BYJU's Alpha, Inc.

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  1. July 22, 2024

    Giuliani In Limbo, Guo Faces Ch. 11 Trustee Suit

    The court-appointed watchdog for Miles Guo's bankruptcy has unpaused a civil racketeering conspiracy case against the Chinese billionaire after his criminal RICO case resulted in a conviction, ex-New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani's Chapter 11 case has still yet to be dissolved, and a new bankruptcy judge has ascended to the bench in New York.

  2. July 17, 2024

    Hogan Lovells, Saul Ewing Exit Camshaft's, Byju's Ch. 11 Fight

    Two law firms representing Camshaft Capital Fund LP and principal William Morton in the bankruptcy actions tied to the Chapter 11 of education tech company Byju's Alpha have petitioned a Delaware judge to approve their withdrawal as counsel, citing undisclosed Camshaft party failures to "uphold their obligations."

  3. June 13, 2024

    5 Things To Know About Byju's US Unit's Tumultuous Ch. 11

    The bankruptcy of the U.S. arm of Indian education technology giant Byju's hasn't followed a typical path through Chapter 11 since it was filed in February in Delaware, and instead has featured multiple contempt of court rulings, growing fines, involuntary Chapter 11 petitions and a freezing injunction to preserve the status quo of $533 million that the debtor says went missing.

  4. June 11, 2024

    Hedge Fund Boss Has 10 Days To Appear For Byju's Depo

    A Delaware bankruptcy judge on Tuesday suspended an arrest warrant for hedge fund Camshaft Capital's manager and ordered him to return to the U.S. within 10 days and answer questions from the bankrupt U.S. subsidiary of Byju's and its creditors, who accused him of fraudulently transferring $533 million out of the company.

  5. June 05, 2024

    Lenders Ask Court To Put Additional Byju's Units Into Ch. 11

    Creditors for the insolvent U.S. affiliate of Indian education technology giant Byju's asked a Delaware bankruptcy judge Wednesday to put three other U.S.-subsidiaries into Chapter 11, alleging their corporate parent has been winding down and sweeping cash from the companies that are guarantors to a $1.2 billion loan.

  6. May 31, 2024

    Byju's Seeks $10K Sanctions For Ex-Exec Found In Contempt

    The bankrupt U.S. affiliate of Indian education tech giant Byju's told a Delaware judge that a former executive should face $10,000 in daily sanctions until he shares information about the location of $533 million in debtor funds.

  7. May 21, 2024

    Ex-Director For Byju's Alpha In Contempt Over Missing $533M

    A Delaware bankruptcy judge on Tuesday held in contempt a former executive for the insolvent U.S. affiliate of Indian education technology giant Byju's, finding he had been disingenuous about his attempts to track down an alleged $533 million fraudulent transfer.

  8. May 06, 2024

    WeWork Advances Plan, J&J's Third Filing, More Jones Drama

    WeWork Inc. pushed forward a reorganization plan despite its former CEO's objections, Johnson & Johnson disclosed plans for a prepackaged bankruptcy case supported by a $6.5 billion settlement, and an appeals court upheld more than $400,000 in sanctions as part of bankruptcy proceedings for Georgia-Pacific's asbestos unit.

  9. April 30, 2024

    Byju's Can Question Hedge Fund Boss About Missing $533M

    A Delaware bankruptcy judge ruled Tuesday that the insolvent U.S. affiliate of Indian education technology giant Byju's and its creditors may depose Camshaft Capital's chief executive, as they work to locate and recoup some $533 million they said was fraudulently transferred to the hedge fund.

  10. April 16, 2024

    Sanctions In Byju's Ch. 11 Should Be Paused, Court Hears

    Camshaft Capital, a hedge fund facing an adversary action from the Chapter 11 creditors of Byju's, has asked a Delaware federal court to stay a contempt order the bankruptcy court entered against the investment firm and its principal while it appeals the sanctions and a preliminary injunction.