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              Wednesday, September 28, 2016, Vol. 20, No. 271

                            Headlines

2747 CAMELBACK: Files Plan to Exit Chapter 11 Protection
4402 MAMMOTH: Case Summary & 2 Unsecured Creditors
477 WEST: Unsecureds To Get Paid in Full in Cash Under Plan
7470 COMMERCIAL: Case Summary & 7 Unsecured Creditors
A.L. EASTMOND: 1225 Randall Buying Bronx Property for $2.8M

AE JEWELERS: Case Summary & 20 Largest Unsecured Creditors
AEROPOSTALE INC: Mall Owners Get Aggressive in Rescuing Retailer
AF-SOUTHEAST: Taps Anthony J. Cassar as Payroll Tax Professional
ALAN MISHKIN: Disclosures OK'd; Plan Hearing On Nov. 8
ALBANY LLC: Court Confirms Amended Chapter 11 Plan

ALEMAYEHU MARU: Hearing on Disclosures Scheduled For Oct. 24
ALIXPARTNERS LLP: Moody's Retains B2 CFR on Repricing Transaction
AMC PROPERTIES: Can Use Cash Collateral on Final Basis
AMERICAN CAPITAL: Egan-Jones Hikes Sr. Unsec. Ratings to BB
AMSHALE ENERGY: Case Summary & 2 Unsecured Creditors

AMY SINES: Court Approves 2nd Amended Plan Outline
ANGEL INVESTMENTS: Plan Confirmation Hearing Set for Nov. 3
ANTARAMIAN PROPERTIES: $175K Breakup Fee Award to SB Capitol Upheld
APEX ENDODONTICS OF TN: Can Pay Note Claims in Full, Bank Says
BALTAZAR ANTONIO: Disclosures OK'd; Plan Hearing on Oct. 12

BATTALION RESOURCES: Taps Lindquist & Vennum as Legal Counsel
BIOCLINICA HOLDING: Moody's Assigns B3 CFR; Outlook Stable
BLUE LEOPARD: Cash Collateral Motion Denied as Moot
BLUFF CITY SHEET: Mills-Wilson Can Enforce Lien v. Center City Land
BOMBARDIER INC: Fitch Affirms B Issuer Default Rating, Outlook Neg

BOMBARDIER INC: S&P Lowers CCR to 'B-', Outlook Stable
BOOM LIMO: Seeks to Employ John Downing as Bankruptcy Counsel
BREMAR DEVELOPMENT: Can Use First-Citizens Cash on Final Basis
BREWER CONSTRUCTION: Taps Gambrell as General Counsel
BROOKSIDE CLINICAL: Unsecureds to Get 10% Under 1st Amended Plan

BROWN'S CHRISTIANWAY: Taps James Valley as Legal Counsel
BW OIL: Seeks to Hire Ahlgren Law Office as Counsel
BWP SCHOOL: S&P Lowers Rating on 2013A/B Revenue Bonds to 'B-'
CADENCE INNOVATION: $10K Private Sale of Remnant Assets Proposed
CAESARS ENTERTAINMENT: Creditor Groups Back Ch.11 Plan Term Sheet

CAESARS ENTERTAINMENT: Egan-Jones Hikes Sr. Unsec. Ratings to CC
CAESARS ENTERTAINMENT: Parent Has Restructuring Deal with Creditors
CALICO VENTURES: US Trustee Fails to Appoint Creditors' Committee
CAMINO AGAVE: Can Use Cash Collateral on Final Basis
CARLOS DE LA ZARGA JR: Selling Mineral and Production Interest

CARTER TABERNACLE: Case Summary & 3 Unsecured Creditors
CASCELLA & SON: Court Allows Cash Collateral Use Until Oct. 31
CASTELLINO VILLAS: 9th Circ. Affirms Discharge of Attorney's Claim
CCM MERGER: Moody's Affirms B2 CFR; Outlook Stable
CCM MERGER: S&P Affirms 'BB-' Rating on Secured Credit Facility

CENVEO INC: Egan-Jones Ups Sr. Unsec. Ratings to CCC+
CHC GROUP: Court Allows Cash Collateral Use Until Oct. 19
CHERRY CONTRACTING: Has Until Sept. 28 to Use Cash Collateral
CHURCH HILL: Selling Tennessee Personal Property to Pay FTB
CITICARE INC: Plan Confirmation Hearing Set for Oct. 21

CLAIRE'S STORES: Moody's Affirms Ca-PD PDR, Outlook Negative
CLARK-CUTLER-MCDERMOTT: Cash Collateral Use Until Sept. 30 Approved
CLIFFS NATURAL: Egan-Jones Hikes Sr. Unsecured Ratings to CCC
CLOUD PEAK: S&P Lowers CCR to 'SD' & Rates 2nd-Lien Notes 'B-'
CLUB VILLAGE: CF SBC Pledgor 1 Cash Use Until Dec. 23 Allowed

COMMUNITY HEALTH: Egan-Jones Cuts Sr. Unsec. Ratings to B-
CONTOURGLOBAL LP: Fitch Affirms B+ Long-term Issuer Default Rating
CORE RESOURCE: U.S. Trustee Adds Now CFO as Committee Member
CREATIVE FOODS: Use of Ridgestone Cash Collateral Until Oct. 21 OK
D & C ENTERPRISES: Hires Alliance Financial as Tax Return Preparer

DCP MIDSTREAM: Egan-Jones Hikes Sr. Unsec. Ratings to BB+
DEBORAH WHITE: Disclosure Statement Hearing on Nov. 16
DEVON HEALTH: Plan Carves Out $25,000 for $8MM Unsecured Claims
DIGITALGLOBE INC: Egan-Jones Hikes Sr. Unsec. Ratings to BB
DOMINICA LLC: Employs Van Dam Law as Bankruptcy Counsel

DOMINICA LLC: Has Until Oct. 13 to Use Cash Collateral
DRM SALES: Files Amended Chapter 11 Liquidating Plan
EDWIN GORDON BOND: Unsecureds To Be Paid $100 Per Month Under Plan
ELK CREEK: Seeks to Hire Benson Blevins as Accountant
EMES PROPERTIES: Voluntary Chapter 11 Case Summary

ENERGY FUTURE: Paul Weiss, Young Conaway Represent Ad Hoc Committee
ESSER FAMILY: Disclosure Statement Hearing Set for Oct. 20
FELIX VELAZQUEZ: Plan Outline Ok'd, Confirmation Hearing on Oct. 12
FERDINAND RAMIREZ: Unsecureds To Recover 20% Under Plan
FIRED UP: Proposes Online Auction of Assets by TAGeX

FPMC AUSTIN: Selling Personal Property to St. David's for $1.3M
FRANK CARL KLEIN: Disclosures Okayed, Plan Hearing on Nov. 1
GAM VENTURE: Hires Cohen & Krol as Legal Counsel
GEORGE MARTIN ANAST: Unsecured Creditors to Get 10% Under Plan
GLEN HAMMER: Disclosure Statement Hearing on Oct. 25

GLM DFW: Plan Confirmation Hearing Set for Oct. 12
GOSPEL TABERNACLE: Can Use Multibank Cash Collateral Until Nov. 1
HEBREW HEALTH: Committee Hires EisnerAmper as Financial Advisor
HERC HOLDINGS: Egan-Jones Lowers FC Sr. Unsec. Rating to B
HESTER CONSTRUCTION: Asks for Conditional OK of Disclosures

HNC HOLDINGS: S&P Assigns 'B' CCR & Rates $360MM Facilities 'B'
HOLSTED MARKETING: Court OKs Rosenthal Financing on Final Basis
HUTCHESON MEDICAL: Court Allows Cash Collateral Use Until Oct. 28
HUTCHESON MEDICAL: Trustee Taps Ogier as Special Counsel
ICRCO INC: Wants to Use City National Bank Cash Collateral

INMAN STREET PROPERTIES: UCB Wants to Prohibit Cash Collateral Use
INTEGRO PARENT: S&P Affirms 'B' CCR, Outlook Revised to Negative
INTERNATIONAL SHIPHOLDING: US Trustee Adds 2 Members to Committee
IONIS PHARMACEUTICALS: Egan-Jones Cuts Sr. Unsec. Ratings to B-
JAC HOLDING: S&P Affirms 'B' CCR & Revises Outlook to Stable

JAMES SCOTT SMITH: Unsecured Creditors to Recoup 3% in 5 Yrs
JEFF BENFIELD: Court OKs Cash Collateral Use Until Oct. 26
JPS COMPLETION: Court Allows Cash Collateral Use on Interim Basis
KATHY DRIVE REALTY: Taps Notinger Law as Legal Counsel
KEVIN CHRISTOPHER GLEASON: Unsecureds to Get 39.5% or 46.6% in Plan

KEY ENERGY: Egan-Jones Cuts Sr. Unsec. Debt Ratings to D
KING REHAB: Taps Broege Neumann as Bankruptcy Counsel
KIRK'S FRAMING: Employs Adam Law Group as General Counsel
L & R FAMILY: Seeks Authorization to Use Cash Collateral
LBM BORROWER: Moody's Retains B3 CFR on $90MM Loan Add-On

LEHMAN BROTHERS: Court Dismisses 2138747 Ontario's Suit vs. Samsung
LIDA BAUCAGE PEREZ: Hearing on Plan Outline Set For Nov. 2
LINWOOD R. LOVETT: Summary Judgment Granted to CertusBank
LIONS GATE: Moody's Confirms Ba3 CFR & Rates New Facility Ba2
LIONS GATE: S&P Lowers Rating to 'B+', Off CreditWatch Negative

LKN PROPERTIES: Taps Newmark as Real Estate Broker
LOUISIANA-PACIFIC CORP: Egan-Jones Ups Sr. Unsec. Ratings to BB-
M2L TRANSPORTATION: US Trustee Fails to Appoint Creditors' Panel
MANUEL MEDIAVILLA: Plan Confirmed, PRLP Objection Denied
MARK HANDEL: Oct. 20 Plan Confirmation Hearing Set

MARSHA ANN RALLS: BWF Plan Proposes to Pay Creditors in Full
MATHIOPOULOS 3M: Has Until Nov. 30 to Use Cash Collateral
MAURO CEVENINI: Disclosures Approved; Nov. 15 Plan Hearing Set
MBAC FERTILIZER: Seeks Approval of CCAA Plan of Arrangement
MCGAHAN FAMILY LP: Hires Jack White of Kenai as Realtor

MCGAHAN FAMILY LP: Taps Jack White of Soldotna as Realtor
MEDICAL CASE MANAGEMENT: Files Chap. 11 Exit Plan
MENCO PACIFIC: Case Summary & 20 Largest Unsecured Creditors
MERITOR INC: Egan-Jones Hikes Sr. Unsec. Debt Ratings to B+
METCOM NETWORK: NFS Leasing Consents to Use of Cash Collateral

MI ARBOLITO: Cal. App. Affirms $2.7MM Judgment vs. PCMFI
MICHAEL ROBERT WIGLEY: BAP Affirms Plan Confirmation Order
MILLER AUTO: Unsecureds to Get 56%-86% Recovery Under the Plan
MIMM CONDOMINIUM: Hires David Softness as General Counsel
MYERS INDUSTRIES: Egan-Jones Cuts Sr. Unsec. Ratings to BB+

NATIONAL MEDICAL: Claims vs. US Bank, Lyon, Entitled to Jury Trial
NEW FOAM: Plan Confirmation Hearing Set for Nov. 16
NIKHIL BABU: Disclosures OK'd; Plan Confirmation Hearing on Nov. 2
NJOY INC: Appoints UpShot Services as Claims & Noticing Agent
NJOY INC: Hires Cohnreznick Capital as Investment Banker

NORMAN EDWARD McMAHON: Amended Chapter 11 Plan Filed
NORTHERN BEEF: Ch. 11 Professionals Won't Be Paid from Trustee Fund
OAK RIVER ASSET: Taps Coldwell Banker as Real Estate Broker
P & G FITTINGS: Seeks to Employs Francis Corbett as Counsel
PAUL GREMILLION: Disclosures Okayed; Plan Hearing on Oct. 5

PERRY PETROLEUM: Martin's Pastry Resigns as Committee Member
PHOENIX SERVICES: S&P Affirms 'B' CCR, Outlook Stable
PINNACLE OPERATING: Moody's Lowers CFR to Caa1, Outlook Negative
PINNACLE OPERATING: S&P Cuts CCR to CCC on Increased Liquidity Risk
PODIUM PERFORMANCE: Wants to Use Suntrust Bank Cash Collateral

PUERTO RICO: Federal Oversight Board to Hold First Meeting Sept. 30
QUEENSBORO 1: Taps David W. Steen as Legal Counsel
RAILYARD COMPANY: Magistrate Recommends Upholding of Trustee Order
RALPH ISOM: Plan Outline to be Heard on Nov. 9
RAMBUS INC: Egan-Jones Hikes Sr. Unsec. Ratings to BB+

REDIGI INC: Taps Kelley & Fulton as General Counsel
REGATTA CONSTRUCTION: Cash Collateral Use on Final Basis Allowed
RELIABLE RACING: Can Use TD Bank Cash Until Sept. 30
RESPONSE 1 MEDICAL: Taps Michael Hawes as Accountant
RETREAT AT ZION: Can Get DIP Financing, Use Cash on Interim Basis

REVOLVE SOLAR: Court Declares Cash Collateral Use Null and Void
RICE BUILDING: Disclosure Statement Hearing Set for Oct. 19
RIVER NORTH: Can Use Republic Bank Cash Collateral Until Oct. 4
ROBINSON PREMIUM: Seeks to Hire Coats Rose as Counsel
ROCKDALE MANOR: Lender's Claim Up $1.33 Million Under Amended Plan

ROCKET SOFTWARE: Moody's Affirms B2 CFR, Outlook Stable
ROCKET SOFTWARE: S&P Affirms 'B' CCR on Capital Structure Changes
RUTH DIETZMAN: Disclosures OK'd; Plan Hearing On Oct. 13
SAEED ZARAKANI: Westwood Allowed $40K Admin. Expense Claim
SALADO SMILES: Seeks to Hire Lott Vernon as Accountant

SAMUEL EVINS WOMACK: Earmarks $6,000 for $464,000 Unsecured Claims
SAMUEL WYLY: Hearing on Caroline Wyly's Exit Plan Set for Oct. 21
SENATE ACCEPTANCE: Disclosures Okayed, Plan Hearing on Oct. 18
SILVERLINE CUSTOM: Bank of Commerce Wants to Restrict Cash Use
SKILLMAN INTERNATIONAL: Can Use Cash Collateral For HVAC Repair

SONIC AUTOMOTIVE: S&P Lowers CCR to 'BB-' on Weak Cash Flow
SPOGAIN INVESTMENTS: Employs Fisher to Auction Property
THIRTEEN EAST: Hearing on Cash Collateral Use Set on Oct. 6
THORNBURG MORTGAGE: SEC Drops Several Claims Against Former CEO
TLC HEALTH: Home Health Patients Increases, 14th PCO Report Says

TMS INTERNATIONAL: S&P Affirms 'B+' CCR; Outlook Revised to Stable
TTJ ENTERPRISES: 2nd Plan Outline Notes 5% Recovery for Unsecureds
UNITED PLASTIC: Can Continue Use of Renasant Bank Cash Collateral
VALLEJO, CA: Officers Liable to Pay $50K Compensatory Damages  
VERENGO INC: Selling Substantially All Assets to Crius for $11.9M

VERENGO INC: Wants Approval for $22-Mil. Crius Solar DIP Loan
VICTOR JONES: Plan Outline to be Heard on Oct. 24
WANDA MENDEZ: Plan Confirmation Hearing Set for Nov. 1
WD WOLVERINE: Moody's Assigns B3 CFR; Outlook Stable
WEIGHT WATCHERS: Egan-Jones Cuts Commercial Paper Rating to C

WESTPORT HOLDINGS: Wants to Use CPIF Cash Collateral
WILLIAM COLE: Proposes to Pay $15K to Unsecured Creditors
WINDMILL RESERVE: Employs Rosenbaum Sobel as Accountant
WORLD OF WOOD: Wants to Use Access National Bank Cash Collateral

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2747 CAMELBACK: Files Plan to Exit Chapter 11 Protection
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2747 Camelback, LLC, filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Northern District of Texas its proposed plan to exit Chapter 11
protection.

The restructuring plan proposes for the transfer of the company's
real property and improvements located along E. Camelback Road, in
Phoenix, Arizona, to HCSLR Camelback, LLC.

HCSLR is a Delaware limited liability company that will be created
for the purpose of acquiring and developing the real property.

Pursuant to the plan, 2747 Camelback's senior lenders will retain
all of their liens against the real property and will receive 100%
of the equity in HCSLR.

The plan will be funded by the senior lenders releasing to 2747
Camelback the funds in the amount of $500,000 held in NexBank
accounts.  The company will use the funds to pay all creditors in
full under the plan, with interest, shortly after the claims are
allowed by the court.

Class 4 general unsecured claims will be paid in cash no later than
10 business days following the effective date of the plan or the
allowance of those claims, according to the company's disclosure
statement explaining the plan.

A copy of the disclosure statement is available for free at   
https://is.gd/trcgCI

                 About 2747 Camelback

2747 Camelback, LLC, based in Dallas, Texas, filed a Chapter 11
petition (Bankr. N.D. Tex. Case No. 16-31846) on May 4, 2016.  The
Hon. Harlin DeWayne Hale presides over the case.  Davor Rukavina,
Esq., at Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr, P.C., in Dallas, Texas, serves
as counsel to the Debtor.

In its petition, the Debtor estimated $10 million to $50 million in
both assets and debts.  The petition was signed by Scott Ellington,
authorized signatory.


4402 MAMMOTH: Case Summary & 2 Unsecured Creditors
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Debtor: 4402 Mammoth Investors, LLC
        3501 Ocean View Blvd.
        Glendale, CA 91208

Case No.: 16-22700

Chapter 11 Petition Date: September 26, 2016

Court: United States Bankruptcy Court
       Central District of California (Los Angeles)

Judge: Hon. Julia W. Brand

Debtor's Counsel: David I Brownstein, Esq.
                  LAW OFFICE OF DAVID I. BROWNSTEIN
                  PO Box 16474
                  Irvine, CA 92623
                  Tel: 949-486-4404
                  Fax: 949-861-6045
                  E-mail: david@brownsteinfirm.com

Estimated Assets: $1 million to $10 million

Estimated Liabilities: $1 million to $10 million

The petition was signed by Arthur Aslanian, managing member.

A copy of the Debtor's list of two unsecured creditors is available
for free at http://bankrupt.com/misc/cacb16-22700.pdf


477 WEST: Unsecureds To Get Paid in Full in Cash Under Plan
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477 West 142nd Street Housing Dev. Fund Corp. filed with the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York a disclosure
statement pertaining to the amended plan of reorganization that
Shirley Pitts, the Debtor's president and shareholder, is
proposing.

The Plan Proponent is not aware of any valid Class V Unsecured
Claims against the Debtor.  The Chapter 11 Trustee has not as yet
filed Schedules.  

DeBlakely, Pitts, Callendar and McClain, occupants of the Debtor's
real property located at 477 West 142nd Street, New York, New York,
have filed unsecured claims totaling $4,250,000.  These claims
appear to be completely baseless and interposed solely for
obstructionist purposes, according to The Plan Proponent.  Indeed,
they are belied by the fact that these Occupants have historically
paid little or no maintenance, and if anything, are heavily
indebted to the Debtor for unpaid maintenance.  The city agency
claims also demonstrate that no investment of any kind for the
upkeep of the Property was being made by these Occupants.

Under the Plan, the disbursing agent or Plan Proponent will pay the
allowed amount of the Class V Claims in full, in cash, on the
Effective Date or as soon as practicable thereafter.  Class V is an
unimpaired class and is not entitled to vote to accept or reject
the Plan.

On the Effective Date, or as soon thereafter as is practicable, the
Property will be transferred from the Debtor to the Plan Proponent
or her designee pursuant to the Plan.  Any consideration for tge
transfer (whether by sale or otherwise) will be used to provide the
funds to implement the Plan.

A copy of the Amended Plan is available at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/nysb15-12178-75.pdf

The Plan was filed by Ms. Pitts' attorneys:

     LAW OFFICES OF DAVID CARLEBACH, ESQ.
     David Carlebach, Esq.
     Ira Abel, Esq.
     55 Broadway
     Suite 1902
     New York, NY 10006
     Tel: (212) 785-3041
     Fax: (347) 472-0094
     E-mail: david@carlebachlaw.com
             ira@carlebachlaw.com

          -- and --     

     Daniel Lavotshkin, Esq.
     LAVOTSHKIN LAW GROUP
     83-13 Northern Boulevard
     Jackson Heights, NY 11372
     Tel: (718) 701-8308
     E-mail: info@lawcenterny.com

477 West 142nd Street Housing Dev. Fund Corp. is primarily in the
business of ownership of real property located at 477 West 142nd
Street, New York, New York, also known as 1661-1669 Amsterdam
Avenue, New York, New York.

The Debtor filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection (Bankr.
S.D.N.Y. Case No. 15-12178) on Aug. 5, 2015.

Gregory M. Messer, Esq., the Chapter 11 Trustee, is represented
by:

     Adam P. Wofse, Esq.
     A Partner of the Firm
     LAMONICA HERBST & MANISCALCO, LLP
     3305 Jerusalem Avenue
     Wantagh, NY 11793
     Tel: (516) 826-6500
     E-mail: AWofse@LHMLawFirm.com


7470 COMMERCIAL: Case Summary & 7 Unsecured Creditors
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Debtor: 7470 Commercial Way Partners, LLC
        723 S. Casino Center Blvd.
        Las Vegas, NV 89101-6716

Case No.: 16-15253

Nature of Business: Single Asset Real Estate

Chapter 11 Petition Date: September 26, 2016

Court: United States Bankruptcy Court
       District of Nevada (Las Vegas)

Judge: Hon. Bruce T. Beesley

Debtor's Counsel: Samuel A. Schwartz, Esq.
                  SCHWARTZ FLANSBURG PLLC
                  6623 Las Vegas Blvd. So., Ste 300
                  Las Vegas, NV 89119
                  Tel: (702) 385-5544
                  Fax: (702) 385-2741
                  Email: sam@nvfirm.com

Estimated Assets: $1 million to $10 million

Estimated Liabilities: $1 million to $10 million

The petition was signed by David Suder, managing member.

A copy of the Debtor's list of seven unsecured creditors is
available for free at http://bankrupt.com/misc/nvb16-15253.pdf


A.L. EASTMOND: 1225 Randall Buying Bronx Property for $2.8M
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A.L. Eastmond & Sons, Inc., and its affiliates ask the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York to authorize
Easco Boiler Corp.'s sale of property located at 1225 Randall
Avenue, Bronx, New York, to 1225 Randall Avenue, LLC for
$2,750,000, subject to overbid.

A hearing on the Motion is set for Oct. 19, 2016 at 11:00 a.m.
(PET).  The objection deadline is Oct. 10, 2016 at 4:00 p.m.
(PET).

On July 6, 2016, the Court entered its Findings of Fact,
Conclusions of Law and Order Confirming Debtors' Second Amended
Chapter 11 Plan of reorganization Pursuant to 11 U.S.C. Section
1129 and Fed. R. Bankr. P. 3020 ("Confirmation Order"), confirming
the Debtors' Plan. On July 15, 2016, the Debtors filed Notice that
the Effective Date of the Plan occurred on July 11, 2016.

Pursuant to the Plan, the Confirmation Order approved and
authorized the merger of the Debtors into Easco Boiler Corp. to
form the reorganized Easco Boiler ("Merger").  The Merger was
consummated on or about Aug. 1, 2016 pursuant to that certain
Certificate of Merger dated and filed as of such date with the
Department of State of the State of New York.  Easco Boiler is
therefore the reorganized and sole surviving entity of the
Debtors.

Easco Boiler's co-marketing and sales team, Keen-Summit Capital
Partners, LLC and Keller Williams Realty NYC Group ("Broker"),
retained by order of the Court dated Jan. 22, 2016, conducted a
robust marketing process for the sale of the property.  Easco
Boiler received and evaluated multiple offers for purchase of the
property, culminating in an offer by the Stalking Horse Bidder with
no contingencies in the amount of $2,750,000 ("Stalking Horse
Bid"). After extensive good faith negotiations, Easco Boiler and
the Stalking Horse Bidder entered into the Sale Agreement dated
Sept, 19, 2016, for the purchase of the property.

The property constitutes collateral of the Debtors' pre-petition
secured lender, CCHP, LLC ("Secured Lender") pursuant to (i) that
certain Loan and Security Agreement ("Prepetition Secured Credit
Agreement"), dated as of Dec. 21, 2007, by and between the Debtors
and Sovereign Bank, which was ultimately assigned to the Secured
Lender, (ii) mortgages ("Mortgages"), dated as of Dec. 21, 2007,
executed by A.L. Eastmond & Sons, Inc. in favor of Sovereign Bank,
duly recorded on Jan. 25, 2008 in the Office of the City Register
of the City of New York, Bronx County, and dated as of Oct. 23,
2008, executed by A.L. Eastmond in favor of Sovereign Bank, duly
recorded on Nov. 13, 2008, in each case ultimately assigned to the
Secured Lender, and (iii) a Mortgage Spreader Agreement ("Mortgage
Spreader Agreement"), recorded on Nov. 4, 2010 in the Office of the
City Register of the City of New York, Bronx County.

By the Motion and the Sale Agreement, Easco Boiler is seeking to
sell the property free and clear of all liens, claims and
encumbrances under Section 363(f) of the Bankruptcy Code.  Easco
Boiler will utilize the proceeds of sale of the property to repay
the Secured Lender in part.

The Sale Agreement provides for certain benchmarks and deadlines
for completion.  Therefore, Easco Boiler is required to comply with
the deadlines in the Sale Agreement, including (i) entry of the
Sale Order within 30 days after execution of the Sale Agreement, or
Oct. 19, 2016, and (ii) closing of the sale within 15 days after
entry of the Sale Order, but no later than 45 days after execution
of the Sale Agreement (subject to a grace period), with time being
of the essence of the Sale Agreement as to the parties' obligation
to close on such date.

The Secured Lender holds a secured claim against Easco Boiler in
the amount of $11,973,347 as of the Petition Date, plus accrued and
unpaid interest from the Petition Date, less adequate protection
payments, less payment to the Secured Lender of proceeds of A.L.
Eastmond's sale of its Oak Point Property ("Secured Lender's
Claim").

Based upon the Secured Lender's latest Statement dated July 19,
2016, the remaining Secured Lender's Claim as of the date of the
Motion is approximately $6,463,136.  The Secured Lender's Claim is
secured by the property and substantially all other assets of the
Debtors.

All secured tax claims alleged against the property will either be
satisfied and discharged prior to the closing of the sale of the
property or will be paid in full from the proceeds of the sale. Any
other claims that are validly secured by the property will attach
to the proceeds of the sale of the property in the same order and
with the same priority with which they existed as of the Petition
Date.

It is anticipated that there will be insufficient proceeds over and
above the amount of the Secured Lender's Claim to pay any junior
liens from the sale of the property.  

Easco Boiler's Secured Lender has consented to the use of cash
collateral through Dec. 31, 2016 to allow for the sale of the
property on the timeline set forth in the Sale Agreement and
summarized above and to facilitate repayment or refinancing of the
remaining Secured Lender's Claim pursuant to the Plan.

Easco Boiler believes that it is in the best interest of all of
Easco Boiler's creditors and interest holders that Easco Boiler
proceed expeditiously with the sale of the property pursuant to the
Bid Procedures approved in the Plan and Confirmation Order and the
Sale Agreement to reduce the Secured Lender's Claim.

A copy of the Sale Agreement and Bid Procedures attached to the
Motion is available for free at:

        http://bankrupt.com/misc/AL_Eastmond_176_Sales.pdf

The Purchaser is represented by:

          Arnold Kert, Esq.
          KERT & KERT
          666 old Country Road, Suite 301
          Garden City, NY 11530
          E-mail: akert@kertlaw.com

                    About A.L. Eastmond & Sons

A.L. Eastmond & Sons, Inc., Easco Boiler Corp. and Eastmond & Sons
Boiler Repair & Welding Service, Inc., filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy
petitions (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. Lead Case No. 15-13214) on Dec. 1,
2015.

The petitions were signed by Arlington Leon Eastmond, Jr., as
president.  The Debtors have engaged Klestadt Winters Jureller
Southard & Stevens, LLP as counsel.  The Debtors listed total
assets of $34.59 million and total liabilities of $40.79 million.
Judge Sean H. Lane has been assigned the case.

The Debtors have provided products and services in over 15,000
locations throughout the tristate area and beyond, including
Yankee Stadium, the Trump Towers, Kings County Supreme Court, New
York Botanical Garden/Bronx Zoo, Queens County Civil Court, North
Shore University, Detroit School District, the Garfield Park Field
House in Chicago, Illinois, and the National Geographic Building in
Washington, D.C., to name a few.



AE JEWELERS: Case Summary & 20 Largest Unsecured Creditors
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Debtor: AE Jewelers, Inc.
          dba A&E Jewelers
        971 S. Green Bay Road
        Neenah, WI 54956

Case No.: 16-29476

Chapter 11 Petition Date: September 26, 2016

Court: United States Bankruptcy Court
       Eastern District of Wisconsin (Milwaukee)

Judge: Hon. Susan V. Kelley

Debtor's Counsel: Andrew N. Wagener, Esq.
                  BOLLENBECK FYFE, SC
                  W6260 Communication Court
                  Appleton, WI 54914
                  Tel: 920-735-1711
                  Fax: 920-735-1710
                  E-mail: wagener@bwsf.biz
                          wagener@bollenbeckfyfe.com

Total Assets: $322,423

Total Liabilities: $4.12 million

The petition was signed by Richard L. Meyer, president.

A copy of the Debtor's list of 20 largest unsecured creditors is
available for free at http://bankrupt.com/misc/wieb16-29476.pdf


AEROPOSTALE INC: Mall Owners Get Aggressive in Rescuing Retailer
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Esther Fung, writing for The Wall Street Journal, reported that a
move by a pair of mall owners to rescue distressed retailer
Aeropostale Inc. shows how some landlords are getting more
aggressive as they seek to stem a rising tide of vacancies and
store closings.

According to the report, Simon Property Group and General Growth
Properties Inc. were part of a consortium that won an auction to
purchase teen-apparel retailer Aeropostale, an unusual move in
which shopping-center landlords stepped in to rescue a tenant to
preserve the tenant's business.

The push to take over the struggling retailer comes at a time when
changing shopping habits and the growth of e-commerce are eating
into traditional retailers' revenue and in some cases forcing store
closures, the report related.  That, in turn, is weighing on mall
operators, forcing some to reconfigure their properties and add
other attractions to bring in shoppers, the report further
related.

According to WSJ, landlords don't like to see
going-out-of-business-sale signs on the windows and fear being
stuck with blighted space, said Thomas Dobrowski, senior managing
director of capital markets with real-estate-services firm Newmark
Grubb Knight Frank. That restricts the landlord's ability to find
higher-caliber, creditworthy tenants or market the space at higher
rents, the report related.

"Liquidation and bankruptcies tend to be messy and landlords would
rather avoid that at nearly all cost," D.J. Busch, an analyst at
Green Street Advisers, told WSJ.  "That said, we have not seen
landlords step in and 'save' a distressed retailer as it seems to
be the case with Aéropostale. This seems unprecedented."

                       About Aeropostale Inc.

Aeropostale, Inc. (OTC Pink: AROPQ) is a specialty retailer of
casual apparel and accessories, principally serving young women
and
men through its Aeropostale(R) and Aeropostale Factory(TM) stores
and website and 4 to 12 year-olds through its P.S. from
Aeropostale
stores and website.  The Company provides customers with a focused
selection of high quality fashion and fashion basic merchandise at
compelling values in an exciting and customer friendly store
environment.  Aeropostale maintains control over its proprietary
brands by designing, sourcing, marketing and selling all of its
own
merchandise.  As of May 1, 2016 the Company operated 739
Aeropostale(R) stores in 50 states and Puerto Rico, 41 Aeropostale
stores in Canada and 25 P.S. from Aeropostale(R) stores in 12
states.  In addition, pursuant to various licensing agreements,
the
Company's licensees currently operate 322 Aeropostale(R) and P.S.
from Aeropostale(R) locations in the Middle East, Asia, Europe,
and
Latin America.  Since November 2012, Aeropostale, Inc. has
operated
GoJane.com, an online women's fashion footwear and apparel
retailer.

Aeropostale, Inc., and 10 of its affiliates each filed a voluntary
petition under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. S.D.N.Y.
Lead Case No. 16-11275) on May 4, 2016.  The petitions were signed
by Marc G. Schuback as senior vice president, general counsel and
secretary.

The Debtors listed total assets of $354.38 million and total debts
of $390.02 million as of Jan. 30, 2016.

The Debtors have hired Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP as counsel; FTI
Consulting, Inc., as restructuring advisor; Stifel, Nicolaus &
Company, Inc., and Miller Buckfire & Company LLC as investment
bankers; RCS Real Estate Advisors as real estate advisors; Prime
Clerk LLC as claims and noticing agent; Stikeman Elliot LLP as
Canadian counsel; and Togut, Segal & Segal LLP as conflicts
counsel.

Judge Sean H. Lane is assigned to the cases.

The U.S. trustee for Region 2 on May 11, 2016, appointed seven
creditors of Aeropostale Inc. to serve on the official committee
of
unsecured creditors.  The Committee hired Pachulski Stang Ziehl &
Jones LLP as counsel.


AF-SOUTHEAST: Taps Anthony J. Cassar as Payroll Tax Professional
----------------------------------------------------------------
AF-Southeast, LLC seeks approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for
the District of Delaware to hire Anthony J. Cassar, CPA, PC.

The firm will provide these services in connection with the Chapter
11 cases of AF-Southeast and its affiliates:

     (a) performing general tax advice to the Debtors for the tax
         year 2016;

     (b) preparing any necessary new hire reporting to each state
         and providing new hire kits for each state with all
         required forms and notices; and

     (c) preparing and filing federal, state and local payroll tax

         returns for the Debtors for the periods ending on
         March 31, 2016, June 30, 2016, September 30, 2016, and
         December 31, 2016.

The firm's professionals and their hourly rates are:

     Partner                  $275
     Manager                  $175
     Senior Staff             $125
     Staff                     $85
     Clerical/Administration   $75

Anthony Cassar, a certified public accountant, 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:

     Anthony J. Cassar
     Anthony J. Cassar, CPA, PC
     150 Broadhollow Road, PH Suite 11
     Melville, NY 11747
     Tel: (516) 771-7900
     Email: anthony@ajcassarcpa.com

                      About AF-Southeast LLC

AF-Southeast, LLC, Allied Fiber-Florida, LLC and Allied
Fiber-Georgia, LLC, are engaged in the business of designing,
constructing and operating an open access, physical layer,
network-neutral co-location and dark fiber network.

Each of the debtors filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition (Bankr.
D. Del. Case Nos. 16-11008, 16-11009 and 16-11010, respectively) on
April 20, 2016.  The petitions were signed by Scott Drake as sole
member.

The Debtors estimated assets in the range of $10 million to $50
million and liabilities of up to $50 million.

The Debtors tapped FOX Rothschild LLP as counsel; and PMCM, LLC, as
the Debtors' chief restructuring officer provider.

Judge Kevin Gross is assigned to the cases.


ALAN MISHKIN: Disclosures OK'd; Plan Hearing On Nov. 8
------------------------------------------------------
The Hon. Paul Sala of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of
Arizona has approved Alan R. Mishkin's disclosure statement
referring to a Chapter 11 plan filed by the Debtor and ILMD, LLC.

The hearing to consider the confirmation of the Plan will be held
on Nov. 8, 2016, at 11:00 a.m.

The written report by proponent will be filed three business days
prior to the hearing date set for confirmation of the Plan.

Alan R. Mishkin filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection (Bankr.
D. Ariz. Case No. 15-15440) on Dec. 7, 2015.


ALBANY LLC: Court Confirms Amended Chapter 11 Plan
--------------------------------------------------
The Hon. Carol A. Doyle of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Northern District of Illinois simultaneously approved the Second
Amended Disclosure Statement and confirmed the Amended Plan filed
by Albany LLC.

As previously reported by The Troubled Company Reporter, the Plan
provides that Class 3 General Unsecured Claims, which total
$27,000, are impaired, and 10% of the allowed amount will be paid
in full within 12 months of the Plan Effective Date.  A copy of the
Disclosure Statement is available at:

        http://bankrupt.com/misc/ilnb16-02426-60.pdf

The case is set for a post-confirmation status on Nov. 3, 2016, at
10:30 a.m., in Courtroom 742, at 219 S. Dearborn Street, in
Chicago, Illinois.

                           About Albany LLC           

Albany LLC was formed as an Illinois Limited Liability Company in
2001.  In 2003, the Debtor acquired the property located at 1771 W.
Greenleaf, Chicago, Illinois.  The property consists of a two story
mixed-use building with 5 first floor commercial spaces and 5
apartments on the second floor.  The Debtor is a single member LLC
and is managed by Don Schien.

The Debtor filed a bankruptcy petition (Bankr. N.D. Ill. Case No.
16-02426) on Jan. 27, 2016.  The case is assigned to Judge Carol A.
Doyle.  The Debtor is represented by O. Allan Fridman, Esq.  At the
time of the filing, the Debtor estimated its assets and liabilities
at less than $1 million.


ALEMAYEHU MARU: Hearing on Disclosures Scheduled For Oct. 24
------------------------------------------------------------
The Hon. Thomas J. Catliota for the District of Maryland will hold
on Oct. 24, 2016, at 2:00 p.m. the hearing to consider Alemayehu G.
Maru and Yanet M. Kebreab's disclosure statement describing the
Debtors' plan of reorganization.

The Disclosure Statement and Plan were filed on Sept. 1, 2016.

Oct. 6, 2016, is fixed as the last day for filing objections to the
Disclosure Statement.

Alemayehu G. Maru and Yanet M. Kebreab filed for Chapter 11
bankruptcy protection (Bankr. D. Md. Case No. 15-24165) on Oct. 13,
2015.


ALIXPARTNERS LLP: Moody's Retains B2 CFR on Repricing Transaction
-----------------------------------------------------------------
Moody's Investors Service said that AlixPartners, LLP's repricing
transaction is credit positive, however, it does not impact the
company's ratings, including its B2 Corporate Family Rating, B2-PD
Probability of Default Rating, and B2 rating on its first lien
senior secured credit facilities, or stable outlook.

AlixPartners, LLP is a global provider of a broad range of
consulting services, including Enterprise Improvement, Financial
Advisory, Information Management, Leadership & Organizational
Effectiveness, and Turnaround & Restructuring.  The company
operates 25 offices located in the U.S., Europe, and Asia.  Since
June 2012, AlixPartners has been majority owned by funds advised
and/or managed by CVC Capital Partners.  In the LTM period ending
June 30, 2016, the company generated about $960 million in
revenues.



AMC PROPERTIES: Can Use Cash Collateral on Final Basis
------------------------------------------------------
Judge Frank J. Bailey of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District
of Massachusetts authorized AMC Properties LLC to use cash
collateral on a final basis, pursuant to the same terms and
conditions as previously authorized by the Court.

The Debtor previously sought authorization to use cash collateral
which was subject to the interests of Santander and Lenders Trust,
to maintain and operate its properties.

The Debtor submitted a proposed Monthly Budget which provided for
total expenses in the amount of $3,436.48.

A full-text copy of the Order, dated Sept. 23, 2016, is available
at http://tinyurl.com/hcau9tw

               About AMC Properties LLC

AMC Properties LLC sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Mass. Case No. 16-12914) on July 28,
2016.  The petition was signed by Adrian T. Moylette, manager.  The
Debtor is represented by Norman Novinsky, Esq., at Novinsky &
Associates.  The Debtor estimated assets and liabilities at
$100,001 to $500,000 at the time of the filing.


AMERICAN CAPITAL: Egan-Jones Hikes Sr. Unsec. Ratings to BB
-----------------------------------------------------------
Egan-Jones Ratings Company raised on Aug. 29, 2016, the senior
unsecured ratings on debt issued by American Capital Ltd. to BB
from BB-.



AMSHALE ENERGY: Case Summary & 2 Unsecured Creditors
----------------------------------------------------
Debtor: Amshale Energy LLC, A Texas limited liability company
        2323 South Shepher Dr., Suite 800
        Houston, TX 77019

Case No.: 16-33754

Chapter 11 Petition Date: September 26, 2016

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

Judge: Hon. Stacey G. Jernigan

Debtor's Counsel: Douglas S. Draper, Esq.
                  HELLER, DRAPER, PATRICK HORN & DABNEY, LLC
                  650 Poydras St., Suite 2500
                  New Orleans, LA 70130
                  Tel: (504) 299-3300
                  Fax: (504) 299-3399
                  E-mail: ddraper@hellerdraper.com

                    - and -

                  James G. Walker, Esq.
                  4519 W. Lovers Ln.
                  Dallas, TX 75209
                  Tel: 214-358-1330
                  Fax: 214-358-1404
                  E-mail: j.walker@ix.netcom.com

Estimated Assets: $10 million to $50 million

Estimated Debts: $10 million to $50 million

The petition was signed by John Houghtaling, Houghtaling
Enterprises LLC, managing member.

Debtor's List of Two Unsecured Creditors:

   Entity                          Nature of Claim   Claim Amount
   ------                          ---------------   ------------
Bluebell Investments                                   $5,000,000
Trading, Inc.
c/o A. Thomaides &
Co. 20 Omirou,
PO Box 54060
3720 Limassoc Cypress

Davillier Law Group, LLC              Legal Fees          $60,000
1010 Common St., Ste. 2510
New Orleans, LA 70112


AMY SINES: Court Approves 2nd Amended Plan Outline
--------------------------------------------------
Judge Jacqueline Cox of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern
District of Illinois approved the Second Amended Disclosure
Statement dated May 30, 2016, filed by Amy E. Sines.

According to the Second Amended Disclosure Statement, the Debtor's
Plan provides that unsecured creditors owed $190,711 will receive
40 percent of the allowed amount of their claims from the sale of
the Marital Home.

A copy of the Second Amended Disclosure Statement is available for
free at:

        http://bankrupt.com/misc/ilnb15-17229_181_2DS_A_ESines.pdf

Amy E. Sines filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. N.D. Ill. Case No.
15-17229).


ANGEL INVESTMENTS: Plan Confirmation Hearing Set for Nov. 3
-----------------------------------------------------------
Rose Marie Allegro and Angel Investment Group, LLC, won conditional
approval of the disclosure statement explaining their Chapter 11
exit plan.

Judge Stacy Jernigan in Dallas, Texas, set:

     -- Oct. 17, 2016, as the last day for filing written
acceptances or rejections of the Debtor's proposed Chapter 11
plan;

     -- Oct. 17, as the last day for filing and serving written
objections to: (1) final approval of the Debtor's Disclosure
Statement; or (2) confirmation of the Debtor's proposed Chapter 11
plan pursuant to Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 3020(b)(1)
and all comments or objections not timely filed and served by such
deadline shall be deemed waived;

     -- Nov. 3 at 2:30 p.m. as the hearing date to consider final
approval of the Debtor's Disclosure Statement (if a written
objection has been timely filed) and to consider the confirmation
of the Debtor's proposed Chapter 11 Plan.

Rose Marie Allegro and Angel Investment Group, LLC filed separate
Chapter 11 bankruptcy petitions (Bankr. N.D. Tex. Case Nos.
16-32028 and 16-32029) on May 20, 2016.

Angel Investment listed under $1 million in both assets and
liabilities.

The cases are jointly administered.

The Debtors are represented by Robert Thomas DeMarco, Esq., at
Demarco-Mitchell, PLLC.


ANTARAMIAN PROPERTIES: $175K Breakup Fee Award to SB Capitol Upheld
-------------------------------------------------------------------
Judge Sheri Polster Chappell of the United States District Court
for the Middle District of Florida, Fort Myers Division, affirmed
the bankruptcy court's award of a breakup fee in the amount of
$175,476.45 to SB Capitol Group, LLC, and Gulf Shore Capitol
Partners, LLC.

On February 25, 2015, the bankruptcy court determined that SB
Capitol should be designated as the stalking horse bidder upon
finding that SB Capitol's bid was the highest and best offer
available.  Antaramian Properties, LLC, however, elected not to
enter into the transaction with SB Capitol and instead entered into
an agreement with NBR Shoppes, LLC, Naples Bay Financial Holdings,
LLC, Fred Pezeshkan, Iraj Zand, and Raymind Sehayek.  Based on the
protections granted it in the Stalking Horse Protection Order, SB
Capitol filed its Motion for Payment of Expense Reimbursement,
seeking expense reimbursement of expenses totaling $197,427.29.
While the debtors agreed that SB Capital Group was entitled to
expense reimbursement, NBR, filed an objection to SB Capitol's
Reimbursement Motion.

The bankruptcy court found that SB Capitol Group was entitled to
expense reimbursement, but not in the full amount requested.  The
bankruptcy court adjusted downwards the hourly fee rates requested
by SB Capitol Group's attorneys and capped expenses for meals.  On
April 25, 2015, the bankruptcy court ordered that SB Capitol be
paid, as the stalking horse bidder, a breakup fee of $175,476.45
for expenses in its failed purchase attempt.  NBR appealed.

NBR argued that it was error for the bankruptcy court to award a
breakup fee to SB Capitol because SB Capitol never entered into a
definitive purchase agreement.  Judge Chappell noted that the
bankruptcy court found SB Capitol's Letter of Intent and Investment
Agreement were sufficient to invoke stalking horse protections for
SB Capitol.  Furthermore, the judge pointed out that NBR recognized
in the March 9, 2015 Joint Plan of Reorganization that SB Capitol
would be entitled to breakup fees due to the fact that an
alternative transaction was accepted as part of the new Joint Plan
of Reorganization.  Since a final purchase agreement was not a
condition precedent in the bankruptcy court's Stalking Horse
Protection Order, and the debtors rejected the Stalking Horse bid
submitted by SB Capitol by accepting the Joint Plan's alternative
transaction, Judge Chappell concluded that the bankruptcy court did
not commit an error by awarding SB Capitol a breakup fee.

NBR also argued that the Joint Plan did not increase the economic
value to any creditor, class of creditors or equity security
holders.  However, Judge Chappell found that the affidavit of
Robert Frazitta, Vice President for the Naples Bay Property and
Trustee of the (Antatamian) Family Trust listed reasons to the
bankruptcy court why the Joint Plan was of benefit.  Judge Chappell
thus found that the Joint Plan increased the economic value to
creditors, any class of creditors or equity security holders, and
that the Bankruptcy Court did not commit reversible error in
awarding the breakup fee to SB Capitol.

Lastly, NBR argued that the amount of the breakup fee awarded to SB
Capitol was unreasonable under the circumstances.  However, in its
original order approving SB Capitol as the stalking horse, the
bankruptcy court approved a breakup fee award of up to $200,000.00.
Judge Chappell pointed out that NBR did not object to the
$200,000.00 expense cap at that time.  Since the bankruptcy court's
reimbursement award was within the limits set forth in the Stalking
Horse Order and was less than 1% of the total purchase price, Judge
Chappell found that the bankruptcy court's reimbursement
determination of $175,476.45 was reasonable.

SB Capitol moved the district court to remand the case back to the
bankruptcy court for a determination on attorney's fees for having
to defend the appeal.  However, Judge Chappell found that NBR's
appeal referenced case law and made cogent arguments that supported
its premise.  Therefore, the judge did not find good cause to
remand the case to the bankruptcy court for attorney's fees on
appeal.

The case is IN RE: ANTARAMIAN PROPERTIES, LLC and ANTARAMIAN
FAMILY, LLC NBR SHOPPES, LLC, NAPLES BAY FINANCIAL HOLDINGS, LLC,
F. FRED PEZESHKAN, RAYMOND SEHAYEK and IRAJ ZAND, Appellants, v. SB
CAPITAL GROUP, LLC and GULFSHORE CAPITAL PARTNERS, LLC, Appellees,
Case No. 2:15-cv-289-FtM-38 (M.D. Fla.).

A full-text copy of Judge Chappell's August 31, 2016 order is
available at https://is.gd/XzX7kF from Leagle.com.

NBR Shoppes, LLC, Naples Bay Financial Holdings, LLC, F. Fred
Pezeshkan, Raymond Sehayek, Iraj Zand,  are represented by:

          Edwin G. Rice, Esq.
          BRADLEY ARANT BOULT CUMMINGS LLP
          100 S Ashley Drive, Ste 1300
          Tampa, FL 33602
          Tel: (813)559-5500
          Fax: (813)229-5946
          Email: erice@bradley.com

            -- and --

          Jordi Guso, Esq.
          BERGER SINGERMAN, LLP
          1450 Brickell Avenue, Suite 1900
          Miami, FL 33131
          Tel: (305)755-9500
          Fax: (305)714-4340
          Email: jguso@bergersingerman.com

            -- and --

          Paul Alan Avron, Esq.
          BERGER SINGERMAN, LLP
          One Town Cener Road, Suite 301
          Boca Raton, FL 33486
          Tel: (561)241-9500
          Fax: (561)998-0028
          Email: pavron@bergersingerman.com

            -- and --

          Robert D.W. Landon, III, Esq.
          KENNY NACHWALTER, PA
          Four Seasons Tower
          1441 Brickell Avenue Ste. 1100
          Miami, FL 33131
          Tel: (305)373-1000
          Email: rdl@knpa.com

SB Capital Group, LLC, and Gulfshore Capital Partners, LLC, are
represented by:

          Danielle Susan Kemp, Esq.
          Robert A. Soriano, Esq.
          GREENBERG TRAURIG, P.A.
          101 East Kennedy Boulevard, Suite 1900
          Tampa, FL 33602
          Tel: (813)318-5700
          Fax: (813)318-5900
          Email: kempd@gtlaw.com

            -- and –-

          Jordi Guso, Esq.
          BERGER SINGERMAN, LLP
          1450 Brickell Avenue, Suite 1900
          Miami, FL 33131
          Tel: (305)755-9500
          Fax: (305)714-4340
          Email: jguso@bergersingerman.com

                    About Antaramian Properties

Antaramian Properties, LLC, sought bankruptcy protection (Bankr.
M.D. Fla. Case No. 14-10145) on Aug. 29, 2014.  The case is
assigned to Judge Caryl E. Delano.  The Debtors are represented by
David S. Jennis, Esq., at Jennis & Bowen PL, in Tampa, Florida.


APEX ENDODONTICS OF TN: Can Pay Note Claims in Full, Bank Says
--------------------------------------------------------------
Live Oak Bank tells Judge Marian F. Harrison in Nashville, Tenn.,
that Apex Endodontics of TN, PLLC, "is able and capable of
repaying" Live Oak's claims in full, unimpaired, and in accordance
with the specific terms of three promissory notes secured by the
Debtor's assets, in contrast to what the Debtor's Chapter 11 plan
indicates.

According to Live Oak, the Debtor's Disclosure Statement fails to
provide adequate information in accordance with 11 U.S.C. Sec. 1125
and its Chapter 11 Plan is patently unconfirmable as it fails to
comply with 11 U.S.C. Sec. 1129 and is not feasible.

Under the Plan, Live Oak's claims are classified into both secured
and unsecured classes, with value of Live Oak's secured claim being
contingent upon success of an Adversary Proceeding filed by Debtor
against American Express.  Live Oak laments very little information
and/or the likelihood of success, recovery and the effect on the
secured claim of Live Oak regarding the Adversary Proceeding is
known or has been provided for in either the Disclosure Statement
or Plan.

While stating that the exact value of Live Oak's secured claim is
unknown and contingent upon the success of the Adversary
Proceeding, the Debtor, Live Oak points out, also seeks to value
the secured claim of Live Oak to an amount of $317,997.11 to be
paid monthly over 10 years with 4.5% interest, with the remaining
amount of Live Oak's claim being classified as an unsecured
deficiency claim, in addition to the allowance of the Debtor to
sell the collateral securing the value of Live Oak's claim without
Live Oak's prior review and approval.

With respect to the proposed unsecured deficiency portion of Live
Oak's claims, the Debtor proposes to satisfy these claims
two-fold:

     -- first, by payment and an assignment of rents to the
non-debtor party, Apex Investments, LLC (a co-borrower on Notes 1 &
2), and

     -- second, by providing that the co-borrower, non-debtor
party, Apex Investments, LLC will pay Live Oak any remaining
balance of the monthly debt service owed Live Oak under Notes 1 & 2
in excess of the rent paid by the Debtor.

The Disclosure Statement and Plan, according to Live Oak, are
silent with respect to what
recourse rights the Debtor has against Apex Investments, LLC should
Apex Investments, LLC not make the payments to Live Oak as set
forth in the Plan and further fails to address the payment of the
arrearage on the monthly debt service that has accrued on Notes 1 &
2 prior to confirmation and implementation of the proposed rent
payments to Apex Investments, LLC.

Additionally, the Plan seeks to implement a stay with respect to
Live Oak's collection and enforcement rights under the Notes as to
non-debtor parties and coobligors,
in contravention of Live Oak's State law rights unaffected by
Debtor's bankruptcy filing.

Live Oak is a secured creditor of the Debtor by virtue of three
Promissory Notes:

     -- Note 1 is secured by a Deed of Trust and Assignment of
Rents on real property commonly known as 4240 Hillsboro Pike,
Nashville, Tennessee 37215 and all the assets of the Debtor and
co-borrower, Apex Investments, LLC.

     -- Note 2 is secured by a Deed of Trust and Assignment of
Rents on real property commonly known as 271 Indian Lake Boulevard,
Hendersonville, Tennessee 37075 and all the assets of the Debtor
and co-borrower, Apex Investments, LLC.

     -- Note 3 is also secured by all the assets of the Debtor.

As of March 10, 2016, the outstanding balances due and owing Live
Oak are:

     $1,926,981.84 under Note 1,
     $1,706,315.88 under Note 2, and
       $317,997.11 under Note 3,

for an aggregate debt obligation of $3,951,294.83.

Live Oak is represented in the case by:

     Aaron J. Nash, Esq.
     EVANS | PETREE, PC
     2550 Meridian Blvd., Ste. 200
     Franklin, TN 37027
     Tel: (615) 567-8161
     E-mail: anash@evanspetree.com

                About Apex Endodontics of TN, PLLC

Apex Endodontics of TN, PLLC, sought protection under Chapter 11
(Bankr. M.D. Tenn. Case No. 16-01708) on March 10, 2016. The
petition was signed by Graham Locke, DDS, member.  The Debtor is
represented by Griffin S. Dunham, Esq., and Alex Payne, Esq., at
Dunham Hildebrand, PLLC.  The case is assigned to Judge Marian
F. Harrison.  The Debtor estimated assets of $500,000 to
$1 million and debts of $1 million to $10 million at the time of
the filing.


BALTAZAR ANTONIO: Disclosures OK'd; Plan Hearing on Oct. 12
-----------------------------------------------------------
The Hon. Mildred Caban Flores of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Puerto Rico has approved Baltazar Antonio Negron Soto's
disclosure statement describing the Debtor's plan of
reorganization.

A hearing for the consideration of confirmation of the Plan will be
held on Oct. 12, 2016, at 9:00 a.m.  Any objection to confirmation
of the Plan must be filed on or before 14 days prior to the date of
the hearing on confirmation of the Plan.

The Debtor filed a Disclosure Statement and certain amendments on
July 8, 2016, and supplemented it on Aug. 29, 2016, referring to
the Plan filed on Aug. 29, 2016.  A hearing was held on Aug. 30,
2016.

Acceptances or rejections of the Plan may be filed in writing by
the holders of all claims on or before 14 days prior to the date of
the hearing on confirmation of the Plan.

Baltazar Antonio Negron Soto filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
protection (Bankr. D. P.R. Case No. 14-08847) on Oct. 28, 2014.


BATTALION RESOURCES: Taps Lindquist & Vennum as Legal Counsel
-------------------------------------------------------------
Battalion Resources, LLC and its affiliates filed separate
applications seeking approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in
Colorado to hire legal counsel.

In their applications, Battalion Resources, Storm Cat Energy
Acquisitions LLC, Storm Cat Energy (Powder River) LLC, and Storm
Cat Energy (USA) Operating Corp. proposed to hire Lindquist &
Vennum LLP to provide these legal services in connection with their
Chapter 11 cases:

     (a) assist in the preparation of the Debtors' schedules and
         statements of financial affairs;

     (b) assist in the preparation of documents related to
         financing and the sale of assets;

     (c) assist in the preparation of the Debtors' reorganization
         plan and the disclosure statement;

     (d) prepare court documents;

     (e) represent the Debtors in adversary proceedings and
         contested matters related to their cases; and

     (f) provide legal advice with respect to the Debtor's rights,

         powers and duties.

The firm will be paid at the customary hourly rates charged by its
attorneys.  The attorneys and paralegals anticipated to assist the
Debtors are:

     Harold G. Morris, Jr.     $510
     Harrie F. Lewis           $485
     Theodore J. Hartl         $455
     Stephanie A. Kanan        $275
     Marilyn Davies            $235
     Brandi M. Pruett          $195
     Jessica Groskopf          $150

Lindquist & Vennum is a "disinterested person" as defined in
section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code, and does not hold any
interest adverse to the Debtor, according to court filings.

The firm can be reached through:

     Theodore J. Hartl, Esq.
     Harrie Lewis, Esq.
     Stephanie A. Kanan, Esq.
     600 17th Street, Suite 1800 South
     Denver, CO, 80202-5441
     Tel: (303) 573-5900
     Fax: (303) 573-1956
     Email: thartl@lindquist.com

                    About Battalion Resources

Battalion Resources, LLC, Storm Cat Energy (USA) Operating
Corporation, Storm Cat Energy (Powder River), LLC and Storm Cat
Acquisitions,LLC filed chapter 11 petitions (Bankr. D. Colo. Case
Nos. 16-18917, 16-18920, 16-18922, and 16-18925, respectively) on
September 8, 2016.  The petitions were signed by Christopher M.
Naro, chief financial officer.

The Debtors are represented by Theodore J. Hartl, Esq., at
Lindquist & Vennum LLP - Denver.  Battalion Resources' case is
assigned to Judge Thomas B. McNamara, while Storm Cat Energy (USA)
Operating Corporation's case is assigned to Judge Elizabeth E.
Brown.

Battalion Resources disclosed total assets at $3.53 million and
total liabilities at $83.41 million.  Storm Cat Energy (USA)
disclosed total assets at $931,740 and total liabilities at $77.57
million.


