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Tuesday, June 7, 2022

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Your daily access to recent significant Chapter 11 case filings, relevant restructuring news and samples of some of our current distressed company profiles.

Featured Recent Filings


CourtFiledDebtorCase NoAttorneyAssetsLiabilities
E.D.N.Y.6/6/2022Elencia Construction LLC22-71326Heath S. Berger$0-$50k$0-$50k
S.D.N.Y.6/6/2022LOS POLINES PRODUCE CORP. , XYZ CORP.22-10716Pro Se$0-$50k$100k-$500k
C.D. Cal.6/6/2022APEX CONVEYOR SYSTEMS, INC.22-12152Robert B. Rosenstein$100k-$500k$1M-$10M
N.D. Ill.6/6/2022Nationwide Freight Systems, Inc.22-06364David K. Welch$500k-$1M$1M-$10M
W.D. Tex.6/6/2022Chub Cay LLC22-50615Morris E. "Trey" White III$1M-$10M$1M-$10M
S.D. Tex.6/6/2022CS Group LLC22-80112Vianey Garza$1M-$10M$1M-$10M
W.D. Tex.6/6/2022Diamante Custom Homes, LLC22-50606Michael J. O'Connor$1M-$10M$1M-$10M
E.D. Tex.6/6/2022H&S Alang, LLC22-40712Joyce W. Lindauer$1M-$10M$1M-$10M
N.D. Tex.6/6/2022JRC Investment Corporation22-41280Donald Nemec$1M-$10M$1M-$10M
S.D. Tex.6/6/2022Pommel Meadows Hospitality, LLC22-31579Stephen W Sather$1M-$10M$1M-$10M
S.D. Tex.6/6/2022W L HOUSTONS BUSINESS INVESTMENTS LLC22-31575Samuel L. Milledge, Sr.$0-$50k$0-$50k
D. Ariz.6/6/2022Punyakam, PLLC22-03615D. LAMAR HAWKINS$100k-$500k$500k-$1M
D. Colo.6/6/2022T M Grace Builders, Inc.22-12026Jeffrey S. Brinen$10M-$50M$1M-$10M
N.D. Ga.6/6/2022Delta Elite Investments, LLC22-54267Pro Se$500k-$1M$500k-$1M
M.D. Ga.6/6/2022Matt Hutchens Tire & Auto, Inc.22-50616Christopher W. Terry$100k-$500k$100k-$500k
N.D. Ga.6/6/2022the Guru of ABS Corporation22-54274Pro Se$500k-$1M$500k-$1M
W.D. Mo.6/6/2022Brummett Enterprises LLC22-30123Norman E. Rouse$500k-$1M$100k-$500k
N.D. Okla.6/4/20222017 Q-Factory, LLC22-10510Ron D. Brown OBA$1M-$10M$1M-$10M
S.D.N.Y.6/3/2022JGR Group, Inc.22-10710Leo Jacobs$1M-$10M$1M-$10M
S.D.N.Y.6/3/2022Modern Land (China) Co., Limited22-10707Anthony Grossi

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Featured Article


SCOTUS Holds That UST Fee Increase Violates Constitution’s Uniformity Clause

Congress created the United States Trustee Program (Trustee Program)as a mechanism to transfer administrative functions previously handled by bankruptcy judges to U. S. Trustees, a component of the Department of Justice. Congress permitted the six judicial districts in North Carolina and Alabama to opt out of the Trustee Program. In these six districts, bankruptcy courts continue to appoint bankruptcy administrators under a system called the Administrator Program. The Trustee Program and the Administrator Program handle the same core administrative functions, but have different funding sources. Congress requires that the Trustee Program be funded in its entirety by user fees paid to the United States Trustee System Fund (UST Fund), largely paid by debtors who file cases under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code. 28 U. S. C. §589a(b)(5). Those debtors pay a fee in each quarter of the year that their case remains pending at a rate set by Congress and determined by the amount of disbursements the debtor’s estate made that quarter. See §1930(a). In contrast, the Administrator Program is funded by the Judiciary’s general budget. While initially Congress did not require Administrator Program district debtors to pay user fees at all, Congress permitted the Judicial Conference of the United States to require Chapter 11 debtors in Administrator Program districts to pay fees equal to those imposed in Trustee Program districts. See §1930(a)(7). Pursuant to a 2001 standing order of the Judicial Conference, from 2001 to 2017 all districts nationwide charged similarly situated debtors uniform fees.

In 2017, Congress enacted a temporary increase in the fee rates applicable to large Chapter 11 cases to address a shortfall in the UST Fund. See 131 Stat. 1229 (2017 Act). The 2017 Act provided that the fee raise would become effective in the first quarter of 2018, would last only through 2022, and would be applicable to currently pending and newly filed cases. The Judicial Conference adopted the 2017 fee increase for the six Administrator Program districts, effective October 1,2018, and applicable only to newly filed cases.

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Supreme Court of the United States Published June 6, 2022.

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