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Fed bankruptcy judge approves $8.3B Purdue Pharma settlement

"This milestone settlement should be approved now -- not delayed, deferred, or risked,” the Stamford drug maker said in a statement.

Katonah chiropractor can’t escape $4.2M pregnancy discrimination claim

The decisions trace back to a seven-year legal fight by three women Paswall fired because they were pregnant.

Lawyer loses $136,000 fee for flouting family court rules

"Actions such as Mr. Molbert’s … are so inimical to, or at least incompatible with, the rule of law as to require the forfeiture of then-unbilled fees and expenses as a check against such actions ever being taken.”

Allways East scion Edward Koller ordered to pay $342,000 to bankrupt...

Allways East insiders used the company as a “personal piggy bank,” according to an adversary proceeding filed last year against Koller, “funneling money out of the debtor’s estate that could have been used to pay … legitimate creditors.”

Purdue Pharma attorneys ask for lawsuits to be put on hold

Purdue Pharma said its request was not "out of a desire to benefit or protect" anyone, "including any member of the Sackler families."

Judge rules Purdue Pharma can stay in business as bankruptcy, settlement...

The bankruptcy proceedings could take over a year, according to lawyers for the Stamford-based OxyContin maker.

Trustee wants do-over in photocopier schemer’s bankruptcy

Salesman Joseph Holzberg had forged contracts, stashed copiers in a warehouse and hoped customers didn’t notice they were making payments on equipment they didn’t possess.

Bankruptcy judge awards $1.7M to Executex in photocopier scam

Whether Executex can actually collect on the judgment is questionable, in that Holzberg has filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, declaring $732,080 in assets and $836,400 in liabilities.

Judge Drain rules against whistleblower in alleged health care kickback case

The problem, Drain ruled, was a “lack of particularity.” The law requires details: what exactly happened, when and where?

Singapore company files for $325M bankruptcy in White Plains

Blue Ocean Resources is a subsidiary of PT Central Proteina Prima, an aquaculture company based in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Home Town Media files for bankruptcy

The media group's landlord, GHP Hamilton LLC of West Harrison, is challenging the very legality of the bankruptcy.

Hostess liquidation proceedings on hold

Mediation proceedings are expected to commence Nov. 20 between Hostess and representatives of the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers International Union, which has been on strike since Nov. 9.