiming that the bankruptcy filing had never been authorized. [more]
Tags: ATexasBankruptcyLawyersBlog, Bankruptcy Blogs, ethics, filer's regret, Fred Braverman, wet signature