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              Wednesday, September 6, 2017, Vol. 21, No. 248

                            Headlines

1111 MYRTLE AVENUE: Entitled to Retain $7.5MM Contract Deposit
30DC INC: Terminates Registration of Common Stock
A GREENER GLOBE: Trustee May Obtain $2.6M Loan from Vindrauga
ACTIVECARE INC: Requires Additional Time to File June 30 Form 10-Q
ADAMIS PHARMACEUTICALS: Incurs $4.97M Net Loss in 2nd Quarter

AIRPLANE LTD: UMB Bank Wants to Distribute $23M to Bondholders
APOLLO MEDICAL: Incurs $3.83 Million Net Loss in June 30 Quarter
ARCADIA BIOSCIENCES: Operating Cash Flow Raises Going Concern Doubt
ARIZONA FUNDRAISING: Wants To Use Cash Collateral For 90 Days
AVAYA INC: Plan Outline Okayed, Plan Hearing on Nov. 15

BAKKEN INCOME: Has Court's Okay to Use Cash Collateral
BCC SANDUSKY: Ch.11 Trustee Taps Cushman & Wakefield as Broker
BMB MUNAI: Reports $8.4 Million Net Income in First Quarter 2017
BOBALU INC: Taps Almeida & Davila as Legal Counsel
C&D COAL: Kingston, RTB Holdings Oppose Approval of Plan Outline

C&G'S MOUNTAIN: Taps Lefkovitz & Lefkovitz as Legal Counsel
CALHOUN SATELLITE: Wants to Use Newtek Small's Cash Collateral
CAMBRIDGE REALTY: Taps Richel Commercial as Realtor
CANNELLE PATISSERIE: Gets Approval of Plan to Exit Bankruptcy
CARLTON VOLLBERG: Court Dismisses R. Tompkins, et al.'s Suit

CHRIS CARLSON: Taps Eron Law as Legal Counsel
CIBER INC: Reaches Compromise With CenturyLink Entities
CLASSICAL DEVELOPMENT: Plan Confirmation Hearing Set for Sept. 18
CORINDUS VASCULAR: Insufficient Capital Raise Going Concern Doubts
CRCH LLC: Seeks to Hire Ervin Cohen as Legal Counsel

DALE M. WILLIAMS: Taps R.A. Simasek as Accountant
DAVID WINSTON: First Amended Disclosure Statement Filed
DIAMONDHEAD CASINO: Reports $121K Net Loss in Second Quarter
DIGIPATH INC: Incurs $409K Net Loss in Third Quarter
DR. LUIS A. VINAS: Has Court's OK to Continue Using Cash Collateral

DUNE ENERGY: Bankr. Judge Abstains from Suit vs. J. Watt, et al.
EAST COAST FOODS: Trustee Loses Bid for Summary Judgment vs. Roscoe
ENERGY FUTURE: Taps Shaw Fishman as Counsel in NextEra Rift
EPICENTER PARTNERS: CPF Vaseo Plan to Provide $3.4-Mil. Exit Loan
FANSTEEL INC: Court Denies Motion to Reopen Bankruptcy Cases

FB COVENTRY: Court Denies Bid to Use Cash Collateral
FB MALL: Bid to Use Cash Collateral Through Oct. 27 Denied
FIRST NBC: Taps PricewaterhouseCoopers as Accountant
FIRST PHOENIX-WESTON: No Recovery for Sabra on Contract Breach
FORESIGHT ENERGY: Paid a Dividend of $0.0647 Per Common Unit

FOREVERGREEN WORLDWIDE: Delays June 30 Form 10-Q Filing
FOUNDATION HEALTHCARE: Seeks to Retain William Moore as CFO
FULLCIRCLE REGISTRY: Long Resigns, Friedman is New CFO
FUNCTION(X) INC: Common Stock Will be Delisted from Nasdaq
FUNCTION(X) INC: Missed $934K Installment Payment to Stockholders

FYNDERS INC: Wants to Use Rockland Trust, et al.'s Cash Collateral
GENON ENERGY: Seeks Court Approval of Cash Incentive Plan
GIUSEPPI DE RISI: Foreign Rep. Selling Lauderhill Property for $83K
GLOBAL SOLUTIONS: Has Court's Final Nod to Use Cash Collateral
GLYECO INC: Incurs $902K Net Loss in Second Quarter

GOODWILL INDUSTRIES: Has Interim OK to Use Cash Collateral
GRAND VIEW FINANCIAL: Taps Levene Neale as Legal Counsel
GREENLEAF BULK: May Use Cash Collateral Through Oct. 31
GUP'S HILL PLANTATION: Sept. 7 Emergency Hearing on Disclosures
HAMILTON ENGINEERING: Taps Whitestar as Financial Advisor

HEBREW HEALTH: Patient Care Ombudsman Files Final Report
HERON THERAPEUTICS: Capital Requirements Casts Going Concern Doubt
HI-LO FARMS: Caterpillar's Civil Action Administratively Closed
HOAG URGENT: Taps Keen-Summit as Investment Banker
HOLBROOK DEVELOPMENT: Disallowance of Worker's Claim Reversed

HOLSTED MARKETING: Disclosures OK'd; Plan Hearing on Sept. 26
HOOPER HOLMES: YTD New Contracts Rise to $13.6M in Annualized Value
INCA REFINING: White Oak Entities to Provide DIP Financing
INNOVOSCIENCES LLC: Taps Gettry Marcus as Accountant
INSEEGO CORP: Recurring Losses Raise Going Concern Doubt

IPASS INC: Limited Liquidity Raises Going Concern Doubt
JENKINS NO. 1: Case Summary & 19 Largest Unsecured Creditors
JMB/245 Park: Net Capital Deficiency Raises Going Concern Doubt
K&J LANDSCAPE: Gets Court Approval of Chapter 11 Plan
KATY INDUSTRIES: Retirees' Committee Taps WCSR as Legal Counsel

KEVEN McKENNA: 1st Cir. Affirms Bar of Rooker-Feldman Suit
LAYFIELD & BARRETT: Trustee Taps Pachulski Stang as Legal Counsel
LEHMAN BROTHERS: LPTSI and LUK, Now Solvent, File Chapter 11 Cases
LEHMAN BROTHERS: LUK and LPTSI Propose Claims Bar Dates
LEXINGTON HOSPITALITY: Wants to Use Cash Collateral Until Sept. 30

LIVELY HOPE: Disclosures Conditionally OK'd; Sept. 28 Plan Hearing
LOPEK COMPANIES: Subordinated Claimants to Get Nothing in New Plan
MAP HOLDING: Oct. 5 Disclosure Statement Hearing
METEX DEMOLITION: Tex. App. Reverses Denial of Summary Judgment
MIAH INVESTMENTS: Voluntary Chapter 11 Case Summary

MMM DIVERSIFIED: Oct. 3 Hearing on Disclosure Statement Approval
MONAKER GROUP: Completes $3 Million Private Placement
MOREHEAD MEMORIAL: May Use Cash Collateral Until Sept. 15
NEW CAL-NEVA: Pact With PENTA to Repair Property's Roof OK'd
OMNI LION'S: Seeks Extension of Plan Filing Period to Oct. 4

PADCO PRESSURE: CKB Seeks Appointment of Ch. 11 Trustee
PASSAGE VILLAGE: PCO Files Second 60-Day Report for Midland Meadows
PORTRAIT INNOVATIONS: Case Summary & 20 Top Unsecured Creditors
PORTRAIT INNOVATIONS: Files for Chapter 11 to Look for New Owners
PROINOS BREAKFAST: Plan Outline Okayed, Plan Hearing on Oct. 5

PSH PROPERTIES: Plan Confirmation Hearing Set for Sept. 20
REPUBLIC AIRWAYS: Court Rejects JMI Bid to Allow Damages Claims
RONIC INC: Taps Mendonca & Partners as Accountant
RONIC INC: Wants to Use Bank of Princeton's Cash Collateral
SCIENTIFIC GAMES: $3.28-Bil. Term Loans' Maturity Extended to 2024

SONSVEST LLC: Plan Outline Okayed, Plan Hearing on Oct. 5
SPECTRUM HEALTHCARE: May Continue Using Cash Collateral
SPECTRUM HEALTHCARE: Quality of Care Maintained, PCO Reports
SPENCER TRANSPORTATION: Unsecureds to be Paid from Available Funds
STARPORT TRANSPORTATION: $1,500 Monthly for Sec. 506(b) Creditors

T3M INC: Taps LKP Global as Special Counsel in Suit vs. Tsumpes
TERRAVIA HOLDINGS: Seeks IP Suits Transfer to Bankr. Court
TEXAS RHH: Sept. 21 Show Cause Hearing on PCO Appointment
TMT USA: Procurement, 21 Debtors File Lender Settlement Plan
TOWN CENTER FLATS: Seeks Review of 6th Cir. Ruling on Rent

TRANSMISSION SOLUTIONS: Wants to Use Newtek's Cash Collateral
TREY WEST: Case Summary & 5 Unsecured Creditors
TROVAGENE INC: Needs More Capital to Continue as Going Concern
VINCENT ABELL: Ct. Narrows Issues for Trial in Suit vs. Basnett
VITAMIN WORLD: Plans to File for Bankruptcy

WALTER INVESTMENT: Ernst & Young LLP Casts Going Concern Doubt
WHEEL AND TIRE: Exit Plan to Pay Unsecured Claims $150K Per Month

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1111 MYRTLE AVENUE: Entitled to Retain $7.5MM Contract Deposit
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The claims in the adversary proceeding captioned 111 MYRTLE AVENUE
GROUP LLC, Plaintiff-Seller, v. MYRTLE PROPERTY HOLDINGS LLC,
Defendant. MYRTLE PROPERTY HOLDINGS LLC, Counter-Claimant, v. 1111
MYRTLE AVENUE GROUP LLC, Counter-Defendant, Adv. Pro. No. 15-01348
(MKV) (Bankr. S.D.N.Y) arise out of a failed real estate
transaction involving a proposed sale by the Debtor-Plaintiff 1111
Myrtle Avenue Group LLC to Myrtle Property Holdings LLC of certain
real property located on Myrtle Avenue in Brooklyn, New York.

The Plaintiff-Seller contends that it was at all times ready,
willing, and able to close on the sale of the Property, and that
the Defendant refused to close, thereby breaching the Sale and
Purchase Agreement. By reason of the alleged breach, the
Plaintiff-Seller seeks to retain the $7.5 million contract deposit
as damages in accordance with the liquidated damages provision of
the Agreement. The Defendant contends that the Plaintiff-Seller
improperly declared a Time of the Essence date for closing on the
transfer improperly sought to impose a fee for the
Plaintiff-Seller's consent to an intended assignment of the
Agreement, and otherwise failed to satisfy conditions of the sale.
The Defendant further contends that it was ready, willing, and able
to close on the purchase of the Property.

Judge Mary Kay Vyskocil of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Southern District of New York finds that the Defendant-Purchaser
breached the Agreement by appearing at, but refusing to proceed
with, the closing. Accordingly, the Plaintiff-Seller is entitled to
retain the $7.5 million contract deposit as liquidated damages
pursuant to the Agreement. Judgment should be entered in favor of
the Plaintiff-Seller in the amount of $7.5 million and the
Defendant's counterclaims should be dismissed.

In light of the Plaintiff having made out a prima facie case that
the Defendant was in breach, the burden shifts to the Defendant to
prove that it was ready, willing, and able to tender the purchase
price at the closing. From the evidence presented, the only
reasonable inference to be drawn is that the Defendant-Purchaser
did not have the funds to close on the transaction on Law Day. The
Court, therefore, finds that the Defendant has failed to
demonstrate its ability or willingness to close on Law Day. The
Court concludes that by failing to tender the purchase price at the
valid time is of the essence closing, the Defendant materially
defaulted on the Agreement.

The Court rules that the Defendant-Purchaser's counterclaim for
relief is dismissed. The Defendant-Purchaser concedes that if the
Court were to determine that Purchaser was not ready, willing, and
able to close, Purchaser is foreclosed from seeking specific
performance under the Agreement. Defendant-Purchaser's
acknowledgment that the Court may find it was not ready, willing,
and able at the closing is also fatal to its claim for money
damages. The Plaintiff has established both that Plaintiff-Seller
tendered performance at the closing and that Defendant-Purchaser
was not ready, willing, and able to close on Law Day. The
Defendant-Purchaser has not rebutted this showing by proving that
it was ready, willing, and able to close on Law Day. Accordingly,
the Defendant is not entitled to specific performance or money
damages.

The bankruptcy case is In re: 1111 MYRTLE AVENUE GROUP LLC, Debtor.
1111 MYRTLE AVENUE GROUP LLC, Plaintiff-Seller, v. MYRTLE PROPERTY
HOLDINGS LLC, Defendant. MYRTLE PROPERTY HOLDINGS LLC,
Counter-Claimant, v. 1111 MYRTLE AVENUE GROUP LLC,
Counter-Defendant, Case No. 15-12454 (MKV) (Bankr. S.D.N.Y).

A full-text copy of Judge Vyskocil's Memorandum Opinion and Order
dated August 25, 2017, is available at https://is.gd/ulVI5B from
Leagle.com.

Jaime Farias, Plaintiff, represented by Michael Jay Berger --
michael.berger@bankruptcypower.com

Adrian Hernandez, Defendant, represented by Eric Bensamochan --
eric@eblawfirm.us

                 About 1111 Myrtle Avenue Group

1111 Myrtle Avenue Group LLC owns a commercial property located at
1103-1111 Myrtle Avenue, Brooklyn, New York.  The property is
leased to two tenants: (a) the United States of America occupies
most of the commercial space as a Social Security office, pursuant
to a lease coming up for renewal, and (b) Eagle 99 Cents Store
Inc., which runs a retail store, occupies the remainder of the
premises.  The Property is subject to a first mortgage lien
securing a loan in the principal amount of $6,283,545 received
from United International Bank ("UIB").

1111 Myrtle Avenue Group LLC filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition
(Bankr. S.D.N.Y. Case No. 15-12454) on Sept. 1, 2015, after Myrtle
Property Holdings LLC backed out of a deal to buy the Debtor's
property.

The petition was signed by Aaron C. Ambalu as manager.

The Debtor disclosed total assets of $29.6 million and total
liabilities of $6.23 million.  The secured creditor is United
International Bank, which is owed $6.18 million on a first
mortgage.

The Debtor won approval to hire Goldberg Weprin Finkel Goldstein
LLP as counsel.


30DC INC: Terminates Registration of Common Stock
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30DC, Inc. filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission a Form
15 notifying the termination of registration of its common stock
under Section 12(g) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.  As of
Sept. 1, 2017, there were only 136 holders of records of the common
shares.

                       About 30DC Inc.

New York-based 30DC, Inc., provides Internet marketing services and
related training to help Internet companies in operating their
businesses.

30DC reported a net loss of $1.59 million on $738,000 of total
revenue for the year ended June 30, 2015, compared to net income of
$58,918 on $2.35 million of total revenue for the year ended June
30, 2014.  As of March 31, 2016, 30DC had $1.15 million in total
assets, $2.55 million in total liabilities and a total
stockholders' deficit of $1.39 million.

MaloneBailey, LLP, in Houston, Texas, issued a "going concern"
qualification on the consolidated financial statements for the year
ended June 30, 2015, citing that the Company has accumulated losses
from operations since inception and has a working capital deficit
as of June 30, 2015.  These conditions raise substantial doubt
about the Company's ability to continue as a going concern.


A GREENER GLOBE: Trustee May Obtain $2.6M Loan from Vindrauga
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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of California
authorized Russell Burbank, the Chapter 11 trustee for A Greener
Globe, to (i) enter into the Loan and Option Agreement with
Vindrauga Corp. to obtain $2.6 million postpetition financing; (ii)
grant liens and security interests; and (iii) sell the two
contiguous parcels of real property located in Roseville,
California, pursuant to the Option Agreement.

A hearing on the Motion was held on Aug. 22, 2017 at 10:30 a.m.

The Trustee is authorized and directed to pay directly from the
Interim Loan proceeds through escrow all amounts due or necessary
to satisfy these obligations:

   a. All past due real property taxes in the estimated amount of
$60,000;

   b. All amounts owed to Western Highland Mortgage Fund I, LLC
secured by first and second deeds of trust against two contiguous
parcels of real property located at 901 and 903 Galleria Blvd.,
Roseville, California, Assessor's Parcel Numbers 015-100-062-000
and 015-100-63-000 owned by the Debtor ("Real Property"), in the
estimated amount of $1,141,157;

   c. All amounts owed to James R. Walsh secured by a third deed of
trust against the Real Property, in the estimated amount of
$415,000; and

   d. All amounts owed to Richard Steffan secured by a fourth deed
of trust against the Real Property, in the estimated amount of
$145,000.

If a dispute arises regarding a payoff demand from one or more of
the foregoing described, secured creditors, the Trustee may pay the
undisputed portion of the payoff demand, but must set aside funds
from the loan proceeds in a segregated account equal to 150% of the
disputed portion of the payoff demand until the dispute is
resolved, at which time the allowed balance owed will be paid to
the secured creditor including all accrued interest, fees, costs
and charges required to be paid thereon in accordance with the
provisions of the secured creditor's loan documents or other
documents evidencing the secure creditor's claim or at the rate
provided by law, whichever is applicable.

The secured creditor's lien or encumbrance will attach to the Set
Aside and will further continue to attach to the cash collateral
currently held by the Trustee in the approximate amount of $150,000
in the same order scope and priority as of the petition date.  The
reconveyance of the secured creditors' deeds of trust as required
in connection with the Interim Loan will have the effect of
releasing the liens on the Real Property only, and will not affect
any lien(s) which may attach to the loan proceeds as provided.

Provided that the payment from the Interim Loan to Western is a
payment in full without dispute as to any amount in the payoff
demand, such payment will be a final payment in full satisfaction
of all obligations due Western.  The payments from the Interim Loan
to Walsh and Steffan will be interim payments subject to the
Trustee's rights to surcharge their collateral.

The Trustee is authorized to, and under the Agreement does, grant
Vindrauga a lien on the Real Property, effective upon the funding
of the Interim Loan, which lien is governed by the terms of the
Interim Trust Deed.  The Trustee is authorized to use cash
collateral that is subject to the Interim Trust Deed in accordance
with the terms of the Agreement, or otherwise subject to the
written consent of Vindrauga, or pursuant to further order of the
Court obtained after proper notice to Vindrauga.

The Interim Trust Deed will be senior in priority to: (i) any
security interest in the Real Property asserted by Central Valley
Regional Water Quality Control Board; (ii) any security interest in
the Real Property asserted by Daniel G. Sheehan; (iii) any security
interest in the Real Property asserted by Jacklyn C. Sheehan; (iv)
any security interest in the Real Property asserted by Robb Hewitt;
and (v) any security interest in the Real Property asserted by
Weintraub Tobin Chediak Coleman Grodin Law Corp.
Concurrently with the funding of the Interim Loan, the Trustee will
execute and deliver to Vindrauga an Option Agreement, granting to
Vindrauga the right to purchase all of the bankruptcy estate's
right, title and interest in and to the Real Property and all
associated easements, licenses and other real and personal property
interests ("Property") for the purchase price of $3,200,000 in
cash, as is, and with all faults, and subject to the terms and
conditions of the Purchase and Sale Agreement ("Option").  The
Option will expire at 5:00 p.m. (PT) on the later of: (i) Dec. 31,
2017; or (ii) 120 days after delivery to Vindrauga of the report by
Wallace-Kuhl & Associates as required by section 6 of the
Agreement.  The Option may be exercised at any time prior to its
expiration, in the manner provided for under the Option Agreement.
The tenns of the Option Agreement are approved.

If Vindrauga properly and timely exercises the Option, the sale of
the Property to Vindrauga under the terms of set forth in the
Purchase and Sale Agreement is approved and confirmed.  Pursuant to
the Purchase and Sale Agreement, Vindrauga will be acquiring the
Property "as is, where is, in its current condition, with all
faults" and in reliance upon Vindrauga's own studies,
investigations and due diligence, and without any warranty, express
or implied.  The sale is free and clear of liens, deeds, mortgages,
encumbrances, interests, claims and security interests.

The liens of the Water Resources Board will attach to the net
proceeds of the sale of the Property pursuant to the Purchase and
Sale Agreement with the same priority, validity, force, and effect,
if any, as it now has in or against the Property, subject to all
claims and defenses the Estate may possess with respect thereto.

No additional overbidding will take place with respect to the
Interim Loan, the Option Agreement or the sale of the Property to
Vindrauga under the Option Agreement and Purchase and Sale
Agreement.

The provisions of Fed. R. Bankr. P 6004(h), which provides for an
order authorizing the use, sale, or lease of property to be stayed
until the expiration of 14 days after entry of the order, is waived
for purposes of the transaction subject of the Order.

                     About A Greener Globe

A Greener Globe is a California corporation qualified to do
business as a non-profit public benefit corporation.  Incorporated
on Dec. 7, 1993, the Company was formed to operate recycling
centers, provide educational materials and information on
conservation and recycling, and provide employment for physically
and mentally challenged individuals.

A Greener Globe sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. E.D. Cal. Case No. 16-21900) on March 28,
2016, estimating under $1 million in both assets and liabilities.
The Debtor was represented by W. Steven Shumway, Esq.

On June 14, 2015, the Court approved the Office of the U.S.
Trustee's appointment of Russell K. Burbank as the Chapter 11
trustee.  The Trustee tapped Felderstein Fitzgerald Willoughby &
Pascuzzi LLP as legal counsel, and Burr, Pilger Mayer, Inc., as his
accountant.  No official committee of unsecured creditors has been
appointed in the case.


ACTIVECARE INC: Requires Additional Time to File June 30 Form 10-Q
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ActiveCare, Inc. filed a Form 12b-25 with the Securities and
Exchange Commission notifying that it needs additional time to
complete the presentation of its financial statements and the
analysis thereof for the period ended June 30, 2017.

                      About ActiveCare

South West Valley City, Utah-based ActiveCare, Inc., develops and
markets products for monitoring the health of and providing
assistance to mobile and homebound seniors and the chronically ill.
ActiveCare is organized into three businesses.  The Stains and
Reagents segment is engaged in the business of manufacturing and
marketing medical diagnostic stains, solutions and related
equipment to hospitals and medical testing labs.  The CareServices
segment is engaged in the business of developing, distributing and
marketing mobile health monitoring and concierge services to
distributors and customers.  The Chronic Illness Monitoring segment
is primarily engaged in the monitoring of diabetic patients on a
real time basis.

ActiveCare incurred a net loss attributable to common stockholders
of $16.33 million for the year ended Sept. 30, 2016, following a
net loss attributable to common stockholders of $12.82 million for
the year ended Sept. 30, 2015.

Tanner LLC, in Salt Lake City, Utah, issued a "going concern"
opinion on the consolidated financial statements for the year ended
Sept. 30, 2016, citing that the Company has recurring losses,
negative cash flows from operating activities, negative working
capital, negative total equity, and certain debt that is in
default.  These conditions, among others, raise substantial doubt
about its ability to continue as a going concern.


ADAMIS PHARMACEUTICALS: Incurs $4.97M Net Loss in 2nd Quarter
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Adamis Pharmaceuticals Corporation filed with the Securities and
Exchange Commission its quarterly report on Form 10-Q reporting a
net loss of $4.97 million on $3.80 million of net revenue for the
three months ended June 30, 2017, compared to a net loss of $5.71
million on $1.92 million of net revenue for the three months ended
June 30, 2016.

For the six months ended June 30, 2017, the Company reported a net
loss of $10.74 million on $6.84 million of net revenue compared to
a net loss of $12.12 million on $1.92 million of net revenue for
the six months ended June 30, 2016.

As of June 30, 2017, Adamis had $43.91 million in total assets,
$10.11 million in total liabilities and $33.81 million in total
stockholders' equity.

The Company's cash was $11,742,900 and $5,095,760 at June 30, 2017,
and Dec. 31, 2016, respectively, including approximately $1.0
million in restricted cash held by the Bear State Bank, N.A. as
collateral for a $2.0 million working capital line.  

The Company has significant operating cash flow deficiencies.  The
Company will need additional funding for future operations and the
expenditures that will be required to conduct clinical, development
and regulatory activities relating to the Company's product
candidates, commercially launch any products that may be approved
by applicable regulatory authorities, market and sell products,
satisfy existing obligations and liabilities, and otherwise support
the Company's intended business activities and working capital
needs.  The preceding conditions raise substantial doubt about the
Company's ability to continue as a going concern.

Management's plans include attempting to secure additional required
funding through equity or debt financings, sales or out-licensing
of intellectual property assets, seeking partnerships with other
pharmaceutical companies or third parties to co-develop and fund
research, development or commercialization efforts, or similar
transactions.  The Company gives no assurance that it will be
successful in obtaining the necessary funding to meet its business
objectives.

A full-text copy of the Form 10-Q is available for free at:
  
                     https://is.gd/PrKpyT

                          About Adamis

San Diego, Calif.-based Adamis Pharmaceuticals Corporation (OTC QB:
ADMP) -- http://www.adamispharmaceuticals.com/-- is a
biopharmaceutical company engaged in the development and
commercialization of specialty pharmaceutical and biotechnology
products in the therapeutic areas of respiratory disease, allergy,
oncology and immunology.

Adamis reported a net loss applicable to common stock of $20.81
million on $6.47 million of net revenue for the year ended Dec. 31,
2016, compared to a net loss applicable to common stock of $13.57
million on $0 of net revenue for the year ended Dec. 31, 2015.   

Mayer Hoffman McCann P.C., in San Diego, California, issued a
"going concern" qualification on the consolidated financial
statements for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016, citing that the
Company has incurred recurring losses from operations, and is
dependent on additional financing to fund operations.  These
conditions raise substantial doubt about the Company's ability to
continue as a going concern.


AIRPLANE LTD: UMB Bank Wants to Distribute $23M to Bondholders
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Jack Newsham, writing for Bankruptcy Law360, relates that UMB Bank
NA, on behalf of lenders of Airplanes Ltd. of Jersey and Airplanes
U.S. Trust of Delaware, asked a New York district judge to allow it
to distribute the last $23.3 million it holds to bondholders.

Airplanes Group is trying to reserve the funds for expenses that
include administrative and cash management fees, legal expenses,
tax- and audit-related outlays and paychecks for the company's
directors, Law360 relates.

UMB, however, insisted that the bondholders take priority over all
expenses and that Airplanes Group no longer has a legal right to
maintain any reserve, Law360 points out.

The case is UMB Bank N.A. v. Airplanes Ltd. et al., Case No.
1:16-cv-07717, in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District
of New York.

Airplanes Limited, a limited liability company formed under the
laws of Jersey, Channel Islands and Airplanes U.S. Trust, a
Delaware business trust -- known together as the Airplanes Group
(APG) -- were established in 1995 as special purpose vehicles in
connection with a securitization of aircraft and related assets.
Although APG -- http://www.airplanes-group.com/-- was in the
business, through its subsidiaries, of acquiring, owning, leasing,
and selling aircraft, at present APG owns no aircraft, either
directly or indirectly, having sold the last of the aircraft in May
2016.


APOLLO MEDICAL: Incurs $3.83 Million Net Loss in June 30 Quarter
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Apollo Medical Holdings, Inc. filed with the Securities and
Exchange Commission its quarterly report on Form 10-Q disclosing a
net loss of $3.83 million on $41.57 million of net revenues for the
three months ended June 30, 2017, compared to a net loss of
$899,378 on $12.37 million of net revenues for the three months
ended June 30, 2016.

As of June 30, 2017, Apollo Medical had $43.29 million in total
assets, $46.63 million in total liabilities and a total
stockholders' deficit of $3.33 million.

The Company has a net working capital deficit of approximately $3.1
million and an accumulated deficit of approximately $41.3 million
as of June 30, 2017.  The primary source of liquidity as of June
30, 2017, is cash and cash equivalents of approximately $31.2
million, which includes the capitation payments received from CMS.

"The ability of the Company to continue as a going concern is
dependent upon the Company's ability to increase revenue, reduce
costs, attain a satisfactory level of profitability, obtain
suitable and adequate financing, and further develop business," as
stated in the regulatory filing.  "In addition, the Company may
have to reduce certain overhead costs through the deferral of
salaries and other means, and settle liabilities through
negotiation.  There can be no assurance that management's plan and
attempts will be successful.

"The Company's ability to continue as a going concern also depends,
in significant part, on its ability to obtain the necessary
financing to meet its obligations and pay the Company's obligations
arising from normal business operations as they come due.  To date,
the Company has funded the Company's operations from a combination
of internally generated cash flow and external sources, including
the proceeds from the issuance of equity and/or debt securities.
The Company is substantially dependent upon the consummation of the
Merger to meet the Company's liquidity requirements.  The Company
is currently exploring sources of additional funding.  Without
limiting its available options, future equity financings will most
likely be through the sale of additional shares of its securities.
It is possible that the Company could also offer warrants, options
and/or rights in conjunction with any future issuances of its
common stock.  The Company's current sources of revenues are
insufficient to cover its operating costs, and as such, has
incurred an operating loss since its inception.  Thus, until the
Company can generate sufficient cash flows to fund operations, the
Company remains substantially dependent on raising additional
capital through debt and/or equity transactions.  Currently, the
Company does not have any commitments or assurances for the
proposed Merger or additional capital, nor can the Company provide
assurance that such financing will be available on favorable terms,
or at all. If, after utilizing the existing sources of capital
available to the Company, further capital needs are identified and
the Company is not successful in obtaining the financing, it may be
forced to curtail its existing or planned future operations."

A full-text copy of the Form 10-Q is available for free at:

                     https://is.gd/rM7CxQ

                     About Apollo Medical

Apollo Medical Holdings, Inc. and its affiliated physician groups
-- http://apollomed.net/-- are patient-centered, physician-centric
integrated population health management company working to provide
coordinated, outcomes-based medical care in a cost-effective
manner.  Led by a management team with over a decade of experience,
ApolloMed has built a company and culture that is focused on
physicians providing high-quality medical care, population health
management and care coordination for patients, particularly senior
patients and patients with multiple chronic conditions.  ApolloMed
believes that the Company is well-positioned to take advantage of
changes in the rapidly evolving U.S. healthcare industry, as there
is a growing national movement towards more results-oriented
healthcare centered on the triple aim of patient satisfaction,
high-quality care and cost efficiency.

Apollo Medical reported a net loss attributable to the Company of
$8.96 million on $57.42 million of net revenues for the year ended
March 31, 2017, compared to a net loss attributable to the Company
of $9.34 million on $44.04 million of net revenues for the year
ended March 31, 2016.  

BDO USA, LLP, in Los Angeles, California, expressed substantial
doubt about the Company's ability to continue as a going concern in
its report on the consolidated financial statements for the year
ended March 31, 2017.  The auditors said the Company has suffered
recurring losses from operations and has generated negative cash
flows from operations since inception, resulting in an accumulated
deficit of $37.7 million as of March 31, 2017.


ARCADIA BIOSCIENCES: Operating Cash Flow Raises Going Concern Doubt
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Arcadia Biosciences, Inc., filed its quarterly report on Form 10-Q,
disclosing a net loss of $4.01 million on $991,000 of total
revenues for the three months ended June 30, 2017, compared with a
net loss of $4.55 million on $721,000 of total revenues for the
same period in 2016.  

For the six months ended June 30, 2017, the Company listed a net
loss of $8.22 million on $2.01 million of total revenues, compared
to a net loss of $9.74 million on $1.57 million of total revenues
for the same period in the prior year.

The Company's balance sheet at June 30, 2017, showed $48.43 million
in total assets, $33.67 million in total liabilities, and a
stockholders' equity of $14.76 million.

Since inception, the Company has financed its operations primarily
through equity and debt financings.  As of June 30, 2017, the
Company had an accumulated deficit of $159.8 million, cash and cash
equivalents of $13.4 million, and short-term investments of $30.7
million.  The Company repaid its $25.0 million term loan and
related interest, prepayment and end-of-term payments totaling $1.3
million with Silicon Valley Bank in July 2017.  The Company's cash
and investments combined with its anticipated cash used in
operations raises substantial doubt about the Company's ability to
continue as a going concern.

A copy of the Form 10-Q is available at:

                        https://is.gd/GkOowO

Based in Davis, Calif., Arcadia Biosciences, Inc., is an
agricultural biotechnology trait company engaged in the development
of traits that improve food, feed and fiber crops, and enhance the
value of the resulting agricultural products.  The Company's traits
are focused on high-value enhancements that increase crop yields by
enabling plants to more efficiently manage environmental and
nutrient stresses, and that enhance the quality and nutritional
value of agricultural products.  Its distinct areas of focus are
the improvement of crop yields by mitigating the impacts of abiotic
stresses such as drought, heat, nutrient deficiency, water
scarcity, and soil salinity and the enhancement of the nutritional
quality of crops by changing the compositional quality of oilseeds
and grains.


ARIZONA FUNDRAISING: Wants To Use Cash Collateral For 90 Days
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Arizona Fundraising Solutions, Inc., asks for permission from the
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Arizona to use cash
collateral to pay the ordinary and necessary expenses of operating
and maintaining the Debtor's business for a period of approximately
90 days.

The Debtor says that in order to continue operations and preserve
the value of its bankruptcy estate during these proceedings, it is
necessary for the Debtor to use its cash-on-hand and the income
derived from post-petition operations to pay the Debtor's ordinary
and necessary expenses.

The Debtor suspects that Wells Fargo Bank, National Association,
and Apex Fun Run LLC assert a security interest in, among other
things, the Debtor's cash, equipment, and accounts receivable, and
contend that the income constitutes cash collateral.

Apex has consented to the use of any asserted cash collateral in
conformance with the budget.

The Debtor says that it has not had sufficient time to determine
the validity, priority, enforceability, or extent of any lien
asserted by the Creditors, or any other party, and expressly
reserves its rights to contest any such lien or otherwise object to
the claim related thereto.

According to the Debtor, it is crucial for the Debtor to have the
use of the Income to operate and maintain its business in order to
preserve its going-concern value while the Debtor proposes and
implements a plan of reorganization or liquidation.  The Debtor
believes that its business operations would suffer immediate and
irreparable harm if it is not allowed to use the income to pay the
expenses.

The Debtor is willing to grant the Creditors a replacement lien on
its collateral, to the same extent, and with the same validity and
priority, as held on the Petition Date.

A copy of the Debtor's Motion is available at:

              http://bankrupt.com/misc/azb17-10016-8.pdf

              About Arizona Fundraising Solutions

Headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, Arizona Fundraising
Solutions, Inc. d/b/a Apex Fun Run RUN AZ --
http://apexfunrun.com/apexaz-- owns a fundraising franchise, which
is operated under the auspices of a certain Franchise Agreement,
dated as of Feb. 26, 2015, between Arizona Fundraising and Apex Fun
Run LLC.  Arizona Fundraising is engaged, generally, in organizing
and managing fund-raising events for elementary schools.

Arizona Fundraising filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection
(Bankr. D. Ariz. Case No. 17-10016) on Aug. 25, 2017, estimating
its assets at up to $50,000 and liabilities at between $1 million
and $10 million.  The petition was signed by Christopher J.
Stewart, president.

Judge Paul Sala presides over the case.

Randy Nussbaum, Esq., and Wesley Denton Ray, Esq., at Sacks Tierney
P.A., serve as the Debtor's bankruptcy counsel.


AVAYA INC: Plan Outline Okayed, Plan Hearing on Nov. 15
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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York is
set to hold a hearing on November 15 to consider approval of the
Chapter 11 plan of reorganization for Avaya Inc. and its
affiliates.

The court had earlier approved the companies' disclosure statement,
allowing them to start soliciting votes from creditors.  

The order signed on August 25 set a November 1 deadline for
creditors to file their objections to the plan.  Creditors have
until October 27 to cast their votes accepting or rejecting the
plan.

Class 6 general unsecured creditors will be paid 19.7% of their
claims under the companies' latest restructuring plan filed on
August 24.  Under the plan, the companies increased the estimated
amount to be recovered by unsecured creditors to 19.7% from 8.2%.

The estimated amount reflects a preliminary estimate based on the
initial review of the proofs of claim filed and claims scheduled,
adjusting for certain multi-debtor, duplicative or amended claims,
as well as certain litigation risk and other assumptions.

As is customary for large technology companies, Avaya and its
affiliates are party to a number of pending lawsuits, legal
proceedings and claims.  A number of the claims filed as a result
of those proceedings contain estimates and allegations that the
companies disagree with.  

The companies do not believe any reasonable outcome of any
currently existing proceeding, even if determined adversely, would
interfere with the feasibility of the plan.  However, if they do
not prevail in the pending lawsuits, legal proceedings and claims,
then the actual recovery percentage for allowed general unsecured
claims may be substantially lower than estimated, according to the
companies' latest disclosure statement filed on August 24.

A full-text copy of the disclosure statement is available for free
at https://is.gd/6J7s74

                        About Avaya Inc.

Avaya Inc., together with its affiliates, is a multinational
company that provides communications products and services,
including, telephone communications, internet telephony, wireless
data communications, real-time video collaboration, contact
centers, and customer relationship software to companies of various
sizes.  

The Avaya Enterprise serves over 200,000 customers, consisting of
multinational enterprises, small- and medium-sized businesses, and
911 services as well as government organizations operating in a
diverse range of industries.  It has approximately 9,700 employees
worldwide as of Dec. 31, 2016.

Avaya Inc. and 17 of its affiliates sought protection under Chapter
11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. Lead Case No. 17-10089)
on Jan. 19, 2017.  The petitions were signed by Eric S. Koza, CFA,
chief restructuring officer.  

Judge Stuart M. Bernstein presides over the cases.

The Debtors have hired Kirkland & Ellis LLP as legal counsel;
Centerview Partners LLC as investment banker; Zolfo Cooper LLC as
restructuring advisor; PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP as auditor; KPMG
LLP as tax and accountancy advisor; and The Siegfried Group, LLP,
as financial services consultant.  Prime Clerk LLC is their claims
and noticing agent.

On Jan. 31, 2017, the U.S. Trustee for Region 2, appointed an
official committee of unsecured creditors.  Morrison & Foerster is
the creditors committee's counsel.

On April 13, 2017, the Debtors filed their joint Chapter 11 plan of
reorganization.

Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP and Rothschild, Inc., serve as
advisors to an ad hoc group -- Ad Hoc Crossholder Group --
comprised of holders of the Company's (i) 33.98% of the $3.235
billion total amount outstanding under loans issued pursuant to a
Third Amended and Restated Credit Agreement, amended and restated
as of December 12, 2012 (the "Prepetition Cash Flow Term Loans");
(ii) 28.38% of the $1.009 billion total principal amount
outstanding under notes issued pursuant to an indenture for the
7.00% Senior Secured Notes Due 2019 (the "7.00% First Lien Notes");
(iii) 12.82% of the $290 million total principal amount outstanding
under notes issued pursuant to an indenture for 9.00% Senior
Secured Notes Due 2019 (the "9.00% First Lien Notes"); (iv) 83.70%
of the $1.384 billion total amount outstanding under notes issued
pursuant to an indenture for 10.5% Senior Secured Notes Due 2021
(the "Second Lien Notes"); and (v) 24% of the $725 million
outstanding under loans issued under the Debtors'
debtor-in-possession financing (the "DIP Facility") pursuant to a
Superpriority Secured Debtor-In-Possession Credit Agreement, dated
as of Jan. 24, 2017.


BAKKEN INCOME: Has Court's Okay to Use Cash Collateral
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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado has granted
Bakken Income Fund LLC authorization to use cash collateral until
Aug. 31, 2017, in order to continue the Debtor's ordinary course
business operations and to maintain the value of its bankruptcy
estate.

The Debtor's use of cash collateral will also terminate when the
Debtor files a motion seeking to obtain any credit or incur any
financing indebtedness that is secured by a lien on, or security
interest in, the prepetition collateral which is senior to or pari
passu with the prepetition liens or the adequate protection liens,
or having administrative priority status which is senior to or pari
passu with the adequate protection superpriority claims.

BOKF, N.A., d/b/a Bank of Oklahoma f/k/a Bank of Oklahoma, NA, as
lender, consented of use of cash collateral in the amount of
$28,277.26 through Dec. 3, 2016, in accordance with approved
budget.  Since Dec. 3, 2016, the Debtor has used the Bank's cash
collateral in an amount of no less than $120,000 and without the
Bank's consent.  The Debtor will make a one-time adequate
protection payment to the Bank in the amount of $130,095,
representing seven monthly payments of $18,585 for the months of
December 2016 through June 2017.  Going forward, Debtor will make
monthly adequate protection payments to the Bank on the 15th day to
each month, commencing July 15, 2017, in the amount of $18,585.
The Debtor has not made the July and August 2017 adequate
protection payments and is ordered to immediately pay to $37,170 to
the Bank.

BOKF, N.A., will have valid, binding, perfected, continuing,
enforceable and non-avoidable replacement security interests in,
and liens upon all of the Debtor's assets and property, including,
without limitation, the prepetition collateral, except avoidance
actions under Chapter 5 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, which will be
senior to all other liens.  The Adequate Protection Liens will be
subject to prior payment of U.S. Trustee fees.

To the extent that the Adequate Protection Liens and any adequate
protection payments are insufficient to compensate BOKF, N.A., from
any diminution in value of its interests in the prepetition
collateral arising from the Debtor's use or disposition of cash
collateral, the Secured Party is granted superpriority
administrative expense claims in the Debtor's Chapter 11 case.  The
Secured Party's Adequate Protection Superpriority Claims will have
priority over any and all claims against the Debtor by any
affiliate or insider of Debtor, including but not limited to
Coachman Energy Administrator, LLC, Bakken Drilling Fund III,
Bakken Drilling Fund IV and Coachman Energy Land II, Coachman
Energy Managing General Partners, LLC, and Coachman Energy Partners
LLC, and including administrative expenses and adequate protection
claims of the affiliate or insider, but subject to prior payment of
the U.S. Trustee fees.

The Debtor, as borrower, and the Bank are parties to that certain
Credit Agreement, dated as of July 7, 2014, as modified by that
certain Forbearance Agreement made as of Aug. 9, 2016.  As of the
Petition Date, the Debtor was indebted and liable to the Secured
Party under the Credit Documents in the aggregate principal amount
of not less than $2,216,967 plus any amounts unpaid, incurred, or
accrued prior to the Petition Date in accordance with the credit
documents.  To secure the prepetition obligations, the Debtor
granted to the Secured Party liens on and security interests in all
of the Debtor's assets and property, including the assets and
property as described in the credit documents, and the proceeds
thereof.  The Debtor acknowledges that all of its cash revenues are
product and proceeds of the prepetition collateral.