BIOCLINICA HOLDING: Moody's Assigns B3 CFR; Outlook Stable
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Moody's Investors Service assigned new ratings to BioClinica
Holding I, LP, including a B3 Corporate Family Rating and B3-PD
Probability of Default Rating.  BioClinica Holding I, LP is the
parent company of the co-borrowers (BioClinica-Synowledge Holdings
Corp., BioClinica-eClinical Holdings, LLC, BioClinica Synarc Corp.,
BioClinica Clinverse Corp.) and will guarantee the debt. Moody's
also assigned a B1 to the senior secured first lien revolver and
term loan and a Caa2 to the senior secured second lien term loan.
The loan proceeds, together with cash and rollover equity, will be
used to fund the planned acquisition of BioClinica by Cinven, a
private equity firm, including the repayment of BioClinica's
existing debt.  The outlook is stable.

Following the close of the acquisition, Moody's will withdraw the
ratings on all of BioClinica's previously rated debt, which will be
refinanced as part of the pending transaction.

Ratings Assigned:

BioClinica Holding I, LP
  CFR at B3
  PDR at B3-PD
  Senior secured first lien revolving credit facility due 2021 at
   B1 (LGD 3)
  Senior secured first lien term loan due 2023 at B1 (LGD 3)
  Senior secured second lien term loan due 2024 at Caa2 (LGD 5)
  The outlook is stable.

Ratings To Be Withdrawn At Close:
Synarc-BioCore Holdings LLC
  CFR at B3
  PDR at B3-PD
  Senior secured first lien revolving credit facility due 2019 at
   B2 (LGD 3)
  Senior secured first lien term loan due 2021 at B2 (LGD 3)
  Senior secured second lien term loan due 2022 at Caa2 (LGD 5)

                         RATING RATIONALE

The B3 rating is constrained by BioClinica's small absolute size
and its high financial leverage.  Moody's estimates pro forma
adjusted debt to EBITDA of approximately 7.2x as of June 30, 2016.
The ratings are also constrained by some concentration by customer
and therapeutic area within the backlog.  The ratings are supported
by the company's leadership position in the specialized niche of
outsourced imaging services for clinical trials.  Moody's views
this as a defensible business that lends itself well to the
outsourced model and is unlikely to face significant new
competition given the investment required and relatively small
market opportunity.  The ratings are also supported by Moody's
expectation of adequate liquidity and modestly positive free cash
flow.

The stable rating outlook reflects Moody's view that the company's
earnings will grow over the next 12-18 months, supporting
deleveraging to the mid-6.0x range.

The ratings could be downgraded if the company experiences
significant contract cancellations or other business headwinds,
sustains adjusted leverage above 7.5x or if liquidity weakens.

The ratings could be upgraded if the company increases its customer
diversity, improves revenue and EBITDA performance, and sustains
adjusted leverage below 6.0x.

The principal methodology used in these ratings was Business and
Consumer Service Industry published in December 2014.

BioClinica Holding I, LP is a leading provider of specialized
services to the pharmaceutical industry with a focus on clinical
imaging.  The company's end markets include pharmaceutical and
biotechnology companies and contract research organizations (CROs).
The company is owned by private equity firm, Cinven.  The company
generated net service revenue of $273 million for the twelve months
ending June 2016.


BLUE LEOPARD: Cash Collateral Motion Denied as Moot
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Judge Mike K. Nakagawa of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Nevada denied Blue Leopard, L.L.C.'s cash collateral
motion as moot.

The Debtor sought authorization to use the rents from various
parcels of residential real property to pay homeowners association
fees, property insurance, property taxes, utilities, and other
maintenance expenses.  Included in the Debtor's Cash Collateral
Motion was property identified as 2201 Ramsgate Drive, Apartment
1027, Henderson, Nevada.

In Part 1 of its secured creditor Schedule "D", the Debtor listed
Washington Mutual Bank, F.A., as having a claim in the amount of
$245,000, secured by the Debtor's real property located at 7885 W
Flamingo Road, Unit 2167, Las Vegas, Nevada.  The Flamingo Road
property was listed in the Debtor's property Schedule "A/B".  The
2201 Ramsgate Property was not listed in the Debtor's Schedule
"D."

A proof of claim in the amount of $86,333.65 was filed on behalf of
PennyMac Loan Services, secured by the Flamingo Road Property.  

The Debtor filed its amended Schedule "A/B," which listed the 2201
Ramsgate Property and disclosed that it was not owned by the Debtor
on the bankruptcy petition date, but that a Grant, Bargain, Sale
Deed was recorded on May 17, 2015.  The Debtor's amended secured
creditor Schedule "D" disclosed that the 2201 Ramsgate Property
secures the claim of Deutsche Bank National Trust Company.

PennyMac opposed the Debtor's Cash Collateral Motion and filed a
motion for relief from stay.  PennyMac sought to exercise its
rights under nonbankruptcy law against the Flamingo Road Property.

Judge Nakagawa says that a separate Order has been entered,
granting PennyMac's motion for relief from stay.  He held that as
to PennyMac and the Flamingo Road Property, the Debtor's Cash
Collateral Motion is moot.

Judge Nakagawa held that as to the 2201 Ramsgate Property, the Cash
Collateral Motion will be denied.  He further held that Relief from
stay in favor of Deutsche Bank previously had been granted in the
RLP-Ramsgate bankruptcy proceeding.  He acknowledged that the 2201
Ramsgate Property was the subject of the prior Chapter 11
proceeding commenced in the Northern District of California by
Steve Mattos and Lorraine Mattos.  Judge Nakagawa furhter
acknowledged that the 2201 Ramsgate Property was the subject of two
prior bankruptcy proceedings before being transferred to the
current Debtor postpetition.  He concluded that relief from stay on
an in rem basis would be appropriate, if such relief is requested
in the current proceeding.

Judge Nakagawa found that the Debtor proposes to use the rents
generated from the 2201 Ramsgate Property that constitutes the cash
collateral of a party whose loan has never been assumed by the
Debtor and that it proposes simply to maintain the property without
turning over any excess rental proceeds to the lienholder who
previously obtained relief from stay.  Judge Nakagawa held that the
Debtor has not demonstrated that it will provide adequate
protection to secure the interest of the creditor whose obligation
is secured by the 2201 Ramsgate Property.  

A full-text copy of the Order, dated Sept. 22, 2016, is available
at https://is.gd/ezaB79

                  About Blue Leopard

Blue Leopard L.L.C. sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Nev. Case No. 16-10686) on Feb. 18,
2016.  The petition was signed by J. Colby Wheeler, managing
member.  The case is assigned to Judge Mike K. Nakagawa.  The
Debtor is represented by Seth D. Ballstaedt, Esq., at The
Ballstaedt Law Firm.  The Debtor estimated assets of $500,000 to $1
million and debts of $1 million to $10 million.


BLUFF CITY SHEET: Mills-Wilson Can Enforce Lien v. Center City Land
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Judge Paulette J. Delk of the United States Bankruptcy Court for
the Western District of Tennessee ordered that the automatic stay
of Section 362(a) of the Bankruptcy Code imposed in the Chapter 11
case of Bluff City Sheet Metal is not in effect to stay creditor
Mills-Wilson-George Company, Inc., from enforcing its lien against
the real property owned by Center City Revenue Financial
Corporation located at 212 South Main Street, in Memphis Tennessee,
nor from taking action to pursue its claim against a surety.

The Debtor contracted with Creditor for the purchase of materials,
as well as work and labor for fabrication, prior to the filing of
this Chapter 11 case. The materials were provided and work
performed under the contract prepetition. The Creditor alleges, and
Debtor does not dispute, that the Debtor defaulted on the contract
for the payment of the materials, work and labor. The Creditor
alleges that the Debtor has an unpaid balance of $77,856.21.  The
Debtor's schedules reveal an unsecured claim for $147,091.63 with
the Creditor listed as the unsecured creditor.

The Debtor argues that Section 362(a)(6) applies here to stay
enforcement of the lien against the real property owned by Center
City, since it is an act to collect a prepetition claim against the
Debtor. The Debtor also argues that Section 108 (c) applies to toll
the time period within which Creditor must file the state court
action to perfect and preserve its lien.

Judge Delk pointed out that the Debtor's petition does not reveal
that the Debtor has an interest of any kind in this real property
-- neither fee simple, leasehold nor mere possessory interest.
Because the property against which the Notice of Lien was filed is
not property of the estate, nor is it property of the Debtor, and
the lawsuit which the Creditor seeks to file in state court is not
in pursuit of a claim against the Debtor, rather it is a claim
against property in which the Debtor has no interest, the automatic
stay of Section 362 does not apply, Judge Delk held.

It does not bar the Creditor from filing the required lawsuit in
state court to enforce its lien, Judge Delk further held.  To the
extent that the Creditor has a claim against a surety on a bond
arising out of the debt owed by the Debtor, the automatic stay does
not apply to an action to collect solely on the bond, the judge
said.

Since the automatic stay does not apply, Section 108(c), which
tolls the effect of the automatic stay for a statutorily determined
time period, is not applicable in this matter, the judge said.
Thus it does not toll the running of the 90-day period under T.C.A.
Section 66-11-115, the judge added.

A full-text copy of the Memorandum Opinion and Order dated
September 15, 2016 is available at https://is.gd/GM5dOr from
Leagle.com.

Bluff City Sheet Metal is represented by:

          John Ryder, Esq.
          40 Main St., Suite 2700
          Memphis, TN 38103-2555
          Tel: (901)525-1455
          Fax: (901)526-4084
          Email: jryder@harisshelton.com

U.S. Trustee is represented by:

          Carrie Ann Rohrschelb, Esq.
          200 Jefferson Avenue, Suite 400
          Memphis, TN 38103
          Tel: (901)544-3251
          Fax: (901)544-4138

                     About Bluff City Sheet

Bluff City Sheet Metal, Inc., sought chapter 11 protection (Bankr.
W.D. Tenn. Case No. 16-24627) on May 17, 2016, and is represented
by John L. Ryder, Esq., at Harris Shelton Hanover Walsh, PLLC, in
Memphis.  At the time of the filing, the Debtor estimated its
assets and liabilities in the range of $1 million to $10 million.


BOMBARDIER INC: Fitch Affirms B Issuer Default Rating, Outlook Neg
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Fitch Ratings has affirmed Bombardier Inc.'s (BBD) Issuer Default
Rating (IDR) at 'B' and Long-Term debt and bank facility ratings at
'B'/'RR4'. The Rating Outlook is Negative. A full list of rating
actions follows at the end of this release.

KEY RATING DRIVERS

BBD's IDR of 'B' incorporates significantly negative free cash flow
(FCF) that Fitch expects will continue at least through 2018, high
leverage, risks associated with the production ramp for the C
Series, low industry demand for business jets, and competitive
conditions in Bombardier Transportation's (BT) rail equipment
business. Fitch expects liquidity will be adequate to fund negative
FCF into 2018, assuming at least half of scheduled debt maturities
are refinanced, but liquidity will become a larger concern if FCF
does not become positive during 2018. There are no material debt
maturities before the end of 2017, but $1.4 billion of long-term
debt will be due in 2018.

The Negative Outlook considers BBD's negative FCF, potential
liquidity concerns related to debt maturities beginning in 2018,
and limited financial flexibility and weak operating performance,
which reduce BBD's ability to adjust to negative developments.
Fitch could consider stabilizing the Outlook if Fitch gains
confidence that FCF will become positive by the end of 2018 and BBD
effectively addresses future debt maturities.

Rating concerns are mitigated by BBD's strengths, which include:
well established market positions in its business jet, regional
aircraft and rail transportation businesses, early progress toward
building higher margins, high liquidity in the near term, and entry
into service of the C Series in mid-2016, which so far is meeting
performance targets.

Liquidity has increased materially in 2016 due to $2.5 billion of
cash raised from the sale of minority interests in BT and the C
Series program. In February 2016 BBD sold a 30% stake in BT for
$1.5 billion to Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec (CDPQ), and
it sold a 49.5% interest in the C Series program for $1 billion to
the Government of Quebec in 2016. BBD's pro forma cash at June 30,
2016 totaled $3.8 billion, adjusted to include all of the proceeds
from the C Series equity stake. FCF typically is strongest in the
last half of the year, particularly the fourth quarter, and Fitch
estimates cash at the end of 2016 could be flat to slightly higher,
compared with $3.8 billion at June 30, 2016.

Fitch estimates FCF in 2016 will be negative $1.4 billion, which
would represent an improvement from negative $2 billion in 2015.
Fitch's estimate is slightly larger than its previous estimate of
negative $1.3 billion due to a build-up of C Series inventory
associated with late deliveries of GTF engines by Pratt & Whitney.
BBD now plans to deliver seven C Series aircraft in 2016, down from
its original plan of at least 15 aircraft. Due to the delay and
other production risks that are possible, Fitch believes it could
be challenging for the C Series to become cash positive by 2020 or
2021 as originally projected by BBD; although it is still early in
the production ramp-up and there is time to make adjustments. The C
Series has a backlog of 369 orders (329 orders excluding Republic
Airways) which is sufficient to support the production ramp through
2020. In 2016, development spending for the C Series is winding
down with entry into service for the CS300 planned by the end of
the year. However, development spending will remain elevated for
the Global 7000 business jet.

Fitch notes that funds from the sale of equity stakes in BT and the
C Series support BBD's liquidity, but the transactions also reduce
BBD's share of long term earnings in the businesses. The reduction
in earnings and dividends from BT will be material while the C
Series will generate losses initially. Fitch does not expect to
adjust credit metrics related to EBITDA but BT's FCF will be
reduced if CDPQ receives cash dividends from the transportation
business.

Fitch believes BBD is taking effective actions to improve its
operating performance, and several developments could lead to an
improved outlook for BBD's results. These include a successful ramp
of C Series production, entry into service of the Global 7000 on
budget and on time (currently expected in late 2018), a recovery in
the business jet market, an effective realignment of BT's
operations leading to higher margins (although past efforts have
had limited success), and possible additional support from the
governments of Quebec or Canada.

Operating concerns include low margins, the weak business jet
market and execution challenges at BT which are being addressed
through BT's action to streamline the business and realize
operating synergies. BBD will incur approximately $250 million to
$300 million of charges to reduce its workforce across the company
in 2016 and 2017 by 7,000 employees, or roughly 10% of BBD's total
headcount. The workforce reductions will be concentrated at BT
(3,200 employee reductions) and Aerostructures (2,500 employee
reductions).

Other concerns include competitive pressure in each of BBD's
segments, the risk of C Series cancellations, and high leverage. An
eventual return to positive FCF would help BBD's rebuild its
financial flexibility and support the company's plan to
de-leverage. However, Fitch believes a meaningful decline in
leverage over the long term will be difficult to achieve without a
successful ramp of C Series production, timely entry into service
of the Global 7000 business jet, higher margins at BT, and a clear
plan to address the reduction of earnings and cash flow associated
with the minority interests in BT and the C Series. Rating concerns
are mitigated by BBD's diversification and market positions in the
aerospace and transportation businesses and a portfolio of
commercial aircraft and large business jets which the company has
continued to refresh.

BBD's bank facilities contain various leverage and liquidity
requirements for both BBD, including Bombardier Aerospace (BA), and
BT. Minimum required liquidity at the end of each quarter is $750
million for the BBD facility and EUR600 million at BT. BBD does not
publicly disclose required levels for other covenants but there is
a risk that weaker than expected operating results or an increase
in debt could result in noncompliance. The lowest levels of
covenant compliance typically occur in the middle of the year
instead of at year-end because of BBD's cash flow profile.

Fitch views BBD's strong position in the global business jet market
as a rating strength. In the regional aircraft market including
regional jets and turboprops, BBD is among the global market
leaders, but the segment is a smaller contributor to BBD's overall
profitability than business jets.

BBD's low margins in the aerospace business continue to be a
concern, and weakness in the large business jet category could
hinder BBD's long-term profitability and cash flow. BBD plans to
implement furloughs during certain periods in 2017 for its Global
5000 and 6000 business jets to manage production levels. In the
near term, aerospace margins will be negatively affected by lower
production of global business jets in 2016, and profitability will
be pressured by negative margins on the
C Series for several years while production ramps up.

BBD has been challenged to generate orders for its regional
aircraft and the backlog as of June 30, 2016 was near the lower end
of its historical range despite an increase in orders through the
first half of 2016. This trend is a concern when considering
Embraer which competes with BBD's regional jets and continues to
invest in aircraft development.

BT has strong positions in its rail markets, particularly in
Europe, which represents BT's largest market. The competitive
landscape is evolving, however, including several mergers and
acquisitions. These transactions could exacerbate pricing pressure
across the industry and make it more challenging for BT to build
stronger margins, which remain below its long-term goal of 8%.
Revenue was down 8% in the first half of 2016 but segment EBIT was
down 2.5%, partly reflecting BT's streamlining of operations and
focus on higher-margin services and systems revenue. BT has much
lower capital requirements than BBD's aerospace businesses and
generates more stable FCF, but the timing of BT's FCF can vary
between quarters due to the nature of its contracts.

The Recovery Rating (RR) of '4' for BBD's senior unsecured debt and
bank credit facility supports a rating of 'B', reflecting
expectations of average recovery prospects (31% - 50%) in a
distressed scenario. Although Fitch's recovery model produces a
Recovery Rating of 'RR3', Fitch assigns an 'RR4' Recovery Rating
due to BBD's near-term risks as well as negative earnings and cash
flow associated with the C Series until there is better visibility
of long-term performance of the program.

The recovery analysis assumes that, in a distress scenario, BT is
separated from BBD and is excluded from bankruptcy as BT is
relatively independent of BBD's aerospace business. BT is
consistently profitable, generates positive FCF and has little
outstanding debt, although its use of factoring and forfaiting is
substantial. BT's bank facility is not guaranteed by BBD. Under
this scenario, Fitch excludes earnings dilution from the C Series
during the next few years and assumes a fair valuation is received
for BBD's 70% interest in BT, with the value added to BA's
stand-alone going concern value. The 'RR6' for subordinated
convertible debt and preferred stock reflects a low priority
position relative to BBD's debt.

KEY ASSUMPTIONS

Fitch's key assumptions within its rating case for the issuer
include:

   -- FCF in 2016 will be approximately negative $1.4 billion;

   -- Business jet deliveries in 2016 decline to 150 aircraft,
      including 50 large jets, compared to 199 aircraft in 2015;

   -- C Series deliveries in 2017 increase to at least 30 aircraft

      following a reduction to the delivery schedule in 2016
      associated with delayed shipments of GTF engines;

   -- The commercial aircraft segment experiences losses for the
      next several years due production losses on the C Series;

   -- Development spending declines in 2017 as C Series shifts to
      production, but development spending for the Global
      7000/8000 continues through 2018;

   -- BT generates slow growth, excluding the impact of foreign
      currency, and slightly higher EBIT margins.

RATING SENSITIVITIES

Future developments that may, individually or collectively, lead to
a downgrade of BBD's ratings include:

   -- FCF is materially more negative than Fitch's estimated
      levels of negative $1.4 billion in 2016, declining below
      negative $1 billion in 2017;

   -- Cash balances decline below $2 billion before there is a
      clear path to reach positive FCF;

   -- C Series production encounters unexpected challenges or
      delays that increase the program's expected use of cash;

   -- Weak industry demand in the aerospace business leads to
      production cuts beyond levels already planned;

   -- Operating margins deteriorate consistently at BT.

Future developments that may, individually or collectively, lead to
a stable Rating Outlook include:

   -- FCF improves and appears likely to reach a breakeven level
      by sometime in 2018;

   -- Steady improvements in segment operating margins, excluding
      the expected negative impact of C Series production;

   -- Order rates for business and regional aircraft support high
      customer advances;

   -- Consistently lower leverage, including debt/EBITDA below
      6.0x.

LIQUIDITY

BBD's liquidity at June 30, 2016 included cash of $3.3 billion plus
approximately $1 billion of availability under bank facilities. In
addition to a $400 million bank revolver available to BBD and BA
that matures in 2019, BT has a separate EUR658 million ($730
million) revolver that matures in 2018 under which EUR100 million
($111 million) was outstanding. BA and BT also have letter of
credit (LC) facilities that are used to support performance risk
and secure advance payments from customers.

There are no material scheduled debt repayments prior to 2018 when
$1.4 billion of debt matures. However, BBD makes significant
pension contributions which it estimates will total $300 million in
2016. Net pension liabilities totaled $1.6 billion at the end of
2015, including $959 million at funded plans.

In addition to the two committed bank facilities, BBD has other
facilities including bilateral agreements and bilateral facilities
with banks and insurance companies. BA uses committed sale and
leaseback facilities ($110 million outstanding at June 30, 2016) to
help finance its trade-in inventory of used business aircraft. In
addition, BT uses off-balance-sheet non-recourse factoring
facilities in Europe ($1.1 billion outstanding at June 30, 2016)
and forfaiting arrangements with third party advance providers
($435 million at June 30, 2016) in exchange for rights to customer
payments on long term contracts at BT.

FULL LIST OF RATING ACTIONS

Fitch has affirmed the following ratings:

   Bombardier Inc.

   -- IDR at 'B';

   -- Senior unsecured bank revolver at 'B'/'RR4';

   -- Senior unsecured debt at 'B'/'RR4'.

   -- Preferred stock at 'CCC+'/'RR6'.

The Rating Outlook is Negative.

BBD's debt at June 30, 2016, as calculated by Fitch, totaled
approximately $10.8 billion.


BOMBARDIER INC: S&P Lowers CCR to 'B-', Outlook Stable
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S&P Global Ratings said it lowered its long-term corporate credit
rating on Montreal-based Bombardier Inc. to 'B-' from 'B'.  The
outlook is stable.

At the same time, S&P Global Ratings lowered its issue-level rating
on the company's senior unsecured debt to 'B-' from 'B'. The
recovery rating on the debt is unchanged at '4', indicating S&P's
expectation for average (30%-50%; lower half of the range) recovery
in the event of a default.  

S&P Global Ratings also lowered its global scale and Canada scale
ratings on the company's preferred stock to 'CCC-' and 'P-5'(Low)
from 'CCC' and 'P-5', respectively.

"The downgrade primarily reflects our view of the company's
increased sensitivity to protracted weakness in its end markets and
future delays to its C-Series program," said S&P Global Ratings
credit analyst Aniki Saha-Yannopoulos.

"We expect relatively soft overall demand in the company's business
and commercial jet segments to limit improvement in cash flow
generation over the next two to three years.  In addition, we
continue to estimate the company will generate large free cash flow
deficits over this period--notably related to its C-program. We
acknowledge Bombardier's sizable liquidity position, which provides
flexibility to fund its significant capital expenditures compared
to cash flow over the next few years.  However, we believe the
company remains exposed to weaker-than-expected market conditions
in its key end market, or further delays in its C-Series program
that could precipitate higher than expected cash flow deficits and
limit its financial flexibility.  Furthermore, we view a material
improvement in the company's highly leveraged credit measures,
which are potentially unsustainable over the longer term, as
unlikely at least through 2018," S&P said.

Bombardier announced that it will cut the delivery of its C-Series
in 2016 to seven from 15 due to delays in jet engine deliveries by
its supplier Pratt & Whitney.  At the same time, the overall
business jet industry and commercial jet segment in which
Bombardier operates remains under pressure; the company has
announced an additional US$150 million cash flow deficit due to the
C-Series delay.  S&P continues to forecast weak EBIT and negative
FFO through 2017, including a high cash flow deficit, due to the
ramp-up of the C-Series and delays in 2016 deliveries.

The ratings on Bombardier reflect what S&P views as the company's
weak business risk profile and highly leveraged financial risk
profile.  S&P's ratings take into consideration the company's
competitive market position in the transportation and business
aircraft segments, as well as Bombardier's product diversity. These
positives are offset, in part S&P believes, by the continued risk
associated with Bombardier's production ramp-up of the C-Series
jet, high leverage, weakness in the business jet space, and
declining cash flow from both the aerospace and transportation
divisions.

The stable outlook reflects S&P's view that even though the company
faces multiple risks, it has ample liquidity resources to manage
its operations.  Taking into account the weakness in the company's
business jet end markets, adjusted delivery schedule for the
C-Series, and Bombardier's bringing the C-Series into production,
S&P expects the company to face a US$1.65 billion-US$2.0 billion
cash flow shortfall through 2017 (of which
US$1.2 billion was spent in the first half of 2016), which could be
higher if it fails to meet its operational targets or faces
additional unexpected delays.  S&P believes the company's current
liquidity is sufficient for the company to meet its cash
requirements through 2017.

S&P might take a negative rating action if Bombardier's liquidity
weakens more than expected, due to either significant operating
under performance or weakness in the various end markets.  S&P may
also review the ratings if it views the company's capital structure
as unsustainable with limited financial flexibility.

S&P would consider raising the ratings if Bombardier generates
positive FFO leading to adjusted FFO-to-Debt in the low-to-mid
single digits.  This would be contingent on Bombardier being able
to place the C-Series into service, effectively removing the
execution and cost risk associated with the program, combined with
sustained improving margins and free cash flow.  S&P views any
positive rating action as unlikely in the next 12 months due to the
reduced revenues and negative free cash flow forecast under S&P's
base case.


BOOM LIMO: Seeks to Employ John Downing as Bankruptcy Counsel
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Boom Limo, LLC, seeks authorization from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
for the Northern District of California to employ John Downing as
bankruptcy counsel.

The Debtor requires John Downing to:

     (a) prepare and file, in the United States Bankruptcy Court
for the Northern District of California, any amendments to the
required schedules and statement of financial affairs;

     (b) appear at the initial debtor interview and any meetings of
creditors;

     (c) consult with the Debtor regarding the progress of its
case, handling inquiries from the U.S. Trustee and any creditors,
and amending schedules as necessary;
  
     (d) prosecute and defend any adversary proceedings;

     (e) initiate or defend any motion (e.g., motion for relief
from stay, turnover of property, avoidance of liens, approval of
sale of financing);

     (f) represent the Debtor in connection with any examination
conducted pursuant to Federal Rule of Bankruptcy 2004;

     (g) prepare the Disclosure Statements and Plans;

     (h) advise the Debtor and prepare the documents in connection
with the contemplated operation of Debtor's business; and,

     (i) advise the Debtor in connection with the disposal of any
assets of the estate.

John Downing will be paid at $300 hourly rate pursuant to the
parties' August 16, 2016 Attorney Client Fee Agreement.  John
Downing will also be reimbursed for reasonable out-of-pocket
expenses incurred.

The Debtor paid an initial retainer to John Downing in the amount
of $3,700.  Francisco Rezende, member and President of Boom Lino,
disclosed that he was paid by the Debtor the amount of $500 on
November 11, 2011, for reviewing Debtcr's vehicle loans, and
received the remaining $3,200 on February 5, 2016, for prepetition
work and for paying the filing fee.

Mr. Rezende assured the Court that the firm is a "disinterested
person" as the term is defined in Section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy
Code and does not represent any interest adverse to the Debtors and
their estates.

John Downing can be reached at:

         John Gregory Downing
         DOWNING LAW OFFICES
         2021 The Alameda, Suite 200
         San Jose, CA 95126
         Tel: (408) 564-7020
         Email: john@downinglaw.com

                About Boom Lino

Boom Limo LLC filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. N.D. Cal. Case
No. 16-50390) on February 10, 2016, and is represented by John G.
Downing, Esq. in San Jose, California.

At the time of filing, the Debtor had $1,000,000 to $10,000,000 in
estimated assets and $1,000,000 to $10,000,000 in estimated
liabilities.

The petition was signed by Francisco Carlos Rezende,
President/CEO.

A list of the Debtor's seven largest unsecured creditors is
available for free at http://bankrupt.com/misc/canb16-50390.pdf


BREMAR DEVELOPMENT: Can Use First-Citizens Cash on Final Basis
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Judge Laurel M. Isicoff of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Southern District of Florida authorized Bremar Development, LLC, to
use cash collateral on a final basis.

The Debtor is indebted to First-Citizens Bank and Trust company in
an amount not less than $3,083,050.03, plus expenses, costs and
fees that are chargeable or reimbursable under the Loan Documents.
First-Citizens was granted valid, fully-perfected, first priority
liens on and security interests in the Debtor's real property
located at 2150 W 76th Street, Hialeah, FL, and the rents derived
from the Property.

The rents are the Debtor's only source of income, and constitute
cash collateral of First-Citizens.

Judge Isicoff acknowledged that the Debtor's use of cash collateral
is necessary to fund the Debtor's day-to-day operations and the
administration of the chapter 11 case.

The Debtor was directed to make adequate protection payments to
First-Citizens by check in the amount of principal and interest due
under the Loan, as set forth in the approved Budget.

First-Citizens was granted a replacement lien on and security
interest in all post-petition rents, revenues, income and profits
attributable to the collateral or generated by the continuing
operation of the Debtor's business, subject to the Carve Out.
First-Citizens was also granted a super-priority administrative
claim, with priority over every other allowed claim, to the extent
the payments and replacement liens are insufficient to compensate
First-Citizens for any diminution in vale of First-Citizens'
Petition Date interest in the cash collateral and/or the Property.

The Carve Out consists of the unpaid fees due and payable to the
Clerk of the Bankruptcy Court, the clerk of any court to which an
appeal may be take, and the Office of the United States Trustee.

The approved 210-Day Budget covers the period beginning on
September 2016 and ending on March 2017.  The Budget provides for
total expenses in the amount of $30,412,34 for the month of
September 2016; $31,387.34 for the month of October 2016;
$29,838.49 for the month of November 2016; and $30,412.34 for the
month of December 2016.

The bar date for the filing of any complaint objecting to the
extent, validity, priority, amount or other aspect of the liens and
security interest encumbering the Debtor's assets, held by
First-Citizens Bank and Trust Company, is scheduled on Nov. 30,
2016.

A full-text copy of the Order, dated Sept. 23, 2016, is available
at http://tinyurl.com/jzc5fbr

                    About Bremar Development

Bremar Development, LLC, filed a chapter 11 petition (Bankr. S.D.
Fla. Case No. 16-21328) on Aug. 17, 2016.  The petition was signed
by Jorge D. Marrero, sole managing member.  The Debtor is
represented by Kristopher E. Pearson, Esq., at Stearns Weaver
Miller Weissler Alhadeff & Sitterson, P.A.  The case is assigned to
Judge Laurel M. Isicoff.  The Debtor estimated assets and
liabilities at $1 million to $10 million at the time of the filing.


BREWER CONSTRUCTION: Taps Gambrell as General Counsel
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Brewer Construction of Mississippi, Inc., seeks authorization from
the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Mississippi
to employ Gambrell & Associates, PLLC, as general counsel, nunc pro
tunc to the September 9, 2016 petition date.

The Debtor requires Gambrell to:

     (a) consult with any Trustee or any committee concerning the
administration of the case;

     (b) investigate the acts, conduct, assets, liabilities, and
financial condition of the Debtor, the operation of the Debtor's
business and the desirability of the continuance of such business,
and any other matter relevant to the case or to the formulation of
the plan;

     (c) formulate a plan; and,

     (d) prepare any pleadings, motions, answers, notices, orders
and reports that are required for the proper function of the
Debtor.

Gambrell professionals will be paid at these hourly rates:

         Robert Gambrell         $300.00
         LeAnne Abbott           $250.00
         Bridgette Davis         $200.00
         Paralegal               $100.00

Gambrell will also be reimbursed for reasonable out-of-pocket
expenses incurred.

Gambrell has received a $6,717.00 retainer, which was paid by the
Debtor.

Robert Gambrell, member of Gambrell, assured the Court that the
firm is a "disinterested person" as the term is defined in Section
101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code and does not represent any interest
adverse to the Debtors and their estates.

Gambrell can be reached at:

         Robert Gambrell, Esq.
         GAMBRELL & ASSOCIATES, PLLC
         101 Ricky D. Britt Sr. Blvd.
         Oxford, MS 38655
         Tel.: (662) 281-8800  
         Fax: (662)202-1004

Brewer Construction of Mississippi, Inc., filed a Chapter 11
petition (Bankr. N.D. Miss. Case No. 16-12771) on August 14, 2016,
and is represented by Robert Gambrell, Esq., at Gambrell &
Associates, PLLC.


BROOKSIDE CLINICAL: Unsecureds to Get 10% Under 1st Amended Plan
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Brookside Clinical Laboratory, Inc., filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania a First Amended
Combined Plan of Reorganization and Disclosure Statement, which
proposes to pay creditors from future earnings.

The Plan provides for one class of secured claims and one class of
unsecured priority claims.  Unsecured creditors holding allowed
claims will receive distributions, which the proponent of this Plan
has valued at approximately 10.00% of their claim as follows:
$824.62 per month for 48 months.  (The total amount of the plan
payments is $39,581.93 divided by the total amount of unsecured
claims of $395,819.32 = 10.00% return on each undisputed claim).

The Debtor proposes Plan payments at $8,765 a month for 48 months
for a total of $1,352,268 (which includes proceeds from the sale of
real estate) payable according to an Amended Plan Payment
Schedule.

Administrative claims include counsel for the Debtors, Eugene J.
Malady, Esq., upon application to the Court and consistent with the
Local Bankruptcy Rules.  Priority claims include the IRS, PA
Department of Revenue, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the City of
Philadelphia. These claims will be paid in full through the Plan
and at 3% interest.

John Iacono owns 100% of the Debtor. He is not seeking a
distribution other than his regular salary.

A copy of the Disclosure Statement is available at:

       http://bankrupt.com/misc/paeb15-19215-0117.pdf

Brookside Clinical Laboratory, Inc., based in Aston, Pa., filed a
Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition (Bankr. E.D. Pa. Case No. 15-19215)
on Dec. 31, 2015.  The Debtor is a corporation which was formed in
1975 for the purpose of laboratory services.  The corporation
provides on-site phlebotomy and full laboratory testing services to
patients in nursing homes and critical care facilities who are
typically bed-ridden and cannot travel to have their blood drawn.
The services are provided 24/7, 365 days a year and fulfil a
critical niche within the medical services industry.

The Hon. Jean K. FitzSimon presides over the case.  Eugene J.
Malady, Esq., at EUGENE J. MALADY, LLC, serves as Chapter 11
counsel.  In its petition, the Debtor listed under $50,000 in
assets and $1 million to $10 million in liabilities.  The petition
was signed by John J. Iacono, president.


BROWN'S CHRISTIANWAY: Taps James Valley as Legal Counsel
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Brown's Christianway Home for Funerals, Inc. seeks approval from
the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas to
hire a legal counsel.

The Debtor proposes to hire James Fitzgerald Valley to provide
these legal services in connection with its Chapter 11 case:

     (a) preparation of records and reports required by Bankruptcy

         Code and Rules;

     (b) preparation of applications and proposed orders for
         submission to the court;

     (c) identification and prosecution of claims and causes of
         action;

     (d) review and examination of proofs of claims;

     (e) advising the Debtor in connection with its plan of
         reorganization and negotiating with creditors; and

     (f) assisting the Debtor in performing other duties that may
         be required by the court.

Mr. Valley's normal billing rate is $300 per hour but it is
contemplated that the proposed attorney will seek compensation at
the rate of $150 per hour.

In a court filing, Mr. Valley disclosed that the firm is a
"disinterested party" as defined in section 101(14) of the
Bankruptcy Code.

Mr. Valley's contact information is:

     James Fitzgerald Valley, Esq.
     J.F. Valley, Esq., P. A.
     P O Box 451
     423 Rightor Street, Suite 3
     Helena-West Helena, AR 72342-0451
     Phone: (888)225-0811
     Email: james@jamesfvalley.com

                   About Brown's Christianway

Brown's Christianway Home for Funerals, Inc., sought protection
under Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Ark. Case No.
16-13155) on June 14, 2016.  The Chapter 7 case was converted to a
case under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code on August 11, 2016.
The case is assigned to Judge Phyllis M. Jones.


BW OIL: Seeks to Hire Ahlgren Law Office as Counsel
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BW Oil, LLC, seeks authorization from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for
the District of Minnesota to employ Ahlgren Law Office, PLLC as
attorney for the Debtor to the September 8, 2016 petition date.

The Debtor requires Ahlgren to:

     (a) represent the Debtor in all legal matters arising during
the control of Debtor's assets;

     (b) represent the Debtor in all legal matters arising during
the determination of claims;

     (c) negotiate with the creditors and third parties;

     (d) prepares and forms a plan to be presented to the
creditors; and,

     (e) performs such other services as are necessary for the
exercise of any and all rights available to the
         Debtor.

Ahlgren will be paid at these hourly rates:

         Erik A. Ahlgren       $275
         Staff                 $110

Ahlgren will also be reimbursed for reasonable out-of-pocket
expenses incurred.

A retainer of $10,000 has been paid to Ahlgren. The retainer will
be held in trust and applied to fees and disbursements as billed.
It is expected that the retainer account will be replenished
periodically.

Erik A. Ahlgren, principal attorney of Ahlgren, assured the Court
that the firm is a "disinterested person" as the term is defined in
Section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code and does not represent any
interest adverse to the Debtors and their estates.

Ahlgren can be reached at:

         Erik A. Ahlgren, Esq.
         AHLGREN LAW OFFICE, PLLC
         220 West Washington Avenue, Suite 105
         Fergus Falls, MN 56537
         Tel.: 218-998-2775
         Email: erik@ahlgrenlaw.net

BW Oil LLC filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D. Minn. Case No.
16-42648) on September 8, 2016, and is represented by Erik A
Ahlgren, Esq., at Ahlgren Law Office.


BWP SCHOOL: S&P Lowers Rating on 2013A/B Revenue Bonds to 'B-'
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S&P Global Ratings lowered its rating to 'B-' from 'B' on the New
Jersey Economic Development Authority's series 2013A (tax exempt)
and 2013B (taxable) charter school revenue bonds issued for BWP
School Partners LLC (BWP LLC) on behalf of Lady Liberty Academy
Charter School (LLACS).  The outlook is negative.

"The lowered rating reflects our view of the school's trend of
rapid cash spend-downs and unstable management," said S&P Global
Ratings credit analyst Debra Boyd, "while the negative outlook
reflects our view that the school's credit could worsen in the next
year, given the charter's continued placement on probationary
status by the State of New Jersey Department of Education and the
risk of charter revocation."

Lady Liberty is a grade K-8 public charter school in the Vailsburg
section of Newark.  The series 2013 bonds were used to renovate the
Vailsburg facility and allowed it to move from its original
Harrison location to its current Vailsburg location at the start of
the 2014-2015 year.


CADENCE INNOVATION: $10K Private Sale of Remnant Assets Proposed
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James P. Carroll, the liquidating Trustee of the Cadence
Liquidating Trust, asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District
of Delaware to authorize the private sale of property of the
estates, consisting of known or unknown claims, property rights, or
assets, which have not been previously sold, assigned or
transferred ("Remnant Assets") to Oak Point Partners, Inc. for
$10,000.

A hearing on the Motion is set for Nov. 2, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. (ET).
The deadline of objection is Oct. 11, 2016 at 4:00 p.m. (ET).

Since his appointment, the Trustee has administered the estates for
the benefit of the creditors in accordance with his powers and
duties.  The Trustee is now in the process of winding down the
administration of these cases.  To that end, the Trustee is engaged
in efforts to ensure that the maximum value of the estates' assets
is realized, which efforts include pursuing the sale of any
remaining assets.

While the Trustee believes he has administered all materials assets
of the estates, the Trustee has determined that the Remnant Assets,
which the Trustee believes, in his sound business judgment, cannot
be monetized economically via auction or other method and are of a
value not significant to the estates.  The Trustee believes that
the cost of his pursuit of the Remnant Assets will likely exceed
the benefit that the estates would possibly receive from such
pursuit.

The Trustee and Oak Point have negotiated an agreement ("Purchase
Agreement") for the sale of the Remnant Assets.

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

   http://bankrupt.com/misc/Cadence_Innovation_2474_Sales.pdf

Consistent with Local Rule 6004-1(b), the Trustee highlights the
following:

   a. The sale contemplated by the Purchase Agreement is a private
sale with no contemplated auction;

   b. There are no sale closing deadlines, however, the purchase
price will be paid within 3 business days of Oak Point's receipt of
a signed Purchase Agreement;

   c. The sale contemplates relief from the 14-day stay imposed by
Bankruptcy Rule 6004(h); and

   d. No personally identifiable information is being sold pursuant
to the Purchase Agreement.

In accordance with the Purchase Agreement, the Remnant Assets do
not include cash held by the Trustee and the purchase price for the
Remnant Assets.

The Trustee submits that a private sale of the Remnant Assets is
appropriate.  The Trustee does not believe that there are any other
parties that would offer funds for the Remnant Assets.  The delay
and costs associated with marketing the Remnant Assets would likely
negate any benefit to be derived through a public sale of such
assets.  Accordingly, the Trustee submits that a private sale of
the Remnant Assets is in the best interest of the estates and
should be approved.

However, in the event that the Trustee receives a higher and better
offer for the Remnant Assets prior to the objection deadline, the
Trustee is willing to conduct an auction for the Remnant Assets.

To successfully implement the Purchase Agreement, the Trustee also
seeks a waiver of the 14-day stay under Bankruptcy Rule 6004(h).

The Purchaser can be reached at:

          Erin Linn
          President
          OAK POINT PARTNERS, INC.
          5215 Old Orchard Road, Suite 965
          Skokie, IL 60077
          Telephone: (847) 577-1269
          Facsimile: (847) 655-2746

                     About Cadence Innovation

Headquartered in Troy, Michigan, Cadence Innovation LLC --
http://www.cadenceinnovation.com/-- manufactures and sells auto   
parts to its customers GM and Chrysler.  The Company had at least
4,200 employees in the United States and Europe, including Hungary

and Czech Republic, prior to its bankruptcy filing.

Cadence and its debtor-affiliate, New Venture Real Estate
Holdings, LLC, filed for Chapter 11 reorganization (Bankr. D. Del.

Lead Case No. 08-11973) on Aug. 26, 2008.  

Norman L. Pernick, Esq., and Patrick J. Reilley, Esq., at Cole,
Schotz, Meisel, Forman & Leonard, serve as lead counsel to the
Debtors.  Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP is the Debtors' special
corporate counsel; Butzel Long is the special automotive and
litigation counsel; and Rothschild Inc. the investment banker.
Kurtzman Carson Consultants LLC is the claims and notice agent.
Attorneys at Clark Hill PLC, Montgomery, McCracken, Walker &
Rhoads, LLP, and Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, PLLC, represent
the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors.

Cadence disclosed $225,217,639 in assets and $211,997,639 in
liabilities as of the Chapter 11 filing.

Following the bankruptcy filing, the Debtors commenced a going
concern sale process.  However, the buyer was unable to reach a
deal with the Debtors' key customers General Motors Corp. and
Chrysler LLC.  In December 2008, the Debtors commenced the
liquidation of their assets.  The Debtors have leased their
primary Chrysler facility to a party that was funded by Chrysler.
The Debtors' remaining assets include cash, avoidance actions,
proceeds and interests from the liquidation of its European unit
and certain real property.

                          *     *     *

On June 28, 2011, the Debtors filed their First Amended Joint Plan
of Liquidation.

On Aug. 17, 2011, the Court entered an order confirming the Plan.
The Plan became effective on Dec. 15, 2011.

The Plan provided for the formation of the Cadence Liquidating
Trust. Pursuant to the Plan, the Liquidating Trustee was appointed
as the representative of the estates for all purposes.

The Plan authorized the Liquidating Trustee, among other things, to
"liquidate the Cadence Trust Assets." The Trustee seeks the entry
of an order authorizing the sale of the remaining estates' assets
to Oak Point.


CAESARS ENTERTAINMENT: Creditor Groups Back Ch.11 Plan Term Sheet
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Caesars Entertainment Corporation ("Caesars Entertainment") and
Caesars Entertainment Operating Company, Inc. ("CEOC") and its
Chapter 11 debtor subsidiaries on Sept. 27, 2016, disclosed that
they have received confirmation from representatives of CEOC's
major creditor groups of those groups' support for a term sheet
that describes the key economic terms of a proposed consensual
chapter 11 plan for the Debtors.  Based on discussions with these
representatives, Caesars Entertainment and CEOC are optimistic that
the support received for the proposed consensual plan will allow
CEOC to obtain the required creditor votes to confirm the plan.
Confirmation of the plan would facilitate a successful conclusion
to CEOC's bankruptcy proceedings in 2017 and enable Caesars
Entertainment and CEOC to move forward with a substantially
improved capital structure.

The parties are working on the definitive support agreements and
amendments to CEOC's existing plan of reorganization that will
adopt and implement the terms outlined in the term sheet and
certain other terms agreed to among the parties' representatives
(the "Revised Plan of Reorganization").

Representatives of the Ad Hoc groups of the First Lien Bank
Lenders, the First Lien Noteholders, and Subsidiary Guarantee
Noteholders, as well as the Official Committee of Second Lien
Noteholders, have confirmed those creditors' support for the term
sheet, subject to the negotiation of and entry into definitive
support agreements, and the Revised Plan of Reorganization to
implement the agreed upon terms.  Through its existing
restructuring and support agreement, the Unsecured Creditors
Committee will also benefit from the terms described in the term
sheet.   The term sheet contemplates that all litigation among
these major creditor constituencies, Caesars Entertainment and the
Debtors will be stayed voluntarily.  Assuming a Revised Plan of
Reorganization is agreed upon, it is expected the voluntary stays
would continue.

Hamlet Holdings, the entity through which funds managed by Apollo
Global Management, LLC, TPG Capital, L.P. and certain co-investors
(collectively, "Hamlet") hold their interest in Caesars
Entertainment, will contribute the full 14% of the equity that it
would have received through its ownership in Caesars Entertainment
in the plan of reorganization currently on file.  This contribution
is valued by the Debtors at approximately $950 million.
Notwithstanding the fact that Hamlet will contribute all of its
equity in Caesars Entertainment, the public stockholders of Caesars
Entertainment will retain 6% of the equity in "New CEC."  The
Revised Plan of Reorganization will release all pending and
potential litigation claims and causes of action against Caesars
Entertainment, Caesars Acquisition Company, and related third
parties to the fullest extent permitted.

As a result of the Revised Plan of Reorganization, relying upon the
valuation contained in the most recent disclosure statement filed
by CEOC, creditors would receive the following recoveries:

   -- First Lien Bank Lender recoveries will be approximately 115
cents on the dollar, a decline of approximately 1 cent from the
previous plan on a pro rata basis due to a $66 million reduction in
cash distributed under the plan;

   -- First Lien Noteholder recoveries will remain at approximately
109 cents on the dollar.  In exchange for, among other things, a
fixed cash payment of $142 million, the First Lien Noteholders will
waive their right to certain excess cash to be paid pursuant to a
separate court order, resulting in a $79 million net reduction in
cash based on CEOC projections;

   -- Second Lien Noteholder recoveries will be approximately 66
cents on the dollar, an increase of approximately 27 cents from the
previous plan on a pro rata basis due to $345 million of cash, a
14.6% increase in fully diluted equity in "New CEC" (the surviving
entity in the planned merger of Caesars Entertainment and Caesars
Acquisition), and a $108 million increase in convertible notes in
"New CEC";

   -- Subsidiary Guaranteed Noteholder recoveries will be
approximately 83 cents on the dollar, a decline of approximately 1
cent on a pro rata basis due to a less than 0.1% reduction in fully
diluted equity in "New CEC" to be distributed under the plan; and

   -- Unsecured creditors will receive an increase in recoveries to
approximately 66 cents on the dollar, consisting of a combination
of cash, an increase in the amount of fully diluted equity in
"New CEC" allocated to unsecured creditors, and an increased
allocation of convertible notes in
"New CEC".

Under the Revised Plan of Reorganization and based on the current
exchange ratio in the pending merger agreement between Caesars
Entertainment and Caesars Acquisition (which is subject to
adjustment in certain cases), CEOC creditors would own
approximately 70% of the fully diluted equity [1] in "New CEC."
Shareholders of Caesars Acquisition would own approximately 24%.  

The definitive support agreements, if and when agreed, will include
various conditions to their continued effectiveness.  The Revised
Plan of Reorganization, when agreed and filed with the Bankruptcy
Court, will be subject to a formal creditor vote and confirmation
by the Bankruptcy Court.  The completion of CEOC's restructuring
under the Revised Plan of Reorganization will be subject to
numerous conditions, including regulatory approval, completion of
definitive documentation implementing the Revised Plan of
Reorganization and the consummation of the merger between Caesars
Entertainment and Caesars Acquisition.  

In addition, Caesars Entertainment and the Debtors have consensus
with certain holders of CEOC's First Lien notes to amend certain of
the covenants in the proposed master lease and support agreement
relating to OpCo's lease obligations to PropCo to provide for
certain restrictions on dividends and similar distributions at "New
CEC" for a period of six years.  Such amendments will be reflected
in amended documents to be filed in connection with the Revised
Plan of Reorganization.  The support of the First Lien Noteholders
for the term sheet is also conditioned upon an acceptable
resolution of certain tax issues.

The term sheet can be found in the Form 8-K that will be filed with
the Securities and Exchange Commission and also available in the
Media Resources section of the CEOC Restructuring website at
http://www.ceocrestructuring.com/media-resources/

                About Caesars Entertainment

Caesars Entertainment Corp., formerly Harrah's Entertainment Inc.,
is one of the world's largest casino companies.  Caesars casino
resorts operate under the Caesars, Bally's, Flamingo, Grand
Casinos, Hilton and Paris brand names.  The Company has its
corporate headquarters in Las Vegas.  Harrah's announced its
re-branding to Caesar's in mid-November 2010.

In January 2015, Caesars Entertainment and subsidiary Caesars
Entertainment Operating Company, Inc., announced that holders of
more than 60% of claims in respect of CEOC's 11.25% senior secured
notes due 2017, CEOC's 8.5% senior secured notes due 2020 and
CEOC's 9% senior secured notes due 2020 have signed the Amended and
Restated Restructuring Support and Forbearance Agreement, dated as
of Dec. 31, 2014, among Caesars Entertainment, CEOC and the
Consenting Creditors.  As a result, The RSA became effective
pursuant to its terms as of Jan. 9, 2015.

Appaloosa Investment Limited, et al., owed $41 million on account
of 10% second lien notes in the company, filed an involuntary
Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition against CEOC (Bankr. D. Del. Case
No.
15-10047) on Jan. 12, 2015.  The bondholders are represented by
Robert S. Brady, Esq., at Young, Conaway, Stargatt & Taylor LLP.

CEOC and 172 other affiliates -- operators of 38 gaming and resort
properties in 14 U.S. states and 5 countries -- filed Chapter 11
bankruptcy petitions (Bank. N.D. Ill.  Lead Case No. 15-01145) on
Jan. 15, 2015.  CEOC disclosed total assets of $12.3 billion and
total debt of $19.8 billion as of Sept. 30, 2014.

Delaware Bankruptcy Judge Kevin Gross entered a ruling that the
bankruptcy proceedings will proceed in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
for the Northern District of Illinois.

Kirkland & Ellis serves as the Debtors' counsel.  AlixPartners is
the Debtors' restructuring advisors.  Prime Clerk LLC acts as the
Debtors' notice and claims agent.  Judge Benjamin Goldgar presides
over the cases.

The U.S. Trustee has appointed seven noteholders to serve in the
Official Committee of Second Priority Noteholders and nine members
to serve in the Official Unsecured Creditors' Committee.

The U.S. Trustee appointed Richard S. Davis as Chapter 11
examiner.

                         *     *     *

The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Illinois
approved the adequacy of the disclosure statement explaining the
second amended joint Chapter 11 plan of reorganization of Caesars
Entertainment Operating Company Inc. and its debtor-affiliates.

The Court set Oct. 31, 2016, at 4:00 p.m. (prevailing Central Time)
as last day for any holder of a claim entitle to vote to accept or
reject the Debtors' plan.

A hearing is set for Jan. 17, 2017, at 10:30 a.m. (prevailing
Central Time) in Courtroom No. 642 in the Everett McKinley Dirksen
United States Courthouse, 219 South Dearborn Street, Chicago,
Illinois, to confirm the Debtors' plan.  Objections to
confirmation, if any, are due Oct. 31, 2016, at 4:00 p.m.
(prevailing Central Time).


CAESARS ENTERTAINMENT: Egan-Jones Hikes Sr. Unsec. Ratings to CC
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Egan-Jones Ratings Company on Aug. 30, 2016, raised the senior
unsecured ratings on debt issued by Caesars Entertainment Corp. to
CC from C.



CAESARS ENTERTAINMENT: Parent Has Restructuring Deal with Creditors
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Jacqueline Palank, writing for The Wall Street Journal Pro
Bankruptcy, reported that Caesars Entertainment Corp. said that it
has reached a deal to resolve the long-running battle over the $18
billion restructuring of the casino company's main operating unit.

According to the report, the deal, outlined in a filing with the
Securities and Exchange Commission, brings the major creditors of
the operating unit, Caesars Entertainment Operating Co., or CEOC,
on board with its restructuring plan.  The latest version of the
proposal will offer an improved payout for the junior bondholders
that had fought the plan, while other creditor groups will see the
same or smaller payouts than previously proposed, the report
related.

"While we recognize that a lot of work remains to be done, we're
pleased with where we are and the progress that has been made and
we’re looking forward to concluding the case," Bruce Bennett, the
Jones Day lawyer representing the official committee of junior
bondholders, said, the report further related.

Specifically, the junior bondholders, owed about $5.5 billion, can
expect to recover about $3.6 billion in cash, new debt and equity
at the conclusion of the restructuring, the report further related.
That amounts to a recovery of about 66 cents of every dollar they
are owed, up from about 27 cents under a prior restructuring plan
and nine cents under CEOC's original proposal, the report said.
Unsecured creditors' recoveries will also rise to about 66 cents,
the report added.

Senior lenders and senior bondholders still will recover 115 cents
and 109 cents on the dollar, respectively, the report cited the SEC
filing.  A smaller group of bondholders will see their recoveries
fall by about one cent to 83 cents on the dollar, the report
noted.

                About Caesars Entertainment

Caesars Entertainment Corp., formerly Harrah's Entertainment Inc.,
is one of the world's largest casino companies.  Caesars casino
resorts operate under the Caesars, Bally's, Flamingo, Grand
Casinos, Hilton and Paris brand names.  The Company has its
corporate headquarters in Las Vegas.  Harrah's announced its
re-branding to Caesar's in mid-November 2010.

In January 2015, Caesars Entertainment and subsidiary Caesars
Entertainment Operating Company, Inc., announced that holders of
more than 60% of claims in respect of CEOC's 11.25% senior secured
notes due 2017, CEOC's 8.5% senior secured notes due 2020 and
CEOC's 9% senior secured notes due 2020 have signed the Amended
and
Restated Restructuring Support and Forbearance Agreement, dated as
of Dec. 31, 2014, among Caesars Entertainment, CEOC and the
Consenting Creditors.  As a result, The RSA became effective
pursuant to its terms as of Jan. 9, 2015.

Appaloosa Investment Limited, et al., owed $41 million on account
of 10% second lien notes in the company, filed an involuntary
Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition against CEOC (Bankr. D. Del. Case
No.
15-10047) on Jan. 12, 2015.  The bondholders are represented by
Robert S. Brady, Esq., at Young, Conaway, Stargatt & Taylor LLP.

CEOC and 172 other affiliates -- operators of 38 gaming and resort
properties in 14 U.S. states and 5 countries -- filed Chapter 11
bankruptcy petitions (Bank. N.D. Ill.  Lead Case No. 15-01145) on
Jan. 15, 2015.  CEOC disclosed total assets of $12.3 billion and
total debt of $19.8 billion as of Sept. 30, 2014.

Delaware Bankruptcy Judge Kevin Gross entered a ruling that the
bankruptcy proceedings will proceed in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
for the Northern District of Illinois.

Kirkland & Ellis serves as the Debtors' counsel.  AlixPartners is
the Debtors' restructuring advisors.  Prime Clerk LLC acts as the
Debtors' notice and claims agent.  Judge Benjamin Goldgar presides
over the cases.

The U.S. Trustee has appointed seven noteholders to serve in the
Official Committee of Second Priority Noteholders and nine members
to serve in the Official Unsecured Creditors' Committee.

The U.S. Trustee appointed Richard S. Davis as Chapter 11
examiner.

                         *     *     *

The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Illinois
approved the adequacy of the disclosure statement explaining the
second amended joint Chapter 11 plan of reorganization of Caesars
Entertainment Operating Company Inc. and its debtor-affiliates.

The Court set Oct. 31, 2016, at 4:00 p.m. (prevailing Central
Time)
as last day for any holder of a claim entitle to vote to accept or
reject the Debtors' plan.

A hearing is set for Jan. 17, 2017, at 10:30 a.m. (prevailing
Central Time) in Courtroom No. 642 in the Everett McKinley Dirksen
United States Courthouse, 219 South Dearborn Street, Chicago,
Illinois, to confirm the Debtors' plan.  Objections to
confirmation, if any, are due Oct. 31, 2016, at 4:00 p.m.
(prevailing Central Time).


CALICO VENTURES: US Trustee Fails to Appoint Creditors' Committee
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The U.S. Trustee informs the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the istrict
of South Carolina that a committee of unsecured creditors has not
been appointed in the Chapter 11 case of Calico Ventures, LLC, due
to insufficient response to the U.S. Trustee communication/contact
for service on the committee.

                     About Calico Ventures, LLC

Calico Ventures, LLC, based in Greenville, SC, filed a Chapter 11
petition (Bankr. D.S.C. Case No. 16-04398) on August 30, 2016. The
Hon. Helen E. Burris presides over the case. Daniel J. Reynolds,
Jr., Esq., at McCarthy Reynolds & Penn, LLC, serves as bankruptcy
counsel.

In its petition, the Debtor estimated $1.40 million to $1.11
million in both assets and liabilities. The petition was signed by
Jack H. Davis, manager.

No official committee of unsecured creditors has been appointed in
the case.


CAMINO AGAVE: Can Use Cash Collateral on Final Basis
----------------------------------------------------
Judge Ronald B. King of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western
District of Texas authorized Camino Agave, Inc., to use cash
collateral on a final basis.

The Debtor was authorized to use cash collateral to pay:

     (1) amounts expressly authorized by the Court, including
payments to the United States Trustee for quarterly fees;

     (2) the current and necessary expenses incurred in the
operation of the Debtor's business without any budgetary
restrictions;

     (3) the funding of any proposed plan of reorganization;

     (4) the payment of all allowed administrative expenses;

     (5) the payment of all monthly and final payments required by
an Order of the Court authorizing the Debtor to incur post-petition
secured indebtedness from ShaleSource Financing, LLC; and

     (6) the monthly payment of $3,500 to the Internal Revenue
Service, as adequate protection, commencing on October 16, 2016,
until the earlier of confirmation of a plan of reorganization,
conversion to Chapter 7, or dismissal.

The IRS was granted a replacement lien against cash collateral to
the same extent and with the same validity and priority as the
prepetition lien.  ShaleSource Financing was also granted a
replacement lien on cash collateral, subject only to the lien of
the IRS.

A full-text copy of the Order, dated Sept. 22, 2016, is available
at https://is.gd/jWfGjP

                    About Camino Agave

Camino Agave, Inc., filed a chapter 11 petition (Bankr. W.D. Tex.
Case No. 16-52063) on Sept. 7, 2016.  The Debtor is represented by
Dean W. Greer, Esq.              

