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              Monday, March 27, 2017, Vol. 21, No. 85

                            Headlines

23 FARMS: Has Interim Nod to Use Cash Collateral Until April 7
362 ROUTE 108: U.S. Trustee Tries to Block Disclosures Okay
611 COMMERCIAL: Plan Confirmation Hearing Set for May 4
A.C.M. HOME: Wants to Use IRS Cash Collateral
ABC DISPOSAL: Plan Confirmation Hearing on April 26

ABERDEEN MEDICAL: Plan Confirmation Hearing on April 27
ACTIVECARE INC: Amends S-1 Prospectus for 680,000 Units
ADVANCED COLLISION: Has Final Authority to Use Cash Collateral
ADVANCED IRONWORKS: U.S. Trustee Unable to Appoint Committee
ADVANCED MICRO: Extends BofA Facility Maturity Date to 2022

ADVANCED PAIN: Hires Kaplan & Partners as Bankruptcy Counsel
AEMETIS INC: Registers Add'l 655,192 Shares Under 2007 Plan
AEMETIS INC: Reports $15.6 Million 2016 Net Loss
ALASKA HARVEST: Hires Behrends, Carson & Covington as Attorney
ALLY FINANCIAL: Expects Portfolio Profitability to Further Improve

ALPHA SODA: Case Summary & 12 Unsecured Creditors
AMERICAN TIRE: Moody's Rates Proposed $100MM Sr. Notes at Caa2
ANDRA'S REDEMPTION: Hires Rosenberg Musso as Attorney
AP&E PROPERTIES: May Use BB&T's Cash Collateral Until May 1
AQUION ENERGY: Seeks to Hire Morgan Lewis as Special Counsel

AVAYA INC: Committee Taps Alvarez & Marsal as Financial Advisor
AVAYA INC: Committee Taps Jefferies as Investment Banker
AVAYA INC: Committee Taps Morrison & Foerster as Legal Counsel
AYTU BIOSCIENCE: Sold Acerus Shares for $1.1 Million
AYTU BIOSCIENCE: VP Jonathan McGrael's Employment Terminated

AZURE MIDSTREAM: Winding Down Oil and Gas Business
BALDWIN PARK: Case Summary & 20 Largest Unsecured Creditors
BARIA AND SONS: Oppenhuizen to Serve as Lead Bankruptcy Counsel
BAYTEX ENERGY: Moody's Hikes Corporate Family Rating to B3
BCDG LP: TASS Enterprises No Longer Member of Committee

BECKFORD GROUP: Plan Confirmation Hearing on April 27
BIOSCRIP INC: Files Registration Statement for 3.3M Shares
BIOSCRIP INC: Files Registration Statement of 7 Million Shares
BIOSCRIP INC: Registers Additional 5,250,000 shares of Common Stock
BIOSTAGE INC: Reports 2016 Net Loss of $11.5 Million

BLACK KNIGHT: Moody's Raises Corporate Family Rating to Ba2
BONANZA CREEK: Ad Hoc Equity Committee & Cigna Try to Block Plan OK
BREVARD EYE: April 20 Patient Care Ombudsman Appointment Set
BREVARD SURGERY: April 20 Patient Care Ombudsman Appointment Set
BRIDGE CORNER STONE: Court Confirms Chapter 11 Liquidation Plan

BROOKS FURNITURE: Wants to Employ Dickensheet to Auction Furniture
BRUCE FINDER: Has Interim OK to Use Cash Collateral Until April 22
BURGESS MACHINERY: May Use Cash Collateral Until April 26
BUY WHOLESALE: To Sell Nashville Property to Fund Chapter 11 Plan
C & S COMPANY: FDIC Renews Opposition to Cash Collateral Use

C & S COMPANY: Hearing on Cash Collateral Use Set for March 29
CALIFORNIA RESOURCES: Actively Pursuing Exploration Joint Ventures
CATASYS INC: Expands Coverage of OnTrak-C Solution to Texas
CENTORBI LLC: Plan Filing Deadline Extended to April 17
CHANNEL TECHNOLOGIES: Sale of Property to Sonatech for $329K Okayed

CHESTER COMMUNITY: Fitch Cuts Rating on $52.3MM Revenue Bonds to B-
CHIEFTAIN SAND: Mammoth Emerges as Winning Bidder for Assets
CHINA FISHERY: Hires Klestadt Winters as Conflicts Counsel
CHINA FISHERY: Seeks to Hire Weil Gotshal as Lead Counsel
CHRIST'S HOUSEHOLD: Plan Confirmation Hearing on April 27

CIVIC PARTNERS: May Use Cash Collateral Until May 30
CLEAVER-BROOKS INC: Moody's Affirms B2 Corporate Family Rating
COCRYSTAL PHARMA: CFO Resignation Causes Form 10-K Filing Delay
COLOGNE ACADEMY: S&P Lowers Rating on 2014A/B Lease Bonds to BB+
CONCORDIA INTERNATIONAL: Updates Company Code of Conduct

CONGO CORPORATION: Obtains 75-Day Extension of Plan Filing Deadline
COOK INVESTMENTS: To Reject Green Haven Lease in Latest Exit Plan
COVENANT PLASTICS: Hires Margaret McClure as Attorney
CRAIG WALKER: Selling Westcliffe Property, Hiring Custer as Broker
CREEKSIDE CANCER CARE: Can Use Bank Cash Collateral Until June 30

CUMBERLAND VALLEY: Taps Berkshire Hathaway as Real Estate Broker
CUMULUS MEDIA: Elects Crestview & Dickeys Designates to Board
DAKOTA PLAINS: Allowed to Continue Using Cash Collateral
DEWEY & LEBOEUF: Ex-Directors Admit to Reversing Accounting Entries
DIAMOND US: Moody's Affirms B2 Corporate Family rating

DOWLING COLLEGE: Hires Hilco Streambank as Broker
ELBARDI INT'L PLA: Plan Outline Hearing on April 20
EMPRESA LOCAL: Selling Ponce Property to Furiel for $146K
ESSAR STEEL: Chapter 11 Plan Not Feasible Without DNR Leases
ESSEX CONSTRUCTION: Banks Ask Court to Revoke Cash Collateral Use

EXCO RESOURCES: S&P Raises CCR to 'CCC-'; Outlook Negative
EXELON CORP: Fitch Affirms BB+ Junior Subordinated Debt Rating
FARMACIA SAN JUSTO: Unsecureds to be Paid 45% Under Latest Plan
FASHION'S LITTLE: Needs Authorization for Cash Collateral Use
FINJAN HOLDINGS: Gets 3 Favorable Final Written PTAB Decisions

FINJAN HOLDINGS: Gets Three Favorable Final Written PTAB Decisions
FINJAN HOLDINGS: To Host Year-End Shareholder Update Call
FIRST WIVES: Seeks to Hire Hunt Jackson as Accountant
FLY NATION: Wants Authorization for Cash Collateral Use
FORMOSA PLANTATION: Rives Buying Tensas Parish Property for $100K

FOUR DIA: Hires Brian Depalma as Expert Witness
GAGAN OIL LLC: Allowed to Use Cash Collateral on Interim Basis
GANDER MOUNTAIN: Tiger, Great American to Handle Liquidation Sales
GANDER MOUNTAIN: Wants to Obtain DIP Financing, Use Cash Collateral
GARRETSON TILE: Taps Lawrence G. Frank as Legal Counsel

GASTAR EXPLORATION: Closes Acquisition of STACK Leasehold
GENERAL WIRELESS: Seeks Authorization to Use Cash Collateral
GILLESPIE OFFICE: Unsecureds to Recoup 100% Over 10 Years
GORDMANS STORES: Wants Authority to Use Wells Fargo Cash Collateral
GREAT BASIN: Incurs $89.1 Million Net Loss in 2016

GREATER LEWISTON: Wants to Use MSCI-2006-IQ11 Logan Cash
GUIDED THERAPEUTICS: Incurs $5 Million Net Loss in 2016
GULFMARK OFFSHORE: Unit Obtains $10M Loan from Norwegian Lender
GURKARN DIAMOND: Unsecureds to be Paid $1K Monthly for 24 Months
HAIMIL REALTY: Dominion Financial Tries to Block Disclosures OK

HANISH LLC: Fairfield Inn Seeks Cash Use Until June 2017
HANISH LLC: Unsecured Creditors to Get Paid $75,000 in 7-10 Years
HILLCREST INC: Asks Court Authorization on Cash Collateral Use
HILTZ WASTE: May Use Cash Collateral Until March 29
HOOPER HOLMES: Brio Capital Owns 6.2% Equity Stake as of March 20

HOOPER HOLMES: Holds Presentations to Discuss Planned Merger
HOUSTON AMERICAN: Remains Noncompliant with NYSE MKT Listing Rule
III EXPLORATION: Hires ERM-West as Environmental Consultant
INDIANA REGIONAL: Moody's Alters Ratings Outlook to Stable
INT'L SHIPHOLDING: Southern Recycling Buying Vessel for $740K

INTREPID POTASH: Cantor Buys 50.1 Million Common Shares
ISAACSON IMPLEMENT: Seeks to Hire Rich Advice as Consultant
ISAACSON IMPLEMENT: Taps Judd Ostermann as Accountant
J CREW GROUP: Incurs $23.5 Million Net Loss in Fiscal 2016
JA FAMILY: Plan Confirmation Hearing on April 26

JACK COOPER: Incurs $33.3 Million Net Loss in 2016
JACOBY ENTERPRISES: U.S. Trustee Unable to Appoint Committee
JEANETTE GUTIERREZ: Sale of San Antonio Property for $49K Approved
JEANETTE GUTIERREZ: Sale of San Antonio Property for $58K Approved
KALOBIOS PHARMACEUTICALS: Has Resale Prospectus of 7.3M Shares

KEN'S CUSTOM: Can Continue Using IRS Cash Collateral Until May 5
KENNETH MANIS: Proposes Sale, Floor Prices of Baxter Properties
KINROSS GOLD: Moody's Affirms Ba1 Corporate Family Rating
KLD ENERGY: Has Until April 30 to File Plan of Reorganization
L&R DEVELOPMENT: Disclosure Statement Hearing Set for May 10

LIQUIDMETAL TECHNOLOGIES: Richard Sevcik Quits as Director
LODGE HOLDINGS: Trustee Hires CFO Selections as Accountant
LONG BROOK: Court Bars Continued Use of Cash Collateral
LOUISIANA MEDICAL: Stirling Medical Buying All Assets for $22M
LUCAS PRINTING: Hires Godin Property as Broker

MACK INDUSTRIES: Case Summary & 20 Largest Unsecured Creditors
MAHI LLC: Has Until May 15 to Use United Community Cash Collateral
MCGAHAN FAMILY: Discloses Cash Flow Projection for Next 3 Years
MEDICAL CITY: April 20 PCO Appointment Set
MICHIGAN SPORTING: Taps Hilco Unit to Sell or Dispose of IP Assets

MICRO CONTRACT: Case Summary & 20 Largest Unsecured Creditors
MIDLAND HI LODGING: U.S. Trustee Unable to Appoint Committee
MIDWAY GOLD: Private Sale of Tonopah Project for $25K Approved
MOBILESMITH INC: Reports 2016 Net Loss of $7.5 Million
MONDO WINE: Case Summary & 3 Unsecured Creditors

MONUMENT SECURITY: Wants Authority to Continued Use of Cash
MOTORS LIQUIDATION: Pre-Ch 11 Lenders Dispute Stays in Bankr. Court
MOUNTAIN THUNDER: Trustee's Sale of Assets for $1.8M Approved
MOUNTAIN WEST VALVE: Amends Treatment of Swift Fin'l Secured Claim
MUSCLEPHARM CORP: Peter Lynch Quits as Principal Financial Officer

NAS HOLDINGS: May 13 Disclosure Statement Approval Hearing
NATURESCAPE HOLDING: Trustee's Sale of Assets for $1.8M Approved
NET ELEMENT: Corrects Report on CEO's Contingent Bonus Awards
NORTHEAST ENERGY: Panel Hires Bernstein-Burkley as Counsel
NORTHERN BREWING: Hires Griffith Jay as Substitute Counsel

OLIVERAY LLC: PA Selling Eatonville Property for $30K
OMEROS CORP: Gregory Demopulos Reports 8.4% Stake as of Dec. 31
OMINTO INC: Files Form 8-A for Common Stock
ON-CALL STAFFING: Authorized to Use Renasant Bank Cash Collateral
OSAGE MASONRY: Asks for Court's Nod to Use Cash Collateral

OSPREY UTAH: Hires Ryals Donaldson & Agricola as Special Counsel
OVERTON & OGBURN: Wants Plan Filing Extended Through May 11
OVERTON'S INC: Wants to Obtain DIP Financing, Use Cash Collateral
P10 INDUSTRIES: Files Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Petition
PACE DIVERSIFIED: Case Summary & 20 Largest Unsecured Creditors

PACHECO BROTHERS: Allowed to Use Cash Collateral for Payroll
PAR TWO INVESTORS: Has Final Nod to Use Cash Collateral Thru May 10
PARTY LINE: Disclosure Statement Hearing Set for May 9
PASSAGE HEALTHCARE: Seeks Authorization to Use Cash Collateral
PELICAN REAL ESTATE: Trustee Taps Coldwell Banker as Broker

PELLERIN ENERGY: Capital One Seeks to Prohibit Cash Collateral Use
PHOTOMEDEX INC: Has Until March 31 to Comply with Nasdaq Rule
PIZZA PALZ: Case Summary & 20 Largest Unsecured Creditors
PK IN TOWN: Has Final Nod to Use BankUnited Cash Collateral
POSIBA INC: Seeks to Hire Higgs Fletcher as Special Counsel

POSIBA INC: Taps Strong City Advisors as Investment Banker
POWER EQUIPMENT: Creditor Does Not Consent Use of Cash Collateral
PREMIUM TRANSPORTATION: Voluntary Chapter 11 Case Summary
PRESSURE BIOSCIENCES: Reports $2.7 Million Net Loss for 2016
PRIME GLOBAL: Incurs $170.5K Net Loss in First Quarter

PRIME METALS: U.S. Trustee Forms 5-Member Committee
PROINOS BREAKFAST: Seeks Approval to Use CAN Capital Cash
PUERTO RICO: COFINA Responds to Lex Claims' Allegations
RADIOLOGY SUPPORT: Has Until March 30 to Use Cash Collateral
RANCHO ARROYO: Zimmerman Buying Santa Barbara $8.9 Million

RIVIERA MOTEL: Hires Coldwell Banker to Sell Clearwater Property
ROSETTA GENOMICS: Board Determines Reverse Stock Split Ratio
RS OLD MILL: Hires Frances M. Caruso as Bookkeeper
RS OLD MILL: Hires Pick & Zabicki as Bankruptcy Counsel
RSF 17872: Court Extends Exclusive Plan Filing Date to July 18

RV COLLISION: Seeks Cash Use for Cars Restoration Business
S DIAMOND STEEL: Unsecureds to Get $50K Per Month Under Plan
S-METALS FL: Unsecureds to be Paid 14.4% Under Latest Plan
SANDFORD AND SON: Rashiyd Buying Philadelphia Property for $145K
SANDFORD AND SON: Seeks Court Approval of Disclosure Statement

SANITAS PARTNERS: Bid to Dismiss Involuntary Chap. 11 Case Denied
SAVIR PROPERTIES: Taps James & Haughland as Attorney
SEARS HOLDINGS: Incurs $2.22 Billion Net Loss in Fiscal 2016
SECURED ASSETS: Secured Creditors Try to Block Disclosures OK
SERVICE EMPLOYEES: Hires Stout Risius Ross as Financial Advisor

SILVER CREEK INVESTMENTS: Can Use Cash Collateral Until March 28
SKYY LABORATORY: Asks for Court's Permission to Use Cash Collateral
SLM CORPORATION: Moody's Assigns Ba2 Issuer Rating
SLUSS & RAY: Has Interim Nod to Use Cash Collateral Until June 30
SNOWTRACKS COMMERCIAL: Wants to Use Lenders Cash Collateral

SOUTHERN SEASON: Seeks to Hire Dixon Hughes as Accountant
SPECTRUM HEALTHCARE: Court Extends Plan Filing to May 4
SPI ENERGY: BNY Mellon Will Terminate Company's ADS Facility
SPI ENERGY: Plan to Regain Compliance Accepted by Nasdaq
SSI LIQUIDATION: Hires Dixon Hughes Goodman as Accountant

STEPHCHRIS OF MISSOURI: Unsecureds to be Paid 64% Under Exit Plan
SUNGEVITY INC: Hires Morrison & Foerster as Attorneys
SUNGEVITY INC: Hires Young Conaway as Co-counsel
TAYLOR MANAGEMENT: DOJ Watchdog Seeks Trustee, Ch. 7 Conversion
TEAM EXPRESS: Proposes April 25 Plan Confirmation Hearing

TRANS-LUX CORP: Reports Improved Results and Positive EBIDTA
TSAWD HOLDINGS: Liquidity Buying Circuit City Claims for $55K
TUBRO CONSTRUCTION: U.S. Trustee Unable to Appoint Committee
TURNING LEAF: Seeks to Hire Douglass Harmon as Accountant
ULTRAPETROL BAHAMAS: Has Final Authorization to Use Cash Collateral

W&T OFFSHORE: Annual Report Now Available on Website
WALLACE RUSH: Case Summary & 3 Unsecured Creditors
WASHINGTON MUTUAL: Trust Issues Statement on Escrow CUSIPS
WEST SEATTLE LODGE: May Use Cash Collateral Until March 27
WESTMORELAND COAL: Inks Ninth Amendment to PrivateBank Facility

WHICKER ASSET: Taps CFO Advisory's Cato as Chief Financial Officer
WIRED COFFEE BAR: Seeks to Hire GellerRagans as Accountant
WORCESTER RE: Voluntary Chapter 11 Case Summary
WORLD OF DISCOVERY: Can Continue Using IRS Cash Until May 1
WTE S&S AG: Has Interim Approval to Use Cash Collateral Until May 7

X K SPORTS: Sale of Sterling Property to Atlantic for $1.3M Okayed
YARBOROUGH & ROCKE: Taps Center City Law Offices as Legal Counsel
YIELD10 BIOSCIENCE: Had Q4 Loss From Continuing Operations of $1.6M
ZAFS INVESTMENTS: Court Allows Lender's Claim for $1.02-Mil.
[*] Four Chapman and Cutler Partners Join McGuireWoods

[] Manju Gupta Joins Ulmer & Berne's Cleveland Office as Counsel
[^] BOND PRICING: For the Week from March 20 to 24, 2017

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23 FARMS: Has Interim Nod to Use Cash Collateral Until April 7
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Judge Karen K. Specie of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern
District of Florida authorized 23 Farms, LLC to use cash collateral
on an interim basis through April 7, 2017.

The Debtor is authorized to use cash collateral in the amounts, and
on the conditions, agreed upon and authorized by Regions Bank as
set forth in the Agreement Authorizing the Debtor's Interim Use of
Cash Collateral.

Regions Bank had advised the Court that it agrees to continue to
allow the Debtor to use cash collateral through March 31, 2017,
pursuant to the terms contained in the Cash Collateral Agreement
that was previously approved.

The Court will hold a final hearing on the Debtor's continued use
of cash collateral on April 7, 2017 at 10:45 a.m.

A full-text copy of the Second Interim Order, dated March 15, 2017,
is available at https://is.gd/uQ0pvS

                       About 23 Farms, LLC

23 Farms, LLC, a Newberry, Florida-based company with a farming
operation, filed a chapter 11 petition (Bankr. N.D. Fla. Case No.
17-10015) on Jan. 20, 2017.  The petition was signed by Joey D.
Langford, II, managing member.  The case is assigned to Judge Karen
K. Specie.  The Debtor is represented by Lisa Caryl Cohen, Esq., at
Ruff & Cohen, P.A.  The Debtor estimated assets and liabilities at
$1 million to $10 million at the time of the filing.

An official committee of unsecured creditors has not yet been
appointed in the Chapter 11 case of 23 Farms, LLC, as of March 3,
according to a court docket.


362 ROUTE 108: U.S. Trustee Tries to Block Disclosures Okay
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U.S. Trustee William K. Harrington has filed with the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Hampshire an objection to
362 Route 108 Realty Trust's disclosure statement referring to the
Debtor's plan of reorganization.

As reported by the Troubled Company Reporter on March 7, 2017, the
Debtor filed with the Court the Disclosure Statement, stating that
holders of Class 7 General Unsecured Claims will get an amount
equal to a pro rata share of the lesser of 10% of the proofs of
claim in this class -- $35,577 -- or the total amount of allowed
claims in this class -- $4,593.31 -- payable over five years.  The
holders will get monthly payments of $145.83 for the first year,
and $51.12 per month for the next four years.  The first payment is
expected within 60 days of the Effective Date, which is June 1,
2017.

The Debtor states in the Disclosure Statement that G. Brandt Atkins
is a "highly qualified, experience [sic] real estate broker with an
enormous incentive to make the Plan work."  The U.S. Trustee
complains that public records on file with the New Hampshire Office
of Professional Licensure & Certification indicate Mr. Atkins' real
estate broker’s license was "permanently revoked" by a decision
dated April 19, 2016.

According to the U.S. Trustee, the treatment for unsecured
creditors is not sufficiently clear.  The Debtor states the
unsecured creditors are to receive a dividend of the lesser of 10%
of the proofs of claim filed ($355,777.96, which assumes the claim
asserted by Empire is allowed in full) or the total amount of
allowed claims in the class, $4,593.21, payable over 5 years.
Elsewhere the Debtor states that the dividends "could be as high as
$35,577."

The U.S. Trustee further complains that, among other things, the
Debtor's Disclosure Statement describes the Class 1 creditor as the
"Local Government Lien Class."  The class "includes all
pre-petition claims held or asserted by the Local Government for
unpaid real property taxes. . ."  A review of the claim filed by
the City of Somersworth indicates that $7,557.22 is due for the
second half of the tax for 2016 with a billing date of October 27,
2016, which would appear to be postpetition.

Assuming the taxes are a post-petition obligation, the U.S. Trustee
requests that the Debtor indicate whether it has the agreement of
the Town to pay postpetition taxes over a 48-month period.  The
U.S. Trustee also requests that the Debtor indicate how
postpetition taxes accruing after October of 2016 will be paid in
the absence of a tenant.  The projections indicate that starting in
January 2018, the Debtor will start receiving "R.E. Taxes (income)"
in the amount of $1237.17 per month.  The U.S. Trustee requests
that the Debtor clarify the projection reference to R.E. Taxes
(income).

A copy of the Objection is available at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/nhb16-11405-73.pdf

                 About 362 Route 108 Realty Trust

362 Route 108 Realty Trust sought protection under Chapter 11 of
the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D.N.H. Case No. 16-11405) on Oct. 3,
2016.  The petition was signed by G. Brandt Atkins, trustee.  

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

The Debtor hired William S. Gannon, PLLC, as legal counsel.


611 COMMERCIAL: Plan Confirmation Hearing Set for May 4
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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania
will consider approval of the Chapter 11 plan of 611 Commercial,
Inc. at a hearing on May 4.

The hearing will be held at 9:30 a.m., at Courtroom No. 2, Max
Rosenn U.S. Courthouse, 197 South Main Street, Wilkes-Barre,
Pennsylvania.

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

The order set an April 17 deadline for creditors to file their
objections and cast their votes accepting or rejecting the proposed
plan.

                    About 611 Commercial Inc.

611 Commercial, Inc. sought Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. M.D. Pa.
Case No. 14-04173) on Sept. 9, 2014. The petition was signed by
Gerald Gay, president.  The Honorable John J. Thomas is assigned to
the case.  Philip W. Stock, Esq., at the Law Office of Philip W.
Stock serves as the Debtor's counsel.

The Debtor estimated assets at $1 million to $10 million and
liabilities at $500,000 to $1 million.  

On October 1, 2016, the Debtor filed a disclosure statement, which
explains its proposed Chapter 11 plan of reorganization.  The plan
proposes to pay claims in full within a year from the effective
date of the plan.  On January 16, 2017, the Debtor filed an amended
disclosure statement, which was approved by the court.


A.C.M. HOME: Wants to Use IRS Cash Collateral
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A.C.M. Home Health Services, Inc., asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
for the Southern District of Texas to authorize the use of the cash
collateral of Internal Revenue Service on an interim basis to meet
its ordinary cash needs.

Prior to the commencement of the proceeding, the Debtor was
engaged, and continues to be engaged in the home health services
industry.  The Debtor's business includes accounts receivable and
equipment, all of which (except equipment subject to leases or
purchase money security interests) are believed to be subject to
security interests and liens granted by the Debtor to various
creditors listed in its bankruptcy schedules.  Specifically, the
Internal Revenue Service ("IRS") holds a secured federal tax lien
of approximately $112,000 secured by all of the Debtor's assets
("FTL").

The Debtor does not have sufficient unencumbered cash or other
assets with which to continue to operate its business in Chapter
11.  The Debtor requires immediate authority to use cash collateral
in order to continue its business operations without interruption
toward the objective of formulating an effective plan of
reorganization.  The Debtor's use of cash collateral, to the extent
and on the terms and conditions set forth, is necessary to avoid
immediate and irreparable harm to the estate.  The amount of cash
collateral authorized to be used is not to exceed the amounts
reflected in the Debtor's Cash Collateral Budget.

The 3-month Cash Collateral Budget contemplates these monthly
revenues and operating expenses:

            Month           Revenue          Operating Expenses
          --------          -------          ------------------

           March            $119,302              $113,282
           April            $115,453              $109,334
            May             $119,302              $113,282

The Debtor agrees to granting the IRS, as applicable and necessary,
a replacement lien on all inventory and accounts receivable
acquired by the Debtor since the Petition Date, and the Debtor
ratifies and confirms the FTL filed on the Debtor's inventory,
accounts and fixtures perfected by the IRS prior to the Petition
Date and affirms that such lien and replacement lien will continue
until further Order of the Court or confirmation of a Plan of
Reorganization.

The Debtor must have a preliminary hearing on this Motion to avoid
the loss of its ability to manage and maintain its business.

In the event the Debtor is authorized to use such cash collateral,
the lien holders are adequately protected by the value of the home
health services business and the cash payments.  The Debtor will
provide continuing post­petition liens to the lienholders to the
extent the lienholders have valid pre­petition security interests
in the cash collateral.

The Debtor respectfully asks that the Court enters an Order for Use
of Cash Collateral authorizing its continued use of cash collateral
and management of its home health business/operations based on the
90­day projected budget, and for such other and further relief as
is just and equitable.

A copy of the Cash Collateral Budget attached to the Motion is
available for free at:

      
http://bankrupt.com/misc/txsb17-70094_8_Cash_ACM_Home_Health.pdf

                About A.C.M. Home Health Services

A.C.M. Home Health Services, Inc. sought protection under Chapter
11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. S.D. Texas Case No. 17-70094) on
March 7, 2017.  At the time of the filing, the Debtor estimated
assets and liabilities of less than $1 million.

No trustee, examiner or creditors' committee has been appointed in
the case.

A.C.M. previously filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. S.D. Texas
Case No. 11-70504) on August 16, 2011.


ABC DISPOSAL: Plan Confirmation Hearing on April 26
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ABC Disposal Service, Inc. and its affiliates are now a step closer
to emerging from Chapter 11 protection after a bankruptcy court
approved the outline of their plan of reorganization.

The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Massachusetts on
March 17 gave the thumbs-up to the disclosure statement, allowing
the companies to start soliciting votes from creditors.

The order set an April 19 deadline for creditors to file their
objections and cast their votes accepting or rejecting the plan.

A court hearing to consider confirmation of the plan is scheduled
for April 26, at 11:00 a.m.  The hearing will take place at Boston
Courtroom 1, 12th Floor, 5 Post Office Square, Boston,
Massachusetts.

A copy of the court-approved second amended disclosure statement
dated March 16 is available for free at:

                       https://is.gd/UMDaSg

                   About ABC Disposal Service

ABC Disposal Service, Inc., provides full service waste hauling,
disposal and recycling services, and sells, rents and services
compaction and baling equipment to a variety of industrial,
institutional, commercial and construction related customers.

New Bedford Waste owns and operates municipal solid waste and
construction and demolition debris transfer stations in New
Bedford, Sandwich, and Rochester, Massachusetts which transfer and
process residential, commercial, industrial, and institutional and
construction wastes under approved state and local government
permits and licenses.

Solid Waste Services, Inc., is a Massachusetts corporation
organized in 1999 to hold an ownership interest in New Bedford
Waste.

Shawmut Associates and A&L Enterprises are Massachusetts limited
liability companies which own and lease real estate to ABC and New
Bedford Waste in connection with their operations.

ZERO Waste Solutions, LLC, is a Massachusetts limited liability
company formed in 2013 for the purposes of developing and operating
an advanced mixed waste recycling facility located on Shawmut
Associates' Rochester property to process and market recyclable
material and then turn unrecyclable material into compact, clean
burning, high yield fuel briquettes which have a variety of
industrial uses.

The principals of the Debtors are Laurinda F. Camara and her
children Susan M. Sebastiao, Kenneth J. Camara, Steven A. Camara,
and Michael A. Camara.  Each of the Principals owns 20% of the
stock in ABC.  Each of Susan M. Sebastiao, Kenneth J. Camara,
Steven A. Camara and Michael A. Camara own a 12.5% interest in New
Bedford Waste and a 25% interest in Shawmut Associates, A&L
Enterprises, and Solid Waste Services.  Solid Waste Services owns
the remaining 50% of the membership interests in New Bedford Waste.
New Bedford Waste owns 80% of the membership interests in ZERO
Waste.

ABC Disposal Service, Inc., New Bedford Waste Services, LLC, Solid
Waste Services, Inc., Shawmut Associates, LLC, A&L Enterprises,
LLC, and ZERO Waste Solutions, LLC each filed a voluntary petition
under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Mass. Case Nos.
16-11787 to 16-11792, respectively) on May 11, 2016.  The petitions
were signed by Michael A. Camara as vice president/CEO.  Judge Joan
N. Feeney presides over the cases.

Harold B. Murphy, Esq., Christopher M. Condon, Esq., and Michael K.
O'Neil, Esq., at Murphy & King Professional Corporation serves as
the Debtors' counsel.  Argus Management Corp. is the Debtors'
financial advisor.  The Debtors engaged Source Capital Group, Inc.
as investment banker, and CliftonLarsonAllen, LLP as accountant.

The Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors tapped Jager Smith
P.C. as counsel.


ABERDEEN MEDICAL: Plan Confirmation Hearing on April 27
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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey will
consider approval of the Chapter 11 plan of Aberdeen Medical
Services, Inc. at a hearing on April 27.

The hearing will be held at 10:00 a.m., at Courtroom 4C, 400 Cooper
Street, Camden, New Jersey.

The court will also consider at the hearing the final approval of
Aberdeen's disclosure statement, which it conditionally approved on
March 16.

The order set an April 20 deadline for creditors to file their
objections and cast their votes accepting or rejecting the proposed
plan.

                     About Aberdeen Medical

Aberdeen Medical Services, Inc., based in Mount Laurel, NJ, filed a
Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D.N.J. Case No. 16-20784) on June 2,
2016.  The petition was signed by Charles I. Tighe, authorized
representative.  In its petition, the Debtor estimated assets of
less than $50,000 and liabilities of $1 million to $10 million.  

Judge Jerrold N. Poslusny Jr. presides over the case.  Ellen M.
McDowell, Esq., at McDowell Posternock Apell & Detrick, PC, as
bankruptcy counsel.

On March 15, 2017, the Debtor filed its Chapter 11 plan and
disclosure statement.


ACTIVECARE INC: Amends S-1 Prospectus for 680,000 Units
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ActiveCare, Inc., filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission
an amendment to its Form S-1 registration statement relating to the
offering of 680,000 units, each unit consisting of one share of our
common stock, $0.00001 par value per share, and one warrant to
purchase one share of its common stock, at an assumed public
offering price of $25.00 per unit.  The warrants included within
the units are exercisable immediately, have an exercise price of
$31.25 per share (125% of the public offering price of one unit)
and expire five years from the date of issuance.

The Registration Statement was amended to delay its effective
date.

The units will not be issued or certificated.  Purchasers will
receive only shares of common stock and warrants.  The shares of
common stock and warrants may be transferred separately,
immediately upon issuance.  The offering also includes the shares
of common stock issuable from time to time upon exercise of the
warrants.