Zavanna, LLC, purports to hold, as operator of various oil and gas
wells and other properties in which the Debtor has an interest,
valid claims, entitlements that Zavanna claims would entitle it to
priority of right and payment over the claims and liens of the
Secured Party in and to the Prepetition Collateral.  The adequate
protection lien granted to Zavanna will rank in the same relative
priority to the Adequate Protection Liens granted to the Secured
Party as the Operator Rights purportedly held by Zavanna rank in
relation to the Prepetition Liens on the Prepetition Collateral, as
the priority is determined by a final court order not subject to
appeal or by stipulation between Zavanna and the Secured Party.

A copy of the Order is available at:

          http://bankrupt.com/misc/cob16-20212-138.pdf

As reported by the Troubled Company Reporter on June 30, 2017, the
Debtor sought court approval to use its cash collateral to fund its
ordinary course operations through Aug. 15, 2017.

                    About Bakken Income Fund

Bakken Income Fund LLC is an oil and gas investment fund.  It was
formed in Colorado in 2011.  Its corporate offices are located at
521 DTC Parkway, Suite 200, Greenwood Village, Colorado.

Bakken Income Fund sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Colo. Case No. 16-20212) on Oct. 17,
2016.  Randall Kenworthy, the managing member, signed the petition.
The Debtor estimated its assets and liabilities at $1 million to
$10 million.

Judge Elizabeth E. Brown oversees the case.

The Debtor tapped Courtney H. Gilmer, Esq., at Baker, Donelson,
Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, P.C. as lead bankruptcy counsel, and
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP as co-counsel.  The Debtor
also hired TenOaks Energy Advisors, LLC, as sales agent.

No trustee, examiner or official creditors' committee has been
appointed.


BCC SANDUSKY: Ch.11 Trustee Taps Cushman & Wakefield as Broker
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The Chapter 11 trustee for BCC Sandusky Permanent, LLC seeks
approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District
of Ohio to hire a real estate broker.

Richard Nelson, the bankruptcy trustee, proposes to employ Cushman
& Wakefield U.S., Inc. in connection with the sale of the Debtor's
shopping center known as part of the Crossings of Sandusky.  The
property is located in Sandusky, Ohio.

The firm will be paid either 1.5% of the gross sales price at the
closing of the property if sold to an outside third-party, or a
flat fee of $75,000, if the sale is a credit bid from the Debtor's
lender.

Cushman & Wakefield is "disinterested" as defined in section
101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code, according to court filings.

The firm can be reached through:

     Douglas Bolton
     Cushman & Wakefield U.S., Inc.
     201 E. 4th Street, Suite 1800
     Cincinnati, OH 45202

                  About BCC Sandusky Permanent

Based in Cincinnati, Ohio, BCC Sandusky Permanent LLC's business
operation involves the lease of the structures and land on its real
property known as the Crossings of Sandusky to the various
retail-business establishments, which operate from the property.

BCC Sandusky sought protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy
Code (Bankr. N.D. Ohio Case No. 17-30905) on March 30, 2017.  The
petition was signed by George W. Fels, co-manager.  At the time of
the filing, the Debtor estimated its assets and debt at $10 million
to $50 million.

The Chapter 11 case is assigned to Judge Mary Ann Whipple.

The Debtor is represented by Steven L. Diller, Esq. and Eric R.
Neumann, Esq., at Diller and Rice, LLC, and Raymond L. Beebe, Esq.,
at Raymond L. Beebe Co.

On April 7, 2017, the Bankruptcy Court appointed NAI Daus as
receiver for BCC Sandusky Permanent.  The receiver hired Frost
Brown Todd LLC as counsel.

On July 14, 2017, by order of the court, Richard D. Nelson was
appointed as Chapter 11 trustee for the Debtor.  The trustee hired
Business Property Specialist Inc. as property manager.


BMB MUNAI: Reports $8.4 Million Net Income in First Quarter 2017
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BMB Munai, Inc. filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission
its quarterly report on Form 10-Q disclosing net income
attributable to common shareholders of $8.37 million on $13.55
million of total revenue for the three months ended June 30, 2017,
compared to a net loss attributable to common shareholders of $1.24
million on $1.04 million of total revenue for the three months
ended June 30, 2016.

As of June 30, 2017, BMB Munai had $164.59 million in total assets,
$106.58 million in total liabilities and $58.01 million in total
stockholders' equity.

As of June 30, 2017, the Company had cash and cash equivalents of
$34.16 million, compared to cash and cash equivalents of $21.83
million, as of March 31, 2017.  At June 30, 2017, the Company had
total current assets (less restricted cash) of $150.05 million, and
total current liabilities (less deferred distribution payment) of
$98.04 million, resulting in working capital of $52 million.  By
comparison, at March 31, 2017, the Company had total current assets
(less restricted cash) of $107.69 million and total current
liabilities (less deferred distribution payment) of $68.54 million,
resulting in working capital of $39.15 million.

During the three months ended June 30, 2017, Mr. Turlov the
Company's CEO and chairman made total capital contributions to the
Company of $8.16 million.  With the closing of the Freedom RU
acquisition on June 29, 2017, the Company anticipates that
commencing in the second fiscal quarter 2018, revenue generated by
its subsidiaries will be sufficient to meet its liquidity and
capital resources needs.

A full-text copy of the Form 10-Q is available for free at:

                      https://is.gd/YUIlMr

                        About BMB Munai

BMB Munai, Inc., is engaged in oil and natural gas exploration and
production through Emir Oil LLP, which was sold to a third party
entity in 2011.  The Company has been focused on satisfying its
post-closing undertakings in connection with the sale of Emir Oil,
winding down its operations in Kazakhstan and exploring oil and gas
opportunities.

BMB Munai reported a net loss of $578,139 on $0 of revenues for the
year ended March 31, 2017, compared to a net loss of $491,999 on $0
of revenues for the year ended March 31, 2016.


BOBALU INC: Taps Almeida & Davila as Legal Counsel
--------------------------------------------------
Bobalu Inc. seeks approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Puerto Rico to hire legal counsel.

The Debtor proposes to employ Almeida & Davila, P.S.C. to give
legal advice regarding its duties under the Bankruptcy Code and
provide other legal services related to its Chapter 11 case.

The hourly rates charged by the firm are:

     Enrique Almeida Bernal     $200
     Zelma Carrasquillo         $200
     Associates                 $175
     Paralegals                  $85

Almeida & Davila will receive a retainer in the mount of $7,000.

Enrique Almeida Bernal, Esq., disclosed in a court filing that the
members of his firm are "disinterested persons" as defined in
section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code.

Almeida & Davila can be reached through:

     Enrique M. Almeida Bernal, Esq.
     Almeida & Davila, P.S.C.
     P.O. Box 191757
     San Juan, PR 00919-1757
     Phone: (787) 722-2500
     Fax: (787) 777-1376
     Email: ealmeida@almeidadavila.com

                        About Bobalu Inc.

Bobalu Inc. sought protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy
Code (Bankr. D. P.R. Case No. 17-06083) on August 29, 2017.
Lourdes Milagros Santiago Torres, president, signed the petition.
Judge Mildred Caban Flores presides over the case.

At the time of the filing, Bobalu disclosed $45,275 in assets and
$1.37 million in liabilities.

Bobalu  is a small business debtor as defined in 11 U.S.C. Section
101(51D).  It previously sought bankruptcy protection (Bankr.
D.P.R. Case No. 16-03662) on May 6, 2016.


C&D COAL: Kingston, RTB Holdings Oppose Approval of Plan Outline
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Kingston Coal Company and Kingston Gas LLC asked the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania to deny
approval of the disclosure statement, which explains the Chapter 11
plan proposed by C&D Coal Company, LLC.

In a court filing, the creditors' lawyer William Kelleher, Jr.,
Esq., at Cohen & Grigsby PC, complained the document does not
contain necessary information to enable voting creditors to make an
informed decision about the plan.

"The disclosure statement is silent as to any details regarding the
debtor's ability to realize the contemplated sale, the amounts
creditors will be paid from the imagined sale and any specifics
related to the sale," Mr. Kelleher said.

The attorney also argued that the document "mischaracterizes
Kingston Coal's claim as a claim fully secured by the coal and gas
rights of debtor," pointing out that the creditor filed unsecured
claims for breach of contract and for failure to make payments,
mine diligently and maintain the coal leases.

Another creditor RTB Holdings LLC also opposed the approval of the
company's disclosure statement, saying it is "devoid of any
specific information regarding the actual planned or likely
treatment" of its secured claim.

The next court hearing to consider approval of the disclosure
statement is scheduled for September 14, at 2:00 p.m.

Cohen & Grigsby maintains an office at:

     William Kelleher, Jr., Esq.
     Cohen & Grigsby PC
     Thomas D. Maxson, Esq.
     Helen Sara Ward, Esq.
     625 Liberty Avenue
     Pittsburgh, PA 15222-3152
     Phone: (412) 297-4703
     Fax: (412) 209-1997
     Email: wkelleher@cohenlaw.com
     Email: tmaxson@cohenlaw.com
     Email: hward@cohenlaw.com

RTB Holdings is represented by:

     Mark A. Lindsay, Esq.
     Erica K. Dausch, Esq.
     Babst, Calland, Clements & Zomnir, P.C.
     Two Gateway Center – 6th Floor
     603 Stanwix Street
     Pittsburgh, PA 15222
     Phone: (412) 394-5400
     Email: mlindsay@babstcalland.com
     Email: edausch@babstcalland.com

          About C&D Coal Company and Derry Coal Company

C&D Coal Company, LLC, and Derry Coal Company, LLC, both based in
Derry, PA, filed separate Chapter 11 petitions (Bankr. W.D Pa. Case
Nos. 16-24726 and 16-24727) on Dec. 22, 2016.  The petitions were
signed by Jimmy Edward Cooper, managing member.

The cases are not jointly administered.  Judge Gregory L. Taddonio
presides over the case of C&D. Judge Thomas P. Agresti was
initially assigned to Derry Coal's case.  Judge Taddonio later took
over.

The Debtors are represented by Robert O Lampl, Esq., at Robert O.
Lampl, Attorney at Law.

C&D listed $10 million to $50 million in both assets and
liabilities.  Derry Coal listed $1 million to $10 million in both
assets and liabilities.

On January 17, 2017, Andrew R. Vara, acting U.S. trustee for Region
3, appointed an official committee of unsecured creditors in C&D's
case. The committee hired Whiteford, Taylor & Preston, LLC as
counsel; and Albert's Capital Services, LLC as financial advisor.

No official committee of unsecured creditors has been appointed in
Derry Coal's case.

The Debtors filed their proposed Chapter 11 plans and disclosure
statements.


C&G'S MOUNTAIN: Taps Lefkovitz & Lefkovitz as Legal Counsel
-----------------------------------------------------------
C&G'S Mountain Music, LLC seeks approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the Middle District of Tennessee to hire legal counsel in
connection with its Chapter 11 case.

The Debtor proposes to employ Lefkovitz & Lefkovitz to, among other
things, give legal advice regarding its duties under the Bankruptcy
Code and assist in the preparation of a bankruptcy plan.

The hourly rates charged by the firm are:

     Steven Lefkovitz     $525
     Associates           $350
     Paralegals           $100

Lefkovitz received an initial retainer fee of $14,283, excluding
court costs, the source of which is from the Debtor's assets.

Steven Lefkovitz, Esq., disclosed in a court filing that he and his
firm do not hold or represent any interest adverse to the Debtor's
estate.

The firm can be reached through:

     Steven L. Lefkovitz, Esq.
     Lefkovitz & Lefkovitz
     618 Church Street, Suite 410
     Nashville, TN 37219
     Phone: (615) 256-8300
     Fax: (615) 255-4516
     Email: slefkovitz@lefkovitz.com

                    About C&G'S Mountain Music

C&G'S Mountain Music, LLC -- https://cgmountainmusic.com/ -- owns
and operates music stores in Tennessee.  It filed a voluntary
chapter 11 bankruptcy case (Bankr. M.D. Tenn. Case No. 17-05869) on
August 29, 2017, listing under $500,000 in both assets and
liabilities.  Judge Marian F Harrison presides over the case.
Steven L. Lefkovitz, Esq., at Law Offices Lefkovitz & Lefkovitz,
serves as the Debtor's counsel.


CALHOUN SATELLITE: Wants to Use Newtek Small's Cash Collateral
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Calhoun Satellite Communications, Inc., seeks permission from the
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania to
use cash collateral.

Essentially all the assets of the Debtor-in-Possession existing as
of the commencement of this reorganization proceeding were subject
as of such a date to Pre-Petition security interests and rights of
Newtek Small Business Finance, LLC, to secure the indebtedness of
both the Debtor and its parent company Transmission Solutions
Group, Inc., a related Chapter 11 Debtor filed simultaneously with
this case to Newtek, which the Debtor estimates was in the amount
of $4.7 million.

According to the Debtor, it is necessary for the continued
operation of the Debtor to convert some or all of the pre-petition
assets to cash and to use the same during the post-petition
functioning of the Debtor.  It is anticipated that Newtek will
permit the use of pre-petition assets for post-petition purposes
assuming the provision of adequate protection is secured through
court order granting Newtek a security interest on all assets now
or hereafter acquired or generated by the Debtor-in-Possession
whether through the use of cash collateral, or otherwise to secure
the amounts owing to Newtek, whether existing as of the
commencement of these proceedings or thereafter incurred or
arising, in consideration of the Debtor-in-Possession's use of cash
arising from the collection or other conversion to cash of
pre-petition assets.

The consent of Newtek for use of cash collateral is for a period of
90 days from the Petition Date, provided that the use is solely in
the ordinary course of business and for the necessary operating
expenses.

The Debtor proposes that Newtek be granted a valid, perfected and
enforceable security interest in and upon all of the
Debtor-in-Possession's tangible and intangible personal property.
As further adequate protection, the Debtor-in-Possession will
continue to make payments to Newtek in an amount equal to the
payments required by the loan documents, which payments will be
made in the time and in the manner set forth in the loan documents
less principal payment, i.e., interest payments only.  In addition,
the Debtor immediately will bring current all interest in arrears
under the loan documents.

The Debtor-in-Possession agrees to grant to Newtek, as additional
adequate protection, an administrative priority for the claim
equivalent in priority to a claim under Section 364(c) (1) of the
U.S. Bankruptcy Code.

A copy of the Debtor's motion is available at:

            http://bankrupt.com/misc/pawb17-23389-19.pdf

              About Calhoun Satellite Communications

Calhoun Satellite Communications, Inc., operates a satellite
transmission business.  Meanwhile, Transmission Solutions Group,
Inc., was formed solely to hold Calhoun's stock.  All of
Transmission's creditors hold identical claims against Calhoun.

Calhoun and Transmission sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. W.D. Pa. Lead Case No. 17-23389) on Aug.
22, 2017.  Kevin Husband, its president, signed the petitions.

The Debtors estimated assets of less than $50,000 and liabilities
of $1 million to $10 million.


CAMBRIDGE REALTY: Taps Richel Commercial as Realtor
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Cambridge Realty Associates, LLC seeks approval from the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey to hire a realtor.

The Debtor proposes to employ Richel Commercial Brokerage LLC in
connection with the sale of its properties located at 1973 Route 34
and 1985 Route 34, Wall Township, New Jersey.

The firm will get a commission of $110,000 from the sale of the
1973 Route property and a 5% commission for the other property.  

Steve Richel, a broker and principal of RCB, disclosed in a court
filing that he and his firm are "disinterested" as defined in
section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code.

The firm can be reached through:

     Steve Richel
     Richel Commercial Brokerage LLC
     106 Apple Street, Suite 100A
     Tinton Falls, NJ 07724
     Phone: 732-720-0538
     Email: srichel@richelcb.com

             About Cambridge Realty Associates LLC

Cambridge Realty Associates, LLC, based in Sea Girt, New Jersey,
filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D.N.J. Case No. 17-26154) on
August 9, 2017.  The petition was signed by Loretta Dweck, its
managing member.  In its petition, the Debtor estimated $5.53
million in assets and $2.99 million in liabilities.  

Judge Christine M. Gravelle presides over the case.  Joseph
Casello, Esq., at Collins Vella & Casello, LLC, serves as
bankruptcy counsel.


CANNELLE PATISSERIE: Gets Approval of Plan to Exit Bankruptcy
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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of New York
approved the plan proposed by Cannelle Patisserie Inc. to exit
Chapter 11 protection.

The court gave the thumbs-up to the restructuring plan after
finding that it satisfied the requirements for confirmation under
the Bankruptcy Code.

In the same filing, the court also gave final approval to the
disclosure statement, which explains the restructuring plan.  

A copy of the plan confirmation order is available for free at
https://is.gd/xcKyUL

The restructuring plan proposes will pay creditors holding general
unsecured claims 5% of the allowed claims or $11,926.33.  These
creditors will be paid in 12 equal monthly installments of $993.86
to be distributed pro rata, starting on the effective date of the
plan, according to the plan filed on July 6.

Cannelle Patisserie will fund the plan through its operations.
Through April 30, 2017, the company has net income of $303,731 or
$46,728 per month, which is enough to fund its obligations,
according to the filing.

                 About Cannelle Patisserie Inc.

Cannelle Patisserie Inc. filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition
(Bankr. E.D.N.Y. Case No. 16-44577) on October 11, 2016.  The
petition was signed by Jean-Claude Perrenau, president.  At the
time of the filing, the Debtor estimated assets of less than
$100,000 and liabilities of less than $1 million.

The Debtor is represented by Daniel C. Marotta, Esq. and Richard M.
Gabor, Esq., at Gabor & Marotta LLC.

On July 6, 2017, the Debtor filed its Chapter 11 plan of
reorganization and disclosure statement.


CARLTON VOLLBERG: Court Dismisses R. Tompkins, et al.'s Suit
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On June 3, 2016, Carlton Mark Vollberg filed a chapter 11
bankruptcy.  On March 15, 2017, creditors Joseph Weaver, Ronald W.
Tompkins, M.D., and Cardinal Management Services filed the
adversary proceeding captioned RONALD W. TOMPKINS M.D., JOSEPH
WEAVER, AND CARDINAL MANAGEMENT SERVICES, Plaintiffs, v. CARLTON
MARK VOLLBERG, Defendant, Adversary Proceeding No.
1:17-ap-01011-SDR (Bankr. E.D. Tenn.), asking the court to
determine the full extent of each of their debts, to determine any
counterclaim that the Debtor may have against Plaintiffs, and to
grant attorney's fees for the prosecution of the action.

On May 1, 2017, the Defendant filed a motion to dismiss for failure
to state a claim upon which relief can be granted. The Defendant
asserts that dismissal is appropriate because the request for
relief is outside the scope of the declaratory judgment provision
in Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 7001, and the complaint
fails to contain sufficient information to support a claim of a
particular amount and to determine what collateral secures those
loans.

Judge Shelley D. Rucker of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Eastern District of Tennessee dismisses the case sua sponte because
it lacks subject matter jurisdiction.  The Defendant's motion to
dismiss will then be moot.

Federal courts have limited jurisdiction. Before the court may
consider any complaint, it must first determine that there is a
case or controversy ripe for review. The court is not convinced the
complaint in this case is ripe for review. The Supreme Court
requires application of a two-part test to determine whether a case
is ripe for judicial action: First, whether the issues are fit for
judicial decision -- that is, whether there is a present case or
controversy between the parties, and second, whether there is
sufficient risk of suffering immediate hardship to warrant prompt
adjudication -- that is, whether withholding judicial decision
would work undue hardship on the parties.

The Court finds that the action fails both prongs of the Supreme
Court's test and is not ripe for review. Thus, the court must
dismiss it. Because the court has determined that there is no case
or controversy ripe for review, Plaintiffs are not entitled to
their attorney's fees in this proceeding.

The dismissal is without prejudice to Plaintiffs' ability to file a
complaint should a case or controversy related to these issues
become ripe in the future.

The bankruptcy case is In re: CARLTON MARK VOLLBERG, Chapter 11,
Debtors; RONALD W. TOMPKINS M.D., JOSEPH WEAVER, AND CARDINAL
MANAGEMENT SERVICES, Plaintiffs, v. CARLTON MARK VOLLBERG,
Defendant, No. 1:16-bk-12276-SDR (Bankr. E.D. Tenn.).

A full-text copy of Judge Rucker's Memorandum dated August 25,
2017, is available at https://is.gd/lo3VD5 frome Leagle.com.

Joseph Weaver, Plaintiff, represented by Harry W. Miller, III.

Carlton Mark Vollberg, Defendant, represented by Jerrold D.
Farinash -- jfarinash@kkflawfirm -- Farinash & Hayduk.

Carlton Mark Vollberg sought Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. E.D.
Tenn. Case No. 16-12276) on June 3, 2016.  The Debtor tapped David
J. Fulton, Esq., at Scarborough & Fulton as counsel.


CHRIS CARLSON: Taps Eron Law as Legal Counsel
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Chris Carlson Hot Rods, LLC seeks approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the District of Kansas to hire legal counsel in
connection with its Chapter 11 case.

The Debtor proposes to employ Eron Law P.A. to, among other things,
give legal advice regarding its duties under the Bankruptcy Code;
assist in the negotiation of financing agreements; and prepare a
bankruptcy plan.

The hourly rates charged by the firm are:

     David Prelle Eron    Shareholder/CEO             $300
     January Bailey       Associate                   $200
     Laura Prelle         Financial Administrator     $100
     Paralegal/Legal Assistant                         $85

David Prelle Eron, Esq., disclosed in a court filing that he and
other attorneys or members of his firm do not hold or represent any
interest adverse to the Debtor's estate.

Eron Law can be reached through:

     David Prelle Eron, Esq.
     Eron Law, P.A.
     229 E. William, Suite 100
     Wichita, KS 67202
     Phone: 316-262-5500
     Fax: 316-262-5559
     Email: david@eronlaw.net

                About Chris Carlson Hot Rods LLC

Chris Carlson Hot Rods, LLC sought protection under Chapter 11 of
the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Kan. Case No. 17-11660) on August
28, 2017.  Christopher Carlson, manager, signed the petition.

At the time of the filing, the Debtor disclosed that it had
estimated assets of less than $500,000 and liabilities of less than
$1 million.

Judge Robert E. Nugent presides over the case.


CIBER INC: Reaches Compromise With CenturyLink Entities
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BankruptcyData.com reported that Ciber Inc. filed with the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court a motion to approve a compromise, and for an order
approving and authorizing its entry into a settlement and release
agreement by and among Ciber, CiberGlobal, Savvis Communications
and CenturyLink Communications.

The motion explains, "Over the past several months, the Parties
have engaged in extensive arm's-length negotiations over, among
other things, the termination of services under the Total Advantage
Agreement, the partial assumption and assignment of the Master
Services and Reseller Agreement, and the resolution of the
CenturyLink Entities' claims against the Debtors.  As a result of
these negotiations, the Parties reached agreement on the terms of
the Proposed Settlement Agreement, which remains subject to Court
approval and provides for, among other things, (a) the partial
assumption by the Debtors and assignment to HTC of the Master
Services and Reseller Agreement, (b) a cure payment by the Debtors
to the CenturyLink Entities of $1,383,834.51, which HTC has funded
via prepayment or will fund pursuant to the transition services
agreement between the Debtors and HTC, and (c) the allowance of
general unsecured claims in the aggregate amount of $388,358.47 in
favor of various CenturyLink Entities. The Proposed Settlement
Agreement also includes mutual releases by the Parties and
provisions relating to the Debtors' continued access to certain
Designated Circuits pursuant to the Total Advantage Agreement."

The Court scheduled a Sept. 25, 2017 hearing to consider the
compromise, with objections due by Sept. 14, 2017.

                       About CIBER Inc.
                          
CIBER, Inc. -- http://www.ciber.com/-- is a global information
technology consulting, services and outsourcing company.  

CIBER, Inc., and two other affiliates sought bankruptcy protection
on April 9, 2017 (Bankr. D. Del. Lead Case No. 17-10772).  The
petition was signed by Christian Mezger, chief financial officer.

The Debtors disclosed total assets of $334.2 million and total
liabilities of $171.9 million as of Sept. 30, 2016.

The Hon. Brendan Linehan Shannon presides over the case.  

Morrison & Foerster LLP is the Debtors' lead bankruptcy counsel.
Polsinelli, PC, serves as co-counsel while Saul Ewing LLP serves as
local counsel.  The Debtors also hired Houlihan Lokey as investment
banker and financial advisor; Alvarez & Marsal North America, LLC,
as restructuring advisor; and Prime Clerk LLC as noticing and
claims agent.

An official committee of unsecured creditors has been appointed in
the Chapter 11 case.  The committee hired Perkins Coie, LLP, as
bankruptcy counsel; Shaw Fishman Glantz & Towbin LLC as co-counsel;
and BDO Consulting as financial advisor.


CLASSICAL DEVELOPMENT: Plan Confirmation Hearing Set for Sept. 18
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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas is set
to hold a hearing on September 18 to consider approval of Classical
Development, Ltd.'s Chapter 11 plan.

The hearing will be held at 11:00 a.m., at Courtroom No. 403,
Fourth Floor.

The court on August 21 approved the company's disclosure statement,
allowing it to start soliciting votes from creditors.  

The order set a September 13 deadline for creditors to file their
objections and cast their votes accepting or rejecting the plan.

The plan proposes to pay creditors in full from the sale of the
company's two-storey building located at 1240 Clear Lake City
Boulevard, in Houston, Texas.  

                 About Classical Development Ltd.

Classical Development, Ltd. was formed in 2002 to operate the real
property with improvements located at 1240 Clear Lake City
Boulevard, Houston, Texas.  The building was originally built in
2000 by Fred Forshey.  

In 2002, Mr. Forshey formed Forshey Piano Company as a Texas
Corporation to operate his piano business.  He then formed Music
Management, LLC, which is the general partner of Classical
Development.  Classical Development has operated as the landlord to
Forshey Piano Company.

Classical Development sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. S.D. Texas Case No. 17-31113) on Feb. 27,
2017.  The petition was signed by Mr. Forshey, president of Music
Management.  At the time of the filing, the Debtor disclosed $3.25
million in assets and $1.43 million in liabilities.

Judge Karen K. Brown presides over the case.  Cooper & Scully, PC,
represents the Debtor as bankruptcy counsel.

On May 25, 2017, the Debtor filed a Chapter 11 plan and disclosure
statement.


CORINDUS VASCULAR: Insufficient Capital Raise Going Concern Doubts
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Corindus Vascular Robotics, Inc., filed its quarterly report on
Form 10-Q, disclosing a net loss of $8.41 million on $2.26 million
of revenue for the three months ended June 30, 2017, compared with
a net loss of $7.59 million on $508,000 of revenue for the same
period in 2016.  

For the six months ended June 30, 2017, the Company listed a net
loss of $18.30 million on $3.03 million of revenue, compared to a
net loss of $15.22 million on $1.62 million of revenue for the same
period in the prior year.

The Company's balance sheet at June 30, 2017, showed $39.81 million
in total assets, $7.80 million in total liabilities, and a
stockholders' equity of $32.01 million.

At June 30, 2017, The Company had cash and cash equivalents of
$35.2 million and working capital of $31.2 million.  The Company
anticipates that these resources, along with cash generated from
operations, will be sufficient to meet its cash requirements for at
least 12 months from August 9, 2017, including funding anticipated
losses and scheduled debt maturities.  However, if the Company is
unable to substantially achieve its operating plans, the Company's
existing capital resources at June 30, 2017, would not be
sufficient to support the current operating plan through August 9,
2018.  The Company expects to seek additional funds from a
combination of dilutive and non-dilutive financings in the future.
Because such transactions has not been finalized, receipt of
additional funding is not considered probable under current
accounting standards.  If the Company do not generate sufficient
cash flows from operations or obtain sufficient funds when needed,
the Company expects it would scale back its operating plan by
deferring or limiting some or all of its capital spending and
discretionary compensation payouts, reducing its spending on
travel, clinical trial and prototypes, or eliminating planned
headcount additions.  Because such contingency actions has not been
finalized (because the specifics would depend on the situation at
the time), such actions also are not considered probable for
purposes of current accounting standards. Because, under current
accounting standards, neither future cash generated from operating
activities, nor its contingency plans to mitigate the risk and
extend cash resources through August 9, 2018, are considered
probable, substantial doubt is deemed to exist about the Company's
ability to continue as a going concern.
A copy of the Form 10-Q is available at:

                        https://is.gd/Gb9Taf

Corindus Vascular Robotics, Inc., is engaged in robotic-assisted
vascular interventions.  The Company's CorPath System is a medical
device that brings robotic-assisted precision to radial, coronary
and peripheral procedures.  The workstation allows the physician
greater control and the freedom from wearing heavy lead protective
equipment that causes musculoskeletal injuries.  It operates
through the development, marketing and sales of robotic-assisted
vascular interventions segment.  The Company is based in Waltham,
Mass.


CRCH LLC: Seeks to Hire Ervin Cohen as Legal Counsel
----------------------------------------------------
CRCH, LLC seeks approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Central District of California to hire legal counsel in connection
with its Chapter 11 case.

The Debtor proposes to employ Ervin, Cohen & Jessup LLP to, among
other things, give legal advice regarding its duties under the
Bankruptcy Code; conduct examinations; and assist in the
preparation and implementation of a plan of reorganization.

The hourly rates charged by the firm for the services of its
attorneys range from $250 to $750.  Howard Camhi, Esq., the
attorney who will be handling the case, will charge $475 per hour.

Mr. Camhi disclosed in a court filing that his firm does not hold
or represent any interest adverse to the Debtor's estate, creditors
or equity security holders.

The firm can be reached through:

     Howard I. Camhi, Esq.,
     Ervin, Cohen & Jessup LLP
     9401 Wilshire Boulevard, Ninth Floor
     Beverly Hills, CA 90212-2974
     Tel: (310) 273-6333
     Fax: (310) 859-2325
     Email: hcamhi@ecjlaw.com

                          About CRCH LLC

CRCH, LLC owns a retail shopping center consisting of approximately
263,757 rentable square feet.  The property is located at
12945-13225 Peyton Drive, Chino Hills, California.  The Debtor
listed its business as a single asset real estate (as defined in 11
U.S.C. Section 101(51B)).

The Debtor sought protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy
Code (Bankr. C.D. Calif. Case No. 17-20270) on August 21, 2017.
Lloyd Lee, chief financial officer, signed the petition.

At the time of the filing, the Debtor disclosed that it had
estimated assets and liabilities of $50 million to $100 million.

Judge Barry Russell presides over the case.


DALE M. WILLIAMS: Taps R.A. Simasek as Accountant
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Dale M. Williams, Inc. seeks approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the Middle District of Florida to hire an accountant.

The Debtor proposes to employ R.A. Simasek P.A. to prepare its tax
returns for 2016 and pay the firm $1,500.

Regis Simasek, an accountant and partner at R.A. Simasek, disclosed
in a court filing that no member, associate or employee of the firm
holds any interest adverse to the Debtor's estate or creditors.

The firm can be reached through:

     Regis Simasek
     R.A. Simasek P.A.
     601 North Ferncreek Avenue, Suite 110
     Orlando, FL 32803
     Phone: 407-894-5050
     Fax: 407-894-5019
     Email: marty@simasekcpa.com

                  About Dale M. Williams Inc.

Based in Orlando, Florida, Dale M. Williams Inc. filed a Chapter 11
petition (Bankr. M.D. Fla. Case No. 17-05561) on August 21, 2017.
At the time of filing, the Debtor disclosed that it had estimated
assets of less than $50,000 and liabilities of less than $500,000.

The case is assigned to Judge Karen S. Jennemann.  The Debtor is
represented by Peter N. Hill, Esq., at Herron Hill Law Group, PLLC
as bankruptcy counsel.


DAVID WINSTON: First Amended Disclosure Statement Filed
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David Winston Early Cabell Family L.P., Ltd., filed with the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Texas an amended
disclosure statement, which provides latest update on its Chapter
11 case.   

The company disclosed that on August 24 it filed a motion to
conditionally approve the disclosure statement in an effort to meet
the proposed deadline by which it must achieve confirmation of the
plan.

David Winston is at risk of being unable to achieve confirmation by
the September 29 deadline due to the delay resulting from its
failed negotiations with lender Wells Fargo Bank, National
Association and the lawsuit it filed for alleged breach by the bank
under their loan agreements.

The latest disclosure statement also contemplates that the plan
will be funded by the "financial assets" and monies generated by
the operations of Cabell Publishing Co., a wholly-owned subsidiary
of David Winston.

A full-text copy of the disclosure statement dated August 24 is
available for free at https://is.gd/tKb03J

                       About David Winston

The David Winston Early Cabell Family Limited Partnership, Ltd.
owns a commercial office building located at 304 Pearl Street,
Beaumont, Texas 77701. The Debtor conducts no other business
operations besides the management and leasing of the real
property.

The David Winston Early Cabell Family Limited Partnership, Ltd.
sought protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr.
E.D. Tex. Case No. 16-10569) on Nov. 22, 2016.  David W.E. Cabell,
manager, signed the petition.  At the time of the filing, the
Debtor estimated assets and debt at $1 million to $10 million.  

Judge Bill Parker is the case judge. Brian A. Kilmer, Esq., at
Kilmer Crosby & Walker PLLC, represents the Debtor as bankruptcy
counsel.

On August 4, 2017, the Debtor filed its proposed Chapter 11 plan of
reorganization.


DIAMONDHEAD CASINO: Reports $121K Net Loss in Second Quarter
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Diamondhead Casino Corporation filed with the Securities and
Exchange Commission its quarterly report on Form 10-Q disclosing a
net loss applicable to common stockholders of $120,976 for the
three months ended June 30, 2017, compared to a net loss applicable
to common stockholders of $88,968 for the three months ended June
30, 2016.

The Company reported a net loss applicable to common stockholders
of $235,041 for the six months ended June 30, 2017, compared to a
net loss applicable to common stockholders of $473,416 for the same
period during the prior year.

As of June 30, 2017, Diamondhead had $5.57 million in total assets,
$9.26 million in total liabilities and a $3.69 million total
stockholders' deficiency.

The Company has no operations and generates no operating revenues.
During the six months ended June 30, 2017, the Company incurred net
losses applicable to common shareholders, exclusive of the
recording of change in the fair value of derivatives, of $680,843.

The Company has had no operations since it ended its gambling
cruise ship operations in 2000.  Since that time, the Company has
concentrated its efforts on the development of its Diamondhead,
Mississippi Property.  The development of the Diamondhead Property
is dependent on obtaining the necessary capital, through equity
and/or debt financing, unilaterally, or in conjunction with one or
more partners, to master plan, design, obtain permits for,
construct, staff, open, and operate a casino resort.

In the past, in order to raise capital to continue to pay on-going
costs and expenses, the Company has borrowed funds, through Private
Placements of convertible instruments and other means.  The Company
is past due with respect to payment of significant principal and
interest on most of these instruments.  The Company is also in
arrears with respect to payment of franchise taxes due to the State
of Delaware for the years 2015 and 2016.  In addition, the Company
has also been unable to pay various routine operating expenses.  At
June 30, 2017, the Company had current liabilities totaling
$9,113,892 and only $6,955 cash on hand.

The Company said the above conditions raise substantial doubt as to
its ability to continue as a going concern.

A full-text copy of the Form 10-Q is available for free at:

                     https://is.gd/x4QNwz

                   About Diamondhead Casino

Largo, Fla.-based Diamondhead Casino Corporation, from inception
through approximately August of 2000, operated gaming vessels in
international waters.  The Company eventually divested itself of
its gaming operations to satisfy financial obligations to its
vendors, lenders and taxing authorities and to focus its resources
on the development of a casino resort in Diamondhead, Mississippi.

The Company owns, through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Mississippi
Gaming Corporation, an approximate 404.5 acre tract of unimproved
land in Diamondhead, Mississippi.  The property is located at 7051
Interstate 10.  The Company intends, in conjunction with unrelated
third parties, to develop the site in phases beginning with a
casino resort.  The casino resort is expected to include a casino,
a hotel and spa, pools, a sport and entertainment center, a
conference center and a state-of-the-art recreational vehicle
park.

Diamondhead reported a net loss applicable to common stockholders
of $1.28 million for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016, compared to net
income applicable to common stockholders of $53,242 for the year
ended Dec. 31, 2015.

Friedman LLP, in New York, issued a "going concern" qualification
on the consolidated financial statements for the year ended Dec.
31, 2016, citing that the Company has incurred significant
recurring net losses over the past several years.  In addition, the
Company has no operations, except for its efforts to develop the
Diamondhead, Mississippi property.  Those efforts may not
contribute to the Company's cash flows for the foreseeable future.
These conditions raise substantial doubt about the Company's
ability to continue as a going concern.  The Company's continued
existence is dependent upon its ability to raise the necessary
capital with which to satisfy liabilities, fund future costs and
expenses and develop the Diamondhead, Mississippi property.


DIGIPATH INC: Incurs $409K Net Loss in Third Quarter
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DigiPath, Inc., filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission
its quarterly report on Form 10-Q reporting a net loss of $408,577
on $389,315 of revenues for the three months ended June 30, 2017,
compared to a net loss of $1.09 million on $264,178 of revenues for
the three months ended June 30, 2016.

For the nine months ended June 30, 2017, the Company reported a net
loss of $758,337 on $1.29 million of revenues compared to a net
loss of $3.27 million on $507,430 of revenues for the same period a
year ago.

As of June 30, 2017, Digipath had $1.47 million in total assets,
$174,721 in total liabilities and $1.29 million in total
stockholders' equity.

During the nine months ended June 30, 2017, net cash used in
operating activities was $184,533, compared to net cash used in
operating activities of $798,529 for the same period ended June 30,
2016.  The decrease in cash used in operating activities is
primarily attributable to the Company's 155% increase in revenues
and the Company's 35% decrease in operating expenses from cost
savings it implemented as the Company continued to develop our
cannabis testing lab operations.

During the nine months ended June 30, 2017, net cash used in
investing activities was $136,894, compared to $69,068 for the same
period ended June 30, 2016.  The increase is attributable to
greater investments made for cannabis testing equipment in the
current period than was necessary in the previous period, as well
as $57,876 of cash held and retained by its subsidiary, Digipath
Corp., at the time of divestiture in the comparative period.

As of June 30, 2017, the Company's balance of cash on hand was
$113,963.  The Company currently may not have sufficient funds to
sustain its operations for the next twelve months and it may need
to raise additional cash to fund its operations and expand its lab
testing business.  As the Company continues to develop its lab
testing business and attempt to expand operational activities, the
Company expects to continue to experience net negative cash flows
from operations in amounts not now determinable, and will be
required to obtain additional financing to fund operations through
common stock offerings to the extent necessary to provide working
capital.  The Company has and expects to continue to have
substantial capital expenditure and working capital needs.

The Company has incurred recurring losses from operations resulting
in an accumulated deficit, and, the Company's cash on hand is not
sufficient to sustain operations.  These factors raise substantial
doubt about the Company's ability to continue as a going concern.


"Management is actively pursuing new customers to increase
revenues.  In addition, the Company is currently seeking additional
sources of capital to fund short term operations.  In the event
sales do not materialize at the expected rates, management would
seek additional financing or would attempt to conserve cash by
further reducing expenses.  There can be no assurance that we will
be successful in achieving these objectives, becoming profitable or
continuing our business without either a temporary interruption or
a permanent cessation.  In addition, additional financing may
result in substantial dilution to existing stockholders," the
Company said.

A full-text copy of the Form 10-Q is available for free at:

                        https://is.gd/HOmbRj

                          About DigiPath

Incorporated in Nevada on Oct. 5, 2010, DigiPath Inc. and its
subsidiaries support the cannabis industry's best practices for
reliable testing, cannabis education and training, and brings
unbiased cannabis news coverage to the cannabis industry.

Digipath reported a net loss of $3.69 million on $818,583 of
revenues for the year ended Sept. 30, 2016, compared to a net loss
of $4.33 million on $16,084 of revenues for the year ended Sept.
30, 2015.  

Anton & Chia, LLP, in Newport Beach, CA, issued a "going concern"
qualification on the consolidated financial statements for the year
ended Sept. 30, 2016, citing that the Company has recurring losses
and insufficient working capital, which raises substantial doubt
about its ability to continue as a going concern.


DR. LUIS A. VINAS: Has Court's OK to Continue Using Cash Collateral
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The Hon. Paul G. Hyman, Jr., of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Southern District of Florida has authorized Dr. Luis A. Vinas, MD,
PA, to use cash collateral to fund ongoing ordinary and necessary
operations for the period commencing on Aug. 1, 2017, and ending on
Aug. 31, 2017.

As reported by the Troubled Company Reporter on Aug. 31, 2017, the
Debtor asked for the Court's permission to use cash collateral from
Aug. 31, 2017, through Sept. 30, 2017.  These entities who may
claim an interest in cash collateral: King's Cash Group, LG Funding
LLC, Pearl Capital Rivis Ventures, Bank United, and On Deck
Capital.

As adequate protection for any cash collateral expended by the
Debtor, the Secured Claimants are granted a lien on all property
owned by the Debtor, and acquired or generated post-petition by the
Debtor's continued operations to the same extent, validity and
priority, if any, and of the same kind and nature as the Secured
Claimants had prior to the filing of this bankruptcy cases, to
secure an amount of Secured Claimants respective prepetition claims
in all post-petition cash collateral, including any aggregate
diminution in value of the prepetition collateral resulting from
the Debtor's use of the cash collateral.

A copy of the court order is available at:

          http://bankrupt.com/misc/flsb17-14765-123.pdf

                 About Dr. Luis A. Vinas, MD PA

Dr. Luis A. Vinas, MD PA, is engaged in a healthcare business and
is 100% owned by Dr. Luis A. Vinas.  Dr. Vinas is Board Certified
by The American Board of Plastic Surgery.  For over two decades,
Dr. Vinas has been nationally recognized for his surgical
techniques and minimally invasive surgical procedures.  Dr. Vinas
is a plastic surgeon specializing in cosmetic and reconstructive
surgery including facelifts, tummy tucks, breast augmentation,
single-stage breast  reconstruction, liposuction, body contouring,
and anti-aging procedures.

Dr. Luis A. Vinas, MD PA, filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. S.D.
Fla. Case No. 17-14765) on April 17, 2017.  Luis A Vinas, MD,
president and 100% owner, signed the petition.  The Debtor
estimated assets of at least $50,000 and liabilities ranging from
$1 million to $10 million.  The case is assigned to Judge Paul G.
Hyman, Jr.  The Debtor is represented by Nicholas B. Bangos, Esq.,
at Nicholas B. Bangos, P.A.


DUNE ENERGY: Bankr. Judge Abstains from Suit vs. J. Watt, et al.
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Judge H. Christopher Mott of the United States Bankruptcy Court for
the Western District of Texas, at the behest of Dan B. Lain, as
Court-appointed Plan Trustee for Dune Energy, Inc., abstains
jurisdiction over the adversary proceeding and remands the action
styled Dan Lain, Trustee of the Dune Plan Trust v. James A. Watt,
et al., cause no. 90698-CV, to the 149th District Court of Brazoria
County, Texas, for adjudication and disposition.

