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Stage Stores Sues Its Insurers For “Wrongful” Discounting of Its Insurance Claims

May 09, 2022, Southern District of Texas – Steven Balasiano, in his capacity as the Plan Administrator of Stage Stores, Inc. and Specialty Retailers, Inc. (“Debtors”) files a complaint against certain Underwriters at Lloyd’s, London – Brit Syndicate 2987 and Brit Syndicate 2988 et al. (“Defendants”) alleging “breach of contractual obligations” under the insurance policies. The […]

DRO 15R Seeks to Subordinate the Claims of Metropolitan Mortgage Company, LLC

May 08, 2022, Southern District of Florida – DRO 15R, LLC (“Debtor”) files a complaint against Defendant Metropolitan Mortgage Company, LLC (“MMC”) and Defendant RO 15R, LLC (“RO15”) to determine the validity, priority and extent of liens on Debtor’s property and for equitable subordination of MMC’s claim.   The complaint alleges a line of events […]

Liquidating Trustee for the Fresh Acquisitions, LLC seeks Declaratory Relief over Rights and Claims under Disputed Agreement

May 02, 2022, Northern District of Texas – David Gonzales, the Liquidating Trustee for the Fresh Acquisition Liquidating Trust, files a complaint against Planned Administrators, Inc., JLL Consultants, Inc. and Meta Advisors, LLC for a declaratory relief determining the rights, claims and interests under the disputed agreement.   The Trustee claims that all causes of […]

Baybridge seeks Specific Performance for Contractual Liabilities of Sunset LG Realty LLC

May 04, 2022, Eastern District of New York – Baybridge LOK Holdings, LLC (“Plaintiff/Debtor”) files a complaint against Sunset LG Realty LLC (“Defendant”) for specific performance and declaratory relief.   The complaint states that Debtor Baybridge (as the “Buyer”) and Sunset (as the “Seller”), entered into an Agreement for Purchase and Sale of Real Property […]

Venture Resources and John Rainaldi Claim Indemnification for “Motiva claims”

May 02, 2022, District of Columbia – Venture Resources Consulting, LLC (“VRC”), John Rainaldi (“Mr. Rainaldi”) and Mr. Rainaldi in his capacity as trustee of the Rainaldi Family Trust (the “Trust”) (collectively referred to as “Plaintiffs”) brought a complaint against Marc Albert, in his official capacity as trustee (the “Trustee”) of the bankruptcy estate of […]

Synchrony Sued for Receiving Alleged “Fraudulent Transfers” from V-Twin Concepts, LLC

May 03, 2022, Southern District of Florida – Chad S. Paiva, the Trustee for the V-Twin Concepts, LLC (“Debtor”) prefers a complaint against Synchrony Financial and Synchrony Bank (“Defendants”) to avoid and to recover alleged “constructive fraudulent conveyances”.   The Trustee avers that the Debtor “never used” a payroll company or kept any accounting ledgers and […]

Ford Motor’s Motion to Compel Trustee Burdensome, Holds a Texas Bankruptcy Court

October 29, 2021, Northern District of Texas –  Defendant Ford Motor Credit recently filed a motion to compel Trustee Dennis Faulkner, for the bankruptcy estate of Reagor Dykes Motors, LP, to respond to its requests for interrogatories and production of documents. The Court found that the interrogatories and requests objected to by the Trustee sought information […]

Transfers To The Defendant Were Pre-Payments Made in Line With The Contract Terms, Case Dismissed For No Payment

Prior to its bankruptcy, the Debtor was an integrated retailer, maintaining business relationships with various entities, through which Debtor regularly purchased, sold, received, and/or delivered goods and services. The Defendant, our client, is a corporation based in Turin, and sold air compressors to the Debtor.

Giuliano Sues to Recover Amounts Allegedly Owed for Use of Art Van Trademarks

May 9, 2022, Delaware – Alfred T. Giuliano, the chapter 7 trustee of the Debtors Start Man Furniture, LLC et al., formerly known as Art Van Furniture, LLC, brought a complaint against Simpson Furniture Company for turnover of amounts allegedly owed to the debtors under a franchise agreement. Giuliano contends that pursuant to the agreement, […]

Alleged Breach of Contract Charges Against Galaxy Theatres

September 15, 2021, Central District of California – Debtor Cinema Square, LLC seeks damages worth $1,199,296.00 from Defendant Galaxy Theatres Atascadero, LLC concerning an alleged breach of a lease agreement to rent a multi-complex theatre. Allegedly, Cinema and Galaxy entered into a lease agreement dated October 23, 2009. The lease purportedly expired on March 31, […]

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