Judge Directs Time Warner and AT&T to Extend Termination Deadline

Federal Judge Richard Leon told attorneys for AT&T and Time Warner that the companies are going have to extend the April 22 termination date for their merger because hefeatured

Maryland Delays Ruling on WGL/AltaGas Deal

Maryland regulators agreed to push back a ruling on the acquisition by AltaGas of WGL by four months after the gas companies submitted a last-minute settlementfeatured

Trial Date Expected to Accommodate Time Warner/AT&T

A federal judge overseeing the AT&T antitrust trial is expected to set a trial date To Keep Reading, Request a Trial Already a subscriber? Log-infeatured

AltaGas Beats Back Delay in WGL Merger Proceedings

AltaGas appears to have defeated an effort by the District of Columbia government and other interest groups that would have added ten weeks to the review To Keep Reading, Request a Trial Already a subscriber? Log-infeatured

Judge Rejects Puerto Rico Bondholders’ Bid

A federal judge denied a request by hedge funds and other Puerto Rico creditors for a comprehensive probe which they hoped would lead to an invalidation of the 2017featured

Puerto Rico Oversight Panel Eyes Debt Moratorium

The congressionally mandated oversight panel monitoring Puerto Rico’s finances is expected to propose a five-year moratorium on debt service whenfeatured

Parties in Windstream Default Dispute Given More Time

Windstream Services held off a default challenge by Aurelius Capital for at least a few weeks after completing an exchange of senior notes Monday for notes Aureliusfeatured

Appeals Court Questions Fannie/Freddie Case

Judges on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit expressed doubt this morning at an investor challenge of the U.S. Treasury’s decision to seize all profitsfeatured

Judge Approves DIP Financing to Carry Toys R Us Through Holidays

A federal bankruptcy judge approved a $3.125 billion debtor in possession financing package for Toy R Us Tuesday that will carry the financially troubled toy retailerfeatured

Fannie/Freddie Legal Challenges Proceed While Investors Seek High Court Review

Investors in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac plan to continue their challenge of the government’s claim on all profits earned by the mortgage giants even as they wait to see if the Supreme Courtfeatured


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