Shortly after the bankruptcy filing, the Debtors sought Court
approval of bid procedures for the sale of their assets.  Following
the sale, the Debtors filed a Chapter 11 Plan and the Court
confirmed the Plan on September 18, 2015.  Consequently, the Plan
created a Liquidating Trust to pursue the Debtors' remaining causes
of action for the benefit of creditors. Dan B. Lain was appointed
as the Plan Trustee.

On March 6, 2017, the Plan Trustee filed a Suit against eighteen
defendants in the 149th District Court of Brazoria County, Texas. A
day later, on March 7, 2017, the Plan Trustee filed a First Amended
Original Petition in the Suit. The eighteen Defendants named in the
Suit are all former directors or officers of the Debtors. The Suit
sets forth multiple causes of action against various Defendants
based on alleged director and officer misconduct under Texas,
Delaware, and common law.

On March 24, 2017, the Defendants removed the Suit from the State
Court to the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas
-- the federal judicial district that includes Brazoria County,
Texas. On May 3, 2017, the U.S. District Court for the WDTX
referred the Suit to this Court.

On May 5, 2017, the removed Suit was docketed in this Court as
adversary proceeding no. 17-01052. Soon thereafter, on June 19,
2017, the Plan Trustee filed a Motion to Remand or Abstain,
requesting the Court remand the Suit to State Court based on three
separate grounds: (1) lack of subject matter jurisdiction; (2)
mandatory abstention; and (3) permissive abstention/equitable
remand.

The primary thrust of Plaintiff's argument is that since the
Debtors' Plan has already been confirmed by the Court,
"post-confirmation" bankruptcy jurisdiction in this Court is now
limited and does not extend to the Suit filed against Defendants.

The Court agrees with the Plan Trustee that Bankruptcy jurisdiction
becomes more limited after confirmation of a bankruptcy plan. The
Debtors' Plan was confirmed in September 2015, and the Plan Trustee
filed the Suit against Defendants in March 2017.

The Court easily finds that it has bankruptcy subject matter
jurisdiction over the Suit filed by Plaintiff against Defendants as
a "related to" proceeding considering that the Plan Trustee,
Plaintiff is empowered to pursue and collect on the Debtors' causes
of actions (including claims against Defendants in the Suit) and to
distribute any net recoveries to pay creditors of the Debtors under
the Plan. Without doubt, the Court maintains that the Suit
"pertains to the implementation and execution" of the Debtors'
Plan. The Court finds that post-confirmation "related to"
bankruptcy jurisdiction exists over the Suit.

However, the causes of action alleged in the Complaint are for
breach of corporate fiduciary duties under Texas and Delaware
statutory and common law; trust fund liability under state law;
corporate waste under state law; gross negligence under state law;
assumpsit and unjust enrichment under state law; common law fraud
under state law; ultra vires conduct under state law; securities
law violations under Texas state law; and constructive fraudulent
transfers under Texas and Delaware state law.

The Court determines that all of the causes of action in the
Complaint are premised on pre-bankruptcy actions allegedly taken
(and not taken) by Defendants -- all of the causes of action are
based on state law. None of the causes of action in the Complaint
are based on the Bankruptcy Code, and each would have an existence
outside of bankruptcy. As a result, the Court concludes that,
whether viewed separately or as a whole, the Suit is not within
this Court's "core" bankruptcy jurisdiction -- they are only
"related to" (non-core) proceedings based on state law.

James A Watt, Defendant, represented by Kenneth J. Aulet, Brown
Rudnick LLP, Alison P. Henderson, Porter Hedges LLP, John F.
Higgins, IV, Porter Hedges LLP & Sigmund S. Wissner-Gross, Brown
Rudnick LLP.

Frank T Smith, Defendant, represented by Alison P. Henderson,
Porter Hedges LLP.

Steven Barrenchea, Defendant, represented by John F. Higgins, IV,
Porter & Hedges LLP.

                   About Dune Energy

Dune Energy, Inc. (NYSE AMEX: DNE), is an independent energy
company based in Houston, Texas.  Since May 2004, the Company has
been engaged in the exploration, development, acquisition and
exploitation of natural gas and crude oil properties, with
interests along the Louisiana/Texas Gulf Coast.  The Company's
properties cover over 90,000 gross acres across 27 producing oil
and natural gas fields.

Affiliates Dune Energy, Inc. (Bankr. W.D. Tex. Case No. 15-10336),
Dune Operating Company (Bankr. W.D. Tex. Case No. 15-10337), and
Dune Properties, Inc. (Bankr. W.D. Tex. Case No. 15-10338) filed
separate Chapter 11 bankruptcy petitions on March 8, 2015.  The
petitions were signed by James A. Watt, president and chief
executive officer.

Judge Christopher H. Mott presides over the case.  Charles A.
Beckham, Jr., Esq., Kourtney P. Lyda, Esq., and Kelli M.
Stephenson, Esq., at Haynes And Boone, LLP, serve as the Debtors'
bankruptcy counsel.  Deloitte Transactions And Business Analytics
LLP is the Debtors' restructuring advisors.  Parkman Whaling LLC is
the Debtors' sale professionals.

The Debtors listed $229 million in total assets and $144 million in
total debts as of Sept. 30, 2014.  In their schedules, Dune Energy
Inc., et al., disclosed $263,337,172 in assets and $107,981,306 in
liabilities.

The U.S. trustee overseeing the Chapter 11 case of Dune Energy
appointed three creditors to serve on the official committee of
unsecured creditors.


EAST COAST FOODS: Trustee Loses Bid for Summary Judgment vs. Roscoe
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In the adversary proceeding captioned Bradley D. Sharp, Chapter 11
Trustee, Plaintiff(s), v. Roscoe's Intellectual Properties LLC
Defendant(s), Adv No. 2:17-ap-01001-BB (Bankr.C.D. Cal.), the
chapter 11 trustee for East Coast Foods, Inc., moved for summary
judgment avoiding a prepetition transfer of the Debtor's
intellectual property to defendant Roscoe's Intellectual Properties
under both actual fraud fraudulent transfer theories and
constructive fraud fraudulent transfer theories.

Judge Sheri Bluebond of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Central
District of California denies the Trustee's request for summary
judgment on the Second Claim for Relief and grants summary judgment
in the Trustee's favor on the First Claim for Relief.

Judge Bluebond states that it is axiomatic that a court may not
grant summary judgment where there is a genuine issue of material
fact. Summary judgment is only appropriate where, based on the
undisputed facts, movant is entitled to judgment as a matter of
law. Summary judgment should be denied where, in order to rule in
movant's favor, the court must weigh conflicting evidence or make
credibility determinations.

In light of these principles, it is a rare case in which a court
may grant summary judgment under an actual fraud fraudulent
transfer theory, but this is one such case. The undisputed facts of
this case lead inexorably to the conclusion that the transfer of
the Debtor's intellectual property to the Defendant on the eve of
the Debtor's bankruptcy filing was a transfer made with the actual
intent to hinder, delay or defraud the Debtor's creditors.
Accordingly, summary judgment for the Trustee on his First Claim
for Relief is warranted.

However, genuine issues of material fact preclude the Court from
granting the Trustee's motion for summary judgment on his Second
Claim for Relief. The Court cannot determine on this record what
the Intellectual Property was actually worth at the time of its
transfer to the Defendant, whether the Debtor was insolvent at the
time of the transfer, whether the Debtor was rendered insolvent by
that transfer or whether the Debtor can be said to have failed any
of the other tests of financial condition necessary to establish
that a constructively fraudulent transfer occurred. Accordingly,
the Court must deny the Trustee's motion for summary adjudication
of the Second Claim for Relief.

The bankruptcy is In re: East Coast Foods, Inc., Chapter 11,
Debtor(s). Bradley D. Sharp, Chapter 11 Trustee, Plaintiff(s), v.
Roscoe's Intellectual Properties LLC Defendant(s), Case No.
2:16-bk-13852-BB (Bankr. C.D. Cal.).

A full-text copy of Judge Bluebond's Memorandum Decision dated
August 25, 2017, is available at https://is.gd/9BMkjT from
Leagle.com.

Bradley D. Sharp, Chapter 11 Trustee, Plaintiff, represented by
Uzzi O. Raanan, ESQ -- uraanan@dgdk.com -- Danning, Gill, Diamond &
Kollitz, LLP & Zev Shechtman -- zshechtman@dgdk.com -- Danning,
Gill, Diamond & Kollitz, LLP.

Roscoe's Intellectual Properties LLC, Defendant, represented by
Michael J. Conway – mconway@greenbass.com -- Greenberg & Bass
LLP, James R. Felton – jfelton@greenbass.com -- & Douglas M.
Neistat – dneistat@greenbass.com -- Greenberg & Bass, LLP.

                    About East Coast Foods

East Coast Foods Inc., a California corporation, is the owner and
operator of four Roscoe' Chicken N' Waffles restaurants in Los
Angeles area.  East Coast Foods sought protection under Chapter 11
of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. C.D. Cal. Case No. 16-13852) on
March 25, 2016.  The petition was signed by Herbert Hudson,
president.  The Debtor estimated assets of less than $50,000 and
debt of $10 million to $50 million.

The case is assigned to Judge Sheri Bluebond.

The Debtor is represented by Vakhe Khodzhayan, Esq., at KG Law,
APC.  

The Office of the U.S. Trustee on April 29, 2016, appointed five
creditors to serve on an official committee of unsecured creditors.
The committee hired Smiley Wang-Ekvall, LLP as counsel, and Force
Ten Partners, LLC, as financial advisor.

Bradley D. Sharp was appointed Chapter 11 trustee of the Debtor's
estate on Sept. 28, 2016.  Landegger Baron Law Group, ALC serves as
the Chapter 11 Trustee's labor and employment counsel.  The Chapter
11 Trustee retained Swicker & Associates Accountancy Corporation as
his tax advisor.  Greines, Martin, Stein & Richland LLP serves as
the Chapter 11 Trustee's special counsel.


ENERGY FUTURE: Taps Shaw Fishman as Counsel in NextEra Rift
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Energy Future Holdings Corp. seeks approval from the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware to hire Shaw Fishman
Glantz & Towbin LLC as special counsel.

The firm will act as Delaware counsel on matters which Richards,
Layton & Finger, P.A., the Debtor's Delaware counsel, has an
"actual conflict."  Shaw Fishman will, among other things, assist
the Debtor in its complaint against NextEra Energy, Inc. over
termination fees.

Thomas Horan, Esq., the attorney who will be handling the case,
will charge $495 per hour for his services.

The hourly rates for other Shaw Fishman professionals that may be
involved in this matter range from $390 to $725 for members and
attorneys of counsel, $270 to $365 for associates, and $145 to $220
for paralegals.

Mr. Horan disclosed in a court filing that his firm is a
"disinterested person" as defined in section 101(14) of the
Bankruptcy Code.

In accordance with Appendix B-Guidelines for reviewing fee
applications filed by attorneys in larger Chapter 11 cases, Mr.
Horan disclosed that his firm has not agreed to any variations
from, or alternatives to, its standard billing arrangements.

Mr. Horan also disclosed that his firm did not represent the
Debtors in the 12 months prior to the petition date, and that the
firm expects to work with the Debtors to develop a prospective
budget and staffing plan.

Shaw Fishman can be reached through:

     Thomas M. Horan, Esq.
     Shaw Fishman Glantz & Towbin LLC
     300 Delaware Avenue, Suite 1370
     Wilmington, DE 19801
     Phone: (312) 666-2842
     Fax: (312) 980-3888

                       About Energy Future

Energy Future Holdings Corp., formerly known as TXU Corp., is a
privately held diversified energy holding company with a portfolio
of competitive and regulated energy businesses in Texas.  Oncor, an
80 percent-owned entity within the EFH group, is the largest
regulated transmission and distribution utility in Texas.  The
Company delivers electricity to roughly three million delivery
points in and around Dallas-Fort Worth. EFH Corp. was created in
October 2007 in a $45 billion leverage buyout of Texas power
company TXU in a deal led by private-equity companies Kohlberg
Kravis Roberts & Co. and TPG Inc.

On April 29, 2014, Energy Future Holdings and 70 affiliated
companies sought Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection (Bankr. D. Del.
Lead Case No. 14-10979) after reaching a deal with some key
financial stakeholders to keep their businesses operating while
reducing their roughly $40 billion in debt.

The Debtors' cases have been assigned to Judge Christopher S.
Sontchi (CSS).

As of Dec. 31, 2013, EFH Corp. reported assets of $36.4 billion in
book value and liabilities of $49.7 billion.  The Debtors have $42
billion of funded indebtedness.

EFH's legal advisor for the Chapter 11 proceedings is Kirkland &
Ellis LLP, its financial advisor is Evercore Partners and its
restructuring advisor is Alvarez & Marsal.  The TCEH first lien
lenders supporting the restructuring agreement are represented by
Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, LLP as legal advisor, and
Millstein & Co., LLC, as financial advisor.

The EFIH unsecured creditors supporting the restructuring agreement
are represented by Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, as legal
advisor, and Centerview Partners, as financial advisor.  The EFH
equity holders supporting the restructuring agreement are
represented by Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, as legal advisor,
and Blackstone Advisory Partners LP, as financial advisor.  Epiq
Systems is the claims agent.

Wilmington Savings Fund Society, FSB, the successor trustee for the
second-lien noteholders owed about $1.6 billion, is represented by
Ashby & Geddes, P.A.'s William P. Bowden, Esq., and Gregory A.
Taylor, Esq., and Brown Rudnick LLP's Edward S. Weisfelner, Esq.,
Jeffrey L. Jonas, Esq., Andrew P. Strehle, Esq., Jeremy B. Coffey,
Esq., and Howard L. Siegel, Esq.

On May 13, 2014, the U.S. Trustee appointed the Official Committee
of TCEH Unsecured Creditors in the Chapter 11 Cases.  The TCEH
Committee is composed of (a) the Pension Benefit Guaranty
Corporation; (b) HCL America, Inc.; (c) BNY, as Indenture Trustee
under the EFCH 2037 Notes due 2037 and the PCRBs; (d) LDTC, as
Indenture Trustee under the TCEH Unsecured Notes; (e) Holt Texas
LTD, d/b/a Holt Cat; (f) ADA Carbon Solutions (Red River); and (g)
Wilmington Savings, as Indenture Trustee under the TCEH Second Lien
Notes.  The TCEH Committee retained Morrison & Foerster LLP as
counsel; Polsinelli PC as co-counsel and conflicts counsel; Lazard
Freres & Co. LLC as investment banker; FTI Consulting, Inc. as
financial advisor; and Charles River Associates as an energy
consultant.

On Oct. 27, 2014, the U.S. Trustee appointed the Official Committee
of Unsecured Creditors representing the interests of the unsecured
creditors for EFH, EFIH, EFIH Finance, and EECI, Inc.  The EFH/EFIH
Committee is composed of (a) American Stock Transfer & Trust
Company, LLC; (b) Brown & Zhou, LLC c/o Belleair Aviation, LLC; (c)
Peter Tinkham; (d) Shirley Fenicle, as successor-in-interest to the
Estate of George Fenicle; and (e) David William Fahy.  The EFH/EFIH
Committee retained Montgomery, McCracken, Walker & Rhodes, LLP as
co-counsel and conflicts counsel; AlixPartners, LLP as
restructuring advisor; Sullivan & Cromwell LLC as counsel;
Guggenheim Securities as investment banker; and Kurtzman Carson
Consultants LLC as noticing agent for both the TCEH Committee and
the EFH/EFIH Committee.

Given the size and complexity of the Chapter 11 Cases, the U.S.
Trustee proposed, and the Debtors and the TCEH Committee agreed, to
recommend that the Bankruptcy Court appoint a committee to, among
other things, review and report as appropriate on fee applications
and statements submitted by the professionals paid for by the
Debtors' Estates.  The Fee Committee is comprised of four members:
(a) one member appointed by and representative of the Debtors
(Cecily Gooch, Vice President and Special Counsel for
Restructuring, Energy Future Holdings); (b) one member appointed by
and representative of the TCEH Creditors' Committee (Peter Kravitz,
Principal and General Counsel, Province Capital); (c) one member
appointed by and representative of the U.S. Trustee (Richard L.
Schepacarter, Trial Attorney, Office of the United States Trustee);
and (d) one independent member (Richard Gitlin, of Gitlin and
Company, LLC).   The Fee Committee retained Godfrey & Kahn, S.C. as
counsel; and Phillips, Goldman & Spence, P.A. as co-counsel.

                          *     *     *

On Aug. 29, 2016, Judge Sontchi confirmed the Chapter 11 exit plans
of two of Energy Future Holdings Corp.'s subsidiaries, power
generator Luminant and retail electricity provider TXU Energy Inc.
(the "T-Side Debtors").  The Plan became effective on Oct. 3,
2016.

On Aug. 20, 2017, Sempra Energy (NYSE: SRE) announced an agreement
to acquire Energy Future Holdings Corp. (Energy Future), the
indirect owner of 80 percent of Oncor Electric Delivery Company,
LLC (Oncor), operator of the largest electric transmission and
distribution system in Texas.  Under the agreement, Sempra Energy
will pay approximately $9.45 billion in cash to acquire Energy
Future and its ownership in Oncor, while taking a major step
forward in resolving Energy Future's long-running bankruptcy case.
The enterprise value of the transaction is approximately $18.8
billion, including the assumption of Oncor's debt.


EPICENTER PARTNERS: CPF Vaseo Plan to Provide $3.4-Mil. Exit Loan
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CPF Vaseo Associates LLC, a secured creditor of Epicenter Partners
LLC, increased the amount of exit loan it will provide to the
company's affiliates to $3.4 million from $1.2 million.

The $3.4 million loan will be provided to Sonoran Desert Land
Investors LLC, East of Epicenter LLC, and Gray Phoenix Desert Ridge
II, LLC, on the effective date of the Chapter 11 plan of
reorganization proposed by CPF to the companies.  It will be an
additional advance under the $26.5 million note secured by all of
CPF's liens in its collateral.

The liquidating trustee may use the proceeds of the loan to pay
administrative expense claims, priority claims, unsecured claims
and fees and expenses of the liquidating trust to be established
for Epicenter Partners' three affiliates on the effective date.

The exit loan will bear interest at the same rate as the Class 2.2
secured claim after the effective date, according to documents
filed by CPF in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of
Arizona.  The documents are available for free at:

     http://bankrupt.com/misc/Epicenter_3PModified082217.pdf
     http://bankrupt.com/misc/Epicenter_3PModified082417.pdf

                     About Epicenter Partners

Epicenter Partners LLC was formed in 2004 to acquire, manage, sell
or hold land for investment.  Gray Meyer Fannin LLC came into
existence in 2001 and was originally formed to provide development
services for affiliates.  Both are fully owned by Gray/Western
Development Company and managed, pursuant to that entity, by Bruce
Gray.

The companies sought protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy
Code (Bankr. D. Ariz. Lead Case No. 16-05493) on May 16, 2016.
Epicenter disclosed $143,212,665 in assets and $66,913,279 in
liabilities.

Epicenter and GMF tapped Thomas J. Salerno, Esq., at Stinson
Leonard Street, LLP, as their Chapter 11 counsel.  Mesch Clark
Rothschild was later hired as substitute counsel to Stinson Leonard
Street.

On June 15, 2016, the Office of the U.S. Trustee appointed five
creditors of Epicenter and GMF to serve on the official committee
of unsecured creditors.  The committee is represented by Michael W.
Carmel, Ltd., as counsel.

On November 22, 2016, Sonoran Desert Land Investors LLC, East of
Epicenter LLC, and Gray Phoenix Desert Ridge II LLC, sought
protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Ariz.
Case Nos. 16-07659 to 16-07661).  The cases are jointly
administered with that of Epicenter.

On February 6, 2017, CPF Vaseo Associates LLC, a secured creditor,
proposed a plan of reorganization for Epicenter, Gray Meyer,
Sonoran, East of Epicenter, and Gray Phoenix.

On February 7, 2017, Sonoran, East of Epicenter and Gray Phoenix
filed a plan of reorganization and disclosure statement proposing
to pay their general unsecured creditors in full.  The plan has
been proposed for the three companies only.


FANSTEEL INC: Court Denies Motion to Reopen Bankruptcy Cases
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Judge Kevin J. Carey of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District
of Delaware addresses the motion of Fansteel, Inc., for an order
reopening bankruptcy cases to interpret and enforce confirmation
orders and the second amended plan, and the objection to the motion
filed by the U.S. on behalf of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission
and the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality.

Judge Carey rules that he will not reopen the bankruptcy case.

When a former debtor seeks to reopen a case, the court should
consider a variety of non-exclusive factors, including: (i) the
length of time the case has been closed; (ii) whether a
nonbankruptcy forum has the ability to determine the dispute to be
posed by the debtor were the case reopened; (iii) whether prior
litigation in bankruptcy court implicitly determined that the state
court would be the appropriate forum to determine the rights,
post-bankruptcy, of the parties; (iv) whether any parties would be
prejudiced were the case reopened or not reopened; (v) the extent
of the benefit which the debtor seeks to achieve by reopening; and
(vi) whether it is clear at the outset that the debtor would not be
entitled to any relief if the case were reopened. The court may
deny a motion to reopen when no clear benefit is shown to the
debtor's estate or the creditors.

First, the Debtors' Second Amended Plan was confirmed on Dec. 23,
2003, nearly 14 years ago. Seven years have passed since the
Debtors' bankruptcy case was closed. Courts have denied reopening
cases when the amount of time since the case had been closed is far
less than seven years.

Although this Court has jurisdiction to enforce its confirmation
orders, that jurisdiction is not exclusive. The second factor
contemplates whether a nonbankruptcy forum has the ability to
determine the dispute to be posed by the debtor were the case
reopened. Certainly, any court of competent jurisdiction,
bankruptcy or otherwise, is capable of adjudicating these issues.
The topic at issue here does not implicate complicated issues.
Clearly, the Iowa Bankruptcy Court, in which an open chapter 11
case is already pending, can proficiently interpret the Debtors'
Second Amended Plan, Final Confirmation Order or anything else
necessary to determine whether relief should be granted. A state
court of competent jurisdiction would be equally as capable.

Accordingly, it is clear that the Debtors have a reasonable
alternative forum in which to raise the questions presented.
Therefore, the circumstances weigh heavily in favor of denying the
Motion to Reopen.

A full-text copy of the Judge Carey's Opinion dated August 28,
2017, is available at:

     http://bankrupt.com/misc/deb02-10109-2384.pdf

               About Fansteel and Affiliates

Headquartered in Creston, Iowa, Fansteel, Inc., manufactures
aluminum and magnesium castings for the aerospace and defense
industries.  Fansteel has four locations in the USA and one in
Mexico and has a workforce of more than 600 employees.  Fansteel
generated $87.4 million in revenue in 2015 on a consolidated basis.
Wellman Dynamics Corporation contributed 67% of Fansteel's sales.
The rest of the sales are generated from Intercast, a division of
Fansteel, and other non-debtor subsidiaries.

Fansteel, Wellman Dynamics, and Wellman Dynamics Machinery &
Assembly, Inc. filed Chapter 11 petitions (Bankr. S.D. Iowa Case
Nos. 16-01823, 16-01825 and 16-01827) on Sept. 13, 2016.  The
petitions were signed by Jim Mahoney, CEO.  The cases are assigned
to Judge Anita L. Shodeen.  The Debtors disclosed total assets of
$32.9 million and total debt of $41.97 million.

The companies tapped Jeffrey D. Goetz, Esq., and Krystal R.
Mikkilineni, Esq., at Bradshaw, Fowler, Proctor & Fairgrave, P.C.,
as counsel; RSM US LLP as tax advisor; Jeffrey Sands and Dorset
Partners, LLC as business broker; and Mark J. Steger, Esq., at the
Clark Hill Law Firm, as Environmental Counsel.

The companies filed motions to jointly administer the cases
pursuant to Bankruptcy Rule 1015(b), and the court ordered the
joint administration on Oct. 17, 2016.  The court subsequently
entered an order on May 24, 2017, vacating its Oct. 17 order and
discontinuing the joint administration of the cases under the lead
case of Fansteel.

On Sept. 23, 2016, the U.S. Trustee for Region 12 appointed an
official committee of unsecured creditors in Fansteel's bankruptcy
case.  The committee retained Morris Anderson & Associates, Ltd.,
as financial advisor; and Archer & Greiner, P.C. and Nyemaster
Goode, P.C., as counsel.

In March 2017, the U.S. trustee announced that the unsecured
creditors' committee of Fansteel would no longer serve as the
official committee in its case and that it would be reconstituted
as the official committee of unsecured creditors in the Chapter 11
cases of Wellman Dynamics and Wellman Dynamics Machinery.  As of
March 22, 2017, a new creditors' committee has not yet been
appointed in Fansteel's bankruptcy case.

Wellman Dynamics filed a Chapter 11 plan of reorganization and
disclosure statement on January 11, 2017.  On May 8, 2017, the
creditors' committee of Wellman Dynamics filed a rival Chapter 11
plan of liquidation for the company.


FB COVENTRY: Court Denies Bid to Use Cash Collateral
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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Rhode Island has
denied without prejudice FB Coventry, LLC's motion for permission
to use cash collateral as the Debtor failed to attach a budget for
the period for which the continued use of cash collateral is
sought.

As reported by the Troubled Company Reporter on Aug. 16, 2017, the
Debtor asked for court authorization to continue using the cash
collateral of NextWave Enterprises, LLC; Rewards Network
Establishment Services, Inc.; Vend Lease Company; and Sysco Boston,
LLC for an additional 60 days, from Aug. 27, 2017 through Oct. 27,
2017 in order to continue operations and maintain its workforce
while it proceeds to negotiate a plan.

                       About FB Coventry

FB Coventry, LLC dba Fat Belly's filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy
petition (Bankr. D.R.I. Case No. 17-10650) on April 24, 2017.  The
petition was signed by Scott Parker, manager.  At the time of
filing, the Debtor estimated less than $50,000 in  assets and
$100,000 to $500,000 in liabilities.

Peter M. Iascone, Esq., at Peter Iascone & Associates, serves as
bankruptcy counsel to the Debtor.  Irving Shechtman & Company,
Inc., has been tapped as appraisers.


FB MALL: Bid to Use Cash Collateral Through Oct. 27 Denied
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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Rhode Island has
denied FB Mall, LLC's motion for permission to use cash collateral
of NextWave Enterprises, LLC, Rewards Network Establishment
Services, Inc., Vend Lease Company, and Sysco Boston, LLC, for an
additional 60 days, from Aug. 27, 2017, through Oct. 27, 2017, and
to provide adequate protection to RN for the Debtor's use of cash
collateral and grant replacement liens to RN.

The Debtor failed to attach a budget for the period for which
continued use of cash collateral is sought.

The Court previously entered a final order on June 6, 2017,
authorizing use of the RN's cash collateral.  In addition the Court
entered an order on July 10, 2017, authorizing the continued use of
the RN's cash collateral.  The court order authorized the Debtor's
use of cash collateral through Aug. 26, 2017, with certain
bi-weekly adequate protection payments to RN.  

FB Mall sought authorization to continue using cash collateral to
continue to operate and continue its negotiation to propose a plan.


                          About FB Mall

Headquartered at Warwick, Rhode Island, FB Mall, LLC, filed a
petition under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D.R.I.
Case No. 17-10601) on April 14, 2017.  The petition was signed by
Scott Parker, manager.  At the time of filing, the Debtor estimated
less than $50,000 in assets and $100,000 to $500,000 in
liabilities.  The Debtor's bankruptcy attorney is Peter M. Iascone,
Esq., at Peter Iascone & Associates.  Irving Shechtman & Company
has been tapped by the Debtor as appraisers.


FIRST NBC: Taps PricewaterhouseCoopers as Accountant
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First NBC Bank Holding Company seeks approval from the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana to hire an
accountant.

The Debtor proposes to employ PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP to conduct
an analysis of its stock ownership history in order to determine
whether an "ownership change" has occurred as a result of certain
equity transactions, and determine the impact on its ability to
utilize its NOLs.

PwC will be paid a fixed fee of $95,000 for its analysis of the
Debtor's stock ownership.  In the event additional services are
required, the firm will charge these hourly fees:

     Staff Level        Core Team     Specialists
     -----------        ---------     -----------
     Partner               $615          $650
     Managing Director     $615          $650
     Director              $445          $475
     Manager               $390          $425
     Senior Associate      $260          $280
     Associate             $175           N/A
     Administrative        $100           N/A

Brian Hydrick, a partner at PwC, disclosed in a court filing that
his firm is a "disinterested person" as defined in section 101(14)
of the Bankruptcy Code.

The firm can be reached through:

     Brian M. Hydrick
     PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP
     214 North Tryon Street, Suite 4200
     Charlotte, NC 28202
     Telephone: [1] (704) 344 7500
     Telecopier: [1] (704) 344 4100

                   About First NBC Bank Holding

First NBC Bank Holding Company -- http://www.firstnbcbank.com/--
is a bank holding company, headquartered in New Orleans, Louisiana,
which offers a broad range of financial services through its
wholly-owned banking subsidiary, First NBC Bank, a Louisiana state
non-member bank.

First NBC Bank's primary market is the New Orleans metropolitan
area and the Florida panhandle.  It serves its customers from its
main office located in the Central Business District of New
Orleans, 38 full service branch offices located throughout its
market and a loan production office in Gulfport, Mississippi.

First NBC Bank sought protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy
Code (Bankr. E.D. La. Case No. 17-11213) on May 11, 2017.  The
petition was signed by Lawrence Blake Jones, chief restructuring
officer.  The Debtor disclosed $6 million in assets and $65 million
in liabilities as of May 10, 2017.

The bankruptcy filing follows the appointment of the Federal
Deposit Insurance Corporation as receiver of First NBC Bank, the
Debtor's wholly owned subsidiary and principal asset, on April 28,
2017, for which the Debtor has previously announced that it does
not expect any recovery.

The case is assigned to Judge Elizabeth W. Magner.  Steffes,
Vingiello & McKenzie, LLC, is the Debtor's bankruptcy counsel.

On May 18, 2017, the U.S. Trustee for Region 5 appointed an
official committee of unsecured creditors.  Jeffrey D. Sternklar
LLC is the committee's legal counsel.

No trustee or examiner has been appointed or designated in the
case.


FIRST PHOENIX-WESTON: No Recovery for Sabra on Contract Breach
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Judge Catherine J. Furay of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Western District of Wisconsin has issued an order (a) denying the
Motion for Claim estimation filed by Sabra Phoenix Wisconsin, LLC,
(b) determining that Sabra Phoenix Wisconsin is not entitled to any
claim for breach of contract, and (c) granting the Debtor First
Phoenix-Weston, LLC's objection to that portion of Claim No. 16 for
unliquidated damages related to the Option Agreement.

In August 2012, Sabra Health Care REIT, Inc., Sabra Phoenix
Wisconsin's corporate parent, and First Phoenix Group, LLC, one of
the Debtor's original members, executed a Pipeline Agreement
outlining circumstances that might result in potential business
relationships between the parent companies.

FP Group was developing senior housing facilities in the Upper
Midwest primarily in Wisconsin and Minnesota. In relation thereto,
the Pipeline Agreement contemplated that for each Approved
Facility, FP Group would grant Sabra REIT an option to purchase the
applicable Approved Facility. In addition, Sabra REIT was to grant
FP Group an option to "Put" the applicable Approved Facility.

Under the Put Option the Debtor had the opportunity to provide
notice to Sabra Phoenix Wisconsin of its intention to sell to Sabra
Phoenix Wisconsin. Under such notice, and subject to certain
conditions, Sabra Phoenix Wisconsin would have been required to
purchase. However, this notice could not be given until
Stabilization occurred and it expired at the end of the Put Option
Period. Stabilization never occurred.

Following completion of construction, First Phoenix-Weston
refinanced the Facility through a loan from Sabra Phoenix TRS. The
Debtor borrowed $14,694,600 from Sabra Phoenix TRS Venture, LLC in
November of 2013, which was documented by a Loan Agreement, Note,
and Mortgage. In addition, an Option Agreement was executed the
same day between the Debtor and Sabra Phoenix.

Subsequently, the Loan Agreement and related documents -- including
the Option Agreement -- were assigned to Sabra Phoenix Wisconsin,
LLC by Sabra Phoenix TRS.

On December 21, 2016, Sabra Phoenix Wisconsin, filed Proof of Claim
No. 16 in the Debtors' case, claiming not less than $17,773,439.
The Proof of Claim contains an addendum detailing the calculation
of the stated amount and, further, asserts "an unliquidated,
unsecured amount as damages for Debtors' pre-petition breach of the
Option Agreement." The Debtors objected to Sabra's Proof of Claim
No. 16. The objection focuses on the claim for additional sums
related to the Option.

The Court concludes that Sabra Phoenix Wisconsin is not entitled to
an additional claim for the Debtor's alleged breach of the Option
Agreement. The Court finds that the Option Agreement was
inextricably linked to the Loan Agreement and served merely as
additional security for the Loan transaction.

The Court explains that the Loan Agreement was not effective until
Sabra Phoenix Wisconsin and the Debtor entered into the Option
Agreement. Thus, the Court maintains that there was no enforceable
Loan Agreement until the Parties executed the Option Agreement.
Under these circumstances, despite the presence of the Debtor's
ability to "Put" the Facility to Sabra Phoenix Wisconsin, the Court
finds the purpose of the Option Agreement was to satisfy a
condition precedent to closing the Loan. Thus, the Option Agreement
stands as additional security for the Loan transaction.

The Court further finds a lack of consideration for the Second
Amendment, that the Option was unconscionable, and that the Option
impermissibly clogged the Debtor's right of redemption. Contrary to
the Debtor's theory of the case, the Option did not expire upon
Sabra Phoenix Wisconsin's failure to set a closing time.
Regardless, the Court says that Sabra Phoenix Wisconsin is not
entitled to damages under the Option.

The Court points out that the Option and Loan were inextricably
linked and intertwined. If these were two separate transactions,
then the Court says consideration would have been required for the
Option. However, the Court notes that there was no separate payment
for the Option, only the Put feature. Even if the Put constituted
consideration, it is not material to the issue before the Court
because the original option term expired without exercise and the
Put expired.

The Court further explains that even if the Court finds the Put
Option provided consideration for the Option Agreement and there
were two separate transactions, it expired on May 5, 2015. Although
the Parties amended the Option Agreement on May 5, 2015 to extend
Sabra Phoenix Wisconsin's Call Option, but they did not extend the
Debtor's Put Option. The Debtor never achieved Stabilization. Thus,
the Court says that the Debtor could not exercise its Put Option.

The Court finds that Sabra Phoenix Wisconsin's Call Option was set
to expire within the Call Option Period, which expired 60 days
after the Outside Stabilization Date of March 7, 2015 (in other
words, May 5, 2015). On May 5, 2015, the Parties amended the Option
Agreement to extend Sabra Phoenix Wisconsin's Call Option by
linking it to the Loan Agreement's maturity date. The Parties'
Third Modification of the Loan Agreement defines Maturity Date as,
the earlier to occur of:

     (i) in the event that Sabra Phoenix Wisconsin (or its
Affiliate) elects to purchase the Facility pursuant to the Option
Agreement, the Purchase Closing Date for the Facility, or

     (ii) any earlier date on which the Loan will be required to be
paid in full, whether by acceleration or otherwise, or Borrower
elects to prepay the Loan in full.

As such, Sabra Phoenix Wisconsin argues that since it is not
seeking foreclosure or specific performance, the Debtor's right of
redemption is not implicated. In addition, Sabra Phoenix Wisconsin
explains that the Option Agreement was crafted in such a way that
in the event it foreclosed on the Property, the Call Option Period
would have terminated. In that case, Sabra Phoenix Wisconsin would
have been barred from exercising its Call Option before the Debtor
could redeem the property.

The Court explains that the Third Modification tied the Maturity
Date to the Purchase Closing Date upon Sabra Phoenix Wisconsin's
exercise of its Call Option, which means that once Sabra Phoenix
Wisconsin exercised its Call rights, the Loan matured on the
Purchase Closing Date, effectively "clogging" the Debtor's ability
to purchase the Facility without infringing upon Sabra Phoenix
Wisconsin's Call rights. Thus, the Court finds that by linking the
Loan Agreement's Maturity Date with the Call Option, the Option
Agreement impermissibly clogged the Debtor's right of redemption.

The Debtor contends the Option Agreement is unconscionable because
it contemplates a windfall in favor of Sabra since Sabra could then
recover under both the Option Agreement and the Loan. Whether under
the original time period or the extended call period, the Debtor
would be obligated to repay the Loan in the amount of $16,079,105
and transfer title to property valued at $13 million. The return on
investment for Sabra Phoenix Wisconsin was $29,079,104, or, put
another way, in excess of 100%.

As such, the Court determines that the Debtor had no real power and
the benefits were unreasonably favorable to Sabra Phoenix
Wisconsin. A ROI in excess of 100% in approximately three years or
less is the stuff that dreams are made of.

The Court concludes there was an extreme imbalance of relative
bargaining power considering that the Debtor urgently needed
financing to repay the construction loan and there were no apparent
alternative providers of financing available. Although the Court
cannot conclude there was procedural unconscionability, the Court
finds these terms commercially unreasonable. In one respect, the
Court maintains that the Option Agreement is unconscionable because
the terms are unreasonably favorable to Sabra Phoenix Wisconsin,
which in effect, allow Sabra Phoenix Wisconsin to capitalize twice
on the same transaction.

A full-text copy of the Memorandum Decision dated August 14, 2017,
is available at https://is.gd/e4T2ek from Leagle.com.

First Phoenix-Weston, LLC, Debtor, represented by Justin M. Mertz,
Michael Best & Friedrich LLP, Ian A.J. Pitz, Michael Best &
Friedrich LLP & Ann Ustad Smith.

U.S. Trustee's Office, U.S. Trustee, represented by Debra L.
Schneider, Office of the U.S. Trustee & Thomas P. Walz, Office of
the U.S. Trustee.

                   About First Phoenix-Weston

First Phoenix-Weston, LLC, and FPG & LCD, L.L.C., were formed in
2010 to organize, develop, and manage an assisted living and
skilled nursing care facility near three major regional hospitals
in Central Wisconsin including St. Clare's Hospital, which is just
a block away.  The Facility combines an assisted living facility
together with a skilled nursing facility in a resort-like
atmosphere for its patients. The business is commonly known as the
"Stoney River" assisted living and rehab.  The Facility is
comprised of two integrated businesses: a 35-unit skilled nursing
rehabilitation center (commonly referred to as the skilled nursing
facility, or "SNF"), and a 60- unit assisted living facility (the
"ALF").

First Phoenix-Weston, LLC, and FPG & LCD, L.L.C., filed Chapter 11
bankruptcy petitions (Bankr. W.D. Wisc. Case Nos. 16-12820 and
16-12821) on Aug. 15, 2016. The petitions were signed by Philip
Castleberg, as part-owner.  The Debtors estimate assets and
liabilities in the range of $10 million to $50 million.  Michael
Best & Friedrich LLP serves as counsel to the Debtors.


FORESIGHT ENERGY: Paid a Dividend of $0.0647 Per Common Unit
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Foresight Energy LP issued a notice on Sept. 1, 2017, to the
holders of warrants to acquire newly issued common units of the
Company disclosing that (i) the Company paid a dividend to the
holders of its common units in an amount equal to $0.0647 per
common unit, and (ii) as a result of the payment of the Dividend,
the Company adjusted the exercise price applicable to the Warrants
and number of common units issuable upon the exercise of each
Warrant.  The Exercise Price of each Warrant decreased to $0.8800
and the Number Issuable increased to 13.0.  A full-text copy of the
Notice is available for free at https://is.gd/zAuTnm

                    About Foresight Energy

Foresight Energy L.P. mines and markets coal from reserves and
operations located exclusively in the Illinois Basin.  As of Dec.
31, 2015, the Company has invested over $2.3 billion to construct
state-of-the-art, low-cost and highly productive mining operations
and related transportation infrastructure.  The Company controls
over 3 billion tons of proven and probable coal in the state of
Illinois, which, in addition to making the Company one of the
largest reserve holders in the United States, provides organic
growth opportunities.  The Company's reserves consist principally
of three large contiguous blocks of uniform, thick, high heat
content (high Btu) thermal coal which is ideal for highly
productive long-wall operations.  Thermal coal is used by power
plants and industrial steam boilers to produce electricity or
process steam.

Foresight reported a net loss of $178.6 million in 2016 following a
net loss of $38.68 million in 2015.  

As of June 30, 2017, Foresight had $2.82 billion in total assets,
$1.94 billion in total liabilities and $872.04 million in total
partners' capital.

                          *     *     *

In March 2017, the TCR reported that S&P Global Ratings affirmed
its 'B-' corporate credit rating on Foresight Energy L.P.  The
rating outlook is revised to stable from negative.

As reported by the TCR on March 6, 2017, Moody's Investors Service
upgraded Foresight Energy L.P.'s Corporate Family Rating (CFR) to
'B3' from 'Caa1', and its probability of default rating (PD) to
'B3-PD' from 'Caa1-PD'.  "The upgrade reflects the improved
industry conditions and the company's solid contracted position,
which drives Moody's expectations that Debt/ EBITDA, as adjusted,
will decline from 5.9x at September 30, 2016 to roughly 4.5x by the
end of 2017", says Anna Zubets-Anderson, the lead analyst for
Foresight.

The TCR reported by the TCR on March 3, 2017, that Fitch Ratings
has assigned a first-time Long-Term Issuer Default Rating (IDR) of
'B-' to Foresight Energy LP and Foresight Energy LLC.  Foresight
Energy LLC's new senior secured first lien term loan and new
revolving credit facility ratings are 'B+/RR2' and the new second
lien notes rating is 'CCC/RR6'.  The facilities are to be
guaranteed by Foresight Energy LP.


FOREVERGREEN WORLDWIDE: Delays June 30 Form 10-Q Filing
-------------------------------------------------------
ForeverGreen Worldwide Corporation was unable, without unreasonable
effort and expense, to file the Form 10-Q for the period ended June
30, 2017, within the prescribed time period due to its difficulty
in obtaining and completing the financial and other information
required for that report, according to a Form 12b-25 filed with the
Securities and Exchange Commission.

                 About ForeverGreen Worldwide

Orem, Utah-based ForeverGreen Worldwide Corporation is a holding
company that operates through its wholly owned subsidiary,
ForeverGreen International, LLC.  The Company's product philosophy
is to develop, manufacture and market the best of science and
nature through innovative formulations as it produces and
manufactures a wide array of whole foods, nutritional supplements,
personal care products and essential oils.