The Debtor is an oil field construction business.  It maintains
offices in Cotulla Floresville; Kennedy: and Pecos, Texas.  The
Debtor installs infrastructure for drilling before and after the
rig.  It provides for the installation of the roads, pads, reserve
pits, and fraq ponds.  After a rig leaves the location it provides
waste management services and transportation of the drill cuttings
and other waste.  The Debtor installs pipelines and well head
facilities production equipment.  It has been operating for more
than 16 years.


CARLOS DE LA ZARGA JR: Selling Mineral and Production Interest
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Carlos A. De La Garza, Jr. and Janice B. De La Garza ask the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Texas to authorize the
sale of Texas Mineral and Production Interest to Todd Davis for
$200,000.

The asset proposed to be sold is described as a Webb County, Texas
Mineral and Production Interest, more particularly described in
Trustee's Special Warranty Deed, dated Aug. 28, 1992 to Carlos A.
De La Garza, Jr., Individually, in Volume 53, Page 622, of the Webb
County Deed Records, Webb County, Texas.

The Debtors believe that the sales price approximates the real
property's market value in the context of such a sale, and is of a
reasonable value based upon the asset proposed to be sold and its
marketability.

The real property is encumbered by a real property taxes in the
approximate amount of $12,000.

From the proceeds of the sale, the real property taxes in the
approximate amount of $12,000 and Sean A. Everett's sales
commission in the amount of $10,000, will be paid.  The Debtors
anticipates a prospective net cash of $178,000 at closing.

The sale is scheduled to close as soon as possible.

The Debtors believe that the sale of the asset is in the best
interest of the estate and all creditors and parties in interest.

Counsel for Debtors:

          James S. Wilkins, Esq.
          WILLIS & WILKINS, L.L.P.
          711 Navarro Street, Suite 2300
          San Antonio, Texas 78205
          Telephone: (210) 271-9212
          Facsimile: (210) 271-9389

Carlos A. De La Garza, Jr. and Janice B. De La Garza sought Chapter
11 protection (Bankr. W.D. Tex. Case No. 16-50471) on Feb. 29,
2016.


CARTER TABERNACLE: Case Summary & 3 Unsecured Creditors
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Debtor: Carter Tabernacle Christian Methodist
        Episcopal Church, Inc.
          aka Carter Tabernacle CME Church
        1 South Cottage Hill Rd
        Orlando, FL 32805

Case No.: 16-06350

Chapter 11 Petition Date: September 26, 2016

Court: United States Bankruptcy Court
       Middle District of Florida (Orlando)

Debtor's Counsel: Ryan E Davis, Esq.
                  WINDERWEEDLE HAINES WARD & WOODMAN P.A.
                  329 Park Avenue North, Second Floor
                  Winter Park, FL 32789
                  Tel: (407) 423-4246
                  Fax: (407) 645-3728
                  E-mail: rdavis@whww.com

Estimated Assets: $1 million to $10 million

Estimated Liabilities: $1 million to $10 million

The petition was signed by Dr. James T. Morris,
president/director.

A copy of the Debtor's list of three unsecured creditors is
available for free at http://bankrupt.com/misc/flmb16-06350.pdf


CASCELLA & SON: Court Allows Cash Collateral Use Until Oct. 31
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Judge Julie A. Manning of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Connecticut authorized Cascella & Son Construction,
Inc. to use cash collateral on an interim basis until Oct. 31,
2016.

The Debtor is indebted to Hudson Bank n/k/a TD Bank in the amount
of $250,000, and New Alliance Bank n/k/a First Niagara Bank, in the
amount of $230,000.  The indebtedness were secured by liens and/or
security interests in substantially all of the Debtor's assets.

The Internal Revenue Service and the Town of Monroe also claim
liens on the Debtor's assets by virtue of tax liens.

The Debtor represented that it has an immediate and continuing need
for the use of the prepetition collateral and the proceeds thereof
constituting cash collateral, in order to continue the operation
of, and avoid immediate and irreparable harm to its business, and
to maintain and preserve going concern value.  The Debtor further
represented that without the ability to use the Pre-Petition
Collateral and the Cash Collateral, it will be unable to pay
ongoing management, payroll, raw material, insurance, utilities and
other necessary expenses related to the continued operation of the
Debtor's business, to generate cash flow, and to maintain the value
of Debtor's assets.  The Debtor added that 2 employees will be
terminated.

TD Bank, First Niagara Bank, the IRS and the Town of Monroe were
granted post-petition claims against the Debtor's estate, which
will have priority in payment over any other indebtedness and or
obligations, and over all administrative expenses or charges
against property.

TD Bank, First Niagara Bank, the IRS and the Town of Monroe were
also granted an enforceable and perfected replacement lien and/or
security interest in the post-petition assets of the Debtor's
estate, equivalent in nature, priority and extent to the liens
and/or security interests of TD Bank, First Niagara Bank, the IRS
and the Town of Monroe in the prepetition collateral and the
proceeds and products thereof, subject to the Carve-Out.

The Carve-Out consists of:

     (a) the allowed administrative claims of attorneys and other
professionals retained by the Debtor in the Case in the aggregate
amount of $30,000.00; and

     (b) amounts payable to pursuant to 28 U.S.C. Section
1930(a)(6).

A full-text copy of the Order, dated Sept. 23, 2016, is available
at http://tinyurl.com/jgmv6gt

              About Cascella & Son Construction

Cascella & Son Construction, Inc., filed a chapter 11 petition
(Bankr. D. Conn. Case No. 14-50518) on Apr. 7, 2014.  The petition
was signed by Todd Michael Cascella, president.  The Debtor is
represented by James M. Nugent, Esq., at Harlow, Adams, and
Friedman.  The case is assigned to Judge Alan H.W. Shiff.  The
Debtor disclosed $0 in assets and $3.48 million in liabilities at
the time of the filing.


CASTELLINO VILLAS: 9th Circ. Affirms Discharge of Attorney's Claim
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In the appeals case captioned PICERNE CONSTRUCTION CORP., DBA
Camelback Construction, Appellant, v. CASTELLINO VILLAS, A. K. F.
LLC, Appellee, No. 12-57186 (9th Cir.), the United States Court of
Appeals for the Ninth Circuit affirmed the district court's
determination that the claim of the attorneys of Picerne
Construction Corp., dba Camelback Construction, was discharged when
the bankruptcy court confirmed Castellino Villas LLC's plan.

Castellino Villas LLC hired Picerne as general contractor to
construct a 120-unit apartment complex on Castellino's property.
Picerne and Castellino entered into an agreement for the work that
contained an attorneys' fees provision.

Castellino defaulted on its obligations and failed to pay Picerne
and its subcontractors for their work.  In response, Picerne filed
a demand for arbitration and a mechanic's lien against the
apartment complex.  A few months later, Picerne filed a complaint
in California Superior Court to foreclose on the mechanic's lien.
The bankruptcy filing automatically stayed Picerne's foreclosure
action, but the bankruptcy court granted Picerne's motion to lift
the stay so that the parties could continue to litigate the
mechanic's lien action in state court.  Castellino disputed the
validity, priority, and amount of Picerne's lien.

In bankruptcy court, Picerne filed an objection to confirmation of
Castellino's proposed plan of reorganization.  In order to obtain
confirmation of its plan, Castellino entered into a settlement
agreement with Picerne, which provided that if Picerne's
foreclosure action in state court resulted in a determination that
Picerne's mechanic's lien was a "valid, properly perfected and
enforceable mechanics lien against the Castellino property" and was
senior to Bank of the West's lien, Picerne would receive specified
payments from the trust account which Castellino would fund.  The
parties expressly did not agree as to whether Picerne was entitled
to interest, costs or attorneys' fees if it prevailed on its
claim.

Pursuant to the plan and settlement agreement, the parties
continued litigating the mechanic's lien action in state court.
After a nine-day trial, the state court held that Picerne's
mechanic's lien was valid and had priority over the Bank's lien,
and the court entered judgment for Picerne in the amount of some
$2.6 million (including prejudgment interest).  Picerne moved for
an award of attorneys' fees.  The state court held that under the
bankruptcy court's order, it lacked the authority to adjudicate or
award attorneys' fees, so it denied the motion without prejudice.

Picerne moved the bankruptcy court for a ruling that the state
court had the authority to award attorneys' fees.  The bankruptcy
court denied the motion, reasoning that when Picerne sued
Castellino, the contract between the parties gave Picerne a
contingent and unliquidated claim for attorneys' fees.  Because
this claim arose before Castellino filed a petition in bankruptcy,
it was discharged by the confirmation of Castellino's plan of
reorganization or was released by the parties' settlement
agreement.  The district court affirmed, and Picerne timely
appealed.

Picerne contended that the bankruptcy court erred in denying its
motion for post-discharge attorneys' fees.  First, Picerne argued
that its claim for attorneys' fees arising from litigation in state
court arose after Castellino filed its petition in bankruptcy and
therefore was not discharged by the confirmation of Castellino's
plan of reorganization.  Second, Picerne contended that its
settlement agreement with Castellino released only "existing
claims," and not claims for attorneys' fees incurred after the
settlement agreement was approved by the court.

The Ninth Circuit disagreed, explaining that because Picerne and
Castellino had entered into a contract with an attorneys' fees
provision, and Picerne commenced an action under that contract
against Castellino in state court before Castellino filed a Chapter
11 bankruptcy petition, Picerne's contingent claim for attorneys'
fees arose before both the filing of Castellino's bankruptcy
petition and the confirmation of Castellino's plan.  The Ninth
Circuit further held that because the preconfirmation settlement
agreement between Picerne and Castellino required the parties to
complete the state court litigation, Picerne could fairly and
reasonably contemplate that it would incur attorneys' fees
associated with the state court litigation and would have a claim
for attorneys' fees under the agreement if it prevailed.

The Ninth Circuit thus concluded that the district court correctly
determined that the claim was discharged when the bankruptcy court
confirmed Castellino's plan.

A full-text copy of the Ninth Circuit's September 6, 2016 opinion
is available at https://is.gd/As5IZP from Leagle.com.

Appellant is represented by:

          Scott E. Hennigh, Esq.
          Meredith A. Jones-McKeown, Esq.
          Scott A. Vignosm, Esq.
          SHEPPARD MULLIN RICHTER & HAMPTON LLP
          Four Embarcadero Center, 17th Floor          
          San Francisco, CA 94111
          Tel: (415)434-9100
          Fax: (415)434-3947
          Email: shennigh@sheppardmullin.com
                 mjonesmckeown@sheppardmullin.com
                 spalmer@sheppardmullin.com

Appellee is represented by:

          Beth Ann R. Young, Esq.
          Ron Bender, Esq.
          Krikor J. Meshefejian, Esq.
          LEVENE, NEALE, BENDER, YOO & BRILL LLP
          10250 Constellation Boulevard, Suite 1700
          Los Angeles, CA 90067
          Tel: (310)229-1234
          Fax: (310)229-1244
          Email: bry@lnbyb.com
                 rb@lnbyb.com
                 kjm@lnbyb.com

                    About Castellino Villas

Castellino Villas, based in Los Angeles, CA, filed a Chapter 11
petition (Bankr. C.D. Ca. Case No. 09-29228) on July 24, 2009.  Ron
Bender, Esq. acted as bankruptcy counsel.

In its petition, the Debtor estimated $10 million to $50 million in
both assets and liabilities.  The petition was signed by Robert C.
Kopple, the company's manager.


CCM MERGER: Moody's Affirms B2 CFR; Outlook Stable
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Moody's Investors Service affirmed CCM Merger, Inc.'s B2 Corporate
Family Rating, B2-PD Probability of Default Rating, Caa1 unsecured
rating, and downgraded the senior secured ratings to B1.  The
Outlook is stable.

The downgrade of the senior secured rating reflects the company's
intention to prepay approximately $75 million of its 9.125% senior
unsecured bonds with the proceeds from a new $75 million
incremental senior secured Term Loan B.  As a result, the support
provided by the unsecured debt reduces from 41% of total debt to
29% which causes the loss given default rate on the senior secured
debt to increase pursuant to Moody's Loss  Given Default
Methodology.

The affirmation reflects the stable operating environment, and the
benefit from lower interest expense (approximately $5.0 million)
because the margin on the incremental term loan is materially lower
than the coupon on the unsecured bonds -- causing EBITDA/interest
to improve to about 2.8x from 2.5x for the LTM period ended June
30, 2016.

Ratings affirmed:
  Corporate Family Rating at B2
  Probability of Default Rating at B2-PD
  Senior unsecured rating at Caa1 (LGD5)

Rating downgraded:
  Senior secured bank revolver and term loan to B1 (LGD3) From Ba3

   (LGD2)
The Outlook is stable

                         RATINGS RATIONALE

CCM's B2 Corporate Family Rating considers the demonstrated
stability and favorable characteristics of the Detroit gaming
market, which has significant population density as measured by
adults per gaming position.  Additionally, state law allows only
three casinos in the city providing a barrier to entry for new
competitors.  Also supporting the rating is CCM's positive free
cash flow generating ability, along with the fact that the there
are no near-term scheduled debt maturities until 2019.  Key credit
risks include CCM's small size in terms of gaming revenue and
single asset profile, as well as high leverage (debt/EBITDA of 5.7x
as of LTM June 30, 2016,) for the assigned rating category. Moody's
estimates debt/EBITDA will decline to between 5.0x -- 5.5x by
year-end 2017 due to debt reduction on relatively flat EBITDA.
The stable outlook reflects stable market conditions in Detroit and
CCM's ability to generate positive free cash that Moody's expects
the company will use to primarily to prepay debt.  Ratings
improvement is limited at this time given CCM's single asset
profile.  A higher rating would require that the company
demonstrate the ability and willingness to maintain debt/EBITDA
below 4.0 times and a stable operating outlook for the Detroit
market.  Ratings could be lowered if CCM's EBITDA trend turns
negative and it appears likely debt/EBITDA will increase above 6.0
times.

CCM Merger Inc., through its subsidiary Detroit Entertainment
L.L.C, owns and operates the MotorCity Casino Hotel in Detroit,
Michigan, one of only three commercial casinos that are allowed to
operate in the Detroit area.  CCM is owned by Mrs. Marian Illitch
and generates about $457 million in net revenue.  The company is
privately held and does not publicly disclose detailed financial
information.

The principal methodology used in these ratings was Global Gaming
Industry published in June 2014.


CCM MERGER: S&P Affirms 'BB-' Rating on Secured Credit Facility
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S&P Global Ratings said it affirmed its 'BB-' issue-level rating,
with a recovery rating of '1', on Detroit-based CCM Merger Inc.'s
(dba MotorCity Casino Hotel) senior secured credit facility
(consisting of a $20 million revolver due 2019 and a term loan B
due 2021 that will have $477 million outstanding including the
add-on).  The '1' recovery rating reflects S&P's expectation for
very high (90% to 100%) recovery for lenders in the event of a
default.

CCM plans to use proceeds from the incremental term loan issuance,
along with cash on hand, to repay a portion of its senior notes and
to pay debt breakage costs and transaction fees and expenses.

S&P also affirmed its 'CCC+' issue-level rating, with a recovery
rating of '6', on the company's 9.125% senior notes due 2019.  Pro
forma for the transaction, the company will have $200 million
outstanding on the senior notes.  The '6' recovery rating indicates
S&P's expectation for negligible (0% to 10%) recovery for lenders
in the event of a payment default.

The 'B' corporate credit rating on CCM Merger is unchanged.  The
rating outlook is stable.

"The rating reflects our expectation that modest growth in EBITDA
through 2017, coupled with continued good free cash flow
generation, will support debt repayment at the company leading to
adjusted debt to EBITDA improving to the low- to mid-5x area by the
end of 2017," said S&P Global Ratings credit analyst Stephen
Pagano.

Despite a weaker than anticipated second quarter of 2016, when
EBITDA declined in the mid-single digits due to softer gaming
revenues and elevated casino expenses, S&P expects the overall
economic and competitive environment in Detroit to remain favorable
and forecast continued modest growth in gaming revenue through
S&P's projection period.  CCM has improved its credit measures in
recent periods, including reducing leverage by over a turn since
2014, due in part to good gaming revenues leading to EBITDA growth
as well as both mandatory and voluntary debt repayment.  S&P
anticipates that the company will continue to use a majority of its
free cash flow to repay debt, leading to continued improvement in
credit measures through 2017.

The stable outlook reflects S&P's expectation that modest growth in
operations, coupled with continued good levels of free cash flow,
will support debt repayment, leading to adjusted debt to EBITDA
improving to the low- to mid-5x area by 2017.


CENVEO INC: Egan-Jones Ups Sr. Unsec. Ratings to CCC+
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Egan-Jones Ratings Company on Aug. 26, 2016 hiked the senior
unsecured ratings on debt issued by Cenveo Inc. to CCC+ from CCC.



CHC GROUP: Court Allows Cash Collateral Use Until Oct. 19
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Judge Barbara J. Houser of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Northern District of Texas authorized CHC Group Ltd. to use cash
collateral on an interim basis until Oct. 19, 2016.

The approved Budget covers a period of 17 weeks, beginning on Sept.
9, 2016 and ending on the week beginning Dec. 30, 2016.  The Budget
provides for total Disbursements in the amount of $419,302,000 for
the 17-week period.

The Revolving Facility Administrative Agent HSBC Bank PLC and the
Senior Secured Notes Indenture Trustee The Bank of New York Mellon,
asserted that approximately $328 million and $1 billion in
aggregate principal amount was outstanding under the Revolving
Facility Secured Documents and Senior Secured Notes Documents,
respectively.  They further asserted that the obligors under the
Revolving Credit Agreement and the obligors under the Senior
Secured Notes were granted first priority liens on certain
categories of their respective assets, including, accounts
receivable, aircraft and related assets, bank accounts, shares of
capital stock, and other real and personal property, subject to the
parameters set forth in the Revolving Facility Documents and Senior
Secured Notes Documents in favor of HSBC Corporate Trustee Company
(UK) Limited, which was appointed to act as Revolving and Secured
Notes Collateral Agent.

ABL Facility Administrative Agent Morgan Stanley Senior Funding,
Inc. and ABL Facility Collateral Agent BNP Paribas SA asserted that
the Debtors have granted security interests in substantially all of
their respective assets, including aircraft and related assets, in
favor of the ABL Facility Collateral Agent to secure the
obligations under the ABL Facility.  The ABL Agents further
asserted that approximately $139 million in aggregate principal
amount was outstanding under the ABL Facility, as of the Petition
Date.

The Debtors told the Court that as of the Petition Date, at least
$232.8 million of their Beginning Cash Balance constitutes
Unencumbered Cash, which is not subject to any prepetition lien or
security interest held by the Agents.  They further told the Court
that approximately $30.5 million of cash in the Beginning Cash
Balance may be subject to prepetition liens or security interests
asserted by the Agents.  The Debtors added that approximately $13.8
million of cash is classified as restricted cash, that is held by
the Debtor and non-debtor entities.  The Debtors related that the
Restricted Cash consists primarily of contract deposits and
customer pre-payments, and such cash cannot be accessed by the
Debtors for general operating purposes.

Judge Houser held that the adequate protection obligations due to
the Prepetition Secured Parties will constitute joint and several
superpriority claims in the amount of the Diminution, if any,
against the Debtors as provided in section 507(b) of the Bankruptcy
Code, with priority in payment over any and all unsecured claims
and administrative expense claims against the Debtors.

The Agents, for the benefit of the Prepetition Secured Parties,
were granted a first priority replacement lien on, and security
interest in the CHC Cayman Unencumbered Cash in the Bank of America
Account and all of the Debtors' rights in tangible and intangible
assets.

The Carve Out consists of:

     (1) all statutory fees required to be paid by the Debtors to
the Clerk of the Bankruptcy Court and to the Office of the U.S.
Trustee;

     (2) the reasonable fees and expenses up to $50,000 incurred by
a trustee appointed in the Debtors’ cases under section 726(b) of
the Bankruptcy Code;

     (3) all accrued and unpaid reasonable fees, disbursements,
costs, and expenses incurred by professionals or professional firms
retained by the Debtors or their estates.

A final hearing on the the Debtors' use of cash collateral is
scheduled on October 18, 2016 at 9:00 a.m.

A full-text copy of the Interim Order, dated September 23, 2016, is
available at https://is.gd/N4Mkiu

               About CHC Group Ltd.

Headquartered in Irving, Texas, CHC Group Ltd. is a global
commercial helicopter services company primarily servicing the
offshore oil and gas industry.  CHC maintains bases on six
continents with major operations in the North Sea, Brazil,
Australia, and several locations across Africa, Eastern Europe, and
South East Asia.  CHC maintains a fleet of 230 medium and heavy
helicopters, 67 of which are owned by it and the remainder are
leased from various third-party lessors.

CHC Group Ltd. and 42 of its wholly-owned subsidiaries each filed a
voluntary petition for relief under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy
Code (Bankr. N.D. Tex. Case No. 16-31854) on May 5, 2016.  As of
Jan. 31, 2016, CHG had $2.16 billion in total assets and $2.19
billion in total liabilities.  

The Debtors hired Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP as counsel, Debevoise
& Plimpton LLP as special aircraft counsel, PJT Partners LP as
investment banker, Seabury Corporate Advisors LLC as financial
advisor, CDG Group, LLC, as restructuring advisor, and Kurtzman
Carson Consultants LLC as claims and noticing agent.

The Office of the U.S. Trustee on May 13, 2016, appointed five
creditors of CHC Group Ltd. to serve on the official committee of
unsecured creditors.


CHERRY CONTRACTING: Has Until Sept. 28 to Use Cash Collateral
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Judge Lena Mansori James of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Middle District of North Carolina authorized Cherry Contracting
Inc. to use cash collateral on an interim basis, through Sept. 28,
2016.

The Debtor is indebted to:

     (a) Bank of America, N.A. in the amount of $965,047.  Bank of
America asserted that it has a blanket lien on all the Debtor's
assets including, all inventory, accounts and accounts receivable;

     (b) Yadkin Bank, in the amount of $314,381 on a line of
credit; $668,404 on a Small Business Administration loan; and
$232,042 on a Small Business Administration loan used to purchase a
plant in South Carolina.  Yadkin asserts that its loans are secured
by a blanket lien on all of the Debtor's assets, including all
accounts and accounts receivable; and

     (c) Capital Business Funding, LLC, in the amount of $346,967,
exclusive of attorneys' fees and other costs.  Capital Business
Funding asserts that as security, the Debtor granted a blanket lien
on certain of the Debtor's assets, and specifically on all accounts
and accounts receivable.

The Debtor said that it is not aware of any other security
interests against its accounts, accounts receivable or inventory,
the proceeds of which would constitute cash collateral.

The Debtor contended that through the use of the Cash Collateral,
it will be able to fund its operation which will allow the Debtor
to perform on existing contracts.  The Debtor further contended
that the performance by the Debtor on the existing contracts will
generate new post petition accounts receivable.  The Debtor
anticipated that the value new accounts receivable generated by the
performance of existing contracts will exceed the value of the Cash
Collateral used to perform on the existing contracts.  

The Debtor told the Court that the Cash Collateral will also be
used to properly insure all collateral, purchase General Liability,
Business and Worker’s Compensation insurance, pay employees, and
purchase new raw material necessary to operate the business.  

The approved Budget provides for a five-week period, beginning on
Sept. 12, 2016 and ending on Oct. 14, 2016.  The Budget provides
for total expenses in the amount of $140,006.

Capital Business Funding, Bank of America, and Yadkin each
consented and agreed that 50% of all amounts recovered on
prepetition accounts receivable postpetition, exclusive of the
purchased accounts receivables factored by Capital Business
Funding, will be placed in the trust account of the Debtor's
counsel and are not to be used by the Debtor without further order
of the Court.  The Debtor was allowed to use the other 50% of all
prepetition accounts receivable recovered post-petition, exclusive
of the Purchased Receivables, pursuant to the Court's Order and the
Chapter 11 Operating Order.

The Debtor was directed to make a one-time adequate protection
payment to Bank of America, in the amount of $3,800, on Sept. 28,
2016.

The Debtor agreed to consent to a motion to be filed by Yadkin for
relief from stay to execute on its secured collateral located at
the Debtor's former South Carolina Plant.

Capital Business Funding, Bank of America, and Yadkin were granted
replacement liens and security interests in all the Debtor's
properties of the same priority as each secured creditor held a
similar, unavoidable lien as of the Petition Date, and the proceeds
thereof, whether acquired pre-petition or post-petition.

A full-text copy of the Interim Order, dated Sept. 22, 2016, is
available at https://is.gd/knmiyo

A full-text copy of the proposed Budget, dated Sept. 22, 2016, is
available at
https://is.gd/tvHqDl

Capital Business Funding is represented by:

          Christine L. Myatt, Esq.
          NEXSEN PRUETT, PLLC
          701 Green Valley Road, Suite 100
          Greensboro NC 27402

Yadkin Bank is represented by:

          George Sanderson, III
          ELLIS & WINTERS, LLP
          P.O. Box 33550
          Raleigh, NC 27636

Bank of America is represented by:

          Daniel C. Bruton, Esq.
          BELL DAVIS & PITT, P.A.
          P.O. Box 21029
          Winston Salem, NC 27120-1029

                  About Cherry Contracting

Cherry Contracting, Inc. filed a chapter 11 petition (Bankr.
M.D.N.C. Case No. 16-50927) on Sept. 2, 2016.  The Debtor is
represented by J. Marshall Shelton, Esq. and Steven K. Taylor,
Esq., at Taylor Law Office, PC.  

The Debtor was founded in 2001 as a supplier of precast concrete
products for use in construction projects.  Over time the Debtor
has become a leader in precast concrete sound-wall and barriers for
use in roadwork projects.  At the time of filing the Debtor
operated one plant in Rural Hall North, Carolina.


CHURCH HILL: Selling Tennessee Personal Property to Pay FTB
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Church Hill Emergency Medical Services, Inc., asks the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee to authorize
the sale of various items of personal property.

A copy of list of the prospective purchasers of the Personal
Property, the items they seek to purchase, the location of the
items and the bid amount, attached to the Motion is available for
free at:

       http://bankrupt.com/misc/Church_Hill_62_Sales.pdf

The Debtor formerly operated an ambulance and emergency medical
transportation service in the northeastern portion of Hawkins
County, Tennessee. The Debtor ceased its operations on Aug. 23,
2016.

The Debtor formerly operated its business from 5 separate
locations: a facility in Surgoinsville, Tennessee; a facility in
Mount Carmel, Tennessee; a facility in Kingsport, Tennessee; a
facility in Church Hill, Tennessee; and an administration building
in Church Hill, Tennessee.  These facilities were equipped with
Personal Property.

On Sept. 20, 2013, First Tennessee Bank National Association
("FTB") extended credit to the Debtor under a promissory note of
even date in the original principal amount of $60,000 ("Note"). The
Note was secured by all the Debtor's inventory, chattel paper,
accounts, equipment and general intangibles ("Collateral").  As of
the Petition Date, the outstanding balance under the Note was
$33,152.  In addition, the Debtor is indebted to FTB under 7 other
promissory notes having a collective balance of approximately
$822,401 as of the Petition Date.  This indebtedness is also
secured by the Collateral by virtue of cross-collateral provisions
contained in the applicable loan documents.

FTB has a properly perfected security interest in the Collateral by
the filing of a UCC financing statement with the Office of the
Tennessee Secretary of State.  It has or it is anticipated that it
will consent to the proposed sale of Personal Property.

The Debtor is not aware of any other creditor that holds or claims
to hold a perfected lien or security interest to the Personal
Property.

The Debtor, through a private bidding process, has received various
bids from individuals to purchase certain items of personal
property Personal Property.  The amounts listed represent the high
bids for each respective item.

The terms of each of the respective sales will include that the
Personal Property will be sold "as is, where is," without any
warranties, express or implied.  If the sales are approved by the
Court, the Debtor will thereafter execute and deliver bills of sale
conveying title to the specific items of Personal Property to each
respective purchaser.  The purchasers will be responsible for
securing possession of the items purchased, including all costs
associated therewith.

The Debtor does not intend to utilize the Personal Property as part
of its reorganization.  The Debtor believes the respective bid
amounts submitted by prospective purchasers represent a fair value
for the specific items of Personal Property being purchased. The
Debtor does not believe that it could receive a greater value
through an alternate liquidation process.  The Debtor believes that
there is a limited market for these items and that the terms of the
proposed sales represent a fair liquidation value without any
commission and with limited expense.

The proceeds of the sale will be paid to FTB to reduce the Debtor's
indebtedness.

          About Church Hill Emergency Medical Services

Church Hill Emergency Medical Services, Inc., filed a chapter 11
petition (Bankr. E.D. Tenn. Case No. 16-51275) on Aug. 30, 2016.
The petition was signed by Mark Johnson, director.  The Debtor is
represented by Mark S. Dessauer, Esq., at Hunter, Smith & Davis.
The case is assigned to Marcia Phillips Parsons.  The Debtor
disclosed total assets at $1.46 million and total debt at $840,000
as of Aug. 25, 2016.


CITICARE INC: Plan Confirmation Hearing Set for Oct. 21
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The Hon. Michael E. Wiles of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Southern District of New York approved the request of Citicare,
Inc. for entry of an order:

     (i) approving use of the Debtor's Second Amended Chapter 11
Plan as a disclosure statement pursuant to section 1125(f)(1) of
the Bankruptcy Code and Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure; and


    (ii) approving voting and solicitation procedures with respect
to the Debtor's Plan.

The Court will conduct a hearing to consider confirmation of the
Plan on October 21, 2016 at 10:00 a.m.  The Confirmation Hearing
may be adjourned from time to time by the Court or the Debtor
without further notice to parties other than an announcement in
Court at the confirmation hearing or any adjourned Confirmation
Hearing.

These dates and procedures with respect to the Plan are
established:

     -- October 7, 2016 shall be the deadline for objections to
claims for purposes of fixing creditors' rights to vote. A failure
to object by October 7, 2016 shall be without prejudice to later
objections to the merits of such claims.

     -- October 14, 2016, at 4:00 p.m., shall be the deadline by
which the Ballots to accept or reject the Plan shall be received
from eligible creditors. Unless otherwise specifically ordered by
the Court with respect to a specific Ballot, all Ballots must be
completed, signed, returned to, and actually received by the Debtor
on or before the Voting Deadline in order to be counted;

     -- October 14, 2016, at 4:00 p.m. shall be the deadline to
file and serve any objections and evidence in opposition to
confirmation of the Plan, which must (i) be in writing; (ii) set
forth in detail the name and address of the party filing the
objection, the grounds for the objection, any evidentiary support
therefore in the nature of declarations submitted under penalty of
perjury, and the amount of the objector's Claims or such other
grounds that give the objector standing to assert the objection;
and (iii) be served upon the parties at the addresses set forth in
the Confirmation and Sale Hearing Notice. Any objection not
properly and timely filed and served may not be considered and may
be overruled;

     -- October 14, 2016 shall be the deadline for motions for
temporary allowance of claims for voting purposes under Rule 3018;


     -- October 18, 2016 shall be the deadline for the Debtor to
submit a brief in support of the confirmation of the Plan should
they choose to file one;

     -- October 18, 2016 shall be the deadline to submit a summary
of the Voting Report respect to the Plan; and

     -- October 21, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. shall be the date and time
of the confirmation hearing.

According to a report by the Troubled Company Reporter, Citicare
has asked the Bankruptcy Court to authorize the sale of assets to
Urban Health Plan, Inc., for up to $4,000,000.  The Debtor's
amended Motion is filed as an alternative to its Second Amended
Chapter 11 Plan.

                       About Citicare, Inc.

Citicare, Inc., is a New York Corporation providing comprehensive
primary and specialty care to medically underserved communities.
It operates from its premises  located at 154 West 127th Street in
The borough of Manhattan, City of New York.  The company's health
care facility provided services to 5,500 unique patients and
generated 25,000 visits in the year ending Dec. 31, 2014.

Citicare filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition (Bankr. S.D.N.Y.
Case No. 13-11902) on June 9, 2013.  The petition was signed by
Silva Umukoro, the president.  The Debtor estimated assets of
$500,000 to $1 million and debts of $1 million to $10 million.

The Debtor is represented by Gabriel Del Virginia, Esq., at the
Law Offices Of Gabriel Del Virginia, in New York.

As the Debtor is in the healthcare business, on Sept. 12, 2013 a
patient care ombudsman was appointed under Section 333(a)(1) of
the Bankruptcy Code.


CLAIRE'S STORES: Moody's Affirms Ca-PD PDR, Outlook Negative
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Moody's Investors Service affirmed the Ca-PD probability of default
rating of Claire's Stores, Inc. and appended the PDR with the "/LD"
(limited default) designation.  The outlook is unchanged at
negative.

                        RATINGS RATIONALE

These rating actions result from Claire's closing its exchange
offer, which we have characterized as a distressed exchange.

Moody's will remove the "/LD" designation from Claire's PDR after
three days.  These transactions do not constitute an event of
default under any of the company's debt agreements.

Affirmations:

Issuer: Claire's Stores, Inc.
  Probability of Default Rating, Affirmed Ca-PD /LD (/LD appended)

The principal methodology used in this rating was Retail Industry
published in October 2015.


CLARK-CUTLER-MCDERMOTT: Cash Collateral Use Until Sept. 30 Approved
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Judge Christopher J. Panos of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Massachusetts authorized Clark-Cutler-McDermott Company
and its affiliated debtors to use cash collateral on an interim
basis until Sept. 30, 2016.

The Debtors were authorized to use cash collateral solely for the
following purposes:

     Expenditure                Week Ended       Week Ended
     -----------                Sept. 23         Sept. 30
                                ----------       ----------

     Payroll                    $33,500          $15,136

     401(k)                     $1,500              -

     Use and Occupancy for      $16,825             -
     130 Constitution Avenue

     Rigging Services to        $15,000             -  
     vacate warehouse

     Approved Payments to       $15,614.72          -
     staffing agencies

     Utilities                  $10,000          $10,000
     Maintenance                $10,000           $8,000

The Debtors were directed to file with the Court either a proposed
Budget and form of Order authorizing the continued use of cash
collateral and indicating whether General Motors and the Official
Committee of Unsecured Creditors consent to the entry of such
Order, or a Notice indicating that the parties have been unable to
agree on the terms of a Cash Collateral Order, together with a
proposed Budget and form of Order for consideration by the Court.

Judge Panos held that in the event that the parties are unable to
agree upon and submit a consensual Budget and form of Order, the
Court will hold an evidentiary hearing on the continued use of cash
collateral on Sept. 30, 2016 at 9:30 a.m.

A full-text copy of the Order, dated Sept. 23, 2016, is available
at https://is.gd/pI3fw2

            About Clark-Cutler-McDermott Company

Automobile parts manufacturer Clark-Cutler-McDermott Company and
its subsidiary CCM Automotive Lafayette LLC filed chapter 11
petitions (Bankr. D. Mass. Lead Case No. 16-41188) on July 7,
2016.

The cases are pending joint administration before Hon. Christopher
J. Panos.  The petitions were signed by James T. McDermott, CEO.

The Debtors are represented by Charles A. Dale, III, Esq., David
Mawhinney, Esq., and Mackenzie Shea, Esq., at K&L Gates LLP.

The Debtors each estimated assets of $10 million to $50 million and
debts of $10 million to $50 million at the time of the chapter 11
filings.


CLIFFS NATURAL: Egan-Jones Hikes Sr. Unsecured Ratings to CCC
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Egan-Jones Ratings Company on Aug. 26, 2016 upgraded the senior
unsecured ratings on debt issued by Cliffs Natural Resources Inc.
to CCC from C.



CLOUD PEAK: S&P Lowers CCR to 'SD' & Rates 2nd-Lien Notes 'B-'
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S&P Global Ratings lowered its corporate credit rating on Gillette,
Wyo.-based Cloud Peak Energy Resources LLC to 'SD' from 'B+'.

At the same time, S&P lowered the issue-level rating on Cloud
Peak's $300 million senior unsecured notes due 2019 and its $200
million senior unsecured notes due 2024 to 'D' from 'B+'.  S&P
revised the recovery rating on the senior unsecured notes to '6'
from '4', reflecting its expectation of negligible (0% to 10%)
recovery in the event of a conventional default.

S&P assigned a 'B-' issue level rating on the proposed second-lien
notes due 2021 with a '3' recovery rating, reflecting S&P's
expectation of meaningful (50% to 70%, upper half of the range)
recovery in the event of a conventional default.

"The rating action is a result of a below-par exchange offer of the
senior unsecured notes," said S&P Global Ratings analyst Vania
Dimova.  "In addition, we believe the deterioration in operating
performance and diminished liquidity over the past several quarters
offer additional uncertainly over the company's ability to generate
positive free operating cash flow in the forecast period."

Once the exchange is complete, S&P Global Ratings will assign a
corporate credit rating and outlook that reflects the new capital
structure.


CLUB VILLAGE: CF SBC Pledgor 1 Cash Use Until Dec. 23 Allowed
-------------------------------------------------------------
Judge Paul G. Hyman, Jr., of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Southern District of Florida authorized Club Village, LLC, to use
CF SBC Pledgor 1 2012-1 Trust's cash collateral on an interim basis
through Dec. 23, 2016.

The approved Budget, which covers the period beginning Aug. 22,
2016 and ending on Dec. 23, 2016, provides for total monthly
expenses in the amount of $65,045.

The Debtor was directed to make monthly adequate protection
payments to CF SBC in the amount of $20,000, until the closing of
the sale of the Debtor's property or the closing or dismissal of
the case, whichever occurs earlier.

CF SBC was granted a first priority replacement security interest
and lien on all currently owned or after acquired assets and/or
properties of the Debtor, in the same types of collateral and to
the same extent and priority existing s of the Petition Date.

Judge Hyman held that the Office of the United States Trustee will
be entitled to a carve-out from CF SBC's cash collateral for the
payment of its quarterly UST Fees.
    
A full-text copy of the Interim Order, dated Sept. 23, 2016, is
available at
http://tinyurl.com/hh4ot79

                  About Club Village

Club Village, LLC, filed a chapter 11 petition (Bankr. S.D. Fla.
Case No. 16-21497) on Aug. 22, 2016.  The petition was signed by
Fred DeFalco, managing member.  The Debtor is represented by Aaron
A. Wernick, Esq., at Furr & Cohen.  The case is assigned to Judge
Erik P. Kimball.  The Debtor disclosed total assets at $11.5
million and total debts at $11.2 million.


COMMUNITY HEALTH: Egan-Jones Cuts Sr. Unsec. Ratings to B-
----------------------------------------------------------
Egan-Jones Ratings Company on Aug. 26, 2016, downgraded the senior
unsecured ratings on debt issued by Community Health Systems Inc.
to B- from B.



CONTOURGLOBAL LP: Fitch Affirms B+ Long-term Issuer Default Rating
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Fitch Ratings has affirmed ContourGlobal L.P.'s (CGLP) Long-Term
Issuer Default Rating (IDR) at 'B+'. The Rating Outlook is Stable.
In addition, Fitch affirmed its rating for ContourGlobal Power
Holdings S.A.'s (CGPH) super senior revolver due 2018 at 'BB+/RR1'
and the senior secured notes due 2021 at'BB-/RR3'. CGPH is a
financing subsidiary of CGLP and the ratings of its debt
obligations primarily benefit from a guarantee from CGLP.

The individual security ratings at CGLP are notched based on a
recovery analysis that reflects the IDR and the priority ranking of
the debt obligations in a hypothetical default scenario.

KEY RATING DRIVERS

   -- Relatively stable earnings supported by long-term contracts;

   -- Kosovo project could potentially impair credit quality;

   -- Maritsa payment received;

   -- Counterparty concentration risk remains high albeit
      declining.

CGLP's IDR primarily reflects its relatively stable earnings from
long-term contracts and regulated earnings which account for an
average of 90% of total revenue between 2016 and 2021. Power
purchase agreements (PPAs) have a weighted average life of
approximately 12 years. PPAs are either capacity-based which covers
fuel cost and other variable costs or with fixed long-term prices
with inflation pass-through. 42% of the off-takers by capacity are
investment grade, 42% are non-investment grade and 16% are not
rated. With political risk insurance (PRI), approximately 80% of
off-takers by capacity are investment grade.

Fitch believes the Kosovo lignite power plant project could
potentially impair CGLP's credit quality due to the large size of
the project, long construction period and a weak counterparty. In
December 2015, CGLP reached preliminary agreement with the Kosovo
government to build a 500MW lignite power plant to replace an old
lignite plant. Project is estimated to cost over EUR1 billion.
Management has publicly indicated that it will use 70% project
debt. Ground breaking is expected to start in 2017-2018 and project
is expected to complete in 2022. The off-taker of the PPA is
expected to be Kosovo Energy Corporation (KEK, an entity owned by
the Kosovo Government; not rated). Largely reflecting historical
legacies, Kosovo remains one of the poorest countries in Europe and
is struggling with a high unemployment rate. The reasonable cost of
this project has been challenged by various sources. To partially
offset these concerns, Fitch notes that CGLP has experience in
building projects in developing countries. At this time, CGLP has
not made any binding commitment to invest in the project. Fitch
will closely monitor the progress of the project and its impact on
CGLP's credit quality.

Counterparty concentration risk remains high but is declining. For
2016, three projects - Maritsa, Arrubal and Inka - are expected to
represent approximately 40% of CGLP's total proportionate EBITDA
(CGLP's share). The percentage has declined from 2014's 63%,
primarily as 1.1GW of new capacity has been acquired or completed
since 2014.

Fitch views the settlement between CGLP's Maritsa East (Maritsa)
and Natsionalna Elektricheska Kompania EAD (NEK) positively. In
April 2016, Maritsa received approximately EUR143 million of
overdue receivables from NEK. The 15% reduction in capacity payment
took effect upon the receipt of the payment.

Fitch evaluates CGLP's credit metrics both on a consolidated and
parent-only cash flow basis. The consolidated method acknowledges
that although project debt is non-recourse, CGLP will likely
provide financial and operational support in times of stress for
its large projects. Many projects such as Maritsa are contracted
with government or quasi-government counterparties, thus could be
difficult to terminate. Fitch projects that consolidated FFO
adjusted leverage from 2016 through 2019 could range from 5x to 6x,
without the Kosovo project. On a parent-only cash flow basis, Fitch
projects that the recourse debt/APOCF (available parent-only cash
flow) will likely average 5x during the same period. The
parent-only cash flow metric is based on distribution from projects
and is structurally inferior to cash flow at the project company
level. If the Kosovo project moves forward, Fitch estimates that
these credit metrics will likely weaken during construction and
recover after construction. However, details of this project are
largely unknown at this time.

Recovery Analysis

The 'BB+/RR1' ratings for CGPH's super senior revolver and
'BB-/RR3' for its senior secured notes are based on Fitch's
recovery waterfall analysis. Fitch values CGLP's equity interest in
its operating subsidiaries at approximately $500 million under a
distressed scenario. The 'RR1' rating for the revolver reflects
outstanding recovery prospects given default with securities
historically recovering 91%-100% of current principal and related
interest and reflects a three-notch positive differential from
CGLP's 'B+' IDR. The 'RR3' rating for the senior secured notes
reflects a one-notch positive differential from the 'B+' IDR and
indicates good recovery of principal and related interest of
between 51%-70%.

KEY ASSUMPTIONS

Fitch's key assumptions within our rating case for the issuer
include:

   -- Assume equity contribution of $50 million 2016;

   -- Reduced capacity payment from NEK by 15% starting April
      2016;

   -- Maritsa and Arrubal availability factors are at required
      level of 82% for Maritsa, and 86%-93% for Arrubal (actual
      availability has been higher historically);

   -- Fitch's projections for the rating case do not include the
      Kosovo project, as no binding commitment has been made at
      this time.

RATING SENSITIVITIES

Positive: Future developments that may lead to a positive rating
action include:

   -- On a consolidated basis, FFO adjusted leverage below 5x on a

      sustained basis; on a parent-only basis, recourse debt/APOCF

      below 4x on a sustained basis;

   -- Materially reduced counterparty concentration risks such
      that EBITDA from any single off-taker is consistently less
      than 15%;

   -- High likelihood of re-contracting major PPAs at pricing
      levels that are similar to existing levels with similar
      terms.

Negative: Future developments that could lead to negative rating
action include:

   -- On a consolidated basis, FFO adjusted leverage above 7x on a

      sustained basis; on a parent-only basis, recourse debt/APOCF

      above 6x on a sustained basis;

   -- If the major PPAs experience unexpected and material price
      reduction or termination;

   -- If more than 50% of total revenue becomes uncontracted;

   -- If future projects, including the Kosovo project, experience

      material cost overruns and delays, are not prudently
      financed and/or encounter substantial political
      interference, causing financial distress at the project
      level and/or at the parent level such that CGLP breaches the

      guideline ratios aforementioned on a sustained basis.

Fitch has affirmed the following ratings:

   CGLP

   -- Long-Term IDR at 'B+';

   CGPH

   -- Senior secured revolver at 'BB+/RR1';

   -- Senior secured debt at 'BB-/RR3'.

The Rating Outlook is Stable.


CORE RESOURCE: U.S. Trustee Adds Now CFO as Committee Member
------------------------------------------------------------
Ilene J. Lashinsky, the U.S. Trustee for the District of Arizona,
on Sept. 22, 2016, added Now CFO, LLC, in the official committee of
unsecured creditors of Core Resources Management, Inc.

As reported by the Troubled Company Reporter, the U.S. Trustee on
July 15 appointed three creditors to serve on the Committee.

The committee members now include:

     (1) Mary Ann Kestner
         325 Ladera Street, Unit 1
         Santa Barbara, CA 93101
         Tel: (805) 729-4646
         E-mail: maryannkestner@yahoo.com

     (2) James R. Harlan
         Anita J. Harlan
         501 South Roanoke
         Mesa, AZ 85206
         Tel: (319) 671-0614
         E-mail: jimharlan7@gmail.com

    (3) John Leggat
         4039 East Sunnyside Drive
         Phoenix, AZ 85028
         Tel: (602) 705-9440
         E-mail: jrlegg@aol.com

     (4) Now CFO, LLC
         Attn: Debbie Robb, General Counsel
         5251 S. Green Street, Suite 350
         Salt Lake City, UT 84123
         Tel: (801) 979-2747
         E-mail: drobb@nowcfo.com

Official creditors' committees have the right to employ legal and
accounting professionals and financial advisors, at a debtor's
expense.  They may investigate the debtor's business and financial
affairs.  Importantly, official committees serve as fiduciaries to
the general population of creditors they represent.

                    About Core Resources

Core Resources Management, Inc., sought protection under Chapter 11
of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Ariz. Case No. 16-06712) on June
13, 2016.  The petition was signed by Dennis Miller, chief
operating officer.  The case is assigned to Judge Brenda K.
Martin.

At the time of the filing, the Debtor estimated its assets and
debts at $1 million to $10 million.

Hauf PLC serves as counsel to the Debtor.

The U.S. Trustee, on July 15, 2016, appointed three creditors to
serve in the official committee of unsecured creditors in the
Debtors' cases.  Dickinson Wright PLLC serves as counsel to the
Committee.


CREATIVE FOODS: Use of Ridgestone Cash Collateral Until Oct. 21 OK
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Judge Jack B. Schmetterer of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Northern District of Illinois authorized Creative Foods, LLC, to
use Ridgestone Bank's cash collateral on an interim basis, until
Oct. 21, 2016.

The Debtor is indebted to Ridgestone Bank in the amount of
$331,804, plus attorney's fees.  Ridgestone Bank holds a valid
first priority security interest in and lien on all of the assets
of the Debtor, including equipment, inventory, accounts,
instruments, chattel paper, general intangibles, and all their
proceeds and products.

The Debtor was authorized to use cash collateral for the sole
purpose of paying the ordinary and necessary expenses relating to
the operation of its restaurant business located at 1 Walker
Avenue, Clarendon Hills, Illinois.

The approved Budget provides for total expenditures in the amount
of $17,147 for a one-week period, and $73,734 for a one-month
period.

Ridgestone Bank was granted replacement liens on all the Debtor's
assets.  The Debtor was directed to make monthly adequate payments
to Ridgestone Bank in the amount of $1,388.

A full-text copy of the Interim Order, dated Sept. 22, 2016, is
available at https://is.gd/fZ9OCe

                 About Creative Foods

Creative Foods, LLC, filed a chapter 11 petition (Bankr. N.D. Ill.
Case No. 16-19927) on
June 17, 2016.  The petition was signed by Anthony Swigon, general
manager - member.  The Debtor is represented by David P. Lloyd,
Esq., at David P. Lloyd, Ltd.  The case is assigned to Judge Jack
B. Schmetterer.  The Debtor estimated assets at $0 to $50,000 and
liabilities of $1 million to $10 million at the time of the filing.


D & C ENTERPRISES: Hires Alliance Financial as Tax Return Preparer
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D & C Enterprises PC seeks authorization from the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the Western District of Missouri to employ Alliance
Financial and Income Tax as tax return preparer, nunc pro tunc to
the September 9, 2016 petition date.

The Debtor requires Alliance Financial to (a) handle the
preparation and filing of the annual state and federal tax returns;
and (b) review records related to the state and federal tax
returns.

Alliance Financial will be paid at a flat fee of $600 and will be
reimbursed for reasonable out-of-pocket expenses incurred.

The Debtor owes Michael Mead, member of Alliance Financial, some
compensation for previous accounting services. Mead agreed to waive
those past due amount by the Debtor and will continue to do
accounting work for the business of the Debtor.

Michael Mead, assured the Court that the firm is a "disinterested
person" as the term is defined in Section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy
Code and does not represent any interest adverse to the Debtors and
their estates.

Alliance Financial can be reached at:

         Michael Mead
         ALLIANCE FINANCIAL AND INCOME TAX
         807 Vesper St.
         Blue Springs, MO 64015
         Phone: 816-220-2001
         
           About D & C Enterprises

D & C Enterprises, P.C., Runs a veterinary services business
located at 1102 E 23rd St. in Independence, Mo.  The company is
also known as the Cedar Ridge Animal Hospital, and is located on
the premises of the building in which it operates. Both businesses
are owned by the veterinarian, Dr. Cassie Cure. On July 11, 2016, D
& C Enterprises, P.C. sought Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. W.D. Mo.
Case No. 16-41803). George J. Thomas, Esq., at Phillips & Thomas
LLC, serves as counsel to the Debtor. No trustee, examiner, or
statutory committee has been appointed in the Chapter 11 case. At
the time of the filing, the Debtor disclosed $35,100 in assets and
$1.06 million in debts.


DCP MIDSTREAM: Egan-Jones Hikes Sr. Unsec. Ratings to BB+
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Egan-Jones Ratings Company raised on Aug. 29, 2016, the senior
unsecured ratings on debt issued by DCP Midstream Partners LP to
BB+ from BB.



DEBORAH WHITE: Disclosure Statement Hearing on Nov. 16
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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maryland is set to
hold a hearing on November 16, at 10:30 a.m., to consider approval
of the disclosure statement explaining the Chapter 11 plan of
Deborah White.

The hearing will take place at the U.S. Courthouse, Courtroom 3C,
6500 Cherrywood Lane, Greenbelt, Maryland.  Objections are due by
October 19.

                       About Deborah White

Deborah A. White is a resident of Montgomery County, Maryland.  

The Debtor filed for bankruptcy under Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy
Code (Bankr. D. Md. Case 15-19909) on July 15, 2015.  The case was
filed to reorganize her debts and assets, and stop a tax sale and
foreclosure of her properties.  

After determining that she would not be able to continue her
Chapter 13 case, the Debtor filed a motion to convert the case to
one under Chapter 11.  The court ordered the conversion of the case
on Nov. 25, 2015.


DEVON HEALTH: Plan Carves Out $25,000 for $8MM Unsecured Claims
---------------------------------------------------------------
Devon Health Services, Inc., asks the Hon. Stephen Raslavich to
approve the disclosure statement explaining its Chapter 11 plan of
liquidation.

Under the Plan, the Debtor proposes to pay out to unsecured
creditors (Class 2) a $25,000 carve-out, from a prior settlement
with Wilmington Savings Fund Society, FSB, and Itochu
International, as well as any proceeds from the successful
prosecution of insider actions and any proceeds from the asset
sales once WSFS is paid in full.  

The Debtor's schedule F lists $8,031,970 in unsecured debt, which
includes a $7,451,645 judgment held by Itochu International that is
collateralized by the property of other individuals and debtor
affiliates as well as the Debtor.

As of Aug. 29, 2016, WSFS holds a prepetition secured claim in the
aggregate principal amount of $8,013,650 and interest in the amount
of $2,777,005, for a total amount of $10,790,655.  Its claim
comprises Class 1.

WSFS has already received $25,000 from the proceeds of the sale of
the Debtor's assets that clsoed on May 1, 2016, and has received
and continues to receive 100% of the collections from the Debtor's
accounts as of May 1, 2016.  It also has received proceeds from a
MMO Termination Agreement and it is slated to receive a deferred
pro-rata portion of the proceeds of the litigation against
insiders, less a $45,000 carveout for administrative expenses and
$25,000 carveout for unsecured claims.

WSFS also has agreed to waive its right to receive any payment on
account of its claims against the Debtor from the first $125,000
paid or to be paid to unsecured creditors of the Debtor on account
of their unsecured claims from the proceeds of any action brought
by or on behalf of the Debtor or its bankruptcy estate, including,
without limitation, the insider actions.

On May 1, 2016, the Debtor closed a private sale of its assets for
$25,000.  The sale proceeds less any closing costs have been turned
over to WSFS.  

Itochu will manage the insider litigation together with a
liquidation agent.

According to the Disclosure Statement, the Debtor will continue to
be managed by Dr. John A. Bennett with Michael Kaliner, Esq., as
liquidation agent.

The Disclosure Statement also relates that for nearly two years,
the Debtor's broker attempted to market the business and in August
2014 struck a deal to sell all assets to Stratose, Inc.  That buyer
ultimately left the table, and the Debtor and its broker secured
several other letters of intent or agreements of sale.  However,
each potential sales failed to close or obtain bankruptcy court
approval.  Therefore, Devon finds it in the best interest of the
estate and its creditors to liquidate the assets and cease
operations.

A copy of the Disclosure Statement is available at:

          http://bankrupt.com/misc/paeb13-20219-0383.pdf

Devon Health Services, Inc., was founded in 1991 as a
radiology-specific Preferred Provider Organization.  A PPO is a
subscription-based medical care arrangement.

Devon Health Services, Inc., based in King of Prussia, Pa., filed a
Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition (Bankr. E.D. Pa. Case No. 13-20219)
on Nov. 22, 2013, listing under $10 million in assets and under $50
million in liabilities.  The Hon. Bruce I. Fox presides over the
case.  The petition was signed by Dr. John A. Bennett, MD, CEO.

The Debtor is represented in the case by:

                  Albert A. Ciardi, III, Esq.
                  Jennifer E. Cranston, Esq.
                  CIARDI CIARDI & ASTIN, P.C.
                  One Commerce Square
                  2005 Market Street, Suite 1930
                  Philadelphia, PA 19103
                  Tel: (215) 557-3550
                  Fax: (215) 557-3551
                  E-mail: aciardi@ciardilaw.com
                          jcranston@ciardilaw.com


DIGITALGLOBE INC: Egan-Jones Hikes Sr. Unsec. Ratings to BB
-----------------------------------------------------------
Egan-Jones Ratings Company on Aug. 31, 2016, upgraded the senior
unsecured ratings on debt issued by DigitalGlobe Inc. to BB from
B+.



DOMINICA LLC: Employs Van Dam Law as Bankruptcy Counsel
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Dominica LLC seeks authorization from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for
the District of Massachusetts to employ Van Dam Law LLP as
bankruptcy proceedings counsel.

The Debtor requires Van Dam to:

     (1) render general representation of the Debtor in the
bankruptcy proceedings; and,

     (2) perform all legal services which will be necessary in the
bankruptcy proceedings for the Debtor.

Van Dam will be paid for an hourly rate of $350, in which such
compensation and expense reimbursement will nevertheless be subject
to allowance by the Court upon filing of an Application of
Compensation.  

Van Dam will also be reimbursed for reasonable out-of-pocket
expenses incurred.

Van Dam already received a retainer of $5,000 from the Debtor's
Manager.

Although Michael Van Dam, member of the law firm Van Dam Law LLP,
represented the Creditor Endeavor Capital while employed in the law
firm through 2011, he conveyed the matter verbally and in writing,
through the application, to the Debtor, and assured the Court that
the firm is a "disinterested person" as the term is defined in
Section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code and does not represent any
interest adverse to the Debtors and their estates.

Van Dam can be reached at:

      Michael Van Dam, Esq.
      VAN DAM LAW LLP
      233 Needham Street
      Newton, MA. 02464
      Tel: (617) 969-2900
      Email: mvandam@vandamlaw.com

                   About Dominica

Dominica, LLC, filed a chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D. Mass. Case
No. 16-13461-JNF) on Sept. 8, 2016.  The Debtor is represented by
Michael Van Dam, Esq., at Van Dam Law LLP.


DOMINICA LLC: Has Until Oct. 13 to Use Cash Collateral
------------------------------------------------------
Judge Joan N. Feeney of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District
of Massachusetts authorized Dominica LLC to use cash collateral on
an interim basis, until Oct. 13, 2016 at 10:45 a.m.

Judge Feeney held that all rents will be deposited in a DIP account
and no expenditures will be made pending further order of the
Court.

A full-text copy of the Order, dated Sept. 23, 2016, is available
at https://is.gd/dhJCVo

                     About Dominica

Dominica LLC filed a chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D. Mass. Case No.
16-13461) on September 8, 2016.  The petition was signed by
Evangeline Martin, manager.  The Debtor is represented by Michael
Van Dam, Esq., at Van Dam Law LLP.  The Debtor estimated assets and
liabilities at $500,001 to $1 million at the time of the filing.


DRM SALES: Files Amended Chapter 11 Liquidating Plan
----------------------------------------------------
DRM Sales & Supply, LLC, and DRM Rental Properties, LLC, filed with
the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Texas the
companies' latest Chapter 11 plan of liquidation.  

The liquidating plan provides for the creation of a trust and the
transfer of certain assets of the companies to the trust on the
effective date of the plan.  

The trust will be created to liquidate the assets; make payments to
creditors; close the companies' bankruptcy cases; and otherwise
implement the plan and finally administer the estates.

Under the plan, each holder of a general unsecured claim against
DRM Sales will receive its pro rata share of interests in a
liquidating trust on the effective date of the plan, and cash
payment from the so-called distribution reserve.

General unsecured creditors of DRM Sales assert a total of $7.6
million in claims.

Meanwhile, general unsecured claims against DRM Rental will be
cancelled and released without any distribution.  These claims in
the total amount of $1.935 million are impaired, according to the
companies' disclosure statement explaining the plan.

A copy of the disclosure statement is available for free at
https://is.gd/LRjP0V

                     About DRM Sales & Supply

DRM Sales & Supply, LLC's business consists of buying and
distributing steel casing pipe, tubing, and other such supplies
used in the drilling operations of oil rigs engaged in the
exploration for oil and gas throughout the United States.