The Company's common stock is quoted on OTC Markets Group Inc.
OTCQB quotation system under the trading symbol "ACAR".  The
Company has applied to have its common stock and warrants listed on
The Nasdaq Capital Market under the symbols "ACAR" and "ACARW,"
respectively.  No assurance can be given that its application will
be approved.  On March 9, 2017, the last reported sale price for
will develop for the warrants.  Quotes for shares of the Company's
common stock on the OTCQB may not be indicative of the market price
on a national securities exchange, such as The Nasdaq Capital
Market.

A full-text copy of the Form S-1/A is available for free at:

                     https://is.gd/kuXkNN

                        About ActiveCare

South West Valley City, Utah-based ActiveCare, Inc., develops and
markets products for monitoring the health of and providing
assistance to mobile and homebound seniors and the chronically
ill.

ActiveCare is organized into three business.  The Stains and
Reagents segment is engaged in the business of manufacturing and
marketing medical diagnostic stains, solutions and related
equipment to hospitals and medical testing labs.  The CareServices
segment is engaged in the business of developing, distributing and
marketing mobile health monitoring and concierge services to
distributors and customers.  The Chronic Illness Monitoring segment
is primarily engaged in the monitoring of diabetic patients on a
real time basis.

ActiveCare reported a net loss of $12.8 million on $6.59 million of
chronic illness monitoring revenues for the year ended Sept. 30,
2015, compared with a net loss of $16.4 million on $6.10 million of
chronic illness monitoring revenues for the year ended Sept. 30,
2014.

As of June 30, 2016, ActiveCare had $1.91 million in total assets,
$21.01 million in total liabilities and a total stockholders'
deficit of $19.10 million.

Tanner LLC, in Salt Lake City, Utah, issued a "going concern"
qualification on the consolidated financial statements for the year
ended Sept. 30, 2015, citing that the Company has recurring
losses,
negative cash flows from operating activities, negative working
capital, negative total equity, and certain debt that is in
default.  These conditions, among others, raise substantial doubt
about its ability to continue as a going concern.


ADVANCED COLLISION: Has Final Authority to Use Cash Collateral
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Judge Michael J. Kaplan of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Western District of New York authorized Advanced Collision, Inc.,
to use cash collateral on a final basis.

The Debtor is authorized to use cash collateral for reasonable and
necessary expenses associated with the Debtor's business operations
as set forth in the 13-week Budget.  The approved Budget reflects
total expenses of approximately $156,457 for the period from
February 27 through May 28, 2017.

Judge Kaplan granted Steuben Trust Company and the New York State
Department of Taxation and Finance roll-over or replacement liens
each, granting security to the same extent, in the same priority,
and with respect to the same assets, as served as collateral for
their respective prepetition indebtedness, to the extent of cash
collateral actually used during the pendency of the Chapter 11
case, without the need of any further public filing or other
recordation to perfect roll-over or replacement liens or security
interests.

In addition, the Debtor was directed to make monthly payments to
Steuben Trust in the amount of $2,920 per month in the ordinary
course of business and the same manner in which the payments were
made prior to the Petition Date, and to the NYSTax Dep't in the
amount of $1,750 per month.

Furthermore, CAN Capital Asset Servicing, Inc., f/k/a New Logic
Business, is granted roll-over or replacement liens, as of the
Petition Date, granting security to the same extent, in the same
priority, and with respect to the same assets, as served as
collateral for its alleged prepetition indebtedness, to the extent
CAN Capital may have an interest in any of the Cash Collateral
actually used during the pendency of the Debtor's Chapter 11 case,
without the need of any further public filing or other recordation
to perfect such roll-over or replacement liens or security
interests.

The Debtor's authority to use cash collateral will terminate upon
the occurrence of any of the following events:

      (a) The conversion of this Chapter 11 Case to one under
Chapter 7 of the Code; or

      (b) The appointment of any Chapter 11 Trustee; or

      (c) The dismissal of the Debtor's Bankruptcy Case; or

      (d) The cessation of Debtor's normal business operations or
the sale of substantially all of the Debtor's assets; or

      (e) The default and failure to cure any default.

A full-text copy of the Final Order, dated March 8, 2017, is
available at http://tinyurl.com/m937o68

                         About Advanced Collision

Advanced Collision, Inc., is a New York corporation formed on or
about August 29, 1996, which has operated since that time, and
continues to operate, as an auto body and collision repair shop,
located at 11251 Route 98, Attica, New York 14011.  James Cooley,
its President, holds a 100 percent shareholder interest in Advanced
Collision.

Advanced Collision filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. W.D.N.Y.
Case No. 17-10232) on Feb. 7, 2017.  The petition was signed by
James Cooley, President.  The case is assigned to Judge Michael J.
Kaplan.  The Debtor is represented by Arthur G. Baumeister, Jr.,
Esq. and Scott J. Bogucki, Esq., at Amigone, Sanchez & Mattrey,
LLP.  

No trustee, examiner, or statutory committee of creditors has been
appointed in the Debtor's Chapter 11 case.


ADVANCED IRONWORKS: U.S. Trustee Unable to Appoint Committee
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The Office of the U.S. Trustee on March 21 disclosed in a court
filing that no official committee of unsecured creditors has been
appointed in the Chapter 11 case of Advanced Ironworks, Inc.

Advanced Ironworks, Inc., filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
protection (Bankr. W.D. Wash. Case No. 17-10313) on Jan. 26, 2017,
estimating its assets and liabilities at between $100,001 and
$500,000 each.  David A Nold, Esq., at Nold Muchinsky PLLC serves
as the Debtor's bankruptcy counsel.


ADVANCED MICRO: Extends BofA Facility Maturity Date to 2022
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Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., and its subsidiaries, AMD
International Sales & Service, Ltd. and ATI Technologies ULC
entered into a fifth amendment to the amended and restated loan and
security agreement dated April 14, 2015, with certain financial
institutions party to thereto from time to time as lenders and Bank
of America, N.A., as agent for the Lenders.

The Fifth Amendment amends the Amended and Restated Loan Agreement
as amended by the first amendment dated as of June 10, 2015, the
second amendment dated as of April 29, 2016, the third amendment
dated as of June 21, 2016, and the fourth amendment dated as of
September 7, 2016.

The Fifth Amendment amends the Amended and Restated Loan and
Security Agreement to, among other things:

  * extending the total senior secured asset based line of credit
     maturity date from April 14, 2020, to March 21, 2022.

  * reducing the Applicable Margin, which is applicable to both
    loans and letters of credit issued under the Secured Revolving
    Line of Credit:

  * reducing the unused commitment fee applicable to the Secured
    Revolving Line of Credit from 0.375% to 0.25%.

  * lowering the minimum threshold of Availability required to be
    maintained by the Obligors in order to avoid cash dominion,
    from the greater of (ii) 15% of the total commitment amount
    and (i) $75 million to (a) 10% of the total commitment amount
    and (b) $50 million

  * improving the borrowing base reporting requirement threshold
    from $25 million borrowing outstanding on the Secured
    Revolving Line of Credit to the greater of (i) $75 million and

   (ii) 20% of the borrowing base, resulting in less frequent
    borrowing base reporting by the Company.

  * amending maximum dollar limits related to supply chain finance
    arrangements from amounts that qualify as Qualified Factoring
    Arrangements under the Amended and Restated Loan and Security
    Agreement from $220 million in aggregate to $220 million in
    aggregate during the first and fourth fiscal quarters of the
    Borrowers and $300 million in aggregate during the second and
    third fiscal quarters of the Borrowers.

  * reducing the amount of the Secured Revolving Line of Credit
    that will be available for issuance for letters of credit from
    $75 million to $45 million.

A full-text copy of the Fifth Amendment to the Amended and Restated
Loan and Security Agreement, dated as of March 21, 2017, by and
among Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., a Delaware corporation, AMD
International Sales & Service, Ltd., a Delaware corporation, ATI
Technologies ULC, an Alberta unlimited liability corporation, the
financial institutions party thereto from time to time as lenders
and Bank of America, N.A., a national banking association, as agent
for the lenders is available for free at:

                    https://is.gd/OqIi10

               About Advanced Micro Devices

Sunnyvale, California-based Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.,
(NASDAQ:AMD) is a global semiconductor company.  AMD --
http://www.amd.com/-- offers x86 microprocessors, as a standalone
central processing unit (CPU) or as incorporated into an
accelerated processing unit (APU), chipsets, and discrete graphics
processing units (GPUs) for the consumer, commercial and
professional graphics markets, and server and embedded CPUs, GPUs
and APUs, and semi-custom System-on-Chip (SoC) products and
technology for game consoles.

AMD incurred a net loss of $660 million on $3.99 billion of net
revenue for the year ended Dec. 26, 2015, compared to a net loss of
$403 million on $5.50 billion of net revenue for the year ended
Dec. 27, 2014.

                      *     *     *

In March 2017, S&P Global Ratings said it raised its corporate
credit rating on Sunnyvale, Calif.-based Advanced Micro Devices
Inc. to 'B-' from 'CCC+'.  "Our upgrade reflects our view of the
Company's capital structure as sustainable following a series of
deleveraging transactions, a return to revenue growth, and
improving, if still weak, profitability," said S&P Global Ratings
credit analyst James Thomas.

In September 2016, Moody's Investors Service affirmed AMD's 'Caa1'
corporate family rating and the 'Caa2' rating on the senior
unsecured notes, and revised the rating outlook to positive from
negative.  The speculative grade liquidity rating is upgraded to
SGL-2 from SGL-3.  The positive outlook reflects AMD's prospects
for improved operating performance and cash generation as well as
the improved product portfolio enabling the company to compete in
the current discrete GPUs (graphics processing unit), APUs
(application process units), x86 and ARM CPUs (central processing
unit) market.  Moody's said, "Although we expect ongoing revenue
declines and operating losses in its PC-related business
(microprocessors and graphics chips), the growing EESC (enterprise,
embedded, and semi-custom) business supported by the reported
design wins, we project break even to modest profitability
beginning in the second half of 2016."

In March 2016, Fitch Ratings downgraded and withdrew the ratings
for AMD including the Long-term Issuer Default Rating (IDR) to
'CCC' from 'B-'.  Fitch has withdrawn AMD's ratings for commercial
reasons.  The downgrade reflects prospects for negative free cash
flow (FCF) over the intermediate term and the consequent liquidity
issues and refinancing risk that could develop as the 2019 and 2020
debt maturities approach.


ADVANCED PAIN: Hires Kaplan & Partners as Bankruptcy Counsel
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Advanced Pain Management Services, LLC, seeks authorization from
the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Kentucky to
employ Kaplan & Partners LLP as counsel for the debtor in
possession.

The Debtor requires Kaplan & Partners to:

     a. give legal advice with respect to the Debtor's powers and
duties as debtor in possession in the continued operations of the
estate's business and management of its assets;

     b. take all necessary action to protect and preserve the
Debtor's estate, including the prosecution of actions on behalf of
the Debtor, the defense of any actions commenced against the
Debtor, negotiations concerning all litigation in which the Debtor
are involved, if any, and objecting to claims filed against the
Debtor’s estate;

     c. prepare on behalf of the Debtor all necessary motions,
answers, orders, reports and other legal papers in connection with
the administration of the Debtor's estate herein; and

     d. perform any and all other legal services for the Debtor in
connection with this chapter 11 case and the formulation and
implementation of the Debtor's chapter 11 plan.

Kaplan & Partners lawyers and professionals who will work on the
Debtor's case and their hourly rates are:

     Charity Neukomm                     $250
     Christopher Rambicure               $250
     James McGhee III                    $250
     Aimee Patenaude (paralegal)         $95

Kaplan & Partners received from the Debtor, on account of services
to be rendered in connection with this case, a retainer in the sum
of $28,585.00, which includes payment of the chapter 11 filing fee.
Of that sum, $15,227.50 has been utilized for pre-petition services
and the chapter 11 filing fee, leaving $13,357.50 in Kaplan &
Partners' escrow account.

James McGhee III, Esq., attorney at Kaplan & Partners LLP, 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 Debtor and its estates.

Kaplan & Partners may be reached at:

      James E. McGhee III
      Kaplan & Partners LLP
      710 West Main Street, 4th Floor
      Louisville KY 40202
      Telephone: 502-416-1634
      Facsimile: 502-540-8282
      E-mail: jmcghee@kplouisville.com

              About Advanced Pain Management Services, LLC

Advanced Pain Management Services, LLC filed a Chapter 11
bankruptcy petition (Bankr. W.D.KY.. Case No. 17-30860) on March
16, 2017.  The Hon. Thomas H. Fulton presides over the
case. Kaplan & Partners LLP represents the Debtor as counsel.

The Debtor disclosed total assets of $1.84 million and total
liabilities of $2.50 million. The petition was signed by Khalid
Kahloon, CEO and general counsel.


AEMETIS INC: Registers Add'l 655,192 Shares Under 2007 Plan
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Aemetis, Inc., filed a Form S-8 registration statement with the
Securities and Exchange Commission for the purpose of registering
655,192 additional shares of its common stock, $0.001 par value per
share, under the Second Amended and Restated 2007 Stock Plan.  The
655,192 additional shares of Common Stock available for issuance
under the 2007 Plan registered pursuant to this Registration
Statement are the same class as those previously registered on Form
S-8 on Feb. 19, 2016.  A full-text copy of the prospectus is
available for free at https://is.gd/ELJXZa

                       About Aemetis

Cupertino, Calif.-based Aemetis, Inc., is an international
renewable fuels and specialty chemical company focused on the
production of advanced fuels and chemicals and the acquisition,
development and commercialization of innovative technologies that
replace traditional petroleum-based products and convert first-
generation ethanol and biodiesel plants into advanced
biorefineries.

Aemetis reported a net loss of $15.63 million on $143.15 million of
revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016, compared to a net loss
of $27.13 million on $146.64 million of revenues for the year ended
Dec. 31, 2015.  As of Dec. 31, 2016, Aemetis had $77.81 million in
total assets, $127.62 million in total liabilities and a total
stockholders' deficit of $49.81 million.


AEMETIS INC: Reports $15.6 Million 2016 Net Loss
------------------------------------------------
Aemetis, Inc., filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission
its annual report on Form 10-K disclosing a net loss of $15.63
million on $143.15 million of revenues for the year ended Dec. 31,
2016, compared with a net loss of $27.13 million on $146.64 million
of revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2015.

As of Dec. 31, 2016, Aemetis had $77.81 million in total assets,
$127.6 million in total liabilities and a total stockholders'
deficit of $49.81 million.

Cash and cash equivalents were $1.5 million at Dec. 31, 2016, of
which $1.0 million was held in North America and $0.5 million was
held in its Indian subsidiary.  The Company's current ratio was
0.26 and 0.27, respectively, at Dec. 31, 2016 and 2015.  The
Company expects that its future available capital resources will
consist primarily of cash generated from operations, remaining cash
balances, EB-5 program borrowings, amounts available for borrowing,
if any, under its senior debt facilities and its subordinated debt
facilities, and any additional funds raised through sales of
equity.

"The value of our long-lived assets is based on our ability to
execute our business plan and generate sufficient cash flow to
justify the carrying value of our assets.  Should we fall short of
our cash flow projections, we may be required to write down the
value of these assets under accounting rules and further reduce the
value of our assets.  We can make no assurances that future cash
flows will develop and provide us with sufficient cash to maintain
the value of these assets, thus avoiding future impairment to our
asset carrying values.  As a result, we may need to write down the
carrying value of our long-lived assets.

"In addition, we intend to modify or adapt third party technologies
at the Keyes plant and at the Kakinada plant to accommodate
alternative feedstocks and improve operations.  After we design and
engineer a specific integrated upgrade to either or both plants to
allow us to produce products other than their existing products, we
may not receive permission from the regulatory agencies to install
the process at one or both plants.  Additionally, even if we are
able to install and begin operations of an integrated advanced
fuels and/or bio-chemical plant, we cannot assure you that the
technology will work and produce cost effective products because we
have never designed, engineered nor built this technology into an
existing bio-refinery.  Similarly, our plans to add a CO2
conversion unit at the Keyes plant may not be successful as a
result of financing, issues in the design or construction process,
or our ability to sell liquid CO2 at cost effective prices.  Any
inability to execute our business plan may have a material adverse
effect on our operations, financial position and ability to pay
dividends and continue as a going concern."

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

                     https://is.gd/Q2iI2w

                        About Aemetis

Cupertino, Calif.-based Aemetis, Inc., is an international
renewable fuels and specialty chemical company focused on the
production of advanced fuels and chemicals and the acquisition,
development and commercialization of innovative technologies that
replace traditional petroleum-based products and convert first-
generation ethanol and biodiesel plants into advanced
biorefineries.


ALASKA HARVEST: Hires Behrends, Carson & Covington as Attorney
--------------------------------------------------------------
Alaska Harvest Seafood, LLC seeks authorization from the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the District of Oregon to employ Behrends,
Carson & Covington as attorney.

The Debtor requires BCC to render legal services regularly and
customarily required by the Debtor in Possession including
representation in adversary proceedings as may be commenced in this
case, including lien avoidance actions or other proceedings as may
be necessary and proper in other forums.

BCC will be paid at these hourly rates:

     Judson M. Carusone             $295
     Stephen Behrends               $325
     Kim Covington                  $275
     Paralegal                      $150

The Debtor has paid BCC a retainer of $1,750.

Judson M. Carusone, associate with the law firm of Behrends, Carson
& Covington, assured the Court that the firm does not represent any
interest adverse to the Debtor and its estates.

BCC may be reached at:

     Judson M. Carusone, Esq.
     Behrends, Carson & Covington
     1445 Willamette Street, Suite 9
     Eugene, OR 97440
     Tel: (541)344-7424
     Fax: (514)344-6466

             About Alaska Harvest Seafood

Alaska Harvest Seafood LLC sought protection under Chapter 11 of
the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Ore. Case No. 17-30261) on January
30, 2017.  The petition was signed by Paul Cutler, authorized
representative.   On February 1, 2017, the court ordered the
transfer of the case to the Eugene Office from the Portland Office.
The case was assigned a new case number: 17-60288.  Judge David W.
Hercher presides over the case.

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


ALLY FINANCIAL: Expects Portfolio Profitability to Further Improve
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Ally Financial Inc. hosted a financial outlook conference call on
Tuesday, March 21.  The call was hosted by Chris Halmy, chief
financial officer, Brad Brown, corporate treasurer, and Dave
Shevsky, chief risk officer.  

Summary of Financial Outlook

* Expect over 15% Adjusted EPS CAGR while driving to 12% Core
   ROTCE over medium term

* Expect 5- 15% Adjusted EPS growth in 2017

* Capital optimization - repurchasing significant shares at a
   discount to book value

* Built company to provide long runway for growth beyond medium-
   term

* Tax and regulatory changes could be long term positive

Auto lenders, including Ally, continue to respond to market trends.
Several banks, including Ally, are closely monitoring credit
trends and adjusting pricing and/or underwriting.  Ally continues
to see attractive risk-adjusted return opportunities and expect
portfolio profitability to further improve.

The presentation is available for free at https://is.gd/4CYclS

                     About Ally Financial

Ally Financial Inc., formerly GMAC Inc. -- http://www.ally.com/--
is one of the world's largest automotive financial services
companies.  The Company offers a full suite of automotive financing
products and services in key markets around the world.
Ally's other business units include mortgage operations and
commercial finance, and the company's subsidiary, Ally Bank, offers
online retail banking products.  Ally operates as a bank holding
company.

GMAC obtained a $17 billion bailout from the U.S. government in
exchange for a 56.3 percent stake.  Private equity firm Cerberus
Capital Management LP keeps 14.9 percent, while General Motors Co.
owns 6.7 percent.

As of Dec. 31, 2016, Ally and its units ("Ally Consolidated") had
$163.73 billion in total assets, $150.4 billion in total
liabilities, and $13.32 billion of stockholders' equity.

                         *     *     *

As reported by the TCR on Oct. 14, 2016, S&P Global Ratings said it
revised its outlook on Ally Financial to stable from positive and
affirmed the 'BB+' long-term issuer credit rating.

"The revised outlook reflects weakening credit conditions in the
vehicle finance industry, in our view, which represents the
majority of Ally's business," said S&P Global Ratings credit
analyst Matthew Carroll.

In the April 3, 2014, edition of the TCR, Fitch Ratings has
upgraded Ally Financial Inc.'s long-term Issuer Default Rating
(IDR) and senior unsecured debt rating to 'BB+' from 'BB'. The
rating upgrade reflects increased clarity around Ally's ownership
structure given Ally's recent announcement that it has launched an
initial public offering those shares of its common stock held by
the U.S. Treasury (the Treasury).

As reported by the TCR on July 16, 2014, Moody's Investors Service
affirmed the 'Ba3' corporate family and 'B1' senior unsecured
ratings of Ally Financial and revised the outlook for the ratings
to positive from stable.  Moody's affirmed Ally's ratings
and revised its rating outlook to positive based on the company's
progress toward sustained improvements in profitability and
repayment of government assistance received during the financial
crisis.


ALPHA SODA: Case Summary & 12 Unsecured Creditors
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Debtor: Alpha Soda Company, Inc.
        11760 Haynes Bridge Road
        Alpharetta, GA 30009
        Website: alphasoda.com

Case No.: 17-55343

Business Description: Founded in 1991, Alpha Soda Company is a
                      small restaurant in Alpharetta, Georgia.  It
                      has 25 full time employees and generates an

                      estimated $950,000 in annual revenue.

                      In 1920, Louis Jones opened a soda fountain
                      in the back of his medicine shop and Alpha
                      Soda was born.  There have been many owners
                      over the years and the location has changed
                      as a result of popular demand.

Chapter 11 Petition Date: March 23, 2017

Court: United States Bankruptcy Court
       Northern District of Georgia (Atlanta)

Debtor's Counsel: George M. Geeslin, Esq.
                  GEORGE M. GEESLIN
                  Two Midtown Plaza, Ste. 1350
                  1349 West Peachtree Street
                  Atlanta, GA 30309
                  Tel: (404) 841-3464
                  Fax: 866-253-2313
                  E-mail: George@GMGeeslinLaw.com

Estimated Assets: $0 to $50,000

Estimated Liabilities: $1 million to $10 million

The petition was signed by Charles Petrakopoulos, CEO.

A copy of the Debtor's list of 12 unsecured creditors is available
for free at http://bankrupt.com/misc/ganb17-55343.pdf


AMERICAN TIRE: Moody's Rates Proposed $100MM Sr. Notes at Caa2
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Moody's Investors Service assigned a Caa2 rating to American Tire
Distributor, Inc.'s proposed $100 million add-on to their existing
10.25% senior subordinated notes due 2022. At the same time,
Moody's affirmed ATDI's existing ratings including the B3 Corporate
Family Rating (CFR), B3-PD Probability of Default Rating (PDR), and
B3 senior secured term loan rating. Moody's also changed the
ratings outlook to negative from stable.

The proceeds from the add-on will be used to partially repay
borrowings outstanding under ATDI's U.S. asset-based revolving
credit facility and to pay related fees and expenses. The notes
will be fully fungible with the existing senior subordinated notes
due 2022.

The outlook change to negative from stable reflects Moody's
concerns that ATDI will not be able to generate earnings and free
cash flow sufficient to substantially de-lever its capital
structure over the next 12-18 months, and that the company's
financial policies might not support sustained de-leveraging.

"While the bond offering and subsequent repayment of ABL borrowings
alleviates Moody's concerns about ATDI's near term liquidity needs
during its peak seasonal cash needs period, the company is adding
permanent debt financing to an already heavily- burdened capital
structure and has struggled to generate positive cash flow despite
recent earnings improvement," said Moody's analyst Oleg Markin.
Moody's believes that positive industry fundamentals and
management's implemented business initiatives could support
positive free cash flow and deleveraging over the next few years,
but the lack of a consistent track record and competitive industry
intensity creates uncertainty.

Moody's took the following rating actions on American Tire
Distributors, Inc.:

-- Corporate Family Rating, affirmed at B3

-- Probability of Default Rating, affirmed at B3-PD

-- $720 million ($706.1 million outstanding) senior secured term
    loan due 2021, affirmed at B3 (LGD3)

-- $932.4 million senior subordinated notes due 2022, affirmed at

    Caa2 (LGD5)

-- Proposed $100 million add-on senior subordinated notes due
    2022, assigned at Caa2 (LGD5)

-- Outlook, changed to negative from stable

RATINGS RATIONALE

ATDI's B3 CFR reflects the company's high debt-to-EBITDA leverage,
estimated at 7.5 times as of December 31, 2016, aggressive
financial policy and weak cash flow generation. The rating is also
constrained by ATD's acquisitive growth strategy, whereby the
company has made extensive use of its revolver to finance
acquisitions and capital expenditures for distribution center
openings. As a wholesale distributor, the company has
characteristically low margins and high fixed costs, which heighten
its sensitivity to fluctuations in unit sales volumes.

Nevertheless, the rating is supported by the long-term stability of
replacement tire demand, as well as ATDI's good market position,
diverse customer base, and adequate liquidity. Moody's expects ATDI
to generate revenue and earnings growth in the
low-single-digit-range over the next 12-18 months primarily owing
to unit volume growth and management's transformation initiatives
that allow for greater market share capture while controlling
costs. ATDI should also benefit from favorable industry conditions
in the near term, such as growth in the US vehicle population and
miles driven, stable gasoline prices, modest macroeconomic
improvement in the US and Canada, and anticipated inflationary
pressures that may create temporary tailwinds.

The ratings could be downgraded if ATDI experiences a significant
deterioration in unit volume, operating margins, or if the company
loses a major supplier relationship. Persistently negative free
cash flow generation, an inability to reduce and sustain lower
leverage, or diminished liquidity including lower availability
under the revolver could also result in a downgrade.

Given ATDI's high financial leverage and weak cash flow generation,
a ratings upgrade is not expected in the intermediate term.
Profitable revenue growth that leads to a material reduction in
leverage and a good liquidity profile will be necessary for an
upgrade. Quantitatively, the rating could improve if ATDI sustains
debt-to-EBITDA (Moody's adjusted) below 6.0 times and
EBITDA-Capex/Interest expense (Moody's adjusted) above 1.5 times.

The principal methodology used in these ratings was Distribution &
Supply Chain Services Industry published in December 2015.

American Tire Distributors, Inc., ("ATDI") headquartered in
Huntersville, NC, is a wholesale distributor of tires (97% of net
sales), custom wheels, and related tools. It operates more than 140
distribution centers in the US and Canada, with over $5 billion of
revenues for the twelve months ended December 31, 2016. The company
is controlled by TPG Capital, L.P. (46.7%) and Ares Management,
L.P. (46.7%), with remaining shares held by management.



ANDRA'S REDEMPTION: Hires Rosenberg Musso as Attorney
-----------------------------------------------------
Andra's Redemption, Inc. seeks authorization from the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of New York to employ
Rosenberg, Musso & Weiner as attorney.

The Debtor requires Rosenberg Musso to:

   (a) give the Debtor legal advice with respect to its powers and

       duties as debtor-in-possession in the continued operation
       of its business and management of its property;

   (b) prepare on behalf of the Debtor as debtor-in-possession
       necessary petitions, pleadings, orders, reports and other
       legal papers; and

   (c) perform all other legal services for applicant as debtor-
       in-possession which may be necessary and appropriate in the

       conduct of this case.

Rosenberg Musso will be paid at these hourly rates:

       Partners               $650
       Associates             $525

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

Bruce Weiner, partner of Rosenberg Musso, 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 Debtor and its estate.

Rosenberg Musso can be reached at:

       Bruce Weiner, Esq.
       ROSENBERG, MUSSO & WEINER
       26 Court Street, Suite 2211
       Brooklyn, NY 11242
       Tel: (718) 855-6840
       Fax: (718) 625-1966

                   About Andra's Redemption

Andra's Redemption, Inc., based in Ozone Park, N.Y., filed a
Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. E.D.N.Y. Case No. 17-40825) on February
24, 2017.  The Hon. Nancy Hershey Lord presides over the case.
Bruce Weiner, Esq., at Rosenberg, Musso & Weiner, serves as
bankruptcy counsel.

In its petition, the Debtor indicated $1.02 million in total assets
and $493,000 liabilities.  The petition was signed by Andra
Indarmattie, president.



AP&E PROPERTIES: May Use BB&T's Cash Collateral Until May 1
-----------------------------------------------------------
The Hon. Frank W. Volk of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Southern District of West Virginia has entered an agreed order
granting AP&E Properties, LLC's use of Branch Banking & Trust
Company's cash collateral until May 1, 2017.

As reported by the Troubled Company Reporter on Jan. 12, 2017, the
Debtor sought the Court's permission to use cash collateral.  BB&T
holds secured claims against the Debtor in the amount of $410,680,
secured by the Debtor's real property, located at 194 Central
Avenue, Beckley, West Virginia, and the assignment of rents
receivable.

BB&T is granted a replacement lien and security interest in all of
the Debtor's rights to payment, accounts, cash, rental income that
the Debtor acquires or obtains an interest in or has acquired
postpetition.  

The parties will either file with the Court on April 30, 2017, a
proposed agreed order with terms and conditions for the Debtor's
continued use of cash collateral beyond April 30, 2017, or in the
absence of either the consent by BB&T or a court order, the Debtor
will cease to use cash collateral after April 30, 2017.

The Debtor will:

     a. make payment to BB&T of $3,088.05 on March 20, 2017, and
        April 20, 2017;

     b. file a plan of reorganization and a disclosure statement
        by April 1, 2017;

     c. limit its use of cash collateral to the payment of
        ordinary and regular and core expenses of the continued
        operation of its business; and

     d. provide BB&T proof of insurance for all improvements on
        the real properties against loss by fire and other
        hazards, casualties and contingencies in amounts not less
        than the scheduled values of the real properties, and the
        Debtor will promptly pay when due any premiums on the
        insurance.  

                    About AP&E Properties, LLC

AP&E Properties, LLC, sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. S.D. W.Va. Case No. 16-50282) on Nov. 15,
2016.  The petition was signed by James Phillip Wills.  The Debtor
is represented by George L. Lemon, Esq., at Lemon Law Office.  

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

An official committee of unsecured creditors has not yet been
appointed.


AQUION ENERGY: Seeks to Hire Morgan Lewis as Special Counsel
------------------------------------------------------------
Aquion Energy, Inc. seeks approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
for the District of Delaware to hire Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP as
special counsel.

Morgan Lewis will represent the Debtor in connection with
corporate, employment, transactional, and financial matters.  The
hourly rates charged by the firm for the services of its attorneys
range from $330 to $1,400.

Morgan Lewis does not hold or represent any interest adverse to the
Debtor or its bankruptcy estate, according to court filings.

The firm can be reached through:

     Julia Frost-Davies, Esq.
     Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP
     One Federal Street
     Boston, MA 02110-1726
     Tel: 617-341-7700
     Fax: 617-341-7701
     Email: Julia.frost-davies@morganlewis.com

                      About Aquion Energy Inc.

Aquion Energy, Inc., based in Pittsburgh, PA, filed a Chapter 11
petition (Bankr. D. Del. Case No. 17-10500) on March 8, 2017.  The
petition was signed by Suzanne B. Roski, chief restructuring
officer.  In its petition, the Debtor estimated $10 million to $50
million in both assets and liabilities.

Judge Kevin J. Carey presides over the case.  

The Debtor tapped Laura Davis Jones, Esq., at Pachulski Stang Ziehl
& Jones LLP, as counsel, and Suzanne Roski of Protiviti, Inc. as
chief restructuring officer.  The Debtor also engaged Kurtzman
Carson Consultants, LLC, as claims and noticing agent; and Suzanne
Roski of Protiviti, Inc. as chief restructuring officer.


AVAYA INC: Committee Taps Alvarez & Marsal as Financial Advisor
---------------------------------------------------------------
The official committee of unsecured creditors of Avaya Inc. seeks
approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District
of New York to hire a financial advisor.

The committee proposes to hire Alvarez & Marsal North America, LLC
to provide these services in connection with the Chapter 11 cases
of Avaya and its affiliates:

     (a) assist in the review and analysis of the Debtors' "first
         day" orders and the budgets relating to those orders;

     (b) review the Debtors' business models, operations,
         liquidity, properties, assets and liabilities, financial
         condition, and prospects;

     (c) review financial information distributed by the Debtors
         to the committee, advisors or creditors;

     (d) attend meetings with the Debtors, lenders, creditors and
         other parties;

     (e) assist in the review and analysis of the Debtors' key
         Employee retention programs and other critical employee
         benefit programs; and

     (f) review and prepare information and analysis necessary for

         the confirmation of a plan of reorganization.

