How Smaller Firms Can Go Global Without Going Bankrupt
Setting up shop across the globe may seem impossible for smaller law firms, but it can be done — and it's not the only way to get business overseas. Here, Law360 looks at what firms should think about when deciding whether, and how, to go global.
PG&E is going bankrupt. What that means for ratepayers, wildfire survivors
PG&E said Monday it plans to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection to deal with claims from the Camp Fire and the 2017 Northern California wildfires.
10 Mind-Numbing Figures That Define PG&E's Bankruptcy
It could cost up to $150 billion just for PG&E to comply with court orders -- and that's only one outrageous figure.
The Hacker's Guide to Investors, from PG Essay
An infographic guide to investors, their thinking and psychology in 23 points. As told by Y Combinator founder Paul Graham in his eponymous essay.
What Happens When Apartment Complex Goes Bankrupt?
It is a frightening prospect, but it could happen to you: Your landlord files for bankruptcy. If it does happen to you, there is no need to be alarmed. Tenant rights are strongly protected in the ...
Commentary: PG&E is going into bankruptcy. But what happens after it comes out?
Pacific Gas & Electric was the only California utility to file for bankruptcy protection when the state went through a self-inflicted energy crisis in the early 2000s. Now it is
What Happens If A Country Goes Bankrupt?
Subscribe! bitly.com/1iLOHml Many countries have been almost or completely bankrupt in recent history with Greece now on the brink of bankruptcy. So, ...
What Happens to My Sears Gift Cards and Warranties if the Store Goes Bankrupt?
Sears is on the brink. Here's what that means for its customers wondering about gift cards and warranties.
What to Do if a Retailer Goes Bankrupt
According to the American Bankruptcy Institute, in 2016 bankruptcy filings from U.S. businesses increased 26 percent from 2015 totals. Business bankruptcies can sometimes leave confused shoppers wondering what will happen to goods they haven’t received, gift cards and outstanding warranties. Bankruptcy in itself is a lengthy, complicated process where it is often the responsibility of the consumer to receive what they are due.
PG&E Just Filed for Bankruptcy: Here's What Happens Next
Utility's filing marks the beginning of a long and expensive process that will likely leave ratepayers, wildfire victims, creditors and shareholders ultimately unhappy.
If a Company You Work for Goes Bankrupt, What Happens to Your 401k
The Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) provides these protections by requiring the plan assets to be held in a trust account, apart from the employer's assets.
Here's what will happen to your Sears warranty if the company goes bankrupt (SHLD)
Albert Barrera of Odessa, Texas, walked into a Sears store recently with a pressing question for the manager: "If Sears closes, who will service my refrigerator?" Sears has long been a top seller of home appliances in the US, and with those appliances, the retailer has sold countless warranties. According to bankruptcy lawyer Corali Lopez-Castro Sears would have a lot of creditors to pay — including…
Going bankrupt? Here's what really happens when you file for bankruptcy
Going bankrupt might seem like an extreme but attractive way to wipe your financial slate clean, but it's not a decision to take lightly. Here's how it works.
If Wildfires Drive PG&E Into Bankruptcy, What Happens to Renewable Energy Contracts?
Credit Suisse sees a long-shot threat to solar and wind PPAs if bankruptcy leads to contracts being renegotiated.