Phil Falcone ?s Harbinger Capital Partners is urging a judge to hear a lawsuit against Dish Network Corp. and Chairman Charlie Ergen over Mr. Ergen?s LightSquared debt purchases, again saying they were illegally made on behalf of Dish. Read it here in Daily Bankruptcy Review . Eagle Bulk Shipping and Genco Shipping & Trading have enlisted restructuring advisers after key creditors sold large blocks of debt to distressed investors amid balance sheet concerns, The Wall Street Journal reports . A fight for control of a Texas oil refinery between Palm Beach billionaire Harry Sargeant III and members of his family has forced their jointly owned company, Trigeant Ltd., into bankruptcy. Read the DBR story in WSJ . The U.S. government sold its last shares in General Motors Co. on Monday, booking a $10.5 billion loss but clearing the way for the auto maker to return cash to shareholders and begin wooing consumers alienated by the bailout, The Journal reports . The trustee unwinding Bernard L. Madoff?s Ponzi scheme cannot pursue certain claims against the wives of the convicted fraudster?s sons, saying that the spouses didn?t have knowledge of or involvement in the fraud, WSJ reports . The new American Airlines Group Inc. disclosed retention bonuses for executives following the closing of its merger Monday, including shares worth about $15 million for Chief Executive Doug Parker, WSJ reports . The U.S. judge overseeing Detroit?s bankruptcy on Monday set a hearing for December 16 to consider whether to expedite appeals of his ruling that declared Detroit eligible for bankruptcy protection, allowing the appeals to proceed straight to the U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals, reports Reuters .