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  • February 21, 2024

    Texas Investors Ask Del. Justices To Revive Land Trust Suit

    An attorney for Texas' largest landholder told Delaware's Supreme Court on Wednesday that stockholders bound themselves to support a massive new share issue when they secured two board seats in 2021, dooming their efforts to reverse a Court of Chancery dismissal of their suit challenging the additional share issuance last year.

  • February 21, 2024

    CoStar, Hotel Giants Accused Of Data-Driven Price-Fixing

    Hilton, Hyatt and other big name hotel operators are the target of a proposed class action alleging they colluded with hospitality industry analytics firm CoStar Group Inc. to fix prices in luxury hotel markets in Seattle and other major U.S. cities, according to a suit filed in Washington federal court.

  • February 21, 2024

    5th Circ. Affirms Subrogation Loss In Fieldwood Energy Sale

    The Fifth Circuit has ruled that a group of insurers that issued surety bonds to bankrupt Fieldwood Energy in a sale of its assets are not entitled to subrogation rights because the bankruptcy court's order stripping their rights could not be challenged under Section 363 of the Bankruptcy Code, a protection that limits appellate review of an approved sale.

  • February 21, 2024

    Appliance Parts Maker Can Mediate Creditor Suits In Ch. 11

    A Texas bankruptcy judge on Wednesday granted an appliance components producer's request in its Chapter 11 case to engage in mediation with Invesco, a lender group and other parties to address "significant issues" tied to two lawsuits brought against the company last year.

  • February 21, 2024

    Texas Seeks Nonprofit Shutdown, Alleges Migrant Smuggling

    Texas' attorney general wants a court in El Paso County to shut down a Catholic nonprofit organization for allegedly denying the state immediate access to records to evaluate whether the organization was smuggling or harboring migrants, among other alleged legal violations.

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