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Dismissed For No Payment

August 11, 2020, Southern District of Ohio – The Debtors are manufacturers of automotive acoustical services including reclaimed cotton acoustical insulation, polypropylene splash shields, and fender insulators, and resin-free mouldable acoustical insulators. The Defendant, our client, is a company based in Massachusetts and is engaged in the business of providing …

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Dismissed For No Payment

July 25, 2020, Southern District of Ohio –  The Debtor was a leading distributor of firearms and related outdoor products through seven regional offices, including Atlanta; Arlington, Texas; Ohio; Montana; Philadelphia; and Sacramento, California. In addition to guns and ammunition, the Debtor sold knives, sighting scopes, fishing tackle, game calls, …

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Dismissed For No Payment

  April 3, 2020, Massachusetts – The Debtors were manufacturers of automotive acoustical services including, reclaimed cotton acoustical insulation, polypropylene splash shields and fender insulators, and resin-free mouldable acoustical insulators. The Defendant, our client, is a company based in Foxborough, Massachusetts, and is engaged in the business of providing IT support services. …

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Dismissed For No Payment

March 2, 2020,  Southern District of New York – The Debtor is a company engaged in the business of distributing restaurant equipment, foodservice supplies, and janitorial supplies in the United States. It provided beverage service products, cookware, dining and buffet products, food preparation products, food storage, and ware handling products, …

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More than Ten Years Into the Infamous Madoff scam – Thousands of People Still Picking Up the Pieces

March 1, 2020, New York – Yesterday, Irving H. Picard, Securities Investor Protection Act (SIPA) Trustee for the liquidation of Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities LLC (BLMIS) announced the commencement of eleventh pro rata interim distribution from the customer fund to eligible BLMIS customers. The SIPA Trustee is distributing approximately …

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Debtor Cannot State a Cause of Action Under Either §§ 544 or 547, Where No Transfer Has Occurred

February 25, 2020, Eastern District of Pennsylvania–Debtor Anthony R. Petitio brought a complaint against the Defendant Deutsche Bank Nat’l Trust Co to avoid the bank’s security interest in the Debtor’s home as fraudulent transfer under Bankruptcy Code § 544 and as preferential transfer under § 547. Earlier in 2005, the …

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Dismissed For No Payment

February 18, 2020, Northern District of Texas – Debtor was a company engaged in the business of purchasing and administering life insurance policies held by persons who were thought to be terminally ill. The Defendant, our client, had entered into a contract with the Debtor as one of its licensees. The …

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Dismissed For No Payment

February 2, 2020, Northern District of Georgia – The Debtors were engaged in the business of manufacturing and distributing soft surface floor covering based in Georgia. The Defendant, our client, is a not-for-profit shippers association based in Minnesota. The Defendant provided freight services to the Debtors. The plaintiff sought to recover …

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Dismissed For No Payment

January 17, 2020, Kansas – The Debtor is a flooring manufacturing company based in Georgia. Specifically, the Debtor is engaged in the business of manufacturing and distributing soft surface floor covering. The Defendant, our client, is a Kansas company providing freight services. The Defendant provided the services related to transportation …

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Dismissed For No Payment

November 4, 2019, Southern District of Texas – The Debtor is a company engaged in the business of operating, servicing and maintaining or drilling oil and gas wells and pipeline systems on a contract basis and in the course of such operation regularly and customarily enters into contracts with independent …

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