For the year ended Dec. 31, 2016, ForeverGreen reported a net loss
of $5.90 million on $40.27 million of net total revenues for the
year ended Dec. 31, 2016, compared to a net loss of $2.62 million
on $67.12 million of net total revenues for the year ended Dec. 31,
2015.

Sadler, Gibb & Associates, LLC, in Salt Lake City, UT, issued a
"going concern" qualification on the consolidated financial
statements for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016, citing that the
Company has suffered net losses since inception and has accumulated
a significant deficit.  These factors raise substantial doubt about
its ability to continue as a going concern.


FOUNDATION HEALTHCARE: Seeks to Retain William Moore as CFO
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Foundation Healthcare, Inc. and University General Hospital, LLC
have filed an application seeking approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the Northern District of Texas to retain William Moore.

Mr. Moore, a consultant for Spectrum Health Partners LLC, will
continue to serve as chief financial officer of Foundation
Healthcare.  He has served as CFO since December 19 last year.

Mr. Moore will not be involved directly in administering the
bankruptcy cases, according to the application.

In the same filing, the companies also asked the court to approve
the post-petition fees and expenses previously paid to Spectrum in
the ordinary course of business.

Since the petition date, the firm received payments from the
companies, which include $13,003.62 paid on August 3, and $15,300
paid on August 21.  Currently, there is no outstanding balance for
the firm's services.

Mr. Moore disclosed in a court filing that he and his firm do not
hold any adverse interest.

The firm can be reached through:

     William Moore
     Spectrum Health Partners, LLC
     109 International Dr
     Franklin, TN 37067
     Tel: 615-778-4650
     E-mail: wmoore@spectrumhpllc.com

                 About University General Hospital
                     and Foundation Healthcare

University General Hospital LLC was a 69-bed health care facility
located at 7501 Fannin Street, Suite 100 Houston, Texas.  Prior to
its closure in January 2017, University General Hospital offered a
full array of equipment and services including inpatient and
outpatient medical treatments and surgeries.

Foundation Healthcare Inc., a publicly traded Oklahoma corporation,
was in the business of owning and managing facilities which
operated in the surgical segment of the healthcare industry.  It
has ceased to conduct business operations and has no employees.
Foundation Healthcare currently only has a contracted interim Chief
Financial Officer and a contracted Chief Restructuring Officer, and
one part time assistant.

University General Hospital, doing business as Foundation Surgical
Hospital of Houston, and its affiliate Foundation Healthcare filed
Chapter 11 petitions (Bankr. N.D. Tex. Case Nos. 17-42570 and
17-42571) on June 21, 2017.  The petitions were signed by Richard
Zahn, manager.  The cases are jointly administered before Judge
Russell F. Nelms with Foundation Healthcare's case as the lead.

The Debtors are represented by Vickie L. Driver, Esq., at Husch
Blackwell LLP.  The Debtors hire Michael S. Miller of Ankura
Consulting Group, LLC, as chief restructuring officer.  The Debtors
employed Eide Bailly LLP, as accountant and Donlin, Recano &
Company, Inc., as their claims and noticing agent.

At the time of filing, University General disclosed $1 million to
$10 million in assets and $1 million to $50 million in liabilities.
Foundation Healthcare disclosed $1 million to $10 million in
assets and liabilities.

University General Hospital, Inc., previously sought bankruptcy
protection (Bankr. S.D. Tex. Case No. 15-31097) on Feb. 27, 2015.
Foundation HealthCare completed its acquisition of University
General Hospital in January 2016.  Foundation HealthCare purchased
the facility for $33 million in a court-approved sale.


FULLCIRCLE REGISTRY: Long Resigns, Friedman is New CFO
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Matthew Long resigned as chief financial officer, secretary and
treasurer of FullCircle Registry, Inc., effective Aug. 31, 2017.
Mr. Long is working closely with the Company to ensure a smooth
transition of his responsibilities and will continue to do so until
Oct. 31, 2017.  Also, Mr. Long may be asked to remain in a
consulting position throughout the remainder of calendar year
2017.

The Board of Directors appointed Leigh Friedman to serve as chief
financial officer, secretary and treasurer.  Mr. Friedman currently
resides in Meridian, Idaho.  Prior to 2011, Leigh served as the
general manager of the Georgetown 14 Cinemas in Indianapolis.  Mr.
Friedman also was the former owner & general manager of The Movie
Buff Theater, which he opened in Indianapolis in 2011.  The theater
was later sold to Studio Movie Grill, after Mr. Friedman revived it
operationally.  The Company believes Mr. Friedman's knowledge of
theater operations and marketing will be of great assistance to
FullCircle moving forward.

                   About FullCircle Registry

Shelbyville, Kentucky-based FullCircle Registry, Inc. --
http://www.fullcircleregistry.co/-- targets the acquisition of
small profitable businesses.  FullCircle Registry is a holding
company with three subsidiaries: FullCircle Entertainment, Inc.,
FullCircle Insurance Agency, Inc., and FullCircle Prescription
Services, Inc.

FullCircle's fully-owned subsidiary, FullCircle Entertainment,
Inc., operates the Georgetown 14 Cinemas movie theater in
Indianapolis, Indiana.  The theater is currently transitioning to a
new "Dine-in-Cinema LITE" business model.  New food, recliner
chairs and special events.  Targeted completion is June, 2017.

FullCircle Registry reported a net loss of $1.07 million on $1.08
million of revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016, compared with
a net loss of $695,700 on $1.14 million of revenues for the year
ended Dec. 31, 2015.

As of June 30, 2017, FullCircle had $4.44 million in total assets,
$6.92 million in total liabilities and a total stockholders'
deficit of $2.48 million.

Somerset CPAs, P.C., issued a "going concern" qualification on the
consolidated financial statements for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016.
The Company has suffered recurring losses from operations and has
a net capital deficiency that raises substantial doubt about its
ability to continue as a going concern, the auditors noted.


FUNCTION(X) INC: Common Stock Will be Delisted from Nasdaq
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The Nasdaq Stock Market announced Aug. 30, 2017, that it will
delist the common stock of Function(x) Inc.  Function(x) Inc.'s
stock was suspended on June 22, 2017, and has not traded on Nasdaq
since that time.  Nasdaq will file a Form 25 with the Securities
and Exchange Commission to complete the delisting.  The delisting
becomes effective ten days after the Form 25 is filed.

                       About Function(x)

Based in New York, FunctionX Inc (NASDAQ:FNCX) is a diversified
media and entertainment company.  The Company conducts three lines
of businesses, which are digital publishing through Wetpaint.com,
Inc. (Wetpaint) and Rant, Inc. (Rant); fantasy sports gaming
through DraftDay Gaming Group, Inc. (DDGG), and digital content
distribution through Choose Digital, Inc. (Choose Digital).
Wetpaint is a media channel reporting original news stories and
publishing information content covering television shows, music,
celebrities, entertainment news and fashion.  Choose Digital is a
business-to-business platform for delivering digital content.  DDGG
is a business-to-business operator of daily fantasy sports.  The
Company's digital publishing business also includes Rant, which is
a digital publisher that publishes original content in over 13
verticals, such as in sports, entertainment, pets, cars and food.

Function(x) incurred a net loss of $63.68 million for the year
ended June 30, 2016, compared to a net loss of $78.53 million for
the year ended June 30, 2015.  

As of Dec. 31, 2016, Function(x) had $31.80 million in total
assets, $27.94 million in total liabilities and $3.85 million in
total stockholders' equity.

BDO USA, LLP, in New York, issued a "going concern" qualification
on the consolidated financial statements for the year ended June
30, 2016, citing that the Company has suffered recurring losses
from operations and at June 30, 2016, has a deficiency in working
capital that raise substantial doubt about its ability to continue
as a going concern.


FUNCTION(X) INC: Missed $934K Installment Payment to Stockholders
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As reported on its Current Report on Form 8-K filed on July 26,
2017, Function (x) Inc., entered into an Amendment and Mutual
Release Agreement, dated as of July 19, 2017, with all holders  of
the Company's Series G Preferred Stock other than (i) affiliates of
Robert FX Sillerman, the Company's executive chairman and chief
executive officer, and (ii) the law firm that served as outside
counsel to the Company in connection with the offering of the
Series G Preferred Stock.  Pursuant to the terms of the Agreement,
the Company agreed to make a cash payment to each of the Holders in
an aggregate amount equal to 90 percent of each such Holder's
investment in the Company's Series G Preferred Stock (such Cash
Payment to be made in four equal installments according to and in
accordance with the terms of the Agreement).

As also reported on the Current Report on Form 8-K filed on July
26, 2017, simultaneously with execution of the Agreement, Sillerman
executed a Personal Guaranty, dated as of even date therewith, for
the benefit of the Holders, guaranteeing the punctual payment,
performance and observance when due, of each Installment Payment
and all other sums due from the Company to the Holders arising
under the Agreement.  According to the terms of the Guaranty, if
the Company was to fail to make any Installment Payment as required
by the terms of the Agreement, notice of any such Missed Payment
Default would be made to Sillerman by the Holders.  If the missed
Installment Payment were to be made by Sillerman within 10 ten days
of the Missed Payment Default Notice, then the Company would no
longer be deemed to be in default under the Agreement, and that
Installment Payment will be deemed to have been timely paid by the
Company.

An Installment Payment of $934,362 was due and payable to the
Holders under the Agreement on Aug. 28, 2017.  The Company was
unable to make such Installment Payment as required by the terms of
the Agreement.  A Missed Payment Default Notice was provided to
Sillerman on Aug. 29, 2017, by the Holders pursuant to the Personal
Guaranty.  Sillerman has until Sept. 7, 2017, to make such payment.
If the payment is so made, then the Installment Payment will be
deemed to have been timely paid, the Company will not be deemed in
default under the Agreement, and Sillerman will not be deemed to be
in default under the Guaranty.  Under the terms of the Agreement,
if any Installment Payment remains unpaid by such date, all
remaining unpaid Installment Payments (currently totaling
$2,803,086 in the aggregate) are immediately due and payable by the
Company and the releases given by the Holders pursuant to the
Agreement are voided and will have no legal effect.

                     About Function(x)

Based in New York, FunctionX Inc (NASDAQ:FNCX) is a diversified
media and entertainment company.  The Company conducts three lines
of businesses, which are digital publishing through Wetpaint.com,
Inc. (Wetpaint) and Rant, Inc. (Rant); fantasy sports gaming
through DraftDay Gaming Group, Inc. (DDGG), and digital content
distribution through Choose Digital, Inc. (Choose Digital).
Wetpaint is a media channel reporting original news stories and
publishing information content covering television shows, music,
celebrities, entertainment news and fashion.  Choose Digital is a
business-to-business platform for delivering digital content.  DDGG
is a business-to-business operator of daily fantasy sports.  The
Company's digital publishing business also includes Rant, which is
a digital publisher that publishes original content in over 13
verticals, such as in sports, entertainment, pets, cars and food.

Function(x) incurred a net loss of $63.68 million for the year
ended June 30, 2016, compared to a net loss of $78.53 million for
the year ended June 30, 2015.  

As of Dec. 31, 2016, Function(x) had $31.80 million in total
assets, $27.94 million in total liabilities and $3.85 million in
total stockholders' equity.

BDO USA, LLP, in New York, issued a "going concern" qualification
on the consolidated financial statements for the year ended June
30, 2016, citing that the Company has suffered recurring losses
from operations and at June 30, 2016, has a deficiency in working
capital that raise substantial doubt about its ability to continue
as a going concern.


FYNDERS INC: Wants to Use Rockland Trust, et al.'s Cash Collateral
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Fynders, Inc., asks for authorization from the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the District of Massachusetts to use cash collateral of
secured creditor Rockland Trust Company, the Internal Revenue
Service and the Massachusetts Department of Revenue.

A copy of the Debtor's Motion is available at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/mab17-40400-105.pdf

                       About Fynders, Inc.

Fynders, Inc., runs restaurant located in West Boylston,
Massachusetts operating under the name Finders Pub.  Finders is
located next door to its affiliated restaurant, Keepers, Inc.,
which does business as Keepers Pub.

On June 23, 2010, Fynders and Keepers filed jointly administered
petitions under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code, In re Fynders,
Inc., 10-43170 and In re Keepers, Inc., 10-43171.  The Court
confirmed the Debtors' Combined Plan of Reorganization and
Disclosure Statement on Dec. 21, 2010.  

Due to additional financial difficulties, Fynders, Inc., and
Keepers again sought Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. D. Mass. Case
No. 17-40400) on March 7, 2017.  The petitions were signed by
Kathleen McCormick, president.

At the time of filing, Fynders disclosed $139,750 in total assets
and $2.21 million in total liabilities.

The cases are assigned to Judge Christopher J. Panos.

David B. Madoff, Esq., at Madoff & Khoury LLP, is serving as
counsel to the Debtors.  Patrick J. Crowley of Hershman Fallatrom &
Crowley, Inc., is the Debtors' accountant.

An official creditors' committee has not been appointed in the
cases.


GENON ENERGY: Seeks Court Approval of Cash Incentive Plan
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BankruptcyData.com reported that GenOn Energy filed with the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court a motion for entry of an order authorizing and
approving the Debtors' cash incentive plan. The motion explains,
"To incentivize the Participants, the Cash Incentive Plan provides
for a variable cash award (a) earned upon entry into definitive
documentation for any Sale Transaction during a Participant's
employment term (and payable subject to the closing of such Sale
Transaction) (a 'Sale Bonus'); and (b) earned and payable upon the
conclusion of a 90-day period following the Effective Date of the
Plan (the 'VWAP Period') for measuring the achievement of certain
performance objectives that increase distributable value under the
Plan to Holders of GenOn Notes Claims (a 'Value Creation Bonus'
and, together with a Sale Bonus, a 'Cash Incentive Bonus').  The
size of the Sale Pool will vary depending on the aggregate amount
of Sale Proceeds received.  Importantly, however, the percentage of
Sale Proceeds reserved for the Sale Pool will remain constant at
0.425% regardless of the amount of Sale Proceeds ultimately
generated to afford the Debtors maximum flexibility in conducting
the sale process, which may include multiple Sale Transactions at
varying price points . . . .  The size of the Value Creation Pool
will vary depending on the aggregate amount of Value Creation above
a baseline recovery threshold for Holders of GenOn Notes Claims
under the Plan.  This baseline recovery (the 'Threshold Plan
Recovery') is based on the total distributable value to Holders of
Allowed GenOn Notes Claims under the Plan assuming a 68 percent
recovery on account of such claims (i.e., approximately $1.275
billion).  Value Creation will be measured based on the market
adjusted enterprise value (the 'Market AEV') of the Reorganized
Debtors above the Threshold Plan Recovery during the VWAP Period."

                     About GenOn Energy

GenOn Energy, Inc., is a wholesale power generation corporation
with 15,394 megawatts in generating capacity, operating operate 32
power plants in eight states.  GenOn is subsidiary of NRG Energy
Inc., which is a competitive power company that produces, sells and
delivers energy and energy services, primarily in major competitive
power markets in the U.S.

GenOn is the product of two mergers since 2010.  First, on Dec. 3,
2010, two wholesale power generation companies -- RRI Energy, a
company formerly known as Reliant Energy, and Mirant Corporation
-- completed an all-stock, tax-free merger with Mirant becoming
RRI's wholly-owned subsidiary.  Following the merger, RRI took its
current name: GenOn.

NRG, through a wholly-owned subsidiary, and GenOn completed a
stock-for-stock merger in a $6 billion deal, with GenOn continuing
as the surviving company on December 14, 2012.  NRG, as
consideration for acquiring GenOn's entire equity, issued 0.1216
shares of NRG common stock for each outstanding share of GenOn.  In
structuring the merger, NRG "ring-fenced" GenOn's debt, leaving
GenOn's creditors without recourse against NRG's assets in the
event of GenOn's default.

As of March 31, 2017, GenOn Energy had $4.81 billion in total
assets, $4.51 billion in total liabilities and $304 million in
total stockholders' equity.

GenOn Energy, Inc. ("GenOn"), GenOn Americas Generation, LLC
("GAG") and 60 of their directly and indirectly-owned subsidiaries
commenced the Chapter 11 cases in Houston, Texas (Bankr. S.D. Tex.
Lead Case No. 17-33695) on June 14, 2017, to implement a
restructuring plan negotiated with stakeholders prepetition.  

The Debtors' cases have been assigned to Judge David R. Jones.  

Kirkland & Ellis LLP is the Debtors' bankruptcy counsel.  Zack A.
Clement, PLLC, is the local counsel.  Rothschild Inc. is the
financial advisor and investment banker.  McKinsey Recovery &
Transformation Services U.S. is the restructuring advisor.  Epiq
Systems, Inc., is the claims and noticing agent.

Special Counsel to the GAG Steering Committee is Quinn Emanuel
Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP.  The Steering Committee of GAG
Noteholders is comprised of Benefit Street Partners LLC, Brigade
Capital Management, LP, Franklin Mutual Advisers, LLC, and Solus
Alternative Asset Management LP, each on behalf of itself or
certain affiliates, and/or accounts managed and/or advised by it or
its affiliates.

Counsel to the GenOn Steering Committee and the GAG Steering
Committee are Keith H. Wofford, Esq., Stephen Moeller-Sally, Esq.,
and Marc B. Roitman, Esq., at Ropes & Gray LLP.

Counsel for NRG Energy, Inc., are C. Luckey McDowell, Esq., and Ian
E. Roberts, Esq., at Baker Botts L.L.P.


GIUSEPPI DE RISI: Foreign Rep. Selling Lauderhill Property for $83K
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Ronald Gagdon, agent for the foreign representative of Deloitte
Restructuring, Inc., asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Southern District of Florida to authorize the sale of real property
located at 3591 Environ Boulevard, A205, Lauderhill, Florida, to
Arthur J. Allen Revocable Trust for $83,000.

The Court issued an Order Granting Application to Employ Paul
Bilodeau as Real Estate Broker on March 10, 2017 and an Order
Granting Motion to Approve Procedures for the Sale of Certain Real
Property on April 6, 2017, and the Property was listed for sale
immediately thereafter.  It ordered that the price should be listed
for sale for a cash buyer at the price of $85,000, however after
several months on the market, the Broker received only five offers
to purchase the property each less than $60,000 each.  On July 7,
2017, the Broker received an offer to purchase the Property for
$83,000, which is just $2,000 less than the expected $85,000.

The Foreign Representative has determined that it is in the best
interest of the bankruptcy estate to accept this offer to avoid
incurring additional interest, condominium maintenance and other
costs related to maintaining the property while waiting for a
better offer.  Otherwise, the proposed sale meets all of the other
procedures approved by the Court.  The Court ruled in its Canadian
Proceeding Order that interested parties were provided with
sufficient notice of the Petition and these proceedings.  The Order
also granted the Foreign Representative the rights, powers,
protections, privileges and immunities of a trustee in a bankruptcy
in the United States.

The mortgages and other liens and other encumbrances relating to
the Property are:

          a. Mortgage by the Debtor's company J&LDR, LLC, a Florida
limited liability company in favor of M&M Private Lending Group,
LLC, a Florida limited liability company ("Lender") recorded on
Dec. 24, 2014 in Official Records Book 51344 at Page 539 of Broward
County, Florida.

          b. Assignment of Rents, Leases, Profits and Contracts in
favor of the Lender recorded in Official Records Book 51344 at
Page 557 of Broward County, Florida.

          c. UCC-I Financing Statement in favor of the Lender
recorded in Official Records Book 51344 at Page 564 of Broward
County, Florida.

          d. Lis Pendens filed in the case styled Lakes of Environ
Condominium Association, Inc. v. J & LDR, LLC, Broward County case
number CACE 17-001888 recorded in the Official Records of Broward
County, Florida as Instrument Number 1 14183966 and the Final
Judgment of Foreclosure for the same case recorded as Instrument
Number 114367075.

          e. 2016 Broward county property taxes.

The salient terms of the Contract are:

          a. Anything and everything on the Property will be
purchased as is where is, free and clear of all liens, claims and
encumbrances.

          b. The purchase price will be $83,000.

          c. The transaction will close no later than 15 days after
the entrance of an Order authorizing the sale by the Court.

          d. The Purchaser will pay cash for the Property with no
financing contingency.

          e. The Purchaser has executed the Court's approved
General Terms and Conditions of Sale which was incorporated into
the Contract and in which the Purchaser has acknowledged that the
sale of the Property is conditioned upon the entry of an Order of
the Court authorizing the sale.

A copy of the Contract attached to the Motion is available for free
at:

      http://bankrupt.com/misc/Giuseppi_De_Risi_33_Sales.pdf

The sales proceeds will be distributed to the Foreign
Representative to fund the payments of the Foreign Main Proceeding.
The Foreign Representative asks authority to disburse the sales
proceeds from the sale of the Property pursuant to the Foreign Main
Proceeding and any other applicable order.

The Foreign Representative further asks the Court to waive the stay
requirement enumerated in Rule 6004(h) of the Federal Rule of
Bankruptcy Procedure, such that entry of an order approving the
Motion will not be subject to an automatic 14-day stay.

                      About Giuseppi De Risi

Giuseppi De Risi, also known as Joseph De Risi, and Lucrezia De
Risi in the Foreign Main Proceeding are the sole members of J&LDR,
LLC, an administratively dissolved Florida limited liability
company.  J&LDR is the owner of the property located at 3591
Environ Boulevard, A205, Lauderhill, Florida.

On Oct. 28, 2016, Ronald Gagdon, agent for foreign representative
of Deloitte Restructuring, Inc., filed a Chapter 15 Petition for
debtor Giuseppi De Risi to seek recognition of a Canadian
proceeding.

The Order Recognizing Canadian Proceeding as Foreign Main
Proceeding and Granting Relief in Aid Thereof ("Canadian Proceeding
Order") was granted on Jan. 9, 2017.

Paul Bilodeau was appointed as Real Estate Broker on March 10,
2017.

Counsel for the Foreign Representative:

          Dean J. Trantalis, Esq.
          TRANTALIS AND ASSOCIATES
          2301 Wilton Drive, Ste. C1-A
          Wilton Manors, FL 33305
          Telephone: (954) 566-2226
          E-mail: dean@trantalis.com
                  brian@trantalis.com


GLOBAL SOLUTIONS: Has Court's Final Nod to Use Cash Collateral
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The Hon. Dwight H. Williams, Jr., of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for
the Middle District of Alabama has entered an agreed final order
permitting Global Solutions & Logistics, LLC's use of cash
collateral incident to expenses incurred in the normal course of
business.

The Debtor may use cash collateral to pay post-petition expenses
that have been incurred by the Debtor in the ordinary course of
business and are reasonably necessary, including Debtor's bi-weekly
payroll.

The Debtor will pay all tax withholdings and other payments
coincidental with the payment of payroll.

SunTrust and Commercial Credit Group, Inc., are granted
post-petition liens in cash collateral in the same priority as
existed prior to the filing of the Debtor's petition.  The
post-petition liens are to protect SunTrust and CCG to the extent
of any diminution in the value of its collateral on account of this
court order; provided, however, that under no circumstance will the
Debtor diminish cash collateral (defined for purposes of this
section as the sum of cash, deposit accounts, and collectible
accounts receivable) below $250,000.

The Debtor will make adequate protection payments to SunTrust and
CCG in accordance with the adequate protection orders previously
entered.

To the extent that a conflict arises between this court order and
the adequate protection orders of SunTrust or CCG, as the case may
be, the relevant adequate protection order will govern with respect
to SunTrust or CCG.

A copy of the court order is available at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/almb17-31659-89.pdf

As reported by the Troubled Company Reporter on June 19, 2017, the
Debtor asked for permission to use of SunTrust's cash collateral
through June 30, 2017.

                     About Global Solutions

Alexanders Industrial Services in Phenix City, AL --
http://www.alexandersservices.com/-- is a veteran owned business
that provides a full line of industrial services and cleaning,
environmental services, and mechanical contracting to commercial
clients, industrial facilities, and municipalities throughout the
Southeast.

Global Solutions & Logistics, LLC, dba Alexanders Industrial
Services, dba A.I.S. filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. M.D. Ala.
Case No. 17-80775) on June 10, 2017.  The petition was signed by
Keith Williams, chief financial officer.  The case is assigned to
Judge Dwight H. Williams Jr.  The Debtor is represented by William
Wesley Causby, Esq., at Memory & Day.  At the time of filing, the
Debtor estimated less than $50,000 in assets and $1 million to $10
million in liabilities.

No trustee or examiner has been appointed to date in the case.


GLYECO INC: Incurs $902K Net Loss in Second Quarter
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Glyeco Inc. filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission its
quarterly report on Form 10-Q disclosing a net loss of $902,226 on
$2.91 million of net sales for the three months ended June 30,
2017, compared to a net loss of $1.04 million on $1.31 million of
net sales for the three months ended June 30, 2016.

For the six months ended June 30, 2017, GlyeCo reported a net loss
of $2.01 million on $5.20 million of net sales compared to a net
loss of $1.84 million on $2.75 million of net sales for the six
months ended June 30, 2016.

As of June 30, 2017, GlyeCo had $14.04 million in total assets,
$9.75 million in total liabilities and $4.29 million in total
stockholders' equity.

For the six months ended June 30, 2017, and 2016, net cash used in
operating activities was $1,546,034 and $1,373,535, respectively.
The increase in cash used in operating activities is due to the
increase in the Company's net loss as well as significant period
over period changes in accounts receivables, inventories and
accounts payable and accrued expenses.  For the six months ended
June 30, 2017, the Company used $649,613 in cash for investing
activities, compared to the $295,305 used in the prior year's
period.  These amounts were comprised primarily of capital
expenditures for equipment.  For the six months ended June 30,
2017, $859,238 was provided by financing activities, compared to
the $2,814,937 provided in the prior year's period.  The 2016
amount is primarily comprised of the February rights offering.  The
2017 amount is primarily comprised of the exercise of warrants and
proceeds from a sale-leaseback, partially offset by the repayment
of debt, including the 5% Notes.

As of June 30, 2017, the Company had $3,345,485 in current assets,
including $77,590 in cash, $1,326,549 in accounts receivable and
$1,527,802 in inventories.  Cash decreased from $1,413,999 as of
Dec. 31, 2016, to $77,590 as of June 30, 2017, primarily due to
cash used in operations.

As of June 30, 2017, the Company had total current liabilities of
$5,550,890, including accounts payable and accrued expenses of
$1,691,546.  As of June 30, 2017, the Company had total non-current
liabilities of $4,200,450, consisting primarily of the non-current
portion of its notes payable and capital lease obligations.

As of June 30, 2017, the Company has yet to achieve profitable
operations and is dependent on its ability to raise capital from
stockholders or other sources to sustain operations and to
ultimately achieve profitable operations.  These factors raise
substantial doubt about the Company's ability to continue as a
going concern.

"Our plans to address these matters include achieving profitable
operations, raising additional financing through offering our
shares of the Company's capital stock in private and/or public
offerings of our securities and through debt financing if available
and needed," said the Company.  "There can be no assurances,
however, that the Company will be able to obtain any financings or
that such financings will be sufficient to sustain our business
operation or permit the Company to implement our intended business
strategy.  We plan to achieve profitable operations through the
implementation of operating efficiencies at our facilities and
increased revenue through the offering of additional products and
the expansion of our geographic footprint through acquisitions,
broader distribution from our current facilities and/or the opening
of additional facilities."

A full-text copy of the Form 10-Q is available for free at:

                       https://is.gd/fatU5O

                        About GlyEco, Inc.

Phoenix, Ariz.-based GlyEco -- http://www.glyeco.com/-- is a
specialty chemical company, leveraging technology and innovation to
focus on vertically integrated, eco-friendly manufacturing,
customer service and distribution solutions.  The Company's eight
facilities, including the recently acquired 14-20 million gallons
per year, ASTM E1177 EG-1, glycol re-distillation plant in West
Virginia, deliver superior quality glycol products that meet or
exceed ASTM quality standards, including a wide spectrum of ready
to use antifreezes and additive packages for antifreeze/coolant,
gas patch coolants and heat transfer fluid industries, throughout
North America.

Glyeco reported a net loss of $2.26 million on $5.59 million of net
sales for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016, compared to a net loss of
$12.45 million on $7.36 million of net sales for the year ended
Dec. 31, 2015.

KMJ Corbin & Company LLP, in Costa Mesa, California, issued a
"going concern" qualification on the consolidated financial
statements for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016, citing that the
Company has experienced recurring losses from operations, has
negative operating cash flows during the year ended Dec. 31, 2016,
has an accumulated deficit of $36,815,063 as of Dec. 31, 2016, and
is dependent on its ability to raise capital.  These factors raise
substantial doubt about the Company's ability to continue as a
going concern.


GOODWILL INDUSTRIES: Has Interim OK to Use Cash Collateral
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The Hon. Bruce T. Beesley of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Nevada has granted Goodwill Industries of Southern
Nevada, Inc., authorization to use cash collateral through Sept. 1,
2017.

A hearing to consider the Debtor's continued use of cash collateral
was held on Aug. 30, 2017.

As reported by the Troubled Company Reporter on Sept. 4, 2017, the
Debtor sought court authorization to use cash collateral until
Sept. 1, 2017.  The Debtor requested authorization from the
indenture trustee U.S. Bank National Association to use the cash
collateral in the operation of the business, and the Indenture
Trustee has required that the Debtor entering into a stipulation.


The Indenture Trustee is granted additional and replacement valid,
binding, enforceable, non-avoidable, and automatically perfected
postpetition security interests in and liens, without the necessity
of the execution by the Debtor of security agreements, control
agreements, pledge agreements, financing statements, mortgages, or
other similar documents, on all property, whether now owned or
hereafter acquired or existing and wherever located, of the Debtor
and the Debtor's estate.

As further adequate protection, the Indenture Trustee is granted an
allowed administrative expense claim in the case ahead of and
senior to any and all other administrative expense claims in cases
to the extent of any postpetition diminution in value.

A copy of the Order is available at:

            http://bankrupt.com/misc/nvb17-14398-60.pdf

                    About Goodwill Industries

Founded in 1975 and headquartered in North Las Vegas, Nevada,
Goodwill of Southern Nevada -- http://www.goodwill.vegas-- is a
registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit, accepts the communities' gifts in
the form of donated goods and sells those items to provide free job
training and placement services for unemployed locals.  In 2016,
Goodwill of Southern Nevada served the job training needs of 14,465
and directly placed 3,004 individuals into local jobs.  Goodwill
also makes a significant impact on the environment through
recycling and reuse practices.  In 2016, there were 873,624
generous donors of goods who helped Goodwill divert over 26 million
pounds from its local landfills.

Goodwill Industries of Southern Nevada, Inc. -- d/b/a Goodwill of
Southern Nevada, Goodwill Deja Blue Boutique, Goodwill
Store/Donation Center, Goodwill Clearance Center, Goodwill Select,
and Goodwill Donation Center -- filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
protection (Bankr. D. Nev. Case No. 17-14398) on Aug. 11, 2017,
estimating its assets and debts at between $10 million and $50
million.  The petition was signed by John Hederman, interim chief
executive officer.  

Judge Bruce T. Beeley presides over the case.

Zachariah Larson, Esq., at Larson & Zirzow, LLC, serves as the
Debtor's bankruptcy counsel.


GRAND VIEW FINANCIAL: Taps Levene Neale as Legal Counsel
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Grand View Financial LLC seeks approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the Central District of California to hire Levene, Neale,
Bender, Yoo & Brill LLP as its legal counsel.

The firm will, among other things, give legal advice to the Debtor
regarding its duties under the Bankruptcy Code; assist in the
preparation of a plan of reorganization; and advise the Debtor
regarding any potential sale of its properties.

The hourly rates charged by the firm for the services of its
attorneys range from $375 to $595.  Paraprofessionals charge $250
per hour.

Prior to the petition date, the Debtor provided the firm a retainer
of $100,000 for pre-bankruptcy planning and payment of the filing
fee.

Todd Arnold, Esq., the attorney who will be handling the case,
disclosed in a court filing that his firm is a "disinterested
person" as defined in section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code.

Levene can be reached through:

     Todd M. Arnold, Esq.
     Levene, Neale, Bender, Yoo & Brill LLP
     10250 Constellation Blvd., Suite 1700
     Los Angeles, CA 90067
     Tel: (310) 229-1234
     Fax: (310) 229-1244
     Email: tma@lnbyb.com

                 About Grand View Financial LLC

Grand View Financial LLC is a Wyoming limited liability company,
which is in the business of acquiring distressed real property.
The Debtor was formed in 2015.

The Debtor sought protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy
Code (Bankr. C.D. Calif. Case No. 17-20125) on August 17, 2017.
Steve Rogers, managing member, signed the petition.

At the time of the filing, the Debtor disclosed $29.88 million in
assets and $39.71 million in liabilities.

Judge Julia W. Brand presides over the case.


GREENLEAF BULK: May Use Cash Collateral Through Oct. 31
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The Hon. Jerry C. Olshue, Jr., of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Southern District of Alabama has entered an interim order
authorizing the use of cash collateral through Oct. 31, 2017.

The Debtor acknowledges and admits it owes, without defense, offset
or counterclaim, these prepetition secured obligations to People's
United Equipment Finance Corp. through the Petition Date:

     i. PUEFC Note - 76572         $147,609.21
    ii. PUEFC Note - 76613           $1,414.35
   iii. PUEFC Note - 76709         $260,035.37
    iv. PUEFC Note - 77199          $51,577.03
     v. PUEFC Note - 77950          $76,862.82
    vi. PUEFC Note - 82823         $491,035.23
   vii. PUEFC Note - 87468         $131,022.48

The obligations of the Debtor to PUEFC are secured by: (i) first
priority security interest in and against numerous tractors; and
(ii) first priority blanket security interest in and against all
assets of the Debtor.

The Debtor admits, stipulates and agrees that:

     a. as of the Petition Date, the Debtor was unconditionally
        indebted and liable to PUEFC, without defense,
        counterclaim or offset of any kind to the PUEFC Notes and
        PUEFC Prepetition Collateral, and the monies due
        thereunder;

     b. the prepetition obligations are (i) in default and (ii)
        constitute legal, valid, binding, non-avoidable
        obligations of the Debtor;

     c. (i) no portion of the Prepetition Obligations, and the
        transactions contemplated thereby is subject to contest,
        attack, objection, recoupment, defense, setoff,
        counterclaim, avoidance, recharacterization,
        reclassification, reduction, disallowance, recovery,
        disgorgement, attachment, "claim", impairment,
        subordination or other challenge pursuant to the U.S.
        Bankruptcy Code or applicable non-bankruptcy law; (ii) the

        Debtor irrevocably waives, any right to challenge or
        contest in any way the perfection, validity, priority and
        enforceability of the Prepetition Obligations;

     d. as of the Petition Date, the Debtor has not brought and is

        not aware of any claims, objections, challenges, causes of

        action, including without limitation, avoidance claims
        under Chapter 5 of the Bankruptcy Code against PUEFC
        arising out of or related to the Prepetition Obligations.

PUEFC is entitled to receive adequate protection on account of its
interests in the PUEFC Prepetition Collateral pursuant to sections
361 and 363 of the Bankruptcy Code.  In consideration for the use
of the cash collateral and the PUEFC Vehicles in addition to the
other protections provided in the cash collateral court orders, the
Debtor agrees to pay PUEFC the sum of $30,000 per month due on the
1st day of September, October and November 2017, respectively; and
resumption of full monthly payments under the Notes each following
month until the Indebtedness and all Obligations under the loan
documents are fully paid.  

The Debtor's right to use the PUEFC Prepetition Collateral will
terminate at the option of PUEFC upon the occurrence of any of
these events: (i) the Debtor fails to perform any duty or
obligation in this order; (ii) the Debtor at any time discontinues
or is ordered to discontinue the conduct of business in the
ordinary course; (iii) the Debtor's case is converted to Chapter 7
case under the Bankruptcy Code; (iv) the Debtor fails to make
monthly adequate protection payments to PUEFC; or (v) the automatic
stay provided in 11 U.S.C. Section 362(a) will be terminated,
annulled, modified or conditioned in favor of any other creditor
with respect to the Debtor's inventory and receivables upon which
PUEFC claims a lien.  

PUEFC is granted a valid, perfected and enforceable continuing
replacement lien and security interest, equivalent to a lien
granted under Section 364(c) of the Bankruptcy Code, in and upon
all assets of the Debtor existing on or after the Petition Date of
the same nature and type as the collateral securing the PUEFC
claims.

As additional adequate protection, and solely to the extent of any
diminution in the aggregate value of the Debtor's use of PUEFC's
cash collateral, PUEFC is granted a valid, perfected and
enforceable continuing supplemental lien and security interest in
all of the assets of the Debtor of any kind or nature whatsoever
within the meaning of section 541 of the Bankruptcy Code, whether
acquired or arising prepetition or postpetition, together with all
proceeds, rents, products, and profits thereof inclusive of all
causes of action of any kind or nature.

The assets subject to the adequate protection liens will all be in
addition to all other rights of PUEFC under the loan documents,
including its liens and security interests in the PUEFC Prepetition
Collateral.  

As additional adequate protection and in consideration for the use
of the cash collateral by the Debtor, PUEFC will have a
super-priority administrative expense claim pursuant to Section
507(b) of the Bankruptcy Code against all assets of the estates.

A copy of the interim court order is available at:

             http://bankrupt.com/misc/alsb17-02668-29.pdf

Greenleaf Bulk Carriers, Inc., is a trucking company in the Mobile
County, Alabama.

The Debtor filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection (Bankr. S.D.
Ala. Case No. 17-02668) on July 17, 2017, estimating its assets and
liabilities at between $1 million and $10 million.  The petition
was signed by Dale Rivers, president.

Judge Jerry C. Oldshue presides over the case.

Robert M. Galloway, Esq., and Willis J. Garrett, Esq., at Galloway,
Wettermark, Everest & Rutens, LLP, serves as the Debtor's
bankruptcy counsel.


GUP'S HILL PLANTATION: Sept. 7 Emergency Hearing on Disclosures
---------------------------------------------------------------
Judge David R. Duncan of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District
of South Carolina will convene an emergency hearing on Sept. 7,
2017, at 10:00 a.m. with regard to the fifth amended disclosure
statement filed by Gup's Hill Plantation, LLC.

Any objection, return or response to the Disclosure Statement shall
be filed on or before the hearing on Sept. 7, 2017.

                       About Gup's Hill

Gup's Hill Plantation, LLC, owns a hotel called the Edgefield Inn,
commercial and residential real estate properties, and timberland
properties.

Gup's Hill Plantation, LLC -- aka Edgefield Inn, LLC and aka
Rainsford Holdings, LLC -- filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D.
S.C. Case No. 15-04386) on Aug. 18, 2015.  The petition was signed
by Bettis C. Rainsford, sole member.

The Hon. David R. Duncan presides over the case.  

Carl F. Muller, Esq., at Carl F. Muller, Attorney At Law, P.A.,
serves as the Debtor's counsel.


HAMILTON ENGINEERING: Taps Whitestar as Financial Advisor
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Hamilton Engineering, Inc. seeks approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the Eastern District of Michigan to hire a financial
advisor.

The Debtor proposes to employ Whitestar Management Consultants,
Inc. to provide these services related to its Chapter 11 case:

     (a) analyze the business, operations, properties,
         financial condition and prospects of the Debtor in
         order to develop alternative strategic approaches,
         which may include restructuring or replacing
         secured and unsecured debt, the sale of assets or
         business, recapitalization through the private
         placement of subordinated debt or equity
         securities, or reorganization;

     (b) advise the Debtor on the timing and probability of
         success for effecting different strategic
         alternatives, and in determining ranges of value
         for different alternatives and their impact on
         stakeholder value and creditor claims;

     (c) assist the Debtor in considering the desirability
         of effecting a transaction, financing or
         reorganization, in structuring terms consistent
         with the Debtor's and the stakeholders' financial
         and strategic objectives, and in negotiating and
         effecting such a transaction;

     (d) assist the Debtor in preparing cash budgets and
         managing cash resources; and

     (e) assist the Debtor in preparing financial
         information to be utilized in discussions with
         senior lenders, landlords and other secured and
         unsecured creditors.

The hourly rates charged by the firm are:

     Laxson Boyd                $350
     Patrick Caracciolo         $350
     Staff Consultants          $250
     Support Staff/Analysts     $175

The Debtor has agreed to pay the firm a retainer in the amount of
$10,000.

Laxson Boyd, president of Whitestar, disclosed in a court filing
that the firm and its employees do not have any interest adverse to
the Debtor's estate, creditors or equity security holders.

Whitestar can be reached through:

     Laxson T. Boyd
     Whitestar Management Consultants, Inc.
     2600 N. Mayfair Road, Suite 1020
     Milwaukee, WI 53226
     Phone: 414-257-1500

                About Hamilton Engineering Inc.

Founded in 1981, Hamilton Engineering is a family-owned, Livonia,
Michigan-based, supplier of specially designed water heating and
building heat applications throughout North and South America.

Hamilton Engineering, Inc. filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. E.D.
Mich. Case No. 17-48381) on June 3, 2017. Shareholder Christina
McIlhenney signed the petition. At the time of the filing, the
Debtor estimated assets of less than $50,000 and liabilities of $1
million to $10 million.

The case is assigned to Judge Maria L. Oxholm.  The Debtor is
represented by Ernest M. Hassan, III, Esq. and Elliot G. Crowder,
Esq., at Stevenson & Bullock, P.L.C.

On June 16, 2017, the Office of the U.S. Trustee appointed an
official committee of unsecured creditors. The Committee hired Kerr
Russell and Weber, PLC, as counsel.


HEBREW HEALTH: Patient Care Ombudsman Files Final Report
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Anne Cahill Kluetsch, the Patient Care Ombudsman for Hebrew Health
Care, Inc., and its affiliates, filed a Final Report before the
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Connecticut, which covers
the period through the Effective Date of the reorganization plan of
the facilities, August 14, 2017.

Since the last reporting, July 14, 2017 the PCO has made on site
visits to the Hospital, Out Patient Clinic, and the Adult Day Care
Center on August 6 and August 16, 2017. During these visits the PCO
has observed Patient care Rounds for the Behavioral Health Unit,
observed therapeutic group activities on BHU, attended the Patient
care rounds that are conducted daily on the Medical Health Unit,
reviewed with the internal compliance monitoring team the Action
Plan for assessment and improvement that the facility has developed
and acting on. The plan includes review of systems: staffing,
infection prevention and control, quality performance planning,
education and training, admission and discharge planning, pharmacy
services and medical practice reviews.

The PCO has had discussions with the VP of Development, the board
President, and CEO about the going forward planning, and learned
that the biggest challenge continues to be census. The PCO notes
that the board and the VP of Development and Marketing have
initiated activities and plans to work on enhancing census
beginning with community awareness.