DRM Sales & Supply sought Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. W.D. Tex.
Case No. 16-70028) in Midland, Texas, on Feb. 26, 2016.  David R.
Langston, Esq., at Mullin Hoard & Brown, L.L.P., serves as counsel
to the Debtor.  The Debtor estimated assets of $1 million to $10
million and debt of $10 million to $50 million.


EDWIN GORDON BOND: Unsecureds To Be Paid $100 Per Month Under Plan
------------------------------------------------------------------
Edwin Gordon Bond, Jr., and Elizabeth Ann Bond filed with the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Tennesse a disclosure
statement descrbing the Debtor's original Chapter 11 plan.

Under the Plan, holders of Class 4-A General Unsecured Claims --
totaling $978,690.51 -- will be paid $100 per month starting on the
10th day of the month following the effective date and ending on
the 60th month after the Effective Date.  The creditors are
expected to get a total payout of $6,000.

The Plan will be funded income from the husband's employment with
BAE Systems Technology Solutions & Services, Inc.

The Disclosure Statement is available at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/tneb15-33362-47.pdf

The Plan was filed by the Debtor's counsel:

     Steven L. Lefkovitz, Esq.
     STEVEN L. LEFKOVITZ
     618 Church Street, Suite 410
     Nashville, TN 37219
     Tel: (615) 256-8300
     Fax: (615) 255-4516
     E-mail: slefkovitz@lefkovitz.com

Edwin Gordon Bond, Jr., and Elizabeth Ann Bond receive income from
husband's employment as a manager with BAE Systems Technology
Solutions & Services, Inc., located in Charleston, South Carolina.

The Debtors filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection (Bankr. E.D.
Tenn. Case No. 15-33362) on Nov. 10, 2015.


ELK CREEK: Seeks to Hire Benson Blevins as Accountant
-----------------------------------------------------
Elk Creek International, Inc. seeks approval from the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of North Carolina to hire
an accountant.

The Debtor proposes to hire Benson, Blevins & Associates, PLLC to
provide accounting services in connection with its Chapter 11 case.
The firm's professionals and their hourly rates are:

     Partner          $190
     Manager          $130
     CPA Staff         $95
     Clerical Staff    $50

James Sebastian, a certified public accountant and member of
Benson, disclosed in a court filing that the firm is a
"disinterested person" as defined in section 101(14) of the
Bankruptcy Code.

The firm can be reached through:

     James A. Sebastian
     Benson, Blevins & Associates, PLLC
     302 Ninth Street
     P.O. Box 1026
     North Wilkesboro, N.C. 28659
     Phone: (336) 838-3175
     Fax: (336) 667-0989

                  About Elk Creek International

Elk Creek International, Inc., fdba Elk Creek Lumber Inc., fdba Elk
Creek Properties, LLC, sought protection under Chapter 11 (Bankr.
W.D.N.C. Case No. 16-50423) on July 5, 2016.  The petition was
signed by David M. Blair, president.  The Debtor is represented by
James H. Henderson, Esq., at The Henderson Law Firm.  The case is
assigned to Judge Laura T. Beyer.  The Debtor estimated assets of
$0 to $50,000 and debts of $1 million to $10 million at the time of
the filing.


EMES PROPERTIES: Voluntary Chapter 11 Case Summary
--------------------------------------------------
Debtor: Emes Properties LLC
        11000 Blackhawk Boulevard
        Davie, FL 33328

Case No.: 16-23124

Chapter 11 Petition Date: September 26, 2016

Court: United States Bankruptcy Court
       Southern District of Florida (Fort Lauderdale)

Judge: Hon. Raymond B Ray

Debtor's Counsel: Linda M Leali, Esq.
                  LINDA LEALI, P.A.
                  777 Brickell Avenue, Suite 500
                  Miami, FL 33131
                  Tel: (305) 341-0671
                  E-mail: lleali@lealilaw.com

Estimated Assets: $1 million to $10 million

Estimated Liabilities: $1 million to $10 million

The petition was signed by Gideon Gratsiani, member.

The Debtor has no unsecured creditor.

A full-text copy of the petition is available for free at:

         http://bankrupt.com/misc/flsb16-23124.pdf


ENERGY FUTURE: Paul Weiss, Young Conaway Represent Ad Hoc Committee
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Certain unaffiliated holders of indebtedness issued pursuant to,
inter alia, (i) that certain credit agreement, dated as of Oct. 10,
2007, by and among, inter alia, Texas Competitive Electric Holdings
Company LLC, as borrower; Energy Future Competitive Holdings
Company and certain of its subsidiaries, as guarantors; Wilmington
Trust, N.A., as successor administrative agent and collateral
agent; and the lenders from time to time party thereto and (ii)
that certain indenture dated as of April 19, 2011, by and among,
inter alia, TCEH and TCEH Finance, Inc., as issuers, EFCH and
certain of its subsidiaries, as guarantors, and Delaware Trust
Company fka CSC Trust Company of Delaware, as successor trustee,
submitted with the Bankruptcy Court an eighth supplemental verified
statement in the Chapter 11 cases of Energy Future Holdings, et
al.

In February 2013, certain members of the Ad Hoc Committee of
TCEH First Lien Creditors retained Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton &
Garrison LLP, to represent them in connection with potential
restructuring discussions involving the Debtors.  From time to time
thereafter, certain additional holders of TCEH First Lien Claims
have joined the Ad Hoc Committee of TCEH First Lien Creditors.  In
October 2013, the Ad Hoc Committee of TCEH
First Lien Creditors retained Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP,
as its Delaware counsel.

Since Paul Weiss and Young Conaway filed the Seventh Supplemental
2019 Statement on May 31, 2016, King Street Capital Management,
L.P., has ceased to be a member of the Ad Hoc Committee of TCEH
First Lien Creditors.  Paul Weiss and Young Conaway then submitted
the Eighth Supplemental 2019 Statement to update and supplement the
Prior Rule 2019 Statements.

As of Sept. 26, 2016, Paul Weiss and Young Conaway represents only
the Ad Hoc Committee of TCEH First Lien Creditors and does not
represent or purport to represent any other entities with respect
to the Debtors' Chapter 11 cases.  In addition, each member of the
Ad Hoc Committee of TCEH First Lien Creditors does not purport to
act, represent or speak on behalf of any other entities in
connection with the Debtors' Chapter 11 cases.

The members of the Ad Hoc Committee of TCEH First Lien Creditors
hold disclosable economic interests, or act as investment advisors
or managers to funds and accounts or their respective subsidiaries
that hold disclosable economic interests in relation to the
Debtors.  The list of the names, addresses and nature and amount of
each disclosable economic interest of each present member of the Ad
Hoc Committee of TCEH First Lien Creditors as of Sept. 19, 2016, is
available at https://is.gd/6S4Lll

The Counsel of the Ad Hoc Committee of TCEH First Lien Creditors
can be reached at:

     Pauline K. Morgan, Esq.
     Ryan M. Bartley, Esq.
     Andrew L. Magaziner, Esq.
     YOUNG CONAWAY STARGATT & TAYLOR LLP
     1000 North King Street
     Wilmington, Delaware 19801
     Tel: (302) 571-6600
     Fax: (302) 571-1253  
     E-mail: pmorgan@ycst.com
             rbartley@ycst.com
             amagaziner@ycst.com

          -- and --

     Alan W. Kornberg, Esq.
     Brian S. Hermann, Esq.
     Jacob A. Adlerstein, Esq.
     PAUL, WEISS, RIFKIND, WHARTON &  GARRISON LLP
     1285 Avenue of the Americas
     New York, New York 10019
     Tel: (212) 373-3000
     Fax: (212) 757-3990  
     E-mail: akornberg@paulweiss.com
             bhermann@paulweiss.com
             jadlerstein@paulweiss.com

                    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 its businesses operating while
reducing its 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.  An Official Committee of
Unsecured Creditors has been appointed in the case. The Committee
represents the interests of the unsecured creditors of only of
Energy Future Competitive Holdings Company LLC; EFCH's direct
subsidiary, Texas Competitive Electric Holdings Company LLC; and
EFH Corporate Services Company, and of no other debtors. The
Committee has selected Morrison & Foerster LLP and Polsinelli PC
for representation in this high-profile energy restructuring. The
lawyers working on the case are James M. Peck, Esq., Brett H.
Miller, Esq., and Lorenzo Marinuzzi, Esq., at Morrison & Foerster
LLP; and Christopher A. Ward, Esq., Justin K. Edelson, Esq., Shanti
M. Katona, Esq., and Edward Fox, Esq., at Polsinelli PC.

                    About Energy Future

In December 2015, the Bankruptcy Court confirmed the Debtors' Sixth
Amended Joint Plan of Reorganization.  In May 2016, certain first
lien creditors of TCEH delivered a Plan Support Termination Notice
to the Debtors and the other parties to the Plan Support Agreement,
notifying the parties of the occurrence of a Plan Support
Termination Event.  The delivery of the Plan Support Termination
Notice caused the Confirmed Plan to become null and void.

Following the occurrence of the Plan Support Termination Event as
well as the termination of a roughly $20 billion deal to sell the
Debtors' stake in Oncor Electric Delivery Co., the Debtors filed
the Plan of Reorganization and the Disclosure Statement with the
Bankruptcy Court on May 1, 2016.  On May 11, they filed an amended
joint plan of reorganization and a related disclosure statement.

In June 2016, Judge Sontchi approved the disclosure statement
explaining Energy Future Holdings Corp., et al.'s second amended
joint plan of reorganization of the TCEH Debtors and the EFH
Shared Services Debtors.

On Aug. 27, 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.


ESSER FAMILY: Disclosure Statement Hearing Set for Oct. 20
----------------------------------------------------------
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania
expressed doubt that Esser Family Dental, Inc.'s fourth amended
plan dated Sept. 6, 2016, is confirmable.  Nevertheless, the Court
agreed to schedule a hearing on the approval of the Fourth Amended
Disclosure Statement.

Judge Thomas P. Agresti set Oct. 13, 2016 as the last day for
filing and serving Objections to the Fourth Amended Disclosure
Statement.  The Court set Oct. 20 at 10:00 a.m. as the hearing to
consider approval of the Disclosure Statement.

Prior to the filing of the Fourth Amended Plan documents, the Court
denied approval of the Third Amended Disclosure Statement because
under that Plan the Debtor's Principal failed to provide his cash
contribution of $5,000 upfront to overcome the requirements of the
Absolute Priority Rule. The Court was not convinced this amount
would have been paid had the plan been otherwise confirmed.

According to Judge Agresti, under the Fourth Amended Plan, the
Debtor's Principal proposes to contribute only $2,057 to retain his
equity interest in the Debtor.  Accordingly, the Court has concerns
as to whether this plan is confirmable because the amount of the
Principal's contribution may not constitute reasonably equivalent
value for the interest being retained in order to overcome the
requirements of the Absolute Priority Rule.  The Court pointed to
In re G-I Holdings Inc., 420 B.R. 216, 269 (D.N.J. 2009); In re
Tallahassee Associates, LP, 132 BR. 712, 718 (Bankr. W.D. Pa.
1991).

"Nevertheless, the Court will schedule a hearing on the approval of
the Fourth Amended Disclosure Statement to allow the creditor body
to file objections and for the Court to further address these
issues," Judge Agresti said.

As reported by the Troubled Company Reporter, Esser's Plan provides
for these creditor recoveries:

   * Secured creditor PNC -- The secured claim of PNC will be paid
with interest at 5% over 15 years for a monthly payment of
$1,285.10.

   * Secured creditor Patterson Dental -- The secured claim of
Patterson Dental will be paid with interest at 5% over 5 years for
a monthly payment of $612.

   * Unsecured Creditors will be paid 2% on Effective Date.

Counsel to the Debtor:

         John Kroto, Esq.
         Knox, McLaughlin, Gornall & Sennett, PC
         120 West Tenth Street
         Erie, PA 16501

A full-text copy of Fourth Amended Disclosure Statement is
available at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/14-11051-188.pdf

Esser Family Dental, Inc., was one of only 2 dental practices in
northwestern Pennsylvania that could provide treatment for children
with Medicaid in an outpatient surgery center from 1997 through
2012.  Esser Family Dental had two lines of business, a traditional
family dental practice that was started from scratch in 1993, and a
surgery center that treated children with a state funded dental
plan via United Healthcare at an outpatient surgery center for
extensive dental caries.  The Chapter 11 case is in In re Esser
Family Dental, Inc. (Bankr. W.D. Pa. Case No. 14-11051).

The Debtor is represented by Guy C. Fustine, Esq., and John Kroto,
Esq. at KNOX McLAUGHLIN GORNALL & SENNETT, P.C.


FELIX VELAZQUEZ: Plan Outline Ok'd, Confirmation Hearing on Oct. 12
-------------------------------------------------------------------
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Puerto Rico will
consider approval of the Chapter 11 plan of reorganization of Felix
Roque Velazquez at a hearing on October 12.

The hearing will be held at 9:00 a.m., at the Jose V. Toledo
Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse, Courtroom 3, Third Floor, 300
Recinto Sur Street, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

The court had earlier approved the Debtor's disclosure statement,
allowing it to start soliciting votes from creditors.  

Creditors are required to file their objections and cast their
votes on the plan on or before 14 days prior to the hearing.  

Felix R. Roque Velazquez sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D.P.R. Case No. 15-04840) on June 26, 2015.


FERDINAND RAMIREZ: Unsecureds To Recover 20% Under Plan
-------------------------------------------------------
Ferdinand D. Ramirez and Geraldine Osorio Ramirez filed with the
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of California a
combined plan of reorganization and disclosure statement dated
Sept. 6, 2016.

Under the Plan, general unsecured creditors will be paid 20% of
their allowed claims in monthly payments of $360 paid pro rata over
20 months.

The unsecured creditor claims, including the general unsecured
claims of the IRS($10,699.36)(per POC 1-10 filed June 14, 2016) and
FTB ($1163.93), total $35,938.39.

The Disclosure Statement is available at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/canb15-41043-92.pdf

Ferdinand D. Ramirez and Geraldine Ramirez filed for Chapter 11
bankruptcy protection (Bankr. N.D. Cal. Case No. 15-41043) on April
1, 2015.


FIRED UP: Proposes Online Auction of Assets by TAGeX
----------------------------------------------------
Fired Up, Inc., asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western
District of Texas to authorize the sale of furniture, fixtures and
equipment ("FF&E") by online auction to be conducted by TAGeX.

As part of its reorganization effort, the Debtor has identified
locations which should be closed and their assets liquidated.  The
Debtor closed its San Antonio-Military and Pharr locations after
the Petition Date ("Closed Locations").

The FF&E that was used and useable at the Closed Locations remains
on these two sites, as the cost of moving and then trying to
dispose of same could "eat up" a chunk of the ultimate sales
proceeds.  Conversely, however, the Debtor is arguably incurring
administrative expense claims for each month the FF&E remain at the
San Antonio and Pharr locations.

The personal property at the Closed Locations is subject to a lien
in favor of the Bexar and Hidalgo County taxing authorities.  It is
also subject to blanket liens in favor of Prosperity Bank and FRG
Capital.

The Debtor has investigated the ways in which to dispose of the
personalty from Closed Locations that is no longer necessary to the
operation of its business and how it can maximize the proceeds or
"net effect" of a disposition.  It has concluded that an auction
conducted by TAGeX, a company with experience in the restaurant
industry has the greatest chance for doing so with the exception of
the point-of-sale equipment at these locations.

The Debtor received the proposals for an online auction of the FF&E
of each location from TAGeX.  It is seeking approval from the Court
to retain the company and compensate it.  Briefly, TAGeX will
conduct on-line auctions from both these locations and will receive
$1,500 per location for support, a commission of 20% of the auction
proceeds and a Buyer's Premium of 15%.

A copy of TEGeX's credentials and proposed compensation structure
attached to the Motion is available for free at:

        http://bankrupt.com/misc/Fired_Up_164_Sales.pdf

The Debtor anticipates that FRG Capital and Prosperity Bank will
consent to the sale.  The Debtor anticipates that the net proceeds
of the sale of the FF&E for each Closed Location will exceed the
amount of the ad valorem tax liens.  The Debtor proposes to sell
such property free and clear of liens and encumbrances with all
liens to attach to the proceeds in the same priority, validity and
amount as existed prior to the sale.

The Debtor requests that the Court waive 14-day stay of Rule
6004(h) to permit the sales to take place before the end of October
to avoid the accrual of any additional administrative expense
claims.

                    About Fired Up, Inc.

Fired Up, Inc., the Austin, Texas-based owner and operator of the
Johnny Carino's Italian restaurant chain, sought Chapter 11
bankruptcy protection (Bankr. W.D. Tex. Case No. 14-10447) on March
27, 2014, in Austin.  It estimated assets and debt of $10 million
to $50 million.

As of the bankruptcy filing, Fired Up had 2,900 employees and owned
and operated 46 company-owned stores known as Johnny Carino's
Italian in seven states (Texas, Arkansas, Colorado, Louisiana,
Idaho, Kansas and Missouri) and 61 franchised or licensed locations
in 17 states and four other countries (Bahrain, Dubai, Egypt and
Kuwait).

The Debtor disclosed $10,360,877 in assets and $36,139,375 in
liabilities.

The Debtor is represented by Barbara M. Barron, Esq. and Lynn
Saarinen, Esq. at Barron & Newburger, P.C., in Austin.

The U.S. Trustee appointed a seven-member Official Committee of
Unsecured Creditors.  The Committee tapped Pachulski Stang Ziehl &
Jones LLP as its counsel, and FTI Consulting, Inc., as its
financial advisor.


FPMC AUSTIN: Selling Personal Property to St. David's for $1.3M
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FPMC Austin Realty Partners, LP, asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court to
authorize FPMC Austin Realty Partners, LP, asks the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court to authorize the sale of furniture, equipment and related
personal property to St. David's Healthcare Partnership, L.P., for
$1,125,000.

The Debtor's primary asset was a medical campus property commonly
known as the Forest Park Medical Center Hospital and Medical Office
Building located on 8.5 acres on the south side of SH 45 North
between MoPac and I-35 in Round Rock, Texas.  Forest Park Medical
Center consists of a short-term acute care hospital ("Hospital")
and medical office building ("MOB") together with an adjacent
parking garage ("Garage") (collectively, "Real Property").

On May 16, 2016, the Court entered its "Order (I) Approving the
Purchase and Sale Agreement Between the Debtor and St. David's,
(II) Authorizing the Sale of the Debtor's Assets Free and Clear of
Liens, Claims, Interests and Encumbrances, and (III) Granting
Related Relief".  The Debtor sold the Real Property along with all
fixtures and tangible personal property owned by the Debtor at the
time of closing and located in or on the Real Property. The sale to
St. David's closed on May 17, 2016.  Since that date, the Debtor
has acquired additional personal property which is the subject of
the motion.

On the Petition Date, the Hospital was leased to a single tenant,
Forest Park Medical Center at Austin, LLC.  Forrest Park had not
commenced operations and Forest Park and another tenant had
executed leases for space in the MOB, although neither tenant had
taken possession of the leased space.  Forest Park was in financial
default under the terms of its Hospital Lease.  During the pendency
of the Case, the Debtor terminated Forest Park's Hospital and MOB
leases.

The Debtor held claims against Forest Park for unpaid rent totaling
in excess of $5,000,000, not including claims for damages for
future rent under the Hospital and MOB leases.  The Debtor and
Forest Park settled all claims arising out of the leases.  The
terms of their settlement provided that Forest Park would convey
all interests in any personal property owned by Forest Park located
on the Real Property.  The Court entered an Order Approving
Compromise and Settlement with Forest Park Medical Center at
Austin, LLC ("Settlement") and the parties consummated the
settlement.

The Debtor has agreed to sell and St. David's has agreed to
purchase all of the property acquired by the Debtor from Forest
Park in the Settlement for a purchase price of $1,125,000.  The
terms of the proposed sale are reflected in the Bill of Sale.

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

       http://bankrupt.com/misc/FPMC_Austin_231_Sales.pdf

The Bill of Sale was negotiated at arm's length and in good faith
by the Debtor and St. David's.  The Debtor exercising its business
judgment believes the consideration being paid under the St.
David's Bill of Sale represents the best value proposition for the
estate.

The executed Bill of Sale generally provides the following:

   a. Property: The Debtor will convey any and all interest in the
Personal Property to St. David's.

   b. Purchase Price: Upon entry of the Sale Order which is no
longer subject to a stay or appeal, St. David's will deposit to an
account designated by the Debtor $1,125,000 in cash.

   c. Sale Free and Clear: The Personal Property is to be
transferred free and clear of all liens, interests, claims, or
encumbrances in the Personal Property pursuant to section 363(f) of
the Bankruptcy Code.

   d. Conditions to Closing: The St. David's PSA does not contain
any financing or due diligence conditions. The closing conditions
in the St. David's PSA are limited and include, among other things
the entry of the Sale Order which will become a final order.

To preserve the value of the Personal Property and to limit the
costs of preserving such Personal Property, it is critical that the
Debtor close the sale to St. David's as soon as possible after all
closing conditions have been met or waived.  Accordingly, the
Debtor requests that the Court waive the 14-day stay period under
Bankruptcy Rule 6004(h) or in the alternative, if an objection to
the proposed sale is filed, reduce the stay periods to the minimum
time needed by the objecting party to file its appeal to allow the
proposed sale to close as provided for under the PSA.

                        About FPMC Austin

FPMC Austin Realty Partners, LP's primary asset is a medical campus
property commonly known as the Forrest Park Medical Center Hospital
and Medical Office Building located 8.5 acres on the south side of
SH 45 North between MoPac and I-35 in Round Rock, Texas
("Property").

FPMC Austin Realty Partners filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition
(Bankr. W.D. Tex. Case No. 16-10020) on Jan. 5, 2016.  The petition
was signed by Mary Hatcher as manager of NRG Austin Dev. LLC, its
general partner. Judge Tony M. Davis has been assigned the case.

The Debtor estimated assets of $100 million to $500 million and
liabilities of $50 million to $100 million.

The Law Offices of Ray Battaglia, PLLC serves as the Debtor's
counsel.


FRANK CARL KLEIN: Disclosures Okayed, Plan Hearing on Nov. 1
------------------------------------------------------------
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Florida will
consider approval of the Chapter 11 plan of Frank Carl Klein at a
hearing on November 1.

The hearing will be held at 10:30 a.m., at Courtroom 301, 299 E.
Broward Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

The court had earlier approved the Debtor's disclosure statement
after determining that it contains "adequate information."  The
September 15 order allowed the Debtor to start soliciting votes
from creditors.

The order set an October 18 deadline for voting creditors to file
their ballots and their objections to the plan.

The Debtor is represented by:

     Brian S. Behar, Esq.
     Behar, Gutt & Glazer, P.A.
     DCOTA, Suite A-350
     1855 Griffin Road
     Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33004
     Tel: (305) 931-3771
     Fax: (305) 931-3774
     Email: bsb@bgglaw.com

                      About Frank Carl Klein

Frank Carl Klein sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. S. D. Fla. Case No. 15-31359) on Dec. 8,
2015.  The case is assigned to Judge John K. Olson.


GAM VENTURE: Hires Cohen & Krol as Legal Counsel
------------------------------------------------
GAM Venture, LLC received approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
for the Northern District of Illinois to employ Cohen & Krol.

Cohen & Krol will serve as the Debtor's legal counsel in connection
with its Chapter 11 case.  The firm received a retainer in the
amount of $12,000 from a third party in connection with its
employment with the Debtor.

Joseph Cohen, Esq. and Gina Krol, Esq., disclosed in a court filing
that they do not represent any interest adverse to the Debtor.

Cohen & Krol can be reached through:

     Joseph E. Cohen, Esq.
     Gina B. Krol, Esq.
     Cohen & Krol
     105 West Madison Street, Suite 1100
     Chicago, IL 60602
     Phone: (312) 368-0300

                        About GAM Venture

GAM Venture, LLC sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. N. D. Ill. Case No. 16-27043) on August 23,
2016.  The petition was signed by John D. Cargill, manager.  

The case is assigned to Judge Janet S. Baer.

At the time of the filing, the Debtor estimated assets of less than
$50,000 and liabilities of $1 million to $10 million.


GEORGE MARTIN ANAST: Unsecured Creditors to Get 10% Under Plan
--------------------------------------------------------------
General unsecured creditors will get 10% of their claims under the
plan proposed by George and Cheryl Anast to exit Chapter 11
protection.

Under the restructuring plan, Class 4 general unsecured creditors,
which assert a total of $811,640, will receive payments of
approximately 10% of their allowed claims in equal quarterly
installments over the term of the plan.

General unsecured creditors are entitled to vote on the plan.

Payments to creditors will be made through the
debtors-in-possession account.  Under the supervision of the U.S.
trustee, the Debtors will deposit all surplus rental income into
their account for 60 months, and pay claims and operational
expenses, according to the disclosure statement explaining the
plan.

A copy of the disclosure statement is available for free at
https://is.gd/cH5Zmm

The Debtors are represented by:

     Timothy P. Thomas
     Law Office of Timothy P. Thomas, LLC
     1771 E. Flamingo Rd. Suite B-212
     Las Vegas, NV 89119
     Tel: (702) 227-0011
     Fax: (702) 227-0334

                  About George and Cheryl Anast

George Martin Anast and Cheryl Anast filed a Chapter 11 petition
(Bankr. D. Nev. Case No. 15-16961) on Dec. 17, 2015.


GLEN HAMMER: Disclosure Statement Hearing on Oct. 25
----------------------------------------------------
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Florida is
set to hold a hearing on October 25, at 9:30 a.m., to consider
approval of the disclosure statement explaining the Chapter 11 plan
of Glen Hammer.

The hearing will take place at Flagler Waterview Building, Room
801, Courtroom A, 1515 North Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach,
Florida.  Objections are due by October 18.

The Debtor is represented by:

     Aaron A. Wernick, Esq.
     Furr Cohen, P.A.
     2255 Glades Road, Suite 337W
     Boca Raton, Florida 33431
     Tel: (561) 395-0500
     Fax: (561) 338-7532
     Email: awernick@furrcohen.com

                      About Glen H. Hammer

Glen H. Hammer sought protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy
Code (Bankr. S.D. Fla. Case No. 15-24199) on August 6, 2015.  The
case is assigned to Judge Paul G. Hyman, Jr.


GLM DFW: Plan Confirmation Hearing Set for Oct. 12
--------------------------------------------------
Chief Bankruptcy Judge Brenda T. Rhoades in Plano, Texas, granted
conditional approval to the Disclosure Statement explaining GLM
DFW, Inc.'s Chapter 11 Plan of Reorganization, and set:

     -- Oct. 11, 2016, as the last day for filing written
acceptances or rejections of the Debtor's proposed Chapter 11
plan;

     -- Oct. 7 as the last day for filing and serving written
objections to: (1) final approval of the Debtor's Disclosure
Statement; or (2) confirmation of the Debtor's proposed Chapter 11
plan pursuant to Fed. R. Bankr. P. 3020(b)(1) and all comments or
objections not timely filed and served by such deadline will be
deemed waived;

     -- Oct. 12 as the hearing to consider final approval of the
Debtor's Disclosure Statement (if a written objection has been
timely filed) and to consider the confirmation of the Debtor's
proposed Chapter 11 Plan.

GLM DFW, Inc., is proposing a Chapter 11 plan that provides that
holders of general unsecured claims totaling $1,750,000 will
recover 10 cents on the dollar, or higher if the ownership
interest
in the Company is sold for more than $400,000.

Under the Plan, the ownership interest in the Reorganized Debtor
(i.e. GLM DFW, Inc. after the Effective Date of the Plan) is being
sold to Mary Jane Galvan for $400,000, subject to an auction where
any party, subject to the terms of the auction, may propose a
higher bid for such ownership interest.  If there is an auction,
the ownership interest in the Reorganized Debtor may be sold for
more than $400,000.

The funds from the sale of the ownership interest -- Equity
Funding
-- will be used to pay creditors of the Debtor and administrative
claims (such as the fees for the Debtor's bankruptcy attorneys and
accountants), subject to a process by which claims may be objected
to.  For claims that are allowed, the Plan proposes the following
treatment:

   * Administrative claims and priority claims (if any) would be
paid in full from the Equity Funding.

   * Secured tax claims (such as property taxes) would be paid as
provided for in Section 4.2 of the Plan (and not from the Equity
Funding).  

   * Marathon Equipment's reclamation claim, subject to allowance,
would be paid through four quarterly payments from the Reorganized
Debtor (and not from the Equity Funding).

   * Unsecured creditors will be paid pro-rata from the Equity
Funding remaining. Unsecured creditors are unlikely to be paid in
full unless the Equity Funding amount is substantially greater
than
$400,000.  Sharing pro-rata with unsecured creditors are the
Guaranteed Claims, which are claims where Mary Jane Galvan and
Jose
Galvan are allegedly guarantors of the amounts owed.  The Plan
does
not affect the guarantees of Mary Jane and Jose Galvan.  

   * If there are any subordinated claims, such as the claims of
Mary Jane and Jose Galvan if they are subordinated, such claims
would be paid from any remainder of the Equity Funding, but not
before all allowed unsecured claims have been paid in full.  Only
in the event that the Plan is confirmed and that Mary Galvan
purchases the ownership interest in the Reorganized Debtor, will
Mary and Jose Galvan subordinate any and all claims they have
against the Debtor.

The bankruptcy case was precipitated by the entry of a large
judgment against the Debtor in favor of Oncor.  The Debtor filed
an
appeal of the Oncor judgment, which appeal is currently stayed
pending the resolution of the bankruptcy case.  The Plan proposes
to deal with the Oncor Litigation as follows: if Oncor votes to
accept the Plan and the Plan is confirmed, the Debtor will dismiss
its appeal of Oncor's judgment against it with prejudice after the
Effective Date, Oncor's claim will be deemed "allowed" in the
amount of the proof of claim Oncor has filed, and the Plan would
function as a release of all of the Debtor's claims against Oncor.

Oncor's claim is an unsecured claim.

The Plan also provides for the Reorganized Debtor's assumption of
liabilities of the Debtor only to the extent provided in the Plan,
and provides that the Reorganized Debtor will not assume any
liabilities of the Debtor unless specifically stated in the Plan.
The Plan proposes that the Debtor will assume liabilities
associated with the Marathon Reclamation Claim and the Secured Tax
Claims. Further, the Reorganized Debtor will assume the Debtor's
liabilities in relation to the Debtor's customers.

The Plan provides for the Reorganized Debtor's assumption of all
executory contracts of the Debtor, including all contracts with
the
Debtor's customers.  The Plan does not affect the assumption of
the
Debtor's lease of the Debtor's office-space lease. All rights
related to the Debtor's lease of its office space are transferred
to the Reorganized Debtor.

The Plan preserves the Debtor's litigation claims, including as
against Progressive, Oncor, avoidance actions, professional
negligence claims, and with respect to accounts receivables.  The
Reorganized Debtor intends to fully prosecute the Progressive
Litigation and the Oncor Litigation, and reserves the right to
prosecute any and all other claims and causes of action, including
professional negligence claims and avoidance actions.

A copy of the Disclosure Statement is available for free at:

    http://bankrupt.com/misc/txeb15-41480_88_DS_GLM_DFW.pdf

                        About GLM DFW, Inc.

For the last 25 years, GLM DFW, Inc., has operated a business
specialized in facilitating trash and recycling services.

GLM DFW, Inc., sought Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. E.D. Tex. Case
No. 15-41480) on Aug. 19, 2015.  The case judge is the Hon. Brenda
T. Rhoades.  The Debtor estimated assets and debt of $1 million to
$10 million.

The Debtor tapped Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr, P.C., in Dallas, as
counsel; and Grissom & Company, PLLC, as accountants and Stephen
Grissom as Chief Financial and Restructuring Officer.


GOSPEL TABERNACLE: Can Use Multibank Cash Collateral Until Nov. 1
-----------------------------------------------------------------
Judge Barbara Ellis-Monro of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Northern District of Georgia authorized Gospel Tabernacle
Deliverance Center, Inc. to use Multibank 2009-1 CRE Venture, LLC'
cash collateral on an interim basis until Nov. 1, 2016.

The Debtor owns and operates churches and related religious
activities located at 277 Clifton Street SE, Atlanta, Georgia and
5580 Rockbridge Road, Atlanta, Georgia.

Multibank asserted that the Debtor was indebted to it in the
principal amount of $6,706,007, accrued interest in the amount of
$1,589,566, plus fees, charges and reimbursements in the amount of
$42,008, plus interest accruing thereafter at the daily rate of
$2,090 and actual attorneys' fees.  The Debtor scheduled the amount
of the Pre-Petition Debt due Multibank as $6,025,901.

Multibank holds a first priority lien in the Debtor's Real Property
as well as all improvements to the Real Property and personal
property, which include all goods, fixtures, equipment, inventory,
appliances, furniture and furnishings, accounts, cash, instruments,
and deposit accounts, among others.

The Debtor related that it generates its revenue from tithings,
pledges, gifts, commitments and givings, as well as selling
products.  The Debtor further related that all income generated by
the Multibank Pre-Petition Collateral constitutes cash collateral
of Multibank.

Multibank was granted a valid and perfected first priority lien on
and security interest in, any and all of the Debtor's rights, title
and interest in all property acquired by the Debtor after the
Petition Date that is of the same nature, kind or character as
Multibank's Pre-Petition Collateral, and all cash, rents and
receivables generated by Multibank's Pre-Petition Collateral which
are held by the Debtor.

Multibank was also granted an administrative claim to the extent,
if any, that the adequate protection for the Debtor's use of the
Multibank Pre-Petition Collateral and cash collateral provided
proves to be inadequate.

A full-text copy of the Interim Order, dated Sept. 23, 2016, is
available at
http://tinyurl.com/jqn46ch

Multibank 2009-1 CRE Venture, LLC, is represented by:

          David W. Cranshaw, Esq.
          MORRIS, MANNING & MARTIN, LLP
          3343 Peachtree Road, NE
          1600 Atlanta Financial Center
          Atlanta, GA 30326
          Telephone: (404) 233-7000
          E-mail: dwc@mmmlaw.com

        About Gospel Tabernacle Deliverance Center

Gospel Tabernacle Deliverance Center, Inc., filed a chapter 11
petition (Bankr. N.D. Ga. Case No. 16-63384) on Aug. 1, 2016.  The
petition was signed by Wiley Jackson, Jr., CEO.  The Debtor is
represented by Will B. Geer, Esq., at the Law office of Will B.
Geer, LLC.  The Debtor estimated assets and liabilities at $1
million to $10 million at the time of the filing.



HEBREW HEALTH: Committee Hires EisnerAmper as Financial Advisor
---------------------------------------------------------------
The Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors of Hebrew Health
Care, Inc., and its affiliated debtors seeks authorization from the
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Connecticut to retain
EisnerAmper LLP as financial advisor, nunc pro tunc to September 1,
2016.

The Creditors' Committee requires EisnerAmper to:

     (a) analyze the status of current operations and historical
financial information;

     (b) assist with an understanding of Debtors' organizational
structure, including non-debtor related party entities;

     (c) assess the Debtors' proposed budget and any need for a DIP
loan;

     (d) review the profitability of each facility and recommend
any opportunities for revenue enhancement and expense reductions;

     (e) analyze the sale and restructure the strategies and
proposed transactions;

     (f) analyze pre-Petition Date transactions with the third
parties;

     (g) monitor the Debtors' operations;

     (h) assist with the identification of any recoverable assets
which are not in the Debtors' estates; and,

     (i) rendering such other assistance as the Committee and its
counsel may deem necessary.

EisnerAmper will be paid at these rates:

         Partners/Directors      $435 - $610/hr.
         Managers                $270 - $435/hr.
         Seniors                 $225 - $255/hr.
         Staff                   $190 - $205/hr.

EisnerAmper will also be reimbursed for reasonable out-of-pocket
expenses incurred.

As an accommodation to the Committee, EisnerAmper will provide a
10% discount to its normal billing. EisnerAmper estimates that the
total cost of its services in the case shall not exceed $50,000
subject to an increase in the cap by Court Order.

Anthony R. Calascibetta, a partner of EisnerAmper, assured the
Court that the firm is a "disinterested person" as the term is
defined in Section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code and does not
represent any interest adverse to the Debtors and their estates.

EisnerAmper may be reached at:

         Anthony R. Calascibetta
         EisnerAmper LLP
         111 Wood Avenue South
         Iselin, NJ 08830-2700

            About Hebrew Health Care Inc.

Hebrew Health Care, Inc., Hebrew Life Choices, Inc., Hebrew
Community Services, Inc., and Hebrew Home and Hospital,
Incorporated, 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.

The Debtors are represented by Elizabeth J. Austin, Esq., at
Pullman and Comley, LLC.

At the time of the filing, Hebrew Health Care, Inc., estimated
assets at $1 million to $10 million and liabilities at $100,000 to
$500,000; Hebrew Life Choices, Inc. estimated assets at $10 million
to $50 million and liabilities at $10 million to $50 million;
Hebrew Community Services, Inc. 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 United States Trustee for Region 2 appointed The Connecticut
Light and Power Company, McKesson Corporation, and Morrison
Management Specialists, Inc. to serve on the Official Committee of
Unsecured Creditors.


HERC HOLDINGS: Egan-Jones Lowers FC Sr. Unsec. Rating to B
----------------------------------------------------------
Egan-Jones Ratings Company on Aug. 26, 2016, downgraded the foreign
currency senior unsecured rating on debt issued by Herc Holdings
Inc. to B from B+.



HESTER CONSTRUCTION: Asks for Conditional OK of Disclosures
-----------------------------------------------------------
Hester Construction, LLC, filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for
the Middle District of Georgia an application for court order
conditionally approving the disclosure statement explaining the
Debtor's plan of reorganization.

The Debtor assures the Court that the Disclosure Statement contains
adequate information in light of the nature of the Debtor's small
business case.

The Debtor proposes that the deadline for all objections be fixed
so that it be afforded an opportunity to consider and respond to
any objection to the Disclosure Statement or confirmation of the
Plan, in advance of the combined hearing.

The Plan was filed by the Debtor's counsel:

     Kenneth W. Revell, Esq.
     KENNETH W. REVELL
     ZALKIN REVELL, PLLC
     2410 Westgate Drive
     Suite 100
     Albany, GA 31707
     Tel: (229) 435-1611
     Fax: (866) 560-7111
     E-mail: krevell@zalkinrevell.com

Hester Construction, LLC, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
protection (Bankr. M.D. Ga. Case No. 15-11512) on Nov. 12, 2015,
estimating its assets at between $500,001 and $1 million and its
liabilities at between $100,000 and $500,000.  Kenneth W. Revell,
Esq., at Zalkin Revell, PLLC, serves as the Debtor's bankruptcy
counsel.


HNC HOLDINGS: S&P Assigns 'B' CCR & Rates $360MM Facilities 'B'
---------------------------------------------------------------
S&P Global Ratings assigned its 'B' corporate credit rating to
Henry.  The outlook is stable.  S&P also assigned a 'B' issue-level
rating to Henry's proposed $360 million senior secured credit
facilities, consisting of a $40 million revolving credit facility
due 2021 and a $320 million term loan facility due 2023. S&P has
assigned its '3' recovery rating to the facilities, indicating
S&P's expectation of moderate (50% to 70%, lower end of the range)
recovery in the event of default.

The 'B' rating represents S&P's assessment of the company's
business risk as weak and its financial risk as highly leveraged.
Henry is privately owned and does not publicly disclose its
financial statements.  S&P has also incorporated a slow but choppy
recovery in construction activity into S&P's forecast.  Henry's
weak business risk profile assessment reflects its exposure to
cyclical residential and nonresidential construction end markets,
its small scale of operations, and its significant customer
concentration.



HOLSTED MARKETING: Court OKs Rosenthal Financing on Final Basis
---------------------------------------------------------------
Judge James L. Garrity, Jr., of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Southern District of New York, authorized Holsted Marketing, Inc.,
doing business as Holsted Jewelers to incur postpetition secured
indebtedness with Rosenthal & Rosenthal, Inc., and continue using
cash collateral on a final basis, until Jan. 31, 2017.

The Debtor previously entered into certain loan documents and
security agreements with Rosenthal, which include a Financing
Agreement, an Equipment Security Agreement, and an Inventory
Security Agreement, prior to the Petition Date.  The Debtor was
indebted to Rosenthal in the amount of $1,238,108, plus accrued and
compound interest, fees, costs and attorney's fees, as of June 3,
2016.

After the Petition Date, the Debtor sought to enter into certain
loan documents and security agreements with Rosenthal, known as the
Rosenthal Documents, which include a Financing Agreement, an
Equipment Security Agreement, and an Inventory Security Agreement.
Pursuant to the Rosenthal Documents, Rosenthal will make loans,
advances and other financial accommodations to and for the benefit
of the Debtor secured by a first lien on and security interest in,
substantially all of Debtor’s assets, including but not limited
to, all of Debtor’s existing and after acquired accounts,
merchandise, returns, inventory, machinery, equipment, and
intangibles, together with the proceeds and products thereof,
subject in part to the Versant Lien.

The Versant Lien consists of a first priority lien on all of the
Debtor's inventory in Versant Supply Chain, Inc.'s warehouse.  The
Versant Lien secures the Fulfillment Services Agreement between the
Debtor and Versant Supply Chain, pursuant to which, Versant Supply
Chain holds claims in the amount of $220,314 as of the Petition
Date.

Judge Garrity acknowledged that the Debtor would suffer irreparable
harm absent obtaining the continued use of cash collateral as well
as the post-petition financing.

The Debtor was authorized to borrow money on a first priority
secured basis from Rosenthal from time to time on a final basis
under the Rosenthal Documents, in an amount no greater than $1.5
Million.

The approved DIP Budget covers a 13-week period, which begins on
the week beginning September 12, 2016 and ends on the week
beginning December 5, 2016.  The Budget provides for total
disbursements in the amount of $192,000 for the week beginning
Sept. 26, 2016; $182,000 for the week beginning Oct. 3, 2016;
$138,000 for the week beginning Oct. 10, 2016; and $96,000 for the
week beginning Oct. 17, 2016.

Rosenthal was granted a replacement lien in all of the Debtor’s
presently owned or after acquired property and assets, and the
proceeds and products thereof.  Rosenthal was also granted an
allowed super priority administrative claim against the Debtor's
estate, which will have priority in payment over any other
indebtedness and/or obligations, and over all administrative
expenses or charges against property arising in the Debtor's
Chapter 11 case or any superseding Chapter 7 case.

Versant Supply Chain was granted a first priority replacement lien
in all of the Debtor's presently owned or after acquired inventory
in Versant Supply Chain's possession.

A full-text copy of the Final Order, dated Sept. 23, 2016, is
available at
http://tinyurl.com/jgbly6y

A full-text copy of the approved Budget, dated Sept. 23, 2016, is
available at
http://tinyurl.com/zaqo7nv

                     About Holsted Marketing

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

Holsted 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 Debtor is
represented by Gerard R. Luckman, Esq., atv SilvermanAcampora, LLP.
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 Office of the U.S. Trustee appointed three creditors of Holsted
Marketing, Inc., to serve on the official committee of unsecured
creditors.



HUTCHESON MEDICAL: Court Allows Cash Collateral Use Until Oct. 28
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Judge Paul W. Bonapfel of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Northern District of Georgia authorized the Chapter 11 Trustee of
Hutcheson Medical Center, Inc. and Hutcheson Medical Division, Inc.
to continue using Regions Bank and U.S. Foods, Inc.'s cash
collateral on an interim basis until Oct. 28, 2016.

Hutcheson Medical Center is indebted to Regions Bank in the amount
of $26,263,448, including principal, interest, attorneys' fees and
other charges allowed under the Financing Documents.

Regions Bank was granted properly perfected, first priority liens
on and security interests in and to all of Hutcheson Medical
Center's rights, title and interests in and to real property,
improvements and fixtures comprising the Surgery Center, and all of
Hutcheson Medical Center's respective personal property, both
tangible and intangible.

One or both Debtors are indebted to U.S. Foods in the amount of
$265,000.  U.S. Foods asserted a valid, properly perfected security
interest in certain goods of the Debtors.

Judge Bonapfel acknowledged that the Chapter 11 Trustee has an
ongoing need for the use of cash collateral to wind up and
administer the Debtors' estates and the Debtors' remaining assets.
He further acknowledged that absent the continued interim use of
the cash collateral, the Chapter 11 Trustee will not have
sufficient resources to administer the Debtors' estates and serious
and irreparable harm could result to the Debtors' estates.

The approved Budget covers a seven-week period, beginning on
September 16, 2016 and ending on October 28, 2016.  The Budget
provides for total operating cash disbursements in the amount of
$198,200 and total professional fees in the amount of $360,771.

The Chapter 11 Trustee was directed to use cash collateral solely
for the actual and necessary expenses of winding up and
administering the Debtors' remaining assets, preserving the
Debtors' remaining assets and administering the bankruptcy estates
during the usage period as set forth in the approved Budget.

Each of the Secured Parties were granted replacement liens and
security interests in and upon all of the assets of the Debtors'
estates, of the same nature and type, and to the same extent and
validity as the Prepetition Collateral securing the Regions Claim
and the U.S. Foods Claim.  The Secured Parties were also granted a
supplemental lien in all of the assets of the Debtors' estates, to
the extent that the replacement liens do not adequately protect the
Secured Parties' respective interests in the cash collateral.

A final hearing on the Debtors' use of cash collateral is scheduled
on Oct. 13, 2016 at 1:30 p.m.

A full-text copy of the Interim Order, dated Sept. 22, 2016, is
available at https://is.gd/kG8OSK

The Chapter 11 Trustee is represented by:

          J. Robert Williamson, Esq.
          ASHLEY REYNOLDS RAY
          One Riverside
          4401 Northside Parkway, Suite 450
          Atlanta, GA 30327
          Telephone: (404) 893-3880
          E-mail: rwilliamson@swlawfirm.com
                  aray@swlawfirm.com

Regions Bank is represented by:

          David E. Lemke, Esq.
          WALLER LANSDEN DORTCH & DAVIS, LLP
          511 Union Street, Suite 2700
          Nashville, TN 37219
          E-mail: david.lemke@wallerlaw.com

                - and -

          Erich N. Durlacher, Esq.
          BURR & FORMAN, LLP
          171 17th Street NW
          Suite 1100
          Atlanta, GA 30363
          E-mail: edurlacher@burr.com

U.S. Foods, Inc., is represented by:

          Leah Fiorenza McNeill, Esq.
          BRYAN CAVE LLP
          One Atlantic Center - 14th Floor
          1201 W. Peachtree Street, NW
          Atlanta, GA 30309-3488

              About Hutcheson Medical Center

Hutcheson Medical Center, Inc., operates the 179-bed hospital and
related ancillary facilities, including, without limitation, a
skilled nursing home and an ambulatory surgery center, located in
Ft. Oglethorpe, Georgia, known as Hutcheson Medical Center.  HMC
leases the land and buildings that comprise the Medical Center from
The Hospital Authority of Walker, Dade and Catoosa Counties.

HMC and Hutcheson Medical Division, Inc., sought Chapter 11
bankruptcy protection (Bankr. N.D. Ga. Case No. 14-42863 and
14-42864) in Rome, Georgia, on Nov. 20, 2014.  The cases are
jointly administered under Case No. 14-42863.

The cases have been assigned to the Honorable Paul W. Bonapfel. The
Debtors are represented by Ashley Reynolds Ray, Esq., and J. Robert
Williamson, Esq., at Scroggins and Williamson, in Atlanta,
Georgia.

HMC disclosed $32.8 million in assets and $52.9 million in
liabilities as of the Chapter 11 filing.



HUTCHESON MEDICAL: Trustee Taps Ogier as Special Counsel
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The Chapter 11 trustee of Hutcheson Medical Center, Inc. seeks
approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District
of Georgia to hire a special counsel.

Ronald Glass, the bankruptcy trustee, proposes to hire Ogier,
Rothschild & Rosenfeld, P.C. to prosecute preference actions.

Ogier will receive 40% of gross preference recoveries, regardless
of whether they are a result of settlement, litigation, or
otherwise, and regardless of the expenses incurred by the firm.

Tamara Miles Ogier, Esq., at Ogier, disclosed in a court filing
that no employees of the firm have had business, professional or
other connections with the Debtor and any of its creditors.

The firm can be reached through:

     Tamara Miles Ogier, Esq.
     Ogier, Rothschild & Rosenfeld, P.C.
     170 Mitchell Street, SW
     Atlanta, GA 30303
     Phone: 404-525-4000
     Fax: 404-526-8855

                  About Hutcheson Medical Center

Hutcheson Medical Center, Inc., operates the 179-bed hospital and
related ancillary facilities, including, without limitation, a
skilled nursing home and an ambulatory surgery center, located in
Ft. Oglethorpe, Georgia, known as Hutcheson Medical Center.  HMC
leases the land and buildings that comprise the Medical Center from
The Hospital Authority of Walker, Dade and Catoosa Counties.

HMC and Hutcheson Medical Division, Inc., sought Chapter 11
bankruptcy protection (Bankr. N.D. Ga. Case Nos. 14-42863 and
14-42864) in Rome, Georgia, on Nov. 20, 2014.  The cases are
jointly administered under Case No. 14-42863.

The cases have been assigned to the Honorable Paul W. Bonapfel.
The Debtors are represented by Ashley Reynolds Ray, Esq., and J.
Robert Williamson, Esq., at Scroggins and Williamson, in Atlanta,
Georgia.

HMC disclosed $32.8 million in assets and $52.9 million in
liabilities as of the Chapter 11 filing.


ICRCO INC: Wants to Use City National Bank Cash Collateral
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icRco, Inc., asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Central
District of California for authorization to use cash collateral.  

The Debtor is indebted to City National Bank, which was granted a
broadform security interest in the Debtor's assets, in the amount
of $820,000.

The Debtor tells the Court that in order for it to continue in
operation, it will beed to pay ongoing expenses, including wages,
purchase of inventory and payment of utilities, among other things.
The Debtor further tells the Court that the only realistic source
of funds for the payment of the ordinary and necessary costs of
operation of the Debtor's business is through the sale of the
Debtor's inventory and collection of the Debtor's pre- and
post-petition accounts receivable.

The Debtor relates that the inventory and prepetition accounts
receivable are the cash collateral of City National Bank.  The
Debtor further relates that it will seek City National Bank's
consent to the use of cash collateral and that it is asking for the
Court's authorization out of prudence.

The Debtor contends that the value of its inventory plus
receivables exceeds $4,000,000 at book value.  The Debtor further
contends that while the fair market value is certainly less, City
National Bank probably remains adequately protected.  The Debtor
adds that City National Bank is protected by the equity cushion it
already enjoys.  

The Debtor proposes to provide a replacement lien  to City National
Bank in the post-petition accounts receivable which will be created
by the Debtor in post-petition operation of its business.

A full-text copy of the Debtor's Motion, dated September 23, 2016,
is available at https://is.gd/SrJDpD

City National Bank  can be reached at:

          CITY NATIONAL BANK
          2100 Park Place, Suite 150
          El Segundo, CA 90245

          - and -

          CITY NATIONAL BANK
          11 Golden Shore, Sixth Floor
          Long Beach, CA 90802

                     About icRco, Inc.

icRco, Inc. filed a chapter 11 petition (Bankr. C.D. Cal. Case No.
16-11742) on Sept. 21, 2016.  The petition was signed by Stephen
Neushul, chief executive officer.  The Debtor is represented by
William C. Beall, Esq., at Beall and Burkhardt, APC.  The case is
assigned to Judge Peter Carroll.  The Debtor disclosed total assets
at $4.54 million and total liabilities at $5.35 million.


INMAN STREET PROPERTIES: UCB Wants to Prohibit Cash Collateral Use
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United Community Bank gave notice to the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for
the Eastern District of Tennessee of Inman Street Properties, LLC's
failure to comply with the provisions of the Agreed Order for the
limited use of cash collateral and for adequate protection, and
asks the Court to prohibit the Debtor's use of cash collateral.

United Community Bank relates that the Debtor was supposed to pay
United Community Bank $2,750 per month, commencing July 30, 2016,
pursuant to the Agreed Order.  United Community Bank further
relates that the Debtor has not paid the Aug. 30, 2016 payment.

United Community Bank notes that the tenant of the Debtor is All
Metals Salvage of TN, LLC, and is controlled by the principals of
the Debtor.  It says that it is not known whether All Metals
Salvage of TN has been paying rent to the Debtor.  United Community
Bank further says that if All Metals Salvage of TN has not paid
rent to the Debtor, then the Debtor should be compelled to commence
proceedings against All Metals Salvage of TN, or alternatively,
United Community Bank should be granted relief from the automatic
stay to pursue the rents fro All Metals Salvage of TN, and to
pursue eviction proceedings against All Metals Salvage of TN.

United Community Bank tells the Court that the Debtor has failed to
provide it with monthly operating reports and has failed to timely
file its monthly operating reports for July and August of 2016, as
mandated by the Agreed Order.  United Community Bank also tells the
Court that the Debtor has failed to provide evidence of insurance
on the Inman Street Real Property.

The Debtor is indebted to United Community Bank in the original
principal amount of $486,544, pursuant to a Promissory Note.  

The Note is secured by a security interest in the Debtor's real
properties located at 1024, 1040 and 1050 Inman Street, Cleveland,
Bradley County, Tennessee, and the real properties owned by Roger
M. Hodnett and Rhonda Hodnett located at 315 Northcrest Circle
Northeast, Cleveland, Bradley County, Tennessee; 1730 Clemmer
Street, Cleveland, Bradley County, Tennessee; and 1295 King Edward
Avenue, Cleveland, Bradley County, Tennessee.

The Debtor, Roger M. Hodnett and Rhonda Hodnett also granted and
conveyed to United Community Bank an Assignment of Rents of the
rents arising from the Real Properties.  The Bank contends that
such assignment is an absolute assignment and as a result, the
rents are not property of the Debtor's Bankruptcy Estate.

United Community Bank tells the Court that the outstanding
principal balance of the Note as of June 1, 2016 was $271,304.  It
further tells the Court that interest continues to accrue at a rate
of $43.71 per day, and that late fees in the amount of $3,638.62
have accrued and a prepayment premium of $500 is due and owing.  

United Community Bank relates that it incurred $3,829.75 in
prepetition fees and expenses and has incurred $10,481 in fees and
expenses post-petition through Sept. 1, 2016, and that those fees
and expenses continue to accrue.  United Community Bank further
relates that it paid $19,656 in real property taxes prepetition.

United Community Bank alleges that there is no equity in or benefit
from the Inman Street Property for the estate and the Inman Street
Property should be abandoned.  It further alleges that the Inman
Street Property is rented and generates rents and leases.  United
Community Bank asserts that it holds an absolute assignment of the
rents arising from all of the Real Properties, including the Inman
Street Real Property.  United Community Bank further asserts that
the Inman Street Real Property is not necessary for an effective
reorganization because Inman Street rentals generated from the
property are not property of the bankruptcy estate.

United Community Bank tells the Court that the Debtor cannot
successfully reorganize and that there is no reorganization
prospect.  It further tells the Court that the Debtor's failure to
comply with the Cash Collateral Order and the lack of sufficient
equity cushion in the Inman Street Real Property show that the
Debtor cannot provide the Bank adequate protection of its interest
in the rents and leases generated from the Inman Street Real
Property.  United Community Bank adds that it will suffer
irreparable harm if the Debtor is allowed to use the rents and
leases.
     
A full-text copy of United Community Bank's Notice, dated Sept. 22,
2016, is available at https://is.gd/W2lLAe

United Community Bank is represented by:

          Mary D. Miller, Esq.
          MILLER ANDERSON LAW GROUP, PLLC
          6223 Highland Place Way, Suite 101
          Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
          Telephone: (865) 934-4000
          E-mail: mmiller@millerandersonlaw.com
      
               About Inman Street Properties

Inman Street Properties, LLC, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
protection (Bankr. E.D. Tenn. Case No. 16-12254) on June 1, 2016.
The petition was signed by Mike Hodnett, operations manager.  The
Debtor is represented by Richard L. Banks, Esq., at Richard Banks &
Associates, P.C.  The Debtor estimated assets and liabilities at
$100,001 to $500,000 at the time of the filing.


INTEGRO PARENT: S&P Affirms 'B' CCR, Outlook Revised to Negative
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S&P Global Ratings said that it revised its outlook on Integro
Parent Inc. to negative from stable and affirmed S&P's 'B'
long-term counterparty credit rating.  Concurrently, S&P affirmed
all issue ratings, including its 'B' rating and '3' recovery rating
(indicating expectation of meaningful [50%-70%] recovery in the
event of default) on the company's first-lien credit facility, and
S&P's 'CCC+' rating and '6' recovery rating (indicating expectation
of negligible [0%-10%] recovery in the event of default) on the
company's second-lien facility.

In addition, S&P assigned its 'B' long-term counterparty credit
rating to Integro, the parent company where the audited financial
statements reside.  Integro Parent Inc. is an operating subsidiary
that S&P views as core to the parent Integro; hence, the ratings
are linked.

"The negative outlook reflects the decline in Integro's operating
performance relative to our expectations, resulting in weakened
credit-protection measures," said S&P Global Ratings credit analyst
Stephen Guijarro.  Specifically leverage deteriorated to 8.6x for
the 12 months ended June 30, 2016, from 7.9x as of year-end 2015
based on S&P's view of credit metrics.  The increase in leverage is
driven by less-than-expected margin expansion that has led to lower
earnings to support the additional debt being taken given the
company's growth strategy.  In addition, the company has faced
headwinds from unfavorable foreign-exchange translation as
approximately 45% of its business is derived from London markets.

"Under our base-case scenario, we expect expense-management
initiatives in the first half of 2016 to lead to improved margins
in the back half of 2016 and into 2017, resulting in leverage of
less than 8x, a funds from operations-to-debt ratio of around
5%-10%, and EBITDA coverage of more than 2x by year end.  We expect
growth to come from various initiatives that have been underway by
management including new recruitment and expanding cross-selling
programs, as well as an active merger-and-acquisition pipeline.
However, there is uncertainty involved, particularly given the
company's small scale, sluggish organic growth, and continued tough
market conditions," S&P noted.

S&P would consider lowering the ratings in the next 12 months if
Integro's organic growth, cash-flow generation, or margins were to
deteriorate meaningfully, putting pressure on its execution of
strategy, increasing the risk of higher-than-expected financial
leverage and/or weaker-than-expected EBITDA coverage.  The specific
trigger points that could lead to a downgrade include S&P's
forecasts that financial leverage would be above 7.5x and EBITDA
coverage would be below 2.0x on a sustained basis.

During the next 12 months S&P do not expect to raise the rating.
However, S&P could affirm the current ratings if the company can
successfully execute on strategic business initiatives and
demonstrate consistent earnings growth.  S&P expects these facts to
enable the company to reduce leverage to below 7.5x on a
sustainable basis.