The hourly rates charged by the firm are:

     Managing Directors     $775 - $900
     Senior Directors       $675 - $750
     Directors              $600 - $650
     Associates             $450 - $575
     Analysts               $375 - $425

David Miller, A&M managing director, disclosed in a court filing
that his firm does not represent any other entity holding an
interest adverse to the committee.

The firm can be reached through:

     David Miller
     Alvarez & Marsal North America, LLC
     600 Madison Avenue, 8th Floor
     New York, NY 10022
     Phone: +1 212-759-4433
     Fax: +1 212-759-5532

                         About Avaya Inc.

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

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

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

The Debtors disclosed $5.52 billion in assets and $6.35 billion in
liabilities as of September 30, 2016.  

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

On January 31, 2017, the U.S. Trustee for Region 2,appointed an
official committee of unsecured creditors.


AVAYA INC: Committee Taps Jefferies as Investment Banker
--------------------------------------------------------
The official committee of unsecured creditors of Avaya Inc. seeks
approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District
of New York to hire an investment banker.

The committee proposes to hire Jefferies LLC to provide these
services in connection with the Chapter 11 cases of Avaya and its
affiliates:

     (a) analyze the business, operations, properties, financial
         condition and prospects of the Debtors;

     (b) advise the committee on the current state of the         

         "restructuring market;"

     (c) advise the committee on any transaction involving a
         significant portion of the Debtors' equity securities or
         businesses;

     (d) assist the committee in examining and analyzing any
         potential or proposed restructuring;

     (e) assist the committee in evaluating and analyzing the
         proposed implementation of any transaction, including the

         value of the securities or debt instruments that may be
         issued in any such transaction;

     (f) advise the committee on tactics and strategies for
         negotiating with other stakeholders; and

     (g) attend meetings of the committee and provide testimony.

The firm will receive a monthly fee of $175,000, and a $4.25
million fee upon consummation of a transaction.

Leon Szlezinger, managing director of Jefferies, disclosed in a
court filing that his firm does not hold or represent any interest
adverse to the Debtors' bankruptcy estates or creditors.

The firm can be reached through:

     Leon Szlezinger
     Jefferies LLC
     520 Madison Avenue
     New York, NY 10022

                         About Avaya Inc.

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

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

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

The Debtors disclosed $5.52 billion in assets and $6.35 billion in
liabilities as of September 30, 2016.  

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

On January 31, 2017, the U.S. Trustee for Region 2,appointed an
official committee of unsecured creditors.


AVAYA INC: Committee Taps Morrison & Foerster as Legal Counsel
--------------------------------------------------------------
The official committee of unsecured creditors of Avaya Inc. seeks
approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District
of New York to hire legal counsel.

The committee proposes to hire Morrison & Foerster LLP to give
legal advice regarding its duties under the Bankruptcy Code,
negotiate with Avaya representatives, assist in the preparation of
a bankruptcy plan, give advice on any potential sale of assets, and
provide other legal services.

The hourly rates charged by the firm are:

     Partners              $760 - $1,340
     Of Counsel            $695 - $1,260
     Senior of Counsel     $695 - $1,260
     Attorneys               $435 - $830
     Associates              $435 - $830
     Paraprofessionals       $225 - $730

Lorenzo Marinuzzi, Esq., at Morrison & Foerster, disclosed in a
court filing that his firm is a "disinterested person" as defined
in section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code.

In accordance with Appendix B-Guidelines for reviewing fee
applications filed by attorneys in larger Chapter 11 cases, Mr.
Marinuzzi disclosed that the firm did not agree to any variations
from or alternatives to its customary billing arrangements in
connection with its employment.

Mr. Marinuzzi also disclosed that Morrison & Foerster did not
represent the committee prior to the Chapter 11 cases of Avaya and
its affiliates, and that the committee has approved the firm's
prospective budget and staffing plan for the first interim period.

The firm can be reached through:

     Lorenzo Marinuzzi, Esq.
     Jonathan I. Levine, Esq.
     Todd M. Goren, Esq.
     Erica J. Richards, Esq.
     Morrison & Foerster LLP
     250 West 55th Street
     New York, NY 10019
     Tel: (212) 468-8000
     Fax: (212) 468-7900

                         About Avaya Inc.

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

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

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

The Debtors disclosed $5.52 billion in assets and $6.35 billion in
liabilities as of September 30, 2016.  

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

On January 31, 2017, the U.S. Trustee for Region 2,appointed an
official committee of unsecured creditors.


AYTU BIOSCIENCE: Sold Acerus Shares for $1.1 Million
----------------------------------------------------
In Aytu Bioscience, Inc.'s third fiscal quarter of 2017, it sold
all of the shares of common stock of Acerus Pharmaceutics
Corporation that it acquired in April 2016 for approximately $2
million as a condition to its licensing of Natesto.  The per share
purchase price was C$0.207.  Acerus common stock is traded on the
Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol "ASP."  The gross proceeds
from the sale of the Acerus shares was approximately $1.1 million,
as disclosed in a Form 8-K report filed with the Securities and
Exchange Commission.

                    About Aytu Bioscience

Aytu BioScience, Inc. (OTCMKTS:AYTU) is a commercial-stage
specialty healthcare company concentrating on developing and
commercializing products with an initial focus on urological
diseases and conditions.  Aytu is currently focused on addressing
significant medical needs in the areas of urological cancers,
hypogonadism, urinary tract infections, male infertility, and
sexual dysfunction.

Aytu Bioscience reported a net loss of $28.18 million for the year
ended June 30, 2016, following a net loss of $7.72 million for the
year ended June 30, 2015.  As of Dec. 31, 2016, Aytu Bioscience had
$21.50 million in total assets, $11.05 million in total liabilities
and $10.44 million in total stockholders' equity.

EKS&H LLLP, in Denver, Colorado, issued a "going concern"
qualification on the consolidated financial statements for the year
ended June 30, 2016, citing that the Company has suffered recurring
losses from operations and has a net capital deficiency that raises
substantial doubt about the Company's ability to continue as a
going concern.


AYTU BIOSCIENCE: VP Jonathan McGrael's Employment Terminated
------------------------------------------------------------
The employment of Jonathan H. McGrael, Aytu Bioscience, Inc.'s vice
president of commercial operations, terminated on March 13, 2017,
as a result of which he will receive payment equal to six months of
salary and an allowance for relocation-related expenses, as well as
the vesting in full of his unvested options to purchase an
aggregate of 40,000 shares of the Company's common stock and his
140,000 restricted shares, according to a Form 8-K report filed
with the Securities and Exchange Commission on March 17, 2017.

                   About Aytu Bioscience

Aytu BioScience, Inc. (OTCMKTS:AYTU) is a commercial-stage
specialty healthcare company concentrating on developing and
commercializing products with an initial focus on urological
diseases and conditions.  Aytu is currently focused on addressing
significant medical needs in the areas of urological cancers,
hypogonadism, urinary tract infections, male infertility, and
sexual dysfunction.

Aytu Bioscience reported a net loss of $28.18 million for the year
ended June 30, 2016, following a net loss of $7.72 million for the
year ended June 30, 2015.  As of Dec. 31, 2016, Aytu Bioscience had
$21.50 million in total assets, $11.05 million in total liabilities
and $10.44 million in total stockholders' equity.

EKS&H LLLP, in Denver, Colorado, issued a "going concern"
qualification on the consolidated financial statements for the year
ended June 30, 2016, citing that the Company has suffered recurring
losses from operations and has a net capital deficiency that raises
substantial doubt about the Company's ability to continue as a
going concern.


AZURE MIDSTREAM: Winding Down Oil and Gas Business
--------------------------------------------------
Azure Midstream Partners, LP, and its direct and indirect
subsidiaries filed on March 20, 2017, their Joint Plan of
Liquidation.

The Debtors are a midstream oil and gas service business that
provides natural gas gathering, compression, dehydration, treating,
processing, and hydrocarbon dew-point control and transportation
services to natural gas marketers and third-party pipeline
companies, and trans-loading services to crude oil producers and
refiners.  As a midstream service provider, the Debtors are a
critical link between companies that explore for and produce
natural gas and industrial, commercial, and residential end-user
markets.  The midstream industry is generally characterized by
regional competition based on the proximity of gathering systems
and processing plants to natural gas and crude oil producing
wells.

As previously disclosed, on March 15, 2017, Azure Midstream
Partners, LP and certain of its direct and indirect subsidiaries
entered into a purchase and sale agreement with BTA Gathering LLC,
a wholly owned subsidiary of Enterprise Products Operating LLC,
pursuant to which BTA agreed to purchase substantially all of
Seller's assets.  On the same date, the Court accepted the fully
executed PSA and incorporated it into the Court's sale order also
dated March 15, 2017.

The purpose of the Plan is to effectuate the completion of a sale
of the Assets and the orderly wind down of the Debtors' affairs
through the distribution of: (i) the proceeds from the Sale
Transaction and (ii) other assets of the Estate for the benefit of
holders of Allowed Claims pursuant to the Plan and the Bankruptcy
Code's priority distribution requirements.  Under the Plan, Debtor
Azure Midstream Partners, LP will serve as Plan Administrator to,
among other things, resolve Disputed Claims, investigate and pursue
any Claims and Causes of Action not otherwise released under the
Plan (if appropriate), make distributions to holders of Allowed
Claims, and close the Chapter 11 Cases.  The Plan constitutes a
single Chapter 11 plan for all of the Debtors and the
classifications and treatment of Claims and Interests therein apply
to all of the Debtors.

On or before the Effective Date of the Plan, Azure Midstream
Partners GP, LLC, will form a subsidiary limited liability company
to serve as the Azure Custodian.  Pursuant to the Plan, if
confirmed by the Court, all of the Existing Azure Interests will be
deemed cancelled and the Azure Plan Interest will be issued to the
Azure Custodian, which will hold such share for the benefit of the
holders of such former Existing Azure Interests consistent with
their relative priority and economic entitlements.

Class 3 (Lender Claims) and Class 4 (General Unsecured Claims) are
impaired under the Plan and, therefore, the holders with respect
thereto are entitled to vote to accept or reject the Plan.

The Partnership intends (as soon as the Partnership determines it
is permitted to do so) to file a Form 15 with the Securities and
Exchange Commission to provide for the termination and suspension
of its reporting obligations under the Securities Exchange Act of
1934.

Copies of the Plan and a Disclosure Statement describing the Plan
are available for free at:

                      https://is.gd/mOhUnu
                      https://is.gd/FUzWV2

                  About Azure Midstream Partners

Azure Midstream Partners, LP, is a publicly traded Delaware master
limited partnership that was formed by NuDevco Partners, LLC and
its affiliates to develop, own, operate and acquire midstream
energy assets.

Azure Midstream and 11 of its affiliates sought protection under
Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. S.D. Tex. Lead Case No.
17-30461) on Jan. 30, 2017.  The petitions were signed by I.J.
Berthelot, II, president.  The cases are assigned to Judge David R
Jones.

Azure disclosed $375.53 million in assets and $179.38 million in
liabilities as of as of Sept. 30, 2016.

Vinson & Elkins LLP is serving as corporate counsel to the Debtors;
Evercore Group LLC is serving as as financial advisor; Alvarez &
Marsal North America LLC is serving as restructuring advisor; and
Kurtzman Carson Consultants LLC is serving as claims, noticing &
balloting agent.


BALDWIN PARK: Case Summary & 20 Largest Unsecured Creditors
-----------------------------------------------------------
Debtor: Baldwin Park Congregate Home, Inc.
        3462 Vineland Avenue
        Baldwin Park, CA 91706
        Website: Unavailable

Case No.: 17-13634

About the Debtor: Headquartered in Baldwin Park, California,
                  the Company is engaged in a health care
                  business.  It filed for bankruptcy  
                  protection on March 24, 2017, estimating
                  assets in the range of $0 to $50,000 and
                  liabilities of up to $10 million.  Eileen
                  Cambe signed the petition as chief executive
                  officer.

Chapter 11 Petition Date: March 24, 2017

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

Judge: Hon. Julia W. Brand

Debtor's Counsel: Giovanni Orantes, Esq.
                  THE ORANTES LAW FIRM, A.P.C.
                  3435 Wilshire Blvd Ste 2920
                  Los Angeles, CA 90010
                  Tel: 888-619-8222
                  Fax: 877-789-5776
                  E-mail: go@gobklaw.com

Estimated Assets: $0 to $50,000

Estimated Liabilities: $1 million to $10 million

The petition was signed by Eileen Cambe, chief executive officer.

A copy of the Debtor's list of 20 largest unsecured creditors is
available for free at http://bankrupt.com/misc/cacb17-13634.pdf


BARIA AND SONS: Oppenhuizen to Serve as Lead Bankruptcy Counsel
---------------------------------------------------------------
Baria and Sons, LLC filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Western District of Michigan a revised application to employ
Oppenhuizen Law Firm, PLC.

As previously reported by the Troubled Company Reporter, Baria and
Sons tapped Oppenhuizen as bankruptcy counsel.  The firm will work
as co-counsel with Chase Bylenga Hulst PLLC, another firm  tapped
by the company to serve as its legal counsel.

In its revised application, the company clarified that the
relationship between the firms will be a "true co-counsel
relationship" whereby Oppenhuizen will take the lead regarding the
bankruptcy and litigation due to James Oppenhuizen's experience
with small and medium-sized business Chapter 11 proceedings.

Each firm will review the other's billings and compare work
completed "to ensure that there is no unwarranted circumstances
involving multiple attorneys and no duplicative work," Baria and
Sons said in the court filing.

                    About Baria and Sons, LLC

Baria and Sons, LLC, filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. W.D. Mich.
Case No. 17-00970) on March 6, 2017.  The petition was signed by
Gurinder Baria, general manager.  The Debtor is represented by
James R. Oppenhuizen, Esq., at Oppenhuizen Law Firm, PLC.  At the
time of filing, the Debtor had estimated both assets and
liabilities to be between $500,000 to $1 million each.  No trustee
or examiner has been appointed in the Debtor's Chapter 11 case and
no Committees have been appointed designated.


BAYTEX ENERGY: Moody's Hikes Corporate Family Rating to B3
----------------------------------------------------------
Moody's Investors Service upgraded Baytex Energy Corp.'s Corporate
Family Rating (CFR) to B3 from Caa1, the Probability of Default
Rating to B3-PD from Caa1-PD and senior unsecured notes rating to
Caa1 from Caa2. The Speculative Grade Liquidity Rating has been
affirmed at SGL-3. The rating outlook was changed to stable.

"Baytex's upgrade reflects improved credit metrics driven by higher
commodity prices and solid margins from the Eagle Ford," said
Paresh Chari, Moody's AVP-Analyst.

Upgrades:

Issuer: Baytex Energy Corp.

-- Probability of Default Rating, Upgraded to B3-PD from Caa1-PD

-- Corporate Family Rating, Upgraded to B3 from Caa1

-- Senior Unsecured Regular Bond/Debenture, Upgraded to Caa1(LGD4)
from Caa2(LGD4)

Outlook Actions:

Issuer: Baytex Energy Corp.

-- Outlook, Changed To Stable From Negative

Affirmations:

Issuer: Baytex Energy Corp.

-- Speculative Grade Liquidity Rating, Affirmed SGL-3

RATINGS RATIONALE

Baytex's B3 CFR reflects expected adequate leverage in 2017 and
2018 (debt to EBITDA around 5x and retained cash flow/debt of about
15% in both years) and a weak leveraged full-cycle ratio (LFCR)
around 0.5x in 2017 and 2018 driven by high F&D costs. Moody's
expects production and reserves to stay roughly flat in 2017 and
2018 at 52,000 barrel of oil equivalent/day (boe/d, net of
royalties), which will be achieved with about C$300 million of
maintenance spending leading to around C$50 million of debt funded
negative free cash flow in both years. The rating is supported by
the company's sizeable production and reserves base and solid hedge
position in 2017.

The SGL-3 Speculative Grade Liquidity Rating reflects Baytex's
adequate liquidity. At December 31, 2016 and pro forma for the
Peace River acquisition, Baytex had negligible cash and roughly
C$500 million available after letters of credit under its
approximately C$770 million secured revolving credit facility
(US$575 million) due in June 2019, which is not subject to
borrowing base redeterminations. Moody's expects Baytex to fund
about C$50 million of negative free cash flow under the revolver
through 2017. Baytex's senior notes don't begin to mature until
2021. Moody's expects Baytex to be in compliance with its two
financial covenants through this period. Alternate liquidity is
limited by the fact that all of the assets are pledged to the
secured revolving credit facility lenders.

In accordance with Moody's Loss Given Default (LGD) Methodology,
the senior unsecured notes are rated Caa1, one notch below the CFR,
due to the priority-ranking US$575 million revolving credit
facility.

The stable outlook reflects Moody's view that Baytex's credit
metrics will be adequately positioned for the rating in 2017 and
2018 and that production and reserves will be flat.

The ratings could be upgraded if retained cash flow to debt is
likely to trend towards 20% and the leveraged full-cycle ratio was
likely to remain above 1x.

The ratings could be downgraded if retained cash flow to debt was
likely to fall below 10% or EBITDA to interest falls below 2x or
liquidity worsens.

Baytex Energy Corp. is a Calgary, Alberta-based independent
exploration and production company that has average daily
production of approximately 51,000 boe/d (net of royalties).

The principal methodology used in these ratings was Global
Independent Exploration and Production Industry published in
December 2011.



BCDG LP: TASS Enterprises No Longer Member of Committee
-------------------------------------------------------
The U.S. Trustee for Region 12 on March 22 announced that TASS
Enterprises, Inc., is no longer a member of the official committee
of unsecured creditors of BCDG, LP.

The remaining members of the committee are:

     (1) Global Merchant Cash, Inc.
         c/o Jay Keller
         64 Beaver Street, Suite 415
         New York, NY 10004
         Phone: (877) 795-1677
         Fax: (212) 981-9195
         Email: avital@walfunding.com

     (2) Mid Iowa McDonald’s Operators Group, Inc.
         c/o James Baker
         4923 Lincoln Way
         Ames, IA 50014
         Phone: (515) 292-1388
         Fax: (515) 292-6410
         Email: James.baker@partners.med.com

                          About BCDG LP

BCDG, LP, d/b/a McDonald's, filed a chapter 11 petition (Bankr.
S.D. Iowa Case No. 16-02263) on Nov. 18, 2016. The petition was
signed by Brown Customer Delight Group, Inc., general partner.  The
Debtor disclosed total assets at $6.70 million and total
liabilities at $15.62 million.

The Debtor is represented by Bradshaw, Fowler, Proctor & Fairgrave
PC.  The Debtor hired Eastman & Company as financial advisor,
Johnson Doerhoefer, & Miner PA as accountant.

On December 16, 2016, the U.S. Trustee for Region 12 appointed an
official committee of unsecured creditors.  The committee hired
Simmons Perrine Moyer Bergman PLC and Schafer and Weiner, PLLC as
legal counsel.


BECKFORD GROUP: Plan Confirmation Hearing on April 27
-----------------------------------------------------
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey will
consider approval of the Chapter 11 plan of The Beckford Group,
LLC, at a hearing on April 27.

The court on March 16 approved the company's disclosure statement,
allowing it to start soliciting votes from creditors.  

Creditors are required to file their objections and cast their
votes accepting or rejecting the plan not less than seven days
before the hearing.

                    About The Beckford Group

The Beckford Group, LLC sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D.N.J. Case No. 15-33248) on December 11,
2015.  The petition was signed by Julieann Dennis, managing
member.

The case is assigned to Judge Vincent F. Papalia.  The Debtor is
represented by Justin M. Gillman, Esq., at Gillman & Gillman.

At the time of the filing, the Debtor estimated assets of less than
$500,000 and liabilities of less than $100,000.


BIOSCRIP INC: Files Registration Statement for 3.3M Shares
----------------------------------------------------------
BioScrip, Inc. filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission
its Form S-3 registration statement which relates to the offer and
sale from time to time by the Selling Stockholders of up to
3,300,000 shares of the Common Stock, par value $0.0001 per share,
of BioScrip, Inc. that are currently issued and outstanding.  The
Selling Stockholders acquired all of the shares of Common Stock
covered by this prospectus in a private placement transaction in
which the Company sold 3,300,000 shares of Common Stock to the
Selling Stockholders pursuant to a stock purchase agreement, dated
March 1, 2017, by and among BioScrip and Venor Capital Master Fund
Ltd., MAP 139 Segregated Portfolio of LMA SPC, Venor Special
Situations Fund II LP and Trevithick LP. The Company is registering
the offer and sale of the shares of Common Stock to satisfy
registration rights it has granted to the Selling Stockholders.

The Company will not receive any of the proceeds from the sale of
shares of Common Stock by the Selling Stockholders.

The Selling Stockholders will pay all underwriting discounts and
selling commissions, if any, in connection with the sale of the
shares of Common Stock.The Company has agreed to pay certain
expenses in connection with this registration statement and to
indemnify the Selling Stockholders against certain liabilities. To
the Company's knowledge, as of the date of this prospectus, no
underwriter or other person has been engaged to facilitate the sale
of shares of Common Stock in this offering.

The Company's Common Stock is traded on the NASDAQ Global Market
under the symbol "BIOS." On March 9, 2017, the last reported sale
price of our Common Stock was $1.99 per share.

A full-text copy of the regulatory filing is available at:
https://is.gd/8bG2yr

                         About Bioscrip

Headquartered in Denver, Colo., BioScrip, Inc., is a national
provider of home infusion services.  The company's clinical
management programs and services provide access to prescription
medications for patients with chronic and acute healthcare
conditions, including gastrointestinal abnormalities, infectious
diseases, cancer, pain management, multiple sclerosis, organ
transplants, bleeding disorders, rheumatoid arthritis, immune
deficiencies and heart failure.

As of Sept. 30, 2016, Bioscrip had $595.40 million in total assets,
$550.05 million in total liabilities, $2.38 million in series A
convertible preferred stock, $67.24 million in series C convertible
preferred stock and a total stockholders' deficit of $24.28
million.

Bioscrip reported a net loss attributable to common stockholders of
$309.51 million in 2015, a net loss attributable to common
stockholders of $147.7 million in 2014, and a net loss attributable
to common stockholders of $69.65 million in 2013.

                          *    *    *

In November 2016, S&P Global Ratings lowered its corporate credit
rating on home infusion services provider BioScrip Inc. to 'CCC'
from 'CCC+' and revised the outlook to developing from stable. "The
downgrade reflects our belief that the company could face a
liquidity event within 12 months if it is unable to rapidly improve
profitability; moreover, given the company's lowered guidance, its
meaningful EBITDA shortfall in the third quarter, and its pattern
of falling short of its expectations, our confidence in the
company's ability to execute on its cost-cutting and other
strategic initiatives is limited," said credit analyst Elan Nat.

In March 2016, Moody's Investors Service downgraded BioScrip's
Corporate Family Rating to 'Caa2' from 'Caa1' and Probability of
Default Rating to 'Caa2-PD' from 'Caa1-PD'.


BIOSCRIP INC: Files Registration Statement of 7 Million Shares
--------------------------------------------------------------
BioScrip, Inc. filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission
its Form S-3 registration statement which relates to the offer and
sale from time to time by the Selling Stockholder of up to
7,093,750 shares of the Common Stock, par value $0.0001 per share,
of BioScrip, Inc. The Company registering the resale of the shares
of Common Stock as required by the Asset Purchase Agreement, dated
as of June 11, 2016 by and among HS Infusion Holdings, Inc., a
Delaware corporation, Home Infusion Solutions, LLC, a Delaware
limited liability company and a subsidiary of Home Solutions,
certain subsidiaries of Home Solutions, BioScrip and HomeChoice
Partners, Inc., a Delaware corporation.

The Company's registration of the shares of Common Stock covered by
this prospectus does not mean that the Selling Stockholder will
offer or sell any of the shares. The Selling Stockholder may offer
and sell or otherwise dispose of the shares of Common Stock
described in this prospectus from time to time through public or
private transactions at prevailing market prices, at prices related
to prevailing market prices or at privately negotiated prices.

The Company will not receive any of the proceeds from the sale of
shares of Common Stock by the Selling Stockholder.

The Selling Stockholder will pay all underwriting discounts and
selling commissions, if any, in connection with the sale of the
shares of Common Stock. BioScrip has agreed to pay certain expenses
in connection with this registration statement and to indemnify the
Selling Stockholder against certain liabilities. To the Company's
knowledge, as of the date of this prospectus, no underwriter or
other person has been engaged to facilitate the sale of shares of
Common Stock in this offering.

The Company's Common Stock is traded on the NASDAQ Global Market
under the symbol "BIOS." On March 9, 2017, the last reported sale
price of our Common Stock was $1.99 per share.

A full-text copy of the regulatory filing is available at:
https://is.gd/tL9kpC

                      About Bioscrip Inc.

Headquartered in Denver, Colo., BioScrip, Inc., is a national
provider of home infusion services.  The company's clinical
management programs and services provide access to prescription
medications for patients with chronic and acute healthcare
conditions, including gastrointestinal abnormalities, infectious
diseases, cancer, pain management, multiple sclerosis, organ
transplants, bleeding disorders, rheumatoid arthritis, immune
deficiencies and heart failure.

As of Sept. 30, 2016, Bioscrip had $595.40 million in total assets,
$550.05 million in total liabilities, $2.38 million in series A
convertible preferred stock, $67.24 million in series C convertible
preferred stock and a total stockholders' deficit of $24.28
million.

Bioscrip reported a net loss attributable to common stockholders of
$309.51 million in 2015, a net loss attributable to common
stockholders of $147.7 million in 2014, and a net loss attributable
to common stockholders of $69.65 million in 2013.

                          *    *    *

In November 2016, S&P Global Ratings lowered its corporate credit
rating on home infusion services provider BioScrip Inc. to 'CCC'
from 'CCC+' and revised the outlook to developing from stable. "The
downgrade reflects our belief that the company could face a
liquidity event within 12 months if it is unable to rapidly improve
profitability; moreover, given the company's lowered guidance, its
meaningful EBITDA shortfall in the third quarter, and its pattern
of falling short of its expectations, our confidence in the
company's ability to execute on its cost-cutting and other
strategic initiatives is limited," said credit analyst Elan Nat.

In March 2016, Moody's Investors Service downgraded BioScrip's
Corporate Family Rating to 'Caa2' from 'Caa1' and Probability of
Default Rating to 'Caa2-PD' from 'Caa1-PD'.


BIOSCRIP INC: Registers Additional 5,250,000 shares of Common Stock
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BioScrip, Inc, is filing a registration statement on Form S-8 to
register an additional 5,250,000 shares of Common Stock for
issuance under the BioScrip, Inc. 2008 Equity Incentive Plan. The
increase in the number of shares of Common Stock authorized for
issuance under the 2008 Plan, as well as certain other amendments
to the 2008 Plan that are described in BioScrip's definitive proxy
materials for their Special Meeting of Stockholders held on
November 30, 2016 (the "Special Meeting"), were approved by their
stockholders at the Special Meeting. Pursuant to General
Instruction E to Form S-8, the contents of the earlier registration
statements related to the 2008 Plan on Form S-8 filed on May 16,
2008 (333-150985), August 12, 2011 (File No. 333-176291) and
September 19, 2014 (File No. 333-198849) are available at:
https://is.gd/VHv1w0

                           About Bioscrip

Headquartered in Denver, Colo., BioScrip, Inc., is a national
provider of home infusion services.  The company's clinical
management programs and services provide access to prescription
medications for patients with chronic and acute healthcare
conditions, including gastrointestinal abnormalities, infectious
diseases, cancer, pain management, multiple sclerosis, organ
transplants, bleeding disorders, rheumatoid arthritis, immune
deficiencies and heart failure.

As of Sept. 30, 2016, Bioscrip had $595.40 million in total assets,
$550.05 million in total liabilities, $2.38 million in series A
convertible preferred stock, $67.24 million in series C convertible
preferred stock and a total stockholders' deficit of $24.28
million.

Bioscrip reported a net loss attributable to common stockholders of
$309.51 million in 2015, a net loss attributable to common
stockholders of $147.7 million in 2014, and a net loss attributable
to common stockholders of $69.65 million in 2013.

                          *    *    *

In November 2016, S&P Global Ratings lowered its corporate credit
rating on home infusion services provider BioScrip Inc. to 'CCC'
from 'CCC+' and revised the outlook to developing from stable. "The
downgrade reflects our belief that the company could face a
liquidity event within 12 months if it is unable to rapidly improve
profitability; moreover, given the company's lowered guidance, its
meaningful EBITDA shortfall in the third quarter, and its pattern
of falling short of its expectations, our confidence in the
company's ability to execute on its cost-cutting and other
strategic initiatives is limited," said credit analyst Elan Nat.

In March 2016, Moody's Investors Service downgraded BioScrip's
Corporate Family Rating to 'Caa2' from 'Caa1' and Probability of
Default Rating to 'Caa2-PD' from 'Caa1-PD'.


BIOSTAGE INC: Reports 2016 Net Loss of $11.5 Million
----------------------------------------------------
Biostage, Inc., filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission
its annual report on Form 10-K disclosing a net loss of $11.57
million on $82,000 of revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016,
compared to a net loss of $11.70 million on $118,000 of revenues
for the year ended Dec. 31, 2015.

The Company's balance sheet at Dec. 31, 2016, showed $4.55 million
in total assets, $2.77 million in total liabilities and $1.77
million in total stockholders' equity.

"The Company has incurred substantial operating losses since its
inception, and as of December 31, 2016 has an accumulated deficit
of approximately $36.3 million.  The Company expects to continue to
incur operating losses and negative cash flows from operations in
2017 and in future years.  On February 10, 2017, we completed a
public offering with gross proceeds of $8.0 million, or
approximately $6.8 million net of issuance costs (see note 14).
Management believes that the Company's cash as of March 14, 2017
will be sufficient to meet the Company's obligations through the
third quarter of 2017.  Therefore, these conditions raise
substantial doubt about the Company's ability to continue as a
going concern.

"The Company will need to raise additional funds in future periods
to fund its operations.  In the event the Company does not raise
additional capital from outside sources in the near future, it may
be forced to curtail or cease its operations.  Cash requirements
and cash resource needs will vary significantly depending upon the
timing and the financial and other resource needs that will be
required to complete ongoing development and pre-clinical and
clinical testing of products as well as regulatory efforts and
collaborative arrangements necessary for the Company's products
that are currently under development.  The Company will seek to
raise necessary funds through a combination of publicly or private
equity offerings, debt financings, other financing mechanisms, or
strategic collaborations and licensing arrangements.  The Company
may not be able to obtain additional financing on terms favorable
to us, if at all.

"The Company's operations will be adversely affected if it is
unable to raise or obtain needed funding and may materially affect
the Company's ability to continue as a going concern.  The
accompanying consolidated financial statements have been prepared
assuming that the Company will continue as a going concern and
therefore, the financial statements do not include any adjustments
to reflect the possible future effects on the recoverability and
classification of assets or the amount and classifications of
liabilities that may result from the outcome of this uncertainty."

KPMG LLP, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, issued a "going concern"
qualification on the consolidated financial statements for the year
ended Dec. 31, 2016, citing that the Company has suffered recurring
losses from operations and will require additional financing to
fund future operations which raise substantial doubt about its
ability to continue as a going concern.

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

                       https://is.gd/BemttY

                          About Biostage

Biostage, Inc., formerly Harvard Apparatus Regenerative Technology,
Inc. -- http://www.biostage.com/-- is a biotechnology company
engaged in developing bioengineered organ implants based on its
Cellframe technology.


BLACK KNIGHT: Moody's Raises Corporate Family Rating to Ba2
-----------------------------------------------------------
Moody's Investors Service upgraded Black Knight InfoServ, LLC's
Corporate Family Rating ("CFR") to Ba2 from Ba3 and Probability of
Default Rating to Ba2-PD from Ba3-PD. Moody's also affirmed the
first lien credit facilities at Ba2 and the senior unsecured notes
at Baa3. The senior unsecured notes are rated at the same level as
the guarantor Fidelity National Financial, Inc. ("FNF"). The
outlook remains stable.

The upgrade of the CFR to Ba2 from Ba3 reflects the company's solid
operating performance and improving credit metrics. At December 31,
2016, debt to EBITDA leverage (Moody's adj) was 3.5x, FCF to debt
was 13% and EBITDA margins were 45%. Moody's expects BKIS will
reduce debt to EBITDA to the low 3x in 2017.

