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Business Bankruptcy in California | Small Business Bankruptcy Attorney

There are many different situations which can lead to a business bankruptcy filing including a reduction in revenues, loss of customer base, increased competition and increased business costs.  Small business owners know all too well that a slight disruption in revenues can have major ramifications if not managed carefully.  Of […]

Dippin Dots Bankruptcy

The self-described “ice cream of the future,” Dippin’ Dots Inc., has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. For more than a year, the company has been fighting off foreclosure efforts from Regions Bank. However, the future of ice cream is having trouble staying afloat. Dippin’ Dots manufactures specialty ice cream […]

American Apparel Struggles to Avoid Bankruptcy

American Apparel is a popular apparel company based in Los Angeles, California. The retail-clothing distributor currently employs approximately 10,000 people globally, 5,000 of which are in Los Angeles. American Apparel operates more than 285 retail stores in 20 countries. They announced last week that in an effort to avoid declaring […]

Bankrupt Casino Makes a Bid for Itself

According to Reuters news, a Nevada judge has recently accepted a $772 million bid for the bankrupt Station Casino, Inc.—from its present owners, Frank and Lorenzo Fertitta. The company was founded by the owners’ father, Frank Fertitta Jr., in 1976. Station Casinos, established and based in Las Vegas, filed for […]