While the federal goverment's bailout treated AIG "undly harshly," it also saved the company, said a Federal Court of Claims judge.
Discussions between EU and Greece bring up possibility of default at end of this month.
Greece has until June 30 to pay the International Monetary Fund a total of 1.5 billion euros.
The defunct lender's liquidating trust is opposing the payments to executives who were accused of contributing to its collapse.
The fall in oil prices is expected to fuel an increase in the oil and gas default rate from 2.7% to 7.4% by March 2016.
Analysts argue proposed restructuring doesn't address troubled company's fundamental problem.
Scott Depot, W.Va.-based energy company Patriot Coal is now in talks with a potential buyer, just a year and a half after emerging from Chapter 11.
Raising electricity rates to help repay its debt is not an option, says the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority.
A prolonged pricing slump and a high level of debt push the closely held mining firm into Chapter 11.
Corinthian Colleges had been accused of misrepresenting job-placement rates, and the federal government had cut off its access to federal student aid.