INTERNATIONAL SHIPHOLDING: US Trustee Adds 2 Members to Committee
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William K. Harrington, the U.S. Trustee for the Southern District
of New York, on Sept. 22 added Willard E. Bartel and David C.
Peebles, and Marine Engineers Beneficial Association to the
official committee of unsecured creditors of International
Shipholding Corporation.

As reported by the Troubled Company Reporter on Sept. 7, 2016, the
U.S. Trustee appointed three creditors to serve on the Committee.

The committee members now include:

     (1) Administrators for the Estate of Robert N. Cain
         1422 Euclid Avenue, Suite 800
         Cleveland, OH 44115
         Tel: (216) 861-6000
         Fax: (216) 861-6014
         E-mail: akellman@jaquesadmiralty.com

     (2) Marine Engineers Beneficial Association
         444 N. Capitol Street, NW #800
         Washington, D.C. 20001
         Tel: (202) 638-5355
         Fax: (202) 638-5369
         E-mail: rseltzer@cwsny.com

     (3) Masters, Mates, and Pilots Benefit Plans
         700 Maritime Boulevard, Suite A
         Linthicum Heights, MD 21090-1996
         Att: Patrick McCullough, Administrator
         Tel: (410) 850-8500
         Fax: (410) 850-8655
         E-mail: pmccullough@mmpplans.com

     (4) Seafarers Benefits Plan
         5201 Auth Way
         Camp Springs, MD 20746
         Att: Ellen Silver
         Tel: (301) 702-4408
         Fax: (301) 702-4411
         E-mail: esilver@seafarers.org

     (5) U.S. Ocean LLC
         55 Waugh Drive, Suite 300
         Houston, TX 77007
         Att: Will Terrill
         Tel: (281) 885-3578
         Fax: (281) 872-4444
         E-mail: will.terrill@intermarine.com

Official creditors' committees have the right to employ legal and
accounting professionals and financial advisors, at a debtor's
expense.  They may investigate the debtor's business and financial
affairs.  Importantly, official committees serve as fiduciaries to
the general population of creditors they represent.

           About International Shipholding Corporation

International Shipholding Corporation filed a Chapter 11 petition
(Bankr. S.D.N.Y. Case No. 16-12220) on July 31, 2016.  Its
affiliated Debtors also filed separate Chapter 11 petitions.  The
petitions were signed by Manuel G. Estrada, vice president and
chief financial officer.  

The Debtors are represented by David H. Botter, Esq., Sarah Link
Schultz, Esq., and Travis A. McRoberts, Esq., at Akin Gump Strauss
Hauer & Feld LLP.  The Debtors' Restructuring Advisor is Blackhill
Partners, LLC.  Their Claims, Noticing & Balloting Agent is Prime
Clerk LLC.

The Debtors disclosed total assets at $305.08 million and total
debts at $226.83 million as of March 31, 2016.


IONIS PHARMACEUTICALS: Egan-Jones Cuts Sr. Unsec. Ratings to B-
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Egan-Jones Ratings Company downgraded on Aug. 30, 2016, the senior
unsecured ratings on debt issued by Ionis Pharmaceuticals Inc. to
B- from B+.  EJR also lowered the commercial paper rating on the
Company to B from A3.



JAC HOLDING: S&P Affirms 'B' CCR & Revises Outlook to Stable
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S&P Global Ratings said that it has revised its outlook on
Michigan-based auto supplier JAC Holding Corp. to stable from
negative and affirmed its 'B' corporate credit rating on the
company.

At the same time, S&P raised its issue-level rating on the
company's $150 million ($133.6 million outstanding) senior secured
notes to 'B+' from 'B' and revised our recovery rating on the notes
to '2' from '3'.  The '2' recovery rating indicates S&P's
expectation for substantial recovery (70%-90%; lower half of the
range) for the noteholders in the event of a payment default.

JAC supplies roof-rack systems to the highly competitive and
cyclical U.S. and European auto industries.  S&P's assessment of
the company's business position reflects the narrow scope of its
product portfolio, as sales of the company's roof-rack products
made up about 82% of its revenue in 2015.  Although the company's
market share in this niche North American market is strong at 65%,
it competes against some larger companies such as Magna and Aisin
Seiki that have significantly more resources available to invest in
product design.  Although JAC has developed related product
categories that include cargo management, step rails, and aluminum
door extrusions, roof racks are still expected to account for 80%
or more of the company's revenue over the near term.

S&P expects JAC's geographic concentration to remain high, with 90%
of its sales coming from North America and only 10% coming from
Europe.  Nonetheless, the company has some slight end-market
diversity because its sales are split between the automakers (85%)
and the aftermarket (15%).  JAC's customer diversity is moderate,
as Toyota and Ford together represent its largest customer
concentration at about 42% of total sales.  In recent years, the
company sales have benefited from strong consumer demand for sport
utility vehicles (SUVs) and crossover utility vehicles (CUVs),
which either include a roof rack by default or as an option. Though
these particular vehicle categories are more prone to industry
cyclicality, JAC has benefited from the increasing consumer demand
for these vehicles during this period of low global oil prices,"
S&P noted.

The company has also been able to get the automakers to include its
offerings on some large product launches, which has helped it
increase the amount of content it sells per vehicle.  While S&P
expects that the company will increase its sales by gradually
diversifying into new adjacent categories such as cargo management,
S&P believes that these new revenue streams will not likely be
material enough to alter our view of its business risk profile, at
least over the next two years.  JAC is also constructing a new
facility in China to expand its presence in the region, though it
will be a few years before its operations there add to its
profitability.

S&P's assessment of the company's financial risk profile
incorporates S&P's expectation that JAC's financial policies will
remain aggressive, given its majority ownership by a financial
sponsor (which will likely preclude any significant debt
reduction).  The company's credit metrics have improved over the
last year, as its debt-to-EBITDA metric has declined and its free
operating cash flow (FOCF)-to-debt ratio has risen, though S&P
continues to believe that its cash flow/leverage ratios are close
to their peak levels and will likely worsen during periods of
stress due to the company's exposure to highly cyclical truck
volumes.

S&P's base-case scenario assumes these:

   -- U.S. real GDP growth of 2.0% in 2016 and 2.4% in 2017;

   -- Based on LMC Automotive's forecasts, North American light
      vehicle production (which accounts for over 90% of JAC's
      sales) will increase by 1.2% in 2017 after growing by 2.9%
      in 2016.  Western European light-vehicle production will
      increase by about 3.5% in 2016 and by about 0.6% in 2017,
      year-over-year;

   -- Going forward, JAC's revenue will likely increase at a slow
      pace that is directionally consistent with S&P' production
      forecasts;

   -- S&P believes that the company could maintain EBITDA margins
      in the 14%-16% range over the next two years if it can
      continue to counter the ongoing customer price-downs with
      cost-efficiency improvements and new value-added content;

   -- Expected capital expenditures (capex) of $10 million-
      $11 million, on average, annually;

   -- No material acquisitions in 2016-2018; and

   -- No dividend payments to the financial sponsor through 2018.

Based on these assumptions, S&P arrives at these credit measures:

   -- Debt-to-EBITDA of around 2.5x-3.0x in 2016 and 2017; and

   -- FOCF-to-debt of around 9%-12% in 2016 and 2017.

S&P assesses JAC's liquidity as adequate.  This is a key supportive
factor for S&P's rating on the company.  S&P's assessment also
incorporates these expectations and assumptions:

   -- The company's sources of liquidity, including cash and
      credit facility availability, will be 1.2x its uses or more
      over the next 12-18 months;

   -- The company's net liquidity sources will remain positive
      even if its EBITDA declines by more than 15%;

   -- S&P assumes no material acquisitions in 2016 or 2017; and

   -- S&P believes that the company has generally sound
      relationships with its bank partners.

Principal liquidity sources:

   -- Cash, cash equivalents, and short-term marketable securities

      of about $19.8 million as of July 4, 2016; and

   -- Availability of about $40 million under its asset-based
      lending (ABL) revolver.

Principal liquidity uses:

   -- Capex of around $10 million annually; and
   -- S&P's assumption of no dividend payments to the financial
      sponsor in 2016 or 2017.

The $40 million senior secured revolving facility contains a
springing fixed charge coverage ratio of 1.1x, which is tested if
excess availability falls below 12.5%.  Per S&P's base-case
forecast, it do not expect this covenant to be triggered over the
next 12 months.  The senior secured notes have no financial
maintenance covenants.

The stable outlook reflects S&P's belief that JAC will sustain the
recent improvement in its credit metrics over the next year despite
the modest expected slowdown in light vehicle sales growth over the
next 12 months.

S&P could downgrade JAC if its EBITDA margins decline and its
FOCF-to-debt ratio falls below 5%, or if its debt-to-EBITDA metric
rises significantly above 5x on a sustained basis.  This could be
caused by an inability to effectively manage its new business
launches or an inability to counter ongoing customer price downs
with improved cost efficiencies.  Alternatively, this could also be
caused by a decline in SUV sales due to a spike in gasoline
prices.

While unlikely, S&P would consider upgrading JAC if it come to
believe that it can sustain a FOCF-to-debt ratio of at least 10% on
a normalized basis while maintaining a debt-to-EBITDA metric of
less than 4x.  Moreover, the company's private-equity sponsor would
also have to reduce its stake in the company to less than 80%.
Alternatively, S&P could upgrade the company if it significantly
strengthened its business risk profile by improving its product and
geographic diversity.


JAMES SCOTT SMITH: Unsecured Creditors to Recoup 3% in 5 Yrs
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James Scott Smith and Vicky Diane Smith filed with the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Tennessee a Small
Business Chapter 11 Plan and Disclosure Statement, which provides
that unsecured creditors in Class 2 will receive a distribution of
3% of their allowed claims.  The Plan provides for a total payout
to unsecured creditors of $14,848 -- on annual payments of
$2,969.68 -- for five years.

James Scott Smith and Vicky Diane Smith filed a Chapter 11
bankruptcy petition (Bankr. W.D. Tenn. Case No. 16-10945) on May
11, 2016, and is represented by:

     Thomas Harold Strawn, Jr., Esq.
     STRAWN & EDWARDS, PLLC
     314 NORTH CHURCH AVE
     DYERSBURG, TN 38024
     E-mail: tstrawn42@bellsouth.net

The Debtor operated a family farming operation until his father
died in 2005.  The Debtor and his wife took over the debtor's
deceased father's farm land.  All of the land farmed by the Debtor
was rented. In 2012 crop insurance overpaid the Debtor by $50,000,
at no fault of the Debtor. The debtor was also affected by the
drought of 2012.  With the overpayment of the crop insurance
causing the debtor to be ineligible for a crop loan, and the damage
from the drought, a snowball effect quickly escalated causing the
debtor to stop farming and focus on his small trucking operation
and reorganization of his farming and personal debt.


JEFF BENFIELD: Court OKs Cash Collateral Use Until Oct. 26
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Judge Craig Whitley of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western
District of North Carolina authorized Jeff Benfield Nursery, Inc.,
to use cash collateral on an interim basis, from Sept. 22, 2016
through Oct. 26, 2016.

The approved monthly Cash Budget provides for total operating
expenses in the amount of $270,114 for September 2016, and $372,730
for October 2016.

The Debtor's Lenders were granted perfected and continuing security
interests in and liens upon all postpetition assets of the Debtor
of the same character and type, to the same extent and validity as
the liens and encumbrances of the Lenders attached to the Debtor's
assets prepetition.

The Debtor was directed to provide a budget-to-actual cash usage
comparison report to the Lenders and the Bankruptcy Administrator.

A final hearing on the use of cash collateral is scheduled on Oct.
26, 2016 at 1:30 p.m.  The deadline for the filing of objections to
the Debtor's Motion is set on Oct. 19, 2016.

A full-text copy of the Interim Order, dated Sept. 23, 2016, is
available at https://is.gd/4th95h

                  About Jeff Benfield Nursery

Jeff Benfield Nursery, Inc., filed a chapter 11 petition (Bankr.
W.D.N.C. Case No. 09-40311) on April 17, 2009.  The petition was
signed by Jeffrey L. Benfield, president.  The Debtor is
represented by David G. Gray, Esq., at Westall, Gray, Connolly &
Davis, P.A.  The case is assigned to Judge George R. Hodges.  The
Debtor disclosed total assets at $9,428,325 and total liabilities
at $9,370,095.


JPS COMPLETION: Court Allows Cash Collateral Use on Interim Basis
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Judge Craig A. Gargotta of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Western District of Texas authorized JPS Completion Fluids, Inc.,
to use cash collateral on an interim basis.

The Debtor was authorized to use cash collateral for the following
ongoing monthly charges:

   * $150 for Internet and JPS office in Mathis

   * $480 for electric at the Office and Fab Shop in Mathis

   * $40 for water at Louisiana house

   * $300 for electric at Louisiana house

   * All US Trustee fees as and when they become due

   * $2,195 payments for November 2016 to April 2017 for insurance
premium financing

All parties with a prepetition security interest in the Debtor's
cash collateral were granted a post-petition security interest in
the Debtor's presently unencumbered postpetition assets, but only
to the extent of the Debtor's actual use of such entities' cash
collateral.

A final hearing on the Debtor's Motion is scheduled on Oct. 17,
2016 at 10:00 a.m.

A full-text copy of the Order, dated Sept. 22, 2016, is available
at https://is.gd/nLTZZE

                 About JPS Completion Fluids

JPS Completion Fluids, Inc., a domestic corporation with principal
place of business in Mathis, San Patricio County, Texas, provided
chemicals and other completion fluids for the oil and gas
industry.

JPS sought Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. W.D. Tex. Case No.
16-51110) on May 11, 2016.  The petition was signed by Sergio
Garza, vice president. Judge Craig A. Gargotta is assigned to the
case.

Nathaniel Peter Holzer, Esq., at the Jordan Hyden Womble Culbreth &
Holzer PC, serves as the Debtor's counsel.

The Debtor estimated assets and liabilities of $1 million to $10
million.

No official committee of unsecured creditors has been appointed in
the case.


KATHY DRIVE REALTY: Taps Notinger Law as Legal Counsel
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Kathy Drive Realty Trust seeks approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the District of New Hampshire to hire Notinger Law, PLLC
as its legal counsel.

The Debtor said it requires the assistance of a legal counsel to
carry out its obligations, negotiate with creditors, represent the
Debtor in its reorganization efforts, and provide other services
related to the administration of its estate.

The firm's attorneys and paralegals have an hourly rate between
$125 and $310.

Steven Notinger, Esq., at Notinger Law, disclosed in a court filing
that his firm has no connection to the Debtor or any of its
creditors.

The firm can be reached through:

     Steven M. Notinger, Esq.
     Notinger Law, PLLC
     7A Taggart Drive
     Nashua, NH 03060
     Phone: (603) 417-2158
     Email: steve@notingerlaw.com

                 About Kathy Drive Realty Trust

Kathy Drive Realty Trust sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D.N.H. Case No. 16-11223) on August 29,
2016.


KEVIN CHRISTOPHER GLEASON: Unsecureds to Get 39.5% or 46.6% in Plan
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Kevin Christopher Gleason filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for
the Southern District of Florida a second amended disclosure
statement related to his second amended plan.

Under the amended Plan, general unsecured creditors are in Class
12, and will receive a pro rata distribution from a fund of $25,000
from the sale of the Debtor's homestead property.  The projected
distribution is either 39.49% or 46.64% if Claimant Discover Bank
elects treatment in Class 11. Distributions may be lower than
projected if Discover Bank does not elect treatment in Class 11.

The Second Amended Disclosure Statement is available at:

        http://bankrupt.com/misc/flsb16-10001-126.pdf

Kevin Christopher Gleason filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. S.D.
Fla. Case No. 16-10001) on Jan. 1, 2016.  The Debtor is an attorney
who was admitted to practice in 1982 in the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, and in 1983 in Florida and New Jersey.  The Debtor is
no longer an active member of the bars in Pennsylvania and New
Jersey.


KEY ENERGY: Egan-Jones Cuts Sr. Unsec. Debt Ratings to D
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Egan-Jones Ratings Company downgraded on Aug. 29, 2016, the senior
unsecured ratings on debt issued by Key Energy Services Inc. to D
from C.

As reported by the Troubled Company Reporter, Key Energy Services
said on Aug. 24, 2016, that the Company and certain of its
subsidiaries have entered into a plan support agreement with
Platinum Equity and certain other holders of its 6.75% Senior Notes
due 2021, collectively holding more than 89% of its outstanding
Senior Notes, and with certain lenders holding more than 87% of the
principal amount of loans outstanding under Key's Term Loan Credit
Agreement dated June 1, 2015 ("Term Loan").

Platinum Equity, a Los Angeles-based global investment firm with a
unique focus on operations and extensive experience helping
businesses in transition, as holder of a majority of the Company's
Senior Notes, will become Key's largest shareholder upon
completion
of the anticipated restructuring.

The PSA contemplates a comprehensive recapitalization of the
Company, and will be implemented pursuant to a prepackaged chapter
11 plan of reorganization (the "Plan").  It is expected that the
Company will commence the prepackaged proceeding in Delaware by
November 8, 2016, following the official solicitation of votes on
the Plan and the expiration of a rights offering.  Under the
contemplated Plan, the Company's employees, vendors and trade
creditors will be paid in full in the ordinary course of business.
Upon completion of the restructuring, reorganized Key will remain a
publicly traded company.

                        About Key Energy

Key Energy Services, Inc. (OTC: KEGX), a Maryland corporation,
claims to be the largest onshore, rig-based well servicing
contractor based on the number of rigs owned.  The Company was
organized in April 1977 and commenced operations in July 1978
under
the name National Environmental Group, Inc.  In December 1992, the
Company became Key Energy Group, Inc. and it changed its name to
Key Energy  Services, Inc. in December 1998.


KING REHAB: Taps Broege Neumann as Bankruptcy Counsel
-----------------------------------------------------
King Rehab Services Company seeks authorization from the United
States Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey to employ
Broege, Neumann, Fischer & Shaver, LLC, as bankruptcy counsel.

The Debtor requires Broege Neumann to:

     (a) advise applicant whether and to what extent any of its
assets constitute cash collateral under the Bankruptcy Code;

     (b) prosecute applications to use any assets of applicant
which may constitute cash collateral under the Bankruptcy Code;

     (c) advise applicant as to its duties as a
debtor-in-possession under the Bankruptcy Code, including, without
limitation, the obligation to open debtor-in-possession bank
accounts, file monthly operating reports with the Bankruptcy Court
and the office of the United States Trustee, pay quarterly fees to
the United States Trustee, maintain adequate insurance on all
assets of the bankruptcy estate, pay all post-petition taxes when
due and file timely returns therefor, neither hire nor pay any
professional without prior authorization of the Bankruptcy Court,
neither sell nor dispose of any assets outside the ordinary course
of business without prior authorization of the Bankruptcy Court;

     (d) represent applicant at the Sec. 341(a) hearing and at any
meetings between applicant and creditors or creditors committees;

     (e) assist applicant in obtaining the authorization of the
Bankruptcy Court to retain such accountants, appraisers or other
professionals whose services applicant may require in connection
with the operation of its business or the administration of the
Chapter 11 proceedings;

     (f) defend any motions made by secured creditors to enable
applicant to retain the use of assets needed for an effective
reorganization;

     (g) negotiate with priority, secured and unsecured creditors
to achieve a consensual resolution of their respective claims and
the incorporation of such resolution into a plan of
reorganization;

     (h) file and prosecute motions to expunge or reduce claims
which applicant disputes;

     (i) represent the applicant in the Bankruptcy Court at such
hearings as may require applicant's presence or participation to
protect the interest of applicant and the bankruptcy estate;

     (j) formulate, negotiate, prepare and file a disclosure
statement and plan of reorganization which conforms to the
requirements of the Bankruptcy Code and applicable rules of
procedure;

     (k) represent applicant at hearings on the approval of the
disclosure statement and confirmation of a plan of reorganization
and responding to any objections to same filed by creditors or
other parties in interest;

     (l) assist applicant in discharging its obligations in
consummating any plan of reorganization which is confirmed;

     (m) provide such other varied legal advice and services as may
be needed by applicant in the operation of its business or in
connection with the Chapter 11 proceedings.

Broege Neumann will be paid at these hourly rates:

         Timothy P. Neumann    $535
         Peter J. Broege       $450
         Frank Fischer         $375
         David E. Shaver       $375
         Paralegals            $100    

Broege Neumann will also be reimbursed for reasonable out-of-pocket
expenses incurred.

Christina King, President of King Rehab, assured the Court that the
firm is a "disinterested person" as the term is defined in Section
101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code and does not represent any interest
adverse to the Debtors and their estates.

Broege Neumann can be reached at:

         Timothy P. Neumann, Esq.
         Peter J. Broege, Esq.
         Frank Fischer, Esq.
         David E. Shaver, Esq.         
         BROEGE, NEUMANN, FISCHER & SHAVER, LLC
         25 Abe Voorhees Drive
         Manasquan, NJ 08736
         Tel: (732) 223-8484
         Email: tneumann@bnfsbankruptcy.com

King Rehab Services Company filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr.
D.N.J. Case No. 16-27393) on September 11, 2016, and is represented
by: Timothy P. Neumann, Esq., at Broege, Neuman, Fischer & Shaver,
in Manasquan, New Jersey.


KIRK'S FRAMING: Employs Adam Law Group as General Counsel
---------------------------------------------------------
Kirk's Framing Inc. seeks authority from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
for the Middle District of Florida to employ Adam Law Group, P.A.,
as its general counsel, nunc pro tunc to the September 9, 2016
petition date.

The Debtor requires the firm to:

     (a) give advice to the Debtor with respect to its powers and
duties as Debtor-in-Possession;

     (b) advise the Debtor with respect to its responsibilities in
complying with the U.S. Trustee's Operating Guidelines and
Reporting Requirements and with the Local Rules of the Court;

     (c) prepare motions, pleadings, orders, applications,
disclosure statements, plans of reorganization, commence adversary
proceedings, and prepare other such legal documents necessary in
the administration of the case;

     (d) protect the interest of the Debtor in all matters pending
before the Court; and,

     (e) represent the Debtor in negotiations with its creditors
and in preparation of the disclosure statement and plan of
reorganization.

The firm will be paid at these hourly rates:
        
         Thomas C. Adam       $300
         Paralegal            $150

Adam will also be reimbursed for reasonable out-of-pocket expenses
incurred.

Prior to the Petition Date, the Debtor and Adam agreed to a minimum
fee for representation, subject to approval, in the Chapter 11
bankruptcy case.  The retainer is $13,286.  The amount of
$15,000.00 has been paid, and Adam acknowledges receipt of the
Retainer, and that $1,717.00 was paid on behalf of the Debtor for
the required filing fee to commence the Chapter 11 bankruptcy case.
The Debtor and Adam intended and agreed, when it entered into the
retainer agreement, that the Retainer is "earned on receipt," and
will be handled in accordance with In re Craig, 265 B.R. 624
(Banla. M.D. Fla. 2001).

Thomas C. Adam, partner of Adam, assured the Court that the firm is
a "disinterested person" as the term is defined in Section 101(14)
of the Bankruptcy Code and does not represent any interest adverse
to the Debtors and their estates.

Adam can be reached at:

         Thomas C. Adam, Esq.
         ADAM LAW GROUP, P.A.
         301 W. Bay Street, Suite 1430
         Jacksonville, FL 32202
         Telephone: (904) 329-7249
         E-mail: tadam@adamlawgroup.com

             About Kirk's Framing Inc.

Kirk's Framing Inc. filed a chapter 11 petition (Bankr. M.D. Fla.
Case No. 3:16-bk-03390-JAF) on September 6, 2016.  The Debtor is
represented by Thomas C. Adam, Esq.

The Debtor is a Florida corporation based in Orange Park, Florida.
The Debtor is in the business of design and construction of wood
framing of residential real properties in Clay, Duval, St. Johns
and Nassau counties.  The Debtor's services include floor joist,
roof, steps, and zipwall installations.


L & R FAMILY: Seeks Authorization to Use Cash Collateral
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L & R Family, Inc., asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle
District of Florida for authorization to use cash collateral.

The Debtor believes that HSBC Bank USA, NA, has a mortgage on the
Debtor's real property located at 1402 Highway 31 South, Bay
Minette, Alabama, in the estimated amount of $622,000.  The Debtor
contends that Regions Bank and the U.S. Small Business
Administration also hold second and third position liens in the
respective amounts of $49,985 and $19,500.

The Debtor tells the Court that it needs to use cash, accounts
receivable and other income derived from the Debtor's operations to
fund its operating expenses and costs of administration of its
Chapter 11 case for the duration of the Chapter 11 case.

The Debtor's proposed Budget covers the months of October 2016
through March 2017.  The Budget provides for total expenses in the
amount of $4,268 for each month.

The Debtor offers the following as adequate protection:

     (a) The Secured Creditors will have post-petition liens on the
Subject Property and Cash Collateral to the same extent, validity
and priority as existed pre-petition;

     (b) The Debtor will escrow 1/12th the value of their 2016 ad
valorem taxes of the Subject Property per month;

     (c) The Debtors will maintain appropriate insurance on the
Subject Property;

     (d) The Secured Creditors will have the right to inspect the
Subject Property or the Cash Collateral on 48 hours reasonable
notice; and

     (e) The Debtor will provide the Secured Creditors with copies
of monthly financial documents generated in the ordinary course of
business and other information as the Secured Creditors reasonably
request with respect to the Debtor’s operations.

A full-text copy of the Debtor's Motion, dated Sept. 23, 2016, is
available at
http://tinyurl.com/z73n699

A full-text copy of the Debtor's proposed Budget, dated Sept. 23,
2016, is available at http://tinyurl.com/hd65seo

L & R Family, Inc., is represented by:

          Buddy D. Ford, Esq.
          Jonathan A. Semach, Esq.
          BUDDY D. FORD, P.A.
          9301 West Hillsborough Avenue
          Tampa, FL 33615-3008
          Telephone: (813) 877-4669
          E-mail: Buddy@tampaesq.com
                  Jonathan@tampaesq.com

HSBC Bank USA, N.A. can be reached at:

          HSBC BANK USA, N.A.
          12 S. Tyron St., Ste. 1560
          Charlotte, NC 28281

Regions Bank can be reached at:

          REGIONS BANK
          1900 5th Avenue North
          Birmingham, AL 35203

                   About L & R Family

L & R Family, Inc. filed a chapter 11 petition (Bankr. M.D. Fla.
Case No. 16-08015) on Sept. 16, 2016.  The Debtor is represented by
Buddy D. Ford, Esq., and Jonathan A. Semach, Esq., at Buddy D.
Ford, P.A.


LBM BORROWER: Moody's Retains B3 CFR on $90MM Loan Add-On
---------------------------------------------------------
Moody's Investors Service said that LBM Borrower, LLC's
$90 million add-on to its outstanding $691 million first lien term
loan due 2022 does not impact the company's ratings, including its
B3 corporate family rating, B3-PD probability of default rating, B3
rating on $691 million first lien term loan due 2022, Caa2 rating
on $220 million second lien term loan due 2023, or stable rating
outlook.



LEHMAN BROTHERS: Court Dismisses 2138747 Ontario's Suit vs. Samsung
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The Supreme Court of New York County dismissed the case captioned
2138747 ONTARIO INC., Plaintiff, v. SAMSUNG C&T CORPORATION,
SAMSUNG AMERICA, INC., and SAMSUNG C&T AMERICA, INC. (F/K/A SAMSUNG
AMERICA, INC.), Defendants, Docket No. 653270/2014, Mtn. Seq. No.
003 (N.Y.).

On or about September 26, 2008, SkyPower, LB SkyPower, Samsung C&T
Corporation and Samsung America, Inc. entered into a Non-Disclosure
Agreement in which LB SkyPower and SkyPower agreed to make
confidential information available to Samsung.  Samsung C&T
Corporation, Samsung America, Inc., SkyPower and Lehman Brothers
Inc. collectively executed the NDA "[a]s majority owner and
financial advisor to, and on behalf of" LB SkyPower.

On October 27, 2014, 2138747 Ontario Inc. commenced the action
asserting claims for breach of contract and unjust enrichment,
alleging that in September 2009 SkyPower discovered that Samsung
had misappropriated SkyPower's confidential information and used it
to launch a competing renewable energy project in violation of the
NDA.  In an Assignment Agreement dated October 26, 2014, Lehman
Broters Holdings Inc., as Assignor, had assigned all of LBHI's
right, title and interest in and to any claim or cause of action LB
SkyPower Inc. may have against Samsung arising under the NDA to c.

Samsung C&T Corporation, Samsung America, Inc., and Samsung C&T
America, Inc., moved to dismiss Ontario's Second Amended Complaint,
arguing that Ontario does not have standing to pursue the action
because the Assignment is invalid.  

The Supreme Court stated that Samsung correctly noted that the
plain language of the Assignment Agreement transfers only whatever
interest LBHI had in the LB SkyPower claim as it provides that "the
Assignor [LBHI] does hereby assign and transfer to the Assignee all
of its right, title and interest in and to any claim or cause of
action LB SkyPower Inc. may have against Samsung arising under the
NDA."  Thus, the Supreme Court held that LBHI did not cause LB
SkyPower to assign its claim against Samsung directly, but instead
merely assigned the interest it purportedly had in the claim.  The
Assignment did not transfer LB SkyPower's claims against Samsung.

Ontario contended that because LB SkyPower was LBHI's indirect
wholly-owned subsidiary LBHI had the right and ability to assign LB
SkyPower's claim.  The Supreme Court pointed out, however, that
under Delaware law, a "parent's ownership of all of the shares of
the subsidiary does not make the subsidiary's assets the
parent's."

Next, Ontario argued that LBHI was authorized to assign LB
SkyPower's claim by LBHI's Modified Third Amended Chapter 11 Plan.
The Supreme Court, however, noted that the language in the Plan
permits LBHI to act only "in accordance with applicable law."  As
Delaware law does not grant LBHI the power to assign a subsidiary's
claims, the Supreme Court correspondingly concluded that the Plan
similarly did not confer that power upon LBHI.

Finally, Ontario argued that the Assignment transferred LB
SkyPower's claims against Samsung because LBHI executed the
Assignment as LB SkyPower's agent.  The Supreme Court held,
however, that, even assuming arguendo that LB SkyPower consented to
the Assignment, this consent only served to ratify LBHI's transfer
of LBHI's interest in the LB SkyPower claim and, as such, LBHI had
no such direct interest to transfer.

A full-text copy of the Supreme Court's August 29, 2016 decision
and order is available at https://is.gd/fHnHkY from Leagle.com.

                     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 filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Sept. 15, 2008
(Bankr. S.D.N.Y. Case No. 08-13555).  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 are handled by Judge James M. Peck.
Harvey R. Miller, Esq., Richard P. Krasnow, Esq., Lori R. Fife,
Esq., Shai Y. Waisman, Esq., and Jacqueline Marcus, Esq., at Weil,
Gotshal & Manges, LLP, in New York, represent 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, serve
as counsel to the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors.
Houlihan Lokey Howard & Zukin Capital, Inc., is 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 has been appointed as
trustee for the SIPA liquidation of the business of LBI.

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.

                          *     *     *

In October 2015, Lehman made its eighth distribution to creditors,
bringing Lehman's total distributions to unsecured creditors to
approximately $105.4 billion including (1) $77.2 billion of
payments on account of third-party claims, which includes
non-controlled affiliate claims and (2) $28.2 billion of payments
among the Lehman Debtors and their controlled affiliates.

As of September 2015, the trustee in charge of LBI has returned
around $7.65 billion to the defunct brokerage's unsecured
creditors, a recovery of about 35 cents on the dollar.


LIDA BAUCAGE PEREZ: Hearing on Plan Outline Set For Nov. 2
----------------------------------------------------------
The Hon. Brian K. Tester of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Puerto Rico has scheduled for Nov. 2, 2016, at 9:00
a.m. the hearing to consider the adequacy of Lida Baucage Perez's
disclosure statement describing the Debtor's plan of
reorganization.

Objections to the form and content of the Disclosure Statement must
be filed not less than 14 days prior to the hearing.

Under the Plan, at the effective date holders of Class 3 - General
Unsecured Claims will receive a lump-sum payment in the amount of
$10,702.38.  The Debtor will pay $600.00 monthly pro-rata basis
for
a five-year period among Class 3 and Class 4 - General Unsecured
Claim (initially intended to be secured).  With the current claims
and allowed amounts by the Plan, the Class 3 will receive $128.11
monthly for the general unsecured creditors in a 5 year period.
Based on the current allowed amounts, each claim holder in Class 3
will receive approximately 10% of the allowed amount.

Class 4 will receive a lump-sum payment in the amount of
$39,421.36. With the current claims and allowed amounts by the
Plan, the Class 4 will receive $471.89 monthly for the general
unsecured creditors in a five-year period.  The claim holder under
this class will receive approximately 10% of the allowed amount.

Payments and distributions under the Plan will be funded by the
cash flow from future income of the Debtor and from the proceeds
of
the sale of a real property.

A full-text copy of the Disclosure Statement dated Aug. 31, 2016,
is available at http://bankrupt.com/misc/15-04099-122.pdf

Lida Baucage Perez, a general physician practitioner, initially
filed a Chapter 13 petition (Bankr. D.P.R. Case No. 15-04099), but
was forced to file for conversion to a Chapter 11 case since the
amount of unsecured debts surpassed the limits set forth by
Section
109(e) of the Bankruptcy Code.

The Debtor is represented by Carlos Alberto Ruiz Law Office, CSP.


LINWOOD R. LOVETT: Summary Judgment Granted to CertusBank
---------------------------------------------------------
Judge Leslie J. Abrams of the United States District Court for the
Middle District of Georgia, Macon Division, granted CertusBank,
N.A.'s Motion for Summary Judgment in the case captioned
CERTUSBANK, N.A., as successor by assignment to ATLANTIC SOUTHERN
BANK, Plaintiff, v. GENE DUNWOODY, JR., et al., Defendants, Case
No. 5:14-CV-69 (LJA) (M.D. Ga.).

On May 20, 2011, the Georgia Department of Banking and Finance
closed Atlantic Southern Bank and appointed FDIC as the receiver
for Atlantic Southern's assets and liabilities.  CertusBank then
obtained status as receiver by virtue of puchase and assignment
from the FDIC.  CertusBank thus became the current holder of two
promissory notes and commercial loan agreements previously executed
by Capricorn Centre, LLC, in favor of Atlantic Southern.
Individual guaranty agreements were executed on both notes by Gene
Dunwoody Jr., Gene Dunwoody Sr., Jack W. Jenkins, and W. Tony
Long.

On February 18, 2014, CertusBank commenced the action against
Dunwoody Jr., Dunwoody Sr., Jenkins, Long, Raymond. O. Ballard, and
Robert Lovett.  Ballard was terminated on April 16, 2014, while
Lovett was dismissed from the case when his Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
Plan was confirmed.

CertusBank moved for summary judgment on December 22, 2014.  While
the parties did not dispute that the Guaranties were validly
executed, establishing CertusBank's prima facie case for repayment,
the defendants argued that CertusBank's suit is barred by Georgia's
anti-deficiency statute, that an award of attorneys' fees is
improper, and that the evidence establishing damages is
inadmissible.

The defendants argued that CertusBank's suit is barred by failure
to comply with Georgia's anti-deficiency statute.  The statute
provides that when any real estate is sold by non-judicial
foreclosure, the seller may not take action to obtain a deficiency
judgment unless the sale is reported to the superior court judge in
the county in which the land is located for confirmation and the
judge confirms the sale.  Judge Abrams, however, held that the
statute is inapplicable with regard to the first promissory note
because this was not secured by any real property, and was
certainly not secured by the specific property for which CertusBank
initiated foreclosure.  With regard to the second promissory note,
Judge Abrams found that the defendants waived their rights under
the deficiency statute pursuant to the terms of the guarantees.
The judge further held that while the failure to obtain a
confirmation would have barred a deficiency judgment against
Capricorn, the waivers in the guarantees preclude the defendants'
reliance on the anti-deficiency statute.

Defendants argue that Plaintiff's notice was deficient because it
referred to the fee agreements contained in the "Note," when the
attorneys' fees provisions were actually contained in the Loan
Agreements. Both, however, contain provisions incorporating the
terms of the Loan Agreements. As such, Plaintiff's demand letters
provided sufficient notice to collect attorneys' fees. Defendants
also argue that they did not receive notice. Defendants Dunwoody
Jr., Dunwoody, Sr., and Jenkins, however, admitted to receiving the
demand letter for attorneys' fees. Defendant Long stated that he
does not recall getting a demand letter. (Doc. 43, at 14:10-15:25).
In addition to the demand letter, Georgia law proves that notice of
the demand for attorneys' fees may be given through a complaint.

The defendants also argued that an award of attorneys' fees would
be unconscionable because the award would be greater than the
amount due on the principal, which has a capped obligation.  Judge
Abrams, however, found that the Loan Agreements specifically
provide for an attorneys' fee award of "15 percent of the principal
and interest owing."  Accordingly, the judge held that the
attorneys' fees provisions are not substantively unconscionable.

As to the damages award, Judge Abrams held that although the court
cannot determine the appropriate damages award from the briefing
and accompanying materials before it, this does not provide a basis
to deny summary judgment as the defendants have not introduced any
evidence to show that the amounts claimed by plaintiff are
incorrect or should be calculated differently.

Judge Abrams concluded that the defendants are liable to CertusBank
for the remaining principal, limited by the defendants' capped
obligation, any interest and fees on the remaining principal not
limited by the defendants' capped obligation, and 15% of the
principal and interest as attorneys' fees amassed while collecting
the debt.  CertusBank was ordered to provide supplemental briefing
on the amount of damages within 30 days.

A full-text copy of Judge Abrams's August 23, 2016 order is
available at https://is.gd/RbuAOv from Leagle.com.

CERTUSBANK NA is represented by:

          Sean Andrew Gordon, Esq.
          GREENBERG TRAURIG, LLP
          Terminus 200
          3333 Piedmont Road NE, Suite 2500
          Atlanta, GA 30305
          Tel: (678)553-2100
          Fax: (678)553-2212
          Email: gordonsa@gtlaw.com

GENE DUNWOODY, JR, JACK W JENKINS, W TONY LONG, L ROBERT LOVETT are
represented by:

          Wesley J. Boyer, Esq.
          355 Cotton Avenue
          Macon, GA 31201
          Tel: (478)742-6481
          Fax: (770)200-9230


LIONS GATE: Moody's Confirms Ba3 CFR & Rates New Facility Ba2
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Moody's Investors Service confirmed Lions Gate Entertainment
Corp.'s (LGF) Ba3 Corporate Family rating and Ba3-PD Probability of
Default rating following the company's announcement earlier this
year to acquire Starz, LLC for cash and stock.  Concurrently,
Moody's assigned a Ba2 rating to the company's new first lien
senior secured credit facility, consisting of a $1 billion revolver
due 2021, $1 billion term loan A due 2021 and a
$1.9 billion term loan B due 2023.  Moody's also changed the
company's Speculative Grade Liquidity rating from SGL-3 to SGL-1.
The rating outlook was revised from ratings under review for
downgrade to stable.  Moody's will withdraw ratings on both
companies' existing debt instruments and the Starz CFR and PDR once
all the debt is repaid upon closing of the transaction.

Issuer: Lions Gate Entertainment Corp.

Upgrades:
  Speculative Grade Liquidity Rating, Upgraded to SGL-1 from SGL-3

Assignments:
   New Senior Secured Bank Credit Facilities, Assigned Ba2 (LGD3)

Confirmations:
  Probability of Default Rating, Confirmed at Ba3-PD
  Corporate Family Rating, Confirmed at Ba3
  Existing Senior Secured Bank Credit Facilities, Confirmed at Ba3

  (LGD4)

Outlook Actions:

Outlook, Changed To Stable From Rating Under Review

                         RATINGS RATIONALE

The rating action is based on Moody's view that Starz's acquisition
makes strategic sense for both companies.  It will enhance LGF's
scale and business diversity, provide predictable and more stable
cash flows and thereby reduce reliance on its volatile motion
picture business, and a steady internal source of TV and film
distribution revenue.  The rating reflects our expectation that
Starz's cash flows from recurring subscription revenue will allow
the company financial flexibility to reduce gross debt levels and
manage a leverage profile commensurate with a Ba3 CFR.  Starz will
benefit from a likely source of theatrical output, and get first
look opportunities for much needed quality original TV content.
Moody's believes that there is scope for significant operating
synergies to be derived from the acquisition.  Pro forma for the
acquisition we estimate that debt-to-EBITDA leverage (incorporating
Moody's adjustments) may be as high as between 5.8x - 6.5x early
on, depending upon film slate performance, which is high for the
Ba3 rating but is expected to decline to under 3.5x within the next
18-24 months and sustained there for the long-term, as the company
deleverages its balance sheet with a combination of improved
operating performance and debt reduction.  Moody's believes that
management is committed to using a majority of its free cash flows
to reducing gross debt levels and bringing leverage below 3.5x
(incorporating Moody's adjustments).

The credit facility has a first priority interest in all of LGF's
assets and is guaranteed by the company's subsidiaries.  The Ba2
rating on the senior secured credit facility is one notch above the
Ba3 CFR and reflects the credit facility's senior most position in
the capital structure.  In its Loss Given Default assessment,
Moody's has modeled over $500 million of new senior unsecured debt
to be issued at a later date by the company, which provides loss
absorption cushion and lift to the secured debt rating.

The SGL-1 rating assumes that the combined company will generate
good cash flows of over $400 million and maintain cash on its
balance sheet of at least $50 million.  The liquidity profile is
supported by a sizeable revolver with a capacity of $1 billion and
Moody's anticipates that LGF may occasionally rely on its revolver
in interim quarterly periods to fund film/television production
costs.  The credit facility consists of a 5.25x net first lien
leverage covenant and a 2.75x interest coverage covenant and we
estimate that LGF will remain in compliance under both covenants
over the next twelve months.

                           RATING OUTLOOK

The stable outlook reflects Moody's view that LGF will successfully
complete the acquisition and integration of Starz into its
operations and the combined company will benefit from added scale,
enhanced diversification and operating synergies over the long-run.
The outlook also assumes that the company will apply its free cash
flows towards debt repayment and reduce debt-to-EBITDA
(incorporating Moody's adjustments) to under 3.5x within the next
18-24 months.

What Could Change the Rating -- Up

An upgrade is unlikely in the intermediate term given that leverage
is currently high for the rating and the volatility and
unpredictability of the film business, which results in low
visibility on revenues.  However, ratings could be upgraded in the
long-term if the company reduces its leverage target and becomes
increasingly less reliant on film slate performance (such as if the
company diversifies its operations further through it television
production business), such that it can sustain debt-to-EBITDA
(including Moody's adjustments) comfortably under 3.0x. Strong
liquidity, a consistent operating track record, and management's
commitment to a higher rating will also be necessary for a positive
rating action.

What Could Change the Rating -- Down

The company's ratings could be downgraded if there is material
erosion in Starz's subscriber base or if LGF sustains
underperformance across its slate or TV production division, or if
it directs cash flow towards material acquisitions, dividends or
share repurchases, such that our expectation of its ability or
commitment towards debt reduction is changed, or leverage is
sustained over 3.5x over the long-term.  Ratings could also be
downgraded if liquidity or cash flow are adversely affected.

The principal methodology used in these ratings was Business and
Consumer Service Industry published in December 2014.

Lionsgate, domiciled in British Columbia, Canada (headquartered in
Santa Monica, CA), is a motion picture and television studio with a
diversified presence in the production and distribution of motion
pictures, television programming, home entertainment,
video-on-demand and digitally delivered content.  Annual revenues
approximate $2.3 billion.

Starz, headquartered in Englewood, Colorado, supplies television
and movie programming to U.S. multichannel video distributors
including cable, direct broadcast satellite, and telecommunication
service providers.  Annual revenues approximate $1.7 billion.


LIONS GATE: S&P Lowers Rating to 'B+', Off CreditWatch Negative
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S&P Global Ratings said it lowered its ratings on Santa Monica,
Calif.-based Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. by one notch, including
the corporate rating to 'B+' from 'BB-'.  At the same time, S&P
removed the ratings from CreditWatch, where it had placed them with
negative implications on March 16, 2016.

S&P also assigned its 'BB-' issue-level rating and '2' recovery
rating to the company's proposed senior secured debt, which
consists of a $1 billion revolving credit facility due 2021, a
$1 billion term loan A due 2021, and a $1.9 billion term loan B due
2023.  The '2' recovery rating indicates S&P's expectation for
substantial recovery (70%-90%; upper half of the range) of
principal for debtholders in the event of a payment default.

S&P expects to withdraw its ratings on the company's existing
second-lien term loan and 5.25% senior secured notes when the
transaction closes.

"The downgrade is based on our expectation that Lions Gate's
adjusted leverage, pro forma for its proposed acquisition of Starz
LLC, will remain elevated, at above 5x over the next 12-18 months,"
said S&P Global Ratings credit analyst Khaled Lahlo.

S&P expects that the proposed debt financing will add about
$2 billion of incremental debt to the company's balance sheet,
which will result in pro forma adjusted leverage, as of June 30,
2016 (including production loans and 25% surplus cash haircut) of
about 9.7x.  S&P also expects adjusted leverage to decline to the
low-5x area by the end of the fiscal year ending March 31, 2018,
due to more stable cash flow generation from Starz and Lions Gate's
TV production segment; and for Lions Gate to achieve significant
cost savings, primarily in terms of tax savings.  In addition, the
company has stated that it will not pay any dividends or share
repurchases while it focuses on substantial deleveraging during the
next 12-18 months.

The stable rating outlook reflects S&P's expectation that Lions
Gate's leverage will remain elevated but gradually decline to about
5x over the next 12-18 months due to EBITDA growth and the
company's commitment to voluntarily repay debt.  The outlook also
reflects revenue and cash flow stability from Starz's cable
networks offset the inherent volatility of the company's motion
picture segment.


LKN PROPERTIES: Taps Newmark as Real Estate Broker
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LKN Properties, Inc. seeks authorization from the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the Central District of California to employ Newmark of
Southern California, Inc., a California corporation dba Newmark
Grubb Knight Frank as real estate broker.

LKN requires Newmark to assist in the listing, marketing and sale
of the Debtor's real property.

Prior to the commencement of its bankruptcy case, LKN employed the
firm to assist with the effective marketing of the Property for
sale. As the Debtor's primary objective is to sell the Property for
the highest and best price, the Debtor seeks authority to continue
with the Firm's employment during the bankruptcy case. The firm
will work concurrently to lease the vacant space and market the
Property for sale in the most effective manner during the
bankruptcy case for the best and highest price in the current real
estate market.

Prior to the petition date, the firm was owed a commission of
approximately $10,000.00 in connection with the lease of the
Property by Creed. The firm has agreed to waive this claim as a
condition to its employment as the Debtor's real estate broker and
upon successful completion of a sale or lease with commissions paid
in excess of $10,000.

Other than being employed as the Debtor's real estate broker for
the Property prior to the commencement of the bankruptcy case, to
the best of the firm's knowledge after full investigation, and as
set forth in Declaration by Joseph Woodka, the Firm and its
respective principals, employees and agents:

     (a) do not hold or represent any interest adverse to the
Debtor, its creditors and its bankruptcy estate; and

     (b) have no connections with the Debtor, its creditors, any
other party in interest, their respective attorneys and
accountants, the United States Trustee, any person employed in the
office of the United States Trustee, or any bankruptcy judge
presiding in the United States bankruptcy for the Central District
of California.

Newmark can be reached at:

     Joseph Woodka
     Newmark Grubb Knight Frank
     1875 Century Park E Ste 1380
     Los Angeles, CA 90067
     E-mail: jwoodka@ngkf.com

                     About LKN Properties Inc.

LKN Properties Inc. is a nonresidential building operator located
at 3762 Hendrix Street, Irvine, California.

LKN filed on September 6, 2016 bankruptcy petitions (Bankr. C.D.
Cal., Lead Case No. 16-13734). The petition was signed by Lien
Nguyen, President. Catherine E. Bauer is assigned to the cases.

The Debtor has hired Shulman Hodges and Bastian LLP as counsel. The
Debtor has estimated assets of $1 million to $10 million.



LOUISIANA-PACIFIC CORP: Egan-Jones Ups Sr. Unsec. Ratings to BB-
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Egan-Jones Ratings Company upgraded on Aug. 29, 2016, the senior
unsecured ratings on debt issued by Louisiana-Pacific Corp to BB-
from B+.



M2L TRANSPORTATION: US Trustee Fails to Appoint Creditors' Panel
----------------------------------------------------------------
The U.S. Trustee informs the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle
District of Florida that a committee of unsecured creditors has not
been appointed in the Chapter 11 case of M2L Transportation, LLC,
due to insufficient response to the U.S. Trustee
communication/contact for service on the committee.

                     About M2L Transportation

M2L Transportation, LLC, filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition
(Bankr. M.D. Fla. Case No. 16-03075) on Aug. 12, 2016.  Jason A.
Burgess, Esq., at The Law Offices of Jason A. Burgess, LLC, as
bankruptcy counsel.

The Debtor's assets and liabilities are both below $1 million.


MANUEL MEDIAVILLA: Plan Confirmed, PRLP Objection Denied
--------------------------------------------------------
Judge Mildred Caban Flores confirmed the amended joint plan of the
debtors in the bankruptcy cases captioned IN RE: MANUEL MEDIAVILLA,
INC., Debtor, CASE NO. 13-2800(MCF)(Bankr. D.P.R.) and IN RE:
MANUEL MEDIAVILLA, INC. AND MAYDIN G. MELENDEZ, Debtors, CASE NO.
13-2802(MCF)(Bankr. D.P.R.).

On December 30, 2015, the Court issued an opinion and order
determining that both corporate and individual debtors, Manuel
Mediavilla, Inc., and Maydin G. Melendez, could provide treatment
for PRLP 2011 Holding, LLC's secured claim on a joint basis.  The
practical effect of this treatment resulted in an over-secured
status for PRLP with entitlement to post-petition interest.

A month later, the debtors submitted an amended joint plan of
reorganization in compliance with the Court's ruling providing for
payment to PRLP's claim of post-petition interest.  PRLP filed an
opposition thereto.

With regards to PRLP's claim of post-petition interest, the debtors
proposed the contractual pre-default rate of 5% interest.  PRLP,
however, sought 8% representing the contractual default rate rather
than the 5% pre-default rate, as proposed by debtors.

In support for a lower interest rate, the debtors adduced that the
equities throughout the case favor an adjustment of the
post-petition interest rate PRLP may recover.  PRLP argued that
unless debtors provide equitable reasons that warrant an adjustment
to a lower rate, there is a presumption that the contractual
default rate should apply to the calculation of post-petition
interest.  PRLP argued that default interest rates, such as the one
included in the loan documents, are enforceable under local law.

Judge Flores rejected PRLP's argument of a higher default interest
rate, and exercised the court's discretion to disallow the
contractual default rate given the parties' relationship and
pre-bankruptcy course of dealing.  Judge Flores found there is no
justification for an increased default rate to compensate PRLP for
any assumed increase in risk following default.  The judge pointed
out that PRLP acquired from Banco Popular de Puerto Rico, the
original obligee, the debtors' loan account with full knowledge of
the debtors' financial inability to comply with its loan
obligations.  Banco Popular did not exercise its right to charge a
higher interest rate due to the debtors' default.  It was not until
about two months before filing the foreclosure action that PRLP
exercised its right to charge the default rate of interest and by
that time, a year had passed since its acquisition of the loan from
Banco Popular.  Judge Flores found that the equities in the case
favor the disallowance of PRLP's claim of interest at the default
rate.  Therefore, the appropriate post-petition interest rate is
the contractual pre-default rate of 5%.

PRLP also raised its concerns regarding the preservation of its
lien on the new lease agreement with the tenant, Centro de
Recaudacion de Ingresos Municipales (CRIM), and the current
feasibility of the amended joint plan in light of the new lease
agreement.  Judge Flores construed that the issue regarding the
retention of PRLP's lien on rents from the CRIM lease is moot.  The
judge noted that the debtors have provided in the amended joint
plan for the continuity of PRLP's liens on property securing its
interest, and that the debtors proffered in its reply brief that it
had negotiated for CRIM to expressly acknowledge the assignability
of rents to PRLP and that CRIM's rental payments would be payable
to the debtors or PRLP.  Based on the debtors' proffer, Judge
Flores concluded that neither the debtors' amended joint plan nor
the lease agreement with CRIM impair PRLP's lien on rents.
Therefore, the judge concluded that the PRLP's objection to
confirmation of the amended joint plan based on the debtors'
failure to preserve its liens on properties securing its claim is
moot.

Lastly, PRLP raised feasibility concerns as to the debtors' ability
to provide for PRLP's secured claim in full due to the decrease in
rental payments based on the new lease arrangement with CRIM.
Judge Flores found that the debtors have proffered that the rent
decrease will be coupled by CRIM's improvements and maintenance to
PRLP's collateral in the amount of $36,000, and that the decrease
will not affect scheduled payments under the amended joint plan to
PRLP.  The judge also found that the debtors were able to renew a
contract and double the duration of CRIM'S tenancy to 10 years,
such that the debtors secured a source of income necessary to fund
plan payments to PRLP.  Judge Flores thus found that PRLP's
objection to confirmation based on feasibility concerns related to
the debtors' renewal of the CRIM lease is unfounded, and the
objection was denied.

A full-text copy of Judge Flores' September 23, 2016 order is
available at http://bankrupt.com/misc/prb13-02800-527.pdf

                    About Manuel Mediavilla, Inc.

Manuel Mediavilla, Inc., aka Muebleria Mediavill, sought protection
under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code on April 11, 2013 (Bankr.
D.P.R., Case No. 13-02800).  The case is assigned to Judge Mildred
Caban Flores.

The Debtor's counsel is Carmen D. Conde Torres, Esq., at C. Conde &
Assoc., in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

The Scheduled Assets is $2,191,098, while the Scheduled Liabilities
is $2,484,529.

The petition was signed by Manuel Mediavilla Garcia, president.


MARK HANDEL: Oct. 20 Plan Confirmation Hearing Set
--------------------------------------------------
Judge Maureen A. Tighe of the United States Bankruptcy Court for
the Central District of California will hold a hearing to consider
confirmation of Mark Handel's Second Amended Chapter 11 Plan of
Reorganization on Oct. 20, 2016, at 9:30 a.m., Courtroom 302, 21041
Burbank Blvd., in Woodland Hills, CA 91367.

The deadline for creditors to return ballots voting to accept or
reject the Plan will be 5:00 p.m., PST, on Oct. 3, 2016.

The deadline for parties-in-interest to file an objection to the
Plan is on Oct. 3, 2016.

The Debtor will file a confirmation brief stating why the Plan
should be confirmed and admissible evidence supporting all
applicable elements of 11 U.S.C. Section 1129, a ballot summary,
and Debtor's response to any objections to the Plan by no later
than Oct. 10, 2016.

The Court approved the Debtor's disclosure statement explaining its
Second Amended Chapter 11 Plan of Reorganization dated Aug. 19,
2016, on Sept. 19, 2016.

Counsel for the Debtor:

         DAVID L. NEALE, Esq.     
         JOHN-PATRICK M. FRITZ, Esq.     
         LEVENE, NEALE, BENDER, YOO & BRILL L.L.P.     
         10250 Constellation Boulevard, Suite 1700  
         Los Angeles, CA 90067     
         Telephone: (310) 229-1234                                
         Facsimile: (310) 229-1244
         E-mail: DLN@LNBYB.COM
                 JPF@LNBYB.COM

Mark Handel sought protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy
Code (Bankr. C.D. Cal. Case No. 15-11292) on April 14, 2015.  The
case is assigned to Judge Maureen A. Tighe.


MARSHA ANN RALLS: BWF Plan Proposes to Pay Creditors in Full
------------------------------------------------------------
BWF Private Loan Fund, LLC, on Sept. 15 filed with the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the District of Columbia a Chapter 11
liquidating plan that proposes to pay creditors of Marsha Ann Ralls
in full.

Under the plan, BWF and another secured creditor Capital One Bank
will receive full payment of their claims from the proceeds
generated from the sale of the Debtor's real property.

BWF's $1.76 million claim and Capital One's $830,000 claim are
secured by the property located at 1516 31st Street, NW,
Washington, DC.

Meanwhile, Class 3 general unsecured creditors, which assert a
total of $10,960 in claims, will also be paid in full either from
the sale proceeds on the effective date of the plan or from any
sources available to BWF at any time before the effective date.  

Class 3 claims consist of Ridberg Aronson LLC's claim in the amount
of $9,572, and the Internal Revenue Service's non-priority
unsecured claim in the amount of $1,388.

After payment of the claims and sale costs, any remaining proceeds
from the sale will be paid to the Debtor.

The liquidating plan will be implemented pursuant to a sale of the
property.  After the plan is confirmed by the court, the broker
retained by BWF will market the property until the deadline for
submitting bids for the property.

BWF will select the best offer on the fifth day after the bid
deadline.   A hearing will be held no later than seven days after
the best bid is selected to approve the sale of the property to the
winning bidder, according to the disclosure statement explaining
the liquidating plan.

A copy of the disclosure statement is available for free at
https://is.gd/9Flxhr

BWF is represented by:

     Patrick J. Potter, Esq.
     Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
     1200 Seventeenth Street
     NW Washington, DC 20036-3006
     Tel: 202-663-8928
     Fax: 202-663-8007
     Email: patrick.potter@pillsburylaw.com
     Email: dania.slim@pillsburylaw.com

                        About Marsha Ann Ralls

Marsha Ann Ralls sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D.D.C. Case No. 16-00222) on May 4, 2016.
The Debtor is represented by William C. Johnson Jr., Esq., at the
Law Offices of William C. Johnson Jr.


MATHIOPOULOS 3M: Has Until Nov. 30 to Use Cash Collateral
---------------------------------------------------------
Judge Ronald H. Sargis of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern
District of California authorized Mathiopoulis 3M Family Limited
Partnership to use cash collateral from Sept. 1, 2016 through Nov.
30, 2016.

The monthly expenses that the Debtor was authorized to make are:

           EXPENSE                           AMOUNT
           -------                           ------

     Property Insurance                      $1,045.41
     Pacific Gas and Electric                  $300
     Recology Auburn (garbage)                 $500
     Telephone for business                    $200
     Pest control                             $123.60
     Telephone for Fire and Security           $120
     Life Insurance Policies (4)               $675
     Property Maintenance, Landscaping,        $704
     Parking Lot Cleaning
     Miscellaneous (fuel, office supplies,    $1,500
     equipment, repair, postage, etc.)

The Debtor was authorized to pay Placer County Water Agency $1,500
in October 2016.

The creditors having an interest in the cash collateral were given
replacement liens in the post-petition rents in the same priority,
validity, and extent as they existed in the cash collateral
expended.

The Debtor was directed to continue making monthly adequate
protection payments to Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. in the amount of
$13,193.

A hearing on the Debtor's Motion is scheduled on Nov. 17, 2016 at
10:30 a.m.

