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Summary: 233 B.R. 198 (1999) In re CLAMP-ALL CORPORATION, Debtor. MEMORANDUM OF DECISION Before the Court is a "Motion for Determination of Bad Faith Filing and for Order Disallowing Plan Voting" (the "Plan Voting Motion") and a "Motion for Order to Show Cause why Anthony Foresta (`Foresta') and Caliber Consulting Corporation (`Caliber') should not be held in Contempt of *201 Court and for Imposition of Sanctions" (the "Motion for Sanctions") (collectively the "Motions"), filed by Clamp-All Corporation ( more.

Summary: 382 B.R. 173 (2008) In re Aroundeth SAYKOSY, Debtor. David M. Nickless, Plaintiff, v. Aroundeth Saykosy, La Saykosy, and Sisaveth Saykosy, Defendants. The Plaintiffs Complaint alleges three counts: the transfer of the debtor's interest in 27 Canada Street, Lowell, Massachusetts constitutes grounds for denial of discharge under 11 U.S.C. § 727(a)(2)(B), the transfer of the debtor's interest in 27 Canada Street, Lowell, Massachusetts constitutes a voidable post-petition transfer under 11 U.S.C. § more.

Summary: 10 B.R. 767 (1981) In re KORO CORPORATION, Debtor. On January 27, 1981, the Plaintiff, Plastic Distributing Corporation (hereinafter P D C) sold the Defendant Debtor, Koro Corporation, 13,900 pounds of 350 Natural ABS plastic pellets, in what was intended by all parties to be a cash transaction. [1] On February 4, 1981, Koro's check was dishonored when presented for payment by P D C. On February 6, the Vice-President of P D C telephoned Koro's plant manager and demanded that Koro return the more.

Summary: 163 B.R. 403 (1993) In re LINCOLN NORTH ASSOCIATES, LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, Debtor. I. PROCEDURAL BACKGROUND Before the Court for determination are two motions filed by Lincoln North Associates, Limited Partnership (the "Debtor") seeking sanctions against the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (the "FDIC") and its counsel, Michael Gilleran ("Gilleran") for failure to cooperate in discovery in this Chapter 11 case; a motion for sanctions for the failure of Lyle E. Greenman ("Greenman") to appear more.

Summary: 450 B.R. 312 (2011) In re Kelvin YOUK-SEE, Debtor. The United States trustee (the "UST") filed the Motion on February 10, 2011, seeking: 1) authority to issue a subpoena duces tecum compelling BAC to produce and to permit inspection and copying of documents identified in an attached exhibit;[1] and 2) an order compelling BAC to appear for an examination, to be recorded verbatim by stenographic means, through one or more duly authorized representatives most familiar with the documents identified more.

Summary: 437 B.R. 712 (2010) In re Michael G. FURLONG and JoAnn Furlong, Debtors. *713 Jeffrey B. Renton, Matthew J. Ginsburg, Gilbert & Renton LLC, Michael B. Feinman, Feinman Law Offices, Andover, MA, for Debtors. In January of 2005, the debtors, Michael and JoAnn Furlong (the "Furlongs") purchased the assets of Donarumo Plumbing & Heating, Inc. ("Donarumo Plumbing") from Donarumo for the sum of $1 million and formed Drew's Plumbing & Heating II, Inc. ("Drew's Plumbing") in order to operate the more.

Summary: 447 B.R. 680 (2011) In re Kenneth AMES, Debtor. On January 10, 2011, the Trust filed a motion seeking relief from the automatic stay provisions of Bankruptcy Code § 362 to exercise its contractual and statutory rights against the unit and the debtor, including (i) establishing its statutory lien on the unit for unpaid condominium fees and assessments under Mass.

Summary: 344 B.R. 218 (2006) In re Mezal AL-JIBOURY, Debtor. I. INTRODUCTION The matter before the Court is the Motion for Contempt pursuant to which Mezal Al-Jiboury (the "Debtor") seeks a determination that the Massachusetts Department of Transitional Assistance (the "DTA"), which administers the Commonwealth's food stamps program, violated the discharge injunction imposed by 11 U.S.C. § 524 by forwarding to him, post-discharge, a notice stating that it would begin recoupment of an overpayment of food more.

Summary: 224 B.R. 519 (1998) In re Thomas PEEBLES, Debtor. The motion before me raises two issues related to the statute of limitations in 11 U.S.C. § 727(e)(2) for complaints (under § 727(d)(2)) to revoke a discharge for knowingly and fraudulently failing to disclose an asset: (1) whether a case is properly "closed" within the meaning of § 727(e)(2)(B) — and the bar date thereby triggered — where, for failure of the Debtor to disclose them, the undisclosed assets remained unadministered upon closing of more.

