Albert Togut, solely in his capacity as the Chapter 7 Trustee (the “Trustee”) of the estate of Kossoff PLLC (the “Debtor”) makes a complaint against Defendants World Global Fund LLC (“WGF”) and Tenantracers, LLC (“Tenantracers”)
Allan B. Mendelsohn, the chapter 7 trustee (the “Trustee”) for Catch 22 Liny Corp. (the “Debtor”) brings an adversary proceeding against Starfish Investors, LLC
Keys Medical Staffing, LLC (“Keys” or “Debtor”) files a complaint against SavaSeniorCare LLC (“Sava”), SSC Equity Holdings LLC, et al., for the award of damages in the amount of $969,148.38 due to an alleged breach of contract.
Richard Arrowsmith, in his capacity as Liquidating Trustee (the “Trustee”) of the HDL Liquidating Trust, brings adversary proceedings against forty Defendants to recover alleged subsequent “fraudulent transfers” made to these Defendants.
The Ad Hoc Committee of Common Stockholders (the “Ad Hoc Committee”) of Aphex BioCleanse Systems, Inc. (the “Debtor”) sues the estate of John Bert Watson (“Watson Sr.”), John Fritzbert Watson (“Watson Jr.”)
Celsius Network Limited and Celsius Network LLC (“Debtors”) bring an adversary proceeding against Prime Trust, LLC (“Defendant”) to seek turnover and transfer of crypto assets worth allegedly approximately $17 million at recent prices.
BAK Advisors, LLC, as Liquidation Trustee of the Hollister Construction Liquidating Trust, sues Accordia Harrison Urban Renewal, LLC (“Defendant”) seeking construction lien over Accordia’s property situated at 700 Frank E. Rogers Boulevard, Harrison, New Jersey
Minnesota Athletic Apparel, Inc. (“MAA” or the “Debtor”) objects to proof of claim filed by CentraCare Health System (“Defendant”). The Debtor also seeks the offset of the amount of a debt allegedly owed by CentraCare to the Debtor
The Blackjewel Liquidating Trust begins an adversary proceeding against Kopper Glo Mining, LLC and INMET Mining, LLC (“Defendants”) in the bankruptcy case of Blackjewel, LLC, et al. (“Debtors”).
Royal Hawaiian Water Co., Ltd dba Hawaiian Isles Water Co. (“Royal Hawaiian” or “Debtor”) sued Walmart, Inc. to seek turnover of the receivables allegedly due from Walmart to Royal Hawaiian.