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Clover says it will emerge from bankruptcy soon

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4L Holdings, the parent company for Clover Wireless, voluntarily filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in December. | TheaDesign/Shutterstock

A major North American phone repair and remarketing company has received court approval to restructure its debt, allowing it to come out of bankruptcy in the coming days.

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Right-to-repair advocates make their case in one statehouse

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In Olympia, Wash., right-to-repair proponents and opponents testified during a Jan. 21 hearing in front of the Senate Environment, Energy & Technology Committee. | jfergusonphotos/Shutterstock

Electronics repair stakeholders clashed over right-to-repair legislation in Washington state this week, as a number of state legislatures begin taking up similar bills.

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Three more CRT suppliers settle in Closed Loop court case

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A number of developments have taken place in the high-profile Ohio CRT case over the past month. | mojo cp/Shutterstock

An Iowa solid waste commission agreed to pay nearly $240,000 to help fund removal of CRT materials abandoned in Ohio, and two e-scrap operators agreed to pay lower amounts. Meanwhile, settlement negotiations continue with one of the largest suppliers. Continue Reading

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Our top ten stories from 2019

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A range of stories drew attention in 2019, including a major CRT lawsuit. | pnuar006/Shutterstock

The past year has given e-scrap and ITAD professionals plenty of reasons to click on our content. A major CRT lawsuit, the fallout from a processor export scandal and Arrow’s decision to exit the business emerged as the topics grabbing the most attention from readers.

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