TXU Retail Energy Company, LLC has moved to dismiss the complaint filed by the Plan Administrator of the estates of Debtor Griddy Energy LLC involving a fraudulent transfer claim for the alleged transfer of the Debtor’s customers to the Defendant.
Defendant HPS Investment Partners, LLC seeks dismissal of a complaint filed by Plaintiff David Dunn, as Trustee of the AMH Litigation Trust in the bankruptcy case of Alta Mesa Resources, Inc.
Western Surety asserts that the Trustee allegedly fails to state a claim to avoid the alleged security interest in vehicles or personal property as a preferential transfer.
Defendants Ahern Rentals, Inc. and Xtreme Manufacturing, LLC file a motion to dismiss Trustee W. Lovato’s $33 million complaint
Defendant KeyBank National Association files a notice of motion and partial motion to dismiss Debtor Cachet Financial Services’ complaint for failure to state a claim upon which relief can be granted.
Richert Funding Trustee Seeks Dismissal of Hatch Funding’s Complaint;Argues Complaint Is Allegedly an Attempt At ‘Late-Filed’ Claim
The Trustee argues that Hatch's complaint is allegedly an attempt at a late-filed claim against the bankruptcy estate, therefore subject to the applicable claims bar date.
Lux Templum Moves for Summary Judgment Against Black Hemp Box To Avoid Alleged Fraudulent Transfer of $600K
Lux Templum requests the court to enter an order in its favor and against BHB, avoiding the transfer of $600,000 as alleged fraudulent under Section 548(a)(1)(B) of the Bankruptcy Code.
United States of America Seeks Dismissal of Trustee R. Kenneth Barnard’s $1.5 Million Complaint; Alleges Court Lacks Jurisdiction To Adjudicate Claims To Forfeited Property
The Defendants argue that Barnard’s claims are allegedly premature, jurisdictionally barred and should be allegedly dismissed.
North American Specialty Moves for Summary Judgment to Defend its Alleged $6.8 Million Unsecured Claim Contested by Carolinas Home and Land Investments
The complaint sought avoidance of the general indemnity agreement that CHLI allegedly signed in favor of NAS under Sections 544(b), 547, 548, 502, and N.C. Gen. Stat. § 39-23.1 et seq.
EMS requests that Court should dismiss the Trustee’s complaint with direction to amend to allege only those transfers that EMS actually received and that are not subject to obvious affirmative defenses.