Summary: 16 B.R. 335 (1982) In re James G. DONAHUE, Madeline B. Donahue, Bankrupts. NORTH SHORE FUNDING CORP., Plaintiff, v. James G. DONAHUE, Madeline B. Donahue, Defendants. FACTS James and Madeline Donahue each filed separate voluntary petitions for Chapter XI relief under the Bankruptcy Act on May 4, 1979. Mr. Donahue was and is a retired Lt. Colonel in the Army and was receiving monthly retirement pay in the approximate amount of $1000 per month. According to a letter from Mr. Donahue to Dr. Harold more.

Summary: 235 B.R. 153 (1999) In re C.F. SMITH & ASSOCIATES, INC., Debtor. Before the court is the sexual harassment claim of M. Kellie Beaupre McDonough (the "Claimant") against C.F. Smith & Associates, Inc. (the "Company"), a chapter 11 debtor seeking reorganization in this court. This is an unusual sexual harassment case in that it is the product of a broken affair between the Claimant and Clifford F. Smith ("Smith"), the Company's founder and president. On January 29, 1993, the Claimant filed a more.

Summary: 450 B.R. 307 (2011) In re David R. NICHOLS, Debtor. I. INTRODUCTION The matters before the Court are the "Request of the Town of Whitman for Payment of Administrative Expense Pursuant to 11 U.S.C. [§] 503(b)(1)(A)" (the "Request") filed by the Town of Whitman (the "Town"), the "Debtor's Objection to Application of Administrative Expenses" (the "Objection") filed by David R. Nichols (the "Debtor"), and the "Application of Murphy, Lamere, & Murphy, P.C. for Allowance and Payment of Compensation more.

Summary: 74 B.R. 673 (1987) In re ADCOM, INC., Debtor. [1] FACTS By way of background, Adcom, Inc. ("Adcom" or the "Debtor"), a company engaged in the business of designing and producing exhibits and displays for trade shows as well as renovating and repairing existing displays for manufacturers of technical products and services, filed for relief under Chapter 11 on October 15, 1985. Prior to that time, the Commissioner had conducted a sales tax audit of the books and records of the Debtor, discovering more.

Summary: 315 B.R. 198 (2004) In re FIESOLE TRADING CORP., Debtor. On November 12, 1999, Fiesole Trading Corporation (the "Debtor") filed a voluntary petition under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code. [3] After filing its claim, the IRS determined the Movants here to be responsible individuals with respect to the Debtor's Trust Fund taxes, seized the Movants' personal income tax refunds and applied the seized amounts to reduce the Debtor's Trust Fund tax liability.... (c) The court shall subordinate to more.

Summary: 48 B.R. 431 (1985) In re HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON, INC., Phillips Metallurgical, Inc., Debtors. Before the Court is the Motion to Use Cash Collateral filed by the related debtors, Harrington & Richardson, Inc. (hereinafter referred to as "H & R") and Phillips Metallurgical, Inc. (hereinafter referred to as "PMI"). Prior to the filing of the Motion for Use of Cash Collateral, the Court had entered orders on December 7, 1984, December 14, 1984, and on January 14, 1985, authorizing the debtors to more.

Summary: 313 B.R. 1 (2004) In re Agustin ROSA, Debtor No. 03-41274. Before the Court is a "Motion To Find the City of Chicopee in Violation of Automatic Stay, Void Any Tax Takings and Award Sanctions and Damages to the Debtor" (the "Stay Motion"), filed by Agustin Rosa (the "Debtor"). The City Collector admits that her department received notice of the Debtor's bankruptcy; however, because her assistant thought that she saw a dismissal or discharge of the Debtor amongst later communications from the more.

Summary: 364 B.R. 139 (2007) In re ENIVID, INC., et al., formerly known as Divine, Inc., Debtors. James B. Boles, Liquidating Trust Representative of the Liquidation Trust, as Assignee of Stewart Grossman, Examiner of Enivid, Inc., Plaintiff, v. Mike Turner, et al., Defendants. In re Sabine, Inc., et al., formerly known as RoweCom, Inc., Debtors. I. INTRODUCTION The matters before the Court for determination are Motions for Preliminary Injunctions (the "Preliminary Injunction Motions") filed by the more.

Summary: 344 B.R. 21 (2006) In re: Veronica JUMPP, Debtor. This matter having come before the Court on Motion for Determination and Declaratory Judgment as to Continuance and Existence of the Automatic Stay with respect to the residence of each of the above Debtors [document # 41 in Case No. 06-40677 ("Jumpp") and document # 38 in Case No 06-40479 ("Okyere") land the Debtors' Motions to Reimpose the Automatic Stay as to All Creditors Pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 105(a) [Jumpp document # 49; Okyere document # more.

Summary: 5 B.R. 709 (1980) In the Matter of Marcus R. CUNNINGHAM and Joyce D. Cunningham, Debtors. Attorney Manuel Farber, the Trustee in this case, conducted an examination of the debtors and learned that the property used as their residence was owned solely by Joyce D. Cunningham and was not owned jointly.