A full-text copy of the Order, dated Sept. 22, 2016, is available
at https://is.gd/JGY8vM

      About Mathiopoulis 3M Family Limited Partnership

Mathioupoulos 3M Family Limited Partnership filed a chapter 11
petition (Bankr. E.D. Ca. Case No. 16-20852) on Feb. 16, 2016.  The
petition was signed by Diane M. Mathiopoulos, authorized
representative.  The Debtor is represented by J. Luke Hendrix,
Esq., at Desmond, Nolan, Livaich & Cunningham.  The case is
assigned to Judge Ronald H. Sargis.  The Debtor disclosed total
assets at $5.36 million and total liabilities at $3.04 million.


MAURO CEVENINI: Disclosures Approved; Nov. 15 Plan Hearing Set
--------------------------------------------------------------
Mauro Cevenini obtained an order from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for
the Southern District of Florida approving the disclosure statement
describing his Plan of Reorganization, paving the way for the
Debtor to solicit acceptances of the Plan.

A hearing will be convened on Nov. 15, 2016 at 10:30 a.m. to
consider confirmation of the Plan.

Eligible parties have until Nov. 1 to file any written objections
to the Plan.

As previously reported by The Troubled Company Reporter, the Plan
of Reorganization proposes to make 20 quarterly payments to general
unsecured creditors.  Each general unsecured creditor will receive
a pro rata share of $1,000 per quarter for the payments.
The aggregate amount of scheduled unsecured claims is $170,061,
according to court filings.

                          About Mauro Cevenini

Mauro Cevenini sought protection under Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy
Code on May 26, 2015.  The case was converted to a Chapter 11 case
(Bankr. S. D. Fla. Case No. 15-19488) on Nov. 10, 2015.

The case is assigned to Judge John K. Olson.  The Debtor is
represented by Elias Leonard Dsouza, Esq., at DCS Law Group, P.A.


MBAC FERTILIZER: Seeks Approval of CCAA Plan of Arrangement
-----------------------------------------------------------
MBAC Fertilizer Corp. on Sept. 27, 2016, disclosed that further to
its press release dated Sept. 20, 2016, the Company intends to seek
an order (the Sanction Order) from the Ontario Superior Court of
Justice (Commercial List) sanctioning and approving the Company's
plan of arrangement (the Plan) pursuant to the Companies' Creditors
Arrangement Act (Canada) (CCAA) at a hearing scheduled to take
place on Oct. 3, 2016 instead of Sept. 29, 2016, as previously
announced.  Implementation of the Plan is subject to receipt of the
Sanction Order and to satisfaction or waiver of certain other
conditions precedent set forth in the Plan.

Assuming satisfaction or waiver of the conditions within the
expected time frames, the Company anticipates implementing the Plan
and completing its previously announced recapitalization
transaction (the Recapitalization) in October 2016.

Additional information regarding MBAC's CCAA proceedings is
available on the Monitor's Web site at http://www.ey.com/ca/mbac

                            About MBAC

MBAC -- http://www.mbacfert.com/-- is focused on becoming a
significant integrated producer of phosphate fertilizers and
related products in the Brazilian market.  MBAC has an experienced
team with significant experience in the business of fertilizer
operations, management, marketing and finance within Brazil.  MBAC
owns and operates the Itafos Arraias SSP Operations, which consists
of an integrated fertilizer producing facility comprised of a
phosphate mine, a mill, a beneficiation plant, a sulphuric acid
plant, an SSP plant and a granulation plant and related
infrastructure located in central Brazil ("Itafos Operations").
The Itafos Operations are estimated to have production capacity of
approximately 500,000 tonnes of SSP per annum.  MBAC's exploration
portfolio includes a number of additional exciting projects, which
are also located in Brazil.  The Santana Phosphate Project is a
high-grade phosphate deposit located in close proximity to the
largest fertilizer market of Mato Grosso State and animal feed
market of Para State.


MCGAHAN FAMILY LP: Hires Jack White of Kenai as Realtor
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McGahan Family Limited Partnership seeks approval from the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the District of Alaska to hire Jack White Real
Estate of Kenai.

The Debtor tapped the firm to market two of its properties in
Kenai, Alaska.  Jack White of Kenai will be paid a commission of 6%
of the final sale price for each property sold.

Jack White of Kenai attests it does not represent any interest
adverse to the Debtor's estate, according to court filings.

The firm may be reached at:

     Jack White Real Estate of Kenai
     10419 Kenai Spur Highway, Unit B
     Kenai, AK 99611

                      About McGahan Family LP

McGahan Family Limited Partnership sought protection under Chapter
11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Alaska Case No. 16-00049) on
March 4, 2016.  The Debtor estimated less than $50,000 in assets
$50,000 to $100,000 in liabilities.  The Debtor is represented by
Terry P. Draeger, Esq., at Beaty & Draeger, Ltd.

The Office of the U.S. Trustee disclosed in a court filing that no
official committee of unsecured creditors has been appointed in
the
Chapter 11 case of McGahan Family Limited Partnership.


MCGAHAN FAMILY LP: Taps Jack White of Soldotna as Realtor
---------------------------------------------------------
McGahan Family Limited Partnership seeks approval from the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the District of Alaska to hire Jack White Real
Estate of Soldotna.

The Debtor tapped the firm to market the Hamilton property located
at 51361 Nurphy Street, Nikiski, Alaska.  Jack White of Soldotna
will be paid a commission, which is 6% of the final sale price of
the property.

The firm does not represent any interest adverse to the Debtor's
estate, according to court filings.

The firm may be reached at:

     Jack White Real Estate of Soldotna
     34851 Kenai Spur Hwy Unit 6
     Soldotna, AK 99669
     Tel: 907-420-0655

                      About McGahan Family LP

McGahan Family Limited Partnership sought protection under Chapter
11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Alaska Case No. 16-00049) on
March 4, 2016.  The Debtor estimated less than $50,000 in assets
$50,000 to $100,000 in liabilities.  The Debtor is represented by
Terry P. Draeger, Esq., at Beaty & Draeger, Ltd.

The Office of the U.S. Trustee disclosed in a court filing that no
official committee of unsecured creditors has been appointed in
the
Chapter 11 case of McGahan Family Limited Partnership.


MEDICAL CASE MANAGEMENT: Files Chap. 11 Exit Plan
-------------------------------------------------
Medical Case Management & Social Services, Inc., filed with the
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Texas its
proposed plan to exit Chapter 11 protection.

The plan provides for the reorganization of the company and
contemplates the payment in full of allowed claims.

Administrative claims will be paid in full, in cash, on the later
of the effective date of the plan; 14 days after the entry of an
order allowing the claims; or upon such other terms as may be
agreed upon by the company and holders of the claims.

Payments under the plan after the effective date will be made by
Medical Case with revenues from the operation of its business.  The
company may receive from its shareholder funds sufficient to pay in
full administrative claims and the secured claim of Tarrant
County.

Existing management will continue to manage the day-to-day
operations of the company's business following confirmation of the
plan.  Consummation of the plan will occur upon the effective date
of the plan.

Medical Case is represented by:

     Marilyn D. Garner, Esq.
     2007 East Lamar Blvd., Suite 200
     Arlington, Texas 76006
     Tel: (817) 505-1499
     Fax: (817) 549-7200

                  About Medical Case Management

Medical Case Management & Social Services, Inc. provides services
to critically ill children and young adults.  The Debtor's services
are provided to its clients at a leased residential home located in
Arlington, Texas.

The Debtor sought protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy
Code (Bankr. N. D. Texas Case No. 15-43260) on August 12, 2015.
The petition was signed by Donald Ramsey, president.  

The case is assigned to Judge Michael Lynn.

At the time of the filing, the Debtor estimated assets of less than
$50,000 and liabilities of $1 million to $10 million.


MENCO PACIFIC: Case Summary & 20 Largest Unsecured Creditors
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Debtor: Menco Pacific, Inc.
        15110 Keswick Street
        Van Nuys, CA 91405
        Tel: 818-849-5054

Case No.: 16-12791

Chapter 11 Petition Date: September 26, 2016

Court: United States Bankruptcy Court
       Central District of California (San Fernando Valley)

Judge: Hon. Maureen Tighe

Debtor's Counsel: Jeffrey S Shinbrot, Esq.
                  JEFFREY S SHINBROT, APLC
                  8200 Wilshire Blvd, Ste 400
                  Beverly Hills, CA 90211
                  Tel: 310-659-5444
                  Fax: 310-878-8304
                  E-mail: jeffrey@shinbrotfirm.com

Estimated Assets: $1 million to $10 million

Estimated Liabilities: $1 million to $10 million

The petition was signed by Oscar Ruben Mendoza, president.

A copy of the Debtor's list of 20 largest unsecured creditors is
available for free at:

       http://bankrupt.com/misc/cacb16-12791.pdf


MERITOR INC: Egan-Jones Hikes Sr. Unsec. Debt Ratings to B+
-----------------------------------------------------------
Egan-Jones Ratings Company upgraded on Aug. 26, 2016, the senior
unsecured ratings on debt issued by Meritor Inc. to B+ from B.



METCOM NETWORK: NFS Leasing Consents to Use of Cash Collateral
--------------------------------------------------------------
Metcom Network Services, Inc., submitted to the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the Southern District of New York, a proposed Stipulation
and Order authorizing the use of cash collateral.

Secured Party NFS Leasing, Inc. had expressed its consent to the
terms of the proposed Order.

NFS Leasing asserts a secured claim against the Debtor in an amount
not less than $1,085,493.25.  All the cash in the Debtor's
possession or in which the Debtor has an interest on and after the
Petition Date, together with all the proceeds thereof,  which the
Debtor's principals thought had been set off and therefore
satisfied in full, constitutes cash collateral in which NFS Leasing
asserts an interest.

A $75,000 CD, which may still be in JP Morgan Chase's possession
and control since January 23, 2006, and in which it may hold a
security interest to secure a line of credit in the approximate sum
of $75,000, does not form part of the cash collateral.

The Debtor expects to expend and use cash for payment of
obligations and otherwise in connection with the continued
operation of the business, including leasehold obligations,
payroll, and pay utility charges, among others.

The Debtor's proposed Budget covers the period beginning July 2016
and ending on July 2017.  The Budget provides for total expenses in
the amount of $321,721 for each of the months of September 2016 and
December 2016; and $317,402 for each of the months of October 2016
and November 2016.

The Debtor proposes to make monthly payments to NFS Leasing, in the
sum of $35,000 for each month for the period August 2016 to January
2017, and the sum of $42,877.58, for each month for 21 months,
beginning on February 1, 2017.

The Debtor wants to grant NFS Leasing with replacement liens in and
on any and all of the Debtor's real and personal property.

The hearing on the Debtor's proposed Stipulation and Order is
scheduled on Oct. 6, 2016 at 12:00 noon.  The deadline for the
filing of objections to the proposed Order is set on Oct. 3, 2016
at 11:30 a.m.

A full-text copy of the proposed Stipulation and Order, dated Sept.
22, 2016, is available at https://is.gd/v2yb1b

A full-text copy of the Debtor's proposed Budget, dated Sept. 22,
2016, is available at https://is.gd/7h12eN

NFS Leasing, Inc., can be reached at:

          NFS LEASING, INC.
          900 Cummings Center, Suite 226u
          Beverly, MA 01915
          Attn: Mark Blaisdell

NFS Leasing is represented by:

          John G. Loughnane, Esq.
          NUTTER MCCLENNEN & FISH LLP
          155 Seaport Blvd.
          Boston, MA 02210
          E-mail: Jloughnane@nutter.com

              About Metcom Network Services

Metcom Network Services, Inc. sought protection under Chapter 11 of
the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. Case No. 16-11870) on June 28,
2016.  The petition was signed by Mark DuMoulin, Sr., president.
The Debtor is represented by Neil H. Ackerman, Esq., at Ackerman
Fox, LLP.  At the time of the filing, the Debtor estimated its
assets and liabilities at $1 million to $10 million.


MI ARBOLITO: Cal. App. Affirms $2.7MM Judgment vs. PCMFI
--------------------------------------------------------
Brewer Corporation, Brady Company/San Diego, Inc., Dynalectric
Company and Division 8, Inc., (collectively the Brewer creditors)
obtained a judgment against defendant Point Center Financial, Inc.,
in the amount of $2,788,416.06.  In subsequent proceedings to
enforce the judgment, the trial court granted the creditors' motion
to impose liability on third party Point Center Mortgage Fund I,
LLC, and awarded attorney fees and costs incurred in pursuing the
motion.  PCMFI appeals that order, contending that because it was
not properly served with the notice of levy, the order is void.
PCMFI asserts alternatively that the court erred in finding it did
not have good cause under Code of Civil Procedure section 701.0101
to fail to comply with the levy.

This case arises from the development of a condominium project, Mi
Arbolito, near the north end of Balboa Park in San Diego,
California. The plaintiffs/creditors are contractors who provided
material and work on the project but were not paid in full. As a
result, the Brewer creditors sued both the developer, Mi Arbolito,
LLC, and the construction lender, PCF. Mi Arbolito, LLC filed for
bankruptcy, but the Brewer creditors pursued their claims against
PCF and obtained the nearly $2.8 million judgment.

On July 7, 2015, the Brewer creditors filed a joint motion seeking
to impose liability against PCMFI under section 701.020 for its
willful violation of the April 26, 2012 and May 2, 2012 notices of
levies. PCMFI opposed the motion by asserting it was not properly
served with the notices of levies and writs of execution because
the process server did not personally serve Harkey, who was its
designated agent for service of process.

On August 17, 2015, the trial court granted the motion and issued
an order finding that PCMFI "willfully refused to comply with the
lawful Notices of Levy" and that PCMFI failed to show good cause
for its noncompliance. The court further found that PCMFI's knowing
and willful refusal to comply with the levies was sufficient to
impose liability and to award attorney fees and costs against
PCMFI. The order states that each Brewer creditor is to "have
judgment against PCMFI" in specified amounts of liability:
$1,560,305.77 to Brady; $920,110.55 to Dynalectric; $401,164.11 to
Division 8; and $168,885 to Brewer. The court's order also retained
jurisdiction to award attorney fees and costs to the Brewer
creditors, in an amount according to proof, for time spent
litigating the motion.

The Court of Appeals of California, Fourth District, Division One,
affirmed the Order of the trial court.

The case is captioned BREWER CORPORATION et al., Plaintiffs and
Respondents, v. POINT CENTER MORTGAGE FUND I, LLC, Defendant and
Appellant, No. D068863 (Cal. App.).

A full-text copy of the decision dated September 21, 2016 is
available at https://is.gd/4HId2t from Leagle.com.

Law Offices of Jeffrey S. Benice and Jeffrey S. Benice, Esq. --
JSB@JeffreyBenice.com for Defendant and Appellant.

Niddrie Adams Fuller and David A. Niddrie, Esq. --
dniddrie@appealfirm.com for Plaintiffs and Respondents.


MICHAEL ROBERT WIGLEY: BAP Affirms Plan Confirmation Order
----------------------------------------------------------
The United States Bankruptcy Appellate Panel for the Eighth Circuit
dismissed the appeal captioned Interested party-Appellant, v.
Michael Robert Wigley, Debtor-Appellee, Lariat Companies, Inc.,
Creditor-Appellee, No. 16-6009, in relation to bankruptcy case In
re: Michael Robert Wigley, Debtor, based on Barbara Wigley's lack
of standing, and affirmed the decisions of the bankruptcy court to
the extent Barbara Wigley has standing.

Barbara Wigley appeals from the bankruptcy court's: (1) November
18, 2015 order denying confirmation of Debtor Robert Wigley's
second modified Chapter 11 plan, establishing deadlines for the
Debtor to file a modified plan, and obtain confirmation of it, and
denying Lariat Companies, Inc.'s request to dismiss the Debtor's
Chapter 11 case or to convert the case to Chapter 7; (2) February
18, 2016 order confirming the Debtor's fourth modified Chapter 11
plan; and (3) order granting relief from the automatic stay to
allow Lariat to exercise its rights and remedies against Barbara
Wigley in state court litigation.

The threshold issue is whether Barbara Wigley has standing to bring
this appeal.  The court held that that she does not. To the extent
that Barbara Wigley has standing to bring this appeal, the court
addressed the two remaining issues on appeal, whether the
bankruptcy court erred when it: (1) denied approval of a settlement
in the Debtor's Chapter 11 plan, resulting in the denial of
confirmation of the plan and confirmation of a later plan with a
provision stating that the Debtor would not pursue any avoidance
actions against his wife; and (2) entered the stay relief order.
The BAP found no error by the bankruptcy court.

A full-text copy of the Opinion dated September 21, 2016 is
available at https://is.gd/luTMWk from Leagle.com.

Kurt Anderson, Esq. for Creditor-Appellant.

Thomas Gregory Wallrich, Esq. for Debtor-Appellee.

Mychal A. Bruggeman, Esq. -- Mychal@mantylaw.com -- Manty &
Associates, P.A. for Interested party-Appellee.

Jacqueline J. Williams, Esq. -- JWilliams@mantylaw.com -- Manty &
Associates, P.A. for Interested party-Appellee.

Joel David Nesset, Esq. -- jnesset@cozen.com --  Cozen O'Connor for
Debtor-Appellee.


MILLER AUTO: Unsecureds to Get 56%-86% Recovery Under the Plan
--------------------------------------------------------------
Miller Auto Parts & Supply Company, Inc., and its debtor
affiliates, together with the Official Committee of Unsecured
Creditors, filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern
District of Georgia a Joint Plan of Liquidation, proposing a
56%-86% recovery for allowed unsecured claims.

The Debtors estimated an aggregate amount of $2.7 million for Class
6 Allowed Unsecured Claims.  Each Class 6 holder will receive a pro
rata share of distribution from the Liquidating Trust.

A creditor trustee will be created on the plan effective date to
take over the distribution of sale proceeds to eligible claims.
MEMA Financial Services Group, Inc., will be designated as creditor
trustee.

A full-text copy of the Disclosure Statement dated Sept. 16, 2016
is available at http://bankrupt.com/misc/ganb14-68113-478.pdf

The Debtors are represented by:

          J. Robert Williamson, Esq.
          Ashley R. Ray, Esq.
          Matthew W. Levin, Esq.
          Scroggins & Williamson, P.C.
          One Riverside
          4401 Northside Parkway
          Suite 450
          Atlanta, GA 30327
          Tel No: (404) 893-3880
          Fax No: (404) 893-3886
          E-mail: rwilliamson@swlawfirm.com
                  aray@swlawfirm.com
                  mlevin@swlawfirm.com

The Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors are represented by:

          KANE RUSSELL COLEMAN & LOGAN PC
          JOSEPH M. COLEMAN, Esq.
          JASON B. BINFORD, Esq.
          3700 Thanksgiving Tower
          1600 Elm Street
          Dallas, TX 75201
          Tel No: (214) 777-4200
          Fax No: (214) 777-4299
          E-mail: jcoleman@krcl.com
                 jbinford@krcl.com

                -- and --

          LAW OFFICES OF HENRY F. SEWELL, JR. LLC
          Henry F. Sewell
          Georgia Bar No. 636265
          3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 200
          Atlanta, Georgia 30326-1420
          Tel No: (404) 926-0053
          Fax No: (404) 822-1785
          E-mail: hsewell@sewellfirm.com

                 About Miller Auto Parts

Miller Auto Parts & Supply Company, Inc., and its affiliates are
distributors of automotive parts and service equipment.  The
companies operate from the Johnson Industries Inc.'s headquarters
in Atlanta, Georgia and have distribution operations in the
southeast, northeast and on-line.  The Southeastern distribution
center is located in Norcross, Georgia and supports nine satellite
centers across the state and supplies parts to key fleet customers
across the country.

Miller Auto Parts and its three subsidiaries sought Chapter 11
bankruptcy protection (Bankr. N.D. Ga.) on Sept. 15, 2014.  The
Debtors have sought joint administration under Lead Case No.
14-68113. The cases are assigned to Judge Mary Grace Diehl.

The Debtors have tapped Scroggins & Williamson, P.C., as its
general bankruptcy counsel; McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC as special
counsel as special counsel for corporate matters; GGG Partners, LLC
as financial advisors; McKonly & Asbury LLP as accountants; and
Logan & Co. as claims and noticing agent.

The U.S. Trustee for Region 21 appointed three creditors of Miller
Auto Parts & Supply Company Inc. to serve on the official committee
of unsecured creditors.  The Committee selected Kane Russell
Coleman & Logan as its primary bankruptcy counsel and McKenna, Long
& Aldridge, LLP, as its local counsel.


MIMM CONDOMINIUM: Hires David Softness as General Counsel
---------------------------------------------------------
MIMM Condominium Association, Inc., seeks authorization from the
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Florida to
employ the law firm of David R. Softness, P.A., as general counsel,
nunc pro tunc  to the September 9, 2016 petition date.

The Debtor requires David Softness to:

     (a) advise the Debtor with respect to their powers and duties
as debtor in possession in the continued management and operation
of their business and properties;

     (b) attend meetings and negotiate with the representatives of
the creditors and other parties in interest;

     (c) take all necessary action to protect and preserve the
Debtor's estates, including: the prosecution of actions on the
Debtor's behalf; the defense of any action commenced against the
Debtor; negotiations concerning all litigation in which the Debtor
is involved; and objections to claims filed against the estates;

     (d) prepare on behalf of the Debtor: all motions, answers,
orders, reports, and papers necessary to the administration of the
estates;

     (e) negotiate and prepare, on the Debtor's behalf, a plan of
reorganization, disclosure statement, and all related agreements
and/or documents, and take any necessary action on behalf of the
Debtors to obtain confirmation of such plan;

     (f) represent the Debtor in connection with obtaining
post-petition loans;

     (g) advise the Debtor in connection with any potential sale of
assets;

     (h) appear before the Court, any appellate courts, and the
United States Trustee, and protect the interests of the Debtor's
estates before such Courts and the United States Trustee; and,

     (i) perform all other necessary legal services and provide all
other necessary legal advice to the Debtor in connection with the
chapter 11 cases.

David Softness will be paid at an hourly rate of $550 and will be
reimbursed for reasonable out-of-pocket expenses incurred.

The compensation paid to David Softness within one year before the
filing of the petition in bankruptcy, or agreed to be paid to David
Softness, for services rendered or to be rendered on behalf of the
Debtor in connection with the bankruptcy case is as follows:
     
     -- David Softness have received $0.00 for pre-petition
services.

     -- For legal services, David Softness have agreed to accept a
retainer of $ 25,000.00.

     -- Prior to the filing of the statement, David Softness have
received the retainer of $ 25,000.00.

     -- There is no balance due (on the retainer).

     -- $1,717.00 of the filing fee has been paid by David Softness
-- pending reimbursement.

     -- The source of compensation paid to David Softness was the
Debtor.

     -- The source of compensation to be paid to David Softness is
the Debtor.

     -- David Softness have not agreed to share the above-disclosed
compensation with any other person unless they are members or
associates of David Softness's law firm.

David R. Softness, President of David R. Softness, P.A., assured
the Court that the firm is a "disinterested person" as the term is
defined in Section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code and does not
represent any interest adverse to the Debtors and their estates.

David R. Softness can be reached at:

         David R. Softness, Esq.
         DAVID R. SOFTNESS P.A.
         201 South Biscayne Boulevard, Suite 2740
         Miami, FL 33131
         Tel: 305-341-3111
         Email: david@softnesslaw.com

             About MIMM Condominium

MIMM Condominium Association, Inc. filed a chapter 11 petition
(Bankr. S.D. Fla. Case No. 16-22347) on Sept. 7, 2016. The petition
was signed by Serdar Bozkurt. The Debtor is represented by David R.
Softness, Esq., at David R. Softness, P.A. The case is assigned to
Jay A. Cristol. The Debtor estimated assets at $0 to $50,000 and
liabilities at $1 million to $10 million at the time of the filing.


MYERS INDUSTRIES: Egan-Jones Cuts Sr. Unsec. Ratings to BB+
-----------------------------------------------------------
Egan-Jones Ratings Company downgraded on Aug. 29, 2016, the senior
unsecured ratings on debt issued by Myers Industries Inc. to BB+
from BBB-.



NATIONAL MEDICAL: Claims vs. US Bank, Lyon, Entitled to Jury Trial
-------------------------------------------------------------------
In the case captioned NATIONAL MEDICAL IMAGING, LLC et al.,
Plaintiffs, v. DVI RECEIVABLES XIV, LLC, et al., Defendants,
Miscellaneous Action Nos. 15-mc-146, 15-mc-147 (E.D. Pa.), Judge
Cynthia M. Rufe of the United States District Court for the Eastern
District of Pennsylvania granted the plaintiffs' motions to
withdraw references from the bankruptcy court with respect to the
plaintiffs' claims for damages under 11 U.S.C. section 303(i)(2).

Plaintiffs National Medical Imaging, LLC, and National Medical
Imaging Holding Company, LLC, have filed adversary proceedings in
the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of
Pennsylvania against U.S. Bank, Lyon Financial Services, Jane Fox,
Director of Operations for Lyon, Ashland Funding, DVI Funding, DVI
Receivables XIV, DVI Receivables XVI, DVI Receivables XVII, DVI
Receivables XVIII, and DVI Receivables XIX.  The plaintiffs sought
damages and attorneys' fees under 11 U.S.C. section 303(i)(1), 11
U.S.C. section 303(i)(2), and Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure
9011 for the filing of involuntary bankruptcy petitions against the
plaintiffs.

The plaintiffs moved to withdraw the references from the bankruptcy
court with respect to the plaintiffs' claims for damages under
section 303(i)(2).

The plaintiffs argued that there is cause to withdraw the
references from the bankruptcy court for two reasons.  First, the
plaintiffs contended that they have a right to a jury trial on
their claims for damages under section 303(i)(2).  Second, the
plaintiffs contended that the bankruptcy court lacks the authority
under Article III of the United States Constitution to render final
judgment on their section 303(i)(2) claims.

The defendants contended that there is no cause to withdraw the
references because the bankruptcy court has authority to adjudicate
the claims, and because the plaintiffs have waived their right to a
jury trial under a Settlement Agreement entered on August 12, 2005,
which caused the dismissal of the involuntary bankruptcy petitions,
and the Guaranty executed pursuant to the Settlement Agreement.
Even without a jury trial waiver, the defendants argued, the
plaintiffs have no Seventh Amendment right to a trial by jury on
these claims.

The 2005 Settlement Agreement contains a jury waiver provision.
The plaintiffs did not contest the validity of the waiver
provisions, and argued only that their scope does not reach the
plaintiffs' section 303(i)(2) claims for the defendants' alleged
filing of involuntary bankruptcy petitions against the plaintiffs
in bad faith.

Judge Rufe found that an action for damages based on the
defendants' attempt to collect the debt owed pursuant to the
Settlement Agreement and Guaranty through involuntary bankruptcy is
at least indirectly "based upon or arising out of" the Settlement
Agreement and Guaranty.  Further, the judge found that the
plaintiffs' claims also arose out of injuries from the defendants'
strategy to enforce the Settlement Agreement and the Guaranty, and
thus fall within the scope of the jury trial waivers.  

Judge Rufe found, however, that the defendants Ashland Funding, DVI
Funding, and DVI Receivables XIV, XVI, XVII, XVIII, and XIX were
not parties to the Settlement Agreement, and the Guaranty was not
executed in favor of these defendants.  Judge Rufe thus concluded
that these defendants may not invoke either jury trial waiver, and
thus the plaintiffs have not waived their right to a jury trial as
to the defendants Ashland Funding, DVI Funding, and DVI Receivables
XIV, XVI, XVII, XVIII, and XIX.

Because the plaintiffs have a Seventh Amendment right to a jury
trial on their section 303(i)(2) claims against Ashland Funding,
DVI Funding, and DVI Receivables XIV, XVI, XVII, XVIII, and XIX,
and in the interest of judicial economy and "fostering the
economical use of the debtors' and creditors' resources," Judge
Rufe held that there is cause to withdraw the references from the
bankruptcy court as to all the defendants on the plaintiffs'
section 303(i)(2) claims.

"It makes sense for there to be only one trial on Plaintiffs'
claims, in which the Court will decide the claims as to Lyon, Fox,
and U.S. Bank, and a jury will decide the claims against the
remaining Defendants," the judge said.

A full-text copy of Judge Rufe's August 31, 2016 memorandum opinion
is available at https://is.gd/pMTNEb from Leagle.com.

NATIONAL MEDICAL IMAGING, LLC, NATIONAL MEDICAL IMAGING HOLDINGS
COMPANY, INC. are represented by:

          Steven M. Coren, Esq.
          David M. Devito, Esq.
          KAUFMAN COREN & RESS PC
          Two Commerce Square, Suite 3900
          2001 Market Street
          Philadelphia, PA 19103
          Tel: (215)735-8700
          Fax: (215)735-5170
          Email: scoren@kcr-law.com
                 ddevito@kcr-law.com

DVI RECEIVABLES XIV, LLC, DVI RECEIVABLES XVI, LLC, DVI RECEIVABLES
XVII, LLC, DVI RECEIVABLES XVIII, LLC, DVI FUNDING, LLC, JANE FOX,
LYON FINANCIAL SERVICES, INC., U.S. BANK, N.A., are represented by

          Peter H. Levitt, Esq.
          SHUTTS & BOWEN
          200 South Biscayne Boulevard, Suite 4100
          Miami, FL 33131
          Tel: (305)358-6300
          Fax: (305)381-9982
          Email: plevitt@shutts.com

            -- and --

          Steven J. Adams
          STEVENS & LEE
          111 North Sixth Street
          Reading, PA 19601
          Tel: (610)478-2000
          Fax: (610)376-5610
          Email: sja@stevenslee.com

ASHLAND FUNDING, LLC is represented by:

          Amy E. Vulpio, Esq.
          WHITE AND WILLIAMS
          1650 Market Street
          One Liberty Place, Suite 1800
          Philadelphia, PA 19103-7395
          Tel: (215)864-7000
          Fax: (215)864-7123
          Email: vulpioa@whiteandwilliams.com

                      About National Medical

National Medical Imaging Holding Company, L.L.C., was a diagnostic
imaging company.

DVI Receivables Trusts and other alleged creditors filed
involuntary chapter 11 petitions (Bankr. E.D. Pa. Case Nos. 05-
12714 and 05-12719) against Philadelphia, Pa.-based National
Medical Imaging, L.L.C., and National Medical Imaging Holding
Company, L.L.C., on March 3, 2005.  The Creditors amended the
involuntary petitions three times: on Nov. 10, 2008; April 10,
2009; and on Aug. 26, 2009, following a contested hearing.

In 2014, National Medical Imaging hit U.S. Bank NA with a $50
million lawsuit in Pennsylvania federal court alleging the bank
ruined its business by forcing it into involuntary bankruptcy
proceedings just as it was beginning to implement a turnaround
plan.  The company claims that the involuntary bankruptcy petitions
U.S. Bank and eight other defendants filed against NMI and its
holding company ultimately destroyed its business, even though the
cases were ultimately tossed.


NEW FOAM: Plan Confirmation Hearing Set for Nov. 16
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John K. Olson of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the
Southern District of Florida will hold a hearing to consider
confirmation of New Foam Design Inc.'s Chapter 11 Plan of
Reorganization on November 1, 2016, at 10:30 a.m., United States
Bankruptcy Court, 299 East Broward Boulevard, Courtroom 301, in Ft.
Lauderdale, Florida 33301.

Oct. 18, 2016 is the last day for (i) filing and serving objections
to confirmation of the Plan and (ii) the last day for filing a
ballot accepting or rejecting the plan.

The last day for filing and serving objections to claims is on
September 22, 2016.

The amended disclosure statement explaining the Debtor's Chapter 11
Plan of Reorganization was approved on September 19, 2016.

                         About New Foam

New Foam Design, Inc., sought bankruptcy protection (Bankr. S.D.
Fla. Case No. 15-15386) on March 25, 2015.  The Debtor is a
for-profit Florida corporation that fabricates custom architectural
foam shapes for use in commercial and residential applications.
Chad T. Van Horn, Esq., at VAN HORN LAW GROUP, P.A., represents the
Debtor.


NIKHIL BABU: Disclosures OK'd; Plan Confirmation Hearing on Nov. 2
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The Hon. Nancy Hershey Lord of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Eastern District of New York has approved the second amended
disclosure statement pertaining to secured creditor 399 Broadway
Holdings, LLC's second amended liquidating plan for Nikhil Babu.

Hearing to consider the confirmation of the Plan is scheduled for
Nov. 2, 2016, at 11:00 a.m.

Solicitation of acceptances and rejections of the Plan will be set
in a further order after the hearing to consider the sale of the
Debtor's property currently scheduled for Sept. 22, 2016, at 10:30
a.m.

Nikhil Babu filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection (Bankr.
E.D.N.Y. Case No. 14-45647) on Nov. 5, 2014.


NJOY INC: Appoints UpShot Services as Claims & Noticing Agent
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NJOY, Inc., filed an application with the Bankruptcy Court for the
appointment of UpShot Services, LLC as its claims and noticing
agent, nunc pro tunc to Aug. 12, 2016, in connection with, among
other things, the distribution of notices and the administration,
maintenance, processing, and docketing of proofs of claim filed in
its Chapter 11 case.

In view of the number of anticipated claimants and the complexity
of its business, the Debtor believes that the appointment of Upshot
is both necessary and in the best interest of itself and its
creditors.

UpShot's rates for professional services are as follows:

              Clerical               $25-$35/hour
              Case Assistant         $55-$65/hour
              IT Manager             $75-$85/hour
              Case Consultant        $95-$105/hour
              Case Director          $125-$135/hour

The Debtor requests that the undisputed fees and expenses incurred
by UpShot in the performance of the services be treated as
administrative expenses of its estate and be paid in the ordinary
course of business without further application to or order of the
Court.

Pursuant to the Services Agreement dated as of Sept. 16, 2016, the
Debtor agrees to pay UpShot a retainer in the amount of $3,000
which may be held by UpShot as security for the Company's payment
obligations.

To the best of the Debtor's knowledge, UpShot is a "disinterested
person" within the meaning of Section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy
Code, and (b) does not hold or represent an interest materially
adverse to the Debtor's estate.

                         About NJOY

Headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, NJOY sells e-cigarettes and
vaping products to wholesalers, distributors and retailers.  The
Company was the first major ENDS company to offer products across
all form factors: disposable and rechargeable cigalikes, open
system e-liquids and vaping devices, and advanced closed system
e-liquids.  The Debtor has no in-house manufacturing capabilities.
Its hardware is sourced from two major suppliers in China.  The
Debtor sources e-liquids from facilities based in the United
States.  As of Sept. 9, 2016, the Debtor had a total of 15
employees.

NJOY filed a voluntary petition under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy
Code (Bankr. D. Del. Case No. 16-12076) on Sept. 16, 2016.  The
case is assigned to Hon. Christopher S. Sontchi.

NJOY has hired Gellert Scali Busenkell & Brown, LLC as counsel,
Sierraconstellation Partners, LLC as financial advisor, Cohnreznick
Capital Markets Securities Investment LLC as investment banker and
UpShot Services LLC as notice and claims agent.


NJOY INC: Hires Cohnreznick Capital as Investment Banker
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NJOY, Inc. seeks authority from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Delaware to employ Cohnreznick Capital Market
Securities LLC as its investment banker, nunc pro tunc to the
Petition Date.  Jeffrey R. Manning, CTP, managing director, will
lead the engagement.

CRCMS will assume the role provided by Barclays Capital, Inc., who
has been providing the Debtor on strategic and restructuring
initiatives over the past nine months preceding the Petition Date.


Subject to the Bankruptcy Court's approval and consistent with the
engagement letter dated Sept. 16, 2016, CRCMS will:

   (a) evaluate the business, operations and financial position of
  
       the Debtor;

   (b) assist the preparation of materials, including business,   
       financial information, and descriptive memoranda, to be
       provided to potential bidders, prepare the Debtor for the  

       marketing process, and contact prospective bidders;

   (c) assist the Debtor in establishing criteria for potential
       bidders, identify, screen, contact, and rank prospective
       bidders, and evaluate proposals received from potential
       bidders;

   (d) counsel the Debtor on negotiations with bidders and their
       advisors;

   (e) direct and coordinate the due diligence process;

   (f) provide timely reporting to the Debtor and other
       stakeholders on the status and progress of the above;

   (g) assist the Debtor and its other advisors through the
       closing process; and

   (h) advise the Debtor on other matters that may arrive from
       time to time during the Agreement.

CRCMS will be compensated as follows:

Retainer Fee:

For the services described above, prior to any bankruptcy filing
the Company will pay CRCMS a retainer of $100,000, with $50,000
payable upon the execution of the Agreement and $50,000 payable on
or about Oct. 17, 2016, subject to approval of the Bankruptcy
Court.  The Retainer Fee is non-refundable and earned upon the
execution of the Agreement.

Progress Payment:

In the event a stalking horse bidder is established by the
Bankruptcy Court, then CRCMS will earn a progress payment of
$100,000, subject to Court review and approval.

Transaction Fee:

In the event that the Debtor enters into one or more definitive
agreements or transactions pursuant to which a majority of the
Debtor's assets is to be transferred for consideration, then the
Debtor will pay to CRCMS, upon the Debtor's receipt of cash
proceeds from the sales, as consideration for its services, a
transaction fee equal to an amount determined as follows:

    (i) if the aggregate amount of cash proceeds received by the
        Debtor from the sales for permanent application to the
        Revolving Obligations is less than the amount equal to (X)

        the Revolving Obligations (as defined in the Ratification

        Agreement approved by the United States Bankruptcy Court
        for the District of Delaware in connection with the case
        commenced by the Debtor under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy

        Code), plus (Y) $300,000, then the Transaction Fee will be

        the greater of $200,000 or 3.0 percent (300 basis points)
        of the aggregate cash proceeds of the sales received by
        the Debtor; or

   (ii) if the aggregate amount of cash proceeds received by the
        Debtor from the sales for permanent application to the
        Revolving Obligations is equal to or greater than the
        amount equal to (X) the Revolving Obligations, plus (Y)
        $300,000, then the Transaction Fee will be the greater of
        $300,000 or 3.0 percent (300 basis points) of the
        aggregate cash proceeds of the sales received by the
        Debtor.

Credit Bid:

If the majority of the Debtor's assets are sold to one or more
holders of debt secured by the assets of the Company in connection
with a credit bid by those secured creditors, then CRCMS will earn
a fee to be paid by those successful bidders equal to the $300,000,
plus 3.0% of cash raised relating to the Credit Bid to cover
administrative and other expenses.  In addition to any fees payable
to CRCMS, the Debtor will reimburse CRCMS for all of its actual,
reasonable and documented out-of-pocket expenses as they are
incurred in entering into and performing services under the
Engagement Letter.

As part of the overall compensation payable to CRCMS under the
terms of the Engagement Letter, the Debtor has agreed to indemnify
and hold harmless CRCMS from and against all claims, direct
damages, losses and actual out-of-pocket expenses, including court
costs and reasonable attorneys' fees and, at CRCMS's option, will
defend CRCMS against any claim, due to CRCMS's provision of
services under the agreement other than claims arising from CRCMS's
own gross negligence, bad faith, or willful misconduct.

To the best of the Debtor's knowledge, CRCMS: (a) is a
"disinterested person" within the meaning of Section 101(14) of the
Bankruptcy Code; (b) does not hold or represent an interest
materially adverse to the Debtor's estate; and (c) has no
connection to the Debtor, its creditors, or related parties.

"The Debtor submits that the retention of CRCMS is in the best
interests of all parties in interest in this chapter 11 case.
CRCMS is a preeminent investment banking firm that is intimately
familiar with the Debtor's business.  Denial of the relief
requested herein will deprive the Debtor of the assistance of
uniquely qualified investment banking professionals from the onset
of the case," said Michael Busenkell, Esq., at Gellert Scali
Busenkell & Brown, LLC, one of the Debtor's attorneys.

                        About NJOY

Headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, NJOY sells e-cigarettes and
vaping products to wholesalers, distributors and retailers.  The
Company was the first major ENDS company to offer products across
all form factors: disposable and rechargeable cigalikes, open
system e-liquids and vaping devices, and advanced closed system
e-liquids.  The Debtor has no in-house manufacturing capabilities.
Its hardware is sourced from two major suppliers in China.  The
Debtor sources e-liquids from facilities based in the United
States.  As of Sept. 9, 2016, the Debtor had a total of 15
employees.

NJOY filed a voluntary petition under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy
Code (Bankr. D. Del. Case No. 16-12076) on Sept. 16, 2016.  The
case is assigned to Hon. Christopher S. Sontchi.

NJOY has hired Gellert Scali Busenkell & Brown, LLC as counsel,
Sierraconstellation Partners, LLC as financial advisor, Cohnreznick
Capital Markets Securities Investment LLC as investment banker and
UpShot Services LLC as notice and claims agent.


NORMAN EDWARD McMAHON: Amended Chapter 11 Plan Filed
----------------------------------------------------
Norman Edward McMahon filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Eastern District of Pennsylvania a disclosure statement in
reference to his amended plan of reorganization.

The Debtor's Amended Plan of Reorganization contains eight classes.


Class 1 is all priority Claims.

Classes Two through Six are classes which each contain a separate
secured claim, namely the respective secured claims of NCM; Wells
Fargo Home Mortgage; ESSA; US Bank, as Custodian for PFS Financial
I, LLC; Benjamin A. Burrows and Green, Silverstein & Groff, LLC.
Class 7 is the priority portion of the claim of the Pennsylvania
Department of Revenue.  Class 8 is the residual class of unsecured
creditors.

Class 1 is unimpaired by this Plan, and each holder of a Class 1
Priority Claim will be paid in full, in cash, upon the later of the
effective date of this Plan as defined in Article VII, or the date
on which such claim is allowed by a final non-appealable order.

Class 2 is Impaired.  The Debtor will extend the date of maturity
of the obligation in exchange for additional amounts of the
obligation.

Class 3 is Impaired.  The Debtor will pay off in full with proceeds
of sale of the Home.

Class 4 is Impaired.  The Debtor will pay off in full as allowed
with proceeds of sale of the Home.

Class 5 is Impaired and will be paid in full from proceeds of sale
of business property.

Class 6 is Impaired.  The Debtor will avoid liens on properties to
be sold, pay off remaining secured portion of claims, and unsecured
portions will be paid the same as unsecured claims, i.e., 25 % o
the claim.

Class 7 is Impaired.  The Debtor will pay the Claim in full on
effective date from proceeds from operation of business.  

Class 8 will be paid 25% on effective date from proceeds from
operation of business.

A copy of the Disclosure Statement is available at:

          http://bankrupt.com/misc/paeb16-11874-0084.pdf

The Disclosure Statement also recounts that the the Debtor
successfully moved to extend the automatic stay in this case beyond
the 30-day period due to a prior dismissed case within the past
year, per the Court's Order of April 22, 2016.  Mr. McMahon was
formerly a debtor in a Chapter 13 case.

On April 21, 2016, the Court signed an Order establishing June 1,
2016, as the Bar Date for the filing of all but governmental
claims, for which the Bar Date is statutorily established as
September 14, 2016.

Only 10 claim have been filed, all of which are secured except for
two small unsecured claims totaling less than $2000 and a
late-filed, disputed claim of the Debtor's counsel in his first
case of about $20,000. It is not anticipated that any additional
governmental claims will be filed in addition to a small state tax
claim totaling about $3700.

On June 21, 2016, the United States Trustee filed a motion to
dismiss this case, principally because requisite Reports were not
filed.  On July 2, 2016, the Debtor filed his Initial Response to
this Motion. A hearing was initially scheduled on the Motion on
August 3, 2016, but it has been continued until September 28, 2016.


On June 22, 2016, the Debtor filed a Motion Seeking Permission to
Enter into a Note Modification Agreement with his largest creditor,
NCM.  Basically, this Agreement would extend the maturity of the
Debtor's loan from NCM for a year, until May 5, 2017, in
consideration for an addition of approximately $75,000 to the loan
balance. An untimely Objection to this Motion (and to confirmation
of the Plan) was filed by ESSA on July 20.  The Motion was also
initially scheduled for a hearing on August 3.  The Debtor
initially requested a continuance of this hearing until August 31.
ESSA withdrew its Objection to the Motion on August 9.

On August 24, 2016, both ESSA and NCM filed motions seeking relief
from the automatic stay to foreclose on their respective mortgage.
On August 30, the Debtor filed a Motion for permission to sell the
Business Property for $175,000 and to appoint B. John Duffy of
Duffy Real Estate, Inc. to sell the Home. A hearing on the sale
motion is scheduled on September 28, 2016, along with motions to
avoid judicial liens obtained against the Home and the Business
Property held by Benjamin A. Burrows and Green, Silverstein and
Groff, LLC, in order to facilitate the planned sales of the Home
and the Business Property.

On September 9, 2016, the Debtor filed an Amended Chapter 11 Plan,
and the Amended Disclosure Statement, scheduling the Disclosure
Statement and plan confirmation process for a hearing on October
5.

Norman Edward McMahon filed a Chapter 13 bankruptcy petition
(Bankr. E.D. Penn. Case No. 16-11874) on March 18, 2016.  The case
was later converted to Chapter 11.  The Debtor is the owner and
president of Payall Solutions, LLC, a payroll processing firm.
The
Debtor is represented by David A. Scholl, Esq., in Philadelphia,
PA.


NORTHERN BEEF: Ch. 11 Professionals Won't Be Paid from Trustee Fund
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In the case captioned In re: NORTHERN BEEF PACKERS LIMITED
PARTNERSHIP Tax ID/EIN 26-2530200, Chapter 7, Debtor, Bankr. No.
13-10118 (Bankr. D.S.D.), Judge Charles L. Nail, Jr., of the United
States Bankruptcy Court for the District of South Dakota rendered a
decision on the final fee applications filed by Cozen O'Connor and
Bantz, Gosch & Cremer, L.L.C., counsel for the debtor Northern Beef
Packers Limited Partnership, and the payment of certain chapter 11
fees to Robbins, Salomon & Patt, Ltd., and Dougherty & Dougherty,
LLP, counsel for the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors,
that were previously awarded but not authorized to be paid.

Judge Nail held that the chapter 11 professionals will not be
awarded or paid from the funds held by the trustee, Forrest C.
Allred, any additional fees for services rendered and expenses
incurred through April 5, 2014.

By the Court's calculations, Cozen O'Connor and Bantz, Gosch still
have $61,469.56 in fees that may be paid from the professional fee
carve-out.  To the extent court-approval of these fees is necessary
before the carve-out funds are released, the firms will be awarded
pre-April 6, 2014 fees of $61,469.56.  This sum shall be paid only
from the professional fee carve-out and should be allocated between
the two firms pro rata based on their total fees sought through
April 5, 2014.

Judge Nail also awarded Cozen O'Connor $156,217.08 for services
necessary to the administration of the estate from April 6, 2014
through the conversion of the case on April 27, 2015 and attendant
expenses and sales tax, but excluding services related to the Scott
Olson Digging, Inc. litigation, and authorized the trustee, Forrest
C. Allred, to pay these fees from the funds he has on hand.

Judge Nail authorized Trustee Allred to pay Robbins, Salomon &
Patt, Ltd. $42,422.67 from funds on hand for the firm's previously
awarded fees for services rendered and expenses incurred as counsel
for the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors from April 6,
2014 to April 27, 2015.

Judge Nail also authorized Trustee Allred to pay Dougherty &
Dougherty, LLP $11,768.40 from funds on hand for the firm's
previously awarded fees for services rendered and expenses incurred
as counsel for the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors from
April 6, 2014 to April 27, 2015 and for preparing its final fee
application.

A full-text copy of Judge Nail's August 29, 2016 order is available
at https://is.gd/6SoV2F from Leagle.com.

Northern Beef Packers Limited Partnership is represented by:

          James M. Cremer, Esq.
          Thomas P. Kane, Esq.
          Joel D. Nesset, Esq.
          Steven H. Silton, Esq.
          Thomas G. Wallrich, Esq.
          COZEN O'CONNOR
          33 South 6th Street, Suite 4640
          Minneapolis, MN 55402
          Tel: (612)260-9000
          Fax: (612)260-9080
          Email: tkane@cozen.com
                 jnesset@cozen.com
                 ssilton@cozen.com
                 twallrich@cozen.com
                 twallrich@cozen.com

            -- and --

          Rory King, Esq.
          BANTZ, GOSCH & CREMER, LLC
          305 Sixth Avenue S.E.
          Aberdeen, SD 57401
          Tel: (605)225-2232
          Fax: (605)225-2497

Forrest C. Allred, Trustee, is represented by:

          Patrick T. Dougherty, Esq.
          DOUGHERTY & DOUGHERTY, LLP
          100 N. Phillips Avenue, Suite 705
          Sioux Falls, SD 57101-2376
          Tel: (605)335-8586
          Fax: (605)331-2519
          Email: pat@ptdlawfirm.com

            -- and --

          Steven R. Jakubowski, Esq.
          ROBBINS, SALOMON & PATT, LTD.
          180 N. LaSalle Street, Suite 3300
          Chicago, IL
          Tel: (312)782-9000
          Fax: (312)782-6690
          Email: sjakubowski@rsplaw.com

                   About Northern Beef Packers

Northern Beef Packers Limited Partnership, which operates a beef
processing facility that opened in October 2012, filed for Chapter
11 relief (Bankr. D.S.D. Case No. 13-10118) on July 19, 2013.
Karl Wagner signed the petition as chief financial officer.

Judge Charles L. Nail, Jr., presides over the case.  The Debtor
estimated assets of at least $50 million and debts of at least $10
million.  James M. Cremer, Esq., at Bantz, Gosch, & Cremer,
L.L.C., serves at the Debtor's counsel.  Steven H. Silton, Esq., at
Cozen O'Connor serves as co-counsel.  Lincoln Partners Advisors LLC
serves as financial advisors.

The U.S. Trustee has appointed five members to the Official
Committee of Unsecured Creditors in the case.  Robbins, Salomon &
Patt, Ltd. serves as it lead counsel.  Patrick T. Dougherty serves
as its local counsel.


OAK RIVER ASSET: Taps Coldwell Banker as Real Estate Broker
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Oak River Asset Management LLC seeks approval from the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California to hire a
real estate broker.

The Debtor proposes to hire Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
to market a residential property located at 119 Furlong Lane,
Bradbury, California.

In the event of a sale of the property, Coldwell Banker will be
paid a commission of 5% of the purchase price.  The listing price
for the property will be $9.995 million.

Colwell Banker may cooperate with and compensate other brokers
participating through the multiple listing services by offering
them 2.5% of the purchase price, which would be deducted from the
firm's commission.

Gary Lorenzini, a realtor of Coldwell Banker, disclosed in a court
filing that the firm is a "disinterested person" as defined in
section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code.

The firm may be reached at:

     Gary Lorenzini
     Realtor
     Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
     15 E Foothill Blvd
     Arcadia, CA 91006
     Direct Phone: (626) 688-1698
     Work Phone: (626) 688-1698
     Fax: 626.574.1561
     E-mail: glorenzini@coldwellbanker.com

The Debtor is represented by:

     David B. Golubchik, Esq.
     Eve H. Karasik, Esq.
     Jeffrey S. Kwong, Esq.
     Levene, Neale, Bender, Yoo & Brill LLP
     10250 Constellation Boulevard, Suite 1700
     Los Angeles, CA 90067
     Tel: (310) 229-1234
     Fax: (310) 229-1244
     Email: ehk@lnbyb.com
     Email: jsk@lnbyb.com
    
                        About Oak River

Oak River Asset Management LLC sought protection under Chapter 11
of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. C. D. Calif. Case No. 16-19233) on
July 12, 2016.  The petition was signed by Lawrence Perkins,
authorized agent.  

The case is assigned to Judge Deborah J. Saltzman.

At the time of the filing, the Debtor estimated its assets at $10
million to $50 million and debts at $500,000 to $1 million.


P & G FITTINGS: Seeks to Employs Francis Corbett as Counsel
-----------------------------------------------------------
P & G Fitting, Inc., seeks authorization from the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania to employ Francis E.
Corbett as counsel, nunc pro tunc to the September 9, 2016 petition
date.

The Debtor requires Francis Corbett to handle its pending
bankruptcy case.

Francis Corbett will be paid at the hourly rate of $250 and will be
reimbursed for reasonable out-of-pocket expenses incurred.

After the payment of the filing fee from a $4,000.00 deposit in
escrow, the Debtor had paid Francis Corbett a retainer of
$2,283.00.

Francis E. Corbett, an attorney employed by the Debtor, assured the
Court that he is a "disinterested person" as the term is defined in
Section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code and does not represent any
interest adverse to the Debtors and their estates.

Francis Corbett can be reached at:

         Francis E. Corbett, Esq.
         FRANCIS E. CORBETT
         1420 Grant Building, 310 Grant Street
         Pittsburgh, PA 15219
         Tel.: (412) 456-1882
         Email: fcorbett@fcorbettlaw.com

              About P & G Fittings

P & G Fittings, Inc., sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. W.D. Pa. Case No. 16-23033) on August 17,
2016.  The petition was signed by Paul Marshall, president.

The Debtor is represented by Francis E. Corbett, Esq.

At the time of the filing, the Debtor estimated assets and
liabilities of less than $50,000.


PAUL GREMILLION: Disclosures Okayed; Plan Hearing on Oct. 5
-----------------------------------------------------------
The Hon. Elizabeth W. Magner of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Eastern District of Louisiana has approved Paul Gremillion, Sr.'s
fourth amended disclosure statement dated Sept. 6, 2016, describing
the Debtor's fourth amended plan of reorganization.

A hearing will be held on Oct. 5, 2016, at 9:00 a.m. to consider
the confirmation of the Debtor's Plan.  Objections to the Plan must
be filed by Sept. 28, 2016.

Sept. 28 is also fixed as the last day for filing acceptances or
rejections of the Debtor's Plan.

Paul Gremillion, Sr., filed a voluntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy
petition (Bankr. E.D. La. Case No. 15-13063) on Nov. 24, 2015,
and is represented by John C. Anderson, Esq., at Anderson &
Daniels, LLC.


PERRY PETROLEUM: Martin's Pastry Resigns as Committee Member
------------------------------------------------------------
Andrew R. Vara, Acting U.S. Trustee for Region 3, on Sept. 22
removed Martin's Famous Pastry Shoppe, Inc., from the official
committee of unsecured creditors of Perry Petroleum Equipment Ltd.,
Inc.

Martin's resigned from the Committee on Sept. 16, 2016.

As reported by the Troubled Company Reporter on Aug. 16, 2016, the
U.S. Trustee appointed three creditors to serve on the Committee.

The committee members now include:

     (1) Tyson Hill Excavating, Inc.
         374 Deamer Lane
         Mifflintown, PA 17059

     (2) Ultracon Inc.
         19722 State Route 706
         Montrose, PA 18801
         Tel: (570) 278-3930
         Fax: (570) 278-9146

Official creditors' committees have the right to employ legal and
accounting professionals and financial advisors, at a debtor's
expense.  They may investigate the debtor's business and financial
affairs.  Importantly, official committees serve as fiduciaries to
the general population of creditors they represent.

          About Perry Petroleum Equipment Ltd., Inc.

Perry Petroleum Equipment Ltd., Inc., filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy
petition (Bankr. M.D. Penn. Case No. 16-02449) on June 9, 2016.
Hon. Mary D. France presides over the case.  Law Offices of
Lawrence G. Frank represents the Debtor as counsel.

In its petition, the Debtor listed $500,000 to $1 million in assets
and $1 million to $10 million in liabilities.  The petition was
signed by Brian D. Sheaffer, president.


PHOENIX SERVICES: S&P Affirms 'B' CCR, Outlook Stable
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S&P Global Ratings said it affirmed its 'B' corporate credit rating
on Kennett Square, Pa.-based Phoenix Services International LLC.
The outlook is stable.

At the same time, S&P affirmed its 'B+' issue-level rating on the
company's senior secured debt.  S&P's recovery rating on the term
loan remains '2', indicating its expectation for substantial (70%
to 90%; at the lower end of the range) recovery in the event of a
payment default.

"Our revision of Phoenix Services' financial risk profile is based
on our assumption that debt to EBITDA will be about 5x in 2016,"
said S&P Global Ratings credit analyst William Ferara.

Debt to EBITDA for the trailing 12 months ended June 30, 2016 and
at year-end 2015 were at or slightly above 5x.  S&P views Phoenix
Services' financial risk profile as highly leveraged consistent
with S&P's methodology for companies owned by financial sponsors
and based on our view that debt leverage is expected to be at or
above 5x.  For 2016, S&P also forecasts funds from operations (FFO)
to debt of about 10%-12% and EBITDA interest coverage of around
2x-2.25x.  Recent quarterly performance has improved slightly
because of favorable domestic demand trends and lower import
levels.  Trade case filings and determinations against China and
other steel exporting countries have caused hot-rolled coil spot
prices to increase to about $550 per ton currently from the $400
per ton in early 2016.  Although the recent rally in steel prices
has faded somewhat, S&P still expects steel prices to remain at
levels that will help sustain credit metrics in 2016, but to remain
volatile over the long term depending on continued global
overcapacity and end-market demand (especially construction and
auto).

S&P also revised its assessment of Phoenix Services' comparable
rating modifier to neutral from negative.  The company's size and
scope, which is smaller than that of industry leaders, and its sole
dependence on the steel sector are comparable to peer companies for
the 'b' anchor rating.  Also, the company's credit ratios are
within the range deemed adequate for the highly leveraged financial
risk profile.

The stable outlook reflects S&P's expectation that despite somewhat
volatile industry conditions Phoenix Services' business model will
support cash flow generation adequate for the rating over the next
12 months.  S&P expects the company to generate adjusted debt to
EBITDA of about 5x in 2016.  S&P also expects the company to
prudently manage growth and shareholder-friendly initiatives.


PINNACLE OPERATING: Moody's Lowers CFR to Caa1, Outlook Negative
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Moody's Investors Service downgraded Pinnacle Operating
Corporation's Corporate Family Rating to Caa1 from B3.  The
downgrade reflects the company's tight liquidity with lower
availability under the ABL revolver, caused by the reduced
inventory values due to lower fertilizer pricing.  In order to
address its near-term liquidity needs, Pinnacle has added
$75 million in unrated term loan debt, due Nov. 15, 2018, further
driving up its already high leverage.  The new debt is in the form
of a $50 million first lien delayed draw term loan and a $25
million 1½ lien delayed draw term loan.  Moody's expects that the
lower fertilizer pricing environment, combined with potential for
slower customer purchases, could reduce earnings such that it may
be insufficient to cover 2016 interest expense and free cash flows
could be negative.  In conjunction with the downgrade of the CFR,
Moody's also downgraded the Probability of Default rating (PDR) to
Caa1-PD from B3-PD and the ratings on the first lien term loan due
2018 to Caa1 from B3, as well as the second lien senior secured
notes due 2020 to Caa3 from Caa2.  Pinnacle also has a $435 million
ABL revolving credit facility due November 2017 that is unrated.
The outlook is negative.

