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The filing was anticipated before and after the tentative deal, which could be worth up to $12 billion over time, was struck.
The former real estate broker was sentenced to more than five years in federal prison.
The company is seeking protection by the end of the month if it fails to reach a settlement over its alleged role in the U.S. opioid crisis.
Barneys filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Aug. 6.
The Richard and Leslie Gilliam Foundation’s donations will be dispersed in the form of $2,000 checks to more than 500 coal miners across Kentucky and Virginia.
Fashion accessories retailer Charming Charlie filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Thursday and will shutter all of its 261 stores.
President Trump refuted reports that few banks wanted to lend money to him following a series of corporate bankruptcies and defaults starting in the early 1990s in a series of tweets Thursday.
United Sporting Cos, a firearms distributor, has filed for bankruptcy protection Monday after the company said sales were hit after President Trump was elected over Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
The suit, which also names Steven Munchin, alleges Lampert stripped the iconic retailer of $2B in assets ahead of its bankruptcy.
The AAF said it has less than $540,000 in cash on hand.
The firm will now be called Hill Street Properties after previously operating as Toys R Us Property Co., or PropCo.