Hebrew Healthcare announced that the Plan of Reorganization has
been confirmed by the bankruptcy court. Hebrew Healthcare has
determined that with the reorganization a name change is in order
and from now on will be known as Hebrew Senior Care. The
restructuring enables Hebrew Senior Care to operate the service
lines: hospital (MHU and BHU), geriatric physician practice
including dementia services, senior day care and assisted living
services.

At this time the PCO observes that there is a healthy transition
with oversight of the Action Plan without the necessity of the
external Compliance officer. The PCO notes that the Internal
Corporate Compliance Officer is willing to manage the oversight
with the support of the Director of Quality, the Hospital
Administrator/Director of Clinical Services.

The PCO finds that there continues to be a staff which displays an
attitude of respect in care as it is delivered with a kind and
competent manner. The PCO also observes that there is the initial
process to keep effective daily rounds for safety and Infection
prevention/ control, and attention to patient and family concerns.

The PCO also finds that there is appropriate staffing in place
based on a review of census and acuity, as well as a process and a
focus on review of regulatory compliance and survey readiness.

The PCO has assessed that there is a board of directors and a
leadership team working together to ensure the delivery of safe
care and quality services. The organization continues to
operationalize structure and processes for self-improvement. The
PCO observations continue to indicate that care and essential
services are being maintained safely and effectively with internal
self-monitoring systems established and an active board reporting.

A full-text copy of the Final Report dated August 22, 2017 is
available for free at https://is.gd/qAMy3F

                 About Hebrew Health Care, Inc.

Hebrew Health Care, Inc. provides management, human resources and
payroll services to its three subsidiaries Hebrew Life Choices
Inc., Hebrew Community Services Inc., and Hebrew Home and Hospital,
Incorporated. The three provides rehabilitation services.

The Debtors filed Chapter 11 petitions (Bankr. D. Conn. Case Nos.
16-21311, 16-21312, 16-21313, and 16-21314, respectively) on Aug.
15, 2016. The petitions were signed by Bonnie Gauthier, CEO. Their
cases are assigned to Judge Ann M. Nevins.

At the time of the filing, Hebrew Health Care estimated assets at
$1 million to $10 million and liabilities at $100,000 to $500,000;
Hebrew Life Choices estimated assets at $10 million to $50 million
and liabilities at $10 million to $50 million; Hebrew Community
Services estimated assets at $500,000 to $1 million and liabilities
at $100,000 to $500,000; and Hebrew Home and Hospital estimated
assets at $1 million to $10 million and liabilities at $10 million
to $50 million.

The Debtors are represented by Elizabeth J. Austin, Esq., at
Pullman and Comley, LLC. Altman and Company, LLC and Marcum, LLP
serve as financial advisor and auditor, respectively. Kroll
McNamara Evans & Delehanty LLP has been tapped to perform
collection services. Zangari Cohn Cuthbertson Duhl & Grello P.C.
has been tapped to replace Siegel O'Connor O'Donnell Beck P.C. as
labor counsel.

On August 30, 2016, the U.S. Trustee for Region 2 appointed an
official committee of unsecured creditors. The committee hired
Zeisler & Zeisler, P.C. as its legal counsel and EisnerAmper LLP as
its financial advisor.

Anne Cahill Kluetsch, director and senior consultant of Kluetsch &
Associates, LLC, was appointed as patient care ombudsman. Ms.
Kluetsch is represented by Coan, Lewendon, Gulliver & Miltenberger,
LLC.


HERON THERAPEUTICS: Capital Requirements Casts Going Concern Doubt
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Heron Therapeutics, Inc., filed its quarterly report on Form 10-Q,
disclosing a net loss of $42.80 million on $8.51 million of
revenues for the three months ended June 30, 2017, compared with a
net loss of $43.23 million on $nil of revenues for the same period
in 2016.  

For the six months ended June 30, 2017, the Company listed a net
loss of $93.13 million on $12.14 million of revenues, compared to a
net loss of $76.67 million on $nil of revenues for the same period
in the prior year.

The Company's balance sheet at June 30, 2017, showed $142.37
million in total assets, $73.29 million in total liabilities, and a
stockholders' equity of $69.07 million.

As of June 30, 2017, the Company's accumulated deficit was $679.1
million, and it had $109.3 million in cash, cash equivalents and
short-term investments.  The Company expects to satisfy its future
cash needs through public or private equity offerings, debt
financings, strategic collaborations and licensing arrangements, or
other sources of financing.  The Company cannot be certain that
additional funding will be available to them on acceptable terms,
or at all.  The Company's ability to obtain new financing may be
constrained by its failure to achieve significant business
objectives, covenants applicable to its Senior Secured Convertible
Notes and Subordinated Secured Promissory Note, and numerous other
factors. These factors, among others, raise substantial doubt about
the Company's ability to continue as a going concern within one
year from the date this Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q is filed with
the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC").

A copy of the Form 10-Q is available at:

                        https://is.gd/Gyezvx

Headquartered in San Diego, Calif., Heron Therapeutics, Inc., is a
biotechnology company engaged in developing pharmaceutical products
for patients suffering from cancer or pain.  The Company's product
candidates include SUSTOL, HTX-019 and HTX-011.  All of its product
candidates utilize science and technology platforms, including its
Biochronomer drug delivery technology.


HI-LO FARMS: Caterpillar's Civil Action Administratively Closed
---------------------------------------------------------------
Magistrate Judge John C. Gargiulo of the U.S. District Court for
the Southern District of Mississippi grants Plaintiff Caterpillar
Financial Services Corporation's motion to stay proceedings and
administratively close the case captioned CATERPILLAR FINANCIAL
SERVICES CORPORATION, Plaintiff, v. HI-LO FARMS, INC. and MARTHA
COLE, Defendants, Civil Action No. 1:17-cv-222-HSO-JCG (S.D.
Miss.).

Plaintiff sought to have the instant case stayed and
administratively closed "to avoid any argument that it has violated
or is violating the automatic stay" in the bankruptcy court.

The District Court finds that there appears to be no further reason
to maintain the file as an open one for statistical purposes. The
case is, therefore, stayed pending the bankruptcy action. Plaintiff
is directed to move to lift the stay and reopen the case when the
bankruptcy action is concluded, so that appropriate action may be
taken in this case.

A copy of Magistrate Judge Gargiulo's Order dated August 29, 2017,
is available at https://is.gd/yjJot3 from Leagle.com.

Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation, Plaintiff, represented
by Dean Sterling Kidd --skid@bakerdonelson -- BAKER, DONELSON,
BEARMAN, CALDWELL & BERKOWITZ, PC.

                 About Hi-Lo Farms Inc.

Hi-Lo Farms, Inc. is a privately-held company in Gulfport,
Mississippi, which is engaged in farming.  The Debtor sought
protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. S.D.
Miss. Case No. 17-51239) on June 23, 2017.  Martha L. Cole,
president, signed the petition.  At the time of the filing, the
Debtor disclosed that it had estimated assets and liabilities of $1
million to $10 million.  Judge Katharine M. Samson presides over
the case.


HOAG URGENT: Taps Keen-Summit as Investment Banker
--------------------------------------------------
Hoag Urgent Care-Tustin Inc. seeks approval from the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California to hire an
investment banker.

In a court filing, Hoag Urgent proposes to employ Keen-Summit
Capital Partners LLC to provide these services to the company and
its affiliates related to their Chapter 11 cases:

     (1) review documents related to marketing or sale the
         Debtors or their assets;

     (2) work with the Debtors and their financial advisors  
         to develop due diligence materials, an offering
         memorandum, and a data room, and develop and  
         implement a marketing plan in conjunction with the
         Debtors;

     (3) solicit offers and advise the Debtors with respect
         to any transaction, and assist them in negotiating
         and implementing the terms of a proposed
         transaction.

     (4) run any auction or overbid process in accordance
         with court-approved bidding procedures.

     (5) communicate with the Debtors and their
         professionals and advisors regularly regarding the
         status of the firm's efforts.

     (6) work with the Debtors' counsel and other
         professionals to implement transactions and advise
         them with respect to the review of documents or
         assist in resolving problems that may arise related
         to a proposed transaction.

The transaction fees will be 5% of the gross proceeds of any
transaction, unless it is closed with one of two prior prospects
identified by the Debtors, in which case Keen-Summit will receive
3%, rather than 5%, of gross proceeds.

The firm will also be paid a $30,000 advisory fee up-front to be
credited against any transaction fee.

Matthew Bordwin, managing director of Keen-Summit, disclosed in a
court filing that his firm is a "disinterested person" as defined
in section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code.

The firm can be reached through:

     Matthew Bordwin
     Keen-Summit Capital Partners LLC
     1460 Broadway
     New York, NY 10036
     Tel: (646) 381-9201
     Email: hbordwin@Keen-Summit.com

               About Hoag Urgent Care-Tustin Inc.

Newport Beach, California-based Hoag Urgent Care-Tustin, Inc. and
its affiliates filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy petitions (Bankr. C.D.
Cal. Case No. 17-13077) on Aug. 2, 2017.  The petitions were signed
by Dr. Robert C. Amster, president.

The Debtors disclosed that they had estimated assets and
liabilities of $1 million to $10 million.

Judge Theodor Albert presides over the cases.  Michael T. Delaney,
Esq., and Ashley M McDow, Esq., at Baker & Hostetler LLP, serve as
bankruptcy counsel for the Debtors.


HOLBROOK DEVELOPMENT: Disallowance of Worker's Claim Reversed
-------------------------------------------------------------
Sonam Gyalpo appeals from the Bankruptcy Court's ruling in which it
disallowed his claim for unpaid wages in the amount of $25,161.21
against debtor Holbrook Development Corp.

In particular, Gyalpo challenges the legal standard applied by the
Bankruptcy Court to determine that he was not an "employee" of the
debtor.  The appellant also contends that a remand is warranted to
consider new evidence that appellant has uncovered in a separate
litigation against debtor in which its owner and general manager
purportedly contradict the debtor's position before the Bankruptcy
Court.

Judge Bianco rules, under de novo review, that the Bankruptcy Court
did not apply the correct legal standard in determining that
appellant was not an employee of the debtor. Therefore, its order
is reversed and the case is remanded for further proceedings
consistent with this Memorandum and Order.

In the absence of any guidance from the Second Circuit regarding
the applicable standard for analyzing the legal issues in the
context of a bankruptcy proceeding, it appears that the Bankruptcy
Court applied general, common law agency principles to determine
whether appellant was an "employee" of the debtor. However, this
Court concludes that the Bankruptcy Court should apply the
applicable standards utilized under the Fair Labor Standards Act
and the New York Labor Law, including the rules regarding the
burden of proof under those statutory frameworks, in deciding
appellant's claim. Thus, the Court remands to the Bankruptcy Court
to apply that legal standard to the facts and, on remand, the
Bankruptcy Court should also consider any new evidence on this
issue presented by the appellant.

The appeals case is SONAM GYALPO, Appellant, v. HOLBROOK
DEVELOPMENT CORP., Appellee, No. 15-cv-5664 (SJF)(GRB) (E.D.N.Y)

A full-text copy of Judge Bianco's Memorandum and Order dated
August 29, is available at https://is.gd/DY66ip from Leagle.com.

Sonam Gyalpo, Appellant, represented by Holly Meredith Martin --
holly.martin@kayescholer.com Kaye -- Scholer LLP.

Sonam Gyalpo, Appellant, represented by Kara Eileen Neaton --
kara.neaton@kayescholer.com -- Kaye Scholer LLP, Richard Elliot
Blum, The Legal Aid Society & Scott David Talmadge --
scott.talmadge@kayescholer.com -- Kaye Scholer LLP.

Holbrook Development Corp., Appellee, represented by Michael J.
Macco -- mmacco@maccosternlaw.com  -- Macco & Stern LLP & Richard
L. Stern -- rstern@maccosternlaw.com -- Macco & Stern LLP.

United States Trustee, Appellee, represented by Christine Black,
Office of the U.S. Trustee.

Holbrook Development Corp. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
protection (Bankr. E.D.N.Y Case No. 8-14-75671) on Dec. 24, 2014.


HOLSTED MARKETING: Disclosures OK'd; Plan Hearing on Sept. 26
-------------------------------------------------------------
The Hon. James L. Garrity, Jr., of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for
the Southern District of New York has approved Holsted Marketing,
Inc.'s disclosure statement dated dated as of June 30, 2017,
referring to the Debtor's plan of reorganization dated June 30,
2017.

The plan confirmation hearing is scheduled for Sept. 26, 2017, at
10:00 a.m. (Eastern Standard Time).

Objections to the confirmation of the Plan must be filed by Sept.
19, 2017, at 4:00 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time).

Replies to objections to confirmation of the Plan must be filed by
Sept. 22, 2017, at 4:00 p.m.

To be counted as votes to accept or reject the Plan, all ballots
must be submitted by 4:00 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time) on Sept. 19,
2017.

As reported by the Troubled Company Reporter on July 19, 2017, the
Debtor filed with the Court a disclosure statement for their plan
of reorganization, dated June 30, 2017.  The Plan provides for the
reorganization of the Debtor by the use of the Exit Facility, which
will provide the necessary cash to fund the Effective Date Payment.
From the Effective Date, Payment, the Debtor will pay the DIP
obligations, Administrative Expenses, Priority Claims and the
$100,000 payment to the Unsecured Creditor Fund.

                     About Holsted Marketing

Founded in 1971, Holsted Marketing, Inc., a New York-based
multi-channel direct-marketing company, has supplied fashion
jewelry and accessories to millions of customers in the United
States, Canada and the United Kingdom.

Holsted Marketing filed its second Chapter 11 petition (Bankr.
S.D.N.Y. Case No. 16-11683) on June 8, 2016.  The petition was
signed by Roy Rathbun, senior vice president of finance and IT.
The case is assigned to Judge James L. Garrity, Jr.  The Debtor
estimated assets and liabilities at $1 million to $10 million at
the time of the filing.
  
The Debtor hired Leonard Harris, CPA, as accountant.

The Office of the U.S. Trustee appointed an official committee of
unsecured creditors in the case.  The committee retained Troutman
Sanders, LLP, as counsel.


HOOPER HOLMES: YTD New Contracts Rise to $13.6M in Annualized Value
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Hooper Holmes, Inc., announced new sales wins and increased access
to capital as the Company heads into its high demand and
historically strong performing third and fourth quarters.

"We continue to see robust demand for our services.  In the past
three weeks, we have added new customers with contracts with an
annual value of $1.7 million, bringing the total annual value of
contracts won year-to-date to $13.6 million.  Our sales success
helps bolster our confidence in our performance for both 2017 and
2018.  We continue to project at least $54 million in revenue and
$3 million in adjusted EBITDA for the last nine months of 2017.  In
addition, we are ahead of plan on achieving $7 million in
annualized synergy savings from our recent merger with Provant
Health Solutions," said Henry E. Dubois, chief executive officer of
Hooper Holmes.

To provide flexibility and control of access to capital, Hooper
Holmes has entered into common stock purchase agreement and
registration rights agreements with Lincoln Park Capital Fund LLC
(LPC), a long-only Chicago-based institutional investor and
existing shareholder in the Company.  Pursuant to the Agreements,
the Company has the right, at its sole discretion, to sell LPC up
to $10 million of equity over a 36-month period.

Mr. Dubois continued, "This commitment creates optionality that
could improve our ability to serve new and existing customers as we
expand our revenue base.  While we believe our current business
plan provides sufficient liquidity under our projections, the
flexibility gained by this transaction will benefit our Company and
our shareholders alike."

According to the terms of the Agreements and following the
effectiveness of a related registration statement, the Company will
control the timing of any future investment and LPC will be
obligated to make purchases at a purchase price based on the
prevailing market prices of the Company's shares at the time of
each sale by Hooper to LPC.  In consideration for entering into the
Agreements and committing to fund up to $10.0 million, the Company
has issued shares of the Company's common stock to LPC as a
commitment fee.

                About Lincoln Park Capital Fund

Lincoln Park Capital Fund, LLC, is an institutional investor
headquartered in Chicago, Illinois.  LPC's experienced
professionals manage a portfolio of investments in public and
private entities.  These investments are in a wide range of
companies and industries emphasizing life sciences, specialty
financing, energy and technology.  LPC's investments range from
multiyear financial commitments to fund growth to special situation
financings to long-term strategic capital offering companies
certainty, flexibility and consistency.

                      About Hooper Holmes

Hooper Holmes, Inc., provides health risk assessment services and
wellness as well as health improvement services with its
acquisition of Accountable Health Solutions, Inc. (AHS).  The
Olathe, Kansas-based Company provides these services to individuals
as part of health and wellness programs offered through corporate
and government employers, and to clinical research organizations.

Hooper Holmes reported a net loss of $10.32 million on $34.27
million of revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016, compared to a
net loss of $10.87 million on $32.11 million of revenues for the
year ended Dec. 31, 2015.

As of June 30, 2017, Hooper Holmes had $31.89 million in total
assets, $31.91 million in total liabilities and a total
stockholders' deficit of $25,000.

Mayer Hoffman McCann P.C., in Kansas City, Missouri, issued a
"going concern" qualification on the consolidated financial
statements for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016, citing that the
Company has suffered recurring losses from operations, negative
cash flows from operations and other related liquidity concerns,
which raises substantial doubt about the Company's ability to
continue as a going concern.


INCA REFINING: White Oak Entities to Provide DIP Financing
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INCA Refining, LLC, and West Bank Land Company, LLC, ask the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana for
permission to incur postpetition financing by White Oak Strategic
Master Fund, L.P., White Oak Opportunity SRV, L.P., and White Oak
Strategic II SRV, L.P.

The White Oak Entities, who own the majority of membership
interests in each of the Debtors and have creditor claims claims
against each of the Debtors in excess of $102 million secured by a
third mortgage on the real estate in St. James Parish, Louisiana,
will pay directly all administrative expenses of the Debtors.  The
payment of these expenses will be considered loans by the White Oak
Entities to the Debtors entitled to administrative expense
priority.  The White Oak Entities will be entitled to seek
reimbursement of the expenses that they pay directly upon creation
of a liquid estate in these cases and upon filing an application
for the reimbursement.

Prior to and ever since the filing of these cases, neither of the
Debtors has had any liquid assets to pay administrative expenses in
these cases.  The Debtors have determined that the only way to fund
these administrative expenses is pursuant to loans by the White Oak
Entities by the White Oak Entities paying directly for these
expenses.  The Debtors say they do not have the ability to obtain
such a loan from any other source because the White Oak Entities
will not be repaid these loans unless a liquid estate is created in
these cases, and no other creditors would be willing to make the
loans on such terms.

The Debtors say that the direct payment of expenses of the Debtors
as loans to the Debtors will fund the administrative expenses
necessary to prosecute these cases and will preserve the value of
estate assets of the estates of each of the Debtors.

A copy of the Debtors' motion is available at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/laeb17-11182-72.pdf

                      About INCA Refining

An involuntary Chapter 11 petition was filed against INCA Refining,
LLC and West Bank Land Company LLC (Bankr. E.D. La. Case No.
17-11182 and 17-11183) on May 9, 2017.  The petitioning creditors
were White Oak Strategic Master Fund, L.P., and related entities.

The case is assigned to Judge Jerry A. Brown.

Motions by the White Oak Entities to appoint a Chapter 11 trustee
in each case, after hearing on Aug. 2, 2017, were denied, and
orders denying those motions were entered in each case on Aug. 4,
2017.  

Pursuant to orders for relief, the Debtors are and have been
debtors-in-possession with control over administration of their
estates pursuant to 11 U.S.C. Sec. 1107.

The White Oak Entities own the majority of the membership interests
in each of the Debtors, control the majority of managers of the
Board, and have creditor claims against each of the Debtors in
excess of $102 million secured by a third mortgage on the real
estate in St. James Parish, Louisiana.


INNOVOSCIENCES LLC: Taps Gettry Marcus as Accountant
----------------------------------------------------
InnovoSciences LLC seeks approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
for the District of Connecticut to hire an accountant.

The Debtor proposes to employ Gettry Marcus CPA, P.C. to, among
other things, prepare its tax returns and give advice on financial
and tax-related matters.

The hourly rates charged by the firm are:

     Senior Accountants/CPA     $275 - $495
     Staff Accountants          $150 - $240
     Support Staff              $125 - $150

Peter Marx, a certified public accountant employed with Gettry
Marcus, disclosed in a court filing that he and other employees of
the firm are "disinterested" as defined in section 101(14) of the
Bankruptcy Code.

The firm can be reached through:

     Peter S. Marx
     Gettry Marcus CPA, P.C.
     1407 Broadway, 40th Floor
     New York, NY 10018
     Tel: 212-302-6000
     Email: info@gettrymarcus.com

                     About InnovoSciences LLC

InnovoSciences LLC -- http://www.innovosci.com/-- is a privately
held company committed to solving problems in healthcare through
innovation.  Its core focus is on the development of technologies
in the field of aerosol generation and surgical instruments.  It is
a small business Debtor as defined in 11 U.S.C. Section 101(51D).

The Debtor sought protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy
Code (Bankr. D. Conn. Case No. 17-50946) on August 3, 2017.
Michael Breede, managing member, signed the petition.  At the time
of the filing, the Debtor disclosed $98,241 in assets and $2.52
million in liabilities.

Judge Julie A. Manning presides over the case.  Attorney Joseph J.
D'Agostino, Jr., LLC represents the Debtor as bankruptcy counsel.


INSEEGO CORP: Recurring Losses Raise Going Concern Doubt
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Inseego Corp., filed its quarterly report on Form 10-Q, disclosing
a net loss of $12.04 million on $59.91 million of total net
revenues for the three months ended June 30, 2017, compared with a
net loss of $2.69 million on $62.81 million of total net revenues
for the same period in 2016.  

For the six months ended June 30, 2017, the Company listed a net
loss of $28.15 million on $115.30 million of total net revenues,
compared to a net loss of $14.59 million on $129.75 million of
total net revenues for the same period in the prior year.

The Company's balance sheet at June 30, 2017, showed $161.50
million in total assets, $196.61 million in total liabilities, and
a stockholders' deficit of $35.10 million.

For the three months ended June 30, 2017 and 2016, the Company
incurred a net loss of $12.0 million and $2.7 million,
respectively.  The Company has a history of operating and net
losses and overall usage of cash from operating and investing
activities.  In June 2017, the Company terminated the proposed sale
of its MiFi Business due to delays and uncertainty in securing
approval of the sale from the Committee on Foreign Investment in
the United States ("CFIUS").  The Company also announced in June
2017 another round of expense cuts to help it achieve profitability
and positive cash flow in the near term.  The Company's ability to
transition to attaining profitable operations is dependent upon
achieving a level and mix of revenues adequate to support its
declining cost structure.  If events or circumstances occur such
that the Company does not meet its operating plan as expected, the
Company may be required to reduce planned research and development
activities, incur additional restructuring charges or reduce other
operating expenses which could have an adverse impact on its
ability to achieve its intended business objectives.  The Company's
management believes that its cash and cash equivalents, together
with anticipated cash flows from operations, will not be sufficient
to meet its working capital needs, including repayment of the Term
Loan on May 8, 2018, for the next twelve months following the
filing date of this report without additional sources of cash.
These conditions raise substantial doubt about the Company's
ability to continue as a going concern.  

A copy of the Form 10-Q is available at:

                        https://is.gd/qg8ojl

Inseego Corp., formerly Novatel Wireless, Inc., is a provider of
software-as-a-service (SaaS) and solutions for the Internet of
Things (IoT).  The Company offers a range of products, including
mobile hotspots, universal serial bus (USB) modems, embedded
modules, integrated asset-management and mobile tracking
machine-to-machine (M2M) devices, communications and applications
software and cloud services.  The Company sells its telematics
solutions under the Ctrack brand, including its fleet management,
asset tracking and monitoring, stolen vehicle recovery, and
usage-based insurance platforms.  The Company is headquartered in
San Diego, California.



IPASS INC: Limited Liquidity Raises Going Concern Doubt
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iPass Inc. filed its quarterly report on Form 10-Q, disclosing a
net loss of $5.27 million on $13.47 million of revenue for the
three months ended June 30, 2017, compared with a net loss of $1.38
million on $16.50 million of revenue for the same period in 2016.


For the six months ended June 30, 2017, the Company listed a net
loss of $9.58 million on $27.76 million of revenue, compared to a
net loss of $5.11 million on $31.23 million of revenue for the same
period in the prior year.

The Company's balance sheet at June 30, 2017, showed $24.25 million
in total assets, $14.25 million in total liabilities, and a
stockholders' equity of $10.00 million.

The Company's history of losses, limited liquidity and other
factors raise substantial doubt about the Company's ability to
continue as a going concern.  In order for the Company to continue
operations beyond the next twelve months and be able to discharge
its liabilities and commitments in the normal course of business it
may need to raise additional capital or implement additional cost
cutting measures.

A copy of the Form 10-Q is available at:

                        https://is.gd/Sj7a4d

Redwood Shores, Calif.-based iPass Inc. is a provider of global
mobile connectivity, offering simple, secure, always-on Wi-Fi
access on any mobile device.  Built on a software-as-a-service
("SaaS") platform, the iPass cloud-based service keeps its
customers connected by providing unlimited Wi-Fi connectivity on
unlimited devices.  iPass is the world's largest Wi-Fi network,
with more than 60 million hotspots in more than 120 countries, at
airports, hotels, train stations, convention centers, outdoor
venues, inflight, and more.


JENKINS NO. 1: Case Summary & 19 Largest Unsecured Creditors
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Debtor: Jenkins No. 1, LLC
        2601 Ridgmar Plaza, Suite 201
        Fort Worth, TX 76116-2686

Case No.: 17-33411

Type of Business: Jenkins No. 1, LLC, filed as a Domestic Limited
                  Liability Company in the State of Texas on June
                  9, 2016, according to public records filed with
                  Texas Secretary of State.

Chapter 11 Petition Date: September 4, 2017

Court: United States Bankruptcy Court
       Northern District of Texas (Dallas)

Judge: Hon. Stacey G. Jernigan

Debtor's Counsel: Charles Brackett Hendricks
                  CAVAZOS HENDRICKS POIROT & SMITHAM, P.C.
                  900 Jackson St., Suite 570
                  Dallas, TX 75202
                  Tel: (214) 573-7302
                  Fax: (214) 573-7399
                  E-mail: chuckh@chfirm.com

Estimated Assets: $1 million to $10 million

Estimated Liabilities: $500,000 to $1 million

The petition was signed by Curtis Overstreet, manager.

The Debtor's list of 19 largest unsecured creditors is available
for free at http://bankrupt.com/misc/txnb17-33411.pdf


JMB/245 Park: Net Capital Deficiency Raises Going Concern Doubt
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JMB/245 Park Avenue Associates, Ltd., filed its quarterly report on
Form 10-Q, disclosing a net income of $11,226,018 on $11,342,371 of
total income for the three months ended June 30, 2017, compared
with a net income of $6,980 on $94,637 of total income for the same
period in 2016.  

For the six months ended June 30, 2017, the Company listed a net
income of $11,167,010 on $11,435,979 of total income, compared to a
net loss of $72,048 on $185,159 of total income for the same period
in the prior year.

The Company's balance sheet at June 30, 2017, showed $2,258,935 in
total assets, $245,616 in total liabilities, and a stockholders'
equity of $2,013,319.

The Partnership discontinued the application of the equity method
of accounting, recorded its investment at zero, and no longer
recognizes its share of earnings or losses from BFP, LP or BFP/JMB,
because the Partnership has no future funding obligations to BFP,
LP or BFP/JMB, and has no influence or control over the day-to-day
affairs of BFP, LP or BFP/JMB.

Before the sale of the property, the Partnership's future liquidity
and ability to continue as a going concern was dependent upon JMB
for continued advances and the receipt of the cumulative annual
preferred return on the Class J shares of BFP/JMB.  JMB's advances,
as well as consolidated balances from prior notes, were evidenced
by a demand note, dated December 1, 2004, which Demand Note was
secured by the Partnership's indirect interest in BFP/JMB.  JMB was
under no obligation to make further advances and has the right to
require repayment of the Demand Note together with accrued and
unpaid interest at any time.  This uncertainty and the fact that
the Partnership has a net capital deficiency raised substantial
doubt about the Partnership's ability to continue as a going
concern.

A copy of the Form 10-Q is available at:

                        https://is.gd/eqmzLX

JMB/245 Park Avenue Associates, Ltd., through its subsidiary, JMB
245 Park Avenue Holding Company, LLC, owns 0.5% general partner
interest in Brookfield Financial Properties, L.P. that holds
investments in an office building.  The company is involved in the
rental of properties to various commercial companies; and the sale
or disposition of such real estate properties.  JMB Park Avenue,
Inc., serves as the general partner of the partnership.  The
company was founded in 1983 and is based in Chicago.


K&J LANDSCAPE: Gets Court Approval of Chapter 11 Plan
-----------------------------------------------------
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey approved
the Chapter 11 plan proposed by K&J Landscape Management, Inc.

The court gave the thumbs-up to the plan after finding that it
satisfied the requirements for confirmation under section 1129 of
the Bankruptcy Code.

In the same filing, the court also gave final approval to the
disclosure statement, which explains the plan.  The disclosure
statement was conditionally approved on April 4.

                       About K&J Landscape

K&J Maintenance is a fully insured, licensed business in New
Jersey, a member of the Professional Landscape Alliance, and a
certified hardscape installer from Interlocking Concrete Pavement
Institute.

The Debtor is a family-owned business operating for over 20 years.
It focuses on delivering personal service to residential and
commercial customers.

The Debtor filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D.N.J. Case No.
16-27235) on September 8, 2016, represented by John F. Bracaglia,
Jr., Esq., at Mauro, Savo, Camerino, Grant & Schalk.

On March 13, 2017, the Debtor filed a Chapter 11 plan and
disclosure statement.


KATY INDUSTRIES: Retirees' Committee Taps WCSR as Legal Counsel
---------------------------------------------------------------
The committee representing retired workers of Katy Industries, Inc.
seeks approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Delaware to hire
legal counsel.

The committee proposes to employ Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice,
LLP to provide legal advice regarding its duties under the
Bankruptcy Code; analyze any proposal to modify or eliminate
retirement benefits; and give advice regarding any bankruptcy plan
proposed for Katy Industries and its affiliates.

The hourly rates charged by the firm are:

     Partners           $320 - $775
     Of Counsel         $225 - $770
     Senior Counsel     $125 - $550
     Counsel            $100 - $545
     Associates         $220 - $495
     Paralegals          $50 - $395

Womble Carlyle does not hold or represent any interest adverse to
the Debtors, according to court filings.

The firm can be reached through:

     Kevin Mangan, Esq.
     Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, LLP
     222 Delaware Avenue, Suite 1501
     Wilmington, DE 19801
     Phone: (302) 252-4361 / (302) 252-4320
     Fax: (302) 661-7729 / (302) 252-4330
     Email: kmangan@wcsr.com
     Email: hsasso@wcsr.com

                    About Katy Industries

Katy Industries, Inc. -- http://www.katyindustries.com/-- a
publicly traded Delaware corporation, and its wholly-owned direct
and indirect subsidiaries ("Company"), were organized as a Delaware
corporation in 1967.  The Company is a well-known manufacturer,
importer, and distributor of commercial cleaning and consumer
storage products as well as a contract manufacturer of structural
foam products.  It distributes its products across the United
States and Canada.   It is best known for such brands as
Continental, Huskee, Color Guard, Wilen, Muscle Mop, Contico,
Tuffbin, and SilverWolf, among many others.

The Company operates three manufacturing facilities located in
Jefferson City, Missouri, Tiffin, Ohio, and Fort Wayne, Indiana,
with its corporate headquarters located in St. Louis, Missouri.

Katy Industries, Inc., and its affiliates filed a voluntary
petition for relief under the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Del. Lead
Case No. 17-11101) on May 14, 2017.  The petitions were signed by
Lawrence Perkins, chief restructuring officer.

Katy Industries disclosed $821,321 in assets and $58,421,346 in
liabilities.

Stuart M. Brown, Esq., at DLA Piper LLP (US) represent the Debtors
as bankruptcy counsel.  The Debtors hired JND Corporate
Restructuring as their claims and noticing agent.

On July 31, 2017, the Office of the U.S. Trustee formed a committee
of retirees.


KEVEN McKENNA: 1st Cir. Affirms Bar of Rooker-Feldman Suit
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Keven A. McKenna was suspended from practicing law for one year by
the Rhode Island Supreme Court.  He subsequently filed a federal
suit against 23 judicial officers and administrators who had
participated in his disciplinary proceedings, seeking, among other
things, reinstatement of his license and money damages. McKenna
alleged that by revoking his license, the defendants violated the
principle of separation of powers under the Rhode Island
Constitution, and infringed upon his First, Seventh, and Fourteenth
Amendment rights under the U.S. Constitution. The district court
dismissed all of McKenna's claims, primarily on the grounds that
the Rooker-Feldman doctrine bars this suit.

The U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit, affirms the decision of
the district court.

The Rooker-Feldman doctrine, which is derived from two U.S. Supreme
Court cases prevents "lower federal courts . . . from exercising
appellate jurisdiction over final state-court judgments."

McKenna's only rejoinder -- that the Rooker-Feldman doctrine does
not apply here because his suspension hearings did not constitute a
judicial proceeding -- is plainly contradicted by Feldman itself.
There, the U.S. Supreme Court held that proceedings in the District
of Columbia Court of Appeals surrounding Feldman's petition to be
admitted to the District's bar, without sitting for the exam, was
judicial in nature.

Application of the Rooker-Feldman doctrine is particularly
appropriate here because McKenna's separation of powers claim is
based on an interpretation of the Rhode Island Constitution. And in
this case, the Rhode Island Supreme Court -- the ultimate arbiter
of the meaning of that constitution -- itself expressly dismissed
McKenna's constitutional challenge.

The district correctly held that McKenna's suit is barred by the
Rooker-Feldman doctrine. Accordingly, the First Circuit affirms the
dismissal of McKenna's claims.

The case is KEVEN A. McKENNA, Plaintiff, Appellant, v. DAVID
CURTIN; LAURA A. PISATURO; JOHN SHEKARCHI; MARIA BUCCI; DAVID
CAPRIO; RICHARD S. HUMPHREY; MATTHEW F. CALLAGHAN; FRANK CONNOR;
ANTHONY F. AMALFETANO; JOHN MORAN; PAUL TAVARES; DANIEL EGAN;
WILLIAM RAMPONE; PAUL A. SUTTELL; MAUREEN McKENNA GOLDBERG; WILLIAM
P. ROBINSON, III; FRANCIS X. FLAHERTY; GILBERT V. INDEGLIA; DEBRA
SAUNDERS; WILLIAM SMITH; SCOTT R. JENSEN; MARC DESISTO, Defendants,
Appellees, HELEN McDONALD, Defendant, No. 17-1006 (1st Cir.).

A full-text copy of the First Circuit's Decision dated August 25,
2017, is available at https://is.gd/1CS1RS from Leagle.com.

Keven A. McKenna on brief pro se.

Michael W. Field, Assistant Attorney General of Rhode Island, and
Peter F. Kilmartin, Attorney General of Rhode Island, on brief for
appellees.

                   About Keven A. McKenna

Keven A. McKenna P.C. filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition for
his law firm (Bankr. D. R.I. Case No. 10-10256) on Jan. 25, 2010,
and for himself (Bankr. D. R.I. Case No. 10-10274) the next day.
Mr. McKenna disclosed $751,000 in assets and $45,700 in liabilities
in his bankruptcy petition.  His firm estimated debts between
$100,000 and $500,000.

At the behest of the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors, the
Bankruptcy Court on Nov. 18, 2010, appointed Providence bankruptcy
lawyer Thomas P. Quinn as Chapter 11 trustee of McKenna PC to take
over management of the law firm.  Chief District Judge Mary M. Lisi
affirmed the Chapter 11 trustee appointment order in a May 31, 2011
Memorandum and Order.

On May 4, 2011, the U.S. Trustee's Motion to Convert the individual
case to Chapter 7 was granted, for cause, on the ground that Mr.
McKenna failed to meet the requirements of 11 U.S.C. Sections
1121(e) and 1129(e), i.e., filing a confirmable reorganization plan
within the applicable time limits.  Lisa A. Geremia, Esq., was
appointed Chapter 7 Trustee.


LAYFIELD & BARRETT: Trustee Taps Pachulski Stang as Legal Counsel
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The Chapter 11 trustee for Layfield & Barrett, APC seeks approval
from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of
California to hire his own firm as legal counsel.

Richard Pachulski, the bankruptcy trustee, proposes to employ
Pachulski Stang Ziehl & Jones LLP to, among other things, give
legal advice regarding the requirements under the Bankruptcy Code;
investigate fraudulent transfers; and represent him in any
potential sale of the Debtor's assets.

The attorneys who are expected to provide the services and their
hourly rates are:

     Ira Kharasch         $1,025
     Debra Grassgreen       $975
     Malhar Pagay           $750

The hourly rate for paralegals assigned to the case is $350.

Malhar Pagay, Esq., disclosed in a court filing that the firm is a
"disinterested person" as defined in section 101(14) of the
Bankruptcy Code.

Pachulski can be reached through:

     Malhar S. Pagay, Esq.
     Pachulski Stang Ziehl & Jones LLP
     10100 Santa Monica Blvd., 13th Floor
     Los Angeles, California 90067
     Tel: (310) 277-6910
     Fax: (310) 201-0760

                  About Layfield & Barrett APC

Certain creditors of Layfield & Barrett, APC filed an involuntary
Chapter 7 case on August 3, 2017.  The Debtor moved for conversion
of the case to one under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code.  On
August 11, 2017, the case was converted to a Chapter 11 case
(Bankr. C.D. Calif. Case No. 17-19548).

Judge Neil W. Bason presides over the case.  Havkin & Shrago,
Attorneys at Law represents the Debtor as bankruptcy counsel.


LEHMAN BROTHERS: LPTSI and LUK, Now Solvent, File Chapter 11 Cases
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The administrators of what's left of defunct investment bank Lehman
Brothers Holdings Inc., commenced on Aug. 31, 2017, chapter 11
cases for two Lehman entities that have ongoing operations, namely
Lehman Brothers U.K. Holdings (Delaware) Inc. and Lehman
Pass-Through Securities Inc. to determine any valid against the two
entities.

Currently, the business of each of LUK and LPTSI consists of
managing a portfolio of global assets.  They each employ two
employees and operate out of LBHI's corporate offices.

LUK's principal assets are debt and equity positions and include:

     (i) claims against certain non-controlled foreign affiliates
         of the LBHI Debtors;

    (ii) an equity investment in New Omaha Holdings L.P., a
         Delaware limited partnership that holds Class B Common
         Stock in First Data Corporation; and

   (iii) claims against LBHI and certain other LBHI Debtors.

LPTSI's principal assets are primarily real-estate-related assets
and include:

     (i) a portfolio of approximately 1,400 residential-mortgage-
         backed securities;

    (ii) loan receivables from Huntlee Pty Limited, an Australian
         real-estate development company;

   (iii) an equity interest in a lender to certain French real-
         estate companies;

    (iv) claims against a certain non-controlled foreign
         affiliate of the LBHI Debtors; and

     (v) a limited partner interest in Silverpeak Legacy Pension
         Partners III, L.P., a Delaware limited partnership that
         invests in commercial real-estate assets globally, which
         LPTSI holds through a wholly owned nondebtor subsidiary.

In addition, LUK's and LPTSI's assets include net operating loss
carryforwards for federal, New York State, and New York City income
tax purposes, the value of which is uncertain and depends in part
on their ability to utilize losses to offset income, tax rates, and
any applicable limitations.

The primary business objective of each of LUK and LPTSI is to
manage and maximize the value of its portfolio of assets.  This
includes interacting with borrowers, joint venture partners, and
other parties related to the assets; monitoring the real-estate
development projects; assessing key variables that influence the
recovery values of such entities' assets; and evaluating market
conditions in order to determine whether to hold or sell.

Neither LUK nor LPTSI has secured debt.  LUK's only known unsecured
debt consists of the LUK Receivable.  LPTSI's only known unsecured
debt consists of the LPTSI Receivable and an unsecured obligation
to LUK. LUK and LPTSI are not aware of any other outstanding claims
against their estates. Neither has preferred stock outstanding.
Both LUK and LPTSI hold adequate unencumbered cash on their balance
sheets to fund their operations for the anticipated duration of
these chapter 11 cases.  Accordingly, neither LUK nor LPTSI
presently requires postpetition financing.  The lack of secured
debt obviates the need for Bankruptcy Court authorization to use
cash in the ordinary course of business.

                        Claims Bar Date

The multiple objectives of LUK and LPTSI in the Chapter 11 cases
include:

     (i) confirming and finally establishing that the liabilities
         on their balance sheets are their only liabilities;

    (ii) identifying any unknown claims, executory contracts, or
         unexpired leases that may exist;

   (iii) providing appropriate treatment for their respective
         obligations under a chapter 11 plan; and

    (iv) preserving the value of their assets.  

Ascertaining certainty of the Debtors' liabilities and preservation
of asset value will also enable the LBHI plan administrator to
obtain the maximum value from LBHI's remaining equity interests in
LUK and LPTSI.

In furtherance of the stated goals of the chapter 11 cases, the
Debtors have filed a bar date motion.  The Debtors, the Plan
Administrator, and Brookfield intend to evaluate all of the claims
that are filed prior to the bar date, continue to invest in and
maximize the value of LUK and LPTSI's assets, and pay allowed
claims.  The purposes of chapter 11 -- maximizing value, granting a
fresh start, and treating creditors appropriately -- will be
fulfilled.

                         Lehman Entities

Commencing on Sept. 15, 2008, LBHI, et al., commenced what the
Bankruptcy Court has referred to as the largest and most complex
chapter 11 cases in history.  Subsequently, a substantial number of
LBHI's foreign subsidiaries, including broker-dealer affiliates
worldwide, commenced or were placed into various insolvency
proceedings across the globe.

In the United States, LBHI's primary broker-dealer affiliate was
placed into a liquidation proceeding under the Securities Investor
Protection Act of 1970.  The vast majority of LBHI's affiliates,
however, did not commence chapter 11 cases or other insolvency
proceedings. Since commencement of the LBHI Cases, certain entities
were sold, others were dissolved, and others continue to operate
and manage their assets in the ordinary course, with the
overarching goal being to monetize assets and distribute the
proceeds to creditors.

On Dec. 6, 2011, the Bankruptcy Court confirmed the Modified Third
Amended Joint Chapter 11 Plan for Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. and
Its Affiliated Debtors.  The LBHI Plan became effective on March 6,
2012.  Pursuant to section 6.1 of the LBHI Plan, LBHI became the
"Plan Administrator," authorized to "exercise its reasonable
business judgment to direct and control the wind down, liquidation,
sale and/or abandoning of the assets of the [LBHI] Debtors and/or
Debtor-Controlled Entities under the Plan and in accordance with
applicable law as necessary to maximize Distributions to holders of
Allowed Claims [against the LBHI Debtors]."