Moody's took these actions:

Ratings downgraded:

Pinnacle Operating Corporation

  Corporate Family Rating -- to Caa1 from B3
  Probability of Default Rating -- to Caa1-PD from B3-PD
  $337 million first lien term loan B due November 15, 2018 to
   Caa1 (LGD3) from B3 (LGD3)
  $300 million 9% second lien senior secured notes due Nov. 15,
   2020 to Caa3 (LGD5) from Caa2 (LGD5)

Ratings outlook – Negative

                            RATINGS RATIONALE

Pinnacle's CFR downgrade to Caa1 results from the addition of $75
million in incremental term loan debt and weaker availability under
the ABL revolver due to low fertilizer pricing that has decreased
inventory values.  The added debt will increase the company's
elevated leverage to 13.5x from 12.7x as of June 30, 2016, on a
Moody's Adjusted basis, (or to 9.0x from 8.5x pro forma for
acquisitions and synergies).  Leverage has increased due to lower
earnings resulting from meaningfully reduced fertilizer pricing
that has compressed margins, as well as continued low crop pricing
and stressed farmer economics and delayed purchasing.  The
downgrade also reflects Moody's expectations that Pinnacle may not
be able to fully support its interest expense from earnings in
2016; interest coverage is currently tight at 1.0x as of June 30,
2016 on a Moody's Adjusted basis (1.5x pro forma for acquisitions
and synergies).  There is also uncertainty regarding earnings from
its acquired retail assets and agricultural supply centers, which
have a limited operational track record; in the second quarter of
2016, the company wrote down about $74 million in goodwill and
impairment due to the expectation for lower future profitability in
some of its previously acquired assets.

Pinnacle is subject to the vagaries and seasonality of the North
American agricultural market, which concentrates sales and
profitability in the June quarter each year, as well as creates
large demands on working capital and cash flow during the year,
especially during the end of the third quarter and beginning of the
fourth quarter.  The company's performance is subject to factors
beyond its control such as weather, fertilizer prices, and crop
prices, which can depress profitability for more than one season.
Because the company has some regional concentration, it has at
times experienced greater impacts from weather events, compared to
its larger and more geographically diverse competitors.  Wet
weather reduced demand in 2015 and low fertilizer and crop prices
in 2016 have reduced sales; lower prices are likely to continue to
negatively impact sales through 2017.

The company's rating is supported by Pinnacle's base of retail
stores and expanded regional footprint, which initially gained
critical mass from the acquisition of Jimmy Sanders, Inc. in 2012.
Sanders operations have historically benefited from better
fundamentals in the Southeastern US (crop diversity, fewer
droughts, etc.).  The company added another 21 acquisitions in 2014
and 15 acquisitions in 2015.  Pinnacle's sales have increased from
$402 million in 2009 to approximately $1.6 billion as of LTM June
30, 2016 due to its rapid growth through both levered acquisitions
and organic expansion.  The company's 2016 plans that include
reduced spending on growth and a focus on cost cutting, have not
offset the negative impact of weaker market fundamentals. While the
long-term fundamentals in the agricultural industry are favorable,
low fertilizer and crop prices are expected to continue to
adversely impact financial performance through 2017. Historically,
the agricultural distribution model has been a relatively stable
business with positive free cash flow generation and high single
digit EBITDA margins; however, aggressive debt-financed expansions
have stressed Pinnacle.

                           Liquidity

Pinnacle's weak liquidity reflects low cash balances and reduced
availability under its ABL revolver to support working capital.
While the company generated $24 million in retained cash flow (RCF)
in the LTM ending June 30, 2016, Moody's expects that free cash
flow in 2016 will be negative.

As of late September, Pinnacle has less than $80 million of
availability under its $435 million asset-based (ABL) revolver,
which matures in November 2017.  Due to low fertilizer pricing and
stressed agricultural markets, Pinnacle's ABL revolver is not fully
available to meet the seasonal liquidity needs of the company's
current level of retail distributors.  The company has also
indicated that it would pursue an extension of the maturity of the
revolver as it is nearing the date at which this obligation will
become current (in November 2016).  Due to the seasonality of
business, Pinnacle has high borrowing needs in early fall as well
as working capital uses in the first half of the year; the end of
the fourth quarter is typically when ABL borrowings decline.  As a
result of a decline in fertilizer pricing, and resulting lower
earnings generated from fertilizer sales, Moody's expects free cash
flow to be negative in 2016.  The ABL and term loan have provisions
for accordion features, subject to bank approval, that could be
used to finance further acquisitions.

Capital expenditure requirements are typically under $40 million
annually.  In 2016, acquisitions are not expected to be a
meaningful use of cash since the company will instead prioritize
operating efficiencies and cost reduction.  However, Pinnacle has a
relatively high cost of capital that results in over $70 million of
interest expense annually.  Pinnacle also has amortization payments
of 1% per annum on the first lien term loan.  The first lien term
loan agreement requires that excess cash flow be used to repay the
term loan, subject to a net first lien leverage test. The company
has no maintenance covenants.  All assets are encumbered by the
secured credit facilities and notes, leaving no alternative sources
of liquidity.

Pinnacle also utilizes third parties to finance trade receivables,
in support for customer credit programs, to fund its working
capital.  There was $70 million outstanding under its trade
receivables financing program, which accelerates cash collections
and reduces counterparty credit exposure.  Additionally, Pinnacle
participates in a third party financing agreement for customer
loans which had participations of $5.3 million as of June 30,
2016.

The negative outlook reflects Pinnacle's near-term liquidity
tightness, earnings challenges that are likely to be protracted,
and that the preponderance of earnings are realized in the second
quarter, thus it has limited ability to meaningfully improve
metrics over the rest of the year.  The outlook also assumes that
the agricultural industry will remain challenged through 2017.

Moody's would consider stabilizing the outlook if the company
improves its liquidity position, extends it revolver maturity, or
reduces debt.

Conversely, if the company has further deterioration in liquidity,
Moody's would downgrade the rating.  Additionally, if the company
fails to extend its ABL revolver maturity or if it does not realize
working capital improvements, the ratings could be downgraded.

The principal methodology used in these ratings was Global Chemical
Industry Rating Methodology published in December 2013.

Pinnacle Operating Corporation, formed in mid-2012 by the financial
sponsor, Apollo Global Management LLC, is an agricultural input
(seed, fertilizer, and crop protection chemicals) supply and
distribution business.  Pinnacle has an extensive network of over
175 retail locations and depots serving 28 states, but it is still
concentrated in the Southern United States.  Revenues were $1.6
billion for the twelve months ended June 30, 2016.


PINNACLE OPERATING: S&P Cuts CCR to CCC on Increased Liquidity Risk
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S&P Global Ratings lowered its corporate credit rating on
Colorado-based Pinnacle Operating Corp. to 'CCC' from 'CCC+'.  The
outlook is negative.

S&P is also revising the issue-level rating on the company's
first-lien debt to 'CCC' from 'CCC+.  The associated recovery
rating remains '4,' indicating S&P's expectation of average (upper
half of the 30%-50% range) recovery in the event of payment
default.  At the same time, S&P is lowering the issue-level rating
on the company's second-lien debt to 'CC' from 'CCC-.'  The
associated recovery rating remains '6,' indicating S&P's
expectation of negligible (0%-10%) recovery in the event of payment
default.

S&P believes that Pinnacle's liquidity position has deteriorated
from previously expected levels.  A further weakening of the
operating environment, including weaker-than-anticipated pricing,
has contributed to a weakening of liquidity.  As a result, S&P is
revising its liquidity assessment to less than adequate.  This,
combined with S&P's expectation that operating performance will be
slow to recover from a historically weak 2015, has resulted in the
downgrade of the company to 'CCC'.  Also, the rating outlook is now
negative.

The negative outlook reflects S&P's belief that there are added
refinancing risks associated with the company's debt maturity
profile, with the asset-based loan (ABL) coming due in November
2017, given the company's current liquidity needs and high
leverage.  Despite improvements from acquisition-related EBITDA,
S&P expects its adjusted credit metrics to be weak in 2016 due to
industry risks, including adverse pricing.  

"Although our expectations for 2016 include a full year of
contribution from the company's many acquisitions undertaken in
2015, we are not expecting fundamental improvement to the company's
core businesses because we believe that the operating environment
will be more depressed than we previously expected.  At the current
rating, we expect that debt to EBITDA (on a weighted average of
historical and projected numbers) will remain slightly above 10x
over the next 12 months.  We now factor in the possibility that
leverage could be higher for brief periods due to short-term
borrowings the company may undertake to shore up liquidity.  We
continue to expect the ratio to be in the high-single digits in
2016 and 2017, a level we consider to be unsustainable in the
current operating environment.  We assume that management and the
company's owners will support credit quality and, therefore, we
have not factored into our analysis any distributions to
shareholders or significant debt-funded capital spending," S&P
said.

The company's ABL is due in November 2017 and S&P believes that the
company's current liquidity situation has elevated the company's
refinancing risk.

S&P could lower ratings further if the company is unable to
refinance or extend its ABL maturity in a timely manner.  S&P could
also lower ratings should the company face any problems pertaining
to covenant compliance.

S&P could also lower ratings further if the company increases its
leverage, which could be prompted by the undertaking of any
debt-funded acquisitions or if earnings were to weaken due to
erosion in margins, which could result from product mix shifts,
operating inefficiencies related to acquisitions, higher selling,
general, and administrative expenses, or a prolonged period of
severe weather or other adverse industry conditions, to name a few
possible causes.  S&P could also lower the ratings if it no longer
deems management or financial-sponsor ownership to be supportive of
the company's overall credit quality.

S&P could raise ratings on the company if they are able to
successfully refinance their ABL in a timely manner and if the
company is able to improve its liquidity position to levels that
S&P considers adequate, with sustainable sources equal to or
greater than 1.2x uses.  This could happen either through an
improvement in operational cash flow or through an equity infusion
from the parent.  It is unlikely that S&P would raise ratings if
the company is unable to refinance or replace its ABL facility.


PODIUM PERFORMANCE: Wants to Use Suntrust Bank Cash Collateral
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Podium Performance, LLC, asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Southern District of Florida for authorization to use cash
collateral.

The Debtor relates that Suntrust Bank, N.A. may claim a purchase
money security interest in any and all equipment which the Debtor
owns or later acquires with the proceeds of the financing provided
by the Suntrust Bank, and related all accessions, additions,
replacements and substitutions, as well as all related records, and
all related proceeds.  The Debtor further relates that if Suntrust
Bank's secured interest is valid, it would render the Debtor's cash
and receivables as collateral.

The Debtor owes Suntrust Bank approximately $469,000.  Suntrust's
lien is also secured by real property owned by a non-debtor.

The Debtor seeks the Court's authorization to use Suntrust's cash
collateral to pay the Debtor's regular operating expenses in the
regular course of business, as well as the administrative expenses
in the Chapter 11 proceedings as they become due.

The Debtor tells the Court that the use of the cash collateral is
necessary for an effective reorganization and to avoid harm to the
Debtor's bankruptcy estate and the unsecured creditors.  The Debtor
further tells the Court that it needs to be able to pay its regular
business expenses, as well as its administrative expenses as they
become due, to continue operating as a going concern, and to
maintain compliance with the guidelines of the Office of the U.S.
Trustee.

A full-text copy of the Debtor's Motion, dated September 23, 2016,
is available at
https://is.gd/xN5Yoc

                   About Podium Performance

Podium Performance, LLC, filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. S.D.
Fla. Case No. 16-21400) on August 18, 2016.  The petition is signed
by Peter Willis, managing member.  The Debtor is represented by
Nadine V. White-Boyd, Esq., at White-Boyd Law.  The Debtor
estimated assets at $100,001 to $500,000 and liabilities at
$500,001 to $1 million at the time of the filing.


PUERTO RICO: Federal Oversight Board to Hold First Meeting Sept. 30
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The American Bankruptcy Institute, citing Nick Brown of Reuters,
reported that Puerto Rico's newly created federal oversight board,
charged with helping the U.S. commonwealth navigate through a
crushing $70 billion debt burden, announced it will hold its first
meeting in New York City on Sept. 30.

According to the report, the seven-member board, created by the
U.S. Congress in part to stave off a massive default and help the
Puerto Rican government renegotiate its debt obligations, is
scheduled to meet at 8:30 a.m. EDT (1230 GMT), when it will elect a
chairperson, the board said in a statement.

The board also said it will formally request from Puerto Rico's
governor the submission of a fiscal turnaround plan, which is a key
requirement of the federal Puerto Rico rescue law that created the
board, known as PROMESA, the report related.

The turnaround plan must ultimately be approved by the board, which
has broad powers to approve the island's budgets and facilitate
debt restructuring talks, the report further related.

The board is comprised of four Republicans, including former Puerto
Rico Government Development Bank Chairman Carlos Garcia and
bankruptcy expert David Skeel, a professor at the University of
Pennsylvania Law School; and three Democrats, including former New
York bankruptcy judge Arthur Gonzalez, the report said.


QUEENSBORO 1: Taps David W. Steen as Legal Counsel
--------------------------------------------------
Queensboro 1, LLC seeks approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for
the Middle District of Florida to hire David W. Steen P.A.

The firm will serve as the Debtor's legal counsel in connection
with its Chapter 11 case.  The firm's professionals and their
hourly rates are:

     David W. Steen                 $450
     Associate/Contract Attorney    $300
     Paralegal                      $160
     Legal Assistant                $140

In a court filing, Mr. Steen disclosed that no attorney employed by
his firm represents any entity adverse to the Debtor or its
bankruptcy estate.

The firm can be reached through:

     David W. Steen, Esq.
     David W. Steen P.A.
     602 S. Boulevard
     Tampa, FL 33606
     Phone: (813) 251-3000
     Email: dwsteen@dsteenpa.com

                        About Queensboro 1

Queensboro 1, LLC, owns a shopping center located in Saint
Petersburg, Florida.

Queensboro filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition (Bankr. M.D. Fla.
Case No. 16-07289) on August 24, 2016. The petition was signed by
Larry J. Newsome, president of managing member.  David W Steen,
Esq., at David W. Steen, P.A., serves as the Debtors' counsel.

The Company estimated both assets and liabilities in the range of
$1 million to $10 million.


RAILYARD COMPANY: Magistrate Recommends Upholding of Trustee Order
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Magistrate Judge Carmen E. Garza of the United States District
Court for the District of New Mexico recommended that Thorofare
Asset Based Lending Fund III, L.P.'s Motion to Dismiss Steve
Duran's Appeal, or in the alternative, to Summarily Affirm the
Bankruptcy Court be granted in part and denied in part and, the
Order Granting Motion to Appoint Trustee and Directing United
States Trustee to Appoint Trustee be affirmed because Appellant
failed to provide the Court with records from the Bankruptcy Court
proceeding or respond to the Motion.

This matter comes before the Court on appeal from the Order
Granting Motion to Appoint Trustee and Directing United States
Trustee to Appoint Trustee entered by the United States Bankruptcy
Court for the District of New Mexico on March 30, 2016.  The
Appellee is Debtor Railyard Company, LLC's largest creditor and
holder of a Note and a Leasehold Mortgage and Security Agreement
covering commercial real property in Santa Fe, New Mexico.  The
Appellant is a member of the Debtor's company.

U.S. District Judge Martha Vazquez referred this case to U.S.
Magistrate Judge Carmen E. Garza to perform legal analysis and
recommend an ultimate disposition.

Magistrate Garza pointed out the only document provided to the
Court was the Notice of Appeal, which contains the one page Order
without the Memorandum Opinion attached.  Absent the relevant
information regarding the Bankruptcy Court's decision, including a
transcript from the Trustee Hearing or any type of documentation,
the Court is unable to review the decision, the magistrate said.  

Additionally, Appellant had fourteen days to respond to this
Motion, but did not respond by July 11, 2016, the magistrate
further pointed out.  Because the time to respond to this Motion
has passed, and "[t]he failure of a party to file and serve a
response in opposition to a [M]otion within the time prescribed for
doing so constitutes consent to grant the [M]otion[,]" the Court
will assume that the Appellant consents to the Appellee's requested
relief.  Therefore, the Court finds that the Order of the
Bankruptcy Court to appoint a trustee should be affirmed.

The appeals case is STEVE DURAN, Appellant, v. RECREATIONAL
EQUIPMENT, Inc. et al, Appellees, CIV No. 16-295 MV/CG (D.N.M.).

A full-text copy of the Proposed Findings and Recommended
Disposition dated September 14, 2016 is available at
https://is.gd/z1bc2V from Leagle.com.

Railyard Company, LLC is represented by:

          Christopher D. Dvorak, Esq.
          William F. Davis, Esq.
          WILLIAM F. DAVIS & ASSOC., P.C.
          6709 Academy NE, Suite A
          Albuquerque NM 87109
          Telephone: (505)243-6129
          Facsimile: (505)247-3185
          Email: daviswf@nmbankruptcy.com

Recreational Equipment, Inc. is represented by:

          Charles R. Hughson, Esq.
          Henry M. Bohnhoff, Esq.
          RODEY, DICKASON, SLOAN, AKIN, ROBB, PA
          201 3rd Street NW, Suite 2200
          Albuquerque, NM 87102
          Tel: (505)765-5900
          Fax: (505)768-7395
          Email: chughson@rodey.com
                 hbohnhoff@rodey.com

Thorofare Asset Based Lending Fund III, LP is represented by:

          Jaqueline N. Ortiz, Esq.
          Benjamin E. Thomas, Esq.
          Katharine C. Downey, Esq.
          SUTIN, THAYER & BROWNE
          A Professional Corporation
          P.O. Box 1945
          Albuquerque, NM 87103-1945
          Telephone: (505) 883-3497
          Email: jno@sutinfirm.com
                 bet@sutinfirm.com
                 kcd@sutinfirm.com

Office of the U.S. Trustee is represented by:

          Alice Nystel Page, Esq.

               About Railyard Company

Railyard Company, LLC, owns and developed two-story Market Station
that houses the REI sporting goods store and other tenants.  It
filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D. N.M. Case No. 15-12386) on
Sept. 4, 2015.  The petition was signed by Richard Jaramillo as
managing member.  The Debtor is represented by William F. Davis,
Esq., at William F. Davis & Associates, P.C., as counsel.

The Debtor's Chapter 11 petition says the Company has about $11.2
million in debts and $13.8 million in assets.


RALPH ISOM: Plan Outline to be Heard on Nov. 9
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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Ohio will convene a
hearing on Nov. 9, 2016, at 1:30 p.m., to determine the adequacy of
the Disclosure Statement in support of the Plan of Reorganization
filed by Ralph Dean and Paula Isom.

Brent T. Robinson, of Robinson & Tribe, at P.O. Box 396, in Rupert,
Idaho, represent the Debtors.

Ralph Dean and Paula Isom sought bankruptcy protection (Bankr. D.
Idaho Case No. 15-40763) on July 31, 2015.


RAMBUS INC: Egan-Jones Hikes Sr. Unsec. Ratings to BB+
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Egan-Jones Ratings Company upgraded on Aug. 31, 2016, the senior
unsecured ratings on debt issued by Rambus Inc. to BB+ from BB.



REDIGI INC: Taps Kelley & Fulton as General Counsel
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ReDigi Inc. seeks authorization from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for
the Southern District of Florida to employ Kelley & Fulton, P.L.,
as general counsel, nunc pro tunc to the September 9, 2016 petition
date.

The Debtor requires Kelley & Fulton to:

     (a) advise the Debtor generally regarding matters of
bankruptcy law in connection with the case;

     (b) advise the Debtor of the requirements of the Bankruptcy
Code, the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure, applicable
bankruptcy rules, including local rules, pertaining to the
administration of the Case and the U.S. Trustee Guidelines related
to the daily operation of its business and administration of the
estate;

     (c) represent the Debtor in all proceedings before the Court;

     (d) prepare and review motions, pleadings, orders,
applications, adversary proceedings, and other legal documents
arising in the case;

     (e) negotiate with creditors, prepare and seek confirmation of
a plan of reorganization and related documents, and assist the
Debtor with implementation of any plan; and,

     (f) perform all other legal services for the Debtor, which may
be necessary herein.

Kelley & Fulton will be paid at these hourly rates:

         Partners attorney fees       $425
         Associate attorney fees      $375

Kelley & Fulton will also be reimbursed for reasonable
out-of-pocket expenses incurred.

Prior to the filing of the case, the Debtor agreed to pay Kelley &
Fulton a retainer in the amount of $22,500.00, which includes the
filing fee of $1,717.00. The Debtor has authorized the use of the
retainer for pre-petition and post-petition services, with all
post-petition services and costs subject to Bankruptcy Court
approval. Likewise, the Debtor has agreed to pay the sum of
$2,000.00 per month to Kelley & Fulton during the pendency of the
case as a post-petition retainer toward future fees, with any
balance to made available for funds needed for the initial plan
payments after confirmation. Said funds will be maintained in
Kelley & Fulton's trust account until appropriate fee applications
are filed and fees and costs are approved by the Court.

Craig I. Kelley, President of Kelley & Fulton, assured the Court
that the firm is a "disinterested person" as the term is defined in
Section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code and does not represent any
interest adverse to the Debtors and their estates.

Kelley & Fulton can be reached at:

         Craig I. Kelley
         KELLEY & FULTON, P.L.
         1665 Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard, Suite 1000
         West Palm Beach, FL 33401
         Tel: 561-491-1200
         E-mail: craig@kelleylawoffice.com

             About ReDigi Inc.

ReDigi Inc. filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. S.D. Fla. Case No.
16-20809) on August 3, 2016, and is represented by Craig I Kelley,
Esq., in West Palm Beach, Florida.

At the time of the filing, the Debtor had $250 in total assets and
$6,590,000 in total liabilities.

The petition was signed by John Mark Ossenmacher, CEO.

A copy of the Debtor's list of 16 unsecured creditors is available
for free at http://bankrupt.com/misc/flsb16-20809.pdf


REGATTA CONSTRUCTION: Cash Collateral Use on Final Basis Allowed
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Judge Frank J. Bailey of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District
of Massachusetts authorized Regatta Construction, Inc., to use cash
collateral on a final basis.  The Debtor was authorized to use cash
collateral on the same terms and conditions as previously
authorized.  Judge Bailey directed the Debtor to become current
with the monthly operating reports to the United States Trustee on
or before Sept. 30, 2016 by 4:30 p.m.  A full-text copy of the
Order, dated Sept. 23, 2016, is available at
http://tinyurl.com/htjaumc

                About Regatta Construction

Regatta Construction, Inc., et al. filed for Chapter 11 protection
(Bankr. D. Mass. Case No. 16-11885) on May 18, 2016.  The petition
was signed by Christian Tosi, president.  Judge Frank J. Bailey
presides over the case.

The Debtor estimated assets of $1 million to $10 million and
estimated liabilities of $0 to $50,000.

The Debtor is represented by George J. Nader, Esq., at Riley &
Dever, P.C.



RELIABLE RACING: Can Use TD Bank Cash Until Sept. 30
----------------------------------------------------
Judge Robert E. Littlefield, Jr. of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for
the Northern District of New York, authorized Reliable Racing
Supply, Inc., to continue using cash collateral on an interim
basis, until Sept. 30, 2016.

The approved Budget covers the period Sept. 20, 2016 to September
30, 2016 and provides for total disbursements in the amount of
$43,348.

In addition to the reporting required under the Court's First
Interim Order, the Debtor was ordered to provide weekly reports
with regard to expenditures for the budget line item "Cost of
Goods" and such reporting will contain all information as TD Bank
may reasonably require.

TD Bank was authorized to transfer from the DIP Account such funds
that exceed the $40,000 Debtor in Possession Account Balance to the
Debtor's account at TD Bank.  TD Bank was further authorized to
freeze and block withdrawals from the Excess Cash Account and apply
the funds in the Excess Cash Account to the amount due pursuant to
the TD Bank Loan Documents, upon the expiration of the Court's
Interim Order

A further interim hearing on the Debtor's Motion is scheduled on
Sept. 30, 2016 at 10:00 a.m.

A full-text copy of the Interim Order, dated Sept. 22, 2016, is
available at https://is.gd/OGruCk

A full-text copy of the approved Budget, dated Sept. 22, 2016, is
available at
https://is.gd/6rFxPr

                 About Reliable Racing Supply

Reliable Racing Supply, Inc., sells ski, bike and snowboard
equipment through its store Inside Edge Ski, Board & Bike located
at 643 Upper Glen Street, Queensbury, New York.  It also sells ski
racing products to its consumers through its Wintersports online
catalog.

Reliable Racing Supply, Inc., doing business as Inside Edge Ski &
Bike, filed a chapter 11 petition (Bankr. N.D.N.Y. Case No.
16-10619) on April 7, 2016.  The petition was signed by John
Jacobs, president.  The case is assigned to Judge Robert E.
Littlefield, Jr.  The Debtor disclosed assets of $2.98 million and
liabilities of $2.55 million as of Feb. 29, 2016.  The Debtor is
represented by Meghan M. Breen, Esq., at Lemery Greisler, LLC.



RESPONSE 1 MEDICAL: Taps Michael Hawes as Accountant
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Response 1 Medical Staffing, Inc., seeks authorization from the
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of California to
employ Michael S. Hawes and Associates as Accountant.

The Debtor requires Michael Hawes to (a) review company financials
and prepare tax returns; and (b) advise management of strategies
and best practices to ensure compliance with tax reporting
requirements.

Michael Hawes will be paid at $245.00 hourly rate.  Michael Hawes
will also be reimbursed for reasonable out-of-pocket expenses
incurred.

Michael Hawes did not receive a pre-petition retainer.

Stephen M. Reynolds, Attorney for Response I Medical, assured the
Court that the firm is a "disinterested person" as the term is
defined in Section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code and does not
represent any interest adverse to the Debtors and their estates.

Michael Hawes can be reached at:

     Michael S. Hawes
     MICHAEL S. MICHAEL S. HAWES AND ASSOCIATES
     4168 Douglas Blvd., Suite 300
     Granite Bay, CA 95746
     Phone: 916-791-9095
     Fax: 916-791-9098
     Email: admin@hawescpa.com

         About Response 1 Medical

Response 1 Medical Staffing, Inc., filed a Chapter 11 petition
(Bankr. E.D. Cal. Case No. 15-22618) on March 31, 2015, and is
represented by Stephen M. Reynolds, Esq., in Davis, California.

At the time of filing, the Debtor had $97,190 in total assets and
$1,300,000 in total liabilities.

The petition was signed by Tyler Covey, chief financial officer.

A list of the Debtor's 16 largest unsecured creditors is available
for free at http://bankrupt.com/misc/caeb15-22618.pdf


RETREAT AT ZION: Can Get DIP Financing, Use Cash on Interim Basis
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Judge William T. Thurman of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Utah authorized Retreat at Zion, LLC to obtain
post-petition financing from Kirch & Todd Lending, and use cash
collateral on an interim basis.

The Debtor had outstanding secured debt pursuant to a promissory
note owing to Riverbend Development, LLC in the original sum of
$1,300,000 and a subordinate note and trust deed evidencing an
obligation to Nancy Welti Sanchez in the original amount of
$950,000.

The Debtor granted first-priority security interests in and liens
on its real property and substantially all of its fixtures and
personal property to Riverbend Development, LLC, and granted a
second-priority security interest in the real property owned by the
Debtor to Nancy Welti Sanchez.

Judge Thurman held that the Creditors are adequately protected by
the equity cushion available in the assets to which they are
secured.

The Debtor was directed to make monthly adequate protection
payments of $13,405 to Riverbend Development, and $5,595 to Nancy
Sanchez.  The Debtor was further directed to pay Kirch & Todd
Lending the sum of $2,500 per month.

Judge Thurman ordered the DIP Loan to be disbursed by Kirch & Todd
Lending in $50,000 per month increments and only through a
third-party escrow account.  He further ordered that in no event
will the $250,000 DIP loan amount be disbursed to the Debtor in one
lump sum.

A final hearing on the Debtor's use of cash collateral is scheduled
on Nov. 4, 2016 at 9:30 a.m.

A full-text copy of the Order, dated Sept. 22, 2016, is available
at https://is.gd/4qJrjc

Kirch & Todd Lending can be reached at:

          KIRCH & TODD LENDING
          2 West St. George Blvd., Bldg. 5
          St. George, UT 84770

                  About Retreat at Zion

Retreat at Zions, LLC, filed a chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D. Utah
Case No. 16-24525) on May 25, 2016.  The petition was signed by
Kevin Brough, managing member.  The case is assigned to Judge
William T. Thurman.  The Debtor is represented by Franklin L.
Slaugh, Esq., in Sandy, Utah.  The Debtor estimated both assets and
liabilities in the range of $1 million to $10 million at the time
of the filing.


REVOLVE SOLAR: Court Declares Cash Collateral Use Null and Void
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Judge Tony M. Davis of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western
District of Texas declared his Order authorizing Revolve Solar (TX)
Inc. to use cash collateral on an interim basis null and void, as
there have been no valid liens asserted against the Debtor’s
assets, including cash collateral.

The Troubled Company Reporter has reported earlier that Judge Davis
had previously authorized the Debtor to to use cash collateral on
an interim basis, acknowledging that an immediate and critical need
exists for the Debtor to obtain funds in order to continue the
operation of its business.  He further acknowledged that without
such funds, the Debtor will not be able to pay its payroll and
other direct operating expenses and obtain goods and services
needed to carry on its business during this sensitive period in a
manner that will avoid irreparable harm to the Debtor's estate.

Judge Davis had also granted the Debtor's secured lenders, Knight
Capital Funding, National Funding, Inc., and PowerUp Lending Group,
Ltd., with valid, binding, enforceable, and perfected liens
co-extensive with their pre-petition liens in all currently owned
or hereafter acquired property and assets of the Debtor.  The
secured lenders were also granted replacement liens and security
interests, subject and subordinate in priority to existing
prepetition validly secured creditors, against the Debtor's
accounts receivable originating postpetition and any and all cash
or other proceeds from those receivables.

A full-text copy of the Interim Order dated September 19, 2016 is
available at https://is.gd/rRrM9c


                    About Revolve Solar (TX) Inc.

Revolve Solar, Inc. aka Revolve Solar LLC, Revolve Solar (TX) Inc.,
and Revolve Solar (CA) Inc. each filed chapter 11 petitions (Bankr.
W.D. Tex. Case Nos. 16-10896, 16-10897, and 16-10899) on July 31,
2016.  The petitions were signed by Tim Padden, president.  The
Debtors are represented by Joyce W. Lindauer, Esq., at Joyce W.
Lindauer Attorney, PLLC.  Revolve Solar, Inc. and Revolve Solar
(TX) Inc.'s cases are assigned to Judge Tony M. Davis, while
Revolve Solar (CA) Inc.'s case is assigned to Judge Christopher B.
Mott.  The Debtors each estimated assets and liabilities at $1
million to $10 million at the time of the filing.


RICE BUILDING: Disclosure Statement Hearing Set for Oct. 19
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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of New York
will hold a hearing to consider approval of the disclosure
statement explaining Rice Building LLC's Chapter 11 exit plan on
Oct. 19, 2016, at 10:30 a.m. in Albany.

Objections to the Disclosure Statement are due no later than seven
days prior to the hearing.

As reported by the Troubled Company Reporter, Rice Building, LLC,
filed a disclosure statement dated Sept. 6, 2016, to accompany its
Chapter 11-exit plan.  A full-text copy of the Disclosure Statement
is available at:

          http://bankrupt.com/misc/14-11051-188.pdf

The Debtor owned and operated real property located at 35, 37, 39,
41, and 42 Elberon Place, in Albany, New York, and 218 Western
Avenue, in Albany, New York.

Depending on the allowance or disallowance of certain claims filed
against the Debtor, holders of Class 1 General Unsecured Claims may
receive up to 100% of their claims.  Distributions to creditors
under the Plan will be made from payments received on account of
the promissory notes held by the Debtor for the payment of the
balance of the proceeds of the sale of 218 Western Avenue.

Prior to the filing of the Disclosure Statement, the Debtor sold
its properties.  As a result of the sales of the properties, all
secured claims have been paid in full.  The Debtor received a note
and mortgage in the amount of $144,000 secured by a second mortgage
against 218 Western Avenue, and a note and security agreement in
the amount of $48,000 for the purchase and sale of the Debtor's
furniture, fixtures and equipment.

Rice Building LLC filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. N.D.N.Y. Case
No. 15-11654) on August 7, 2015, and is represented by Francis J.
Brennan, Esq., at Nolan & Heller, LLP, in Albany, New York.  At the
time of filing, the Debtor had $1 million in total assets and $1
million in total liabilities.  The petition was signed by Mark
Basco, managing member.  A list of the Debtor's two largest
unsecured creditors is available for free at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/nynb15-11654.pdf


RIVER NORTH: Can Use Republic Bank Cash Collateral Until Oct. 4
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Judge Janet S. Baer of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern
District of Illinois authorized River North 414 LLC, et al., to use
Republic Bank's cash collateral on an interim basis through Oct. 4,
2016.

Republic Bank expressed its consent to the Debtor's use of cash
collateral.  It reserved all rights, including the right to object
to the Debtor's continued use of cash collateral, and to request
adequate protection from the Debtor for future interim or final
periods.

A continued hearing on the Debtor's Motion is scheduled on Oct. 4,
2016 at 10:00 a.m.

A full-text copy of the Interim Order, dated Sept. 23, 2016, is
available at https://is.gd/X2QWLW

Republic Bank is represented by:

          Edward P. Freud, Esq.
          RUFF, FREUD, BREEMS & NELSON, LTD.
          200 North LaSalle Street, Suite 2020
          Chicago, IL 60601
               
                  About River North 414

River North 414 LLC and Premium Themes, Inc., based in Chicago,
Illinois, sought Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. N.D Ill. Case Nos.
16-17324 and 16-17325) on May 24, 2016.  The petitions were signed
by Jesse T. Boyle, authorized officer.  The cases are assigned to
Judge Janet S. Baer.  The Debtors are represented by Thomas R.
Fawkes, Esq., at Goldstein & McClintock.  The Debtors estimated
$100,000 to $500,000 in assets and $1 million to $10 million in
liabilities at the time of the filing.


ROBINSON PREMIUM: Seeks to Hire Coats Rose as Counsel
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Robinson Premium Beef, LLC, seeks authorization from the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Texas to employ
Coats|Rose, P.C., as counsel, nunc pro tunc to the September 2,
2016 petition date.

The Debtor requires Coats|Rose to:

     (a) take all necessary action to protect and preserve the
bankruptcy estate, including prosecution of actions on its behalf,
defense of any actions commenced against it, negotiations
concerning all litigation in which it is involved, and objecting to
claims;

     (b) prepare on behalf of the Debtor all necessary motions,
applications, answers, orders, reports, and papers in connection
with the administration of the estate;

     (c) formulate, negotiate, and propose a plan of
reorganization, if justified; and,

     (d) perform all other necessary legal services in connection
with the proceedings.

Coats|Rose will be paid at these hourly rates:

         E. P. Keiffer           $500
         Frank J. Wright         $650
         C. Ashley Ellis         $475
         Erin McGee              $325
         Betty J. Wallace        $150
         Imelda V. Arayata       $125
         Medrith E. Rhotenberry  $75

Coats|Rose will also be reimbursed for reasonable out-of-pocket
expenses incurred.

Coats|Rose incurred fees and expenses prior to the filing of the
petition on September 2, 2016, in the amount of $7,611.00, which
sum includes $1,717.00 for the Debtor's filing fee, which filing
fee has been paid by the Debtor.  The Debtor funded a $30,000.00
retainer to Coats|Rose just before filing, of which $7,611.00 was
drawn down for pre-petition fees and filing fees leaving a total of
$22,389.00 for payment of post-petition fees and expenses, none of
which has been drawn down. A member of the Debtor funded loans to
the Debtor in order to pay Coats|Rose's retainer and pre petition
fees and expenses.

E. P. Keiffer, Director of Coats|Rose, assured the Court that the
firm is a "disinterested person" as the term is defined in Section
101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code and does not represent any interest
adverse to the Debtors and their estates.

Coats|Rose can be reached at:

         E. P. Keiffer, Esq.
         COATS | ROSE, P.C.
         325 N. St. Paul Street, Suite 4150
         Dallas, TX 75201
         Tel.: (214) 651-6517
         Fax: (214) 481-2817
         Email : pkeiffer@coatsrose. com

           About Robinson Premium

Robinson Premium Beef, LLC, filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr.
N.D. Tex. Case No. 16-60092) on September 2, 2016, and is
represented by Edwin Paul Keiffer, Esq., in Dallas, Texas.

At the time of filing, the Debtor had $10 million to $50 million in
estimated assets and $10 million to $50 million in estimated
debts.

The petition was signed by Jeremy Robinson, Manager.


ROCKDALE MANOR: Lender's Claim Up $1.33 Million Under Amended Plan
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Rockdale Manor, LLC, filed a First Amended Disclosure Statement and
Plan of Reorganization on Sept. 19, 2016.

Under the Amended Plan, Class 3 consists of the Secured Claim of
WARBLER Properties LLC in the amount of $1,334,750 including
principal of $1,193,041; interest of $75,995; late fees of $324;
payment of property taxes on behalf of Debtor totaling $16,091;
with interest continuing to accrue at the per diem rate of $490
after Sept. 14, 2016; and actual collection costs and attorneys'
fees of $49,344, which the Debtor agrees will be WARBLER's Allowed
Claim (WARBLER's Claim).

WARBLER is the holder of the mortgage on the Debtor's primary asset
(the Property).

WARBLER's Claim is secured by a first priority lien on the
Property.  If the Debtor can either sell the Property or refinance
the Property by Dec. 5, 2016, where enough proceeds are realized to
pay WARBLER in full, Debtor will be able to retire the debt to
WARBLER.  If the Debtor fails to sell or refinance the Property by
Dec. 5, 2016, then such failure will be considered an Event of
Default.  Upon the failure by the Debtor to timely cure its
default, notwithstanding the automatic stay provisions of Section
362 of the Bankruptcy Code, WARBLER will have the right to
accelerate the Debtor's obligations to WARBLER, and to exercise all
of Lender's rights and remedies under the Loan Documents, the Plan,
the Confirmation Order, the Consent Order on the Motion to Lift
Stay including, without limitation, the right to notice, advertise
and to foreclose on the Collateral (including, without limitation,
the Property) and to confirm the foreclosure sale.

If the Debtor successfully refinances or sells the Property prior
to Dec. 5, 2016, and WARBLER is paid in full out of the proceeds,
then after administrative and priority claims are paid, Class 4
creditors may be entitled to a pro-rated or full distribution based
on funds remaining.

A full-text copy of the First Amended Disclosure Statement dated
Sept. 19, 2016, is available at:

         http://bankrupt.com/misc/ganb16-59888-54.pdf

                       About Rockdale Manor

Rockdale Manor, LLC, sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. N.D. Ga. Case No. 16-59888) on June 6,
2016, and is represented by Evan M. Altman, Esq., in Atlanta,
Georgia.  The petition was signed by Kenneth Huffman, managing
member.

The Debtor's primary asset is its ownership interest in a shopping
center located at 4545 South Main Street, in Acworth, Georgia.

The Debtor estimated both assets and liabilities in the range of $1
million to $10 million.


ROCKET SOFTWARE: Moody's Affirms B2 CFR, Outlook Stable
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Moody's Investors Service affirmed Rocket Software, Inc.'s B2
Corporate Family Rating and B2-PD Probability of Default Rating.
Moody's also assigned B1 ratings to the first lien credit
facilities and a Caa1 rating to the second lien term loan.  The
rating outlook is stable.

The proceeds from the i) $630 million first lien term loan, ii)
$215 million second lien term loan, iii) seller financing from an
OEM supplier and iv) a small amount of cash from the balance sheet
will be used to i) pay a dividend to the equity owners, ii)
complete an acquisition of a supplier of mainframe products, iii)
repay the existing first lien term loan (about $340 million), iv)
repay the existing second lien term loan (about $105 million), v)
fund about $10 million of cash to the balance sheet and prefund
restricted cash to repay seller financing provided by a major OEM
supplier and vi) pay transaction fees and expenses.  The
$35 million revolver is expected to be undrawn at closing.

                         RATINGS RATIONALE

The B2 corporate family rating reflects high financial leverage of
about 5x, pro forma for the refinancing, dividend and acquisition
of a mainframe products company.  The company has modest organic
growth prospects (about 1% in FY 2016) and it looks to strategic
acquisitions for growth and improved market position.  Rocket has
demonstrated a willingness to aggressively use debt to fund equity
distributions and acquisitions.  The company has a relatively small
scale (about $399 million pro forma LTM June 30, 2016, revenues)
yet strong niche position providing infrastructure software and
tools for mainframe and distributed computing markets.  The ratings
are supported by Rocket's strong EBITDA margins (mid to high 40%),
strong levels of free cash flow ("FCF"), long-standing supply
relationship with a major OEM supplier, and relatively high
proportion of recurring revenues.

Rocket has a good liquidity profile.  Over the next 12 months,
Moody's expects Rocket to have cash and cash equivalents of
approximately $10 million and to generate FCF of about
$90 million.  Moody's also anticipates significant availability
under Rocket's proposed revolver, with adequate cushion under the
springing financial covenant of the revolver.  The first lien term
loan is anticipated to amortize approximately 1% per annum, with a
bullet due at maturity.  The second lien term loan is not expected
to amortize.  The revolver will contain a springing leverage
covenant that is triggered if more than 30% of the revolver is
utilized.  Moody's does not expect revolver borrowings to exceed
this level to support operations unless there are acquisitions.
There are no term loan financial maintenance covenants.

The stable ratings outlook reflects Moody's view that the company
will continue to generate solid levels of FCF, but will rely on its
acquisition strategy for top line growth, the majority of which
will be funded by internally generated cash.  The outlook also
accommodates a moderate amount of further debt funded acquisitions
and equity distributions.

A ratings upgrade is unlikely in the near term given the company's
demonstrated willingness to aggressively use debt to fund
distributions to shareholders and acquisitions.  However, the
rating could face upwards pressure if the company continues to grow
organically and demonstrates a commitment to conservative financial
policies, including sustaining leverage below 4.25x.

The ratings could face downward pressure if leverage were to exceed
6.5x or FCF to debt were to fall below 5% on other than a temporary
basis.  Moreover, the ratings could be downgraded if Rocket were to
lose a critical business partner or face a significant
deterioration in business prospects.

These ratings were affirmed:

Issuer -- Rocket Software, Inc. ("Rocket")
  Corporate Family Rating -- B2
  Probability of Default Rating -- B2-PD

These ratings were assigned:

  Issuer -- Rocket Software, Inc. ("Rocket")
  First lien Revolving Credit Facility -- B1 (LGD 3)
  First Lien Term Loan Facility -- B1 (LGD 3)
  Second Lien Term Loan Facility -- Caa1 (LGD 5)
Outlook – Stable

The principal methodology used in these ratings was Software
Industry published in December 2015.

Rocket Software, Inc. is a provider of IT management software
tools.  The company generated $399 million of pro forma revenues in
the LTM period ended June 30, 2016.  The company is owned by
management and private equity firm Court Square Capital Partners.


ROCKET SOFTWARE: S&P Affirms 'B' CCR on Capital Structure Changes
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S&P Global Ratings said it affirmed its 'B' corporate credit rating
on Waltham, Mass.-based Rocket Software Inc.  The outlook is
stable.

At the same time, S&P assigned its 'B+' issue-level rating to the
company's proposed $630 million senior secured first-lien term loan
and $35 million revolving credit facility.  The '2' recovery rating
on the first lien and revolving debt indicates S&P's expectation of
substantial (70%-90%; lower half of the range) recovery in the
event of a payment default.

S&P also assigned its 'B-' issue-level rating to the company's
proposed $215 million senior secured second-lien term loan.  The
'5' recovery rating on the second lien indicates S&P's expectation
for modest (10%-30%; lower half of the range) recovery of principal
in the event of a payment default.

"The ratings reflect our view of the company's small position in
the overall software services market, focus on the declining
mainframe end market, and high reliance on its relationship with a
large original equipment manufacturer (OEM), but also its high
profit margins, high percentage of recurring revenue, and high
customer retention rates," said S&P Global Ratings credit analyst
Minesh Shilotri.

The ratings also reflect pro forma leverage in the low 5x area and
the company's acquisitive growth strategy.  S&P also gives positive
consideration to the company's ability to broaden its portfolio and
increase its scale through acquisitions.  Rocket's exposure to the
declining mainframe market is partly alleviated by the fact that
there is still a large install base of mainframe customers – blue
chip companies for whom moving away from mainframes is cost
prohibitive.

The stable outlook reflects S&P's expectation that Rocket
Software's revenue base will remain highly recurring, that
profitability and margins will remain stable, and that the company
will generate positive free cash flow over the next 12 months.



RUTH DIETZMAN: Disclosures OK'd; Plan Hearing On Oct. 13
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The Hon. Robert D. Martin of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Western District of Wisconsin has approved Ruth M. Dietzman's
disclosure statement describing the Debtor's plan of reorganization
dated July 6, 2016.

A hearing on the confirmation of the Plan will be held on Oct. 13,
2016, at 1:30 p.m.

As reported by the Troubled Company Reporter on July 21, 2016, the
Debtor filed a Plan that stated that the amortization on
obligations has generally been extended to provide adequate cash
flow and to service debt.  Class 4 - Nonpriority Unsecured Claims
(impaired) are in the approximate amount of $2,750.  All of these
allowed claims are impaired in that the claimants will be paid with
interest at the rate of 0% amortized over 24 months at the rate of
approximately $114.58 per month.

Ruth M. Dietzman operated Countrywide Custom Homes, LLC, which
specialized in contracting for the development of custom homes.
She filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection (Bankr. W.D. Wis.
Case No. 16-11979) on June 1, 2016.  Kristin J. Sederholm, Esq.,
serves as the Debtor's bankruptcy counsel.


SAEED ZARAKANI: Westwood Allowed $40K Admin. Expense Claim
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Judge Robert S. Bardwil of the United States Bankruptcy Court for
the Eastern District of California granted in part the motion filed
by Westwood-Benson Business Brokers for allowance and payment of an
administrative expense in the bankruptcy captioned In re: SAEED
REZA ZARAKANI, Debtor, Case No. 15-20600-D-11 (Bankr. E.D. Cal.).

The debtor, Saeed Reza Zarakani, during his tenure as the
debtor-in-possession in his chapter 11 case, employed Westwood to
market two business, a Chevron gas station and convenience market
and a mobile home park.  Zarakani and Westwood entered into
Representation Agreements for Westwood's marketing of the two
properties, which provided for the following compensation to
Westwood: a "5% commission for any real estate sold and 7% for any
business assets sold," with a minimum broker's fee of $15,000 for
each business.

Zarakani filed an application to employ Westwood in September of
2015.  In an order signed September 21, 2015, the court authorized
Zarakani to employ Westwood as the debtor's broker.

Ultimately, however, Zarakani, with court approval, obtained
financing that enabled him to pay all claims secured by the real
property where the Chevron station is located, as well as allowed
unsecured claims, and neither the Chevron station nor the mobile
home park was sold.  

Despite the fact that no sale occurred, Westwood sought allowance
and payment of an administrative claim for (1) $15,000 as the
minimum fee for the mobile home park and (2) $131,400 as a
commission based on an offer Westwood obtained for the gas station
business and real property, for a total of $146,400.  Westwood also
sought an award of attorney's fees and costs for prosecuting the
motion.

Judge Bardwil pointed out that the court never approved the
Representation Agreements themselves or their specific terms and
does not consider itself bound by the agreements or either the
$15,000 minimum fee or the commission structure.  Judge Bardwil
thus refused to consider, let alone allow, an administrative claim
the size of the one requested by Westwood based solely on an
employment order without a noticed hearing to all creditors that
explicitly advised creditors that a commission of that size would
be payable even if the properties were not sold.

Judge Bardwil, however, was persuaded that Westwood is entitled to
some compensation for its services.  The judge believed reasonable
compensation for the services of Richard K. Thompson, a principal
of Westwood, in the case is $40,000, and set the Zarakani's
liability to Westwood at that amount.

A full-text copy of Judge Bardwil September 21, 2016 order is
available at http://bankrupt.com/misc/caeb15-20600-371.pdf

                    About Saeed Reza Zarakani

Saeed Reza Zarakani filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition (Bankr.
E.D. Cal. Case No. 15-20600) on January 28, 2015.


SALADO SMILES: Seeks to Hire Lott Vernon as Accountant
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Salado Smiles, PC seeks approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for
the Western District of Texas to hire an accountant.

The Debtor proposes to hire Lott, Vernon & Co, P.C. to prepare its
2015 tax return.  The firm will receive a flat fee of $5,000 for
its services.

Debbie Hershberger, a certified public accountant employed with
Lott Vernon, disclosed in a court filing that her firm does not
hold or represent any interest adverse to the Debtor or its
estate.

The firm can be reached through:

     Debbie Hershberger
     Lott, Vernon & Co, P.C.
     109 E. Avenue B
     P.O. Box 935
     Killeen, TX 76540
     Phone: 254-526-0571

The debtor is represented by:

     Michael Baumer, Esq.
     Law Office of Michael Baumer
     7600 Burnet Road, Suite 530
     Austin, TX 78757
     Phone: 512-476-8707
     Fax: 512-476-8604
     Email: baumerlaw@baumerlaw.com

                       About Salado Smiles

Salado Smiles, P.C., formerly doing business as Sonterra Smiles,
operates a dental practice in Salado, Tex.  The company filed a
chapter 11 petition (Bankr. W.D. Tex. Case No. 16-10413) on Apr. 5,
2016, and is represented by Michael V. Baumer, Esq., in Austin,
Tex.  At the time of the filing, the Debtor disclosed total assets
of $177,203 and debt totaling $1.24 million.  

The Debtor remains as debtor-in-possession.

The meeting of creditors pursuant to 11 U.S.C. Sec. 341 was
conducted and concluded on May 6, 2016.


SAMUEL EVINS WOMACK: Earmarks $6,000 for $464,000 Unsecured Claims
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Samuel Womack filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern
District of Tennessee a Chapter 11 plan and accompanying Disclosure
Statement.

Under the Plan, Holders of general unsecured claims, estimated to
total $464,874, will be paid their pro rata share of $6,000.  The
Debtor will make payments of $100 per month beginning Feb. 1, 2017,
until Jan. 1, 2022.

The Debtor as Plan Proponent seeks to accomplish payments under the
Plan by using his income from the continued operation of
Summerstone Nursery.  The Effective Date of the proposed Plan is 45
days after confirmation.

The Debtor receives income from his operation of Summerstone
Nursery. The business specializes in the sale of trees, shrubs and
flowers and lawn and garden supplies. There are two physical store
locations as well as a thriving internet sales business.

The Debtor originally ran into tax problems approximately eight
years ago when he was involved in an extensive custody battle for
his granddaughter. This contributed to his Chapter 11 filing.

A copy of the Debtor's Disclosure Statement is available at:

          http://bankrupt.com/misc/tneb15-15049-0069.pdf

Samuel Evins Womack filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition (Bankr.
E.D. Tenn. Case No. 15-15049) on Nov. 16, 2015, and is represented
by:

     Steven L. Lefkovitz, Esq.
     618 Church St., Suite 410
     Nashville, TN 37219.
     Tel: (615) 256-8300

Judge Shelley D. Rucker presides over the case.


SAMUEL WYLY: Hearing on Caroline Wyly's Exit Plan Set for Oct. 21
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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Texas is set
to hold a hearing on October 21, at 9:00 a.m., to consider
confirmation of the Chapter 11 plan of reorganization of Caroline
Wyly.

The hearing will take place at the Earle Cabell Federal Building,
1100 Commerce Street, Dallas, Texas.  

Objections to the plan by all creditors except the Internal Revenue
Service and Securities and Exchange Commission must be filed no
later than October 14.  The deadline for creditors to cast their
votes is October 14, according to the latest disclosure statement
explaining the plan.

The plan provides for the creation of a liquidating trust and for
the transfer of certain properties of the Debtor's estate and those
held by offshore trusts (with a total value of $163.96 million) to
the trust for distribution to creditors.

Under the plan, the Debtor's estate, through the liquidating
trustee, will pay Class 3 general unsecured claims in full within
30 days of the effective date of the plan; or, with respect to any
disputed claim, within 10 days after the claim is allowed by the
court.

A copy of the disclosure statement is available for free at
https://is.gd/27dGEl

                          About Sam Wyly

Sam Wyly is a lifelong entrepreneur and author.  His first book,
1,000 Dollars & An Idea, is a biography that tells his story of
creating and building companies, including University Computing,
Michaels Arts & Crafts, Sterling Software, and Bonanza Steakhouse.
His second book, Texas Got It Right!, co-authored with his son,
Andrew, was gifted to roughly 450,000 students and teachers,
thought leaders, and readers, and continues to be a best-seller in
its Amazon category.

Samuel Wyly filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection (Bankr. N.D.
Tex. Case No. 14-35043) on Oct. 19, 2014, weeks after a judge
ordered him to pay several hundred million dollars in a civil fraud
case.  In September 2014, a federal judge ordered Mr. Wyly and the
estate of his deceased brother to pay more than $300 million in
sanctions after they were found guilty of committing civil fraud to
hide stock sales and nab millions of dollars in profits.

                        About Caroline Wyly

Caroline Wyly is the widow of business tycoon Charles Wyly.  She
and her brother-in-law Sam Wyly sought Chapter 11 bankruptcy
protection as leverage to settle a looming tax bill and a $329
million claim from the Securities and Exchange Commission.  Her
bankruptcy is In re Caroline D. Wyly, 14-35074, in U.S. Bankruptcy
Court, Northern District Texas (Dallas).


SENATE ACCEPTANCE: Disclosures Okayed, Plan Hearing on Oct. 18
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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maryland will
consider approval of the Chapter 11 plan proposed by the Chapter 11
trustee of Senate Acceptance Corp. and Senate Insurance Agency,
Inc. at a hearing on October 18.

The hearing will be held at 10:00 a.m., at the U.S. Courthouse,
Courtroom 9D, 101 West Lombard Street, in Baltimore, Maryland.

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

The September 15 order set an October 14 deadline for creditors to
cast their votes and file their objections to the plan.

The Chapter 11 trustee's address is:

     Janet M. Nesse
     McNamee, Hosea, et al.
     6411 Ivy Lane, Suite 200
     Greenbelt, MD 20770

                        About Senate Acceptance

Senate Acceptance Corp. and Senate Insurance Agency, Inc. sought
protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Md.
Lead Case No. 13−30244).  The case is assigned to Judge David E.
Rice.


SILVERLINE CUSTOM: Bank of Commerce Wants to Restrict Cash Use
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The Bank of Commerce asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Idaho to restrict Silverline Custom Farms, LLC's use of
cash collateral.

The Bank of Commerce relates that it is a secured creditor and is
owed $399,240 plus interest and attorney's fees.  It further
relates that at the time the Debtor filed for bankruptcy, its
bankruptcy schedules listed accounts receivables of $43,800 with
$25,800 being deemed collectible.

The Bank of Commerce tells the Court that its collateral includes
accounts receivables.  It further tells the Court that shortly
after the Debtor filed for bankruptcy, the Debtor was notified
through counsel that The Bank of Commerce did not consent to the
use of its cash collateral, including receivables.

The Bank of Commerce says that based on the Debtor's Monthly
Operating Reports, it appears that the Debtor has collected the
accounts receivable and appears to be operating its business using
the accounts receivable as part of its operating capital.  The Bank
of Commerce further says that it is concerned that the Debtor  has
collected and is utilizing the receivables collateral of The Bank
of Commerce as part of its ongoing operation.

The Bank of Commerce requests the Court to restrict the Debtor's
use of cash collateral to prevent injury to The Bank of Commerce
and/or grant adequate protection to The Bank of Commerce to the
extent that the Debtor had wrongfully used The Bank of Commerce
cash collateral without authority from the Court.

A full-text copy of The Bank of Commerce's Motion, dated September
22, 2016, is available at https://is.gd/5tovqV

The Bank of Commerce is represented by:

          Douglas R. Nelson, Esq.
          Brian T. Tucker, Esq.
          NELSON HALL PARRY TUCKER, PLLC
          490 Memorial Drive
          P.O. Box 51630
          Idaho Falls, ID 83405-1630
          Telephone: (208) 522-3001

             About Silverline Custom Farms

Silverline Custom Farms, LLC filed a chapter 11 petition (D. Idaho
Case No. 16-40277) on April 6, 2016.  The petition was signed by
Jonathan Adamson, managing member.  The Debtor is represented by
Sarah B. Bratton, Esq., at Martelle, Bratton & Associates, P.A.
The case is assigned to Judge Jim D. Pappas.  The Debtor disclosed
total assets at $530,234 and total liabilities at $1.70 million.



SKILLMAN INTERNATIONAL: Can Use Cash Collateral For HVAC Repair
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Judge Stacey G. Jernigan of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Northern District of Texas allowed Skillman International Firm,
LLC, to use cash collateral to pay up to $2,500 for the repair of
its HVAC system and to pay expenses in accordance with the approved
Budget.

Judge Jernigan ordered that any expense in excess of 15% of the
amounts in its Budget or the estimated $2,500 for the repair of the
HVAC be submitted in advance to Ability Insurance Company for
approval.

Ability Insurance Company was granted a replacement lien on the
debtor’s post-petition rents receivable which is co-extensive
with its pre-petition lien.

A final hearing on the Debtor's request to use Cash Collateral is
scheduled on Oct. 13, 2016 at 9:30 a.m.

A full-text copy of the Interim Order dated September 19, 2016 is
available at https://is.gd/q4LXJB
        
                About Skillman International Firm

Skillman International Firm, LLC filed a chapter 11 petition
(Bankr. N.D. Tex. Case No. 16-33494-SGJ-11) on September 4, 2016.
The petition was signed by Deepak Jaisinghani, operations manager.
The case is assigned to Judge Stacey G. Jernigan.  The Debtor is
represented by Herman A. Lusky, Esq., at Lusky & Associates, PC.   


At the time of filing, the Debtor estimated assets and liabilities
at $1 million to $10 million.  The Debtor did not include a list of
its largest unsecured creditors when it filed the petition.


SONIC AUTOMOTIVE: S&P Lowers CCR to 'BB-' on Weak Cash Flow
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S&P Global Ratings said that it lowered its corporate credit rating
on Charlotte, N.C.-based auto retailer Sonic Automotive Inc. to
'BB-' from 'BB'.  The outlook is stable.

At the same time, S&P lowered its issue-level rating on the
company's senior subordinated notes to 'B+' from 'BB-' and
maintained the '5' recovery rating.  The '5' recovery rating
reflects S&P's expectations that lenders would receive a modest
(10%-30%) recovery of principal in the event of a default.