RATINGS RATIONALE

BKIS's Ba2 CFR reflects the company's leading market position as a
provider of mission critical technology, workflow automation and
data and analytics to the mortgage industry, high recurring
revenues, a customer base consisting of many of the largest
mortgage and loan originators in the US, high EBITDA margins and
moderate pro forma debt to EBITDA (Moody's adjusted) of 3.5x at
December 31, 2016. The ratings also reflect a moderate revenue
scale, limited product line diversity and somewhat high customer
concentrations. BKIS's revenues are primarily driven by the number
of mortgages outstanding and, as such, revenues are only modestly
affected by changes in mortgage origination and refinancing
activities.

The ratings on the senior secured credit facilities reflects the
overall probability of default of the company, as reflected in the
Ba2-PD probability of default rating, and the expected loss of
individual debt instruments. The Ba2 rating on the senior secured
credit facilities reflects its priority position in the capital
structure and an LGD assessment of LGD 3. The Ba2 rating reflects a
one notch downward override from the LGD model implied rating
because the mix of secured and unsecured debt in the capital
structure could change in the near term as the company expects to
refinance its senior unsecured notes as part of FNF's planned
distribution of its majority ownership of Black Knight Financial
Services, Inc. ("BKFS Inc.").

The SGL-1 speculative grade liquidity rating reflects strong
liquidity. In 2017, Moody's expects free cash flow of around $225
million, significant availability under the revolver and good
cushion under the financial covenants that apply to the revolver
and term loan A only.

The stable rating outlook reflects Moody's expectation that BKIS
will reduce debt to EBITDA (on a Moody's adjusted basis) to the low
3x in FY 2017, while maintaining EBITDA margins of about 45% and
FCF to total debt in the mid teen percentage. It also assumes good
liquidity is maintained and the maintenance of conservative
financial policies.

The ratings could be upgraded if BKIS demonstrates sustained growth
in revenues and profitability such that FCF / debt increases to
about 15% and Debt to EBITDA is sustained under 2.5x.

The ratings could be downgraded if revenues and profitability
decline or financial policies become more aggressive such that
leverage is sustained above 4.0x or if liquidity becomes
constrained.

The following ratings were upgraded:

Issuer: Black Knight InfoServ, LLC

Corporate Family Rating -- Ba2 from Ba3

Probability of Default Rating -- Ba2-PD from Ba3-PD

Speculative Grade Liquidity Rating -- SGL-1 from SGL-2

The following ratings were affirmed:

Issuer: Black Knight InfoServ, LLC

Senior Secured Revolving Credit Facility -- Ba2 (LGD3)

Senior Secured Term Loan A --Ba2 (LGD3)

Senior Secured Term Loan B --Ba2 (LGD3)

Senior unsecured notes -- Baa3

Outlook -- Stable

Black Knight Financial Services, Inc., is a leading provider of
integrated technology, workflow automation and data and analytics
to the mortgage industry, with $1.026 billion in revenues for FY
December 31, 2016. BKFS Inc. is a holding company and parent of
wholly-owned subsidiary Black Knight InfoServ, LLC.

The principal methodology used in these ratings was Business and
Consumer Service Industry published in October 2016.


BONANZA CREEK: Ad Hoc Equity Committee & Cigna Try to Block Plan OK
-------------------------------------------------------------------
The Ad Hoc Committee of Equity Security Holders and Cigna Health
and Life Insurance Company, Life Insurance Company of North
America, and Cigna Behavioral Health, Inc., filed with the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware objections to Bonanza
Creek Energy, Inc., et al.'s first amended joint prepackaged plan
of reorganization.

The Ad Hoc Equity Committee claims that the Plan is not confirmable
because it violates the absolute priority rule, as part of a brazen
attempt by supporting noteholders and the Debtors' conflicted
management to abscond with the value that belongs to equity
holders.  

The Ad Hoc Equity Committee says, "This improper diversion of value
is attempted through Debtors' management's support of an
indefensibly low total enterprise valuation.  The Ad Hoc Equity
Committee has put its money where its mouth is, and offered a
better and higher proposal to the Debtors with no due diligence
outs that requires the Ad Hoc Equity Committee to put up $350
million as part of its proposal based on the valuation it has
submitted to this Court in support of this Objection.  Indeed, the
market is not buying what the Supporting Noteholders and the
Debtors are selling: the unsecured notes trade close to par.  Even
the Debtors' own expert admits that the market values the Debtors
almost more the value that the Debtors would have this Court
accept.  This Court should similarly decline to buy what the
Debtors are selling.  As a result, this Court should conduct a
valuation hearing and deny confirmation of the Plan . . . because,
as the Ad Hoc Equity Committee contends, equity is 'in the money'
and unsecured creditors are being paid more than 100% of the value
of their claim.  In addition, it is clear that the Debtors have
failed to provide adequate disclosure . . . .  Furthermore, it is
clear that the Plan incorporates impermissible release provisions,
and that the Plan was not proposed in good faith."

A copy of the Objection is available at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/deb17-10015-351.pdf

Cigna and the Debtors are parties to contracts pursuant to which
Cigna provides insurance and administrative services for the
Debtors' employee benefits program.  

Under the Plan, the Debtors propose to assume all of their
executory contracts.  The cure notice filed by the Debtor on March
3, 2017, does not list any contracts and proposes a $0 cure for all
contracts to be assumed under the Plan.  The Plan proposes to give
non-debtor counterparties to executory contracts no practical or
definitive notice as to whether their contracts will be assumed or
rejected.  

Cigna filed its objection because the Plan, its schedules, the cure
notice and the service of the cure notice provide no notice or
certainty as to which, if any, of the Cigna Contracts are to be
assumed or rejected under the Plan.  The cure notice fails to
propose sufficient cure amounts for the Cigna Contracts.

Geophysical Pursuit, Inc., withdrew its objection to the Plan.

Richard Klein and Matthew Rodrigue -- Managing Directors of Miller
Buckfire & Co., the financial advisor of the Ad Hoc Committee of
Equity Security Holders -- said in an declaration filed on March 8
that Miller Buckfire began negotiations with each of the Debtors,
Silo Energy LLC, NGL Crude Logistics, LLC, and the Debtors' secured
lenders regarding the Ad Hoc Equity Committee's alternative
restructuring proposal.

Mr. Klein said, "While we engaged in extensive discussions with the
Debtors and their financial advisors, our attempts to hold similar
discussions with Silo, NGL, and the RBL Parties met with
resistance, which we were told was due to the unwillingness of each
party to risk litigation under the agreements governing the
Debtors' settlements with each party.  Specifically, on Feb. 21,
2017, I spoke to Steve Simms, a Senior Managing Director at FTI
Consulting, Inc., which serves as financial advisor to Silo,
regarding the Ad Hoc Equity Committee's desire to include in the Ad
Hoc Equity Committee's alternative restructuring proposal a
settlement with Silo on equal or better terms to those contained in
Silo's stipulation with the Debtors.  Mr. Simms told me that Silo
would not engage in any official negotiations with the Ad Hoc
Equity Committee without a written affirmation from the Debtors
that any such negotiations would not be a violation of Silo's
stipulation and settlement agreement with the Debtors and the Ad
Hoc Committee of Unsecured Noteholders, out of the fear of losing
the deal that Silo had cut with the Debtors and the Noteholders."

The Ad Hoc Committee of Equity Security Holders asked the Court on
March 8 to adjourn the March 17 combined hearing to consider the
approval of the Debtors' disclosure statement and plan confirmation
so as to first allow for an evidentiary hearing on the pending
motion of the Ad Hoc Committee of Equity Security Holders for an
order appointing a trustee or, in the alternative, appoint an
examiner.

The Ad Hoc Equity Committee is represented by:  

     William E. Chipman, Jr., Esq.
     CHIPMAN BROWN CICERO & COLE, LLP
     Hercules Plaza
     1313 North Market Street, Suite 5400
     Tel: (302) 295-0191
     Fax: (302) 295-0199
     E-mail: chipman@chipmanbrown.com

          -- and --

     Edward S. Weisfelner, Esq.
     Bennett S. Silverberg, Esq.
     D. Cameron Moxley, Esq.
     BROWN RUDNICK LLP
     Seven Times Square
     New York, New York 10036
     Tel: (212) 209-4800
     Fax: (212) 209-4801
     E-mail: eweisfelner@brownrudnick.com
             bsilverberg@brownrudnick.com
             cmoxley@brownrudnick.com

          -- and --

     Mark S. Baldwin, Esq.
     185 Asylum Street
     Hartford, CT 06103
     Tel: (860) 509-6500
     Fax: (860) 509-6501
     E-mail: mbaldwin@brownrudnick.com

Cigna is represented by:

     Jeffrey C. Wisler, Esq.
     CONNOLLY GALLAGHER LLP
     100 West Street, Suite 1400
     Wilmington, DE 19081
     Tel: (302) 757-7300
     Fax: (302) 658-0380
     E-mail: jwisler@connollygallagher.com

Geophysical Pursuit is represented by:

     Bruce J. Ruzinsky, Esq.
     JACKSON WALKER L.L.P.  
     1401 McKinney, Suite 1900
     Houston, Texas 77010
     Tel: (713) 752-4204
     Fax: (713) 752-4221
     E-mail: bruzinsky@jw.com

          -- and --

     Jennifer F. Wertz, Esq.  
     JACKSON WALKER L.L.P.  
     100 Congress Avenue, Suite 1100
     Austin, Texas 78701
     Tel: (512) 236-2237
     Fax: (512) 236-2000
     E-mail: jwertz@jw.com

                   About Bonanza Creek Energy

Bonanza Creek Energy, Inc. (NYSE: BCEI) --
http://www.bonanzacrk.com/-- is an independent oil and Natural Gas
Company engaged in the acquisition, exploration, development and
production of onshore oil and associated liquids-rich natural gas
in the U.S.  The Company's assets and operations are concentrated
primarily in the Rocky Mountain region in the Wattenberg Field,
focused on the Niobrara and Codell formations, and in southern
Arkansas, focused on oily Cotton Valley sands.

On Jan. 4, 2017, Bonanza Creek Energy, Inc., and six affiliated
debtors each filed a voluntary petition for relief under Chapter 11
of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Del. Lead Case No. Case No.
17-10015).  The cases are pending before the Hon. Kevin J. Carey,
and the Debtors have requested joint administration of the cases.

Bonanza Creek Energy on Dec. 23, 2016, filed a Joint Prepackaged
Plan of Reorganization and Disclosure Statement after reaching a
deal with (i) certain holders that own or manage with the authority
to act on behalf of the beneficial owners of 51.1% in aggregate
principal amount of Bonanza Creek's approximately $800 million in
aggregate principal amount of outstanding 5.75% Senior Notes and
6.75% Senior Notes; and (ii) NGL Energy Partners LP and NGL Crude
Logistics, LLC, the counterparties to one of the Debtors' crude oil
purchase and sale agreements.

Davis, Polk & Wardwell LLP is acting as legal counsel to the
Debtors, Richards, Layton & Finger, P.A., is acting as co-counsel,
Perella Weinberg Partners LP is acting as financial advisor,
Alvarez & Marsal LLC is acting as restructuring advisor and Prime
Clerk LLC is acting as notice, claims and solicitation agent to the
Company in connection with its restructuring efforts.

Kirkland & Ellis LLP serves as legal counsel and Evercore Group
L.L.C. serves as financial advisor to the ad hoc committee of
senior noteholders.


BREVARD EYE: April 20 Patient Care Ombudsman Appointment Set
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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida
entered a Notice to order the appointment of a patient care
ombudsman for Brevard Eye Center, Inc., not later than April 20,
2017.

Based on the Notice regarding the appointment of a patient care
ombudsman, the Court noted that the Debtor is a health care
business. The Court will order the appointment of a PCO, unless the
Debtor produces within 14 days of the notice, a sufficient evidence
for the Court to find that the appointment of such ombudsman is not
necessary under the specific facts of the case.

Medical City Eye Center, P.A. (Case No. 17-01830), together with
its affiliates Brevard Eye Center, Inc. (Case No. 17-01828),
Brevard Surgery Center, Inc. (Case No. 17-01829), and THMIH, Inc.
(Case No.) 17-01831), filed voluntary Chapter 11 Petitions on March
21, 2017, and are represented by Geoffrey S Aaronson, Esq., and
Samuel J Capuano, Esq., at Aaronson Schantz Beiley P.A., in Miami,
Florida.

Medical City Eye Center -- www.medicalcityeye.com -- has been
serving East Central Florida as The Brevard Eye Center for over 28
years and serving Downtown Orlando as Yager Eye Institute for over
50 years.  The Company is known as the Space Coast's leading eye
care professionals.

At the time of filing, the Debtor each disclosed estimated assets
of $1 million to $10 million and estimated liabilities of $10
million to $50 million.


BREVARD SURGERY: April 20 Patient Care Ombudsman Appointment Set
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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida
entered a Notice to order the appointment of a patient care
ombudsman for Brevard Surgery Center, Inc., not later than April
20, 2017.

Based on the Notice regarding the appointment of a patient care
ombudsman, the Court noted that the Debtor is a health care
business. The Court will order the appointment of a PCO, unless the
Debtor produces within 14 days of the notice, a sufficient evidence
for the Court to find that the appointment of such ombudsman is not
necessary under the specific facts of the case.

Medical City Eye Center, P.A. (Case No. 17-01830), together with
its affiliates Brevard Eye Center, Inc. (Case No. 17-01828),
Brevard Surgery Center, Inc. (Case No. 17-01829), and THMIH, Inc.
(Case No.) 17-01831), filed voluntary Chapter 11 Petitions on March
21, 2017, and are represented by Geoffrey S Aaronson, Esq., and
Samuel J Capuano, Esq., at Aaronson Schantz Beiley P.A., in Miami,
Florida.

Medical City Eye Center -- www.medicalcityeye.com -- has been
serving East Central Florida as The Brevard Eye Center for over 28
years and serving Downtown Orlando as Yager Eye Institute for over
50 years.  The Company is known as the Space Coast's leading eye
care professionals.

At the time of filing, the Debtor each disclosed estimated assets
of $1 million to $10 million and estimated liabilities of $10
million to $50 million.


BRIDGE CORNER STONE: Court Confirms Chapter 11 Liquidation Plan
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Judge Bruce T. Beesley of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Nevada issued an order confirming the plan of
liquidation filed by John R. Moorman and Charles Richard Hart, Jr.,
on Jan 10, 2017, for Bridge Corner Stone, LLC.

The Court ordered that the due diligence period provided in Section
4.3(a) of the Purchase Agreement is reduced from 30 days to 14
days.

The Plan provides that after the Effective Date, the Transferred
Assets will be sold to Brad Hall & Associates, Inc., an Idaho
Corporation for a purchase price of $2.15 Million. The proceeds of
this Sale will be utilized to pay the Allowed Administrative Claims
and Allowed Claims in Classes 1 through 3. The Plan Administrator
shall marshal the remaining Assets and distribute such Assets to
the Holders of Allowed Claims in Class 4, with any remaining Assets
being distributed to the Holder of Class 5 Equity Securities should
the Class 4 Claims be paid in full with interest.

Class 4 is comprised of the General Unsecured Claims. Each
creditor
with an Allowed General Unsecured Claim shall receive such
Holder's
Pro Rata portion of the Net Distributable Assets up to the full
amount of such Holder's Allowed Claim, plus interest at the rate
of
3% per annum, on the later of: (i) the Distribution Date;  and
(ii)
the date the Holder's Class 4 Claim is Allowed by entry of a Final
Order of the Bankruptcy Court. This class is impaired under the
plan.

                 About Bridge Corner Stone

Bridge Corner Stone, LLC and Rancho Mart, LLC sought protection
under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Nev. Lead Case
No. 16-13493) on June 24, 2016. The petition was signed by Dawit
Ambaye, manager.

The case is assigned to Judge Bruce T. Beesley.

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

The Debtor hired the Ballstaedt Law Firm as bankruptcy counsel.


BROOKS FURNITURE: Wants to Employ Dickensheet to Auction Furniture
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Brooks Furniture & Design, Inc., asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for
the District of Colorado to authorize the Debtor to sell remaining
furniture inventory by public auction of the secured lien in favor
of Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.; and to employ and compensate Dickensheet
and Associates, Inc., as public auctioneer of the remaining
furniture inventory after April 15, 2017.

The Debtor operates a retail home furniture store located at 8130
S. University Boulevard, Unit 120, Centennial, Colorado.  The
Debtor's assets consist primarily of furniture inventory having a
current retail value of approximately $400,000.  The Debtor's DIP
Account is maintained at Wells Fargo.

On March 27, 2012, Wells Fargo properly recorded with the Colorado
Secretary of State a valid security interest in the Debtor's
inventory, equipment, accounts, proceeds, and other "cash
collateral."  Wells Fargo therefore holds a valid secured lien
against Debtor's furniture inventory and cash collateral.  Wells
Fargo filed a proof of claim on Jan. 31, 2017 in the amount of
$125,233.  No other liens encumber the furniture inventory.

The Debtor recently determined it is no longer financially feasible
to continue operations given current market conditions.  It is in
the process of liquidating its remaining furniture inventory on a
retail basis at the Centennial Store.  The Debtor rejected its
Commercial Lease for the Centennial Store with Kwenda, Inc. and
plans to voluntarily surrender the Store on April 30, 2017.

The Debtor seeks to employ and compensate Dickensheet to auction
any remaining furniture inventory after April 15, 2017 at the
Centennial Store.  The Debtor and Dickensheet believe public
auction of any remaining furniture inventory at the Centennial
Store will maximize proceeds from such liquidation to the benefit
of creditors and Debtor's Chapter 11 bankruptcy estate. Employment
of Dickensheet under these circumstances is therefore in the best
interest of Debtor, creditors, and the bankruptcy estate.

Dickensheet will be paid a commission of 8% by the Debtor from
gross proceeds from sale of the remaining furniture inventory.  The
Buyers will pay an additional 12% of the successful bid price for
each item.  The Debtor is not responsible for paying any of the 12%
buyer's commission. The auction agreement provides the furniture
proceeds shall be paid to Debtor within 10 days following the
auction.  To provide further protection to Wells

Fargo, Dickensheet will first pay the Debtor's counsel Vorndran
Shilliday P.C. the sum of $150,000 which the Counsel will deposit
and maintain in its COLTAF Account maintained at Wells Fargo
pending further order of the Court.  Any additional proceeds from
sale of the furniture inventory will be paid directly to the Debtor
and deposited into the Debtor's DIP Account maintained with Wells
Fargo.  The Dickensheet will have authority to charge up to an
additional $500 for auction-related costs and expenses.  Any
additional fees and costs are subject to prior court approval after
notice and an opportunity for a hearing.  A date for the auction
has not been finalized but will be set following entry of an order
approving the relief sought in the Motion. The auction, however,
will take place between April 16 and April 30, 2017 at the
Centennial Store.

The auction conducted by Dickensheet will be designed to attract as
many potential bidders as possible to generate the greatest
possible proceeds under market conditions.  There will be an
opportunity for bidders to inspect the furniture inventory prior to
auction.

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

       http://bankrupt.com/misc/Brooks_Furniture_60_Sales.pdf

It is in the best interest of creditors and the Debtor's bankruptcy
estate to sell any remaining furniture inventory given the Debtor's
intent to cease operations after April 30, 2017.  Accordingly, the
Debtor asks that the Court enters an Order authorizing Debtor to
(i) employ and compensate Dickensheet pursuant to the Auction
Agreement; (ii) sell any remaining furniture inventory through
public auction conducted by Dickensheet free and clear of Wells
Fargo's secured lien, provided the Bank's secured lien will attach
to proceeds from sale of the inventory and that $150,000 of said
proceeds will be deposited into the Vorndran Shilliday COLTAF
Account pending further order of the Court; and (iii) for such
other and further relief as the Court deems just and proper.

                  About Brooks Furniture & Design

Brooks Furniture & Design, Inc., sought protection under Chapter
11
of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Colo. Case No. 16-20605) on
Oct. 27, 2016.  The petition was signed by Eldon Sullivan,
president.  The Debtor is represented by Robert J. Shilliday, III,
Esq., at Vorndran Shilliday, P.C.  At the time of filing, the
Debtor estimated assets and liabilities at $500,000 to $1 million
each.

An official committee of unsecured creditors has not yet been
appointed in the Chapter 11 case of Brooks Furniture & Design,
Inc.
as of Dec. 2, 2016, according to a court filing.


BRUCE FINDER: Has Interim OK to Use Cash Collateral Until April 22
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Judge Deborah L. Thorne of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Northern District of Illinois authorized Bruce Finder Sales, Inc.
to use the cash collateral of Fifth Third Bank on an interim basis
until April 22, 2017.

The Debtor is authorized to use cash collateral solely to pay
actual, ordinary and necessary operating expenses for the purposes
and up to the amount of $229,316 as set forth in the Budget for the
month of March 2017.

The Debtor and Fifth Third Bank were parties to a certain loan
agreement, pursuant to which, the Debtor granted Fifth Third Bank a
perfected first priority security interests in substantially all of
the Debtor's assets and property, as well as in their products and
proceeds.

Fifth Third Bank is granted a valid, binding, enforceable and
perfected liens and security interests in and on any of the
Debtor's post-petition collateral, to the same extent, validity and
priority held by Fifth Third Bank prior to the Petition Date, and
to the extent of the diminution in the amount of its cash
collateral used by the Debtor after the Petition Date.

Judge Thorne directed the Debtor, among other things, to:

      (a) pay to Fifth Third Bank the amount of $2,736 as adequate
protection, by March 28, 2017;

      (b) not commingle Fifth Third Bank's cash collateral with
monies from other sources and deposit all cash collateral into a
Debtor-in-possession account that will be funded only with Fifth
Third Bank's cash collateral; and

      (c) maintain insurance coverage on the collateral;

A status hearing on the Debtor's right to use cash collateral and
entry of a final order will be held on April 18, 2017 at 10:00
a.m.

A full-text copy of the Third Agreed Interim Order, dated March 15,
2017, is available at https://is.gd/eje5xa

                    About Bruce Finder Sales, Inc.

Bruce Finder Sales, Inc., d/b/a BFS Metals, d/b/a Chicago Plastic
Supply, based in Cicero, Illinois, filed a Chapter 11 petition
(Bankr. N.D. Ill. Case No. 17-02122) on Jan. 25, 2017.  The
petition was signed by Bradley Finder, president.  The Debtor is
represented by Allan O. Fridman, Esq., at the Law Office of O.
Allan Fridman.  The case is assigned to Judge Deborah L. Thorne.
The Debtor disclosed total assets at $1.10 million and total
liabilities at $1.18 as of Dec. 31, 2016.


BURGESS MACHINERY: May Use Cash Collateral Until April 26
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The Hon. James M. Carr of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Southern District of Indiana has entered a second interim order
authorizing Burgess Machinery, LLC's use of up to $35,000 of cash
collateral for operations for the remaining portion of March 2017,
and as provided in the operating budget until the next scheduled
hearing.

A final hearing on the cash collateral use will be held on April
26, 2017, at 11:00 a.m.

As of the Petition Date, the Debtor is indebted to Financial Center
First Credit Union and Horizon Bank, N.A.

The Debtor asserts that there are as many as three parties who
could assert an interest in the Debtor's cash collateral.  The
Debtor believes Horizon holds a valid, enforceable and
non-avoidable, first-priority lien and security interest in
substantially all of the cash, accounts receivable, and inventory
and FCFCU holds a valid, enforceable and non-avoidable,
second-priority lien and security interest in substantially all of
the cash collateral.  Although other secured creditors have liens
on specific vehicles or equipment, the Debtor is unaware of any
other parties who may assert a lien on the Debtor's cash
collateral.

The Debtor contends that it needs use of the cash collateral to (i)
operate its business and manage the real estate and (ii) pay for
necessary services.  The Debtor asserts that it lacks unencumbered
cash with which to continue to operate its business in this Chapter
11 case.

The Debtor estimates that it will not require in excess of $35,000
of cash collateral for operations for the remaining portion of
March 2017, and as provided in the Operating Budget until the next
scheduled hearing.

Neither Horizon Bank nor FCFCU object to the Debtor's use of cash
collateral to pay reasonable and necessary Operating Expenses,
although Horizon Bank previously complained in a March 14, 2017
filing that the Debtor's first day motion erroneously states that
FCFCU has first priority security interest with respect to the
Debtor's cash collateral.  Horizon Bank told the Court that it has
the first priority security interest in the Debtor's accounts
receivable.

Replacement liens will be granted over cash collateral in favor of
Horizon Bank and FCFCU to the same extent, validity and priority of
their pre-petition liens, and deem such liens as adequate
protection to FCFCU and Horizon Bank for use of the cash
collateral.  The Debtor will at all times maintain insurance
coverage on the all of the assets of the bankruptcy estate.

Copies of the court order, the budget and Horizon Bank's response
are available at:

          http://bankrupt.com/misc/insb17-01019-52.pdf
          http://bankrupt.com/misc/insb17-01019-61.pdf
          http://bankrupt.com/misc/insb17-01019-6_budget.pdf

Horizon Bank is represented by:

     Rebecca Hoyt Fischer, Esq.
     LADERER & FISCHER, P.C.
     401 E. Colfax Avenue, Suite 305
     South Bend, IN 46617
     Tel: (574) 284-2354
     Fax: (574) 284-2356
     E-mail: Rebecca@ladfislaw.com

                    About Burgess Machinery

Headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana, Burgess Machinery, LLC,
owns and operates its business as a heavy equipment servicer, heavy
equipment rentals, parts and sales.  In addition, Burgess provides
shop and field service on most construction equipment as well as
material handlers.

The Debtor filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection (Bankr. S.D.
Ind. Case No. 17-01019) on Feb. 24, 2017, estimating its assets at
between $1 million and $10 million.  Judge James M. Carr presides
over the case.  The petition was signed by Doyle Burgess,
owner/managing member.  David R. Krebs, Esq., at Hester Baker Krebs
LLC serves as the Debtor's bankruptcy counsel.


BUY WHOLESALE: To Sell Nashville Property to Fund Chapter 11 Plan
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Buy Wholesale, Inc., filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Middle District of Tennessee an original disclosure statement
describing its chapter 11 plan of reorganization.

The Plan seeks to satisfy all of the Debtor's debts by liquidating
its largest asset, real property located at 25 Lincoln Street,
Nashville, Tennessee. If the proceeds of the sale are not enough to
satisfy all debts, then the Debtor proposes to make payments under
the Plan by using Debtor's income. The Effective Date of the
proposed Plan is 45 days after confirmation.

The Debtor's real property will be sold within 180 days of the
Order confirming the Chapter 11 Plan. If the property is not sold
in this time, the property will be auctioned within 210 days of the
Order confirming the Chapter 11 Plan. Should the property fail to
be sold after 210 days, the automatic stay will be lifted without
further order of the Court and the secured creditors are free to
pursuant any and all remedies available to them pursuant to their
respective contracts.

Class 4, general unsecured claims, is impaired under the plan. This
claim will be paid from the proceeds of any sale of the real
property after the property taxes owed to Metro Government, the
priority claims of the Tennessee Department of Revenue and the
secured claims of JKN Partnership, World Business Lenders, and JB&B
Investments, LLC.

Should there not be enough proceeds from the sale, the Debtor will
start making equal monthly installments on the remaining balance,
up to $100,000 on the first day of the month following a sale.  The
said payments will continue for 10 years at 0% interest.

The Debtor maintains that the Plan is feasible because the proceeds
from the sale of the real property will be the source of the funds
to make the plan payments. The Debtor also anticipates there being
more than enough proceeds to pay all claims in full.

The Disclosure Statement is available at:

        http://bankrupt.com/misc/tnmb3-16-03573-79.pdf

Counsel to the Debtor:

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

Buy Wholesale, Inc., dba Buy Wholesale Outlet, sought protection
under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. M. D. Tenn. Case
No. 16-03573) on May 18, 2016.  The petition was signed by John
Adams, chief financial officer.

The case is assigned to Judge Marian F. Harrison.

At the time of the filing, the Debtor disclosed $1.1 million in
assets and $1.15 million in debts.


C & S COMPANY: FDIC Renews Opposition to Cash Collateral Use
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The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, as Receiver for Colonial
Bank, N.A., filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District
of Nevada a reply to C & S Company's opposition to its FDIC's
Motion to Prohibit Use of Cash Collateral and Motion to Compel
Segregation of Cash Collateral and Opposition to Counter-Motion for
Use of Cash Collateral.  The FDIC complains that the Debtor has not
supported its counter-motion with the intended use of funds or the
duration of the request.  The FDIC further complains that the
Debtor has not satisfied its burden to establish that the FDIC will
be adequately protected.

Pursuant to their Cash Collateral Stipulation, the FDIC allowed the
Debtor to use cash collateral on an interim basis, which expired by
its non-accelerated terms on December 31, 2016.  Consequently,
according to the FDIC, the Debtor is prohibited from using the cash
collateral without the FDIC's consent or the Court's authorization.
However, the Debtor has confirmed during the FRBP Rule 2004
examination that it has continued using the FDIC's cash collateral
subsequent to the expiration of the Cash Collateral Stipulation and
has not segregated any of the cash collateral.

Because the FDIC has not consented to and the Court has not
authorized, the Debtor's continued use of its cash collateral, the
FDIC demands that the Debtor segregate and account for all cash
collateral in its possession, and the Court prohibit the Debtor
from continuing to use the cash collateral.

While the Debtor proffers the continued payment of $5,500 per
month, it has failed to meet its statutory burden to establish that
the periodic cash payment will adequately protect the FDIC interest
considering that the Debtor does not offer to provide replacement
liens on any post-petition receivables -- to that extent that such
receivables are generated.

In addition, the FDIC contends, that upon review and analysis of
the Debtor's September and December operating reports, it
discovered that the Debtor is exhausting more cash rather than
generating sufficient postpetition receivables.  The FDIC avers
that postpetition, the Debtor's accounts receivables have been
reduced from $1,343,533 as of Sept. 30, 2016 to $611,810 as of Dec.
31, 2016, and the Debtor's cash has decreased from $237,627 to
$107,726.  As such, the net decrease in the collateral value
between the accounts receivables and cash combined is $861,434 in
just three months.

The FDIC tells the Court that to date, the Debtor has yet to file
its January 2017 monthly operating report.  Although the Debtor
states that it is operating profitably, the most recent operating
report filed by the Debtor reflects a net loss of $347,470 from
operations in the month of December 2016.

Moreover, the Debtor's bonding limit has been revoked, and
accordingly, the Debtor lost its ability to act in the capacity of
a general contract.  As a direct result of the revocation of the
Debtor's bond, the Debtor has been unable to procure any
postpetition contracts since the commencement of its bankruptcy,
and has been operating its business merely to complete its
prepetition contracts.

As such, the FDIC asserts that it is not adequately protected
considering that the post-petition receivables are not keeping pace
with the diminution of the prepetition collateral, coupled with the
fact the the Debtor is operating at a loss.

                       About C & S Company

C & S Company filed a chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D. Nev. Case No.
16-14155) on July 28, 2016.  The petition was signed by Stacey
Lindburg, president.  The Debtor disclosed total assets at $120,000
and total liabilities at $2.42 million.  The Debtor is represented
by David J. Winterton, Esq., at David Winterton & Associates, Ltd.


C & S COMPANY: Hearing on Cash Collateral Use Set for March 29
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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Nevada will hold on
March 29, 2017, at 9:30 a.m. to consider the approval or the
prohibition of C & S Company's use of cash collateral.

As reported by the Troubled Company Reporter on Feb. 14, 2017, the
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, as receiver for Colonial
Bank, N.A., requested the Court to prohibit the Debtor from using
its cash collateral and compelling the Debtor to segregate said
cash collateral.  FDIC said that pursuant to a cash collateral
stipulation, it allowed the Debtor to use cash collateral on an
interim basis, which expired on Dec. 31, 2016, but upon review and
analysis of the Debtor's September and December operating reports,
it discovered that the Debtor was exhausting more cash rather than
generating sufficient post-petition receivables.

On Feb. 28, 2017, the Debtor sought the Court's permission to use
cash collateral and to pay postpetition expenses.  David J.
Winterton, Esq., at the law firm of David J. Winterton & Assoc.,
Ltd., the counsel for the Debtor, tells the Court that he
"understands a Trustee has been in place, but there has been no
acitons taken regarding cash collateral.  In addition, there are
postpetition expenses that need to be paid and the Trustee has not
paid the expenses.  This harms the Debtor and its relationship with
people that provide services.  As a result, counsel is asking that
the postpetition expenses be paid."

