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(Reuters) – Here is a look at some upcoming events of interest to the bankruptcy law community. Unless otherwise specified, all times are local and court appearances are virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Wednesday July 7
3 p.m. – Houston-based retail electricity supplier Griddy Energy to seek approval for its project liquidation plan. Griddy filed for bankruptcy after the winter storm in Texas that wiped out millions of electricity left him with $ 29 million at the state grid operator. The liquidation plan cancels the debts of the customers in exchange for a discharge of legal claims. The case is In re Griddy Energy LLC, United States Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of Texas, No. 21-30923. For Griddy: David Eastlake, Robin Spigel and Chris Newcomb of Baker Botts.
Thursday July 8
9:30 a.m. – Mall operator Washington Prime Group will seek final approval of a $ 100 million loan to fund operations during its bankruptcy. The company will also seek approval for its project. sales procedures. The case is In re Washington Prime Group, US Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of Texas, No. 21-31948. For Washington Prime: Chad Husnick of Kirkland & Ellis.
Friday July 9
9:30 a.m. – Boeing’s equipment supplier TECT Aerospace Group Holdings will hold a sales hearing for its Kansas manufacturing facilities and related businesses. A auctionwas scheduled for June 30. The case is In re TECT Aerospace Group Holdings Inc., US Bankruptcy Court, District of Delaware, No. 21-10670. For TECT: Daniel DeFranceschi of Richards Layton & Finger.
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