"We lowered the ratings because Sonic is not generating a level of
free operating cash flow (FOCF) in line with our expectations for a
'BB' rating.  The weaker-than-expected FOCF generation is in part
related to Sonic's investment in EchoPark, a stand-alone retail
business that allows customers to search, buy, service, finance,
and sell used vehicles.  For the first six months of 2016, EchoPark
contributed 1.2% of Sonic's business compared with about 0.8% the
first six months of 2015. Sonic has opened five locations in the
Denver area: Thornton Hub, Centennial, Highlands Ranch, Dakota
Ridge, and Stapleton.  The company is acquiring property in Texas
and the Carolinas and expects to open 14 more stores in 2017 and an
additional 17 in 2018," S&P said.

Consequently, S&P revised its assessment of Sonic's financial risk
profile to aggressive.  While S&P expects Sonic to maintain debt
leverage of 3.0x-4.0x, S&P do not believe it will be able to
achieve a ratio of FOCF to debt of at least 10% over the next two
years due to the elevated level of capex required to build out its
EchoPark stores in Texas and the Carolinas.  As of June 30, 2016,
Sonic's debt leverage was 3.2x and its FOCF-to-debt ratio was below
10%.

The company generates almost all of its sales from its franchised
dealerships.  In 2015, new vehicles constituted 55% of the
company's sales, used vehicles 26%, wholesales vehicle 2%, parts
and services 14%, and the finance and insurance (F&I) and other
segments the remaining 3%.  Nevertheless, the revenue from Sonic's
parts and service (P&S) operations is stable compared with its
revenue from vehicle sales and contributed 47% of its gross profit
in 2015.  By contrast, new and used vehicle sales made up only 19%
and 11%, respectively, of the company's gross profit.

S&P expects that Sonic's geographic and brand focus will remain
largely unchanged over the next year.  S&P expects that the
dealerships the company has acquired will enhance its existing
geographic position so that it can further benefit from its
economies of scale.

In 2015, Sonic experienced a buildup in its inventory of luxury
brand vehicles, such as BMW, Mercedes, and Audi.  S&P expects
continuing pressure on new vehicle gross margins during 2016 due to
higher-than-normal inventory levels and increased dealer
competition.  In addition, there has been an ongoing shift in the
sales mix of the U.S. auto market toward crossovers and sport
utility vehicles (SUVs) and away from small and mid-size cars, as
depressed gasoline prices have lowered the cost of ownership for
larger vehicles.  For 2015, 57% of Sonic's new vehicle revenue was
from luxury brands, 31% came from imports, and 12% was from
domestics.  The company's highest-revenue new-vehicle brands were
BMW AG (22%), Honda Motor Co. Ltd. (16%), and Toyota Motor Corp.
(11%).

Sonic has dual-class common stock that places voting control with
O. Bruton Smith and B. Scott Smith, the company's founders and the
holders of its class B common stock.  At this time, Sonic's board
of directors retains control of the company and has the final
decision-making authority with respect to key enterprise risks,
compensation, and conflicts of interest.  If S&P came to believe
that Sonic's board was unable to maintain sufficient independence
from management to provide effective oversight of the company, S&P
could lower its management and government modifier on the entity,
which could unfavorably affect the rating.

Sonic has $1800 million in inventory floorplan financing facilities
for new and used vehicles with automakers' captive finance
companies and commercial banks.  Auto retailers make heavy use of
floorplan loans to finance their vehicle inventory.  S&P treats
these borrowings like trade payables rather than debt because of
the borrowings' indefinite maturities, high loan-to-value ratios,
and widespread availability.  Manufacturer subsidies also often
offset some borrowing costs.  During the U.S. economic downturn,
certain domestic automakers tightened the availability of their
floorplan financing to retailers.  However, automakers depend
heavily on their continuing relationships with dealers to support
their vehicle sales.

S&P GLOBAL RATINGS BASE-CASE SCENARIO

Assumptions:

   -- U.S. sales of new light vehicles will move up to
      17.5 million units in 2016 (a year-over-year increase of
      about 4%) and 17.8 million units in 2017 (about 2%) because
      the average age of the typical car on the road is more than
      11 years old, credit availability is high, interest rates
      are at historical lows, and there are some cash rebates
      available for purchases.

   -- The U.S. economy should continue its slow and steady
      recovery, with a baseline forecast for GDP growth of 2.0% in

      2016 and 2.4% in 2017.

   -- European light vehicle production will rise year-over-year
      to 2.3% in 2016.

   -- Revenue will grow at a compound annual rate of about to 2%
      through fiscal-2017.

Sonic was in compliance with the covenants under its credit
facilities as of June 30, 2016, and S&P expects that it will remain
in compliance through 2016 and into 2017.  The covenants on the
company's credit facilities include a required liquidity ratio of
at least 1.05x through the remainder of the term of the facilities,
a fixed-charge coverage ratio of at least 1.2x, and a total
lease-adjusted leverage ratio of no more than 5.5x.

Sonic participates in a multi-employer pension plan in California,
but this contingent liability does not affect S&P's rating on the
company.  In addition to ongoing contributions for its own
employees, Sonic's participation potentially exposes it to
increased liability if a major contributing employer were to become
insolvent or if several other participants exit the plan at once.
S&P believes that Sonic's potential liability associated with this
plan is relatively small and that it could be managed with the
company's normal cash flow and borrowings from its revolving
facilities if it were required to fund the liabilities for all of
the participants in the plan.

The stable outlook reflects S&P's assumption that Sonic will
maintain credit measures that are in line with S&P's expectations
for the current rating, particularly debt leverage below 5.0x and
an FOCF-to-debt ratio of at least 5% on a sustained basis.  S&P
assumes that Sonic will pursue a financial policy that focuses on
the building out of its EchoPark business.

Downside scenario

S&P could lower the ratings if aggressive financial policies cause
Sonic's leverage metric to exceed 5.0x for an extended period or if
S&P believes that the company will be unable to maintain an
FOCF-to-debt ratio of 5%.  This could occur if, for example,
aggressive investment in dealer upgrades, acquisitions, or
stand-alone used vehicle stores leads to increased debt or if the
company's operating efficiencies erode and cause its FOCF to
decline.  S&P could also lower the ratings if the slow U.S.
economic recovery reverses course, causing the company's EBITDA to
decline because it is unable to offset the decrease in its revenue
with cost controls.

Upside scenario

Although not likely over the next year, S&P could raise the ratings
if the company is able to achieve an FOCF-to-debt ratio of at least
10% on a sustained basis.  S&P would also need to believe that
Sonic could generate a sufficient level of FOCF as it expands its
business by investing in stand-alone used vehicle stores and new
vehicle dealerships.


SPOGAIN INVESTMENTS: Employs Fisher to Auction Property
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Spogain Investments, LLC, and its debtor-affiliate, Ramblewood
Properties, Inc., (the "Confirmed Plan Debtors") seek authorization
from the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District
of Florida to employ Fisher Auction Company as auctioneer.

The Confirmed Plan Debtors require Fisher Auction to:

     (a) file with the Court a report summarizing the results of
the auction upon the completion of the auction;

     (b) state the fees and expenses which will be paid to the
Auctioneer and the Cooperating Broker, if any, and reimburse to the
Principals, as the case may be, in accordance with the Order
approving this Application; and,

     (c) serve the report only on the United States Trustee, the
Confirmed Plan Debtors, and any other interested party who
specifically requests a copy.

The Confirmed Plan Debtors' principals will be advancing $25,000 in
marketing and advertising costs to the Auctioneer.  Compensation to
the Auctioneer will be based on a 7% buyer's premium to be charged
to the successful purchaser, and due and payable upon the closing
of the sale of the Debtor's property.  The buyer's premium will
consist of 7% of the successful bid and is paid by the buyer in
addition to the sale price.  The buyer's premium will be divided as
follows: (i) 7% of the successful bid price will be paid to the
Auctioneer, and (ii) 3% of the successful bid price will be paid to
a properly disclosed and registered buyer's broker, if any, from
the Auctioneer's earned real estate commission of 7% of the
successful bid price.

Fisher Auction will also be reimbursed for reasonable out-of-pocket
expenses incurred.

Lamar P. Fisher, President and Chief Executive Officer of Fisher
Auction Company, assured the Court that the firm is a
"disinterested person" as the term is defined in Section 101(14) of
the Bankruptcy Code and does not represent any interest adverse to
the Debtors and their estates.

Fisher Auction can be reached at:

     Lamar P. Fisher
     FISHER AUCTION COMPANY
     2112 E. Atlantic Blvd.
     Pompano Beach, FL 33062
     Email: lamar@fisherauction.com

           About Spogain Investments

Spogain Investments, LLC with its debtor affiliate, Ramblewood
Properties, Inc. filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. S.D. Fla. Case
Nos. 14-23525, 14-23532) on June 12, 2014, and is represented by
Geoffrey S. Aaronson, Esq., in Miami, Florida.

At the time of filing, Spogain Investments, LLC, had $1,000,000 to
$10,000,000 in estimated assets and $100,000 to $500,000 in
estimated liabilities, while Ramblewood Properties, Inc. had
$1,000,000 to $10,000,000 in estimated assets and $1,000,000 to
$10,000,000 in estimated liabilities.

The petition was signed by Evan Olster, managing member.

Spogain Investments listed Kane & Co Company, P.A., as its largest
unsecured creditor holding a claim of $4,000 for accounting
services.  A full-text copy of the petition is available for free
at http://bankrupt.com/misc/flsb14-23525.pdf

A list of Ramblewood's six largest unsecured creditors is available
for free at http://bankrupt.com/misc/flsb14-23532.pdf


THIRTEEN EAST: Hearing on Cash Collateral Use Set on Oct. 6
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Judge Christopher J. Panos of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Massachusetts continued the hearing on Thirteen East
Main Corporation's cash collateral use to Oct. 6, 2016 at 10:30
a.m.  The deadline for the filing of objections to the Debtor's
cash collateral use is set on Oct. 4, 2016 at 4:30 p.m.

           About Thirteen East Main Corporation

Thirteen East Main Corporation filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy
petition (Bankr. D. Mass. Case No. 16-41294) on July 22, 2016.  The
petition was signed by Nathan Till, president.  The Debtor is
represented by James P. Ehrhard, Esq. at Ehrhard & Associates, PC.
The Debtor estimated assets and liabilities at $100,001 to $500,000
at the time of the filing.  Judge Christopher J. Panos presides
over the case.



THORNBURG MORTGAGE: SEC Drops Several Claims Against Former CEO
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Katy Stech, writing for The Wall Street Journal Pro Bankruptcy,
reported that financial regulators have scaled back their case
against former Thornburg Mortgage Inc. Chief Executive Larry
Goldstone, who ran the country's second-biggest independent
mortgage company until its 2009 collapse into bankruptcy.

According to the report, in court papers, officials from the U.S.
Securities and Exchange Commission said they won't retry Mr.
Goldstone on several alleged securities law violations, dropping
accusations he misled investors about the company's deteriorating
financial health in its 2007 annual report.

In a civil lawsuit filed in March 2012, SEC lawyers accused Mr.
Goldstone of hiding the extent of the New Mexico company's
deteriorating financial condition at the onset of the housing
crisis, the report recalled.  Mr. Goldstone has denied wrongdoing,
the report said.

After a three-week trial in U.S. District Court in Albuquerque,
N.M., earlier this year, a federal jury cleared Mr. Goldstone and
another executive of five counts of securities fraud but failed to
reach a decision on five other others, the report further
recalled.

SEC lawyers will continue to argue Mr. Goldstone's public
statements on Feb. 28, 2008, violated securities law, according to
the court filing, the report related.  They will also argue Mr.
Goldstone and ex-Chief Financial Officer Clarence G. Simmons III
lied to auditors, the report said.

A new trial date has been set for February, WSJ said.

                  About Thornburg Mortgage

Based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Thornburg Mortgage Inc. (NYSE: TMA)
-- http://www.thornburgmortgage.com/-- was a single-family    
residential mortgage lender focused principally on prime and
super-prime borrowers seeking jumbo and super-jumbo adjustable
rate mortgages.  It originated, acquired, and retained investments
in adjustable and variable rate mortgage assets.  Its ARM assets
comprised of purchased ARM assets and ARM loans, including
traditional ARM assets and hybrid ARM assets.

Thornburg Mortgage and its four affiliates filed for Chapter 11
bankruptcy (Bankr. D. Md. Lead Case No. 09-17787) on May 1, 2009.
Thornburg changed its name to TMST, Inc.

Judge Duncan W. Keir is handling the case.  David E. Rice, Esq.,
at Venable LLP, in Baltimore, Maryland, served as counsel to
Thornburg Mortgage.  Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP served as
special counsel.  Jim Murray and David Hilty of Houlihan Lokey
Howard & Zukin Capital, Inc., served as investment banker and
financial advisor.  Protiviti Inc. served as financial advisory
services.  KPMG LLP served as the tax consultant.  Epiq Systems,
Inc., serves claims and noticing agent.  Thornburg disclosed total
assets of $24.4 billion and total debts of $24.7 billion, as of
Jan. 31, 2009.

On Oct. 28, 2009, the Court approved the appointment of Joel I.
Sher as the Chapter 11 Trustee for the Company, TMST Acquisition
Subsidiary, Inc., TMST Home Loans, Inc., and TMST Hedging
Strategies, Inc.  He is represented by his firm, Shapiro Sher
Guinot & Sandler.


TLC HEALTH: Home Health Patients Increases, 14th PCO Report Says
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Linda Scharf, RN, DNS, the Patient Care Ombudsman for TLC Health
Care Network, has filed a Fourteenth Report for the period March
15, 2016 to May 15, 2016.

During the visits conducted on the facilities, there were no
significant changes in the medical surgical unit census or in the
behavioral health unit census from previous visit.  The PCO
continued to receive positive statements by the patients commenting
on the quality of their care. Meanwhile, the damage caused by
previous flooding continues to be repaired.

The census for the Home Care Agency was 163 patients.  There were
76 Certified Home Health Patients and 87 Long Term Home Care
Patients. This represents the continuing increase in the number of
Certified Home Health Patients. The Home Health agency continues to
await the NYS Health Department action on the submitted CON to
expand the services offered by Audiology, Patient Care Assistants,
Respiratory Therapy, and Nutrition.

As a summary of the Report, the PCO mentioned that the facility
continues to concentrate on the needs of its patients. Patients'
reports showed their satisfaction with the care provided by the
facility, and with the availability of supplies, medications and
staff when needed.

                    About TLC Health Network

TLC Health Network filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. W.D.N.Y.
Case No. 13-13294) on Dec. 16, 2013.  The petition was signed by
Timothy Cooper as Chairman of the Board.  The Debtor estimated
assets of at least $10 million and debt of at least $1 million.
Jeffrey A. Dove, Esq., at Menter, Rudin & Trivelpiece, P.C.,
serves
as the Debtor's counsel.  Damon & Morey LLP is the Debtor's
special
health care law and corporate counsel.  The Bonadio Group is the
Debtor's accountants.  Howard P. Schultz & Associates, LLC is the
Debtor's appraiser.

The case is assigned to the Hon. Carl L. Bucki.

A three-member panel composed of Cannon Design, Chautauqua
Opportunities, Inc., and Jamestown Rehab Services has been
appointed as the official unsecured creditors committee.  Bond,
Schoeneck & King, PLLC is the counsel to the Committee.  The
Committee has tapped NextPoint LLC as financial advisor.


TMS INTERNATIONAL: S&P Affirms 'B+' CCR; Outlook Revised to Stable
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S&P Global Ratings affirmed its 'B+' corporate credit rating on
Glassport, Pa.-based TMS International Corp.  At the same time, S&P
revised its outlook on the company to stable from negative.

In addition, S&P raised its rating on the company's senior secured
term loan due 2020 to 'BB-' from 'B+' and S&P's rating on its
senior unsecured notes due 2021 to 'B' from 'B-'.  S&P revised the
recovery rating on the term loan to '2' from '3', which indicates
S&P's expectation for substantial (70% to 90%; at the lower end of
the range) recovery in the event of a payment default.  S&P revised
the recovery rating on the unsecured notes to '5' from '6', which
indicates its expectation for modest (10% to 30%; at the lower end
of the range) recovery in the event of a payment default.

"The stable outlook reflects our view that global steel markets
appear to have stabilized and rebounded in recent months, resulting
in what we view to be improving credit metrics for TMS over the
next 12 months," said S&P Global Ratings analyst Michael Maggi.
For the full year 2016, S&P Global Ratings expects TMS' adjusted
debt to EBITDA to be about 6x, falling to about 5.5x by the end of
2017, while its FFO/debt should remain between 10% and 12% over the
same time period.

S&P could lower its rating on TMS if credit measures deteriorated
such that the company sustained adjusted debt to EBITDA above 8x
and EBITDA interest coverage below 1.5x.  Separately, S&P could
also take a negative rating action if it no longer viewed TMS to be
stronger than its similarly-rated peers, which could occur if TMS'
scale, scope, or credit metrics were to weaken.

Although unlikely over the next 12 months, S&P would consider an
upgrade if TMS can meaningfully increase its scale and reduce its
cash flow volatility while maintaining improved credit measures
such as adjusted leverage below 5x for a sustained period.  This
partially depends on not only continued stabilization in the global
steel industry, but also a strengthening of steel markets, as well
as the company's ability to further expand its geographic and
product diversity.  An upgrade would also likely be predicated upon
improving profitability measures such as EBITDA margins and/or
return on capital.


TTJ ENTERPRISES: 2nd Plan Outline Notes 5% Recovery for Unsecureds
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TTJ Enterprises, LLC, filed with the Bankruptcy Court a Second
Amended Disclosure Statement in support of its Chapter 11 Plan,
revealing Taylor Jeansonne and Trasie Jeansonne Stelly have agreed
to waive any right to receive a distribution under the Plan by
virtue of their Class 3 Gen. Unsecured Claims -- provided that the
Plan is confirmed and the Effective Date occur.  The Jeansonnes'
share of the distribution will be allocated and distributed to
other Class 3 claimants pro rata.

The total estimate of Allowed Class 3 Claims is $3.87 million.

The Second Amended Disclosure relates that the Plan provides for a
5% estimated recovery for Class 3 Claims.

A full-text copy of the Second Amended Disclosure Statement dated
Sept. 16, 2016 is available at:

        http://bankrupt.com/misc/lamb16-10112-108.pdf

                     About TTJ Enterprises

TTJ Enterprises, LLC owns and operates La Grove Plaza, Car Wash,
Market and Lube Center located in the Parish of Ascension,
Louisiana.

TTJ Enterprises filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. M.D. La. Case
No. 16-10112) on Feb. 1, 2016.  Noel Steffes Melancon, Esq., and
William E. Steffes, Esq., at Steffes Vingiello & McKenzie LLC.

In its petition, the Debtor estimated $1 million to $10 million in
both assets and liabilities.  The petition was signed by James
Taylor Jeansonne, president.


UNITED PLASTIC: Can Continue Use of Renasant Bank Cash Collateral
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Judge William R. Sawyer of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle
District of Alabama authorized United Plastic Recycling, Inc. and
United Lands, LLC, to continue using Renasant Bank's cash
collateral.

The use of cash collateral had been continued, from time to time,
until Aug. 30, 2016.  The Debtors related that they have tried to
structure a sale of the business as a going concern.  The Debtors
further related that two potential sales had fallen through and
that they will need additional time to attempt to restructure a
sale.

The Debtors told the Court that a continuing need exists for them
to use cash collateral.  The Debtors further told the Court that
without the use of cash collateral, they will not have funds
necessary to pay payroll, payroll taxes, overhead and other
expenses necessary for the continued operation of their business
and efforts towards a sale or reorganization.

The Debtors were allowed to use an additional amount of $200,000 of
cash collateral to pay Renasant Bank on or before Sept. 15, 2016,
which sum the Bank will use to reduce its total indebtedness.

Judge Sawyer ordered that unless the Debtors have obtained, and
submitted to the Court, a signed Asset Purchase Agreement for the
sale of the assets of the Debtors, the Order will terminate on Oct.
14, 2016, at 5:00 p.m.  He further ordered that if an approved sale
of the assets of the Debtors is not closed by Nov. 15, 2016, the
Order will terminate.

The Debtor was directed to continue making scheduled adequate
protection payments to Renasant Bank in the same amounts, pursuant
to their previous agreement as originally set forth in the Final
Order entered by the Court on Nov. 20, 2015.

A full-text copy of the Order, dated Sept. 22, 2016, is available
at https://is.gd/9Ppncw

Renasant Bank is represented by:

          Charles N. Parnell, Esq.
          PARNELL & CRUM
          641 S Lawrence St.
          Montgomery, AL 36104
          Telephone: (334) 328-3891
          E-mail: amurse@parnellcrum.com

              About United Plastic Recycling, Inc.

United Plastic Recycling, Inc. and affiliate United Lands, LLC,
filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy petitions (Bankr. M.D. Ala. Case No.
15-32928 and 15-32926) on Oct. 16, 2015.  The United Plastic
petition was signed by John A. Bonham, Jr., president.

Judge Dwight H. Williams Jr. Presides over United Lands' case,
while Judge William R. Sawyer presides over United Plastic's case.

James L. Day, Esq., at Memory & Day serves as the Debtors'
bankruptcy counsel.

United Plastic estimated its assets at up to $50,000, and its
liabilities at between $10 million and $50 million.

United Lands estimated its assets at up to $50,000 and its
liabilities at up $50,000.


VALLEJO, CA: Officers Liable to Pay $50K Compensatory Damages  
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In the case captioned JASON EUGENE DEOCAMPO; JESUS SEBASTIAN GRANT;
JAQUEZS TYREE BERRY, Plaintiffs-Appellees, v. JASON POTTS,
individually, and in his capacity as a Vallejo Police Officer; ERIC
JENSEN, individually, and in his capacity as a Vallejo Police
Officer, Defendants-Appellants, and JEREMY PATZER, individually,
and in his capacity as a Vallejo Police Officer, Defendant, No.
14-16192 (9th Cir.), the United States Court of Appeals for the
Ninth Circuit affirmed the district court's denial of the motion
for relief from judgment filed by police officers Jason Potts and
Eric Jensen pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 60(b).

The plaintiffs filed the action on March 30, 2006, against Vallejo,
Vallejo's chief of police, and police officers Potts, Jensen, and
Jeremy Patzer.  The plaintiffs asserted excessive-force and other
constitutional claims against the police officers under 42 U.S.C.
section 1983, Monell claims against Vallejo and its chief of
police, and various state-law causes of action, arising from the
arrest of Jason Eugene Deocampo.  On July 24, 2007, the parties
stipulated to the dismissal with prejudice of plaintiffs' Monell
claims and of Vallejo and its chief of police as defendants.

Subsequently, on May 23, 2008, Vallejo filed for Chapter 9
bankruptcy and the case was stayed for more than four years.

About a week after his case was stayed, Deocampo filed a proof of
claim in Vallejo's pending bankruptcy proceedings.  This stated
that the amount of his claim was $300,000, and the basis for the
claim was "Personal Injury."  The Officers did not file any proofs
of claim in the bankruptcy proceeding, for anticipated indemnity,
defense costs, or otherwise; nor did Vallejo's bankruptcy court
filings list the Officers or any other employees as potential
creditors on the basis of defense or indemnification obligations.

On August 4, 2011, the bankruptcy court entered an order confirming
Vallejo's Second Amended Plan for the Adjustment of Debts, which
became binding on all creditors on November 1, 2011.

The district court lifted the stay on the plaintiffs' case on
August 24, 2012.  The jury returned a special verdict in favor of
Deocampo, finding that the Officers had unreasonably seized
Deocampo by using excessive force against him during the course of
the arrest.  It awarded Deocampo $50,000 in compensatory damages.

The Officers then moved for relief from judgment pursuant to
Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 60(b), contending that the judgment
and fee award were effectively claims against Vallejo that were
subject to adjustment under the Plan.  The district court denied
the Rule 60(b) motion, reasoning that, because Deocampo sought and
obtained relief against the Officers in only their personal, rather
than official, capacities, the Judgment was not discharged by
Vallejo's bankruptcy.  The Officers timely appealed.

The Ninth Circuit recognized that under California law, Vallejo is
generally obligated to indemnify its employees for claims against
them arising from their employment.  However, the Ninth Circuit
held that where the plan confirmed by the bankruptcy court did not
expressly encompass claims or judgments against the city's
employees, the indemnification statutes do not subject such claims
or judgments to adjustment by operation of law nor by the fact of
the public employment itself.

The Ninth Circuit thus affirmed the district court's denial of the
Officers' Rule 60 motion for relief from judgment, and agreed with
the district court that neither the judgment nor attorney's fee
award was discharged by Vallejo's bankruptcy proceedings.

A full-text copy of the appellate court's September 8, 2016 opinion
is available at https://is.gd/Xs4JRw from Leagle.com.

Defendants-Appellants are represented by:

          Austin Byrne Conley, Esq.
          GIBBONS AND CONLEY
          Hookston Square
          3480 Buskirk Ave., Suite 200
          Pleasant Hill, CA 94523
          Tel: (925)932-3600
          Fax: (925)932-1623

            -- and --

          Noah G. Blechman, Esq.
          James V. Fitzgerald, III, Esq.
          MCNAMARA, DODGE, NEY, BEATTY, SLATTERY,
          PFALZER, BORGES & BROTHERS LLP
          1211 Newell Avenue
          Walnut Creek, CA 94596
          Tel: (925)939-5330
          Fax: (925)939-0203
          Email: noah.blechman@mcnamaralaw.com
                 
            -- and --

          Claudia M. Quintana, Esq.
          DEPUTY CITY ATTORNEY, CITY OF VALLEJO
          555 Santa Clara Street
          Vallejo, CA 94590
          Tel: (707)648-4545
          Email: claudia.quintana@cityofvallejo.net

Plaintiffs-Appellees are represented by:

          Ayana Cuevas Curry, Esq.
          John L. Burris, Esq.
          LAW OFFICES OF JOHN L. BURRIS
          Airport Corporate Centre
          7677 Oakport Street, Suite 1120
          Oakland, CA 94621
          Tel: (510)839-5200
          Fax: (510)839-3882

Amici Curiae California State Sheriffs' Association, California
State Police Chiefs' Association, and California Peace Officers'
Association are represented by:

          Krista MacNevin Jee, Esq.
          James R. Touchstone, Esq.
          Martin J. Mayer, Esq.
          LAW OFFICES OF JONES & MAYER
          3777 North Harbor Boulevard
          Fullerton, CA 92835
          Tel: (714)446-1400
          Fax: (714)446-1448
          Email: kmj@jones-mayer.com
                 jrt@jones-mayer.com
                 mjm@jones-mayer.com

                     About Vallejo, California

Vallejo -- http://www.ci.vallejo.ca.us/-- is a city in Solano   
County, California in the United States.  As of the 2000 census,
the city had a total population of 116,760.  It is located in the
San Francisco Bay Area on the northern shore of San Pablo Bay.  It
was named for General Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo.

Vallejo filed for protection under Chapter 9 of the U.S.
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. E.D. Cal. Case No. 08-26813) on May 23,
2008, after it was unable to persuade labor unions to accept
salary concessions as the recession began cutting into local
government tax collections nationwide.  Marc A. Levinson, Esq.,
and Norman C. Hile, Esq., at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP in
Sacramento, California, represented the City.  The city estimated
$500 million to $1 billion in assets and $100 million to $500
million in debts in its petition.  According to Vallejo's
comprehensive annual report for the year ended June 30, 2007, the
city has $983 million in assets and $358 million in debts.

In August 2011, Vallejo was given green light to exit the
municipal reorganization.   The Chapter 9 plan restructures
$50 million of publicly held debt secured by leases on public
buildings.  Although the Plan doesn't affect pensions, it adjusts
the claims and benefits of current and former city employees.

A federal judge released the city of Vallejo from bankruptcy on
Nov. 1, 2011.


VERENGO INC: Selling Substantially All Assets to Crius for $11.9M
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Verengo, Inc., asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of
Delaware to authorize the bidding procedures in connection with the
sale of substantially all assets to Crius Solar Fulfillment, LLC
for $11,900,000, subject to overbid.

Verengo, Inc., is a privately held corporation organized under
Delaware law, headquartered in Torrance, CA with warehouse
operations centers in Anaheim and Valencia, and an operations
center in Phoenix, AZ.  The company's business focuses on the
installation of solar photovoltaic systems and is one of the most
well known and respected brands in residential solar.  Moreover,
the company offers a range of energy-saving products to help users
to conserve the energy generated from their solar systems.  It also
markets and sells solar panels and semiconductor-based micro
inverter systems in the US.

In 2013, the Debtor began to experience quality problems with its
installations in the eastern part of the US.  Eventually, it was
suspended by the New York State Energy Research and Development
Authority, which prevented the Debtor from activating many of its
installed systems until they were reinstalled.  This resulted in
additional costs to the Debtor and reduced cash flow.  In January
2015, all northeast operations were sold to NRG Energy, Inc.;
contemporaneously, Northern and Central California operations were
shut down. In addition, between 2012 and 2016 sales and marketing
expenses for the origination part of the business were excessive
and weighed on the Debtor's cash flow.

In 2016, the Debtor continued to experience reduced cash flow and
strained liquidity as a result.  As such, the Debtor implemented a
focused business-to-business strategy, eliminating the unprofitable
origination business and becoming an engineering, procurement and
construction company.  As a result of these initiatives, the Debtor
reduced year-over-year operating expenditures by $26,000,000
million and indirect costs by $3,900,000.  The Debtor also believes
that its 2016 EBITDA will be positive by December, with 2017's
forecasted cost reductions driven by reduced supply chain costs and
volume increase.  The Debtor projects $2,600,000 of revenue from
new accounts from August through December 2016.

Given the Debtor's inability to independently survive as a going
concern, the board of directors of the Debtor has authorized the
filing of the Chapter 11 Case to pursue a sale of the Debtor's
assets.  In order to fund the continued operations of the Debtor
during the completion of the marketing process, the DIP Lender has
agreed to provide the Debtor with postpetition financing pursuant
to the DIP Credit Agreement.

The Debtor had a line of credit with Bridge Bank with a high
balance of $9,300,000 ("Secured Loan"), which balance was reduced
over time. On July 15, 2016, Bridge delivered a Notice of Default
to the Company as a result of a payment default.  On Aug. 25, 2016,
Bridge froze the account and thereafter funds were swept from the
Company's bank account at Bridge, reducing the principal amount of
the loan to approximately $983,000.  On Aug. 29, 2016, Bridge
delivered a second Notice of Default to the Debtor as a result of
various covenant defaults. Finally, on Aug. 31, 2016, Bridge
delivered a third Notice of Default to the Debtor as a result of
various payment and covenant defaults. Immediately prior to the
Petition Date, the Secured Loan was purchased from Bridge and is
now held by Crius Solar Fulfillment.

As of the Petition Date, the outstanding aggregate principal amount
of the Secured Loan was $2,272,000, which includes protective
advances of $1,272,000 that were funded under the Secured Loan
immediately prior to the Petition Date.

CPF Asset Management, LLC, now known as Spruce Finance loaned
$8,500,000 to the Debtor via the: (i) CPF Loan Addendum to Standard
Master Installer Contract dated May 9, 2014; (ii) Restated and
Amended CPF Loan Addendum to Standard Master Installer Contract
dated June 27, 2014; (iii) Second Restated and Amended CPF Loan
Addendum to Standard Master Installer Contract dated Sept. 12,
2014; (iv) First Amendment to Second Restated and Amended CPF Loan
Addendum to Standard Master Installer Contract dated Jan. 6, 2015;
(v) Third Restated and Amended CPF Loan Addendum to Standard Master
Installer Contract dated Sept. 23, 2015; and (vi) First Amendment
to Third Restated and Amended CPF Loan Addendum to Standard Master
Installer Contract dated Dec. 2, 2015 ("Spruce Loans").  Interest
is accruing on the Spruce Loans but no principal payments have been
made.  The Company believes the Spruce Loans to be junior to the
Bridge Bank Loan.  Immediately prior to the Petition Date, the
Spruce Loans were also acquired by Crius Solar Fulfillment.

Additional secured notes ("Senior Notes"), believed to be junior to
both the Bridge Bank Loan and the Spruce Loan, are: (i) Angeleno in
the amount $ 11,089,848; (ii) ClearSky in the amount of
$11,089,848; (iii) Arnold Fishman in the amount of $422,191; (iv)
BainBridge Partners in the amount of $133,460; (v) Org Bowen
Campbell & Lauren Bishop in the amount of $10,639; and (vi) Bishop
Living Trust in the amount of $218,695.

The Debtor has entered into a DIP Credit Agreement with Crius Solar
Fulfillment ("DIP Lender") and is seeking Court authorization for
the Debtor to obtain debtor-in-possession financing in the form of
a revolving credit facility in the aggregate principal amount of up
to $2,000,000 ("DIP Credit Facility") on the terms and conditions
set forth therein.

In complement to the Debtor's internal restructuring, the Debtor
engaged Roth Capital Partners, LLC as an M&A Advisor in April 2016.
Specifically, Roth was engaged to analyze the Debtor with respect
to a valuation of the company, identify potential third party
acquirers, and assist in structuring any transaction.  Based on its
knowledge of the solar industry, Roth executed a targeted outreach
effort to groups it felt were well qualified as potential
acquirers. Despite these efforts, none of these discussions
resulted in a transaction.  In September 2016, the Debtor
terminated Roth.

The Debtor requests authority to solicit bids for the assets
utilizing the Bidding Procedures.  The Bidding Procedures describe,
among other things, the assets to be sold, the manner in which bids
become qualified bids, the coordination of diligence efforts among
potential bidders, the Debtor, and its advisors and management, the
receipt and negotiation of bids received, the conduct of any
auction, and the selection and approval of the successful bidder.

The Bidding Procedures were developed consistent with the Debtor's
competing needs to expedite the sale process and promote
participation and active bidding.  Moreover, the Bidding Procedures
reflect the Debtor's objective of conducting the auction in a
controlled, but fair and open, fashion.  As a result, the Debtor
has concluded that the sale of its assets pursuant to Section 363
of the Bankruptcy Code with an open and competitive auction process
will maximize the value of its assets for the benefit of
creditors.

The Debtor solicited a pre-auction bid from Crius Solar Fulfillment
resulting in the Debtor's entry into a stalking horse agreement
("Stalking Horse Agreement") with Crius Solar Fulfillment
("Stalking Horse Purchaser").  The members of Crius Solar
Fulfillment are Crius Energy Corp., Angeleno Investors
III—Verengo Solar, L.P., ClearSky Funding I, LLC, and Spruce.
Crius Solar Fulfillment was formed on or about Sept. 22, 2016 to
pursue the acquisition of the Secured Loan and the provision of the
DIP Credit Facility, as well as to serve as the stalking horse
purchaser of the Debtor's assets.  In connection with the formation
of Crius Solar Fulfillment, Angeleno, ClearSky and Spruce
contributed their holdings of the Spruce Loans and the Senior Notes
held by them to Crius Solar Fulfillment.

Crius Solar Fulfillment intends to credit bid $11,700,000 comprised
of (i) the amount outstanding under the DIP Credit Agreement at the
time of closing, plus (ii) the amount of the Secured Loan totaling
$2,272,000, plus (iii) such amount of Senior Notes necessary to
total, when combined with the credit bid amounts from clauses (iv)
and (v), $11,700,000, for the purchase of all or substantially all
of the Debtor's assets.

The Debtor intends to retain SSG Advisors, LLC, as its investment
banker to, among other things, shop around the stalking horse
purchaser's offer in an effort to achieve the highest bid for the
Debtor's assets.

The Debtor proposes this timeline:

   a. Bidding Procedures: Hearing Within 24 days of the Petition
Date
   b. Objection Deadline in Connection with Sale of Purchased
Assets and Cure Amounts: Within 48 days of the Petition Date
   c. Bid Deadline: Within 50 days of the Petition Date
   d. Auction Date (if necessary): Within 52 days of the Petition
Date
   e. Sale Hearing: Within 55 days of the Petition Date

Absent a prompt sale pursuant to the proposed procedures and
timeline, the Debtor believes that the going concern value of the
Purchased Assets may be significantly compromised, rendering the
possibility of a sale unlikely.  The Debtor therefore submits that
the proposed timeline is more than sufficient to complete a fair
and open process that will maximize value for the Debtor's assets
while at the same time preserve the going concern value.

In recognition of the Stalking Horse Purchaser's expenditure of
time, energy, and resources, the Debtor has agreed that if the
Stalking Horse Purchaser is not the successful bidder, the Debtor
will pay the Stalking Horse Purchaser an amount in cash equal to
(i) $475,000 ("Breakup Fee") plus (ii) the aggregate amount of the
reasonable, actual, and necessary, out-of-pocket expenses paid or
incurred by the Stalking Horse Purchaser and its affiliates
relating to or in connection with its bid ("Expense
Reimbursement"), subject to a cap of $175,000.

The Debtor has further agreed that its obligation to pay the
Breakup Fee and Expense Reimbursement pursuant to the Stalking
Horse Agreement will (i) survive termination of the Stalking Horse
Agreement, (ii) to the extent owed by the Debtor, constitute an
administrative expense claim under Section 503(b) of the Bankruptcy
Code, and (iii) be payable within 2 business days under the terms
and conditions of the Stalking Horse Agreement and the Bidding
Procedures Order, notwithstanding Section 507(a).

The Debtor submits it is an exercise of its sound business judgment
to assume and assign, as the case may be, the assigned contracts to
the Stalking Horse Purchaser or Successful Bidder, as the case may
be, in connection with the consummation of the sale, and that the
assumption and assignment of the assigned contracts is in the best
interests of the Debtor, its estate, its creditors, and all parties
in interest.  The Debtor further submits that the proposed
Assumption and Assignment Procedures, including the form of Cure
Notice, are appropriate and reasonably tailored to provide
counterparties to the assigned contracts with adequate notice of
the proposed assumption and assignment as well as proposed cure
costs, if any.  The Debtor believes that implementation of the
Assumption and Assignment Procedures is appropriate under the
circumstances and should be approved.

A copy of the Bidding Procedures, the Stalking Horse Agreement, and
Assumption and Assignment Procedures attached to the Motion is
available for free at:

      http://bankrupt.com/misc/Verengo_Inc_13_Sales.pdf

The Debtor intends to present the successful bid and the back-up
bid, as the case may be, for approval by the Court pursuant to the
provisions of Sections 105, 363 and 365 of the Bankruptcy Code at
the Sale Hearing to be scheduled by the Court.  The Debtor
respectfully requests that any such Sale Hearing be scheduled no
later than 55 days following the Petition Date.  The Debtor further
requests that any and all objections to the relief to be considered
at the Sale Hearing be filed 7 days prior to the Sale Hearing.

Because of the potentially diminishing value of the purchased
assets, the Debtor needs the flexibility to close the sale promptly
after all closing conditions have been met or waived.  The Debtor
requests that the Court waive the 14-day stay period under
Bankruptcy Rules 6004(h) and 6006(d).

The Purchaser:

          CRIUS SOLAR FULFILLMENT, LLC
          c/o Crius Energy, LLC
          1055 Washington Blvd., Floor 7
          Stamford, CT 06901
          Attn: Chief Legal Officer
          E-mail:bclay@criusenergy.com

The Purchaser is represented by:

          Mark Getachew, Essq.
          Paul Shalhoub, Esq.
          WILLKIE FARR & GALLAGHER LLP
          787 Seventh Avenue
          New York, NY 10019
          E-mail: mgetachew@willkie.com
                  pshalhoub@willkie.com

Proposed Attorneys for Debtor:

          Scott D. Cousins, Esq.
          Evan T. Miller, Esq.
          BAYARD, P.A.
          222 Delaware Avenue, Suite 900
          Wilmington, DE 19801
          Telephone: (302) 655-5000
          Facsimile: (302) 658-6395
          E-mail: scousins@bayardlaw.com
                  emiller@bayardlaw.com

                       About Verengo, Inc.

Verengo, Inc. is a privately held corporation organized under
Delaware law, headquartered in Torrance, CA with warehouse
operations centers in Anaheim and Valencia, and an operations
center in Phoenix, AZ. It originated from Ken Button and Randy
Bishop's purchase of Gemstar Builders in February 2008, which was
subsequently renamed Verengo Solar, a doing business as of Verengo,
Inc.  The company's business focuses on the installation of solar
photovoltaic systems and is one of the most well known and
respected brands in residential solar.  Moreover, the company
offers a range of energy-saving products to help users to conserve
the energy generated from their solar systems. It also markets and
sells solar panels and semiconductor-based micro inverter systems
in the United States.  As of August 2016, it has installed 19,800
systems.  One its key strategic initiatives going forward is
coupling energy storage with solar and it expects to be a leader in
this segment by the time the market matures.

Following the company's inception, operations were opened in
California, New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut. In February
2015, however, all northeast operations were sold to NRG Energy,
Inc.; contemporaneously, Northern and Central California operations
were shut down. Notwithstanding, the it remains the largest
Southern California-based residential solar provider and its
current business focus is California; and its processes,
operations, and supply chain are scalable for expansion into
additional geographies.

For the year ending Dec. 31, 2015, the Vwrengo achieved
$82 million in revenue and 3,200 installations.  Notwithstanding,
the company found itself experiencing reduced cash flow in 2016 and
strained liquidity as a result.

Verengo, Inc., sought Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. D. Del. Case
No. 16-12098) on Sept. 23, 2016.


VERENGO INC: Wants Approval for $22-Mil. Crius Solar DIP Loan
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Verengo, Inc., asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of
Delaware for authorization to obtain postpetition financing from
Crius Solar Fulfillment, LLC and to continue using cash
collateral.

The Debtor seeks to obtain debtor-in-possession financing in the
form of a revolving credit facility in the aggregate principal
amount of up to $2,000,000.

The Debtor is indebted to Crius Solar Fulfullment, as First Lien
Lender, under the First Lien Business Financing Agreement.  The
Debtor is also indebted to Crius Solar Fulfillment, as Second Lien
Lender, under the Second Lien Note Purchase Agreements.

The relevant terms, among others, of the DIP Facility are:

     (1) Interest Rate: 12% per annum;

     (2) Default Interest Rate: 2% in excess of applicable interest
rate;

     (3) Maturity: The earlier of (a) the date a plan is
consummated in the chapter 11 case of the Debtor, (b) the date of
consummation of a sale of all or substantially all of the assets of
the Debtor, or (c) December 31, 2016;

     (4) Grant of Priority or Lien on Property of Estate: The DIP
Lender is granted Superpriority Claims and DIP Liens, which
include: a first-priority lien on the Unencumbered Property, a
second-priority lien on Non-Primed Liens, and a first priority
senior priming lien on all Prepetition Collateral.  The
Superpriority Claim in favor of the DIP Lender will be senior to
all claims except for the Carve-Out.  The DIP Liens also will be
senior to the Prepetition Secured Parties’ Adequate Protection
Liens.

     (5) Adequate Protection or Priority for Prepetition Claims:
The Prepetition Secured Parties are granted Adequate Protection
Liens and 507(b) Claims.  The Adequate Protection Liens will be
junior to the DIP Liens.

The Debtor's DIP Budget covers the period beginning Sept. 23, 2016,
and ending on Dec. 31, 2016.  The Budget provides for total
operating disbursements in the amount of $7,114,000 and total
bankruptcy costs in the amount of $984,000.

The Debtor relates that given its inability to independently
survive as a going concern, the board of directors of the Debtor
has authorized the filing of the Chapter 11 case to pursue a sale
of the Debtor's assets.  The Debtor further relates that in order
to fund the continued operations of the Debtor during the
completion of the marketing process, the DIP Lender has agreed to
provide the Debtor with the DIP Facility pursuant to the DIP
Documents and the DIP Orders.

The Debtor tells the Court that it has entered into a stalking
horse purchase agreement with Crius Solar Fulfillment.  The Debtor
further tells the Court that Crius Solar Fulfillment intends to
credit bid $11.7 million comprised of:

    (i) the amount outstanding under the DIP Credit Agreement at
the time of closing; plus

    (ii) the amount of the Secured Loan totaling $2,272,000; plus

    (iii) such amount of Senior Notes  necessary to total, when
combined with the credit bid amounts from clauses (i) and (ii),
$11.7 million, for the purchase of all or substantially all of
Verengo's assets.

The Debtor intends to seek approval of certain bid protections and
bidding procedures to complete the marketing process and ensure
that the Debtor realizes the highest and best value for its
assets.

A full-text copy of the Debtor's Motion, dated Sept. 23, 2016, is
available at
http://tinyurl.com/jug7zzv

A full-text copy of the DIP Credit Agreement, dated Sept. 23, 2016,
is available at http://tinyurl.com/h4mzz8k

A full-text copy of the DIP Budget, dated Sept. 23, 2016, is
available at
http://tinyurl.com/jftqyzv

Verengo, Inc., is represented by:

         Scott D. Cousins, Esq.
         Evan T. Miller, Esq.
         BAYARD, P.A.
         222 Delaware Avenue, Suite 900
         Wilmington, DE 19801
         Telephone: (302) 655-5000
         E-mail: scousins@bayardlaw.com
                 emiller@bayardlaw.com

                 About Verengo, Inc.

Verengo, Inc., filed a chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D. Del. Case No.
16-12098-BLS) on Sept. 23, 2016.  The Debtor is represented by
Scott D. Cousins, Esq. and Evan T. Miller, Esq., at Bayard, P.A.

The Debtor is a privately held corporation organized under Delaware
law, headquartered in Torrance, CA with an operations center in
Phoenix, AZ.  The Debtor originated from Ken Button and Randy
Bishop’s purchase of Gemstar Builders in February 2008, which was
subsequently renamed Verengo Solar, a d/b/a of Verengo, Inc.  The
Debtor’s business focuses on the installation of solar
photovoltaic systems and is one of the most well-known and
respected brands in residential solar.  Moreover, the Debtor offers
a range of energy-saving products to help users to conserve the
energy generated from their solar systems.  The Debtor also markets
and sells solar panels and semiconductor-based micro inverter
systems in the United States.


VICTOR JONES: Plan Outline to be Heard on Oct. 24
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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Ohio will convene a
hearing on Oct. 24, 2016, at 1:30 p.m., to determine the adequacy
of the Disclosure Statement in support of the Plan of
Reorganization filed by Victor Stephen Jones.

D. Blair Clark, of 1513 Tyrell Lane, Suite 130, in Boise, Idaho,
represent the Debtor.

Victor Stephen Jones sought bankruptcy protection (Bankr. D. Idaho
Case No. 15-01671) on December 28, 2015.



WANDA MENDEZ: Plan Confirmation Hearing Set for Nov. 1
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John K. Olson of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern
District of Florida will convene a hearing to consider confirmation
of Wanda Mendez's Plan of Reorganization on Nov. 1, 2016, at 10:30
a.m., United States Bankruptcy Court, 299 East Broward Boulevard,
Courtroom 301, in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33301.

Parties have until Oct. 18, 2016, to (i) file objections to
confirmation of the Plan, and (ii) file ballots accepting or
rejecting the Plan.

Sept. 22, 2016 is the last day for filing and serving objections to
claims.

Wanda Mendez sought bankruptcy protection (Bankr. S.D. Fla. Case
No. 15-19535) on May 27, 2015.  The Debtor is an individual who is
the owner and operator of AAA Deaf Corp., a Florida corporation
that provides translation and interpretation services for deaf
individuals.  Ms. Mendez and others under contract with the
corporation, interpret and translate from English and Spanish to
American sign language.  The business was started in 2009.


WD WOLVERINE: Moody's Assigns B3 CFR; Outlook Stable
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Moody's Investors Service assigned a B3 Corporate Family Rating and
B3-PD Probability of Default Rating to WD Wolverine Holdings, LLC.
This issuer is the borrowing entity for WellDyneRx, a privately
held pharmacy benefit manager.  At the same time, Moody's assigned
a B2 rating to company's senior secured first lien term loan and
bank revolving credit facility, and a Caa2 to its second lien term
loan.  The rating outlook on all ratings is stable.  Proceeds from
this offering will be used to partially finance Carlyle Group's
acquisition of WellDyneRx from WellDyne Holding Corporation.

Ratings assigned:

WD Wolverine Holdings, LLC

  Corporate Family Rating at B3
  Probability of Default Rating at B3-PD
  First Lien Revolver at B2 (LGD 3)
  First Lien Term Loan at B2 (LGD 3)
  Second Lien Term Loan at Caa2 (LGD 5)

The outlook on all ratings is stable.

                          RATINGS RATIONALE

"WD Wolverine's B3 rating reflects its very high leverage, and its
position as a very small, relatively new player in a PBM sector
dominated by three large players," said Diana Lee, a Moody's Senior
Credit Officer.  "But, we expect new client wins and new vendor
contracts to help it deleverage and achieve positive free cash
flow," continued Lee.  Initial debt/EBITDA will be about 7.1 times
(including new client wins and cost savings that are effective
during the second half of 2016).

WD Wolverine Holding's B3 CFR reflects the company's very high
leverage.  The rating also reflects the company's short operating
history as a full-service pharmacy benefit manager (PBM) and its
small size relative to the other players in a market which is
dominated by three PBMs: Express Scripts, CVS Health and OptumRx
(part of health insurer UnitedHealth Group).  In the past, WD
Wolverine was a niche player, targeting small customers interested
in its specialty and mail order services.  Since 2014, it has more
than doubled the number of members it covers by entering the full
service PBM market.  It will face more competition, however, as it
expands to mid-size customers, who are also a target of larger
PBMs.  Further, margins will come down as the company seeks to
attract larger clients beyond its small customers that contracted
for its legacy businesses.  Going forward, positive free cash flow
will depend on growth in earnings associated with new clients as
well as working capital improvements associated with new vendor
contracts.

The stable rating outlook reflects Moody's belief that WD Wolverine
will deleverage as profits rise from new client wins and recent
cost savings initiatives.  Further, the outlook reflects Moody's
expectation that the company will generate positive free cash flow
as a new vendor contract reduces working capital needs. The ratings
could be upgraded if the company can demonstrate a longer track
record as a full-service PBM by continued gains in new clients, and
can improve profits and free cash flow.  Moody's would also need to
see debt/EBITDA sustained below 5.0 times before considering an
upgrade.  The ratings could be downgraded if the company's free
cash flow turns negative due to higher than expected working
capital needs, experiences sales or profit declines, or does not
deleverage.  Specifically, ratings could be downgraded if
debt/EBITDA is sustained above 6.0 times.

WD Wolverine's liquidity over the upcoming year will be sufficient,
aided by positive free cash flow but some potential for revolver
draws due to timing of working capital needs. Although there will
be a springing net leverage covenant under its revolver, both its
first and second lien facilities will not be subject to financial
covenants.

The principal methodology used in these ratings was that for the
Distribution and Supply Chain Services Industry published in
December 2015.

WD Wolverine Holdings, LLC is the borrowing entity for WellDyneRx,
a privately owned independent PBM headquartered in Lakeland,
Florida.  The company operates three main business segments -- a
commercial/consumer PBM, a mail order and specialty pharmacy, as
well as a discount card business.  Carlyle Group expects to acquire
WellDyneRx in the fourth quarter of 2016.


WEIGHT WATCHERS: Egan-Jones Cuts Commercial Paper Rating to C
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Egan-Jones Ratings Company downgraded on Aug. 29, 2016, the rating
on commercial paper issued by Weight Watchers International Inc. to
C from B.



WESTPORT HOLDINGS: Wants to Use CPIF Cash Collateral
----------------------------------------------------
Westport Holdings Tampa, Limited Partnership, and Westport Holdings
Tampa II, Limited Partnership ask the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Middle District of Florida for authorization to use cash
collateral.

CPIF Lending, LLC, loaned approximately $9,500,000 to the Debtors,
of which the entire amount is still the approximate current
principal balance owed on CPIF's loan.  The obligations owed to
CPIF are secured by mortgages on and security interests in real and
personal property owned by the Debtors.

The Debtors request authority to use cash collateral immediately to
pay operating expenses necessary to continue the operation of the
Debtors' businesses, to maximize the return on their assets, and to
otherwise avoid irreparable harm and injury to their businesses and
their estates.  The Debtors seek the use of cash collateral to pay
amounts necessary to protect residents or provide the residents
with a high quality of care.

The Debtors' proposed Budgets cover a period of four weeks and
provide for total payables in the amount of $928,611.

In the event that a creditor asserts a lien on cash collateral, in
exchange for the Debtors’ ability to use cash collateral in the
operation of its businesses, the Debtors propose to grant, as
adequate protection, to the creditor a replacement lien equal in
extent, validity, and priority to the lien held by the creditor as
of the Petition Date.  The Debtors assert that any interests of
creditors will be adequately protected by replacement lien.

If allowed to use cash collateral, the Debtors believe that they
can stabilize their business operations and maintain going concern
value pending a sale of their assets.  The Debtors contend that if
they were not allowed to use cash collateral, their business
operations will cease, which will significantly reduce the value of
the Debtor’s assets.

A full-text copy of the Debtor's Motion, dated Sept. 22, 2016, is
available at http://tinyurl.com/h2o3ufg

Westport Holdings Tampa, Limited Partnership and Westport Holdings
Tampa II, Limited Partnership are represented by:

          Scott A. Stichter, Esq.
          Stephen R. Leslie, Esq.
          STICHTER RIEDEL BLAIN & POSTLER, P.A.
          110 East Madison Street, Suite 200
          Tampa, FL 33602
          Telephone: (813) 229-0144
          E-mail: sstichter@srbp.com
                  aharris@srbp.com
              
                About Westport Holdings Tampa

Westport Holdings Tampa, dba University Village, is a care
retirement community in Tampa, Florida.  It offers residents
villas, apartments, an assisted living facility and a skilled
nursing care center for their end of life needs.

Westport Holdings Tampa, Limited Partnership and Westport Holdings
Tampa II, Limited Partnership filed chapter 11 petitions (Bankr.
M.D. Fla. Case Nos. 8:16-bk-8167-MGW and 8:16-bk-8168-MGW) on
September 22, 2016.  The Debtors are represented by Scott A.
Stichter, Esq. and Stephen R. Leslie, Esq., at Stichter Riedel
Blain & Postler, P.A.


WILLIAM COLE: Proposes to Pay $15K to Unsecured Creditors
---------------------------------------------------------
William and Milagros Cole on Sept. 15 filed with the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the District of Massachusetts a Chapter 11
plan of reorganization that proposes to pay $15,000 to unsecured
creditors.

Under the plan, holders of Class 5 unsecured claims will receive
pro-rata payment of $3,000 on an annual basis for five years
beginning on the effective date of the plan for a total of $15,000
or an 11% dividend.

Prior to the hearing on confirmation of the plan, the disbursing
agent will receive from the Debtors $10,000 to pay claims on the
effective date.

The source of payments includes the Debtors' employment income,
rental income, and funds accumulated by the Debtors during the
pendency of their bankruptcy case, according to the disclosure
statement explaining the plan.

A copy of the disclosure statement is available for free at
https://is.gd/1Nqb7f

                         About The Coles

William Cole and Milagros Cole sought Chapter 11 protection (Bankr.
D. Mass. Case No. 16-11695) on May 3, 2016.  The Debtors are
represented by Michael Van Dam, Esq., at Van Dam Law LLP.


WINDMILL RESERVE: Employs Rosenbaum Sobel as Accountant
-------------------------------------------------------
Windmill Reserve Corp. seeks authorization from the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the Southern District of Florida to employ Rosenbaum
Sobel LLC as accountant, nunc pro tunc to the September 9, 2016
petition date.

The Debtor requires Rosenbaum Sobel to (a) prepare the 2014, 2015
Federal S Corporation Income Tax Returns and all subsequent years
during the case; (b) consult with the Curator and Attorneys
regarding any tax or accounting issues that arise; and (c) perform
any other services that the Curator and Attorneys require or
request.

Rosenbaum Sobel will be paid at these hourly rates:

         Steven R. Rosenbaum, CPA, CFF      $300
         Other Partners                     $200-$300
         Staff Accountants                  $75-$175

Rosenbaum Sobel will also be reimbursed for reasonable
out-of-pocket expenses incurred.

Rosenbaum Sobel estimates that fees for the preparation of the 2014
and 2015 tax returns will be approximately $10,000.

Steven R. Rosenbaum, member of Rosenbaum Sobel, assured the Court
that the firm is a "disinterested person" as the term is defined in
Section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code and does not represent any
interest adverse to the Debtors and their estates.

Rosenbaum Sobel can be reached at:

         Steven R. Rosenbaum
         ROSENBAUM SOBEL, LLC
         900 South Pine Island Road
         Plantation, FL 33324
         Tel.: (954) 744-8440
         Fax: (954) 744-8441
         Email: srosenbaum@theflacpa.com

               About Windmill Reserve

Windmill Reserve Corp., fka Estates of Swan Lake Corp., is a
Florida corporation that owns and developed the "Windmill Reserve"
community in Weston, Florida.  "Windmill Reserve" consists of 94
single family home sites, 72 of which have been sold and improved.
The Debtor holds title to 22 lots in the community.  The Debtor
also owns two lots used for mitigation and located in Miramar,
Florida.

The Debtor filed a voluntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition (Bankr.
S.D. Fla. Case No. 16-20986) on Aug. 8, 2016.  The petition was
signed by Philip J. Von Kahle as president. The Debtor listed total
assets of $15.53 million and total debts of $42.89 million.  Berger
Singerman LLP serves as the Debtor's counsel.  The case is assigned
to Judge Raymond B Ray.


WORLD OF WOOD: Wants to Use Access National Bank Cash Collateral
----------------------------------------------------------------
World of Wood, Ltd. asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern
District of Virginia for authorization to use Access National
Bank's cash collateral.

The Debtor says that it is indebted to Access National Bank in the
amount of approximately $139,000.  The Debtor further says that the
monthly payment under the ANB Note is approximately $3,400, and
that the Debtor is current on the payments due under the ANB Note.
The Debtor adds that the ANB Note is secured by a lien on the
Debtor’s inventory, chattel paper, accounts, equipment and
general intangibles.

The Debtor tells the Court that Access National Bank's interest is
adequately protected by the equity cushion between the amount of
Access National Bank's secured claim and the value of the assets
securing the claim.

The Debtor proposes to continue paying the monthly payments due
under the ANB Note, in the amount of $3,400 per month, and grant a
replacement lien on the replacement inventory and cash.

A full-text copy of the Interim Order dated September 19, 2016 is
available at https://is.gd/Awi7lt


                     About World of Wood, Ltd.        

World of Wood, Ltd. dba Hardwood Aritsans filed a Chapter 11
petition (Bankr. E.D. Va. Case No. 16-13186), on September 19,
2016. The petition was signed by Curtis Smay, co-CEO.  The case is
assigned to Judge Brian F. Kenney.  The Debtor is represented by
Christopher L. Rogan, Esq. at ROGANMILLERZIMMERMAN, PLLC.  The
Debtor disclosed $320,649 in total assets and $4.23 million in
total liabilities.  The petition was signed by Curtis Smay,
co-CEO.

A copy of the Debtor's list of 20 largest unsecured creditors is
available for free at http://bankrupt.com/misc/vaeb16-13186.pdf

No trustee or creditors committee has been appointed in this case.


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