The Debtor claims that FDIC doesn't have a security interest in the
cash proceeds, and that FDIC was only entitled to a note on its
secured claim but its remaining claim was unsecured.  A copy of the
motion is available at:

            http://bankrupt.com/misc/nvb16-14155-90.pdf

On March 8, 2017, FDIC filed an objection to the use of cash
collateral, saying that it has demanded evidence that its cash
collateral is being segregated, but the Debtor has failed to
respond.  FDIC also says that it is not adequately protected.
"While the Debtor proffers the continued payment of $5,500 per
month, it has failed to meet its statutory burden to establish that
the periodic cash payment will adequately protect its interest.
Additionally, the Debtor does not offer to provide replacement
liens on any postpetition receivables -- to that extent such
receivables were granted," FDIC claims.  

A copy of the Objection is available at:

            http://bankrupt.com/misc/nvb16-14155-106.pdf

The FDIC also responded to the Debtor's objection to the motion to
prohibit the use of cash collateral, saying that the Debtor
continues to use FDIC's cash collateral without consent.  Copies of
the Response and the Amended Response are available at:

            http://bankrupt.com/misc/nvb16-14155-107.pdf
            http://bankrupt.com/misc/nvb16-14155-115.pdf

On March 14, 2017, Stacy Lindburg, one of the principals and an
officer of the Debtor, filed a supplemental affidavit in support of
the motion to use cash collateral, claiming that the Debtor has
been making adequate protection payments in the amount of
$5,552.90, and that if the FDIC is an unsecured creditor, they have
been paid in full under the terms and conditions of the Plan.  

"At the time that the Debtor filed bankruptcy, it is estimated
according to the FDIC which I disagree with, that the Debtor was
behind in payments in the amount of $149,928.30.  The Debtor has
paid close to $50,000 and they have taken approximately $30,000
from my bank account.  They have been paid over $80,000 in the last
6 to 7 months.  They agreed to accept payments under their old plan
in the amount of $5,552.90.  If there is money owed under the note,
the FDIC has received more than half of the arrearage under their
original plan.  They have been adequately protected . . . .  It is
my intent that once I get out of bankruptcy, my bond will be
reinstated and I will be able to increase my business due to the
harm of filing the bankruptcy and the harassment of the FDIC," Ms.
Lindburg says.

A copy of Ms. Lindburg's supplemental affidavit is available at:

          http://bankrupt.com/misc/nvb16-14155-147.pdf

                      About C & S Company

C & S Company filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D. Nev. Case No.
16-14155) on July 28, 2016.  The petition was signed by Stacey
Lindburg, president.  The Debtor disclosed total assets at $120,000
and total liabilities at $2.42 million.  The Debtor is represented
by David J. Winterton, Esq., at David Winterton & Associates, Ltd.


CALIFORNIA RESOURCES: Actively Pursuing Exploration Joint Ventures
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Management of California Resources Corporation, a Delaware
corporation, presented at CRC's 2017 Analyst & Investor Day on
March 22, 2017.

At the presentation, Company representatives proposed multiple ways
to increase valuation including joint ventures, increase investment
and rigs deployment, opportunistic deleveraging and operating
leverage to crude oil.  Combined with improving and stabilizing
commodity prices, the Company said it is positioned for growth in
cash flow, production, and reserves.

Based on its current capital program and at about current price
levels, the Company believes that it will have sufficient liquidity
for all of 2017 and into 2018.  Effective Nov. 1, 2016, the
borrowing base under its Credit Facilities was reaffirmed at $2.3
billion.  As of Jan. 31, 2017, the Company had approximately $486
million of available borrowing capacity under its revolving credit
facility subject to maintaining a minimum liquidity of $250
million.

The slides used at the presentation are available for free at:

                      https://is.gd/jZg5ip

                    About California Resources

California Resources Corporation is an independent oil and natural
gas exploration and production company operating properties
exclusively within the State of California.  The Company was
incorporated in Delaware as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Occidental
on April 23, 2014, and remained a wholly-owned subsidiary of
Occidental until the Spin-off.  On Nov. 30, 2014, Occidental
distributed shares of the Company's common stock on a pro rata
basis to Occidental stockholders and the Company became an
independent, publicly traded company, referred to in the annual
report as the Spin-off.  Occidental retained approximately 18.5% of
the Company's outstanding shares of common stock which it has
stated it intends to divest on March 24, 2016.

California Resources reported net income of $279 million on $1.54
billion of total revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016,
compared to a net loss of $3.55 billion on $2.40 billion of total
revenue for the year ended Dec. 31, 2015.  As of Dec. 31, 2016,
California Resources had $6.35 billion in total assets, $6.91
billion in total liabilities and a total deficit of $557 million.

                           *    *    *

In September 2016, S&P Global Ratings raised its corporate credit
rating on California Resources to 'CCC+' from 'SD'.  "We raised
the corporate credit rating on CRC to reflect our reassessment of
its credit profile following the tender for its senior unsecured
notes," said S&P Global Ratings credit analyst Paul Harvey.  "The
rating reflects our expectation that debt leverage will remain at
what we consider unsustainable levels over the next 24 months
despite the net-debt reduction of about $625 million from the
tender," he added.

In August 2016, Moody's Investors Service downgraded California
Resources' Corporate Family Rating to 'Caa2' from 'Caa1' and
Probability of Default Rating to 'Caa2-PD' from 'Caa1-PD'.


CATASYS INC: Expands Coverage of OnTrak-C Solution to Texas
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Catasys, Inc. has expanded its OnTrak-C solution coverage with one
of the nation's leading health plans to Texas.  The health plan has
the largest Medicaid plan in Texas, and the eligible Medicaid
members with Substance Use Disorder will be covered under OnTrak-C,
a 52-week, integrated medical and behavior treatment program in
which enrolled members receive medical and psychosocial
interventions, as well as intensive care coaching.

"Expanded coverage of our OnTrak-C solution into Texas represents
the second state that we have entered with this leading national
health plan.  We are pleased to have this customer expand
availability to Texas, which is its largest state plan,
representing nearly thirty percent of the health plan's Medicaid
member population.  This is our third agreement with the nation's
leading health plans for Texas, which will allow us to further
leverage our existing operational infrastructure.  We are excited
with the continued growth of our program as all of our customers
have expanded the availability of OnTrak into new states, new lines
of business (commercial, Medicare and Medicaid plans), or by
expanding their coverage to include depression and anxiety," said
Rick Anderson, Catasys president and COO.

"Our experience has shown that Medicaid populations tend to have a
higher prevalence of eligible members than commercial populations.
We look forward to assisting these Medicaid members to improve
their health and to reduce costs for the health plan," concluded
Mr. Anderson.

Catasys' OnTrak program is designed to improve patient health while
lowering costs to the insurer for underserved populations in which
behavioral health conditions are exacerbating co-existing medical
conditions.  OnTrak has demonstrated effectiveness with a 50%
reduction in health care costs for members enrolled in the program
as well as reductions in hospital days, ambulance usage, emergency
room visits and more thorough identification, engagement and
treatment.  Catasys currently operates programs in Florida,
Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts,
Missouri, New Jersey, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South
Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia and Wisconsin.

                     About Catasys, Inc.

Catasys, Inc. provides big data based analytics and predictive
modeling driven behavioral healthcare services to health plans and
their members through its OnTrak solution. Catasys' OnTrak
solution--contracted with a growing number of national and regional
health plans--is designed to improve member health and, at the same
time, lower costs to the insurer for underserved populations where
behavioral health conditions cause or exacerbate co-existing
medical conditions.  The solution utilizes proprietary analytics
and proprietary enrollment, engagement and behavioral modification
capabilities to assist members who otherwise do not seek care
through a patient-centric treatment that integrates evidence-based
medical and psychosocial interventions along with care coaching in
a 52-week outpatient treatment solution.

Catasys reported a net loss of $17.93 million on $7.07 million of
revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016, compared to a net loss
of $7.22 million on $2.70 million of revenues for the year ended
Dec. 31, 2015.  As of Dec. 31, 2016, Catasys had $3.10 million in
total assets, $28.43 million in total liabilities and a total
stockholders' deficit of $25.32 million.

The Company's independent accounting firm Rose, Snyder & Jacobs
LLP, in Encino, California, issued a "going concern" qualification
on the consolidated financial statements for the year ended
Dec. 31, 2016, citing that the Company has continued to incur
significant operating losses and negative cash flows from
operations during the year ended Dec. 31, 2016, and continues to
have negative working capital at Dec. 31, 2016.  These conditions
raise substantial doubt about the Company's ability to continue as
a going concern.


CENTORBI LLC: Plan Filing Deadline Extended to April 17
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Judge Kathy A. Surratt-States of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Missouri extended Centorbi, LLC, et al.'s exclusive
periods for filing a plan of reorganization and soliciting
acceptances to the plan to April 17, 2017, and June 12, 2017,
respectively.

The Troubled Company Reporter previously reported that the Debtor
asserted that it would be reasonable to allow them the requested
extensions, given that their current efforts are focused on
obtaining financing, or other strategic alternatives, in order to
support their financial objectives and to meet the deadlines set by
their Agreed Order with the Central Bank of Kansas City.

                     About Centorbi, LLC

Centorbi LLC and Centorbi Custom Cabinetry, Inc. sought protection
under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. E. D. Mo. Lead
Case
No. 16-47459) on October 14, 2016.  The petitions were signed by
Derek T. Centorbi, authorized member.  

The cases are assigned to Judge Kathy A. Surratt-States.

At the time of the filing, Centorbi LLC estimated its assets and
liabilities at $1 million to $10 million.  Centorbi Custom
estimated assets of less than $1 million.


CHANNEL TECHNOLOGIES: Sale of Property to Sonatech for $329K Okayed
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Judge Peter H. Carroll of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Central
District of California authorized Channel Technologies Group, LLC's
Asset Purchase Agreement, dated Feb. 22, 2017, with Sonatech, LLC
in connection with the private sale of property for $328,750.

A hearing on the Motion was held on March 22, 2017 at 10:00 a.m.

The Property consists of certain equipment, materials and other
assets, and related to certain classified projects of the Debtor's
Sonatech division for the U.S. Navy.

The sale is free and clear of Interests, except for Assumed
Liabilities.

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

    http://bankrupt.com/misc/Channel_Technologies_211_Sales.pdf

The sale of the Property to the Buyer on the terms and conditions
set forth in the APA is approved.  Upon the Closing of the
transactions contemplated by the APA, the Buyer will assume the
Assumed Liabilities in accordance with the express terms of the
APA, including, but not limited to, all responsibilities of the
Debtor under the Property that arise from and after the Closing
Date as more specifically and to the extent provided in the APA.

The APA may be modified, amended, or supplemented by the parties
thereto, in a writing signed by the parties in accordance with the
terms thereof without further order of the Court.

Notwithstanding Bankruptcy Rules 6004 and 7062, the Order will be
effective and enforceable immediately upon entry and its provisions
will be self-executing, and the Motion or notice thereof will be
deemed to provide sufficient notice of the Debtors' request for
waiver of the otherwise applicable stay of the order.  The Order
will be effective immediately upon entry pursuant to Rule 7062 and
9014 of the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure.

                About Channel Technologies Group

Headquartered in Santa Barbara, California, Channel Technologies
Group, LLC, designs and manufactures piezoelectric ceramics,
transducers, sonar equipment and other related products sold
primarily to military, commercial, and industrial customers in the
United States and internationally.

CTG is a privately owned California limited liability company
founded in 1959.  In 2011, CTG was acquired by BW Piezo Holdings,
LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, from Alta Properties,
Inc., f.k.a. Channel Technologies, Inc. BWP now owns 100% of CTG's
member interests. BWP is majority-owned by Blue Wolf Capital Fund
II, L.P. (the Company's pre-petition lender), which is an
investment fund managed by Blue Wolf Capital Advisors, L.P. CTG is
a member-managed LLC. Charles Miller is the manager.

CTG filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. C.D. Cal. Case No.
16-11912) on Oct. 14, 2016.  The case is assigned to Judge Peter
Carroll.

The Debtor estimated $10 million to $50 million in assets and
debt.

The Debtor has engaged Jeffrey W. Dulberg, Esq., at Pachulski
Stang Ziehl & Jones LLP as bankruptcy counsel, CR3 Partners, LLC
as restructuring advisor, and Prime Clerk LLC as noticing, claims
and balloting agent.


CHESTER COMMUNITY: Fitch Cuts Rating on $52.3MM Revenue Bonds to B-
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Fitch Ratings has downgraded approximately $52.38 million of
charter school revenue bonds, series 2010A issued by the Delaware
County Industrial Development Authority, PA to 'B-' from 'BB-' and
removed the bonds from Rating Watch Negative. The bonds were issued
on behalf of Chester Community Charter School (CCCS).

The Rating Outlook is Negative.

SECURITY

The series 2010A bonds are secured by a lien and pledge of gross
revenues derived from a lease of the facilities to CCCS, backed by
a mortgage on the property. There is also a debt service reserve
(DSR) cash-funded to transaction maximum annual debt service
(TMADS) of about $4.1 million. Management fee payments to CSMI, LLC
(CSMI) are subordinated to the payment of debt service and DSR
replenishment.

KEY RATING DRIVERS

PRESSURED LIQUIDITY AND OPERATIONS: The downgrade reflects CCCS'
large June 30, 2016 fiscal year operating deficit, extremely low
liquidity, and high reliance on cash-flow financing. Another
deficit is projected for fiscal 2017; the amount depends on state
revenue reconciliations over which CCCS has no timing control.
Fitch had expected balanced operations from CCCS in fiscal 2017.

NO FINANCIAL RESERVES: CCCS' cash position deteriorated
significantly in fiscal 2016, and working cash needs remain highly
reliant on external liquidity facilities. Available funds at
June 30, 2016 (AF, defined as unrestricted cash and investments)
was essentially zero, down from $2.8 million in fiscal 2015.

RELIANCE ON CASH-FLOW BORROWING: CCCS has high reliance on
cash-flow borrowing due to timing issues related to pending revenue
reconciliation payments and operating deficits. It carried $9.9
million of taxable revenue anticipation notes at Dec. 31, 2016,
down from the $16.3 million borrowed on July 1, 2016. The prior
year, CCCS borrowed $30 million and repaid balances at year-end.

DEBT REPAYMENT: CCCS received a bondholder waiver related to
certain covenant violations in fiscal 2016 and expects another
waiver in fiscal 2017. Debt service has been paid in full and on a
timely basis to date.

STRONG ENROLLMENT: CCCS has strong student demand. Enrollment at
the end of the 2015-2016 academic year was 3,318, which grew to
over 3,600 in 2016-2017.

AUTHORIZOR IN RECEIVERSHIP: The Chester Upland School District
(CUSD) has been in receivership since 2012. Delayed audits for CUSD
have resulted in delayed commonwealth reconciliation payments, from
which CCCS typically benefits, contributing to deficits in fiscal
2016 and the current fiscal 2017.

RATING SENSITIVITIES

NO FINANCIAL FLEXIBILITY: Failure of Chester Community Charter
School to build liquidity and reduce reliance on external cash-flow
facilities will pressure the rating.

REFINANCING RISK: Inability of CCCS to obtain or renew cash-flow
facilities effective July 1, 2017 will cause a rating downgrade.

BALANCED OPERATIONS: Failure of CCCS to return to balanced
operations by fiscal 2018 will likely trigger another rating
downgrade. CCCS has no new debt capacity at this time.

STANDARD SECTOR CONCERNS: A limited financial cushion; substantial
reliance on enrollment-driven, per pupil funding; and charter
renewal risk are credit concerns common among all charter school
transactions which, if pressured, could negatively affect CCCS's
rating.

CREDIT PROFILE

CCCS was formed in 1998 to provide an alternative public school
option for residents in CUSD, which serves the City of Chester, PA,
Chester Township, PA and the Borough of Upland, PA. About 80% of
CCCS' students come from the CUSD. In 2013 CCCS expanded grade K-8
academic offerings to three campuses. Demand for CCCS is strong,
and enrollment has recently grown. Fall 2016 enrollment was 3,635,
up from 3,318 students at the end of the 2015/2016 academic year.
Management expects another increase for fall 2017 (fiscal 2018).
Demand is a strength of CCCS.

CCCS has a strong relationship with CSMI, which manages the
school's operations. CSMI's management strategy has historically
been fiscally conservative.

Per state law, CCCS revenues flow through the public school
districts in which students reside. CUSD represents about 80% of
those students; the remaining students come from seven to eight
other area districts.

In the event CUSD's monthly per pupil funding (PPF) distributions
are delayed, legal and structural provisions include a tested
trustee intercept of state aid that provides first for debt service
and secondly for operations. This mechanism was tested in June 2014
when the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) reimbursed CCCS
for delayed payments, pursuant to the 2012 settlement agreement
procedure, although repayment was not as timely as expected due to
the commonwealth's delayed 2014-2015 budget. The intercept has not
been triggered since 2014, and is not applicable to reconciliation
payments. Additional information is provided in Fitch's press
release dated March 23, 2015, available at wwww.fitchratings.com.

CHARTER RENEWAL

CCCS has received multiple charter renewals during its 19-year
operating history, which Fitch views favorably. Following an
initial three-year charter, the school has received four five-year
renewals. The most recent five-year charter renewal was granted in
August 2014 by CUSD and is effective July 1, 2016 through June 30,
2021.

STRESSED LIQUIDITY

CCCS's largest public school payor, CUSD, continues to experience
fiscal stress, and is in receivership since 2012. Its failure to
finalize audits, so that reconciliation payments can be made by
PDE, is negatively impacting CCCS. Due to this, as well as lower
negotiated special education per-pupil rates, CCCS is relying on
cash-flow notes to support operations. At June 30, 2016, CCCS had
virtually no cash, and as a result liquidity ratios relative to
both expenses and debt were essentially 0%. This factor, along with
a large fiscal 2016 operating deficit (and another expected in
fiscal 2017), drives the downgrade of CCCS' bonds to 'B-' with a
Negative Outlook.

In fiscal 2016 the commonwealth budget was delayed for nine months,
causing state payment delays and pressured cash-flow for school
districts and charter schools state-wide, including CCCS. For the
current fiscal 2017, the commonwealth passed a full-year budget,
including modest increases in education funding.
CCCS negotiated external cash flow facilities to bridge the fiscal
2016 state funding delay. CCCS secured a $10 million bank line of
credit in calendar 2015, which it subsequently repaid and converted
to a $30 million privately placed note, all of which was drawn in
fiscal 2016. Most of the commonwealth's delayed education
appropriations were paid by the end of fiscal 2016. CCCS repaid its
note on June 30, 2016, then renewed it July 1, 2016 and drew $16
million. As of Dec. 31, 2016, $9.9 million remained outstanding;
management reported that $8 million was outstanding in March 2017.
Management expects to repay the facility on June 30, 2017 and then
re-borrow on July 1. Management expects it will be two to three
years before CCCS reserves are rebuilt.

The cash-flow borrowing initially supported commonwealth payment
delays but now is supporting delayed reconciliation payments,
interest costs on the working cash notes, and operating deficits
related to lower special education per-pupil rates. CCCS has no
control over the timing of reconciliation payments from CUSD,
estimated at several million. Interest expense on the working cash
notes ranges from $1 million to $2 million per year. Fitch
understands that the commonwealth cannot make the required
reconciliation calculations until CUSD finalizes audits for fiscals
2015 and 2016.

PRESSURED OPERATIONS

CCCS reported an $8 million operating deficit in fiscal 2016, an
operating margin of negative 16.2%. Operations are impacted by
several factors: lower special education PP amounts, as negotiated
in a 2015 settlement agreement; delayed reconciliation calculations
by the commonwealth, payable by CUSD, due to audit delays; and
interest expense on cash-flow notes.

Interim financials at Dec. 31, 2016 indicated a $2.6 million
operating deficit, similar to results at the same time in 2015.
Management expects a more moderate deficit in fiscal 2017, even if
reconciliation payments are not received, but was unable to provide
estimates. CCCS reports that monthly per-pupil payments (but not
reconciliations) have been made on a timely basis to date in fiscal
2017.

Fiscal 2015 operations weakened to negative 1.8%, primarily due to
a one-time extraordinary, non-cash expense related to a settlement
agreement (see below). When adjusted for the non-cash write-off,
operations were positive. Historically, CCCS has generated positive
margins, including a 7% margin in fiscal 2014.

Settlement Agreement

CCCS entered into a 2015 settlement agreement in exchange for more
stable revenue computations over the next 10 years, which
negatively impacted fiscal 2015 and 2016 operating results. The
10-year settlement agreement was agreed by multiple parties,
including the PA Department of Education, the CUSD school board,
the CUSD receiver, and CCCS. It establishes a minimum special
education PPF rate for CCCS, held harmless in the event of future
changes in state charter school laws. As part of the agreement,
CCCS wrote off a $5.6 million tuition receivable from CUSD, a
non-cash expense in fiscal 2015.

Going forward, PPF payments are based on the regular education
tuition rate ($10,683 at that time, which has not changed to date),
multiplied by 2.53x; however, the rate cannot fall below $27,029
for each CCCS/CUSD special education student. While providing a
stable funding floor, this represented a decline in fiscal 2016
CUSD special education funding from the then-current $40,000 per
student. For fiscal 2016, the lower special education rate
contributed to the operating deficit, as the lower rate was not
budgeted. Long-term, CUSD management expects this agreement will be
revenue neutral.

STRONG DEMAND

CCCS's strong student demand and growing enrollment are credit
strengths. CCCS has no enrollment caps. Demand is supported by
academic and financial pressures at both CUSD and area school
districts, and a strong regional market position that discourages
competition from new charter schools. Over half of CUSD's K-8
student population attends CCCS. CCCS budgeted for 3,500 students
for fall 2016 (fiscal 2017), and as of September 2016, enrolled
3,635 students (3,579 at Dec. 31, 2016).

Management reports that it has facility capacity for about 3,700
students after adding trailers to the East Campus (primarily for
art and music), and leasing some space. With the enrollment
increase in fall 2016, and expected fall 2017 enrollment, Fitch
views CCCS as being at capacity.

DEBT MANAGEABILITY

Debt service to date in fiscal 2017 has been partially supported by
working cash borrowing. CCCS's fiscal 2016 operating deficit of $8
million resulted in not meeting MADS coverage; it was negative
0.3x. This compared to an average of 1.0x between fiscal 2011 and
2015, and 0.9x in fiscal 2015. When fiscal 2015 operations were
adjusted to exclude the $5.6 million one-time, non-cash receivable
cancellation, TMADS coverage was a sound 2.1x.

CCCS violated financial covenants in fiscal 2016, including failure
to maintain unrestricted working capital and cash reserve balances.
The school received a waiver of certain events of default from
bondholders. Management expects it will request a similar waiver
for fiscal 2017.

CCCS has a high debt burden, which is common for the charter school
sector. TMADS is defined as maximum annual debt service excluding
the transaction's final double principal payment. For CCCS, this
was 9.4% of fiscal 2016 operating revenues, more moderate than many
Fitch-rated charter schools but still high.


CHIEFTAIN SAND: Mammoth Emerges as Winning Bidder for Assets
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Mammoth Energy Services, Inc., on March 23, 2017, disclosed that it
was the successful bidder in a bankruptcy court auction for
substantially all of the assets of Chieftain Sand and Proppant, LLC
("Chieftain") with a bid of $35.25 million.  The transaction is
pending final approval of the bankruptcy court at a hearing
scheduled for March 27, 2017 and is expected to close in the second
quarter of 2017, subject to agreed closing conditions.

Key Highlights of the Chieftain Transaction:

The assets of Chieftain to be acquired include a wet and dry plant
located on approximately 600 acres in New Auburn, Wisconsin and a
sand mine with estimated reserves of 30 million tons of Northern
White Jordan Substrate frac sand which meets or exceeds all API
standards including solubility, turbidity, roundness, sphericity
and crush resistance.

The nameplate capacity of the dry plant, which is not operating
today, is 1.8 Mtpa, with an expected capacity of 1.5 Mtpa once it
is operational.  Mammoth intends to evaluate the plant further in
the coming months and selectively modernize the facilities to more
efficiently process finer grade sands.  Chieftain's facilities are
located on the Union Pacific Railroad (UP) with unit train
capability on site.  Being on the UP provides a cost effective
solution to transport sand to the mid-continent (SCOOP/STACK),
Eagle Ford, Permian and DJ Basins.

Arty Straehla, Chief Executive Officer, commented, "This
acquisition will grow our total sand processing capacity to nearly
4 million tons per year after giving effect to the pending
acquisition of Taylor Frac we announced earlier this week, with a
reserve life of more than 20 years.  More importantly, these assets
are located on the UP which fulfills part of our strategy to have
sand mines with low cost transportation options into the most
active basins in the country.   Through the addition of Chieftain's
assets, we will have direct access to the Appalachian Basin,
Mid-Continent (SCOOP/STACK), Eagle Ford, Permian, Bakken and DJ
Basin in addition to the Western Canada markets.  Once operational,
the Chieftain mine is expected to directly support the expansion of
our pressure pumping fleets destined for the SCOOP/STACK area with
frac sand as well as provide further direct access to other markets
in West and South Texas."

Liquidity

Mammoth intends to finance the $35.25 million purchase price with
cash on hand and borrowings under its revolving credit facility.
As of December 31, 2016, Mammoth had total liquidity of
approximately $175 million including cash on hand of $28.6 million
and a fully undrawn revolver with a borrowing base of $146 million.


                About Mammoth Energy Services, Inc.

Mammoth -- http://www.mammothenergy.com-- is an integrated,
growth-oriented oilfield service company serving companies engaged
in the exploration and development of North American onshore
unconventional oil and natural gas reserves.  Mammoth's suite of
services includes pressure pumping services, well services, natural
sand proppant services, contract land and directional drilling
services and other energy services. Other energy services currently
consists primarily of remote accommodation services.

             About Chieftain Sand and Proppant, LLC

Chieftain Sand and Proppant, LLC, is a privately-owned producer of
hydraulic fracturing sand ("Frac Sand"), a monocrystalline sand
used as a proppant (a solid material, typically sand, designed to
keep an induced hydraulic fracture open) to enhance oil and gas
product recovery in petroleum-rich unconventional shale deposits.
Frac Sand is known as a "proppant" because it props the fractures
open by forming a network of pore spaces that allow petroleum
fluids to flow out of the rock and into the well.

Chieftain Sand and Proppant, LLC and affiliate Chieftain Sand and
Proppant Barron, LLC, sought
Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. D. Del. Lead Case No. 17-10064) on
Jan. 9, 2017. Judge Kevin Gross is assigned the cases.

The Debtors hired Gibbons P.C. as counsel, Eisner Amper LLP as
financial advisor, Tudor Pickering Holt Co. as investment bankers,
and Donlin, Recano & Company, Inc., as claims and noticing agent.


CHINA FISHERY: Hires Klestadt Winters as Conflicts Counsel
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China Fishery Group Limited (Cayman), and its debtor-affiliates
seek permission from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern
District of New York to employ Klestadt Winters Jureller Southard &
Stevens, LLP as conflict counsel to the Debtors.

The Debtors require KWJS&S to handle matters that are not
appropriately handled by Debtors' proposed substitute lead
bankruptcy counsel, Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP ("WGM"), because of
actual or potential conflicts of interest or, alternatively, which
the Debtors, or WGM, request be handled by KWJS&S.

KWJS&S will be paid at these hourly rates:

     Tracy L. Klestadt           $695
     Partners                    $495-$595
     Associates                  $250-$395
     Paralegals                  $175

KWJS&S received a retainer deposit from Pacific Andes Resources
Development Limited ("PARD"), one of the Debtors,  in the amount of
$202,006.12 on September 29, 2016. Of that amount,  KWJS&S received
$113,349.12 from the Debtors' prior counsel, Meyer, Suozzi, English
& Klein, PC.

Tracy L. Klestadt, Esq., partner in the law firm of Klestadt
Winters Jureller Southard & Stevens, LLP, 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.

The following is provided in response to the request for additional
information set forth in D1 of the U.S. Trustee's Appendix B
Guidelines:

     -- During the 12 months prior to the Petition Date, the
billing rate of KWJS&S attorneys woking on such matters was from
$225-$695 per hour. Billing rate for paralegals was $150-$175 per
hour.

     -- The Debtor has approved a prospective budget through the
period ending march 31, 2017

KWJS&S can be reached at:

      Tracy L. Klestadt, Esq.
      Klestadt Winters Jureller Southard & Stevens, LLP
      200 West 41 Street, 17th Floor
      New York, NY 10036
      Tel: (212)972-3000
      Fax: (212)972-2245

                  About China Fishery Group

China Fishery Group Limited (Cayman) and its affiliates sought
protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. S.D.N.Y.
Lead Case No. 16-11895) on June 30, 2016. The petition was signed
by Ng Puay Yee, chief executive officer.

The cases are assigned to Judge James L. Garrity Jr.

At the time of the filing, China Fishery Group estimated its assets
at $500 million to $1 billion and debts at $10 million to $50
million.

Howard B. Kleinberg, Esq., Edward J. LoBello, Esq. and Jil
Mazer-Marino, Esq. of Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein, P.C. serve as
legal counsel. The Debtors have tapped Goldin Associates, LLC, as
financial advisor and RSR Consulting LLC as restructuring
consultant.

On November 10, 2016, William Brandt, Jr. was appointed as Chapter
11 trustee for CFG Peru Investments Pte. Limited (Singapore), one
of the Debtors.  Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP serves as
the trustee's bankruptcy counsel.


CHINA FISHERY: Seeks to Hire Weil Gotshal as Lead Counsel
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China Fishery Group Limited (Cayman) seeks approval from the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York to hire
Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP.

The firm will serve as lead bankruptcy counsel for China Fishery
and its affiliates other than CFG Peru Investments Pte. Limited
(Singapore).

Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein, P.C., the law firm initially hired
by the Debtors as legal counsel, will no longer represent them in
connection with their Chapter 11 cases.  

The services to be provided by Weil Gotshal include assisting the
Debtors in connection with any bankruptcy plan, and taking legal
actions to protect their estates.

The hourly rates charged by the firm range from $950 to $1,400 for
members and counsel, $510 to $930 for associates, and $220 to $375
for paraprofessionals.

Matthew Barr, Esq., a member of Weil Gotshal, disclosed in a court
filing that his firm is "disinterested" as defined in section
101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code.

In accordance with Appendix B-Guidelines for reviewing fee
applications filed by attorneys in larger Chapter 11 cases, Mr.
Barr disclosed that his firm did not agree to any variations from
or alternatives to its customary billing arrangements in connection
with its employment, and that it did not represent the Debtors in
the 12 months prior to their bankruptcy filing.

Mr. Barr also disclosed that Weil Gotshal is developing a
prospective budget and staffing plan for the period beginning
February 2017 and ending April 2017.  The Debtors are always
included in staffing decisions and staffing remains their
prerogative, Mr. Barr further said.

The firm can be reached through:

     Matthew S. Barr, Esq.
     Marcia Goldstein, Esq.
     Gabriel A. Morgan, Esq.
     Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP
     767 Fifth Avenue
     New York, NY 10153
     Tel: (212) 310-8000
     Fax: (212) 310-8007

                     About China Fishery Group

China Fishery Group Limited (Cayman) and its affiliates sought
protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. S.D.N.Y.
Lead Case No. 16-11895) on June 30, 2016. The petition was signed
by Ng Puay Yee, chief executive officer.

The cases are assigned to Judge James L. Garrity Jr.

At the time of the filing, China Fishery Group estimated its assets
at $500 million to $1 billion and debts at $10 million to $50
million.

Howard B. Kleinberg, Esq., Edward J. LoBello, Esq. and Jil
Mazer-Marino, Esq. of Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein, P.C. serve
as legal counsel. The Debtors have tapped Goldin Associates, LLC,
as financial advisor and RSR Consulting LLC as restructuring
consultant.

On November 10, 2016, William Brandt, Jr. was appointed as
Chapter 11 trustee for CFG Peru Investments Pte. Limited
(Singapore), one of the Debtors.  Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher &
Flom LLP serves as the trustee's bankruptcy counsel.


CHRIST'S HOUSEHOLD: Plan Confirmation Hearing on April 27
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The Hon. William J. Fisher of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Minnesota has approved Christ's Household of Faith's
amended disclosure statement dated March 7, 2017, referring to the
Debtor's modified plan of reorganization dated March 7, 2017.

A hearing to consider confirmation of the Plan will be held on
April 27, 2017, at 1:30 p.m.  Objections to the plan confirmation
must be filed on or before seven days before the hearing.

Five days prior to the confirmation hearing is fixed as the last
day to timely file ballots to accept or reject the Plan.

