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
Various creditors transfer claims under Rule 3001(e)(2) of the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure in Monaco Coach Corporation (MCC) bankruptcy.
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”).
Kathlyn Selleck, the Chapter 7 trustee (“Trustee”) of Polaris Guam, LLC (“Debtor”) moves the District Court of Guam seeking a summary judgment to set aside and avoid the mortgage
The Eastern New York District Court affirmed the Bankruptcy Court’s judgment that allowed the “ordinary course of business” defense to the Defendants against the preference claims made by Bryan Ryniker
JD Supra: “Eleventh Circuit Bolsters Preference Defense by Holding That 503(b)(9) Claims Do Not Reduce the Subsequent New Value Defense” *
JD Supra: “Eleventh Circuit Bolsters Preference Defense by Holding That 503(b)(9) Claims Do Not Reduce the Subsequent New Value Defense” (Author: Ronald Spinner and Marc Swanson)
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.
The Delaware Bankruptcy Court denied the motion filed by Mark Siffin (“Defendant”) to dismiss the Trustee’s adversary complaint against Mark Siffin. RPA Asset Management Services, LLC is the duly appointed Trustee of the MDC Litigation Trust
The North Carolina Bankruptcy Court granted in part and denied in part the motion brought by Defendant Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital Operating Corporation (“Cone Health” or “Defendant”) to dismiss various claims maintained in the complaint
Jeffrey I. Golden, the Chapter 11 trustee ("Trustee") for the bankruptcy estate of AME Zion Western Episcopal District ("Debtor") files lawsuits against twenty seven Defendants to clawback alleged “fraudulent transfers”
The Delaware Bankruptcy Court granted in part Defendants’ motion to dismiss the fraudulent transfer claims of George L. Miller, the Chapter 7 trustee (“Trustee”) for Bayou Steel BD, LLC et al (“Debtors”).
Daniel R. Williams, the Plan Administrator for Katerra, Inc. (the “Debtor”) brings an adversary proceeding against Solaria Corporation (the “Defendant”) to recover money and property allegedly belonging to the bankruptcy estate of Katerra Inc.
Daily Dac: "Ponzi Scheme Lender May Be Off The Hook, After All: A Case Study" (Authors: Tricia Schwallier and Michael A. Brandess)
The Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors (the “Committee”) of the Aliera Companies, Inc., et al. (the “Debtors”) sues Defendants Burdette Atlanta, LLC (“Burdette LLC”) and Shelley Steele (“Steele”) to avoid and recover alleged transfers.
Defendant Alleges Trustee’s Complaint Does Not Meet Higher Pleading Standards of “Actual Fraud” Claim
Defendant, Center for Aging and Rehabilitation Davenport, Inc. (“CARD”), pursuant to Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 12(b)(6) and (f), moves to dismiss the complaint filed by Douglas N. Menchise, the Chapter 7 trustee (“Trustee”) for the estate of 206 Golden, LLC (“Debtor”)
Invictus Global Management, LLC in its capacity as transferee, files evidence and notice pursuant to Rule 3001 (e)(2) of the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure with the United States Bankruptcy Court for Southern New York
Citigroup Financial Products, Inc. makes new set of transfers pursuant to Rule 3001 (e)(2) of the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure in LATAM Airlines bankruptcy case.
GlassRatner Advisory & Capital Group, LLC, solely in its capacity as the trustee (the “Trustee”) of the Hopedale Creditors’ Trust brings an adversary proceeding against Weston Energy, LLC (the “Defendant”) to avoid and recover alleged fraudulent transfers
Argo Partners, in its capacity as transferee, files evidence and notice pursuant to Rule 3001 (e)(2) of the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure with the United States Bankruptcy Court for Minnesota, regarding transfer of five claims in Tiger Oak Media bankruptcy case.
The US District Court for Southern New York granted the appeal filed by Jae Ho Lee (“Lee”), his wife Soyoun Park (“Park”) and Basic Food Groups, LLC (the “Debtor”) against the summary judgment made by the Bankruptcy Court in favor of Defendants Ahne Law, P.C.