Since the effective date of the LBHI Plan, the Plan Administrator
has made twelve distributions to creditors of the LBHI Debtors from
proceeds of the liquidation of assets and other cash receipts of
the LBHI Debtors and their subsidiary Debtor-Controlled Entities.
Through April 6, 2017, the Plan Administrator has distributed
approximately $86.1 billion to third party creditors and an
additional approximately $30.5 billion on account of claims owned
by LBHI affiliates.  The Plan Administrator continues its charge to
make significant distributions over time to the many creditors
worldwide.

                           LUK and LPTSI

Prior to the commencement of the LBHI Debtors' chapter 11 cases,
LUK was a wholly owned, direct subsidiary of LBHI and the direct
and indirect parent company of a substantial portion of LBHI's
European operations.  During the same period, LPTSI was a direct
subsidiary of Lehman Commercial Paper Inc. ("LCPI"), which was an
indirect subsidiary of LBHI and is an LBHI Debtor.

Since the commencement of the LBHI Debtors' cases, LUK and LPTSI's
balance sheets have been incorporated into the balance sheets filed
on the docket of the LBHI Debtors' chapter 11 cases. As disclosed
in publicly filed balance sheets and cash-flow forecasts, the LBHI
Debtors and the Debtor-Controlled Entities have a variety of
complex assets with a range of durations, including certain assets
with restrictions on transferability or that are highly illiquid.

When the LBHI Plan was confirmed, both LUK and LPTSI were
insolvent.  Neither LUK nor LPTSI had any third-party (i.e.,
non-affiliate) debt.  LBHI was a significant creditor of both LUK
and LPTSI.

In carrying out its obligations pursuant to the LBHI Plan, the Plan
Administrator has continuously conducted various marketing
processes for certain of the remaining assets of the LBHI Debtors
and a number of the Debtor-Controlled Entities. The Plan
Administrator determined that the value of a number of significant
remaining assets of the LBHI Debtors and the Debtor-Controlled
Entities could be both maximized and realized sooner if sold
together. As a result, over the past 18 months, the Plan
Administrator developed a plan and implemented a marketing process
in an attempt to sell a number of remaining financial assets and
certain Debtor-Controlled Entities.

Accordingly, in August 2016, the Plan Administrator caused LBHI to
acquire from LCPI 100% of LCPI's equity interests in LPTSI for a
nominal amount.  At that time, the equity of LPTSI had no value
since LPTSI was insolvent.  Thereafter, the Plan Administrator
caused LBHI to contribute approximately $3.65 million in cash to
LPTSI as a capital contribution, which LPTSI used to satisfy in
full LPTSI's debt obligations to its former parent, LCPI.  The Plan
Administrator also caused LBHI to forgive approximately $93 million
of LPTSI's debt to it and contribute various assets to LPTSI.  The
result of these actions was to render LPTSI solvent and create
value in LBHI's equity in LPTSI.

Similarly, in September 2016, the Plan Administrator caused LBHI to
contribute an approximately $8 billion subordinated receivable from
LUK as a capital contribution to LUK.  Thereafter, the Plan
Administrator caused LBHI to contribute various assets to LUK. The
effect of these actions was to render LUK solvent and create value
in LBHI's common equity interests in LUK.

As the marketing process progressed, the Plan Administrator along
with potential buyers identified certain assets and
Debtor-Controlled Entities that could be included in potential
transactions.  As a result, the Plan Administrator caused LUK,
LPTSI, and certain LBHI Debtors and Debtor-Controlled Entities to
engage in transfers of assets amongst themselves.  These
transactions included contributions of assets to and from LUK and
LPTSI.  In addition, the Plan Administrator and potential buyers
evaluated a number of alternative transaction structures.  The Plan
Administrator determined that the risk of unknown or latent claims
against LUK, LPTSI and other Debtor-Controlled Entities, among
other things, could materially decrease the sale value of those
entities and their assets.

Ultimately, after several months of arm's-length negotiations with
Brookfield Asset Management Inc., a global alternative
asset-management company ("BAM") and certain of its affiliates, the
Plan Administrator and the BAM parties agreed on a transaction,
which included certain elements of LBHI, et al.'s reorganizations
together with a planned restructuring in the chapter 11 cases of
LUK and LPTSI.

On July 19, 2017, LBHI, LUK, LPTSI, BAM, Brookfield LUK Holdings
LLC ("LUK Buyer"), Brookfield LPTSI Holdings LLC ("LPTSI Buyer"
and, together with LUK Buyer, "Brookfield"), and certain other
Brookfield affiliates entered into a Stock and Note Purchase
Agreement (the "SNPA").  The SNPA was signed on July 19, 2017, and
the closing of the SNPA occurred on August 10, 2017.  Pursuant to
the SNPA, LUK Buyer acquired from LBHI 45% of LBHI's common equity
interest in LUK and a $177.5 million unsecured receivable from LUK
(the "LUK Receivable"), and LPTSI Buyer acquired from LBHI 45% of
LBHI's common equity interest in LPTSI and a $45.8 million
unsecured receivable from LPTSI (the "LPTSI Receivable").

At the close of the transaction, LBHI unlocked and generated $485
million in cash proceeds plus up to an additional $80 million of
contingent, deferred consideration based on LUK's future collection
on a certain asset. LBHI may also realize value over time for its
remaining 55% equity interest in each of LUK and LPTSI.

The rights and obligations of LBHI in its capacity as an equity
owner of LUK and LPTSI, and LUK Buyer and LPTSI Buyer in their
capacities as equity owners of LUK and LPTSI, respectively, are
controlled by governance agreements entered into contemporaneously
with the closing of the SNPA. LUK and LPTSI are each governed by a
four-person board of directors, two of whom are appointed by LBHI
and two of whom are appointed by Brookfield. All four directors
must vote unanimously for LUK or LPTSI, as applicable, to take
corporate action. These chapter 11 cases were commenced with the
unanimous consent of the directors of both LUK and LPTSI.

A copy of the affidavit in support of the first day motions is
available at:

    http://bankrupt.com/misc/Lehman_UK_1st_Day_Affidavit.pdf

LUK Buyer can be reached at:

         Brookfield LUK Holdings LLC
         c/o Brookfield Asset Management Inc.
         Brookfield Place, 181 Bay Street, Ste 300
         Toronto, Ontario M5J 2T3
         Attn: A.J. Silber

LPTSI Buyer can be reached at:

         Brookfield LPTSI Holdings LLC
         c/o Brookfield Asset Management Inc.
         Brookfield Place, 181 Bay Street, Ste 300
         Toronto, Ontario M5J 2T3
         Attn: A.J. Silber

Counsel to LUK Buyer and LPTSI Buyer:

         Kirkland & Ellis LLP
         601 Lexington Avenue
         New York, NY 10022
         Attn: Christopher Marcus, P.C.
               AnnElyse S. Gibbons, Esq.

                       About LUK and LPTSI

Lehman Brothers U.K. Holdings (Delaware) Inc. and Lehman
Pass-Through Securities Inc. manage a portfolio of global assets.
Both LUK and LPTSI were entities managed and controlled by Lehman
Brothers Holdings Inc. They are "debtor-controlled entities" under
LBHI's confirmed plan.

LUK and LPTSI commenced Chapter 11 cases (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. Case Nos.
17-12442 and 17-12443) on Aug. 31, 2017.

LUK and LPTSI tapped Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP as bankruptcy
counsel.  Epiq Bankruptcy Solutions, LLC, is the claims and
noticing agent, and maintains the Web site
http://dm.epiq11.com/#/case/LUK

LUK estimated assets of $500 million to $1 billion, and debt of
$100 million to $500 million

                    About Lehman Brothers

Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. -- http://www.lehman.com/-- was the
fourth largest investment bank in the United States.  For more than
150 years, Lehman Brothers has been a leader in the global
financial markets by serving the financial needs of corporations,
governmental units, institutional clients and individuals
worldwide.

Lehman Brothers Holdings filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy (Bankr.
S.D.N.Y. Case No. 08-13555) on Sept. 15, 2008.  Lehman's bankruptcy
petition disclosed US$639 billion in assets and US$613 billion in
debts, effectively making the firm's bankruptcy filing the largest
in U.S. history.  Several other affiliates followed thereafter.

Affiliates Merit LLC, LB Somerset LLC and LB Preferred Somerset LLC
sought for bankruptcy protection in December 2009.

The Debtors' bankruptcy cases were assigned to Judge James M. Peck.
Judge Shelley Chapman took over the case after Judge Peck retired
from the bench to join Morrison & Foerster.

A team of Weil, Gotshal & Manges, LLP, lawyers led by the late
Harvey R. Miller, Esq., serve as counsel to Lehman.  Epiq
Bankruptcy Solutions serves as claims and noticing agent.

Dennis F. Dunne, Esq., Evan Fleck, Esq., and Dennis O'Donnell,
Esq., at Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP, in New York, served
as counsel to the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors.
Houlihan Lokey Howard & Zukin Capital, Inc., served as the
Committee's  investment banker.

On Sept. 19, 2008, the Honorable Gerard E. Lynch of the U.S.
District Court for the Southern District of New York, entered an
order commencing liquidation of Lehman Brothers, Inc., pursuant to
the provisions of the Securities Investor Protection Act (Case No.
08-CIV-8119 (GEL)).  James W. Giddens was appointed as trustee for
the SIPA liquidation of the business of LBI.  He is represented by
Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP.

The Bankruptcy Court approved Barclays Bank Plc's purchase of
Lehman Brothers' North American investment banking and capital
markets operations and supporting infrastructure for US$1.75
billion.  Nomura Holdings Inc., the largest brokerage house in
Japan, purchased LBHI's operations in Europe for US$2 plus the
retention of most of employees.  Nomura also bought Lehman's
operations in the Asia Pacific for US$225 million.

Lehman emerged from bankruptcy protection on March 6, 2012, more
than three years after it filed the largest bankruptcy in U.S.
history.  The Chapter 11 plan for the Lehman companies other than
the broker was confirmed in December 2011.

                          *     *     *

As of April 2017, trustee for the liquidation of broker LBI, has
completed five interim distributions to unsecured general creditors
with allowed claims, bringing the cumulative payout on these
allowed claims to 39 percent, or approximately $8.8 billion.

In April 2017, the team winding down LBHI paid $3 billion to
creditors, the 12th distribution since Lehman's collapse in 2008.
This brought the total payout to more than $116.6 billion.
Bondholders were projected to receive about 21 cents on the dollar
when Lehman's bankruptcy plan went into effect in early 2012.  The
12th distribution raised the bondholders' recovery to 41.8 cents on
the dollar.


LEHMAN BROTHERS: LUK and LPTSI Propose Claims Bar Dates
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Lehman Brothers U.K. Holdings (Delaware) Inc. ("LUK") and Lehman
Pass-Through Securities Inc. ("LPTSI") ask the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the Southern District of New York to establish:

   (i) Nov. 14, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. (Eastern Time) as the deadline
       for each person or entity (including, without limitation,
       individuals, partnerships, corporations, joint ventures,
       and trusts), other than governmental units, to file a
       proof of claim in respect of a prepetition claim,
       including, for the avoidance of doubt, secured claims,
       priority claims, and claims arising under section
       503(b)(9) of the Bankruptcy Code, against any of the
       Debtors (the "Bar Date");

  (ii) Nov. 14, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. (Eastern Time) as the deadline
       for each person or entity (including, without limitation,
       individuals, partnerships, corporations, joint ventures,
       and trusts), including Governmental Units, to file a
       notice of the existence of an executory contract or
       unexpired lease (a "Contract Notice") to which such person
       or entity and a Debtor are parties, unless such executor
       contract or unexpired lease has been scheduled on the
       applicable Debtor's Schedule G (Executory Contracts and
       Unexpired Leases) (such date, the "Contract Notice
       Deadline"); and

(iii) Feb. 27, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. (Eastern Time) as the deadline
       for Governmental Units to file a Proof of Claim in respect
       of a prepetition claim against any of the Debtors (the
       "Governmental Bar Date").

Each Proof of Claim must be filed:

   (a) electronically through the website of the Debtors' Court-
       approved claims and noticing agent, Epiq Bankruptcy
       Solutions, LLC, using the interface available on such
       website located at http://dm.epiq11.com/LUK(the
       "Electronic Filing System") under the link entitled
       "Submit a Claim";

   (b) by mailing the original Proof of Claim either by U.S.
       Postal Service mail or overnight delivery on or before the
       applicable Bar Date, or

   (c) by delivering the original Proof of Claim by hand.

Proofs of claim may be mailed either by U.S. Postal Service mail or
overnight delivery on or before the applicable Bar Date to:

   * If by First-Class Mail:

         Lehman Brothers U.K. Holdings (Delaware) Inc. and
         Lehman Pass-Through Securities Inc.
         c/o Epiq Bankruptcy Solutions, LLC
         P.O. Box 4412
         Beaverton, OR 97079-4412

   * If by Overnight Delivery:

         Lehman Brothers U.K. Holdings (Delaware) Inc. and
         Lehman Pass-Through Securities Inc.
         c/o Epiq Bankruptcy Solutions, LLC
         10300 SW Allen Blvd
         Beaverton, OR 97005

Each Proof of Claim may be filed by delivering the original Proof
of Claim by hand to either (x) Lehman Brothers U.K. Holdings
(Delaware) Inc. and Lehman Pass-Through Securities Inc. c/o Epiq
Bankruptcy Solutions, LLC, 10300 SW Allen Blvd, Beaverton, OR 97005
or (y) the United States Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of New
York, One Bowling Green, New York, New York 10004.

                       About LUK and LPTSI

Lehman Brothers U.K. Holdings (Delaware) Inc. and Lehman
Pass-Through Securities Inc. manage a portfolio of global assets.
Both LUK and LPTSI were entities managed and controlled by Lehman
Brothers Holdings Inc.  They are "debtor-controlled entities" under
LBHI's confirmed plan.

LUK and LPTSI commenced Chapter 11 cases (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. Case Nos.
17-12442 and 17-12443) on Aug. 31, 2017.

LUK and LPTSI tapped Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP as bankruptcy
counsel.  Epiq Bankruptcy Solutions, LLC, is the claims and
noticing agent, and maintains the Web site
http://dm.epiq11.com/#/case/LUK

LUK estimated assets of $500 million to $1 billion, and debt of
$100 million to $500 million.

                    About Lehman Brothers

Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. -- http://www.lehman.com/-- was the
fourth largest investment bank in the United States.  For more than
150 years, Lehman Brothers had been a leader in the global
financial markets by serving the financial needs of corporations,
governmental units, institutional clients and individuals
worldwide.

Lehman Brothers Holdings filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy (Bankr.
S.D.N.Y. Case No. 08-13555) on Sept. 15, 2008.  Lehman's bankruptcy
petition disclosed US$639 billion in assets and US$613 billion in
debts, effectively making the firm's bankruptcy filing the largest
in U.S. history.  Several other affiliates followed thereafter.

Affiliates Merit LLC, LB Somerset LLC and LB Preferred Somerset LLC
sought for bankruptcy protection in December 2009.

The Debtors' bankruptcy cases were assigned to Judge James M. Peck.
Judge Shelley Chapman took over the case after Judge Peck retired
from the bench to join Morrison & Foerster.

A team of Weil, Gotshal & Manges, LLP, lawyers led by the late
Harvey R. Miller, Esq., served as counsel to Lehman.  Epiq
Bankruptcy Solutions served as claims and noticing agent.

Dennis F. Dunne, Esq., Evan Fleck, Esq., and Dennis O'Donnell,
Esq., at Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP, in New York, served
as counsel to the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors.
Houlihan Lokey Howard & Zukin Capital, Inc., served as the
Committee's  investment banker.

On Sept. 19, 2008, the Honorable Gerard E. Lynch of the U.S.
District Court for the Southern District of New York, entered an
order commencing liquidation of Lehman Brothers, Inc., pursuant to
the provisions of the Securities Investor Protection Act (Case No.
08-CIV-8119 (GEL)).  James W. Giddens was appointed as trustee for
the SIPA liquidation of the business of LBI.  He is represented by
Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP.

The Bankruptcy Court approved Barclays Bank Plc's purchase of
Lehman Brothers' North American investment banking and capital
markets operations and supporting infrastructure for US$1.75
billion.  Nomura Holdings Inc., the largest brokerage house in
Japan, purchased LBHI's operations in Europe for US$2 plus the
retention of most of employees.  Nomura also bought Lehman's
operations in the Asia Pacific for US$225 million.

Lehman emerged from bankruptcy protection on March 6, 2012, more
than three years after it filed the largest bankruptcy in U.S.
history.  The Chapter 11 plan for the Lehman companies other than
the broker was confirmed in December 2011.

                          *     *     *

As of April 2017, trustee for the liquidation of broker LBI, has
completed five interim distributions to unsecured general creditors
with allowed claims, bringing the cumulative payout on these
allowed claims to 39 percent, or approximately $8.8 billion.

In April 2017, the team winding down LBHI paid $3 billion to
creditors, the 12th distribution since Lehman's collapse in 2008.
This brought the total payout to more than $116.6 billion.
Bondholders were projected to receive about 21 cents on the dollar
when Lehman's bankruptcy plan went into effect in early 2012.  The
12th distribution raised the bondholders' recovery to 41.8 cents on
the dollar.


LEXINGTON HOSPITALITY: Wants to Use Cash Collateral Until Sept. 30
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Lexington Hospitality Group, LLC, asks for permission from the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky to modify
cash collateral budget and extend cash collateral use through
September 30, 2017.

As reported by the Troubled Company Reporter on Aug. 21, 2017, the
Debtor sought court authorization to use cash collateral to meet
its postpetition obligations and to pay its expenses, general and
administrative operating expenses, and other necessary costs and
expenses of operating the hotel, including taxes and insurance and
other expenses incurred during the pendency of the bankruptcy case.
PCG Credit Partners, LLC, may claim an interest in cash collateral
pursuant to a UCC-1 financing statement filed of record with the
Kentucky Secretary of State that encumbers inventory, equipment,
and accounts amongst other property.

The Debtor has paid its adequate protection payment under the
existing court order and seeks to modify the existing budget and
extend cash collateral use through September or the date of an
evidentiary hearing if necessary.  The Debtor and cash collateral
creditor were not able to reach agreement on the existing budget on
all expenditures, primarily, sums due and owing under the Debtor's
contract with the Lexington Legends.  While the Debtor believes
maintaining its relationship with the Legends is important to its
operations, the Cash Collateral Creditor does not take a favorable
view of the contract and its necessity.

Additional refinement of the budget was necessary as the Debtor's
comptroller has been out of the office due to significant health
issues, so issues concerning the budget have been difficult to
resolve in his absence.  The Debtor requests authority to
specifically pay any sums due under its contract with the Lexington
Legends and for authority to modify and extend cash collateral use.
The Debtor believes the Cash Collateral Creditor is protected by
an equity cushion based on the most recent appraisal.  The Debtor
is willing to negotiate additional adequate protection payments
with Cash Collateral Creditor.  The Debtor requests there be a
reasonable monthly carve-out request for professionals and U.S.
Trustee fees in the budget in a reasonable amount between $5,000
and $10,000 monthly.  Payment of these fees will be necessary to
continue this proceeding.  To the extent an agreement cannot be
reached with Cash Collateral Creditor, Debtor requests an
evidentiary hearing.

A copy of the Debtor's request is available at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/kyeb17-51568-56.pdf

                   About Lexington Hospitality

Headquartered in Aurora, Illinois, Lexington Hospitality Group LLC
-- http://www.clarionhotellexingtonky.com/-- owns the Clarion
Hotel Conference Center South, a hotel located at 5532 Athens
Boonesboro Road Lexington, Kentucky, known as Clarion Hotel
Conference Center South.  The Hotel, located in the heart of the
bluegrass and 'Horse Capital of the World,' has 149 well-appointed
guest rooms, an indoor heated pool and hot tub, a seasonal outdoor
pool, a fitness center and an on-site restaurant and bar.

Lexington Hospitality filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection
(Bankr. E.D. Ky. Case No. 17-51568) on Aug. 3, 2017, estimating its
assets and liabilities at between $1 million and $10 million each.
The petition was signed by Kenneth Moore/Janee Hotel Corporation,
manager.

Judge Gregory R. Schaaf presides over the case.  

Laura Day DelCotto, Esq., Jamie L. Harris, Esq., and Sara A.
Johnston, Esq., at Delcotto Law Group PLLC, serve as the Debtor's
bankruptcy counsel.


LIVELY HOPE: Disclosures Conditionally OK'd; Sept. 28 Plan Hearing
------------------------------------------------------------------
The Hon. Mary Jo Heston of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Western District of Washington has conditionally approved Lively
Hope Church of God in Christ's disclosure statement dated Aug. 15,
2017, referring to the Debtor's Chapter 11 plan dated Aug. 15,
2017.

The hearing on the final approval of the Disclosure Statement and
confirmation of the Plan will be held on Sept. 28, 2017, at 11:00
a.m.  Objections to the final approval of the Disclosure Statement
and plan confirmation must be filed by Sept. 21, 2017.

Sept. 21 is also fixed as the last day for filing written
acceptance or rejection of the Plan.

            About Lively Hope Church of God in Christ

Lively Hope Church is a Christ centered ministry, sowing hope and
reaching souls to become saved, vibrant, and sustainable in this
world through prayer and the Word of God.  It listed its business
is a single asset real estate (as defined in 11 U.S.C. Section
101(51B)).  The Church owns a fee simple interest in a property in
Spanaway, WA 98387 valued at $1.9 million.

Lively Hope Church of God in Christ, based in Spanaway, WA, filed a
Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. W.D. Wash. Case No. 17-42381) on June
21, 2017.  The Hon. Mary Jo Heston presides over the case.  Darrel
B. Carter, Esq., at CBG Law Group, PLLC, serves as bankruptcy
counsel.

In its petition, the Debtor estimated $1.93 million in assets and
$1.33 million in liabilities.  The petition was signed by Robert E
Jones, president.


LOPEK COMPANIES: Subordinated Claimants to Get Nothing in New Plan
------------------------------------------------------------------
Lopek Companies, LLC, filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Northern District of Texas a disclosure statement for its amended
plan of reorganization dated June 20, 2017.

Only holders of allowed Claims in Classes 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D.1 to
1D.10, 1E.1 to 1E.8, 3, 4A and 4B (including all subclasses
thereof) are entitled to vote on the Plan because such Classes are
the only Classes that are "impaired," and that will receive or
retain property under the Plan.

The initial filing asserted that only holders of allowed Claims in
Classes 3, and 4 (including all subclasses thereof) are entitled to
vote on the Plan.

Class 4B under the amended plan consists of the subordinated
claims.  This class will be paid in full after all allowed class 4A
claims are paid in full.  The estimated allowed claim for this
class is $355,000 and its estimated distribution is $0.  No
estimated amount and estimated distribution were provided in the
previous plan for this class.

As previously reported by The Troubled Company Reporter on June 27,
2017, the initial plan proposed to pay Class 4A general unsecured
creditors in full to be distributed pro rata from the unsecured
creditor pool.  The estimated claim of this class is $346,417.59.

A full-text copy of the Amended Disclosure Statement is available
at:

     http://bankrupt.com/misc/txnb16-34818-11-36.pdf

The Court will continue hearing on the Lopek's Chapter 11 small
business plan and small business disclosure statement on September
29, at 01:30 PM.

As of September 1, 2017, In re HD Retail Repair, LLC, Case No.
16-34817-BJH-11, is no longer be Jointly Administered with In re
Lopek Companies, LLC, Case No. 16-34818-BJH-11.  The Clerk of the
Court is directed to enter on the In re Lopek Companies, LLC, Case
No. 16-34818- BJH-11 docket the following information: In re Lopek
Companies, LLC, Case No. 16- 34818-BJH-11, was formerly jointly
administered with In re HD Retail Repair, LLC, Case No.
16-34817-BJH-11.  In re HD Retail Repair, LLC, Case No.
16-34817-BJH-11 was the lead case until In re HD Retail Repair,
LLC, Case No. 16-34817-BJH-11, was dismissed by order of the
Court.

A hearing was held on Aug. 25 on the motion to dismiss or convert
the Chapter 11 case of HD Retail.  The motion to convert HD
Retail's Chapter 11 case to a case under Chapter 7 was denied.  The
Court, on September 1, entered an agreed order dismissing HD
Retail's Chapter 11 case without prejudice.

                  About Lopek Companies

Lopek Companies, LLC, and HD Retail Repair LLC are in the business
of facilities maintenance for retail outlets.  HDRR provides
facilities maintenance services to all Home Depot stores
nationwide.  Lopek provides facilities maintenance services to
several local dealerships.

HD Retail and Lopek Companies filed Chapter 11 petitions (Bankr.
N.D. Tex. Case No. 16-34817 and 16-34818) on Dec. 16, 2016.  The
petitions were signed by Kevin Loper, president.  The cases are
assigned to Judge Stacey G. Jernigan.  The Debtors have requested
joint administration of their Chapter 11 cases.

The Debtors are represented by Roberth Thomas DeMarco, Esq., at
DeMarco Mitchell, PLLC.  

Lopek Companies estimated assets at $0 to $50,000 and liabilities
at $1 million to $10 million at the time of the filing.


MAP HOLDING: Oct. 5 Disclosure Statement Hearing
------------------------------------------------
Judge Jerrold N. Poslusny Jr. of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of New Jersey will convene a hearing on Oct. 5, 2017, at
10:00 a.m., on the adequacy of the disclosure statement filed MAP
Holding Company, LLC.

Written objections to the adequacy of the Disclosure Statement
shall be filed no later than 14 days prior to the hearing unless
otherwise directed by the court.

MAP Holding Company, LLC, filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition
(Bankr. D.N.J. Case No. 17-18967) on May 1, 2017, listing under $1
million in both assets and liabilities.  David A. Kasen, Esq., at
Kasen & Kasen, serves as counsel.



METEX DEMOLITION: Tex. App. Reverses Denial of Summary Judgment
---------------------------------------------------------------
The appeals case captioned LANDMARK AMERICAN INSURANCE CO. AND
SENECA SPECIALTY INSURANCE CO., Appellants, v. EAGLE SUPPLY &
MANUFACTURING L.P. F/K/A EAGLE CONSTRUCTION & ENVIRONMENTAL
SERVICES, L.P., AND METEX DEMOLITION, LLC, Appellees, No.
11-14-00262-CV (Tex. App.) is a permissive appeal brought from the
denial of two motions for summary judgment filed by liability
insurers.

The insurers contend that, as a matter of law, the trial court does
not have subject-matter jurisdiction to adjudicate claims brought
directly against them by an injured party to access liability
insurance coverage.

The Court of Appeals of Texas, Eleventh District, reversed and
rendered in part and remanded in part.

In the summer of 2011, Eagle contracted with Metex Demolition, LLC,
for the sale of personal property from the power plants in Texas.
The contracts also required Metex to perform various demolition,
cleanup, and remediation services at the power plants. The
contracts required Metex to obtain liability insurance for the
demolition work. Landmark issued a pollution liability policy to
Metex, and Seneca issued a general commercial liability insurance
policy to Metex.

This appeal arises from Eagle's contention that Metex damaged its
property while performing services under the contracts and that
Landmark and Seneca are contractually liable for these property
damages under the liability insurance policies. Eagle also asserted
that Metex breached payment obligations under the contracts.
Eagle's claims for breach of contract against Metex are not covered
by Landmark's and Seneca's insurance policies.

Upon consideration of the arguments and evidence presented, the
Court concludes that the trial court erred in denying Landmark's
and Seneca's motions for summary judgment pertaining to Eagle's
claims against Landmark and Seneca. Eagle is not a first-party
claimant entitled to bring a direct cause of action under either
the Landmark policy or the Seneca policy. Furthermore, the
judgments upon which Eagle relies do not constitute sufficient
judgments permitting it to bring a direct action as a judgment
creditor against Landmark and Seneca. Accordingly, the Court
renders judgment in favor of Landmark and Seneca on Eagle's claims
for relief against them. However, a remand is necessary because
Metex's claims against Landmark and Seneca remain pending in the
trial court.

A full-text copy of the Court's Opinion dated August 25, 2017, is
available at https://is.gd/y4Vumk from Leagle.com.

Michael A. Yanof -- myanoff@fsalaw.com -- Linda Szuhy --
lszuhy@thompsoncoe.com -- J. Richard Harmon, Cassie J. Dallas, for
Landmark American Insurance Company, Appellant.

Randal L. Dean -- rdean@brownpruitt.com -- Misty Michelle Pratt,
for Eagle Supply & Manufacturing L.P., Appellee.

Randal L. Dean, Misty Michelle Pratt, for Metex Demolition, LLC,
Appellee.

Cathlynn H. Cannon -- cathlynn.cannon@wilsonelser.com -- for Seneca
Specialty Insurance Company, Appellant.

                   About Metex Demolition

Metex Demolition, based in Dallas, Texas, filed a Chapter 11
petition (Bankr. N.D. Tex. Case No. 12-31963) on March 30, 2012.
Judge Barbara J. Houser oversees the case. Joyce W. Lindauer, Esq.,
serves as Metex's counsel.  In its petition, Metex estimated under
$10 million in both assets and debts.

The Foxhall and Metex petitions were signed by Suleman Sohani, as
manager/CEO.


MIAH INVESTMENTS: Voluntary Chapter 11 Case Summary
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Debtor: MIAH Investments LLC
        3800 Hopper Rd.
        Houston, TX 77093
        Tel: 281-977-6572

Type of Business: Founded in 2009, Miah Investments, LLC
                  listed its business as a single asset real
                  estate (as defined in 11 U.S.C. Section
                  101(51B)).  The Company's principal place
                  of business is 3800 Hopper Rd, Houston,
                  Texas, 77093.  It previously sought
                  bankruptcy protection on July 9, 2013
                  (Bankr. W.D. Tex. Case No. 13-34109).

Chapter 11 Petition Date: September 4, 2017

Case No.: 17-35239

Court: United States Bankruptcy Court
       Southern District of Texas (Houston)

Judge: Hon. Karen K. Brown

Debtor's Counsel: Kevin M Chavez, Esq.
                  KEVIN M CHAVEZ
                  P. O. Box 772962
                  Houston, TX 77215
                  Tel: 832-209-2209
                  Fax: 866-929-1647
                  E-mail: kevin@rhemalegal.com

Estimated Assets: $1 million to $10 million

Estimated Liabilities: $500,000 to $1 million

The petition was signed by Sam A. Paiz, Sr., president.

The Debtor did not file a list of its 20 largest unsecured
creditors on the Petition Date.

A full-text copy of the petition is available for free at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/txsb17-32529.pdf


MMM DIVERSIFIED: Oct. 3 Hearing on Disclosure Statement Approval
----------------------------------------------------------------
Judge Brenda K. Martin of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Arizona will convene a hearing on Oct. 3, 2017, at 1:30
p.m. to consider approval of the disclosure statement filed by MMM
Diversified LLC on July 31, 2017.

The last day for filing and serving written objections to the
disclosure statement is fixed at seven days prior to the hearing.

The Troubled Company Reporter previously reported that holders of
Class 7 Unsecured Claims will be paid within 12 months from the
date of confirmation.  Interest will be paid to unsecured creditors
from the confirmation date at 3.5%.  

A full-text copy of the Disclosure Statement is available at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/azb16-10976-81.pdf
           
                      About MMM Diversified

MMM Diversified, LLC, is an Arizona limited liability company.  The
business of the Debtor is buying, renting and selling real
property.  The real property presently owned by the Debtor is
residential.

The Debtor sought protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy
Code (Bankr. D. Ariz. Case No. 16-10976) on Sept. 23, 2016.  The
petition was signed by Michael F. Sprinkle, managing member.  

At the time of the filing, the Debtor estimated assets of less than
$1 million and liabilities of less than $500,000.

The Debtor is represented by Carmichael & Powell P.C.

No official committee of unsecured creditors has been appointed in
the Debtor's case.


MONAKER GROUP: Completes $3 Million Private Placement
-----------------------------------------------------
Monaker Group, Inc., completed its previously announced private
placement equity financing with a group of institutional and
accredited individual investors for gross proceeds of $3.0 million.
Certain insiders and board members also participated in the
offering, representing $635,000 or approximately 21%, of the
offering amount.

"This new capital provides us the means to further strengthen our
B2B alternative lodging rental platform for mainstream travel
companies eager to enter the vacation rental space, as well as
prepare us for an up listing to the Nasdaq Capital Market," noted
Monaker CEO, Bill Kerby.  "We believe this successful funding
reflects the confidence of institutional investors in our unique
business model and recognition of how our customizable booking
platform -- the first to offer 1.4 million instantly-bookable
alternative lodging properties -- will be a true game changer for
the travel industry."

Under the terms of a Common Stock and Warrant Purchase Agreement,
purchasers in the offering received securities comprised of one
common share and one warrant for a purchase price of $2.00.  Each
warrant entitles the holder to purchase one common share at an
exercise price of $2.10 per share, with an expiration date five
years from the date of the offering.

The securities purchase agreement also requires Monaker to apply
for a listing of its common shares on the NASDAQ Capital Market
within 60 days following the closing of the offering, along with
other terms and conditions as provided in the Form 8-K the company
filed today with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, which
is available at www.sec.gov.

Monaker intends to use the net proceeds to expand its technology
division and alternative lodging rentals offering, and for general
corporate purposes.

                        About Monaker

Monaker Group, Inc., formerly known as Next 1 Interactive, Inc. --
http://www.monakergroup.com/-- is a technology-driven travel
company focused on delivering innovation to alternative lodging
rentals (ALR) market.  The Monaker Booking Engine (MBE) delivers
instant booking of more than 1.5 million vacation rental homes,
villas, chalets, apartments, condos, resort residences and castles.
MBE offers travel distributors and agencies an industry-first: a
customizable instant booking platform for ALR.  Monaker's
NextTrip.com B2C website, powered by the MBE, is the first to offer
significant instantly-bookable ALR products along with mainstream
travel products and services, all on a single site.  NextTrip also
features rich content, imagery and high-quality video to enhance a
traveler's booking experience and assist in the search, decision
and buying process for both individuals and groups.

Monaker reported a net loss of $7.10 million on $400,277 of
revenues for the year ended Feb. 28, 2017, compared to a net loss
of $4.55 million on $544,658 of revenues for the year ended Feb.
29, 2016.  As of May 31, 2017, Monaker had $2.11 million in total
assets, $2.91 million in total liabilities and a total
stockholders' deficit of $804,603.  

LBB & Associates Ltd. LLP, in Houston, Texas, stated in its report
on the Company's consolidated financial statements for the year
ended Feb. 28, 2017, that the Company's accumulated deficit and
limited financial resources raise substantial doubt about the
Company's ability to continue as a going concern.


MOREHEAD MEMORIAL: May Use Cash Collateral Until Sept. 15
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The Hon. Benjamin A. Kahn of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Middle District of North Carolina entered on Aug. 30, 2017, an
agreed interim order authorizing Morehead Memorial Hospital to use
cash collateral through and including Sept. 15, 2017.

A hearing to consider the continued use of the cash collateral is
scheduled for Sept. 13, 2017, at 9:30 a.m.

A copy of the Order is available at:

          http://bankrupt.com/misc/ncmb17-10775-187.pdf

As reported by the Troubled Company Reporter on July 26, 2017, the
Court authorized the Debtor to use from July 10, 2017, through and
including Aug. 11, 2017, the cash collateral of Berkadia Commercial
Mortgage, LLC, and First-Citizens Bank & Trust Company in order to
continue its operations, meet its payroll, and other necessary,
ordinary course business expenditures, administer and preserve the
value of its estate, and maintain adequate access to cash in
amounts customary and necessary for companies of this size in this
industry to maintain customer and vendor confidence.  The Lenders
consent to the Debtor's use of the cash collateral.

On Aug. 23, 2017, the Court extended the Debtor's cash collateral
use through Sept. 1, 2017.  A copy of the court order is available
at http://bankrupt.com/misc/ncmb17-10775-166.pdf

The Debtor assigns, and pledges to First-Citizens valid, perfected,
and enforceable liens and security interests in all of the rents
received from the Thompson Street Building and Dayspring Building
on and after the Petition Date and all of the Debtor's right,
title, and interest in, to, and under the First-Citizens
Pre-Petition Collateral, to the extent same existed on the Petition
Date and the proceeds, products, offspring, rents, and profits of
all of the foregoing, all as may otherwise be described in the
First-Citizens Secured Financing Agreements and Assignments.

The Debtor grants, assigns, and pledges to Berkadia Commercial
Mortgage, LLC, and The Department of Housing and Urban Development
valid, perfected, and enforceable liens and security interests in
all of the Debtor's accounts receivable created from and after the
Petition Date and all of the Debtor’s right, title, and interest
in, to, and under the Berkadia Pre-Petition Collateral, to the
extent same existed on the Petition Date and the proceeds,
products, offspring, rents, and profits of all of the foregoing,
all as may otherwise be described in the Berkadia Secured Financing
Agreements.

The Berkadia Note Obligations and the First-Citizens Note
Obligations are granted and entitled to status as an administrative
expense claim pursuant to Section 507(b) of the Bankruptcy Code,
with priority over all other administrative expense claims, now
existing or hereafter arising, of the kind specified in or ordered
pursuant to Sections 105, 326, 330, 331, 351, 503(b), 506(c),
507(a), and 1114 of the Bankruptcy Code.

                About Morehead Memorial Hospital

Founded in 1924, Morehead Memorial Hospital --
http://www.morehead.org/-- is a North Carolina non-profit
corporation that owns and operates a 108-bed general acute care
community hospital on a 22-acre campus located at 117 East Kings
Highway, Eden, North Carolina.  Within the Hospital Real Property,
Morehead Memorial also owns and operates a 121-bed skilled nursing
facility.  It also owns several other parcels of real property
located in Eden that are contiguous to, or in the general vicinity
of, the Hospital Real Property.

Morehead Memorial Hospital filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
protection (Bankr. M.D.N.C. Case No. 17-10775) on July 10, 2017,
estimating its assets and liabilities at between $10 million and
$50 million.  The petition was signed by Dana M. Weston, chief
executive officer.

Judge Benjamin A. Kahn presides over the case.

Thomas W. Waldrep, Jr., Esq., Jennifer B. Lyday, Esq., and
Francisco T. Morales, Esq., at Waldrep LLP, serve as the Debtor's
bankruptcy counsel.  The Debtor also hired Womble Carlyle Sandridge
& Rice, LLP, as special counsel; Grant Thornton LLP as financial
advisor; Hanlon Hammond Camp LLC as investment banker and
operational and strategic advisor; and Donlin, Recano & Company,
Inc., as claims and noticing agent.

On July 24, 2017, William Miller, the bankruptcy administrator for
the Middle District of North Carolina, appointed an official
committee of unsecured creditors.  The Committee retained law firms
Nelson Mullins
Riley & Scarborough LLP, and Sills Cummis & Gross, P.C., as
co-counsel.


NEW CAL-NEVA: Pact With PENTA to Repair Property's Roof OK'd
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The Hon. Gregg W. Zive of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Nevada has granted New Cal-Neva Lodge, LLC's request
for authorization to enter into a contract with The PENTA Building
Group, LLC, to repair the roof of the Debtor's property.

The Court will conduct a final hearing on the Debtor's request on
Sept. 14, 2017, at 9:00 a.m.  Objections to the request must be
filed by Sept. 11, 2017, at 5:00 p.m.

The Debtor is authorized to enter into the PENTA Roof Contract that
includes these essential terms in addition to other terms entered
into by the parties supplementally:

     a. PENTA will engage Commercial Roofers, Inc., to repair the
        roof, using 25 the scope of work and specifications set
        forth in the CRI proposal;

     b. the PENTA Roof Contract will be a lump sum contract of
        $520,600, excepting only the metal substrate contingency,
        with respect to which there will be a $30,000 allowance;

     c. subject to force majeure events including delays related
        to material or weather, completion of the repairs will
        occur within 60 days;

     d. the contract price and schedule will include permits and
        insurance (if required);

     e. the contract will be assignable to any purchaser of the
        Debtor's assets, and PENTA will agree to obtain the lien
        releases requested by any purchaser;

     f. PENTA will use all commercially reasonable efforts to
        insure the roof warranty is transferable to any purchaser;

     g. there will be no change orders other than change orders
        agreed to between Penta and any subsequent purchaser,
        which will be at the cost of the purchaser;

     h. any decisions to be made by "Owner" under the contract
        will be made by the Debtor and the Official Unsecured
        Creditors' Committee;

     i. the contract will be governed by the laws of the State of
        Nevada and all disputes will be resolved by the Court; and

     j. Penta and the Debtor will enter into a supplemental short
        form contract with respect to the terms and other
        customary terms, including a waiver of consequential
        damages.

PENTA will fund the costs of the roof repair pursuant to the PENTA
Roof Contract, with interest at 8% to accrue beginning upon
completion of the work under the PENTA 22 Roof Contract.  Payment
of PENTA's contract cost under the PENTA Roof Contract will be
entitled to administrative priority pursuant to Section 364(c)(1),
with priority and super-priority over any and all priority claims,
administrative expenses, or any other claims against the Debtor 26
other than the super-priority administrative claim of Hall CA-NV,
LLC, under the Financing Stipulations.

The Debtor is authorized to grant PENTA, and PENTA will have, a
super-priority security interest and lien in all of the Debtor's
present and future assets of equal priority with the lien
previously granted to Hall CA-NV, LLC, under the Financing
Stipulations, to the extent of the obligations incurred under the
PENTA Roof Contract.  

According to the Debtor, linchpin of the Committee/Lawrence Plan --
the only option currently available to maximize estate recoveries
-- is the commitment of Lawrence Investments, LLC, to serve as the
stalking horse purchaser pursuant to the Lawrence Asset Purchase
Agreement.  The Lawrence Asset Purchase Agreement is conditioned
expressly on commencing roof repairs with a reasonably projected
completion date of Oct. 15, 2017.  Although Hall consistently
represented that it would finance the cost of repairs, at the last
minute, Hall has refused to extend the financing unless the repairs
are performed under a contract that is not workable within the time
limitations set by the Lawrence Asset Purchase Agreement, and which
Lawrence has deemed unacceptable.

Hall and Ladera Development, LLC, made loans to the Debtor to
finance the renovation of the Resort.  PENTA is the prime
contractor for the renovation of the Resort.  The Debtor, Hall,
Ladera, PENTA and the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors
previously agreed to permit Debtor to use the Lenders' cash
collateral and for Hall to advance, in its discretion, certain
funds to pay expenses for the preservation of Debtor's principal
assets and other limited administrative expenses, by a series of
stipulations that were approved by the Court.  The Fourth Extended
Financing Stipulation covers the three-month period June through
August 2017, and expires by its terms on Aug. 1, 2017, unless
extended by the Stipulation Parties.  Hall is considering whether
to extend the term of the stipulation past Aug. 31, and has not
informed the Debtor or other parties of its decision.  

