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U.S. District Judge Laura Taylor Swain in a four-page opinion said Puerto Rico made a strong showing there could be a "considerable impact...
University of Puerto Rico (UPR) chemists are facing tough times as the island nation's budget crisis is worsening and student strikes have shut...
Judge Laura Taylor Swain will preside over the government’s debt restructuring cases
With Puerto Rico on the brink of entering an unprecedented bankruptcy, Wall Street firms with billions of dollars on the line are losing hope of...
The Oversight Board officially opens the path for submitting restructuring cases
FAFAA seeks to extend PREPA’s restructuring support agreement
The judge in the Puerto Rico Title III bankruptcy cases is scheduled to weigh motions by Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority and Puerto Rico Sales...
The administration will present a larger budget than predicted in the Fiscal Plan, but will not prevent cuts nor will it imply more money for...
Judge Swain orders to hold Cofina’s creditors money in reserve
Despite its bankruptcy filing, Puerto Rico (PZA) (PWZ) has the option to negotiate with its creditors outside the court. It could go through a...
Puerto Rico, which is saddled with $74 billion in debt, filed for what could be the biggest local government bankruptcy by far in US history. The...
Puerto Rico is crumbling under a recession and $70 billion in debt, some of which the Commonwealth defaulted on last year. While this may seem like...
Activists protested what they called Aurelius Capital Management's support for austerity in Puerto Rico at the hedge fund's New York City...
He guaranteed that his formula meets the requirements of the Oversight Board and will reform taxes without affecting public services
The U.S. Trustee assigned to the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico case appointed an official committee of unsecured creditors. The following members ...