As reported by the Troubled Company Reporter on March 20, 2017, the
Debtor filed an amended disclosure statement to include these
provision on exemption from certain transfer taxes:

     "Pursuant to section 1146(a) of the Bankruptcy Code, the
     following shall not be subject to any stamp tax, real estate
     transfer tax, deed tax, mortgage or other recording tax,     
     sales or use tax, or similar tax: (a) the creation of any
     mortgage, deed of trust, lien, or other security interest;
     (b) the making or assignment of any lease or sublease; or (c)

     the making or delivery of any deed or other instrument of
     transfer under, in furtherance of, or in connection with the
     Plan, including in connection with the Venture Loan
     Transaction or any other refinance, merger agreements,
     agreements of consolidation, restructuring, disposition,
     liquidation or dissolution, deeds, bills of sale, or
     assignments executed in connection with any of the foregoing
     or pursuant to the Plan."

                About Christ's Household of Faith

Christ's Household of Faith, a St. Paul, Minnesota, religious sect,
is a community of nearly 500 members, including 200 children, who
divest their assets, live rent-free in houses owned by the church
and work unpaid for its businesses. It owns 32 residential
properties, 11 businesses, a church and a school has filed for
Chapter 11 bankruptcy, sparking concern among church members,
neighborhood residents and housing advocates.

Christ's Household of Faith, Inc. filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy
petition (Bankr. D. Minn. Case No.: 15-34301) on December 4, 2015.
The petition was signed by Mark R. Alleman, chief financial
officer/treasurer.

The Debtor disclosed estimated assets of $10 million to $50
million and estimated debts of $10 million to $50 million. Judge
Gregory F. Kishel has been assigned the case.

The Debtor has engaged Ryan Murphy, Esq., at Fredrikson & Byron PA
as counsel.


CIVIC PARTNERS: May Use Cash Collateral Until May 30
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The Hon. Thad Collins of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern
District of Iowa has entered a consent order allowing Civic
Partners Sioux City, LLC's use of the cash collateral of Northwest
Bank, successor by merger to First National Bank until May 30,
2017.

The Bank is a secured creditor in this bankruptcy and as of the
date the bankruptcy was filed, the Bank claimed it was owed the sum
of $6,262,107.63 on a promissory note that is secured by a real
estate mortgage, as modified, an assignment of rents, as modified,
and security agreements dated Feb. 23, 2003, and May 17, 2005.
After application of the post-petition payments by the Debtor
(including $150,000 paid from Bank’s rental escrow account
pursuant to the Nov. 23, 2016 court order), rent payments received
directly from tenants, application of the tenant improvement
reserve escrow account, payments on a guaranty from the City of
Sioux City, and advancements for real estate taxes, but excluding
additional attorneys' fees and expenses and further excluding
City's Guaranty payment received on or about Jan. 3, 2017, the
total claimed by the Bank as of Feb. 1, 2017, is $6,140,721.53.  
The parties agree that upon the entry of a court order approving
this stipulation:

     (a) the Debtor authorizes the Bank to apply $62,685.00 from
         the rental income now on deposit at the Bank to the
         amounts due the Bank as the Debtor's January, and
         February 2017 cash collateral payments and thereafter
         during the term, the Debtor will pay the Bank from the
         cash collateral monthly adequate protection payments of
         $31,343, commencing on March 10, 2017, and on the 10th
         day of each successive month thereafter;

     (b) all rent proceeds currently being held by the Bank in a
         separate escrow account in the amount of $432,699.96 (as
         of Feb. 9, 2017) less the January & February Payment,
         will be deposited in the debtor-in-possession account
         that has been established at the Bank by the Debtor;

     (c) the Debtor is authorized during the term, without prior
         notice or additional approval, to use cash collateral for

         the payment of actual expenses incurred in the ordinary
         course of the Debtor's business since August 2016 for the

         following postpetition expenses:

         (i) $200 for a monthly management fee to United
             Management Company, Sioux City, Iowa;

        (ii) sewer, water and other utility expenses;

       (iii) property taxes;

        (iv) site, casualty and liability insurance premiums;

         (v) project management, maintenance and marketing
             expenses up to $1,500 per occurrence, but not to
             exceed $2,500 in the aggregate in any calendar month,

             with no carryover for the unused allowance; and

        (vi) trustee fees; and

     (d) the Debtor is specifically authorized and will
         immediately pay the first 1/2 of the 2015-2016 real
         estate taxes that were due on Sept. 1, 2016, including
         associated penalties, and will thereafter pay the second
         half of the 2015-2016 real estate taxes on or before
         March 31, 2017, from the DIP Account.

A copy of the court order is available at:

            http://bankrupt.com/misc/ianb11-00829-59.pdf

The Bank is represented by:

     G. Mark Rice, Esq.
     WHITFIELD AND EDDY, P.L.C.
     699 Walnut, Suite 2000
     Des Moines, IA 50309-4195
     Tel: (515) 288-6041
     Fax: (515) 246-1474
     E-mail: rice@whitfieldlaw.com

As reported by the Troubled Company Reporter on March 6, 2017, the
Debtor filed with the Court a motion for approval of its cash
collateral stipulation with Northwest Bank.  The Stipulation is
available at http://bankrupt.com/misc/ianb11-00829-593.pdf

                       About Civic Partners

Civic Partners Sioux City, LLC, based in Huntington Beach,
California, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy (Bankr. N.D. Iowa Case
No. 11-00829) on April 14, 2011.  A. Frank Baron, Esq., at Baron,
Sar, Goodwin, Gill & Lohr, serves as the Debtor's counsel.  In its
petition, the Debtor estimated $1 million to $10 million in assets
and debts.  The petition was signed by Steven P. Semingson,
managing member.


CLEAVER-BROOKS INC: Moody's Affirms B2 Corporate Family Rating
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Moody's Investor's Service affirmed ratings for Cleaver-Brooks,
Inc. including the company's B2 Corporate Family Rating (CFR) and
its B2-PD Probability of Default rating. The rating outlook has
been changed to negative from stable.

RATINGS RATIONALE

The change in outlook to negative from stable reflects weaker than
expected operating performance due to lackluster demand in many of
the company's end-markets. This soft demand environment has weighed
on earnings and cash flows and resulted in a weakening set of
credit metrics.

The B2 corporate family rating reflects Cleaver's high financial
leverage, the company's small revenue base, and the cyclical nature
of the boiler business. As of December 2016, Debt-to-EBITDA was
almost 6.0x (after Moody's standard adjustments) and Moody's
expects leverage to remain at or above this level over the next few
quarters. This elevated Debt-to-EBITDA constrains financial
flexibility and is high compared to other like-rated issuers in the
B2 rating category. The rating also incorporates expectations that
headwinds relating to oil and gas markets will persist into FY 2018
and that free cash flow generation will remain muted. Moody's notes
that while Cleaver continues to face significant asbestos claims,
management believes that litigation risk is mitigated through
insurance and prior owner indemnification. The rating is supported
by the company's strong position within its niche end-markets, and
by its higher margin aftermarket segment which acts as a mitigant
to the more cyclical elements of the business while bolstering
profitability.

The company's ratings are unlikely to be upgraded in the near term
given the continued exposure to weak energy markets as well as
Cleaver's relatively small scale of operations, and the overhang
from continued asbestos litigation. The ratings could be upgraded
if Debt-to-EBITDA were sustained below 4.0 times coupled with a
significantly improved liquidity profile such that free cash
flow-to-debt were consistently in the high single-digits. The
ratings could be downgraded if Debt-to-EBITDA was expected to be
sustained above 6.0x or if an unfavorable asbestos litigation
ruling was deemed to impair Cleaver's earnings or cash flow
profile. A weakening liquidity profile with cash flow generation
becoming lower relative to historical levels or increased reliance
on the ABL facility would also pressure the rating downward. An
inability to refinance and extend the revolving credit facility
(matures in December 2017) in the coming months would also likely
result in downward rating pressure.

The following summarizes rating action:

Issuer: Cleaver-Brooks, Inc.

Corporate family rating, affirmed at B2

Probability of default rating, affirmed at B2-PD

$337 million of senior secured notes due December
2019 affirmed at B2 (LGD4)

Rating Outlook changed to Negative from Stable

Cleaver-Brooks, Inc., headquartered in Thomasville, GA,
manufactures integrated proprietary boiler room systems including
boilers, burners, controls, components and accessories. The boilers
provide hot water, steam and, in some instances, localized energy
critical to operations in industrial, institutional and commercial
applications in a wide range of markets including energy and
petrochemical, healthcare, food and beverage, and government. The
company is owned by The Harbour Group. Revenue for twelve months
ended December 2016 was approximately $400 million.

The principal methodology used in these ratings was Global
Manufacturing Companies published in July 2014.



COCRYSTAL PHARMA: CFO Resignation Causes Form 10-K Filing Delay
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Cocrystal Pharma, Inc., filed a Form 12b-25 with the Securities and
Exchange Commission notifying the delay in the filing of its annual
report on Form 10-K for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016.  The Company
was unable to file the Form 10-K within the required time frame due
to delays created by the recent resignation of its chief financial
officer, and the delay in hiring a new chief financial officer.

The Company expects to report a loss from operations of
approximately $107 million for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016,
compared to a loss from operations of approximately $54 million for
the year ended Dec. 31, 2015.  The 2016 loss from operations
includes an impairment charge to in-process research and
development assets of $92.4 million, compared to an impairment
charge to IPR&D assets of $38.7 million in 2015.  The impairment
arises from the valuation of IPR&D assets acquired from RFS Pharma,
LLC at the time of the Company's acquisition of RFS Pharma in
November 2014.  At the time of the acquisition, RFS Pharma's IPR&D
assets were valued at $185 million.  As of Dec. 31, 2016, the RFS
Pharma IPR&D assets were valued at $53.9 million.     

                   About Cocrystal Pharma

Cocrystal Pharma, Inc., formerly known as Biozone Pharmaceuticals,
Inc., is a pharmaceutical company with a mission to discover novel
antiviral therapeutics as treatments for serious and/or chronic
viral diseases.  Cocrystal Pharma employs unique technologies and
Nobel Prize winning expertise to create first- and best-in-class
antiviral drugs.  These technologies and the Company's market-
focused approach to drug discovery are designed to efficiently
deliver small molecule therapeutics that are safe, effective and
convenient to administer.

The Company's primary business going forward is to develop novel
medicines for use in the treatment of human viral diseases.
Cocrystal has been developing novel technologies and approaches to
create first-in-class and best-in-class antiviral drug candidates
since its initial funding in 2008.  Subsequent funding was
provided to Cocrystal Discovery, Inc., by Teva Pharmaceuticals
Industries, Ltd., or Teva, in 2011.  The Company's focus is to
pursue the development and commercialization of broad-spectrum
antiviral drug candidates that will transform the treatment and
prophylaxis of viral diseases in humans.  By concentrating the
Company's research and development efforts on viral replication
inhibitors, the Company plans to leverage its infrastructure and
expertise in these areas.

Cocrystal Pharma reported a net loss of $50.1 million on $78,000
of grant revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2015, compared to a
net loss of $99,000 on $9,000 of grant revenues for the year ended
Dec. 31, 2014.  As of Sept. 30, 2016, Cocrystal Pharma had $220.90
million in total assets, $53.07 million in total liabilities and
$167.82 million in total stockholders' equity.


COLOGNE ACADEMY: S&P Lowers Rating on 2014A/B Lease Bonds to BB+
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S&P Global Ratings lowered its long-term rating on the city of
Cologne, Minn.' series 2014A and 2014B charter school lease revenue
bonds issued for Cologne Academy (referred to hereafter as the
academy) to 'BB+' from 'BBB-'.  The outlook is stable.

"We lowered the long-term rating based on the U.S. Not-for-Profit
Charter Schools methodology, published on Jan. 3, 2017, on
RatingsDirect, and on our view of the academy's financial profile
metrics, which while overall flat or modestly improved from fiscal
2015 levels, have failed to keep pace with our current 'BBB-'
medians," said S&P Global Ratings credit analyst Shivani Singh.  In
S&P's view, the academy's full-accrual operating performance,
liquidity, and lease-adjusted maximum annual debt service coverage
is more in line with its S&P's category medians and comparably
rated peers.

S&P assessed the academy's enterprise profile as adequate,
characterized by its rapid enrollment growth, solid academic
performance, and favorable charter standing.  S&P assessed its
financial profile as vulnerable with weakened full-accrual
operating performance compared with historical levels, a moderately
high debt burden, and slim unrestricted reserves to debt.  S&P
believes that combined, these credit factors lead to an indicative
stand-alone credit profile of 'bb'.  As S&P's criteria indicate,
the final rating can be adjusted above the indicative credit level
due to a variety of overriding factors.  In S&P's opinion, the
'BB+' rating on the academy's bonds better reflects its solid
enrollment and demand profile that is more comparable with peers at
the higher rating.

The stable outlook reflects S&P's expectation that, during the next
one year, the academy's enrollment and demand will remain stable,
it will continue to report operating surpluses on full-accrual
basis, and its lease-adjusted MADS coverage and days' cash on hand
will be sustained around current levels.  In addition, S&P expects
that the academy will not issue additional debt.

A negative rating action could occur in the event that enrollment
materially declines, causing operating deficits or liquidity were
to significantly weaken from current levels.  In addition, S&P
could consider a negative rating action during its outlook period
if the academy's academic performance were to materially
deteriorate such that it impacts its charter's status.

Although unlikely to occur over the outlook period, S&P could
consider a positive rating action over the longer term if the
academy strengthens its financial profile, with a return to a trend
of healthier full-accrual operating surpluses, improves its
lease-adjusted MADS coverage and days' cash on hand, while
demonstrating growing enrollment, thus strengthening its enterprise
profile to levels commensurate with a higher rating.

The academy is located in Cologne, Carver County, Minn., about 30
miles from Minneapolis.  The academy is in its ninth year of
operations and has experienced controlled enrollment growth each
year.  The academy operates pursuant to a charter contract between
it and its authorizer, Friends of Education.  The academy's
curriculum is based on the Core Knowledge Sequence and classical
curriculum applicable to kindergarten to grade 8.



CONCORDIA INTERNATIONAL: Updates Company Code of Conduct
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Concordia International Corp. filed an updated copy of its company
Code of Conduct on the System for Electronic Document Analysis and
Retrieval.  The updates to the Code were generally of a
housekeeping nature and included (i) a new document control and
numbering system; (ii) a revised letter from the chief executive
officer of the Company; and (iii) revisions to various sections of
the Code to harmonize the Code with current global policies.  A
copy of the Code of Conduct is available for free at:

                       https://is.gd/vkKpWq

                          About Concordia

Concordia is a diverse, international specialty pharmaceutical
company focused on generic and legacy pharmaceutical products and
orphan drugs.  The Company has an international footprint with
sales in more than 100 countries, and has a diversified portfolio
of more than 200 established, off-patent molecules that make up
more than 1,300 SKUs.  Concordia also markets orphan drugs through
its Orphan Drugs Division, consisting of Photofrin for the
treatment of certain rare forms of cancer.

Concordia operates out of facilities in Oakville, Ontario and,
through its subsidiaries, operates out of facilities in
Bridgetown, Barbados; London, England and Mumbai, India.

Concordia reported a net loss of US$1.31 billion for the year ended
Dec. 31, 2016, compared to a net loss of US$31.56 million for the
year ended Dec. 31, 2015.  As of Dec. 31, 2016, Concordia had
US$3.73 billion in total assets, US$4.10 billion in total
liabilities and a total shareholders' deficit of $377.57 million.

                           *    *    *

As reported by the TCR on Nov. 17, 2016, Moody's Investors Service
downgraded the ratings of Concordia International Corp. including
the Corporate Family Rating to 'Caa1' from 'B3' and the
Probability of Default Rating to 'Caa1-PD' from 'B3-PD'.  "The
downgrade follows continued weakness in the business, an uncertain
competitive environment, and an unclear and challenging path
towards deleveraging," said Jessica Gladstone, Moody's senior vice
president.


CONGO CORPORATION: Obtains 75-Day Extension of Plan Filing Deadline
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Judge Patrick M. Flatley of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Northern District of West Virginia extended to 75 days Congo
Corporation's exclusive period to confirm a plan in its small
business case.

As previously reported by The Troubled Company Reporter, the Debtor
needs the additional time to reach an agreement on a mediation with
counterparties in an ongoing litigation with Westfield Insurance
Company, and Oxbow Fertilizer, LLC, and Caitlin Insurance Company.
An extension, the Debtor explains, should permit a timely
mediation, and still leave a cushion for further extension of
another 45 days, should it be necessary.

Judge Flatley signed the extension order on March 21, 2017.

                About Congo Corporation

Congo Corporation sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. N. D. W.Va. Case No. 16-00523) on May 23,
2016.  The petition was signed by John Hofstetter, president.  

The Debtor is represented by Martin P. Sheehan, Esq., at Sheehan &
Nugent, PLLC.  The Debtor tapped Peter A. Polverini as appraiser.

At the time of the filing, the Debtor disclosed $25,261 in assets
and $520,377 in liabilities.

The U.S. Trustee has been unable to appoint an official unsecured
creditors' committee in the case.


COOK INVESTMENTS: To Reject Green Haven Lease in Latest Exit Plan
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Cook Investments NW, SPNWY, LLC on March 16 filed with the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Washington its latest
disclosure statement, which explains the company's proposed plan to
exit Chapter 11 protection.

The latest restructuring plan constitutes a motion to reject Green
Haven's lease on a real property in Darrington, Washington, as of
the effective date of the plan.  Monthly rent collections by the
"lessor debtors" total $54,204, while monthly payments on the Class
4 Claim under the Plan Agreement are $39,941.  

All other creditors will be paid in full from surplus funds from
collection of rental income each month, according to the latest
disclosure statement.

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

                About Cook Investments NW, SPNWY

Cook Investments NW, SPNWY, LLC and four of its affiliates filed
Chapter 11 bankruptcy petitions (Bankr. W.D.WA. Lead Case No.
16-44782) on November 21, 2016.  The petitions were signed by
Michael
Cook, sole member.

In its petition, Cook Investments NW, SPNWY estimated $1 million to
$10 million in both assets and liabilities.  

Judge Brian D. Lynch presides over the cases.  Bush Kornfeld LLP
represents the Debtors as counsel.

On February 21, 2017, the Debtors filed a disclosure statement,
which explains their proposed Chapter 11 plan of reorganization.


COVENANT PLASTICS: Hires Margaret McClure as Attorney
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Covenant Plastics, Inc. seeks authorization from the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas to employ
Margaret M. McClure as attorney.

The Debtor requires Ms. McClure to give legal advice with respect
to the Debtor's powers and duties as debtor-in-possession in the
continued operation of the Debtor's business and management of the
Debtor's property and to perform all legal services for the
debtor-in-possession.

Ms. McClure will be paid an hourly fee of $400 for attorney time
and $150 per hour for paralegal time.

The law firm will also be reimbursed for reasonable out-of-pocket
expenses incurred.

A retainer of $35,000 was paid to Ms. McClure by the Debtor in
installments of $25,000 on January 5, 2017 and $10,000 on March 9,
2017.  $9,911.40 of the retainer amount of $35,000 was earned by
the Debtor’s attorney pre-petition, leaving a remaining retainer
balance of $25,088.60.  The retainer balance consists of $1,717 for
the filing fee and $23,371.60 to be applied to services rendered or
expenses incurred in connection with representing the debtor in the
bankruptcy proceeding, subject to court approval.

Ms. McClure 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 Debtor and
its estate.

The law firm can be reached at:

       Margaret Maxwell McClure, Esq.
       LAW OFFICE OF MARGARET M. MCCLURE
       909 Fannin, Suite 3810
       Houston, TX 77010
       Tel: (713) 659-1333
       Fax: (713) 658-0334
       Email: margaret@mmmcclurelaw.com

                    About Covenant Plastics Inc.

Founded in 1995, Covenant Plastics, Inc. is a small organization in
the scrap and waste material companies industry located in Houston,
Texas.  It has seven full-time employees and generates an estimated
$1.2 million in annual revenue.  The Debtor owns a commercial
property located in Beaumont Highway, Houston valued at $1.63
million.

Prentice S. Tillman is the 40% shareholder.  Vickie R. Tillman owns
60% stake in the Debtor.

The Debtor sought protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy
Code (Bankr. S.D. Texas Case No. 17-31541) on March 9, 2017.  The
petition was signed by Prentice S. Tillman, president.  The case is
assigned to Judge David R. Jones.

At the time of the filing, the Debtor disclosed $1.91 million in
assets and $4.12 million in liabilities.



CRAIG WALKER: Selling Westcliffe Property, Hiring Custer as Broker
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C. Randel Lewis, Examiner for the Craig J. Walker and Susan Ann
Walker bankruptcy case and as Examiner in the Walker III-Voss, LLC,
asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado to
authorize the Examiner to sell the real estate known as 104 North
Adams Boulevard in Westcliffe, Colorado, to Lynn Branam and Sarah
A. Branam for $275,000; and to employ and compensate Custer County
Realty, Inc., as sales broker.

Craig J. Walker and Susan Ann Walker sought Chapter 11 protection
(Bankr. D. Colo. Case No. 15-18281) on July 24, 2015.

On Aug. 24, 2015, Walker-Voss, filed its voluntary petition for
relief in Case No. 15-19428.  The Walker-Voss case is jointly
administered with the Debtors' bankruptcy case.

The Debtors' assets include the Craig J. Walker Revocable Trust,
which is the title owner of Property.  The Property consists of a
three-bedroom, single family residence built in the early 1990's on
just less than a half an acre of land in Custer County, Colorado.
The Walker Trust owns title to the Property free and clear of
mortgages, but the Property is subject to transcripts of judgment
recorded before the Petition Date.

The Debtors valued the Property in their schedules at $300,000.
Not long after the Petition Date, on Aug. 21, 2015, the Debtors
sought to retain Custer County Realty as broker to list and sell
the Property.  The Committee objected, complaining that the
proposed listing price of $299,900 was "too high," and that a price
of $150,000 to $200,000 was perhaps more appropriate given
prepetition litigation in Douglas County.  The Court has held the
employment application and the Committee's objection in abeyance
since Sept. 2, 2015.  Nevertheless, the broker has marketed the
property since November 2016 with the understanding that all sales
and commissions remain subject to Court approval.

In order to facilitate the liquidation of estate assets, the Walker
Trust (as seller) has entered into a contract to sell the Property
to the Buyers for $275,000.  Through the Motion, the Examiner asks
approval of the Sale Contract and the sale of the estate's interest
in the Property with all liens, claims, and interests to attach to
the proceeds of sale to the same extent, and with the same validity
and priority, as they existed on the Petition Date.  The Examiner
also asks an order authorizing the employment and compensation of
Custer County Realty as sales broker.

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

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/Craig_Walker_935_Sales.pdf

Two creditors claim liens or interests in the Property by virtue of
prepetition judgments and transcripts recorded in Custer County.
Wells Fargo Bank Minnesota, NA recorded transcripts of judgment
from Douglas County, Colorado Case No. 2013CV30490 in the amount of
$18,037,085 in Custer County on Sept. 25, 2013.  CIBC, Inc.,
recorded a transcript of judgment from Douglas County, Colorado
Case No. 2013CV30490 in the amount of $5,086,483 in Custer County
on Oct. 24, 2013.  Upon information and belief, neither Wells nor
CIBC will object to liquidation of the Property, as long as their
liens attach to the net proceeds to the same extent as they existed
on the Petition Date, and provided that the net proceeds received
by the estate are segregated pending further Court orders.

The Sale Contract should be approved under the foregoing standards.
The Examiner has evaluated the value of the Property and believes
that the transaction with the Buyers is reasonable and
arm's-length.  A sale of the estate's interest in the Property,
free and clear of liens, claims and interests will maximize value
for creditors.  The Examiner also believes that employment and
compensation of Custer County Realty, Inc. is appropriate.  Custer
County Realty (i) qualifies as "disinterested" for purposes of
employment in the Debtors' case; and (ii) will be compensated
through a standard 6% sales commission for the transaction.  The
Examiner believes that the compensation is reasonable and
appropriate.

Accordingly, the Examiner asks entry of an order (i) approving the
Sale Contract and the sale of the Property free and clear, with all
liens to attach to the proceeds; (ii) approving the employment and
compensation of Custer County Realty; and (iii) authorizing the
Debtors and the Examiner to execute documents and take all
appropriate action to close the transaction.

Counsel for the Examiner:

          John C. Smiley, Esq.
          Theodore J. Hartl, Esq.
          600 17th Street, Suite 1800 South
          Denver, CO, 80202-5441
          Telephone: (303) 573-5900
          Facsimile: (303) 573-1956
          E-mail: jsmiley@lindquist.com


CREEKSIDE CANCER CARE: Can Use Bank Cash Collateral Until June 30
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Judge Michael E. Romero of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Colorado, on March 2, 2017, entered Stipulated Final
Order authorizing Creekside Cancer Care, LLC, to use the cash
collateral of MidFirst Bank through June 30, 2017.

After entering interim orders authorizing the use of cash
collateral on Dec. 21, 2016, Jan. 11, 2017, and Feb. 10, 2017, the
Court held a hearing on the Motion on March 3, 2017.

MidFirst Bank claims a first priority lien on, and security
interest in, most of the Debtor's assets, including the Debtor's
cash, accounts, and the proceeds thereof, pursuant to MidFirst
Credit Agreements.  As security for the MidFirst Obligations, the
Debtor granted to or for the benefit of MidFirst various security
interests and liens on substantially all, if not all, of its assets
and properties ("Collateral").  The Debtor's cash, negotiable
instruments, documents of title, securities, deposit accounts, or
other cash equivalents in any form, including without limitation
income, proceeds, products, rents or profits of property or cash
arising from the collection, sale, lease, disposition, use, or
conversion to cash of any property, or fees, charges, accounts, or
other payments for the use or occupancy of rooms or facilities, and
such other forms of property, constitute cash collateral of
MidFirst, whether MidFirst's liens or security interests existed at
the commencement of this case or arise thereafter pursuant to the
Order or any other order of the Court or applicable law or
otherwise, and whether such property that has been converted to
cash existed as of the Petition Date or arose or was generated
thereafter ("Cash Collateral").

The Debtor and MidFirst stipulate and agree that the value of the
Collateral including the Cash Collateral) as of the Petition Date
exceeds the MidFirst Obligations.  The Debtor and MidFirst
stipulate, and the Court finds, that MidFirst has demanded adequate
protection and that the Debtor's use of the Cash Collateral and the
depreciation of non-Cash Collateral assets entitle MidFirst and the
Other Prepetition Lenders to the adequate protection provided in
the Order in order to maintain the MidFirst's equity cushion and
the interests, if any, of the Other Prepetition Lenders.

The Debtor will immediately deposit into the Debtor's DIP account
or the Debtor's authorized MidFirst account all Cash Collateral in
the Debtor's possession, custody, or control, and which any the
Debtor may receive during the course of the case.  Further, any
Cash Collateral currently held by any other person or entity,
including any affiliate of the Debtor will be immediately deposited
into the Debtor's DIP account.  All funds deposited into the
Debtor's DIP accounts (at any institution) will be deemed Cash
Collateral.

The Debtor will be permitted to use the Cash Collateral only under
the terms and conditions contained in the Order during the term
hereof, or during any extensions thereof, or any other orders of
the Bankruptcy Court, which orders will issue only after notice to
MidFirst and an opportunity for MidFirst to be heard.  Use of Cash
Collateral under the Order will terminate at the conclusion of the
Cash Collateral Period.

From the Debtor's DIP account, the Debtor will pay the current,
normal, actual, ordinary, and reasonable Post-Petition Expenses of
operating and maintaining its businesses, which amounts and the
extent of said payments are categorized and enumerated in the
Creekside Cash Collateral Budget.

The approved Creekside Cash Collateral Budget contemplates these
monthly revenues and expenses:

          Month      Projected Revenues   Total Expenses
          -----           -------         --------------
       February 2017      $205,000           $195,129
        March 2017        $210,000           $145,885
        April 2017        $215,000           $194,760
         May 2017         $220,000           $221,885
        June 2017         $225,000           $271,129

The Debtor may not exceed the total amount budgeted for each month
(in the aggregate) by more than 10% per month, without the prior
written consent of MidFirst or further Order of the Court.  For
clarity, to the extent the Debtor's actual aggregate Post-Petition
Expenses for any month in the Budget period are less than the
budgeted aggregate amount for such month, the difference between
the actual and the budgeted amount (excluding the 10% variance)
will be carried forward and added to the permitted budgeted amount
for the following month.  Professional fees may be paid as
authorized by order of the Court, provided that MidFirst retains
rights to object to allowance if payment of such fees would defeat
the adequate protection.  Beginning in April 2017, the Debtor will
pay MidFirst's reasonable postpetition attorneys' fees and costs on
a monthly basis; provided, however, that the Debtor will not be
required to pay in excess of $15,000 in April 2017 or in excess of
$10,000 in any subsequent month and such unpaid amounts will be
carried into future months.  Payments to professionals and to
MidFirst will be excluded for purposes of calculating the Debtor's
actual expenditures under the Budget.  Subject to the foregoing,
the Debtor will only incur and pay Post-Petition Expenses to the
extent specifically provided in the Budget.

In the event there are insufficient revenues generated from the
Debtor's business in any given month to pay Post-Petition Expenses
that come due that month, then a Debtor affiliate may advance such
funds as are necessary to pay the shortfall; provided, however, in
no event will the repayment of any such advances be entitled to
treatment under 11 U.S.C. Section 506(c), unless agreed to by
MidFirst, in writing, before any such advance is made, or further
Order of the Court, after notice and a hearing.

All fees and expenses of any professionals retained by the Debtor
will be subject to approval of the Court, and will be paid or
reimbursed only after approval of their fees and expenses under
such sections, regardless of whether reflected in the Budget.

The Debtor will pay to MidFirst, on or before the 15th day of each
month, commencing March 15, 2017, and continuing through the Cash
Collateral Period, payment equal to the combined monthly interest
at the non-default rate as set forth in the MidFirst Credit
Agreements on both the MidFirst First Loan and the MidFirst Second
Loan.

As adequate protection of MidFirst's interest in the Collateral and
Cash Collateral and as adequate protection of the interest of the
Other Prepetition Lenders, if any, in the Cash Collateral, the
Debtor grants MidFirst and other the Other Prepetition Lenders a
valid, perfected, enforceable and automatically perfected
post-petition security interest and lien ("Replacement Liens") in
and upon all post-petition accounts and income that are derived
from operation of the Debtor’s business and operation of the
Debtor's assets ("Adequate Protection Collateral"), to the extent
that the use of cash results in a decrease in the value of secured
creditor's interest in the collateral; provided, however, that the
Replacement Liens will not attach to any causes of action under
chapter 5 of the Bankruptcy Code.  All Replacement Liens will hold
the same relative priority to assets as did the prepetition liens
as of the Petition Date.  The Replacement Liens granted will be in
addition to all security interests, liens, and rights of setoff in
favor of MidFirst and the Other Prepetition Lenders, and will be
valid, perfected, enforceable and effective as of the date of the
entry of the Final Order without any further action by the Debtor,
MidFirst, or the Other Prepetition Lenders and without the
necessity of the execution, filing or recordation or any financing
statements, security agreements, or other perfection documents.

The Debtor will maintain all insurance policies in effect as of the
Petition Date and keep all Collateral fully insured as required by
the MidFirst Loan Documents.  MidFirst will be named as a
loss-payee on all such policies covering the Collateral.  The
Debtor will pay all post-petition taxes, including but not limited
to payroll, ad valorem, franchise, or personal property taxes, as
they come due in the ordinary course of the Debtor's business, and
prior to assessment of any late fees or interest.

The Cash Collateral Period will be that period of time from the
entry of the Order to the earlier of the following events: (a)
failure to file a plan of reorganization by April 10, 2017 (b);
June 30, 2017, (c) the entry of a judgment in favor of Accuray or
TomoTherapy, Inc., (d) appointment of a Chapter 11 Trustee,
examiner with enlarged powers, or other responsible person, or a
sale of any asset of the Debtor in which MidFirst has a security
interest, outside the ordinary course of business, unless prior to
entry of an order approving said action, MidFirst has consented in
writing to an extension of this Order; (e) conversion of the Case
to a case under Chapter 7 of Title 11 of the United States Code;
(f) occurrence of a default which remains uncured; (g) entry of an
order dismissing the Case and such Order becoming effective
pursuant to its terms; (h) transfer of the Collateral to MidFirst;
(i) entry of a final order granting relief from the automatic stay
to the holder of any security interest in any asset of the Debtor,
the Debtor's loss of which would have a material adverse effect on
the Debtor's operations, which relief or order is not consented to
by MidFirst; (j) filing of an adversary proceeding or avoidance
action by the Debtor or any committee against MidFirst; or (k)
refusal by the Bankruptcy Court to approve and grant the
stipulations and relief in the Order on a final basis or further
order of the Court determining the Debtor's use of Cash Collateral
authorized.

