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US retailers that have sought bankruptcy protection in 2020

Last Updated Aug 3, 2020 at 11:30 am MDT

A JoS. A. Bank clothing chain location in Washington, Monday, Aug. 3, 2020. Tailored Brands, known for its clothing chains Men's Wearhouse and JoS. A. Bank, struggled as the pandemic shut stores and consumer demand for office attire dropped, has filed for bankruptcy. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Following is a list of retailers that have sought bankruptcy protect in 2020.

Le Tote Inc. (Lord & Taylor), Aug. 3

Tailored Brands Inc. (Men’s Wearhouse; Jos. A. Bank), Aug. 2

Ascena Retail Group Inc. (Ann Taylor; Lane Bryant) — July 23

Occasion Brands LLC — July 22

The Paper Store Inc. — July 14

RTW Retailwinds Inc. ( New York & Co.) — July 13

Muji U.S.A. Ltd. — July 10

Brooks Brothers Group Inc. — July 8

Sur La Table Inc. July 8

Lucky Brand LLC — July 3

Old Time Pottery Inc. — June 28

BHS Foodservice Solutions — June 26

GNC Holdings Inc. — June 23

Fairn & Swanson Inc. — June 2

Liftopia Inc. — June 2

Libbey Glass Inc. — June 1

Tuesday Morning Corp. — May 27

Centric Brands Inc. — May 18

J.C. Penney Co. Inc. — May 15

Stage Stores Inc. — May 10

Neiman Marcus Group Ltd. LLC — May 7

John Varvatos Enterprises Inc. — May 6

CD II Fashions LLC — May 4

Chinos Holdings Inc. — May 4

J.Hilburn Inc. — April 30

Rubie’s Costume Co. Inc. — April 30

RTS USA Corp. — April 29

N B L Textiles Inc. — April 24

Castella Imports Inc. — April 13

True Religion Apparel Inc. — April 13

Donghia Inc. — March 30

CHIEF Corp. — March 20

Paddle8 Inc. — March 16

Generation Zero Group Inc. — March 13

Modell’s Sporting Goods Inc. — March 11

Bluestem Brands Inc. — March 9

Art Van Furniture Inc. — March 8

Pier 1 Imports Inc. — Feb. 17

The Worth Collection Ltd. — Feb. 14

Must Cure Obesity Co. — Jan. 31

SFP Franchise Corp. — Jan. 23

Armadio Inc. — Jan. 15

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