Because the Stipulation Parties were unable to agree on the scope
of repairs to the roof of the Resort at the time of the
Fourth Extended Stipulation, the Fourth Extended Stipulation does
not specifically include the cost of such repairs but instead
provides a procedure by which, if all Stipulation Parties could
agree on the scope and cost of work "to repair, maintain or
preserve the Property", those expenditures would be funded by Hall
and covered by the lien and super priority administrative expense
protections for Hall under the Fourth Extended Stipulation and its
predecessors.

The Debtor has negotiated an agreement with PENTA that serves as
the only viable option to satisfy the roof repair condition in a
manner acceptable to Lawrence.  PENTA has conditioned that work on
receiving the same assurances of payment that Hall would have had
-- a super-priority lien and a super-priority administrative
expense claim.  Without authorization to enter into the PENTA Roof
Contract on these terms, Lawrence is likely to exercise its right
to cancel its bid, which would be fatal to the Committee/Lawrence
Plan and a competitive auction process.

The Debtor said it has no income from operations and no
unencumbered assets.  It is poised to realize significant value --
substantially in excess of the "as is" value of the Cal Neva Lodge
& Casino of $30 million established by Hall's own appraisal -- from
a sale of its only assets under the pending Committee/Lawrence
Plan, with a prospect of overbids that could generate an even
greater return.

The Debtor has been unable to obtain unsecured credit allowable
under Section 503(b)(1) as an administrative expense, or credit
secured by a junior lien on property of the estate.  At the last
minute, Hall has refused to extend financing to pay for the roof
repairs within the time frame required by the Lawrence Asset
Purchase Agreement; it says it will only fund a contract that
doesn't meet the Lawrence requirements.  The proposed financing
terms are necessary to induce PENTA to extend the credit necessary
to make the roof repairs, which in turn are essential to
realization of a greater return -- by at least several million
dollars -- than Hall's appraiser's as-is value of the property.
The protection for Hall's interest in its collateral comes from the
incremental increased value that the sale under the Plan will
realize.

The Debtor assured the Court that the priority and super-priority
treatment and liens to be granted to PENTA are limited to the
obligations incurred under the PENTA Roof Contract.  PENTA's
position on its pre-petition claims is not improved.  The Debtor
has not made any of the stipulations or waivers that typically are
required by secured lenders providing post-petition financing,
including with respect to the validity of PENTA's pre-petition
liens or the deadline to challenge such liens.  Finally, the liens
of Hall and Ladera, as well as any other secured creditor of which
the Debtor is not aware, are adequately protected because the roof
repairs are necessary to maintain and preserve the Property and
make possible consummation of the Lawrence Asset Purchase Agreement
which will maximize the value of the Debtor's assets for all
secured creditors, including Hall.

Copies of the Debtor's motion and the court order are available
at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/nvb16-51282-821.pdf
           http://bankrupt.com/misc/nvb16-51282-831.pdf

                    About New Cal-Neva Lodge

New Cal-Neva Lodge, LLC, based in Saint Helena, California, primary
asset is a 191-room resort and casino known as the Cal Neva Lodge &
Casino.

New Cal-Neva Lodge filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. N.D. Cal.
Case No. 16-10648) on July 28, 2016.  In its petition, New Cal-Neva
estimated $50 million to $100 million in assets and $10 million to
$50 million in liabilities.  The petition was signed by Robert
Radovan, president and secretary.

Judge Thomas E. Carlson presides over the case.

Keller & Benvenutti LLP serves as bankruptcy counsel to the
Debtor.

The Office of the U.S. Trustee appointed an official committee of
unsecured creditors on Sept. 13, 2016.  The committee retained
Pachulski Stang Ziehl & Jones LLP, as legal counsel; Province,
Inc., as financial advisor; and Fennemore Craig P.C. as Nevada
counsel.

                         *     *     *

New Cal-Neva filed a Chapter 11 plan of reorganization for the
company and its parent Cal Neva Lodge, LLC.

On Jan. 6, 2017, Leslie P. Busick and several other creditors
proposed a Chapter 11 plan of reorganization for New Cal-Neva.  The
group is represented by the Law Offices of Alan R. Smith.

On March 21, 2017, Ladera Development, LLC, filed a Chapter 11 plan
of reorganization for New Cal-Neva and its parent.


OMNI LION'S: Seeks Extension of Plan Filing Period to Oct. 4
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Omni Lion's Run L.P. and Omni Lookout Ridge, L.P., filed a motion
asking the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Texas
to extend their exclusive plan filing period to Oct. 4, 2017, and
the solicitation period to Dec. 4, 2017.

The Debtors have proposed a joint plan of reorganization and have
moved for joint administration of their cases.  The relief
requested will enable the two cases to run on exactly parallel
paths.  The requested extension coincides with the deadlines in the
later-filed of the two cases, Omni Lookout Ridge L.P.

Attorney for Omni Lookout Ridge, L.P., and Omni Lion's run, L.P.:
     
     Ron Satija, Esq.
     HAJJAR PETERS LLP
     3144 Bee Caves Rd
     Austin, Texas 78746
     Tel: 512.637.4956
     Fax: 512.637.4958
     Email: rsatija@legalstrategy.com

                About Omni Lion's Run

Omni Lion's Run, L.P., sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. W.D. Tex. Case No. 17-60329) on May 2,
2017.  Drew G. Hall, manager, signed the petition.  Judge Ronald B.
King presides over the case.  At the time of the filing, the Debtor
estimated assets and liabilities of less than $50,000.


PADCO PRESSURE: CKB Seeks Appointment of Ch. 11 Trustee
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Cross Keys Bank asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western
District of Louisiana to direct the appointment of a Chapter 11
Trustee to assess, and then perhaps to manage, the business and
affairs of Padco Pressure Control, LLC.

Cross Keys Bank relates that the Debtor owns certain equipment,
which at one time, the Debtor used to perform certain jobs and/or
leased it to oil and gas companies, typically on a daily rate
basis, to perform certain oil and gas service work on natural gas
and/or oil wells ("PPC Equipment ").

Cross Keys Bank asserts it has a valid, effective and first-ranking
security interests in the PPC Equipment. Cross Keys Bank is by far
the largest creditor in the case, with a claim as of the Petition
Date in the amount of $2,879,499.93, which is secured, in part, by
the PPC Equipment and the Debtor's accounts receivable.

Cross Keys Bank contends that since the Petition Date, the Debtor
purports to have continued in possession of its property, but it
has not operated and managed its business as a debtor in
possession. Because the Debtor has not engaged in any postpetition
business to manage or operate, in effect, Cross Keys Bank asserts
that the Debtor has impermissibly "parked" its assets in the Court
since the Petition Date.
Recently, however, Cross Keys Bank learns that the Debtor's
majority member, Michael Carr, testified under oath that all of the
Debtor's equipment was located either at a yard in Minden,
Louisiana or on the yard of a company owned by and allegedly known
as Completion Service Group (a company purportedly owned by Kary
Bryce) near Minden, Louisiana, and that some of it was in the
process of being moved to west Texas.

Thus, Cross Keys Bank believes that Mr. Carr has not accounted for
all the PPC Equipment and many items of the PPC Equipment are not
at any of the three yards where the Debtor indicated it was
located.

Cross Keys Bank notes that the Debtor's schedules also reflect
miscellaneous secured claims that total $2,500,000, as well as a
list of priority claims of $44,060 and general unsecured claims of
$3,047,088. Cross Keys Bank also notes that the Debtor's schedules
value the PPC Equipment at only $488,929, but the Debtor has not
provided Cross Keys Bank with an insurance certificate indicating
that the insured value of the PPC Equipment postpetition was
$796,613. As such, it is impossible for Cross Keys Bank to
determine if the Debtor has accounted for all the PPC Equipment or
valued it properly.

Despite having full access to the PPC Equipment, Cross Keys Bank
complains that the Debtor has not generated any postpetition income
(other than $57.44 in "miscellaneous income" June, 2017), based on
its monthly operating reports. Cross Keys Bank further complains
that the Debtor's monthly operating reports for the postpetition
period from October 4, 2017 through July 31, 2017 reflect no
accounting and essentially no income.

Cross Keys Bank contends that due to the Debtor's failure to use
the PPC Equipment postpetition, the PPC Equipment may not be put
back into operation without performing expensive mechanical
integrity tests to make certain it is still in usable condition.

Cross Keys Bank is uncertain whether the PPC Equipment should be
liquidated or leased pursuant to a plan in order to generate income
sufficient to pay Cross Keys Bank and the unsecured creditors since
the Debtor has failed to engage in any postpetition operations
since the Petition Date (or failed to report the income, if any,
generated by the PPC Equipment postpetition).

Because the Debtor cannot explain its dismal postpetition history
of any utilization of the PPC Equipment nor the fact that it has
not been able to generate any meaningful postpetition income to pay
Cross Keys Bank and the other unsecured creditors, Cross Keys Bank
believes that a trustee should be appointed so as to determine what
has happened to the PPC Equipment, and provide other information
necessary for the creditors to make an informed decision about
whether the Debtor's reorganization is feasible.

Cross Keys Bank is represented by:

          R. Joseph Naus, Esq.
          WIENER, WEISS & MADISON
          A Professional Corporation
          333 Texas Street, Suite 2350 (71101)
          P. O. Box 21990
          Shreveport, Louisiana 71120-1990
          Telephone: (318) 226-9100
          Facsimile: (318) 424-5128
          Email: rjnaus@wwmlaw.com

             About Padco Pressure Control

PADCO Pressure Control, L.L.C., based in Lafayette, LA, filed a
Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. W.D. La. Case No. 16-51381) on October
4, 2016. The Hon. Robert Summerhays presides over the case. Thomas
E. St. Germain, member of Weinsten & St. Germain, LLC, as
bankruptcy counsel.

In its petition, the Debtor estimated $0 to $50,000 in assets and
$1 million to $10 million in liabilities. The petition was signed
by Michael Carr, chief executive officer.

No official committee of unsecured creditors has been appointed in
the case.


PASSAGE VILLAGE: PCO Files Second 60-Day Report for Midland Meadows
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Suzanne E. Messenger, the appointed Patient Care Ombudsman for
Passage Midland Meadows Operations, LLC, files with the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of West Virginia a
second 60-day report for Passage Midland Meadows.

The Passage Midland Meadows Operation in Ona, WV, licensed by the
West Virginia Office of Health Facility Licensure and Certification
("OHFLAC") as a large assisted living residence with an Alzheimer's
unit, offers a spectrum of senior care. The OHFLAC received no
complaints regarding the care and services provided by Midland
Meadows during the reporting period.

The PCO observed that both the assisted living and Alzheimer's
units of Midland Meadows are fully staffed with no vacancies. The
PCO also observed that cottage residents do not receive direct
services. The PCO reported that there were no bankruptcy related
concerns after the PCO interviewed long-standing and newly hired
staff. A staff noted, however, that the method of pay has recently
changed from direct deposit to paper checks -- which is an
inconvenience -- the PCO received no other concerns with such
change. The PCO noted that there were no residents reported
staffing-related concerns.

The West Virginia Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program did not receive
any complaints regarding Midland Meadows for the reporting period.
The Ombudsman has conducted a monitoring visit on August 8, 2017,
and found no issues or problems were reported.

The PCO noted two allegations of abuse and/or neglect. One
allegation involved a resident who did not receive medical
treatment as ordered during a power outage, but the resident did
not sustain physical injury. The second allegation concerned a
resident wearing a monitoring device who left the building
unnoticed. While out of the building, the resident sustained a
significant injury requiring medical treatment. The PCO observed
that these incidents were not due to shortage of operating funds or
otherwise related to the bankruptcy. However, the PCO will increase
monitoring visits the next reporting session to assure adequate
resident protection.

The PCO observed that resident medical records are stored in
central locations in their respective units and confidentiality of
these records appears well maintained. The PCO reported that
various staffs were interviewed and all report having adequate
supplies to perform their duties with no change post-filing. The
PCO observed the meal service, which appeared fresh, appetizing and
of appropriate portions.

The PCO claimed that the administration reports vendor
relationships and an improvement in the availability of petty cash.
The PCO reported that the Resident activities, including the Friday
restaurant outings, are continuing without issues.

The PCO reported that, in general, the physical plant, facility van
and property appear clean and well-maintained. The PCO observed
that the Residents appear clean and cared for.

A full-text copy of the PCO's Second 60-day Report, dated August
11, 2017, is available at https://is.gd/xv5IEa

                 About Passage Midland, et al.

Passage Healthcare -- http://passagehealthcare.net-- is a senior
living care provider founded in 2013 by Andrew Turner and William
Lasky.

Passage Midland Meadows Operations, LLC, and three affiliates filed
Chapter 11 bankruptcy petitions (Bankr. S.D. W.Va. Lead Case No.
17-30092) on March 13, 2017. The debtor-affiliates are Passage
Healthcare Property, LLC; Passage Longwood Manor Operations, LLC;
and Passage Village of Laurel Run Operations, LLC.  

The petitions were signed by Andrew Turner, member-manager of
Passage Healthcare, LLC, manager of Passage Midland.

Passage Midland estimated $0 to $50,000 in assets and $1 million to
$10 million in liabilities as of the bankruptcy filing.

The Hon. Frank W. Volk presides over the cases.  

Jackson Kelly PLLC is the Debtors' bankruptcy counsel.  Capozzi
Adler, PC, is the Debtors' special counsel, required to provide
services related to Pennsylvania regulatory and licensing
compliance and Medicare, and Medicaid payment and compliance.

Judy A. Robbins, the U.S. Trustee for Region 4, appointed Margaret
Barajas as the Patient Care Ombudsman for two of the Debtors:
Passage Village of Laurel Run Operations and Passage Longwood Manor
Operations.

An official committee of unsecured creditors has not been appointed
in the Debtors' cases.


PORTRAIT INNOVATIONS: Case Summary & 20 Top Unsecured Creditors
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Lead Debtor: Portrait Innovations, Inc.
             2016 Ayrsley Town Blvd., Suite 200
             Charlotte, NC 28273

Type of Business: Portrait Innovations --
                  http://www.portraitinnovations.com/-- provides  
                  in-studio photography sessions to consumers on
                  both a walk-in and appointment basis.
                  The Company offers a variety of portrait
                  packages and other products such as canvases,
                  mugs, calendars and holiday cards to its
                  customers after the session's completion,
                  as well as through its online portal,
                  www.portraits.com.  The Company also provides
                  mobile app, maternity photo services,
                  baby photo services, child photo services,
                  graduation photo services, wedding photo
                  services and family photo services.

                  Portrait Innovations was founded in 2000 in
                  Charlotte, North Carolina.  As of the Petition
                  Date, Portrait Innovations operated more than
                  119 studios in 31 states.

Chapter 11 Petition Date: September 1, 2017

Debtor-affiliates that simultaneously filed Chapter 11 petitions:

     Debtor                                    Case No.
     ------                                    --------
     Portrait Innovations, Inc.                17-31455
     Portrait Innovations Holding Company      17-31456

Court: United States Bankruptcy Court
       Western District of North Carolina (Charlotte)

Judge: Hon. Craig J. Whitley

Debtors' Counsel: John R. Miller, Jr., Esq.
                  Paul R. Baynard, Esq.
                  Benjamin E. Shook, Esq.
                  RAYBURN COOPER & DURHAM, P.A.
                  1200 The Carillon
                  227 West Trade Street
                  Charlotte, NC 28202
                  Tel: 704-334-0891
                  E-mail: jmiller@rcdlaw.net
                         pbaynard@rcdlaw.net
                         bshook@rcdlaw.net

Debtors'
Claims,
Ballot and
Notice Agent:     RUST CONSULTING/OMNI BANKRUPTCY
                  Web site: http://omnimgt.com

Innovations, Inc.'s estimated assets: $10 million to $50 million

Innovations, Inc.'s estimated liabilities: $10 million to $50
million

Innovations Holding's estimated assets: $10 million to $50 million

Innovations Holding's estimated liabilities: $10 million to $50
million

The petitions were signed by John Grosso, president and chief
executive officer.  Full-text copies of the petitions are available
for free at:

            http://bankrupt.com/misc/ncwb17-31455.pdf
            http://bankrupt.com/misc/ncwb17-31456.pdf

Portrait Innovations, Inc.'s list of 20 Largest Unsecured
Creditors:

   Entity                          Nature of Claim   Claim Amount
   ------                          ---------------   ------------
168th and Dodge, LP                     Lease            $10,837

Access Point, Inc.                      Trade           $113,693

ARC SWWMGPA001, LLC                     Lease            $11,320

Authority HVAC                          Trade            $11,059

Brixmor/IA Clearwater Mall, LLC         Lease            $14,237

Brookfield Square Joint Venture         Lease            $14,914
CBL & Associates Management, Inc.

Color Centric Colorcentric              Trade            $71,923
Corporation

Diskcopy LLC                            Trade            $23,213

East Market Retail, L.C.                Lease            $11,482

EZ Prints Holdings, Inc.                Trade           $192,096

Fujifilm North America Corporation      Trade           $279,193
Box 200232
Pittsburgh, PA 15251-0232
Dennis Woodard
Tel: 770-737-2091

Granite Telecommunications, LLC         Trade            $50,124

IMI Colorado Springs, LLC               Trade            $10,435

Kogi Mobile LLC                         Trade            $15,200

Levis Commons, LLC                      Lease            $10,314

Northcross Land & Development, LLC      Lease            $11,799

Office Depot                            Trade            $17,815

Park West Retail I, LLC                 Lease            $10,276

PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP              Trade            $15,140

Proximity Costa Rica LLC                                 $49,065

Portrait Innovations Holding's list of 20 largest unsecured
Creditor has a single entry:

   Entity                          Nature of Claim   Claim Amount
   ------                          ---------------   ------------
Internal Revenue Service                 Tax             $67,740
Ogden, UT
84201-0039


PORTRAIT INNOVATIONS: Files for Chapter 11 to Look for New Owners
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After recently shuttering 63 studios, Portrait Innovations, Inc.
sought Chapter 11 protection to effectuate a restructuring
transaction whereby substantially all of its assets will be
transferred to a newly created entity, and the equity of the
reorganized debtor will be sold to new equity ownership through a
rapid but thorough marketing and auction process.

Its parent Portrait Innovations Holding Company also filed for
Chapter 11.

Portrait Innovations believes that potential bidders will see value
in the Debtors' long history of successful operations, reputation
for quality service and beautiful studio spaces, and plan for the
Walmart business expansion which has a higher gross margin
percentage than the free-standing Portrait Innovation studios.

Portrait Innovations -- http://www.portrait.com/-- was founded in
2000 in Charlotte, North Carolina, and has grown into one of the
nation's largest and most successful professional portrait studio
operators in the nation.  As of the Petition Date, Portrait
Innovations operates more than 119 studios in 31 states.  In 2014,
Portrait Innovations had more than 196 studios in 40 states.

Most of the studios are located in upscale, mixed-use commercial
locations and their traditional retail park locations, however in
late 2016, the Company began opening locations in Walmart
Supercenters.  Portrait Innovations currently operates 3 very
successful Walmart studios, and plans to invest significantly in
the Walmart studio model going forward.

In order for the Debtors to successfully complete an auction
process, they must preserve their ongoing business operations by
instilling confidence in employees, vendors and landlords
(including Walmart) that their businesses will be stable during the
reorganization process.  With such stability in mind, the Debtors
seek to continue to operate in the ordinary course of business
during and subsequent to the Chapter 11 cases, and have filed a
number of motions on the Petition Date, seeking the Court's
authority to take steps necessary to ensure a seamless transition
into the Chapter 11 cases.

A copy of the affidavit in support of the first day motions is
available at:

   http://bankrupt.com/misc/Portrait_17_1st_Day_Affidavit.pdf

                Events Leading to Bankruptcy Filing

John Grosso, president and CEO, explains that the Company's
operating model, focusing on retail locations in power centers and
lifestyle centers as well as expanding its online offerings, was
very successful through the end of the 2015 fiscal year.  For
example, the Company had income from operations and adjusted
earnings before interest, depreciation and amortization of $8.5 and
$19.0 million in fiscal year 2014, and $4.0 and $ 13.6 million in
fiscal year 2015.  In the second half of the 2016 fiscal year,
Portrait Innovations began seeing a significant decline in visitors
to their lifestyle and power center locations.  The trend of
declining retail customers is not unique to Portrait Innovations
and has impacted brick and mortar retailers throughout the US as
evidenced by the numerous bankruptcy filings in the recent past.

Facing this sharp decline in customer traffic, the Company
determined to reduce costs, in particular the cost of rents, which
make up a significant portion of the Debtors' operating expenses.
In recent months, the Company has attempted negotiations with
landlords, first directly, and since July 2017 with the help of
Hilco Real Estate, LLC. The Company has had only limited success in
renegotiating leases rates to a level that would allow these
studios to operate profitably, and determined to shutter
underperforming stores if sufficient rent reductions or other
concessions from landlords could not be negotiated. Prior to the
Petition Date, the Company determined that it is in the Company's
best interest to close 63 additional underperforming studios in
lifestyle and power retail centers across the United States.  In
the weeks preceding the Petition Date, the Company ceased
operations in the Closed Studios, liquidated the equipment in those
locations, and surrendered the premises to the applicable
landlords.

In late 2016, the Company opened three pilot studios in Walmart
Supercenters.  Results from these locations have exceeded the
Company's expectations.  The Company and Walmart have agreed to
build and open seven additional studios in Walmart Supercenters
prior to the beginning of the holiday season, which is historically
the most profitable time period for the Company's business. Each
Walmart studio requires approximately $95,000 in capital
investment.  Liquidity constraints stemming from the inability to
properly scale lease obligations to sales levels in non-Walmart
stores have prevented the Company from pursuing an aggressive
Walmart growth strategy, despite the fact that results indicate,
and management believes, that extensive expansion of the Walmart
business presents an excellent business opportunity for the
Company.

                   Prepetition Assets and Debt

The Company owns photographic equipment in each leased studio, and
receives payment from customers primarily through credit card
transactions. The Company also owns certain intellectual property
and is the counterparty to certain contracts the Company believes
have value.  As of the August 30, 2017, the Company held
approximately $1,350,000 in cash, excluding cash in transit.

The Debtors are party to a Note Purchase Agreement (the "NPA")
dated as of February 26, 2015 by and between the Debtors as
issuers, and CapitalSouth Partners SBIC Fund III, L.P. ("Capital F
und HI"), CapitalSouth Partners Fund II Limited Partnership ("Fund
II"), as purchasers, and Capital Fund, HI, as Collateral Agent (in
such capacity, the "Noteholder Agent"), pursuant to which the
Debtors issued 12.00% Senior Secured Subordinated Promissory Notes
(the "Notes"), which are secured by liens on substantially all of
the Debtors' property.  Capital Fund H, Capital Fund HI, and
CapitalSouth Partners Florida Sidecar Fund II, L.P. collectively
hold 100% of the Notes.  As of the Petition Date, the outstanding
principal balance of the Notes was approximately 1 5 million.

Portrait Innovations Holding Company's sole business is ownership
of the Portrait Innovations equity interests.  Holdings is owned by
various investors: Southeastern Private Investment Fund IV (40.6%),
Emergo Alpha Fund Limited (39.1%), John Grosso (10.7%), Johnny
Grosso, III (3.5%), Hentom, LLC (2.0%), Thomas Henson (0.1%), John
Davis (3.6%) and all other shareholders (0.4%).

                     Plan Negotiation Process

By the early summer of 2017, it had become clear to the Debtors
that they had insufficient capital to expand the Walmart business
quickly enough to compensate for the seventy or more unprofitable
or marginally profitable Portrait Innovations retail studios.
Therefore, in early July 2017, the Debtors engaged Piper Jaffray as
investment bankers to seek new equity investors or capital for the
Debtors.  The Debtors believed, based on May 2017 operational
results, they would have adequate cash flow to permit Piper Jaffiay
to go to the market seeking bids in late summer and pursue a
transaction into late fall, around the time the profitable holiday
season would start.  Shortly after Piper's engagement, however, the
Debtors saw a significant and unexpected further drop in revenue
from June 2017 operational results.  After re-evaluating their
projections based on June and early July results, the Debtors
determined that continued decline in revenue and profits meant that
there would not be sufficient liquidity to allow Piper J affray to
complete its transaction process, and made the decision to pursue a
wholesale restructuring of the Debtors' operations and balance
sheet.

Therefore, in mid-July 2017, the Debtors approached the
Noteholders, as their senior secured lender, to discuss options for
the Debtors in light of their likely inability to continue
operations long enough to complete the Piper Jaffray process or
reach the profitable holiday season.

The Noteholders expressed interest in providing
debtor-in-possession financing for a bankruptcy proceeding for the
Debtors, and also expressed interest in serving as the stalking
horse bidder in a bankruptcy sale process.  The Debtors' board
determined that, in light of the worse than expected financial
results for June 2017, pursuing a pre-negotiated plan with the
Noteholders that contemplated the sale or transfer of the Debtors'
assets, subject to a competitive bidding process with the
Noteholders serving as the stalking horse bidder, would be the best
way to maximize value for all constituencies. In the absence of new
financing, management believes the Debtors would have been forced
to cease operations in the early fall of 2017 and liquidate their
assets.

In late July 2017, the Debtors and the Noteholders began
negotiating (i) the terms for a plan of reorganization, whereby the
Debtors would eliminate underperforming stores, close locations,
and reduce operating costs, (ii) debtor-in-possession financing to
fund the administrative costs of these Chapter 11 Cases and the
Debtors' ongoing operations, and (iii) bidding procedures and the
marketing and auction process whereby the Debtors, with Piper
Jaffray's assistance, would continue and complete their marketing
process in an effort to realize the highest and best value for
their assets.  Those negotiations culminated in a Restructuring
Support Agreement, which the Debtors and Noteholders executed prior
to filing these cases, and which incorporates the DIP Term Sheet,
Plan Term Sheet and Bidding Procedures (all as defined in the
Restructuring Support Agreement).

            Proposed Path for Chapter 11 Cases

Through the Chapter 11 cases, the Debtors seek to restructure their
obligations and improve the Company's cash flow.  In particular,
the Debtors seek to reject the leases for the Closed Studios, and
to evaluate other marginal locations and perhaps reject additional
leases.  The Debtors seek to attract new Capital for their business
through a transfer of substantially all of their assets to the
Reorganized Debtors and sale of the equity interests in the
Reorganized Debtor to the highest bidder.  The Noteholders have
submitted a stalking horse bid for the Debtors' assets.  Only with
new ownership and a restructured balance sheet will the Company
have the capital needed to pursue an expansion of facility
outstanding as of the Petition Date.

                   About Portrait Innovations

Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, Portrait Innovations Inc. --
http://www.portraitinnovations.com/-- provides in-studio
photography sessions to consumers on both a walk-in and appointment
basis.  The Company offers a variety of portrait packages and other
products such as canvases, mugs, calendars and holiday cards to its
customers after the session's completion, as well as through its
online portal, http://www.portraits.com/ As of Sept. 1, 2017,
Portrait operated more than 119 studios in 31 states.

On Sept. 1, 2017, Portrait Innovations, Inc. and parent Portrait
Innovations Holding Company filed voluntary petitions under the
provisions of Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code
(Bankr. W.D.N.C. Lead Case No. 17-31455).  The petitions were
signed by John Grosso, president and chief executive officer.  Each
of the Debtors estimated assets and debt of $10 million to $50
million.

The Hon. Craig J. Whitley is the case judge.

Rayburn Cooper & Durham, P.A., serves as counsel to the Debtors.
Rust Consulting/Omni Bankruptcy is the claims and noticing agent.


PROINOS BREAKFAST: Plan Outline Okayed, Plan Hearing on Oct. 5
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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida will
consider approval of the Chapter 11 plan of reorganization for
Proinos Breakfast Club, Inc., at a hearing on October 5.

The hearing will be held at 10:00 a.m., at Courtroom 9B, 801 North
Florida Avenue, Tampa, Florida.

The court will also consider at the hearing final approval of the
company's disclosure statement, which it conditionally approved on
August 23.

Creditors are required to file their ballots accepting or rejecting
the plan no later than eight days before the hearing.  Objections
to the plan must be filed no later than seven days prior to the
hearing.

On August 21, 2017, the Debtor filed a disclosure statement, which
explains its proposed Chapter 11 plan of reorganization.

                  About Proinos Breakfast Club

Proinos Breakfast Club, Inc., operates a family restaurant serving
breakfast and lunch in leased premises at 201 West Bay Drive, Suite
E-5, Largo FL 33770 and has only one location.  It is owned and
managed by George Soulellis.

Proinos Breakfast Club filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. M.D.
Fla. Case No. 17-01819) on March 7, 2017.  George Soulellis,
president, signed the petition.  At the time of filing, the Debtor
estimated assets and liabilities to be less than $50,000.

The Debtor is represented by Jake C. Blanchard, Esq., at Blanchard
Law, P.A.


PSH PROPERTIES: Plan Confirmation Hearing Set for Sept. 20
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Judge Robert L. Jones of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern
District of Texas approved PSH Properties, LLC's combined
disclosure statement and plan of reorganization filed on July 31,
2017.

The plan confirmation hearing will be on Sept. 20, 2017, at 1:30
p.m., at the George Mahon Federal Building, 1205 Texas Avenue, Room
314, Lubbock, Texas, 79401-4002.

The deadline to object to the confirmation of the plan is Sept. 18,
2017.

The Troubled Company Reporter previously reported that under the
plan, Class 5 Unsecured Claims total $109,731.92. The claimants
will receive 100% of their respective claims over a 10-year term
(accruing interest from the petition date), to be paid on a monthly
basis, starting Oct. 10, 2017, at 3% interest. Subsequent payments
will be made on the 10th of each month thereafter.

A full-text copy of the Combined Disclosure Statement and Plan is
available at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/txnb17-50102-40.pdf

                       About PSH Properties

PSH Properties, LLC, is a small nonresidential building operator
located in Lubbock, Texas.  PSH sought protection under Chapter 11
of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. N.D. Tex. Case No. 17-50102) on
April 10, 2017.  The petition was signed by David Hodges, managing
member.  The case is assigned to Judge Robert L. Jones.  At the
time of the filing, the Debtor estimated its assets and liabilities
at $1 million to $10 million.


REPUBLIC AIRWAYS: Court Rejects JMI Bid to Allow Damages Claims
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Judge Sean H. Lane of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern
District of New York addresses Jet Midwest, Inc.'s motion for
allowance of an unsecured rejection damages claim.

JMI seeks allowance of its claim for damages arising from Republic
Airways Holdings and affiliates' rejection of an unexpired lease of
nonresidential real property, despite having missed the deadline
for filing such a claim. The debtors oppose the motion, arguing
that JMI received proper notice of the deadline.

Upon analysis of the case, Judge Lane denied the motion.

Under Bankruptcy Rule 3003(c)(2) "[a]ny creditor or equity security
holder whose claim or interest is not scheduled or scheduled as
disputed, contingent, or unliquidated shall file a proof of claim
or interest within the time prescribed by subdivision (c)(3) of
this rule; any creditor who fails to do so shall not be treated as
a creditor with respect to such claim for the purposes of voting
and distribution."

Judge Lane finds that JMI fails to satisfy the requirements for an
informal proof of claim. Most obviously, JMI failed to take any
action to preserve its interests and put the Debtors on notice of
its claim. Instead, JMI relies on an action taken by the Debtors:
the filing of the Rejection Motion. But JMI cites no authority--and
the Court is aware of none--where a creditor relied upon actions of
a debtor to satisfy the requirement for filing a claim.

The Court also considers the length of JMI's delay and its impact
on the case. There is no concrete formula governing when the
lateness of a claim is "substantial." JMI missed the Rejection Bar
Date here by over five months, an inexcusable amount of time given
these circumstances.

Thus, the Court denies the motion. The Debtors shall submit a
proposed order on five days' notice. The proposed order must be
submitted by filing a notice of the proposed order on the docket,
with a copy of the proposed order attached as an exhibit to the
notice.

A full-text copy of Judge Lane's Memorandum Decision dated August
28, 2017, is available at:

      http://bankrupt.com/misc/nysb16-10429-1902.pdf

Attorneys for the Reorganized Debtors:

     Bruce R. Zirinsky, Esq.
     Sharon J. Richardson, Esq.
     Gary D. Ticoll, Esq.
     ZIRINSKY LAW PARTNERS PLLC
     375 Park Avenue, Suite 2607
     New York, New York 10152
     bzirinsky@zirinskylaw.com
     srichardson@zirinskylaw.com
     gticoll@zirinskylaw.com

              -and-

     Christopher K. Kiplok, Esq.
     Erin E. Diers, Esq.
     Daniel M. Nuzzaci, Esq.
     HUGHES HUBBARD & REED LLP
     One Battery Park Plaza
     New York, New York 10004
     chris.kiplok@hugheshubbard.com
     erin.diers@hugheshubbard.com
     daniel.nuzacco@hugheshubbard.com

Attorneys for Jet Midwest, Inc.:

    James F.B. Daniels, Esq.
    MCDOWELL RICE SMITH & BUCHANAN, P.C.
    604 West 47th Street, Suite 350
    Kansas City, Missouri 64112
    jdaniels@mcdowellrice.com

                 About Republic Airways

Based in Indianapolis, Indiana, Republic Airways Holdings Inc.,
(OTCMKTS:RJETQ) owns Republic Airline and Shuttle America
Corporation. Republic Airline and Shuttle America --
http://www.rjet.com/-- offer approximately 1,000 flights daily to
105 cities in 38 states, Canada, the Caribbean and the Bahamas
through Republic's fixed-fee codeshare agreements under major
airline partner brands of American Eagle, Delta Connection and
United Express.

Republic Airways Holdings Inc. and six affiliated debtors each
filed a voluntary petition for relief under Chapter 11 of the
United States Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. Lead Case No.
16-10429) on Feb. 25, 2016. The petitions were signed by Joseph P.
Allman as senior vice president and chief financial officer. Judge
Sean H. Lane has been assigned the cases.

As of Jan. 31, 2016, on a consolidated basis, Republic had assets
and liabilities of $3,561,000,000 and $2,971,000,000 (unaudited),
respectively.

Zirinsky Law Partners PLLC and Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP are
serving as Republic's legal advisors in the restructuring. Seabury
Group LLC is serving as financial advisor. Deloitte & Touche LLP is
the independent auditor. Prime Clerk is the claims and noticing
agent.

The U.S. Trustee for Region 2 appointed seven creditors of Republic
Airways Holdings Inc. to serve on the official committee of
unsecured creditors. The Committee retained Morrison & Foerster LLP
as attorneys and Imperial Capital, LLC, as investment banker and
co-financial advisor.

                       *     *     *

The Debtors filed a Plan under which unsecured creditors will
either receive a distribution of 45% in cash or 41%-48% new common
stock under the plan.  A full-text copy of the Disclosure Statement
explaining the Plan terms is available at:

       http://bankrupt.com/misc/nysb16-10429-1312.pdf   

The Debtors believe that they will have sufficient cash resources
to make the payments required pursuant to the plan, repay and
service debt obligations, and maintain operations on a
going-forward basis.

On April 20, 2017, the Bankruptcy Court approved the Plan.  The
Troubled Company Reporter, citing BankruptcyData.com, reported that
Republic Airways Holdings' Plan became effective on May 1, 2017,
and Republic Airways Holdings emerged from Chapter 11 protection.


RONIC INC: Taps Mendonca & Partners as Accountant
-------------------------------------------------
Ronic Inc. and Aiello Realty Holding LLC seek approval from the
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey to hire an
accountant.

The Debtors propose to employ Mendonca & Partners Certified Public
Accountants LLC to, among other things, assist in financial
reporting; prepare tax returns; and give advice on reorganization
strategies.

The hourly rates charged by the firm are:

     Junior Accountant     $125
     Staff Accountant      $150
     Senior Accountant     $200
     Partner               $300
     Senior Partner        $350

Amedeo Luongo, a partner at Mendonca, disclosed in a court filing
that he and his firm are "disinterested" as defined in section
101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code.

The firm can be reached through:

     Amedeo Luongo
     Mendonca & Partners
     Certified Public Accountants LLC
     1030 Salem Road
     Union, NJ 07083-7058
     Tel: (908)352-9797
     Fax: (908)351-4520

                         About Ronic Inc.

Ronic Inc. d/b/a Venice Bakery -- http://www.venicebakery.net--
owns a wholesale and retail bakery offering a wide array of baked
breads, Italian pastries, cakes, cookies and coffee.  Its bread is
baked and delivered daily to New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania
areas.

Based in Garfield, New Jersey, Ronic and Aiello Realty Holding LLC
filed Chapter 11 petitions (Bankr. D.N.Y. Lead Case No. 17-26758)
on August 17, 2017.  The petition was signed by Nicola Aiello, its
president.  In its petition, Ronic Inc.'s estimated $500,000 to $1
million in assets and $1 million to $10 million in liabilities.
Aiello Realty had estimated assets and liabilities of $1 million to
$10 million.

Judge Stacey L. Meisel presides over the case.  Daniel M. Eliades,
Esq., at LeClairRyan, a Professional Corporation, serves as the
Debtor's bankruptcy counsel.


RONIC INC: Wants to Use Bank of Princeton's Cash Collateral
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Ronic Inc., d/b/a Venice Bakery, et al., seek authority from the
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey to use in the
ordinary course of their business cash collateral, which consists
of The Bank of Princeton's interests in the Debtor's cash and
accounts receivable.

The Debtors assure the Court that BOP is adequately protected by
the assets securing its debt, the replacement liens proposed to be
granted to BOP, and the periodic payments to be made to BOP.  The
Debtors say that based on equity cushion alone, the Debtors should
be granted authority to use the cash collateral.  However, the
Debtors propose to grant to BOP replacement liens on its collateral
and provide it with period payments going forward.  In addition to
the proposed replacement liens and its equity cushion, BOP will be
protected as a result of periodic payments made by the Debtors to
BOP.  The Debtors propose to pay BOP $15,000 over seven weeks.
These payments may serve to offset any increase in the amount of
BOP's claim on a going forward basis, while the Debtors formulate
their reorganization plans.
  
As of the Petition Date, the Debtors do not have sufficient
unencumbered cash to fund their business operations.  Absent the
ability to use cash collateral, the Debtors will be unable to pay
insurance, wages, rent, utility charges, and other critical
operating expenses.

The Debtors tell the Court that without access to cash collateral,
the Debtors will not be able to maintain their business operations
and continue their restructuring efforts, and would likely be
forced to cease operations and liquidate.  In such event, the
Debtors' estates would be immediately and irreparably harmed. The
Debtors cannot obtain funds sufficient to administer their estates
and operate their business other than by obtaining the relief
requested pursuant to Section 363 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.

The Debtors' use of the cash collateral will allow the Debtors to
continue their operations while BOP's interests are protected.

A copy of the Debtors' Motion is available at:

             http://bankrupt.com/misc/njb17-26759-9.pdf

                         About Ronic Inc.

Ronic Inc., d/b/a Venice Bakery -- http://www.venicebakery.net--
owns a wholesale and retail bakery offering a wide array of fresh
baked breads, Italian pastries, cakes, cookies and coffee.  Its
bread is baked and delivered fresh daily -- seven days a week to
New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania areas.

Ronic Inc., based in Garfield, New Jersey, and affiliate Aiello
Realty Holding LLC each filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D.N.J.
Case Nos. 17-26758 and 17-26759) on Aug. 17, 2017.  The petitions
were signed by Nicola Aiello, the Debtors' president.

Ronic Inc. estimated $500,000 to $1 million in assets and $1
million to $10 million in liabilities, and Aiello Realty estimated
both $1 million to $10 million in assets and liabilities.

The Hon. Stacey L. Meisel presides over the cases.  

Daniel M. Eliades, Esq., at LeClairRyan, a Professional
Corporation, serves as the Debtors' bankruptcy counsel.


SCIENTIFIC GAMES: $3.28-Bil. Term Loans' Maturity Extended to 2024
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Scientific Games Corporation announced that its wholly owned
subsidiary, Scientific Games International, Inc., completed an
amendment to its credit agreement that extended the maturity of its
$3.283 billion of existing term loans and reduced the applicable
interest rate on the term loans to a rate of LIBOR plus 325 basis
points with no LIBOR floor.  All of the term loans under the credit
agreement are now scheduled to mature on Aug. 14, 2024 (subject to
accelerated maturity under certain circumstances).

"Our ongoing attention toward improving operating execution,
generating stronger cash flows and deleveraging our balance sheet
has enabled us to amend our credit agreement on more favorable
terms," said Kevin Sheehan, chief executive officer of Scientific
Games.  "Moreover, by improving our capital structure, future cash
flow is further strengthened."

                     About Scientific Games

Las Vegas, Nevada-based Scientific Games Corporation (NASDAQ:SGMS)
-- http://www.ScientificGames.com/-- is a developer of
technology-based products and services and associated content for
worldwide gaming, lottery and interactive markets.  The Company's
portfolio includes gaming machines, game content and systems; table
games products and shufflers; instant and draw-based lottery games;
server-based lottery and gaming systems; sports betting technology;
loyalty and rewards programs; and interactive content and
services.

Scientific Games reported a net loss of $353.7 million on $2.88
billion of total revenue for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016, compared
to a net loss of $1.39 billion on $2.75 billion of total revenue
for the year ended Dec. 31, 2015.

                          *    *    *

In November 2014, Moody's Investors Service downgraded Scientific
Games' Corporate Family Rating to 'B2' from 'B1' following the
announcement that the company had completed its merger with Bally
Technologies, Inc.

In July 2017, S&P Global Ratings affirmed its ratings on Scientific
Games, including its 'B' corporate credit rating.  The outlook is
stable.  "The affirmation of our 'B' corporate credit rating
reflects our expectation for adjusted EBITDA coverage of interest
to remain around 2x through 2018 and for the company to prioritize
the use of free cash flow for debt repayment, which we believe
partially mitigates currently high leverage.  We are forecasting
adjusted debt to EBITDA to be in the low- to mid-7x area in 2017
and around 7x in 2018, given our forecast for only modest EBITDA
growth and debt reduction."


SONSVEST LLC: Plan Outline Okayed, Plan Hearing on Oct. 5
---------------------------------------------------------
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of South Carolina is set
to hold a hearing on October 5 to consider approval of the Chapter
11 plan of reorganization for Sonsvest Holdings, LLC.

The court had earlier approved the company's disclosure statement,
allowing it to start soliciting votes from creditors.  

The order signed on August 25 set a September 29 deadline for
creditors to file their objections and cast their votes accepting
or rejecting the plan.

Sonsvest Holdings had earlier disclosed in a court filing that it
made certain revisions to the plan and disclosure statement.

