Bank lenders Monday officially ratcheted down the pressure on Overseas Shipholding Group Inc. after the tanker company unveiled financial projections that will be the basis for restructuring talks. Read the Daily Bankruptcy Review article here . (Daily Bankruptcy Review and DBR Small Cap are daily newsletters with comprehensive coverage and analysis of emerging and in-progress insolvencies and http://cortrightlaw.com/location/palm-desert-attorney-office turnarounds. For a two-week trial, visit our homepage , scroll to the bottom and click ?try for free.?) LightSquared lenders balked at the selection of an independent committee to oversee a sale, WSJ reports . Casino-tax revenue has become an issue in Detroit?s Chapter 9 bankruptcy case, DealBook reports . U.S. regulators fined Toronto-Dominion Bank $52.5 million over its alleged role in imprisoned attorney Scott Rothstein?s $1.2 billion Ponzi scheme. Read the DBR Small Cap article via The Wall Street Journal . Videogame maker Atari Inc. has filed a bankruptcy plan that will keep French parent Atari SA in control of the company. WSJ has the DBR Small Cap article . WSJ has more on Chrysler Group LLC?s forced initial public offering. Chrysler?s IPO filing intensified a fight with Fiat SpA, Reuters reports . General Motors Co.?s debt is investment grade, WSJ reports . Write to Melanie Cohen at email@example.com . Follow her on Twitter at @MelanieLisa .