The Debtor will not, at any time during the Cash Collateral Period,
grant mortgages, security interests, or liens in the Collateral or
any portion thereof to any other parties pursuant to section 364(d)
of the Bankruptcy Code or otherwise, except upon consent of
MidFirst.

The Order constitutes findings of fact and conclusions of law, and
takes effect and becomes enforceable immediately upon execution.

A copy of the Stipulated Final Order is available for free at:

      
http://bankrupt.com/misc/cob16-21943_122_Cash_Creekside_Cancer_Care.pdf

                    About Creekside Cancer Care

Creekside Cancer Care, LLC, filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D.
Colo. Case No. 16-21943) on Dec. 9, 2016.  The petition was signed
by Charles Kelley Simpson, sole member.  The Debtor is represented
by Steven E. Abelman, Esq., Samuel M. Kidder, Esq., and Michael J.
Pankow, Esq., at Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP.  The Debtor
estimated assets and liabilities at $1 million to $10 million.

The Debtor is engaged in the business as a cancer care and
treatment center.  The Debtor provides a range of non-invasive
radiation therapy treatment options to its patients.  The Debtor
is
based in Lafayette, CO.


CUMBERLAND VALLEY: Taps Berkshire Hathaway as Real Estate Broker
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Cumberland Valley Development, Inc. seeks approval from the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania to hire a
real estate broker.

The Debtor proposes to hire Berkshire Hathaway Homesale in
connection with the sale of its real properties located along West
Coover Street, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania.

The firm will receive a commission of 5% of the sale price, plus
$295 upon consummation of the sale.

Jason Manges, a real estate agent employed with Berkshire,
disclosed in a court filing that he is a "disinterested person" as
defined in section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code.

The firm can be reached through:

     Jason Manges
     Berkshire Hathaway Homesale
     3435 Market Street
     Camp Hill, PA 17011
     Phone: 717-761-7900/717-554-5003
     Email: jmanges@homesale.com

The Debtor is represented by:

     Lisa A. Rynard, Esq.
     Purcelll, Krug & Haller
     1719 North Front Street
     Harrisburg, PA 17102
     Tel: 717 234-4178
     Fax: 717 236-6120
     Email: lrynard@pkh.com

               About Cumberland Valley Development

Based in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, Cumberland Valley
Development, Inc. sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. M.D. Pa. Case No. 17-01025) on March 17,
2017.  The petition was signed by Steven E. Westhafer, president.

The case is assigned to Judge Robert N. Opel II.

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


CUMULUS MEDIA: Elects Crestview & Dickeys Designates to Board
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At a meeting of the board of directors of Cumulus Media Inc. on
March 20, 2017, Lewis W. Dickey, Jr., vice chairman of the Board,
notified the Company that he was resigning from the Board in order
to pursue other professional interests.  

Mr. L. Dickey, together with other members of his family, are
parties to a stockholders agreement, dated as of Sept. 16, 2011, by
and among the Company, the Dickeys and Crestview Radio Investors,
LLC, among others, pursuant to which the Dickeys are entitled to
designate one member of the Board.  Mr. L. Dickey informed the
Board that the Dickeys were designating his brother John W. Dickey,
age 50, to replace Mr. L. Dickey as their designee on the Board.
The Board then voted to accept Mr. L. Dickey's resignation, and to
elect Mr. J. Dickey to replace Mr. L. Dickey as a member of the
Board, all effective immediately following the conclusion of the
Board meeting on March 20, 2017.

Also on March 20, 2017, Brian Cassidy, one of Crestview's designees
to the Board under the Stockholders' Agreement, separately notified
the Company that he was resigning from the Board due to his other
professional commitments, and Crestview informed the Company that
in accordance with its designation rights under the Stockholders'
Agreement, it was designating Ross Oliver as the successor designee
to Mr. Cassidy.  The Board then voted to accept Mr. Cassidy's
resignation and to elect Mr. Oliver to replace Mr. Cassidy, all
effective immediately following the conclusion of that Board
meeting.  Mr. Oliver was also appointed as a member of the Audit
Committee of the Board.

Each of Mr. Dickey and Mr. Oliver will be entitled to compensation
for his respective service as a member of the Board that is
consistent with the compensatory arrangements the Company has in
place with its other non-employee directors.

                    About Cumulus Media

Atlanta, Georgia-based Cumulus Media Inc. --
http://www.cumulus.com/-- is a radio broadcasting company.  The
Company is also a provider of country music and lifestyle content
through its NASH brand, which serves through radio programming,
NASH Country Weekly magazine and live events.  Its product lines
include broadcast advertising, digital advertising, political
advertising and non-advertising based license fees.  Its broadcast
advertising includes the sale of commercial advertising time to
local, national and network clients.  Its digital advertising
includes the sale of advertising and promotional opportunities
across its Websites and mobile applications.  Its across the
nation platform generates content distributable through both
broadcast and digital platforms.

Cumulus Media put AR Broadcasting Holdings Inc. and three other
units to Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. D. Del. Lead Case No.
11-13674) in 2011 after struggling to pay off debt that topped
$97 million as of June 30, 2011.

Cumulus Media incurred a net loss of $510.7 million in 2016
following a net loss of $546.49 million in 2015.  As of Dec. 31,
2016, Cumulus Media had $2.41 billion in total assets, $2.90
billion in total liabilities and a total stockholders' deficit of
$491.73 million.

                          *     *     *

The TCR reported on March 16, 2017, that S&P Global Ratings raised
its corporate credit rating on Atlanta, Ga.-based Cumulus Media
Inc. and its subsidiary Cumulus Media Holdings Inc. to 'CCC' from
'CC'.  The rating outlook is negative.  "We believe Cumulus may
look to exchange debt at subpar levels or repurchase debt at
discounted levels in 2017, which we would view as tantamount to
default, based on our criteria," said S&P Global Ratings' credit
analyst Jeanne Shoesmith.  "We could lower our ratings on the
company if it announces a subpar debt tender offer."  Various
tranches of debt at Cumulus are currently trading at roughly a
30%-60% discount to par.

In March 2016, Moody's Investors Service downgraded Cumulus Media
Inc.'s Corporate Family Rating to 'Caa1' from 'B3' and Probability
of Default Rating to 'Caa1-PD' from 'B3-PD'.  Cumulus' 'Caa1'
Corporate Family Rating reflects the company's excessive leverage
with debt-to-EBITDA exceeding 9.5x (including Moody's standard
adjustments) and Moody's revised expectation that debt-to-EBITDA
will remain elevated over the next 12 months due to continued
declines in network revenue and increased operating expenses more
than offsetting the benefits from an expected increase in station
group revenue and political ad sales in 2016.


DAKOTA PLAINS: Allowed to Continue Using Cash Collateral
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Judge Michael E. Ridgway of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Minnesota authorized Dakota Plains Holdings, Inc. and
affiliated Debtors to continue using cash collateral.

In addition, Judge Ridgway approved the Amended DIP Budget proposed
by the Debtors. The Debtors were authorized to use cash collateral
subject to the terms and conditions of the DIP Orders, the Amended
DIP Budget and SunTrust's consent.

A full-text copy of the Order, dated March 8, 2017, is available at
http://tinyurl.com/l5neopv


                  About Dakota Plains Holdings

Dakota Plains Holdings, Inc. (NYSE MKT: DAKP) --
http://www.dakotaplains.com/-- is an energy company operating the
Pioneer Terminal transloading facility.  The Pioneer Terminal is
centrally located in Mountrail County, North Dakota, for Bakken and
Three Forks related Energy & Production activity.

Dakota Plains Holding and six of its wholly owned subsidiaries
filed voluntary Chapter 11 petitions (Bankr. D. Minn. Lead Case No.
16-43711) on Dec. 20, 2016, initiating a process intended to
preserve value and accommodate an eventual going-concern sale of
Dakota Plains' business operations.  The petitions were signed by
Marty Beskow, CFO.  The cases are assigned to Judge Michael E.
Ridgway.

At the time of the filing, Dakota Plains Holdings disclosed $3.08
million in assets and $75.38 million in liabilities.

Baker & Hostetler LLP has been tapped as the Debtors' legal
counsel.  Ravich Meyer Kirkman McGrath Nauman & Tansey, A
Professional Association serves as co-counsel.  Canaccord Genuity
Inc. serves as the Debtors' financial advisor and investment
banker, Carlson Advisors as accountant, James Thornton as special
purpose counsel.

The U.S. Trustee has been unable to appoint an official unsecured
creditors committee.


DEWEY & LEBOEUF: Ex-Directors Admit to Reversing Accounting Entries
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Stewart Bishop, writing for Bankruptcy Law360, reports that Dianne
Cascino, Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP's former director of revenue support
and a cooperating witness, admitted before a Manhattan jury on
March 23 that she improperly reversed accounting entries on the law
firm's books and lied to partners and others who questioned the
suspect treatments.  Andrew Strickler at Law360 adds that Frank
Canellas also quickly copped on March 9 to helping cook the books
as the Firm's finance director.  

According to Law360, Mr. Canellas told jurors the next day of a
master plan to falsely inflate the Firm's income, and said that the
Firm's chief financial officer was in on the scam.  On March 13,
Mr. Canellas told the jury that he discussed false accounting
practices being used to prop up the firm with Chief Financial
Officer Joel Sanders, who signed off on bogus documentation shown
to auditors, and even directed others at the Firm to make false
accounting entries.

On March 17, Mr. Canellas denied before the court that the Firm's
former executive director Stephen DiCarmine ordered him to pull
improper accounting moves, Jody Godoy at Law360 relates.  Mr.
Canellas, according to the report, explained that the only one of
the allegedly fraudulent accounting treatments that Mr. DiCarmine
interacted with him about was a personal check to pay down a loan
Mr. DiCarmine owed the firm.

Law360 states that Assistant District Attorney Peirce Moser had
inferred that the check was not a real payment but used to
temporarily pad year-end numbers.  Mr. Canellas, the report adds,
said that the former executive director didn't directly ask him to
use the amount in that way.

According to Law360, Andrew Frisch, who is defending the firm's
former chief financial officer, Joel Sanders, sought to undermine
the credibility of Mr. Canellas by grilling him on March 16 about
his change in guilty plea from grand larceny to a lower charge.
Mr. Frisch, Law360 reports, asked whether Mr. Canellas was being
truthful in his 2014 plea given that he changed it after larceny
charges against Mr. Sanders, former Dewey Executive Director
Stephen DiCarmine and another defendant were dismissed, to which
Mr. Canellas answered that he did what he did.

On March 20, Messrs. DiCarmine and Sanders asked the court to
dismiss all charges in the middle of their fraud retrial, saying
prosecutors' failure to disclose details about witnesses'
statements had crippled their defense, Law360 reports.  The two
contended that because prosecutors failed to take notes when they
met with cooperators, there is no way of tracking the witnesses'
potentially conflicting statements or changed stories, despite the
state's obligation to disclose the material, the report states.

Law360 relates that Vincent "Trace" Schmeltz III, a former lawyer
at the Firm and current Barnes & Thornburg LLP partner, informed
the court on March 21 of his discovery of a $6.9 million
discrepancy on the Firm's books, while a defense attorney jabbed at
his credibility over Twitter-related sanctions in a separate
action.

                      About Dewey & LeBoeuf

Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP sought Chapter 11 bankruptcy (Bankr. S.D.N.Y.
Case No. 12-12321) in 2012 to complete the wind-down of its
operations.  The Firm had struggled with high debt and partner
defections.  Dewey disclosed debt of $245 million and assets of
$193 million in its Chapter 11 filing late evening on May 29,
2012.

Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP operated as a prestigious, New York City-
based, law firm that traced its roots to the 2007 merger of Dewey
Ballantine LLP -- originally founded in 1909 as Root, Clark & Bird
-- and LeBoeuf, Lamb, Green & MacCrae LLP originally founded in
1929.  In recent years, more than 1,400 lawyers worked at the firm
in numerous domestic and foreign offices.

At its peak, Dewey employed about 2,000 people with 1,300 lawyers
in 25 offices across the globe. When it filed for bankruptcy,
only 150 employees were left to complete the wind-down of the
business.

Dewey's offices in Hong Kong and Beijing are being wound down.  The
partners of the separate partnership in England are in process of
winding down the business in London and Paris, and administration
proceedings in England were commenced May 28.  All lawyers in the
Madrid and Brussels offices have departed.  Nearly all of the
lawyers and staff of the Frankfurt office have departed, and the
remaining personnel are preparing for the closure.  The firm's
office in Sao Paulo, Brazil, is being prepared for closure and the
liquidation of the firm's local affiliate.  The partners of the
firm in the Johannesburg office, South Africa, are planning to wind
down the practice.

The firm's ownership interest in its practice in Warsaw, Poland,
was sold to the firm of Greenberg Traurig PA on May 11 for
$6 million.  The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. took $2 million of
the proceeds as part of a settlement.

Judge Martin Glenn oversees the case.  Albert Togut, Esq., at
Togut, Segal & Segal LLP, represents the Debtor.  Epiq Bankruptcy
Solutions LLC serves as claims and notice agent.  The petition was
signed by Jonathan A. Mitchell, chief restructuring officer.

JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., as Revolver Agent on behalf of the
lenders under the Revolver Agreement, hired Kramer Levin Naftalis
& Frankel LLP.  JPMorgan, as Collateral Agent for the Revolver
Lenders and the Noteholders, hired FTI Consulting and Gulf
Atlantic Capital, as financial advisors.  The Noteholders hired
Bingham McCutchen LLP as counsel.

The U.S. Trustee formed two committees -- one to represent
unsecured creditors and the second to represent former Dewey
partners.  The creditors committee hired Brown Rudnick LLP led by
Edward S. Weisfelner, Esq., as counsel.  The Former Partners hired
Tracy L. Klestadt, Esq., and Sean C. Southard, Esq., at Klestadt &
Winters, LLP, as counsel.

FTI Consulting, Inc., was appointed secured lender trustee for the
Secured Lender Trust.  Alan Jacobs of AMJ Advisors LLC, was named
Dewey's liquidation trustee.  Scott E. Ratner, Esq., Frank A.
Oswald, Esq., David A. Paul, Esq., Steven S. Flores, Esq., at
Togut, Segal & Segal LLP, serve as counsel to the Liquidation
Trustee.

Dewey's liquidating Chapter 11 plan was approved by the bankruptcy
court in February 2013 and implemented in March.  The plan created
a trust to collect and distribute remaining assets.  The firm
estimated that midpoint recoveries for secured and unsecured
creditors under the plan would be 58.4 percent and 9.1 percent,
respectively.


DIAMOND US: Moody's Affirms B2 Corporate Family rating
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Moody's Investors Service rated Diamond US Holdings LLC's proposed
senior secured revolving credit facility due 2022 and term loan due
2024 at B2. The Corporate Family rating ("CFR") was affirmed at B2
and the Probability of Default rating ("PDR") was affirmed at
B2-PD. The rating outlook remains stable.

The net proceeds of the proposed debt will be used to repay
existing debt. The B2 ratings on the senior secured revolving
credit facility due 2019 and term loan due 2021 are not affected
and will be withdrawn when they are repaid.

Moody's took the following rating actions on Diamond US Holdings
LLC (Dealogic):

Affirmations:

-- Corporate Family Rating, at B2

-- Probability of Default Rating, at B2-PD

Assignments:

-- Senior Secured Bank Revolving Credit Facility due 2022, B2
    (LGD3)

-- Senior Secured Bank Term Loan B due 2024, B2 (LGD3)

Outlook:

-- Outlook is Stable

RATINGS RATIONALE

"Although the lower interest rate and substantial maturity
extensions are positive credit developments, the large incremental
term loan feature of the proposed credit facilities enables future
debt-funded acquisitions and shareholder returns," noted Edmond
DeForest, Moody's Senior Credit Officer. DeForest continued: "Until
revenue and cash flow growth prove sustainable, additional debt
issuances would pressure the B2 CFR and other ratings."

Dealogic's B2 CFR reflects the company's small revenue scale and
debt to EBITDA over 6 times. Dealogic's subscription revenue stream
for its databases and tools, and its long term, albeit
concentrated, customers, provide high barriers to potential
competitors. Dealogic is the premier provider of transaction and
fee information and analytics to the global investment banking
industry, especially debt and equity capital markets functions,
although there is competition from are other providers including
Bloomberg LP, Thomson Reuters Corporation (Baa2 stable) and Ipreo
Holdings LLC (B3 stable). The investment book building service
business line is well entrenched for managing transaction
commitments. However, revenue growth in both business lines is
dependent upon stability or growth in the investment banking
businesses they serve. Credit metrics other than financial leverage
are expected to remain solid for the B2 rating category, including
free cash flow to debt around 7%, EBITA margins approaching 30% and
EBITA to interest expense over 2 times. Moody's anticipates
Dealogic will continue to invest in acquisitions and software
development expenses, which limit the potential for deleveraging
through debt repayment.

All financial metrics cited reflect Moody's standard analytic
adjustments. In addition, Moody's expenses Dealogic's capitalized
software costs.

The stable ratings outlook reflects Moody's expectations for modest
subscription growth, solid profitability and good liquidity. The
ratings could be downgraded if: 1) customer retention rates fall;
2) Moody's expects debt to EBITDA will be maintained above 6.5
times; or 3) liquidity is diminished. An upgrade of the ratings is
possible if Moody's expects 1) sustained profitable revenue growth;
2) increased service line diversity; 3) greater free cash flow; and
4) debt to EBITDA will decline towards and be sustained around 5
times.

The principal methodology used in these ratings was Business and
Consumer Service Industry published in October 2016.

Dealogic provides transaction data and analytics to the investment
banking industry as well as investor book building and event
workflow services. Moody's expects revenues of about $160 million
in 2017. Dealogic is controlled by The Carlyle Group.



DOWLING COLLEGE: Hires Hilco Streambank as Broker
-------------------------------------------------
Dowling College seeks authorization from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
for the Eastern District of New York to employ Hilco Streambank as
broker for the Debtor, nunc pro tunc to March 14, 2017.

Hilco Streambank has an excellent reputation for its use of
successful marketing strategies for intangible assets, and is
well-suited to represent the Debtor in marketing the IP Addresses,
the Debtor said.

The Debtor requires Hilco to:

     a. collect and secure all of the available information and
other data concerning the IP Addresses;

     b. develop and execute a sales and marketing program designed
to elicit proposals to acquire the IP Addresses from qualified
acquirers with a view toward completing one or more sales,
assignments, licenses, or other dispositions of the IP Addresses;
and

      c. assist in the transfer of the IP Addresses to the
acquirer(s) who offer the highest or otherwise best consideration
for the IP Addresses.

The Debtor and Hilco Streambank agreed that Hilco Streambank shall
be compensated by receiving a commission based on aggregate Gross
Proceeds generated from the sale, assignment, license, or other
disposition of the IP Addresses as follows:

     (i) for a sale or sales of the IP Addresses in a lot size of
/17 (32,768 addresses) or larger, a Commission equal to 6% of the
aggregate Gross Proceeds; or

    (ii) for a sale or sales of the IP Addresses in a lot size
smaller than /17 (32,768 addresses), a Commission equal to 10% of
the aggregate Gross Proceeds. The Commission will be paid solely
from the proceeds of the sale of the IP Addresses.

Jack Hazan, executive vice president of Hilco IP Services, LLC
d/b/a Hilco Streambank, 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 Debtor and its estates.

Hilco may be reached at:

      Jack Hazan
      Hilco IP Services, LLC d/b/a Hilco Streambank
      1500 Broadway, 8th Floor
      New York, NY 10036
      Phone: 212.610.5663
      E-mail: jhazan@hilcoglobal.com

                        About Dowling College

Dowling College was founded in 1955 as part of Adelphi College's
outreach to Suffolk County, New York.  Dowling College became the
first four-year, degree-granting liberal arts institution in the
county.  It purchased the former W.K. Vanderbilt estate in Oakdale
in 1962.

Dowling College sought Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection (Bankr.
E.D.N.Y. Case No. 16-75545) on Nov. 30, 2016, estimating assets of
$100 million to $500 million and debt of less than $100 million.
The Debtor is represented by Klestadt Winters Jureller Southard &
Stevens, LLP.  Robert Rosenfeld of RSR Consulting, LLC, serves as
its chief restructuring officer while Garden City Group, LLC serves
as its claims and noticing agent.

Robert E. Grossman presides over the Debtor's bankruptcy case.

The Office of the U.S. Trustee on Dec. 9 appointed three creditors
of Dowling College to serve on the official committee of unsecured
creditors.  The Committee named SilvermanAcampora LLP as its
counsel.


ELBARDI INT'L PLA: Plan Outline Hearing on April 20
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Judge Enrique S. Lamoutte Inclan of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for
the District of Puerto Rico conditionally approved Elbardi
International PLA, LLC's small business disclosure statement with
respect to its plan of reorganization filed on March 9, 2016.

April 20, 2017, at 10:00 a.m. is fixed for the hearing on final
approval of the disclosure statement and for the hearing on
confirmation of the plan.

Three days prior to the hearing is fixed as the last day for filing
written acceptances or rejections to the plan.

Three days prior to the hearing is fixed as the last day for filing
and serving written objections to the disclosure statement and
confirmation of the plan.

The Troubled Company Reporter previously reported that the Class 3
under the plan is the general unsecured claims against the Debtor.
The unsecured claimants are CRIM, Pepsi Cola of Puerto Rico, the
Department of Treasury, and the Municipality of San Juan. The DOT's
claims are disputed.

This class will receive monthly cash dividend equal to 37%
pursuant
to the Debtor's Plan.

Payments and distributions under the Plan will be funded by the
resulting cash flow from operations.

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

        http://bankrupt.com/misc/prb16-03844-11-92.pdf

                    About Elbardi

Elbardi International PLA, LLC sought protection under Chapter 11
of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D.P.R. Case No. 16-03844) on May 13,
2016.  The Debtor tapped Correa Business Consulting Group, LLC as
its legal counsel.


EMPRESA LOCAL: Selling Ponce Property to Furiel for $146K
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Empresa Local Global, Inc., filed a notice with the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the District of Puerto Rico that it has received an offer
from Furiel Auto Corp. for the purchase of 729.50 square meters of
parcel owned by the Debtor at Urbanización Industrial No. 3,
Avenida By Pass, Ponce, Puerto Rico, for $200 per square meter, for
a total of $145,900, to be paid at closing.

Furiel is the best candidate for the purchase of the property since
it is adjacent to its Toyota dealership, located in a parcel of
land purchased from the Debtor before the filing of its Chapter 11
petition.  Given the depressed Ponce, Puerto Rico real estate
market and the location of the property to be sold, the Debtor
considers that Furiel's offer is reasonable and fair.

The proceeds of the sale will be utilized by the Debtor to fund its
Plan of Reorganization and to pay administrative expenses as
determined by the Court.  The sale to Furiel will be effected on
the Effective Date of the Debtor's Plan of Reorganization.

The Debtor asks the Court that Notice of the said sale be taken,
and an Order entered authorizing the sale to Furiel, as indicated.

Empresa Local Global, Inc., filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
protection (Bankr. D.P.R. Case No. 14-06675).  The Debtor,
formerly known as Casas Mi Estillo, was created in 1987 and was in
the business of selling wooden prefabricated houses in Puerto
Rico.


ESSAR STEEL: Chapter 11 Plan Not Feasible Without DNR Leases
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Mesabi Metallics Company LLC, formerly known as Essar Steel
Minnesota, LLC, filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Delaware its first amended proposed disclosure
statement relating to its chapter 11 plan of reorganization.

The latest plan asserts that the company's senior secured lenders,
who will suffer the largest losses in the bankruptcy, have
indicated that they support the reorganization of the Debtors as a
going concern. None of the Project Finance Lenders or the Supplier
Credit Lenders have agreed to the treatment provided for in the
plan, including, but not limited to, the increased recovery to
Project Unsecured Claims; however, they have stated that they
support continued negotiations in connection with considering
confirmation of the Plan and have reserved all of their rights with
respect thereto.

The new plan provides that except for Class 1 - Priority Claims,
which is unimpaired under the Plan, and Class 10 - Equity
Interests, which will not receive a distribution under the plan,
all classes of Claims are entitled to vote on the Plan.

The new plan also proposes that if an Allowed General Unsecured
Claim exceeds $50,000, the holder of such Allowed General Unsecured
Claim may elect to reduce its Claim to $50,000, and receive
treatment as a Class 9 - Convenience Claim. Estimated recovery for
Class 8 general unsecured claimants is now 100%.

The Troubled Company Reporter previously reported that a key
component of the initial plan is the $250 million cash contribution
from a plan sponsor.  The new Plan, however, disclosed that there
is now a risk that the plan sponsor may not contribute the new
equity contemplated by the plan. Further, there may not be a better
or higher bid pursuant to the Bid Procedures.

The Debtor adds that there is also a risk associated with the
assumption of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources'
leases.  The Mineral and Surface Leases are vital to the completion
and success of the iron ore pellet production facility project, the
Debtor said.  The DNR Leases are of particular importance as they
account for approximately 41.6% of ESML's access to iron ore. The
DNR, however, filed an objection on Feb 8, 2017, which the
Bankruptcy Court may sustain and would eventually prevent the
Debtors from assuming the DNR leases. The Plan is not feasible, and
cannot be confirmed, absent the assumption of the DNR Leases.

A blacklined version of the Amended Disclosure Statement is
available at:

            http://bankrupt.com/misc/deb16-11626-794.pdf

                    About Essar Steel Minnesota

Essar Steel Minnesota LLC and ESML Holdings Inc. filed for Chapter
11 bankruptcy protection (Bankr. D. Del. Case Nos. 16-11627 and
16-11626) on July 8, 2016.  The bankruptcy petition was signed by
Madhu Vuppuluri, president and chief executive officer.

The Debtors are represented by Craig H. Averich, Esq., at White &
Case LLP and John L. Bird, Esq., and Jeffrey M. Schlerf, Esq., at
Fox Rothschild LLP.  Epic Bankruptcy Solutions, LLC, serves as
claims and noticing agent.

The cases are assigned to Judge Brendan Linehan Shannon.

ESML Holdings Inc. estimated assets at $1 billion to $10 billion
and debts at $500 million to $1 billion.  Essar Steel Minnesota
LLC
estimated assets and debts at $1 billion to $10 billion.

Andrew Vara, acting U.S. trustee for Region 3, on July 20, 2016,
appointed the official committee of unsecured creditors of ESML
Holdings, Inc., and its affiliates.  The Committee hired Andrew K.
Glenn, at Kasowitz Benson Torres & Friedman LLP, to act as
counsel.
David MacGreevey, at Zolfo Cooper, LLC., to serve as financial
advisor.  Garvan F. McDaniel, at Hogan McDaniel, to act as
Delaware
counsel.


ESSEX CONSTRUCTION: Banks Ask Court to Revoke Cash Collateral Use
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Firstrust Bank and Industrial Bank jointly ask the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the District of Maryland to revoke Essex Construction,
LLC's authorization to use and to make any transfers whatsoever of
its cash collateral in order to preserve the Debtor's remaining
cash.

The Banks also request the Court to remove the Debtor from control
over its debtor-in-possession bank accounts and hold Roger Blunt
and Robert Wrightson in civil contempt, along with any other
individuals that are found to have given any employee or officer of
the Debtor authority to make the Union Dues payment of $545,000.

Concerned that the Debtor is dissipating cash and making
unauthorized transfers, Firstrust Bank filed its Emergency Motion
to Expedite the March 17, 2017 Hearing on the U.S. Trustee's Motion
to Appoint Chapter 11 Trustee, or in the Alternative, to Convert
Case to Chapter 7.  Industrial Bank filed a Line in support of the
Motion to Expedite.

Consequently, on March 6, the Court held a hearing on the Motion to
Expedite, where the Court directed the parties to draft an order
limiting the Debtor's use of cash during the Gap Period from March
6, 2017 through and including March 17, 2017, to those expenditures
that it sought and obtained explicit approval of from both Banks.

The Court's Order Resolving the Motion to Expedite specifically
required the Debtor to request and obtain approval from both
Firstrust and Industrial Bank for each and every payment that it
sought to pay during the Gap Period, without reference or regard to
whether the expense has been authorized previously in any cash
collateral order governing the Debtor's use of cash.  However, the
Debtor drained its debtor-in-possession operating account by paying
a $545,000 expense that has not been approved and specifically been
objected to by Firstrust.

After the hearing on the Motion to Expedite, the Debtor's counsel
is supposed to draft a list of expenses for approval by the Banks.
The Debtor's counsel, however, responded with changes to the
proposed Order Restricting Cash Collateral and attached the
Debtor's proposed Expense List, which included the $545,000
expenditure to the Laborers District Council.

Thereafter, the Debtor's counsel sent an email to counsel for
Firstrust and Industrial making a formal request to pay $545,000 to
the Laborers District Council. The Check Request has been signed by
Robert Wrightson and Roger Blunt. In response to the request,
Firstrust stated that it will not approve payment of $545,000 for
Union Dues at this time, and followed its refusal to authorize
payment of the $545,000 with several reasons why it was denying
approval of the payment.

In addition, the Banks tells the Court that the Debtor's counsel
has disclosed that the Debtor only had $588,754 in its Operating
Account to begin with. However, the Debtor effectively drained its
account and depleted money needed for the chapter 11 trustee to
rehabilitate the Debtor. Then, after the damage done, the Debtor
consented to the appointment of a chapter 11 trustee.

                   About Essex Construction

Essex Construction, LLC filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D. Md.
Case No. 16-24661) on Nov. 4, 2016.  The petition was signed by
Roger R. Blunt, president and chief executive officer.  The case is
assigned to Judge Thomas J. Catliota.  At the time of filing, the
Debtor estimated assets to be less than $50,000 and liabilities at
$1 million to $10 million.

The Debtor's bankruptcy counsel is Kim Y. Johnson, at the Law
Offices of Kim Y. Johnson. N. William Jarvis, Esq., serves as the
Debtor's general counsel.

The Debtor has Robert Wrightson as executive vice president; Marc
Hunter as executive assistant to the President and CEO; Mr. Curtis
Bowers as marketing director; and BradyRenner and Company, LLC as
accountant.

The Office of the U.S. Trustee on Dec. 12, 2016, disclosed in a
court filing that no official committee of unsecured creditors has
been appointed in the Chapter 11 case of Essex Construction, LLC.


EXCO RESOURCES: S&P Raises CCR to 'CCC-'; Outlook Negative
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S&P Global Ratings said that raised its corporate credit rating on
Dallas-based E&P company EXCO Resources Inc. to 'CCC-' from 'SD'
(selective default).  The rating outlook is negative.

At the same time, S&P assigned its 'CCC+' issue-level and '1'
recovery ratings to the company's newly issued $300 million
1.5-lien payment-in-kind (PIK) notes.  The '1' recovery rating
indicates S&P's expectation for very high (90%-100%; rounded
estimate: 0%) recovery in the event of a payment default.

S&P also assigned its 'CCC-' issue-level and '4' recovery ratings
to the company's $683 million 1.75-lien senior secured PIK term
loan.  The '4' recovery rating indicates S&P's expectation for
average (30%-to 50%; rounded estimated 30%) recovery in the event
of a payment default.

Additionally, S&P raised its issue-level rating on the company's
senior secured second-lien term loan due 2020 to 'C' from 'D' and
revised the recovery rating to '6' from '4'.  The '6' recovery
rating indicates S&P's expectation for negligible (0%-10%; rounded
estimate: 0%) recovery in the event of a payment default.

Furthermore, S&P lowered its issue-level rating on the company's
revolving credit facility to 'CCC+' from 'B'.  The recovery rating
remains '1', indicating S&P's expectation for very high (90%-100%;
rounded estimate: 95%) recovery in the event of a payment default.


"The upgrade reflects our reassessment of our corporate credit
rating on EXCO after the company exchanged most of its outstanding
12.5% second-lien secured term loans for $683 million new 1.75-lien
secured payment-in-kind (PIK) term loans," said S&P Global Ratings'
credit analyst Alexander Vargas.  The new 1.75-lien PIK term loans
include an option, at the company's discretion, to meet interest
obligations with cash, equity, or additional 1.75-lien terms loans.
The company would pay 12.5% interest if it's paid in cash or 15%
if equity or additional 1.75-lien term loans is used. The company
also issued new 1.5-lien PIK notes with an option to pay cash
interest at 8% or PIK interest, with additional 1.5-lien term loans
or equity, pending shareholder approval, at 11%.  The company used
the proceeds from the 1.5-lien notes to pay down the reserve-based
lending (RBL) credit facility.