The company disclosed that it revised Article V of the disclosure
statement and Article III of the plan to state that while it has no
currently pending contracts for sale of its property, the first
sale is projected to occur within 120 days of approval of the
plan.

The company made a clarification that any sale that conveys
subdivided portions of the property will not be permitted without
express written authority from First Palmetto.

Sonsvest Holdings also revised Article II of the plan and Article V
of the disclosure statement to indicate that First Palmetto
reserves all rights to pursue deficiency judgments against Fred
McCutcheon, Sr., as guarantor on the note in the event a deficiency
results from the sale of the property, according to the court
filing.

A copy of the addendum to the plan is available for free at
https://is.gd/47POSv

                  About Sonsvest Holdings LLC

Sonsvest Holdings, LLC filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition
(Bankr. D. S.C. Case No. 17-01698) on April 4, 2017.  The Hon.
David R. Duncan presides over the case. McCarthy, Reynolds & Penn,
LLC represents the Debtor as counsel.

The Debtor disclosed total assets of $1.85 million and total
liabilities of $1.42 million. The petition was signed by Fred J.
McCutcheon, Sr., owner.

On July 5, 2017, the Debtor filed its proposed Chapter 11 plan of
reorganization.


SPECTRUM HEALTHCARE: May Continue Using Cash Collateral
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The Hon. James J. Tancredi of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Connecticut has entered a thirteenth order authorizing
Spectrum Healthcare LLC, and its debtor-affiliates to use cash
collateral of MidCap Funding IV LLC, as assignee of MidCap
Financial, LLC, CCP Finance I, LLC, as assignee of Nationwide
Health Properties, LLC, as lender under the NHP Loan, CCP Park
Place 7541 LLC and CCP Torrington 7542 LLC as agents for NHP with
respect to the NHP Lease, Love Funding Corporation, the Secretary
of Housing and Urban Development as additional secured party with
LFC, and the State of Connecticut Department of Revenue Services.

A hearing on the continued use of cash collateral will be held on
Sept. 27, 2017, at 11:00 a.m.

The Debtors are authorized to pay only their current expenses as
reflected in the budget, which Budget will include payment of
$5,000 per week for use-and-occupancy to the CCP Landlords;
provided, however, that Spectrum Manchester Realty or its assignee,
MidCap, as the case may be, and the CCP Landlords reserve the right
to assert any accrued but unpaid rent or other lease obligations
owed or to become owed to them, respectively, as administrative
expense claims.

The Administrative Rent Claims will be subordinate to any unpaid,
non-professional administrative expenses at the conclusion of the
sale process or any wind down process that may occur in these
cases, except, as to the subordination, to the extent of $6,000 per
week of rent for each of the CCP Landlords and Spectrum Manchester
Realty or its assignee, MidCap, as the case may be, starting as of
Jan. 13, 2017; provided further, however, that (i) the
Administrative Rent Claims will only be payable upon further court
order to the extent that funds are available to pay the
Administrative Rent Claims; and (ii) nothing herein will affect any
rights of the CCP Landlords, Spectrum Manchester Realty or its
assignee, Midcap, or any other party.

The Debtors are authorized to adequately protect Secured Parties by
(a) granting to them replacement liens on the Collection Accounts
and the debtor-in-possession accounts of the Debtors, nunc pro tunc
to the Petition Date, to the same extent (if any) and with the same
validity, enforceability and priority as the MidCap Prepetition
Liens, the NHP Prepetition Liens, the CCP Landlords' Prepetition
Liens and the LFC Prepetition Liens had against the Debtors'
deposit accounts and other assets prior to the Petition Date, and
(b) making weekly adequate protection payments of $10,000 to Midcap
starting Sept. 21, 2017, and continuing weekly through the duration
of this court order.  

The Secured Parties are granted an additional replacement lien in
cash collateral, accounts including health-care insurance
receivables and governmental healthcare receivables and all
proceeds thereof whether deposited in the Collections Accounts, any
payment account or elsewhere, and other collateral in which each of
the Secured Parties held a security interest prepetition, whether
acquired before or after the Petition Date.

A copy of the Order is available at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/ctb16-21635-548.pdf

As reported by the Troubled Company Reporter on Aug. 14, 2017, the
Court previously authorized the Debtors to use cash collateral and
to pay only their current expenses as reflected in the budget,
which will include payment of $10,000 per week of rent or
use-and-occupancy to CCP Park Place 7541 LLC and CCP Torrington
7542 LLC.

                    About Spectrum Healthcare

Spectrum Healthcare LLC is a nursing home operator, owning six
nursing facilities have 716 beds and employing 725 people.

Spectrum Healthcare LLC and its affiliates previously filed Chapter
11 petitions (Bankr. D. Conn. Lead Case No. 12-22206) on Sept. 10,
2012.

Spectrum Healthcare, LLC, and its affiliates again sought
protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Conn.
Case Nos. 16-21635 to 16-21639) on Oct. 6, 2016.  The petitions
were signed by Sean Murphy, chief financial officer.

Spectrum Healthcare, LLC, disclosed $282,369 in assets and
estimated less than $1 million in liabilities.  Affiliate Spectrum
Healthcare Derby disclosed $2,068,467 in assets and estimated less
than $10 million in debt.

The Debtors are represented by Elizabeth J. Austin, Esq., Irve J.
Goldman, Esq., and Jessica Grossarth, Esq., at Pullman & Comley,
LLC.  Blum, Shapiro & Co., P.C., serves as their accountant and
financial advisor.

William K. Harrington, the U.S. Trustee for the District of
Connecticut, appointed Nancy Shaffer, M.A., a member of the
Connecticut Long Term Care Ombudsman's Office, as the Patient Care
Ombudsman for the Debtors.


SPECTRUM HEALTHCARE: Quality of Care Maintained, PCO Reports
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Nancy Shaffer, the patient care ombudsman for Spectrum Health Care
LLC and affiliates, filed a report regarding the quality of patient
care provided by Spectrum Healthcare Derby, LLC, Spectrum
Healthcare Hartford, Spectrum Healthcare Manchester, and Spectrum
Healthcare Torrington to their residents.

The PCO notes that each nursing home has no vendor, physical plant,
or supply issues. Overall, the quality of care provided by the
facilities is maintained.  The PCO and the Regional Ombudsmen will
continue to monitor the quality of care and services provided to
the residents of the nursing homes and will report any changes to
the Court.

A full-text copy of the PCO's Report dated August 29, 2017, is
available at:

     http://bankrupt.com/misc/nysb16-10429-1902.pdf

                  About Spectrum Healthcare

Spectrum Healthcare, LLC, and its affiliates sought protection
under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Conn. Case Nos.
16-21635 to 16-21639) on Oct. 6, 2016.  The petitions were signed
by Sean Murphy, chief financial officer.

The Debtors are represented by Elizabeth J. Austin, Esq., Irve J.
Goldman, Esq., and Jessica Grossarth, Esq., at Pullman & Comley,
LLC. Blum, Shapiro & Co., P.C. serves as their accountant and
financial advisor.

At the time of filing, the Debtors listed these assets and
liabilities:

                                          Total        Estimated
                                          Assets      Liabilities
                                        ----------    -----------
Spectrum Healthcare                     $282,369      $500K-$1M
Spectrum Healthcare Derby               $2,068,467      $1M-$10M
Spectrum Healthcare Hartford            $4,188,568        N/A
Spectrum Healthcare Manchester, LLC     $2,729,410        N/A
Spectrum Healthcare Torrington, LLC     $3,321,626        N/A

Spectrum Healthcare and its affiliates previously filed Chapter 11
petitions (Bankr. D. Conn. Case No. 12-22206) on Sept. 10, 2012.

William K. Harrington, the U.S. Trustee for the District of
Connecticut, appointed Nancy Shaffer, M.A., a member of the
Connecticut Long Term Care Ombudsman's Office, as the Patient Care
Ombudsman for Spectrum Healthcare Derby, LLC, Spectrum Healthcare
Hartford, LLC, Spectrum Healthcare Manchester, LLC, and Spectrum
Healthcare Torrington, LLC.


SPENCER TRANSPORTATION: Unsecureds to be Paid from Available Funds
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Spencer Transportation, LLC, filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
for the Northern District of Alabama filed a disclosure statement
for its chapter 11 plan of reorganization, dated August 30, 2017,
which the Debtor believes will maximize the value of its assets.

Class 4 under the plan consists of all Allowed Unsecured Claims
against Debtor.  The Debtor estimates that the total amount of
General Unsecured Claims is approximately $144,034.06, which amount
may be increased or decreased based upon Claim Contests or failure
to file a Proof of Claim.

Unless such Holder agrees to other treatment, each Holder of an
Allowed Class 4 Claim will be paid pro rata from the Available
Funds after all Allowed Administrative Expense Claims and Allowed
Class 1, 2, and 3 Claims receive the treatment they are entitled to
under the Plan, to the extent funds are available and until such
Claims are paid in full. The distribution of Available Funds to
this Class will be in the sole discretion of the Debtor, and the
Debtor will be entitled to keep a reserve of Available Funds up to
$10,000 if available; subsequent distributions will be made from
Available Funds as they are replenished from Net Income. Such
subsequent distributions may be multiple in nature until all the
Allowed Claims in this Class are paid in full.

The Debtor, through its sole member Dwayne Haney, will continue
operation of Debtor's business.  Through continued operation, the
Debtor will generate Net Income, which will be used as Available
Funds to make the payments to Holders of Allowed Claims.

A full-text copy of the Disclosure Statement dated August 30, 2017,
is available at:

     http://bankrupt.com/misc/alnb17-70012-11-162.pdf

               About Spencer Transportation

Spencer Transportation, LLC, filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr.
N.D. Ala. Case No. 17-70012), on Jan. 4, 2017.  The petition was
signed by its Manager, Dwayne F. Haney.  At the time of filing, the
Debtor had less than $50,000 in estimated assets and $500,000 to $1
million in estimated liabilities.  The Debtor is represented by Lee
R. Benton, Esq., at Benton & Centeno, LLP.


STARPORT TRANSPORTATION: $1,500 Monthly for Sec. 506(b) Creditors
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Starport Transportation, Inc., filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
for the Western District of Missouri a combined plan and disclosure
statement, dated August 30, 2017.

The Debtor commenced its adequate protection payments to creditors
in April 2017.  With the exception of MHC Financial, the Debtor
negotiated its Adequate Protection Payments with each creditor and
an Adequate Protection Payment agreement was filed with the court.
Payments under the plan have been either pre-negotiated with the
creditor per the Adequate Protection Payment stipulation or have
been proposed in this plan based on the current fair market value
of the vehicle and an interest rate to be paid over three years.

For the period of November 2017 through November 2022, the Debtor
will pay $1,500 per month to allowed 11 USC section 506(b) claims,
and, after these claims are paid as allowed, then to unsecured
claims on a pro rata basis.  In the event that income from
operations is not sufficient to pay $1,500 per month to these
creditors, the Debtor will pay the net from operations after
overhead and secured creditor payments first to section 506(b)
claims, then pro rata to unsecured claims.

Payments and distributions under the Plan will be funded by ongoing
operations.

A full-text copy of the Disclosure Statement is available at:

    http://bankrupt.com/misc/mowb17-60184-11-69.pdf

               About Starport Transportation

Starport Transportation, Inc., sought protection under Chapter 11
of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. W. D. Mo. Case No. 17-60184) on
February 28, 2017.  The petition was signed by Michael Dean Moss,
president.  The case is assigned to Judge Arthur B. Federman.  The
Debtor is represented by Angela D. Acree, Esq., at JB James Law
Firm, PC.

At the time of the filing, the Debtor disclosed $1.01 million in
assets and $2.3 million in liabilities.


T3M INC: Taps LKP Global as Special Counsel in Suit vs. Tsumpes
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T3M Inc. seeks approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Central District of California to hire LKP Global Law, LLP as
special counsel.

The firm will represent the Debtor in its case against William
Tsumpes, former director, in Orange County Superior Court (Case No.
30-2015-00817371].   The case asserts claims for breach of
fiduciary duty and fraud.

LKP has agreed to accept a flat fee of $200,000.

Kevin Leung, Esq., a partner at LKP, disclosed in a court filing
that his firm is a "disinterested person" as defined in section
101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code.

The firm can be reached through:

     Kevin Leung, Esq.
     LKP Global Law, LLP
     1901 Avenue of the Stars, Suite 480
     Los Angeles, CA 90272
     Office: (424) 238-1890
     Email: kleung@LKPGL.com

                          About T3M Inc.

Founded in 2006 in Costa Mesa, California, and previously known as
T3 Motion, Inc., T3M Inc. designs, manufactures and markets
personal mobility vehicles powered by electric motors to the
professional and consumer markets.  Its initial product is the T3
Series, a three wheel, electric stand-up vehicle powered by a
quiet, zero-gas emission electric motor that is designed
specifically for public and private security personnel.

T3M Inc. sought protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code
(Bankr. C.D. Cal. Case No. 17-14082) on May 15, 2017.  Mi "Michael"
Zhang, president, signed the petition.  The Debtor estimated assets
and debt at $1 million to $10 million as of the bankruptcy filing.

Judge Scott H. Yun presides over the case.

Aram Ordubegian, Esq., and M. Douglas Flahaut, Esq., at Arent Fox
LLP, serve as the Debtor's legal counsel.  LKP Global Law LLP is
the Debtor's special litigation counsel.


TERRAVIA HOLDINGS: Seeks IP Suits Transfer to Bankr. Court
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Jeff Montgomery, writing for Bankruptcy Law360, reports that
TerraVia Holdings Inc. is seeking the transfer of two intellectual
property lawsuits brought by Roquette Freres S.A. to the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware.

The case is Roquette Freres SA v. TerraVia Holdings Inc., case
number 1:14-cv--1442, in the U.S. District Court for the District
of Delaware.  The lawsuits were brought against TerraVia
predecessor, Solazyme Inc., in 2014, where Roquette sought to
retain intellectually property it gained through a joint venture
with Solazyme for the production of food starches from algae,
Law360 relates.  Court rulings have rejected Roquette's claims.,
Law360 cites.

TerraVia is concerned that the patent dispute might discourage
potential bidders of its assets under a Chapter 11 auction, Law360
relates.

                       About TerraVia

Headquartered in South San Francisco, California, TerraVia
Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ:TVIA) -- http://www.terravia.com/-- is a
plant-based food, nutrition and specialty ingredients company that
harnesses the power of algae, the mother of all plants and earth's
original superfood.  TerraVia also manufactures a range of
specialty personal care ingredients for key strategic partners.

On Aug. 2, 2017, TerraVia Holdings, Inc., and its wholly owned U.S.
subsidiaries filed voluntary petitions under chapter 11 of title 11
of the United States Code (Bankr. D. Del. Lead Case No. 17-11655).
The subsidiary debtors in the Chapter 11 cases are Solazyme Brazil
LLC and Solazyme Manufacturing 1, LLC.

The Debtors sought bankruptcy protection after reaching a deal to
sell the assets to Corbion N.V. for $20 million in cash plus the
assumption of liabilities.

The Debtors hired Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP as their lead counsel
and Richards, Layton & Finger, P.A., as co-counsel.  Kurtzman
Carson Consultants LLC is the Debtors' claims agent.

No official committee of unsecured creditors has been appointed in
the Chapter 11 case.


TEXAS RHH: Sept. 21 Show Cause Hearing on PCO Appointment
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Judge Mark X. Mullin of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern
District of Texas has issued an order setting a hearing on
September 21, 2017 at 1:30 p.m. to determine whether or not the
appointment of a patient care ombudsman is necessary for the
protection of patients of Texas RHH, LLC.

                                About Texas RHH

Texas RHH is in the home health care services business. Texas RHH
is affiliated with Misty Brady, who sought bankruptcy protection on
March 20, 2017 (Bankr. N.D. Tex. Case No. 17-41120) and PB Chaney,
LLC, which filed for bankruptcy protection on July 3, 2017 (Bankr.
N.D. Tex. Case No. 17-42793).

Texas RHH filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. N.D. Tex. Case No.
17-43385), on August 21, 2017. The Petition was signed by Misty
Brady, member. The case is assigned to Judge Mark X. Mullin. The
Debtor is represented by Gregory Wayne Mitchell, Esq. at The
Mitchell Law Firm, L.P. At the time of filing, the Debtor had
$500,000 to $1 million in estimated assets and $1 million to $10
million in estimated liabilities.


TMT USA: Procurement, 21 Debtors File Lender Settlement Plan
------------------------------------------------------------
TMT Procurement Corporation and its debtor affiliates filed with
the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas a
disclosure statement for their proposed lender settlement plan of
liquidation dated August 30, 2017.

Prior to the Petition Date, the Debtors owned 16 Vessels and
provided worldwide sea borne transportation for various sectors of
maritime transportation, including the bulk, ore, oil, and vehicle
sectors.  Mr. Nobu Su is a direct or indirect shareholder of each
of the Debtors and was the authorized agent of the Debtors for the
first year of the Chapter 11 Cases.  He resigned as of May 12,
2014, and was replaced by Mr. Esben Christensen, who is the
“Designee” with sole authority over the Debtors from May 12,
2014, at 6:00 p.m. to present.  All 16 Vessels were sold during the
course of the Chapter 11 Cases, so that the Debtors' current
primary asset is Cash.  Some, but not all, of the Debtors have Cash
available for distribution.  Specifically, there are 3 types of
Debtors that have Cash available for distribution, referred to as
the "Cash Debtors."  The first type of Cash Debtor is those Debtors
with excess proceeds from the sale of their respective Vessels (and
certain other available Cash), consisting of A Duckling
Corporation, A Ladybug Corporation, A Handy Corporation, B Handy
Corporation, and F Elephant Inc.  The second type of Cash Debtor is
those Debtors who will receive a Cash distribution from other
Debtors as a result of Debtor Affiliate Claims against such
Debtors, consisting of C Handy Corporation and RoRo Line
Corporation.  The third type of Cash Debtor is Great Elephant
Corporation, which received the proceeds of an insurance
settlement.  The remaining Debtors do not have any Cash available
for distribution at this time.

As a result of the Bankruptcy Court's comments on June 13, 2017,
the Debtors approached the Lenders and the Committee as to a
potential settlement that could lead to an alternative plan.  The
parties reached agreement, and the Plan encompasses the agreement
they reached.  In an effort to make the Plan fully consensual, the
Plan incorporates a proposed settlement with Mr. Su that provides
the same $1,000,000 to the Su Parties that had been included in the
Su Parties Settlement Plan.  If the Su Parties do not accept the
Proposed Su Parties Settlement, there will be considerable Estate
Professional Fees incurred in litigating the confirmability of the
Plan with the Su Parties.  However, in the Debtors' view, the
Estate Professional Fees will be materially lower than would have
been incurred in litigating the Su Parties Settlement Plan with the
Lenders.  The Debtors also believe that, more likely than not, the
Lender Settlement Plan is confirmable even if the Su Parties do
object.  Taking into account the likely lower expense and likely
greater prospects for Confirmation, the Debtors have concluded that
proceeding with the Plan will, if the Plan is confirmed, result in
the same or better recoveries (depending on the Debtor involved)
than would be received by creditors in a Chapter 7.

The Plan establishes a "Plan Account," that will be managed by a
"Plan Administrator," to make distributions from time-to-time of
the Cash held by the Cash Debtors as of the Effective Date or
received by the Debtors after the Effective Date.

In addition to Cash on hand as of the Effective Date, it is also
possible that one or more of the Debtors might receive net
recoveries after the Effective Date from certain Causes of Action
that are preserved under the Plan. The Plan Administrator will be
appointed as the Debtors' representative with exclusive authority
and standing to analyze and potentially pursue Preserved Causes of
Action. To be conservative but not as an admission, the Disclosure
Statement assumes that there will not be any net proceeds recovered
from Preserved Causes of Action. However, the Debtors believe that
some of the Preserved Causes of Action may be available as a
defense and/or offset against some of the Claims against and
Interests in the Debtors.

The Plan has three primary purposes. First, the Plan is based on
the "Lender Settlement," which is a global settlement between the
Debtors, the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors, and the
Lenders. The Lender Settlement grants to the Lenders a release of
all Causes of Action the Debtors have or may have against the
Lender Release Persons, in exchange for a release by the Lenders of
all Causes of Action the Lenders have or may have against the
Estate Releases Persons.

Second, the Plan proposes the "Proposed Su Parties Settlement,"
which would result in the release by the Debtors and all of the
Lenders other than the BWAC Lender of all actual and potential
Causes of Action they have or may have against the Su Release
Persons in exchange for a release by the Su Parties of all actual
and potential Causes of Action they have or may have against the
Estate Release Persons and the Debtor Releases. The Proposed Su
Parties Settlement also includes a distribution from FEI and AHC to
or for the benefit of the Su Parties in the amount of $1,000,000.

Third, once all Claims and Expenses with potential priority ahead
of unsecured Claims are resolved, the Plan proposes to distribute
the remaining Cash on hand to the holders of those Claims to the
extent they are Allowed, together with the potential distribution
of a portion of any net recoveries from Preserved Causes of Action
to the holders of Allowed Claims against the Debtor(s) receiving
any such recoveries. There are also unsecured Claims held by one
Debtor against another Debtor, all of which are treated as
subordinated. There are also certain unsecured Claims held by a
Non-Debtor Affiliate of shareholder Mr. Nobu Su that are treated as
subordinated due to the contractual subordination provisions in the
Lender Facilities for Lenders who have not been paid in full.

A full-text copy of the Disclosure Statement is available at:

      http://bankrupt.com/misc/txsb13-33763-2848.pdf

                     About TMT Group

Known in the industry as TMT Group, TMT USA Shipmanagement LLC and
its affiliates own 17 vessels.  Vessels range in size from 27,000
dead weight tons (dwt) to 320,000 dwt.

TMT USA and 22 affiliates, including C. Ladybug Corporation, sought
Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. S.D. Tex. Lead Case No. 13-33740) in
Houston, Texas, on June 20, 2013, after lenders seized seven
vessels.

Two of the cases were dismissed on July 23, 2013.  The remaining 21
cases are jointly administered under TMT Procurement Corporation,
Bankruptcy Case Number 13-33763.  

The Debtors are: (1) A Whale Corporation; (2) B Whale Corporation;
(3) C Whale Corporation; (4) D Whale Corporation; (5) E Whale
Corporation; (6) G Whale Corporation; (7) H Whale Corporation; (8)
A Duckling Corporation; (9) F Elephant Inc; (10) A Ladybug
Corporation; (11) C Ladybug Corporation; (12) D Ladybug
Corporation; (13) A Handy Corporation; (14) B Handy Corporation;
(15) C Handy Corporation; (16) B Max Corporation; (17) New Flagship
Investment Co., Ltd; (18) RoRo Line Corporation; (19) Ugly Duckling
Holding Corporation; (20) Great Elephant Corporation; and (21) TMT
Procurement Corporation.

The cases of TMT Shipmanagement LLC, (Case No. 13-33740), and F
Elephant Corporation, (Case No. 13-33749).

TMT filed a lawsuit in U.S. bankruptcy court aimed at forcing
creditors to release the vessels so they can return to generating
income.

Judge Marvin Isgur presides over the case.  TMT tapped attorneys
from Bracewell & Giuliani LLP as bankruptcy counsel, and
AlixPartners as financial advisors.

The U.S. Trustee, in July 2013, appointed an official committee to
represent the interests of all unsecured creditors.  The Committee
consists of China Shipping Car Carrier; Hyundai Samho Heavy
Industries Co., Ltd.; KPI Bridge Oil Limited and KPI Bridge Oil
Singapore Pte Ltd; Omega Bunker S.R.L.; China Ocean Shipping Agency
Shanghai d/b/a Penavico Shanghai; Songa Shipping Pte, Ltd.; and
Universal Marine Service Co., Ltd.  In addition, Scandinavian
Bunkering AS was appointed as an alternate, non-voting member of
the Committee.

The Committee retained Kelley, Drye & Warren LLP as its principal
investigation/litigation counsel, Seward & Kissel LLP as its
principal bankruptcy/restructuring/maritime counsel, and FTI
Consulting as its financial advisor.  The Bankruptcy Court
permitted Seward & Kissel to withdraw as Committee counsel on April
2, 2015.

An Examiner was appointed to review Estate Professional Fees and to
provide a report as to the Non-Debtor Affiliate Avoidance Actions.

                Prior Filed Plans

Handy Debtors -- AHC, BHC, and CHC -- confirmed a joint plan of
reorganization on April 8, 2014.  However, the "effective date"
under the joint plan did not occur and, the plan was terminated,
followed by the sale of the Vessels owned by AHC, BHC, and CHC.

Mr. Su, on July 2, 2014, filed plans of reorganization for BWAC,
GWAC, and HWAC.  The plans could not proceed, however, because the
Vessels owned by BWAC, GWAC and HWAC were sold shortly after the
Plans were filed.

The Debtors, on April 10, 2015, filed two joint plans of
reorganization.  Proceedings on the plans and related disclosure
were postponed and, ultimately, the Debtors withdrew the plan.

As a result of the 2017 Mediation, the Debtors filed the Su Parties
Settlement Plan, which incorporated a settlement in principle among
the Debtors, the Committee, and the Su Parties.  The Debtors and
the Committee, in the exercise of their business judgment and their
fiduciary duties, decided not to pursue the Su Parties Settlement
Plan.


TOWN CENTER FLATS: Seeks Review of 6th Cir. Ruling on Rent
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Cara Salvatore, writing for Bankruptcy Law360, reports that Town
Center Flats LLC has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review a Sixth
Circuit ruling which states that in Chapter 11 bankruptcies of real
estate properties, lenders who are assigned rents can have
exclusive dibs on them, and they are not property of the bankruptcy
estate.

Law360 relates that after TCF defaulted on a $5.3 million
construction loan, lender ECP Commercial was assigned the rents
that apartment tenants would pay to TCF, a 53-unit apartment
building in Detroit.  A bankruptcy court ruled that despite the
perfected assignment, after TCF filed for Chapter 11, the rents
were still part of TCF's bankruptcy estate as cash collateral.  But
the Sixth Circuit ruled that ECP had total interest over the rents,
Law360 cites.

The case is Town Center Flats v. ECP Commercial II, Case No.
17-183, before the Supreme Court of the United States.

                     About Town Center Flats

Town Center Flats, LLC, based in Shelby Township, MI, filed a
Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. E.D. Mich. Case No. 15-41307) on Jan.
31, 2015.  The petition was signed by Vincent Di Lorenzo,
principal.  In its petition, the Debtor estimated $1 million to $10
million in both assets and liabilities.
The Hon. Walter Shapero presides over the case.  Robert N. Bassel,
Esq., serves as bankruptcy counsel to the Debtor.


TRANSMISSION SOLUTIONS: Wants to Use Newtek's Cash Collateral
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Transmission Solutions Group, Inc., seeks authority from the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania to use
cash collateral.

According to the Debtor, it is necessary for the continued
operation of the Debtor to convert some or all of the prepetition
assets to cash and to use the same during the post-petition
functioning of the Debtor.

The Debtor anticipated that Newtek Small Business Finance, LLC,
will permit the use of prepetition assets for postpetition purposes
assuming the provision of adequate protection is secured through
court order granting Newtek a security interest on all assets now
or hereafter acquired or generated by the Debtor-in-Possession
whether through the use of cash collateral, or otherwise to secure
the amounts owing to Newtek.  According to the Debtor, the consent
of Newtek for use of cash collateral is for a period of 90 days
from the Petition Date, provided that the use is solely in the
ordinary course of business and for the necessary operating
expenses.

Essentially all the assets of the Debtor-in-Possession existing as
of the commencement of this reorganization proceeding were subject
as of such a date to prepetition security interests and rights of
Newtek to secure the indebtedness of both the Debtor and its wholly
owned subsidiary company Calhoun Satellite Communications, Inc., a
related Chapter 11 Debtor filed simultaneously with this case to
Newtek, which the Debtor estimates was in the amount of $4.7
million.

The Debtor proposes that Newtek be granted a valid, perfected and
enforceable security interest in and upon all of the
Debtor-in-Possession's tangible and intangible personal property.
As further adequate protection, the Debtor-in-Possession will
continue to make payments to Newtek in an amount equal to the
payments required by the loan documents, which payments will be
made in the time and in the manner set forth in the loan documents
less principle payment, i.e., interest payments only.  In addition,
the Debtor immediately will bring current all interest in arrears
under the loan documents.  

A copy of the Debtor's Motion is available at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/pawb17-23388-17.pdf

               About Transmission Solutions Group

Transmission Solutions Group, Inc., currently operates a satellite
transmission business located at 1007 Old Route 119, in Hunker, PA,
among other things, provides satellite transmission services for
network and cable television companies.  Transmission Solutions
filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition (Bankr. W.D. Pa. Case No.
17-23388) on Aug. 22, 2017.  The Debtor hired Dennis J. Spyra,
Esq., as bankruptcy counsel.


TREY WEST: Case Summary & 5 Unsecured Creditors
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Debtor: Trey West Vacations, L.L.C.
        P.O. Box 1746
        Medina, TX 78055

Type of Business: Trey West Vacations is in the tourist agency
                  arranging transport, lodging and car rental
                  business.  It owns in fee simple interest
                  291 acreage valued at $6 million.  The
                  Company posted gross revenue of $3.10    
                  million for 2016 and gross revenue of $3.38
                  million for 2015.

Chapter 11 Petition Date: September 4, 2017

Case No.: 17-52110

Court: United States Bankruptcy Court
       Western District of Texas (San Antonio)

Judge: Hon. Craig A. Gargotta

Debtor's Counsel: Dean William Greer, Esq.
                  DEAN W. GREER
                  2929 Mossrock, Suite 117
                  San Antonio, TX 78230
                  Tel: 210-342-7100
                  Fax: 210-342-3633
                  E-mail: dwgreer@sbcglobal.net

Total Assets: $9.42 million

Total Liabilities: $5.99 million

The petition was signed by Robert J. Jenkins, Jr., president.

The Debtor's list of five unsecured creditors is available for free
at http://bankrupt.com/misc/txwb17-52110.pdf


TROVAGENE INC: Needs More Capital to Continue as Going Concern
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Trovagene, Inc., filed its quarterly report on Form 10-Q,
disclosing a net loss of $8.04 million on $102,011 of total
revenues for the three months ended June 30, 2017, compared with a
net loss of $10.20 million on $103,400 of total revenues for the
same period in 2016.  

For the six months ended June 30, 2017, the Company listed a net
loss of $18.04 million on $197,049 of total revenues, compared to a
net loss of $20.46 million on $223,886 of total revenues for the
same period in the prior year.

The Company's balance sheet at June 30, 2017, showed $12.56 million
in total assets, $9.05 million in total liabilities, and a
stockholders' equity of $3.51 million.

The Company has incurred net losses since its inception and has
negative operating cash flows. Based on its current business plan
and assumptions, the Company expects to continue to incur
significant losses and require significant additional capital to
further advance its clinical trial programs and support its other
operations.  Considering the Company's current cash resources,
including the net proceeds received from the offering of its equity
securities in July 2017, management believes the Company's existing
resources will be sufficient to fund the Company's planned
operations until the first quarter of 2018.  In addition, the
Company has based its cash sufficiency estimates on its current
business plan and its assumptions that may prove to be wrong.  The
Company could utilize its available capital resources sooner than
it currently expects, and it could need additional funding to
sustain its operations even sooner than currently anticipated.
These circumstances raise substantial doubt about the Company's
ability to continue as a going concern.  

A copy of the Form 10-Q is available at:

                        https://is.gd/N3LYHj

Trovagene, Inc., is a precision medicine biotechnology company
headquartered in San Diego, California.  The Company's primary
focus is to develop oncology therapeutics for improved cancer care,
incorporating its proprietary Precision Cancer Monitoring(R)
("PCM") diagnostic technology in tumor genomics.  The Company's PCM
technology enables detection and quantitation of oncogene mutations
in various solid tumor and hematological malignancies to identify
clinically actionable markers for predicting patient response to
cancer therapeutics.  Trovagenes lead product candidate, PCM-075,
was licensed from Nerviano Medical Sciences S.r.l. ("Nerviano"), a
leading European oncology research and discovery organization, and
is being developed for the treatment of patients with acute myeloid
leukemia ("AML").


VINCENT ABELL: Ct. Narrows Issues for Trial in Suit vs. Basnett
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Roger Schlossberg, the Chapter 11 trustee for the estate of Vincent
L. Abell, filed a four-count complaint against defendant Jocelyn
Cordice Basnett seeking a declaratory judgment and quiet title to a
parcel of real property located at 1416 Half Street, SW,
Washington, D.C. 20024.

Judge Thomas J. Catliota of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Maryland addresses the Plaintiff's motion for summary
judgment and an amended opposition and cross-motion for summary
judgment filed by the Defendant as those papers have been further
amended and supplemented in the record.

The Plaintiff contends the Property was acquired by the debtor,
Vincent Abell, pursuant to a deed dated July 14, 2004, and recorded
on March 23, 2007.  The Defendant asserts she holds legal title to
the Property by way of an unsigned deed dated Nov. 3, 2004,
recorded that same date.  She also contends the Abell Deed was
obtained by fraud and that she timely rescinded the sale agreement
that led to the Abell Deed.  The court held two hearings on summary
judgment and provided the Defendant numerous opportunities to file
documents to support her position.

Judge Catliota denies the cross-motions for summary judgment, but
in doing so, narrows the issues for trial.

On summary judgment, the court does not to make credibility
determinations, weigh the evidence, or draw inferences from the
facts. Therefore, the court concludes that the issue of whether the
Defendant had a reasonable opportunity to obtain knowledge about
the true nature of the documents before signing them will be left
for trial.

The court reaches the same conclusion on the Defendant's contention
that she timely rescinded the sales transaction. She states that
she exercised her right to cancel the contract through numerous
phone calls to Calvin Baltimore prior to the cancellation date, and
left numerous messages that she was canceling any agreement she
signed with Baltimore and was not moving forward. Her statements
are not contrary to the signed Sale Agreement because the
cancellation would have occurred after the agreement was signed.
They are, however, inconsistent with the Lease and Option
Agreement, which are not notarized or witnessed. The Defendant
would have had no need to sign those documents if she had rescinded
the transaction. In her response to the requests for admissions,
however, the Defendant states that she did not sign the Lease and
the Option Agreement, and they are a forgery and a fraud.
Therefore, the question of whether the Defendant rescinded the Sale
Agreement will be left for trial.

The validity and priority of the Defendant's Deed need to be
resolved in this proceeding only if the court finds, after trial,
that the Abell Deed is valid. If the court determines the Abell
Deed is not valid, then the estate would appear to hold no interest
in or claim against the Property, and the validity of the
Defendant's Deed is not a matter for this court. If the court
determines the Abell Deed is valid, then the validity of the
Defendant's Deed and the priority between the two deeds must be
resolved.

For these reasons, the court denies the cross-motions for summary
judgment. In doing so, however, the court concludes that Daniel
Crowley remained the personal representative of Carl Basnett's --
the Defendant's husband -- estate as of July 14, 2004. Therefore,
he was authorized to sign the Abell Deed. The court further
concludes that the questions of whether the Abell Deed was obtained
by fraud and whether the Defendant rescinded the Sale Agreement
that led to the Abell Deed will be left for trial. Finally, the
court determines that the Defendant cannot assert the status as a
bona fide purchaser for value.

The adversary proceeding is Roger Schlossberg, Trustee, Plaintiff,
v. Jocelyn Cordice Basnett, Defendant, Adversary No. 14-00056
(Bankr. D. Md.).

The bankruptcy case is In re: Vincent L. Abell, Chapter 11, Debtor.
Roger Schlossberg, Trustee, Plaintiff, v. Jocelyn Cordice Basnett,
Defendant, No. 13-13847-TJC (Bankr. D. Md.).

A full-text copy of Judge Catliota's Memorandum Decision dated
August 29, 2017, is available at https://is.gd/KFEu9N from
Leagle.com.

Roger Schlossberg, Trustee, Plaintiff, represented by Richard Marc
Goldberg – rmg@shapirosher.com -- Shapiro Sher Guinot & Sandler &
Frank J. Mastro, Schlossberg & Mastro.

Roger Schlossberg, Trustee, Plaintiff, is represented by Jean
Evelyn Lewis, Esq. -- jlewis@kg-law.com -- Kramon & Graham, P.A.,
Catherine Mary Manofsky, Esq. -- cmanofsky@kg-law.com -- Kramon &
Graham, P.A., Justin Akihiko Redd, Esq. -- Kramon & Graham, P.A.,
David J. Shuster, Esq. -- dshuster@kg-law.com -- Kramon and
Graham.

Vincent L Abell, Defendant, is represented by Lawrence A. Katz,
Esq. -- lkatz@hf-law.com -- Hirschler Fleischer, Philip James
McNutt, Esq. -- Pmcnutt@HughesBentzen.com -- Hughes & Bentzen,
PLLC, James R. Schraf, Esq. -- jschraf@yvslaw.com -- Yumkas,
Vidmar, Sweeney & Mulrenin, LLC.

Marta Bertola, Defendant, is represented by Christopher Hamlin.

James Esten Abell, Defendant, is represented by Robert Norman
Levin, Esq. -- Robert N. Levin, P.C., Richard M. McGill, Esq. --
Law Offices of Richard M. McGill, John Thomas Szymkowicz, Esq. --
jp@szymkowicz.com -- Szymkowicz & Szymkowicz, LLP.

Fela Bertola, Defendant, is represented by James Greenan, McNamee,
Hosea, et. al., Leah Victoria Lerman, McNamee, Hosea, et. al..

Caniss Construction, Inc., Defendant, is represented by Kevin M.
Tabe, Tabe and Associates, PC.

Adebowale Adeleke, Dismissed 4/30/2015, Defendant, is represented
by Marc A. Ominsky, The Law Offices of Marc A. Ominsky.

Maria-Theresa Wilson, Intervenor-Plaintiff, is represented by
Randell C. Ogg, The Law Offices of Randell C. Ogg.

                  About Vincent L. Abell

The bankruptcy case is In re Vincent L. Abell, (Bankr. D. Md. Case
No. 13-13847.


VITAMIN WORLD: Plans to File for Bankruptcy
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Long Island, New York-based Vitamin World Inc., a 345-store
retailer of vitamins and nutritional supplements, is planning to
file for bankruptcy to exit burdensome leases negotiation by its
previous owners.

"This action will empower us to move forward as a stronger
organization that can and will continue to service our millions of
loyal customers with premium offerings via retail and online
channels," CEO Michael Madden said in a statement.

Vitamin World, which was formerly owned by vitamin manufacturing
giant Nature's Bounty, is planning to file for bankruptcy as early
as next week, Soma Biswas, writing for The Wall Street Journal Pro
Bankruptcy, reported.

Private equity firm Centre Lane Partners acquired Vitamin World
from global vitamin maker NBTY Inc in 2016 for $25 million.  NBTY,
which was then controlled by Carlyle Group LP, sold the business
and kept core brands such as Nature's Bounty and Sundown Naturals.

Mr. Madden said Vitamin World intends to seek bankruptcy protection
after it was unable to strike out-of-court deals with majority of
its landlords to amend costly leases.

"For the past 18 months, we have tried to work with the landlords
to restructure problematic lease agreements that were negotiated by
the previous ownership," Mr. Madden, a turnaround expert who was
named president and CEO of the company in May 2016, told the
Journal.

"While a handful of landlords cooperated, the vast majority have
not," he said in a statement.  "At this time we have no other
option than to restructure the company's real estate portfolio by
filing for Chapter 11 protection."

According to CNBC, Vitamin World has hired RCS Real Estate Advisors
to negotiate with landlords on leases, and the law firm Katten
Muchin Rosenman LLP for the bankruptcy filing.

Specialty retailers selling vitamins, and supplements have been
under pressure due to declining mall traffic and competition from
online retailers.

Vitamin World -- http://www.vitanminworld.com/-- was founded by
Arthur Rudolph in 1976 in a kiosk in Williamsville, New York.



WALTER INVESTMENT: Ernst & Young LLP Casts Going Concern Doubt
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Walter Investment Management Corp. filed with the U.S. Securities
and Exchange Commission its amended annual report on Form 10-K/A,
disclosing a net loss of $833.86 million on $995.72 million of
total revenues for the year ended December 31, 2016, compared with
net loss of $263.19 million on $1.27 billion of total revenues for
the year ended December 31, 2015.

The Company's independent accountants Ernst & Young LLP, in Tampa,
Fla., states that on July 31, 2017 the Company entered into a
Restructuring Support Agreement ("RSA") that provides for a
prepackaged plan of restructuring ("prepackaged plan") in the event
the Company is unsuccessful in otherwise restructuring its
corporate debt.  The prepackaged plan would provide court relief
under the provisions of Chapter 11 of Title 11 of the United States
Bankruptcy Code.  These conditions raise substantial doubt about
the Company's ability to continue as a going concern.

The Company's balance sheet at December 31, 2016, showed $16.46
billion in total assets, $16.48 billion in total liabilities, and a
stockholders' deficit of $24.44 million.

A copy of the Form 10-Q is available at:

                        https://is.gd/Bduzos

Walter Investment Management Corp. is an independent servicer and
originator of mortgage loans and servicer of reverse mortgage
loans.  Based in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, the Company has
approximately 4,500 employees and services a diverse loan
portfolio.



WHEEL AND TIRE: Exit Plan to Pay Unsecured Claims $150K Per Month
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Unsecured creditors of Wheel and Tire Superstore, LLC, will receive
a monthly payment of $150,000 beginning in October next year,
according to the company's proposed Chapter 11 plan of
reorganization.

Under the plan, creditors holding allowed Class 8 unsecured claims
will receive $150,000 in monthly payments to be distributed pro
rata beginning in October 2018 and continuing through September
2020.  Beginning October 2020, unsecured creditors will be paid
$11,500 per month pro rata until all the claims are paid in full.

The plan will be funded from income generated from the operation of
the company's business.  The company believes it could generate
sufficient resources to pay creditors, according to its disclosure
statement filed on August 24 with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Western District of Texas.

A full-text copy of the disclosure statement is available for free
at https://is.gd/Z1PKhW

                  About Wheel and Tire Superstore

Based in Buda, Texas, Wheel and Tire Superstore, LLC -- fka Tires
To You, LLC, fdba 4Tires2U, and fdba Small Town Tires -- filed a
Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition (Bankr. W.D. Tex. Case No. 17-50096)
on Jan. 11, 2017.  The petition was signed by Monica Grace,
managing member.  In its petition, the Debtor estimated assets of
less than $50,000 and liabilities of less than $10 million.  

Judge Craig A. Gargotta presides over the case.  Michael J.
O'Connor, Esq., at the Law Office of Michael J. O'Connor, serves as
the Debtor's Chapter 11 counsel.


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