The corporate credit rating reflects S&P's view that EXCO's
leverage will remain at levels S&P consider unsustainable over the
next 12 months and its liquidity is weak.  Although the company's
ability to PIK interest will increase its liquidity over the next
12 months, S&P believes its ability to benefit from recent
transactions is limited by the restrictive new covenants on the
credit facility, which require minimum liquidity levels be
maintained and a maximum of $1.2 billion in secured debt, which
limits the company's ability to use additional debt for PIK
interest payments.

The rating also reflects S&P's assessment of the company's business
risk profile as vulnerable, based on its small scale and high
proportion of natural gas reserves and production.  EXCO's proven
reserve base as of year-end 2016 was about 1.5 trillion cubic feet
equivalent, of which only 35% is considered proved developed and
consists of about 90% gas.  EXCO's daily production has declined
over the past year to 263 million cubic feet equivalent (mmcfe) for
the fourth quarter of 2016 from 319 mmcfe for the same quarter in
2015.  The company had no drilling activities in the fourth-quarter
of 2016, and it commenced drilling in early 2017.  However, as a
result of this activity, S&P don't expect additional production to
come online until the second or third quarter of 2017, causing
possible further declines in daily production.

"The negative outlook reflects our view that EXCO will likely
execute another distressed debt exchange during the next 12 months
due to unsustainable leverage and weak liquidity," said
Mr. Vargas.  "Additionally, the company needs to significantly
increase its capital expenditures in order to develop reserves to,
at the very least, maintain flat production, which would further
put a strain on liquidity."

S&P could lower the corporate credit rating if it believes the
company is likely to default on its existing debt or negotiate
another debt exchange, which S&P would consider distressed, based
on its criteria.  This could occur if the company fails to receive
shareholder approval to issue common equity to meet interest
requirements.

S&P could consider taking a positive rating action if the company
reduces its leverage to levels we consider sustainable, including
debt to EBITDA closer to 5x and FFO to debt approaching 12%, while
sustaining at least adequate liquidity.  This scenario would most
likely occur if the company was able to execute additional capital
market transactions or assets sales to strengthen liquidity and
reduce debt.



EXELON CORP: Fitch Affirms BB+ Junior Subordinated Debt Rating
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Fitch Ratings has affirmed the 'BBB' Long-Term Issuer Default
Ratings (IDR) of Exelon Corp. (EXC), Exelon Generation Co., LLC
(Exgen), Pepco Holdings LLC (PHI), Potomac Electric Power Co.
(Pepco) and Atlantic City Electric Co. (ACE), and the 'BBB+' IDRs
of Commonwealth Edison Co. (ComEd), PECO Energy Co. (PECO),
Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. (BGE) and Delmarva Power and Light
Co. (DPL). The Rating Outlook for each entity is Stable. Fitch has
also withdrawn PHI's Short-Term IDR and commercial paper (CP)
ratings. PHI has terminated its CP program and has been removed as
a borrower from the credit agreement it previously shared with
Pepco, DPL and ACE.

Key Rating Driver for Exelon Corp.

Improving Risk Profile: The March 2016 acquisition of PHI furthers
EXC's goal of increasing regulated earnings and lowering business
risk. Post-merger, Fitch expects regulated earnings to account for
roughly 65%-70% of consolidated earnings from its six regulated
utilities compared with an estimated 55%-60% without the
acquisition. The proportion of regulated earnings should continue
to grow due to a capital allocation strategy that is heavily
weighted to infrastructure investments at EXC's six utility
operating utilities, particularly ComEd, and substantially reduced
growth investments at it competitive generation subsidiary.

Increased leverage: The PHI acquisition resulted in a rise in
leverage, reflecting the acquisition funding and the consolidation
of the more leveraged PHI. Fitch estimates adjusted debt/EBITDAR
will approximate 4.5x in 2017, the first full year of operation
after the merger, compared with about 3.7x prior to the
acquisition. Leverage should fall below 4.0x given the expected
earnings growth and planned debt reductions of approximately $3
billion at Exgen and EXC over the next four years.

Merchant Risk: The ratings also consider the more volatile earnings
and cash flow contribution of EXC's competitive generation
business, which is exposed to market price risk. The operating
environment for competitive generating companies remains
challenging, with abundant natural gas supply and energy efficiency
initiatives constraining demand and power prices with little relief
in sight. To mitigate the cash flow volatility Exgen employs a
three-year hedging strategy. In addition, management has nearly
eliminated Exgen growth capex and reduced upstreamed dividends.
Consequently Exgen is expected to be substantially free cash flow
(FCF) positive beginning in 2018 and plans to pay down roughly $3
billion of debt by 2020 with a goal of debt/EBITDA of 3x. Once the
leverage target is reached, FCF will be used to retire parent
debt.

Nuclear Subsidies: EXC's earnings and cash flow profile has also
been stabilized by the passage of legislation/regulations in
Illinois and New York that provide financial support to certain
nuclear generating units operating in those states. EXC owns five
nuclear units that are expected to benefit from the zero emission
credit (ZEC) programs that will provide roughly $500 million to
$600 million annually. Among the five plants is the James A.
Fitzpatrick nuclear unit, which was acquired as a direct result of
the New York ZEC program, and three units in Illinois (Quad Cities
units 1 and 2 and the Clinton) that were scheduled to be retired
prior to the enactment of the Illinois and New York initiatives.
Without the ZECs, a fifth unit, R.E. Ginna was also a likely
retirement candidate.

Utility-Centric Capital Allocation Strategy: Going forward, the
majority of capital investment is allocated to EXC's six utility
subsidiaries, furthering the transition to a more stable earnings
base. The share of utility investments increases in each of the
next three years, reaching more than 70% of consolidated capex by
2018. The majority of the regulated investments are at ComEd, EXC's
largest utility, which operates with a constructive formula rate
plan that provides timely recovery of invested capital.

Adverse Tax Ruling: In September 2016, the tax court rejected EXC's
position related to a 1999 like-kind-exchange (LKE) transaction and
also ruled that the company is responsible for interest and
penalties. The total exposure is $1.45 billion less any tax
benefits. EXC expects to file an appeal in 2017 at which time it
will be required to pay taxes due. To stop the on-going accrual of
interest, EXC has posted a $1.25 billion deposit, initially funded
with CP which was repaid with proceeds from a $750 million Exgen
bond issue in February and the remainder with cash on hand.

PHI Utilities Rate Strategy: Following a two-year period of rate
case avoidance during the merger review process, PHI's three
utilities filed six distribution rate cases and three Federal
Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) formula transmission cases
totaling $465 million. Three of the distribution cases have been
completed and three are pending. Going forward management expects
to file rate cases every 12-15 months. Beyond the rate filings,
management also plans to seek alternative rate recovery mechanisms
to address regulatory lag, which has been a persistent issue for
each of the PHI utilities. The rate lag results from reliance on
historical test years with limited forward adjustments and an
extended review process that have combined to prevent the companies
from earning their authorized returns.

Key Rating Drivers for Exelon Generation Company, LLC
Challenging Operating Environment: Weak natural gas and power
prices are expected by Fitch to continue to restrict the earnings
power and cash flow of Exgen's competitive generation business.
Demand is also expected to remain sluggish due in large part to
energy efficiency measures and slow economic growth. Favorably, ZEC
programs in NY and IL and the capacity pricing mechanism in the PJM
Interconnection LLC (PJM), where the majority of Exgen's capacity
is located, provide a meaningful boost to earnings and cash flow.

Hedging Strategy: To moderate cash flow volatility and commodity
price risk, Exgen employs a three-year ratable hedging strategy.
The strategy targets a financial hedge range of 90%-98% in the
prompt year, 70%-90% in year two, and 50%-70% year three. As of
Dec. 31, 2016, the percentage of expected generation hedged was
91%-94%, 56%-59% for 2018 and 28%-31% in 2017, 2018 and 2019,
respectively. The hedging strategy includes forward power contracts
and financial hedges, primarily natural gas options, as well as a
significant retail electricity business that complements its
wholesale energy business. When forward market prices are below
Exgen's expectation the company has operated below its ratable
hedging policy, which has recently been the case in the outer
years.

Dwindling Growth Capex: Management has slashed Exgen's growth capex
budget and instead will be harvesting cash for debt reduction and
investments in its utility businesses. Planned growth capex
declines to $850 million in 2017 from $1.2 billion in 2016 and then
falls to about $175 million in 2018 and $125 million in the
following two years. Maintenance capex is also declining from a
peak of $1.1 billion in 2015 to an estimated $875 million in 2020.
Any growth investments are expected to be in fully contracted
assets

Nuclear Operating Risk: Exgen derives approximately 88% of its
generation output from nuclear facilities and the remainder from
renewables and oil and gas. The nuclear operating risk is mitigated
by the diversity of owning 25 nuclear units (including the pending
acquisition of the Fitzpatrick plant) at 15 sites in three regions
and Exgen's long record of strong nuclear performance. Over the
past three years the nuclear capacity factor averaged approximately
94% including a record 94.6% in 2016 compared to the industry
average of about 90%. In 2016, the company also had its shortest
average refueling duration of just over 22 days. Because of their
high fixed costs, the long-term operation of the nuclear fleet is
challenged in the current low power price environment, particularly
in regions with insufficient capacity payments and/or a ZEC program
that values low carbon emissions.

Improving Financial Position: Exgen's financial position is sound
and should improve with the implementation of the ZEC programs in
NY and IL and the planned debt reduction. After a temporary rise in
2017 to about 4x related to the tax payment financing and lower
earnings prior to a full year of ZEC payments, Fitch estimates
debt/EBITDAR will trend down to about 3x over the next several
years. The leverage measure includes about $2.55 billion of
non-recourse debt that provides additional financial flexibility
and optionality.

Key Rating Drivers for Commonwealth Edison Co.

Solid Credit Profile: ComEd's financial position is consistent with
its current ratings and Stable Outlook. A formula rate plan (FRP)
that allows for annual rate adjustments should allow ComEd to
sustain its financial position over the next few years. Fitch
estimates Debt/EBITDAR and FFO lease-adjusted leverage will average
approximately 3.5x and 4.0x, respectively, over the next few years
and FFO fixed charge coverage 6.0x, which is well positioned within
the current rating level.

Regulatory Predictability: The FRP implemented in October 2011
provides increased regulatory predictability in IL. The FRP is
filed annually and recognizes forward-looking capital additions and
includes a true-up mechanism reducing, albeit not eliminating, rate
lag. Recent legislation extended the FRP to 2022. One draw-back is
the formulaic return on equity (ROE) calculation, which in the
current low interest rate environment results in a below-average
ROE.

Constructive Rate Decision: ComEd's most recent FRP decision,
issued on Dec. 6, 2016 was supportive of ComEd's credit quality.
The company was authorized a $130.9 million revenue increase -
virtually 100% of the company's request. The 8.64% ROE used in the
proceeding is well below the industry average of about 9.6% due to
the legislative imposed ROE calculation, which is based on the
12-month average of the 30-year treasury plus a 580bp risk premium.
Based on the formulaic approach, a rising interest rate environment
will drive up the ROE in future rate proceedings with minimal lag
given the annual filings.

Rising Capex: Capex is forecasted to rise to $7.7 billion over the
four-year period 2017-2020, well above the prior four years and
about $300 million higher than the August 2016 forecast for the
same period. The overall level of expenditures is primarily driven
by the Energy Infrastructure modernization Act (EIMA), which
requires investments in system reliability and smart grid
deployment and provides for recovery through the FRP filings. A
recent increase in capex reflects provisions of the Future Energy
Jobs Act (FEJA) in IL that allows ComEd to earn a return on
energy-efficient investments. The higher capex also reflects an
increase in transmission expenditures, which are subject to credit
supportive FERC policies. Expenditures are expected to peak in 2017
at $2.2 billion and then trend down to about $1.8 billion in 2020.
The higher expenditures should also increase earnings and cash
flow.

Decoupling: The FEJA includes a provision that eliminates the
+/-50bp collar in the FRP, which effectively decouples energy usage
from revenue.

Key Rating Drivers for PECO Energy Co.

Strong Credit Profile: PECO's already strong credit ratios improved
in 2016 and are well in excess of the targets for the current
rating level. Fitch attributes the improvement, which exceeded
Fitch's expectations, to a rate increase implemented in January
2016, favorable weather and lower storm expenses. With a return to
normal weather and storm related costs and moderately rising
operating and maintenance expenses, flat sales, and rising capex,
some attrition is likely in 2017, but credit metrics are expected
to remain strong within the current rating level. Over the next few
years Fitch estimates debt/EBITDAR and FFO lease-adjusted leverage
will average approximately 3.4x and 3.7x, respectively, compared to
2.8x for both ratios in 2016.

Alternative Regulatory Model: Fitch considers the regulatory
legislation enacted in Pennsylvania in February 2012 (HB 1294) to
be supportive of credit quality. The law allows the PA Public
Utility Commission (PUC) to establish a distribution system
investment charge (DSIC) to provide timely recovery of certain
capital costs incurred to enhance electric and gas distribution
systems. Once implemented the DSIC is updated quarterly. The
legislation also allows traditional rate filings to include fully
forecasted test years, further reducing regulatory lag.

Constructive Rate Order: PECO implemented a $127 million rate
increase effective Jan. 1, 2016 following the approval of a
settlement agreement by the PUC. The increase equates to about
two-thirds of PECO's $190.1 million rate request. The settlement
agreement also includes implementation of a DSIC for the company's
electric operations, but not until eligible investments exceed the
Dec. 31, 2016 levels projected by PECO.

Demand Reduction: Pennsylvania Act 129 (Act 129) requires PA
utilities to reduce electric consumption with the companies
absorbing the associated revenue loss between rate cases. The PUC
recently approved phase III of the energy efficiency and
consumption plan requiring PECO to reduce consumption by an
additional 2% by 2021. PECO met the initial consumption reduction
targets of 1% by 2011 and 3% by May 31, 2013. Importantly, Act 129
provides a surcharge to recover implementation costs (other than
lost sales) on a timely basis.

Rising Capex: A planned rise in capex and the associated financing
and operating costs are expected to moderately weaken financial
measures. Capex is expected to aggregate $3.1 billion over the next
four years, an average of $750 million annually, which is
meaningfully higher than the $650 million of annual capex over the
past three years. The financial impact is moderated by PECO's
strong internal cash generation and the surcharge mechanism
associated with Act 129.

Key Rating Drivers for Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.

Strong Credit Metrics: BGE credit metrics are strong for the
current rating level primarily due to a series of electric and gas
base rate increases implemented over the past four years
aggregating $345 million, including electric and gas rate increases
of $92 million effective July 2016. Fitch expects credit metrics to
remain strong for the rating level with debt/EBITDAR and FFO
lease-adjusted leverage expected to average of about 3.1x and 4.0x,
respectively.

Regulatory Recovery Mechanisms: Rate adjustment mechanisms outside
of base rate cases tend to stabilize BGE's cash flow. These include
decoupling for both residential and commercial gas and electricity
sales, and purchased gas and purchased power recovery mechanisms.
In 2014, Maryland regulators approved a rider to recover gas
infrastructure improvements and have approved two subsequent
surcharges. Certain capex is also subject to tracking mechanisms,
including energy efficiency.

Recent Rate Case: In June 2016, BGE was authorized electric and gas
base rate increases aggregating $92 million or about 47% of the
company's $194 million request. The majority of the rate requests
were to recover smart grid investments the company had been
deferring since 2010. The increase was based on equity returns of
9.75% and 9.65% for the electric and gas operation, respectively.

Ring-fencing: BGE has several measures in place that ring-fence the
utility from parent EXC and affiliates. These include maintaining
separate books and records, separate credit facilities and CP
programs and allocating parent expenses according to a Cost
Allocation Manual. Also, BGE does not participate in the EXC
corporate money pool, and BGE's financings do not contain any
provisions that could result in cross defaults between BGE and
EXC.

Key Rating Drivers for Potomac Electric Power Co.

Credit Metrics: Despite avoiding rate filings during the nearly
two-year merger review period, credit quality measures, after
adjusting for non-recurring merger related costs, have been
relatively stable and generally in line with the current rating,
which Fitch attributes to reduced capex and equity support from
EXC. A rate increase implemented in Pepco's Maryland jurisdiction
in November 2016 along with a pending rate case in District of
Columbia (DC) that should be decided in July 2017 and an aggressive
rate strategy should enable Pepco to maintain a credit profile that
supports current ratings.

Exelon Merger: The 2016 acquisition of Pepco and its affiliates by
EXC provides a stronger, better capitalized parent company with far
greater financial flexibility that supports current ratings. Fitch
expects Pepco to benefit from improved operating efficiency and
lower costs as a result of the merger.

Revenue Stability: Pepco's regulated electric transmission and
distribution operations have minimal commodity, volumetric and
environmental exposure. Decoupling mechanisms that eliminate the
revenue impact of weather and energy efficiency are in effect in
both Maryland and the DC and both jurisdictions permit full
recovery of power procurement costs. The significant presence of
state and federal government customers also contributes to revenue
stability.

Ring Fencing: Pepco has several ring-fencing measures in place that
protect bondholders from the activities of its parent and
affiliates including maintaining a rolling 48% equity ratio,
maintenance of separate books and records and separate debt. In
addition, a bankruptcy remote special purpose entity (SPE) holds
100% of the equity of direct parent PHI. The Board of Directors of
the SPE has four directors, one of which is independent.

Persistent Regulatory Lag: Regulatory lag has been an on-going
issue in each of Pepco's regulatory jurisdictions. The rate lag,
which results from the reliance on historical test years with
limited forward adjustments and an extended review process,
restricts Pepco's ability to earn its authorized ROE and adversely
affects credit quality measures. The lag is particularly
troublesome during periods of high capex. Moreover, ROE
authorizations have generally been below the industry average,
particularly in Maryland.

Base Rate Increase: Pepco implemented a $52.5 million base rate
increase in MD effective November 2016. The rate increase was
roughly 50% of the company's revised request and was based on a
9.55% ROE which is generally in line with the industry average
(9.6%) and slightly below the 9.62% allowed in the company's last
rate case decided in November 2014. Given the reliance on a
historical test year (2015) and average rate base, Pepco is
unlikely to be able to earn the authorized ROE in the first year
rates are in effect.

Significant Capital Program: Capex ramps up to approximately $2.9
billion over 2017-2020, about 27% above the prior four-year outlays
of $2.3 billion. The increase is largely to improve the reliability
of the electric distribution system and to replace an aging
infrastructure. The large capex budget is particularly challenging
given the rate lag issues and relatively low authorized ROEs and
will require regular rate filings to maintain credit quality.

Rate strategy: After avoiding rate cases during the two-year review
of the EXC merger review, management plans to pursue rate cases
every 12-15 months and to pursue alternative rate-making policies
to alleviate regulatory lag.

Key Rating Drivers for Delmarva Power and Light Co.

Exelon Merger: The acquisition of DPL and its affiliates by EXC
provides a stronger, better capitalized parent company with far
greater financial flexibility that supports current ratings. Fitch
expects DPL to benefit from improved operating efficiency and lower
costs as a result of the merger.

Credit Metrics: Credit quality measures are moderately weak for the
current rating level following two-years of rate case avoidance,
but should improve as the company implements its strategy of annual
rate filings. Initially, the expected improvement will be hindered
by rate concessions agreed to as part of the merger approval
process. Fitch expects equity support from EXC to fund the rate
concessions and to maintain a balanced capital structure.

Decoupling Reduces Business Risk: In MD, which accounts for about
35% of retail electric sales, DPL operates with a Bill
Stabilization Adjustment (BSA) that reduces volumetric exposure and
stabilizes revenue. The BSA provides for a fixed distribution
charge per a customer- rather than a usage-based charge. Any
deviation from the approved charge is either recovered from or
credited to customers effectively decoupling revenue from sales.

Moderate Capex: Projected capex of $1.4 billion over the next four
years is not materially different than the prior four-year period
and projected to increase rate base by a moderate 4% annually.
Nonetheless the outlays will require a moderate level of external
funding.

Ring Fencing: DPL has several ring-fencing measures in place that
protect bondholders from the activities of its parent and
affiliates including maintaining a rolling 48% equity ratio,
maintenance of separate books and records and separate debt. In
addition, a bankruptcy-remote SPE holds 100% of the equity of
direct parent PHI. The Board of Directors of the SPE has four
directors, one of which is independent.

Rate strategy: After avoiding rate cases during the two-year review
of the EXC merger review, management plans to pursue rate cases
every 12-15 months and to pursue alternative rate-making policies
to alleviate regulatory lag.

Key Rating Drivers for Atlantic Electric Co.

Constructive Rate Settlement: Following a settlement ACE was
authorized a $45 million rate increase, or about 57% of the
company's rate request effective Aug. 24, 2016. Although the
settlement did little to address rate lag issues it did allow rates
to become effective five months after filing rather than the more
typical 12 months in New Jersey and should have a positive effect
on 2017 credit metrics.

Exelon Merger: The acquisition of ACE and its affiliates by EXC
provides a stronger, better capitalized parent company with far
greater financial flexibility that supports current ratings. Fitch
expects ACE to benefit from improved operating efficiency and lower
costs as a result of the merger.

Ring Fencing: ACE has several ring-fencing measures in place that
protect bondholders from the activities of its parent and
affiliates including maintaining a rolling 48% equity ratio,
maintenance of separate books and records and separate debt. In
addition, a bankruptcy remote special purpose entity (SPE) holds
100% of the equity of direct parent PHI. The Board of Directors of
the SPE has four directors, one of which is independent.

Rate strategy: After avoiding rate cases during the two-year review
of the EXC merger review, management plans to pursue rate cases
every 12-15 months and to pursue alternative rate-making policies
to alleviate regulatory lag.

KEY ASSUMPTIONS

-- Common stock dividend increased 2.5% annually
-- Subsidiary dividends managed to achieve last allowed equity
    ratio
-- ComEd formula rate plan remains in effect
-- Each of the PHI subsidiaries file rate cases annually; PECO
    files an electric rate increase and BGE an electric and gas
    case over the forecast period
-- FERC formula rate plan updated annually for each utility
-- ZEC plans in Illinois and New York remain in effect
-- Relatively flat sales and customer growth for each utility
-- EXC equity units remarketed in 2017 adding $1.15 of cash
    (equity)
-- Forward gas and power prices as of Dec. 31, 2016 plus existing

    hedges

RATING SENSITIVITIES
Exelon Corp.
Positive Rating Action: Positive action is unlikely over the next
few years given the current business mix and leverage, but could
occur if debt/EBITDAR is reduced below 3.5x and lease- adjusted
leverage is sustained below 4.2x.

Negative Rating Action: Negative action may be considered if FFO
lease-adjusted leverage exceeds 4.5x on a consistent basis. A
renewed emphasis on non-regulated investments could also have an
adverse effect on ratings.

Commonwealth Edison Co.
Positive Rating Action: Positive action may be considered if Fitch
were to expect debt/EBITDAR to fall below 3.4x on a consistent
basis, while FFO lease-adjusted leverage is maintained below 4.0x
and FFO fixed charge coverage above 4.7x.

Negative Rating Action: Negative action may be considered if Fitch
were to expect FFO lease-adjusted leverage to exceed 4.8x and/or
FFO fixed charge coverage to fall below 4.7x on a sustained basis.

A change in the FRP or other regulatory policies that inhibit
ComEd's ability to recover invested capital or commodity costs on a
timely basis could also lead to lower ratings.

PECO
Positive Rating Action: Positive action could be considered if
adjusted debt/EBITDAR and FFO lease-adjusted debt remains
comfortably below 3.4x and 4.0x, respectively.

Negative Rating Action: Given the headroom in existing ratings a
downgrade is not likely, but could be considered if debt/EBITDAR
and FFO lease-adjusted debt exceeded 3.7x and 4.8x, respectively,
on a consistent basis.

BGE
Positive Rating Action: Positive action may be considered if BGE is
able to maintain debt/EBITDAR and FFO lease-adjusted leverage
comfortably below 3.4x and 4.0x, respectively.

Negative Rating Action: Given the headroom in existing ratings a
downgrade is not likely, but could occur if adjusted debt/EBITDAR
and FFO lease-adjusted leverage exceed 3.7x and 4.8x on a
consistent basis.

Pepco
Positive Rating Action: Positive action is not expected in the near
term, but could occur if adjusted debt/EBITDAR falls comfortably
below 3.7x on a sustainable basis and FFO lease-adjusted leverage
is maintained below 5.0x.

Negative Rating Action: Negative action may be considered if FFO
lease-adjusted leverage is above 5.0x or FFO coverage is below 4.3x
on a consistent basis.

DPL
Positive Rating Action: Positive action is not expected in the near
term given the current level of credit protection measures, but
could occur if debt/EBITDAR fell below 3.4x on a sustainable
basis.

Negative Rating Action: Negative action may be considered if
Debt/EBITDAR and FFO lease-adjusted leverage is above 3.7x and 4.8x
and FFO fixed charge coverage fell below 4.7x on a consistent
basis.

ACE
Positive Rating Action: Positive action is not likely in the near
term, but could occur if, on a sustainable basis, debt/EBITDAR
falls comfortably below 3.7x, lease adjusted FFO lease-adjusted
leverage is below 5.0x and FFO coverage exceeds 4.5x.

Negative Rating Action: Negative action may be considered if FFO
lease-adjusted leverage is above 5.0x and FFO fixed charge coverage
below 4.3x on a consistent basis.

Exgen
Positive Rating Action: An upgrade is unlikely given the inherent
cash flow volatility of the competitive generation business.

Negative Rating Action: Negative action may be considered if
debt/EBITDAR exceeded 3.3x on a consistent basis. A renewed
emphasis on non-regulated investments could also have an adverse
effect on ratings.

Pepco Holdings
Positive Rating Action: An upgrade is unlikely given the current
financial position, but could be considered if debt/EBITDAR and FFO
lease-adjusted leverage fell below 3.7x and 5.0x, respectively.

Negative Rating Action: Negative rting action may be considered if
FFO lease-adjusted leverage exceeds 5.0x and fixed charge coverage
falls below 4.3x on a consistent basis.

LIQUIDITY

CP borrowings and committed bank credit facilities provide ample
liquidity. EXC and each of its operating subsidiaries have credit
facilities in place. EXC and its legacy subsidiaries maintain
separate credit facilities and CP programs and Pepco, DPL and ACE
share a $4,900 million facility with sub-borrowing limits for each
entity (PHI does not have a credit facility or CP program). The
syndicated credit facilities at EXC and its subsidiaries aggregate
$9 billion and support CP programs; Exgen also has a $500 million
bilateral credit agreement and each of the six operating utilities
have credit agreements with minority and community banks within
their service territories that are solely utilized to issue letters
of credit. The syndicated facilities include $600 million at EXC,
$5.3 billion at Exgen, $1 billion at ComEd and $600 million each at
both PECO and BGE, and $300 million at Pepco, DPL and ACE. The
syndicated facilities support CP programs throughout the EXC
organization.

EXC also operates a corporate money pool with subsidiaries Exgen,
PECO and PHI. EXC can lend to the money pool but not borrow from
the pool. ComEd, BGE, Pepco, DPL, and ACE are excluded from the
money pool due to ring-fencing measures.

FULL LIST OF RATING ACTIONS

Fitch has affirmed the following ratings with a Stable Outlook:

Exelon Corp.
-- IDR at 'BBB';
-- Senior unsecured debt at 'BBB';
-- Junior subordinated debt at 'BB+';
-- Short-term IDR/Commercial paper at 'F2'.

Exelon Generation Co., LLC
-- IDR at 'BBB';
-- Senior unsecured debt at 'BBB';
-- Short-term IDR/Commercial paper at 'F2'.

Commonwealth Edison Company
-- IDR at 'BBB+';
-- First mortgage bonds at 'A';
-- Senior unsecured debt at 'A-';
-- Preferred stock at 'BBB';
-- Short-term IDR/Commercial paper at 'F2'.

ComEd Financing Trust III
-- Preferred stock at 'BBB'.

PECO Energy Co.
-- IDR at 'BBB+';
-- First mortgage bonds at 'A';
-- Senior unsecured debt at 'A-';
-- Short-term IDR/Commercial paper/ at 'F2'.

PECO Energy Capital Trust III
-- Preferred stock at 'BBB'.

PECO Energy Capital Trust IV
-- Preferred stock at 'BBB'.

Baltimore Gas and Electric Company
-- IDR at 'BBB+';
-- First mortgage bonds at 'A';
-- Senior unsecured debt at 'A-';
-- Pollution Control Revenue Bonds at 'A-';
-- Preferred stock at 'BBB';
-- Short-term IDR/Commercial paper at 'F2'.

BGE Capital Trust II
-- Preferred stock at 'BBB'.

Pepco Holdings LLC
-- IDR at 'BBB';
-- Senior unsecured notes at 'BBB';

Potomac Electric Power Company
-- IDR at 'BBB';
-- Secured debt at 'A-';
-- Short-term IDR/commercial paper at 'F2'.

Delmarva Power & Light Co.
-- IDR at 'BBB+';
-- Secured debt and PCRBs at 'A';
-- Senior unsecured notes at 'A-';
-- Short-term IDR/commercial paper at 'F2'.

Atlantic City Electric Company
-- IDR at 'BBB';
-- Secured debt at 'A-';
-- Senior unsecured notes at 'BBB+';
-- Short-term IDR/commercial paper at 'F2'.

Fitch has withdrawn the following ratings:

Pepco Holdings LLC.

-- Short-term IDR/commercial paper.


FARMACIA SAN JUSTO: Unsecureds to be Paid 45% Under Latest Plan
---------------------------------------------------------------
Unsecured creditors of Farmacia San Justo Inc. will be paid 45% of
their claims under the company's latest plan to exit Chapter 11
protection.

Under the latest restructuring plan, holders of Class 3 general
unsecured claims of $4,000 or less will be paid 45% of their claims
on the effective date of the plan.

Meanwhile, holders of Class 3 general unsecured claims in excess of
$4,000 will be paid 45% of their claims through 72 equal monthly
installments of $6,985.88.  Payments will start on the 30th day of
the month following the effective date of the plan.

Farmacia San Justo's original plan had proposed to pay general
unsecured creditors 30% of their claims.

The latest plan also proposes to pay Oriental Bank 83% of its Class
1 claim in the amount of $181,718.66, and set aside $46,443 to pay
administrative expense claims, according to Farmacia San Justo's
latest disclosure statement filed on March 16 with the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court in Puerto Rico.

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

                    About Farmacia San Justo

Farmacia San Justo, Inc., based in Saint Just, PR, filed a Chapter
11 petition (Bankr. D.P.R. Case No. 16-05624) on July 14, 2016.
The petition was signed by Hector O. Rodriguez, president.

The Debtor tapped Charles Alfred Cuprill, Esq., at Charles A
Cuprill, PSC Law Office, as bankruptcy counsel, and Luis R.
Carrasquillo & Co., P.S.C. as financial consultant.

In its petition, the Debtor estimated $0 to $1.30 million in both
assets and liabilities.

The Debtor filed a Chapter 11 plan of reorganization on January 10,
2017, and a disclosure statement on January 18, 2017.


FASHION'S LITTLE: Needs Authorization for Cash Collateral Use
-------------------------------------------------------------
Fashions Little Helpers Corporation requests the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the District of Arizona for authorization to use cash
collateral.

The Debtor generates cash by selling fashion merchandise online,
and as of the Petition Date, the Debtor has approximately $50,548
in its checking accounts.  The Debtor contends that the proceeds of
its inventory represent all of the income available for Debtor's
business operations.

As such, the Debtor seeks permission to use the cash collateral to
pay employee wages, sell and purchase new inventory, and otherwise
remain in business. The Debtor proposes to deposit into its DIP
account proceeds from the sale of its inventory to purchase new
inventory, pay operating expenses, and remain in business.

The Debtor also contends that it has moved its principal assets
from a warehouse located at 3245 N. Arizona Ave. Ste. 5, Chandler,
AZ 85225 to a storage unit at 1625 S. Arizona Ave Unit F-8,
Chandler, AZ 85286. The Debtor further contends that the move took
substantial time and effort and will result in a monthly savings of
not less than $5,000 in operating expenses. With the move behind
it, Debtor is prepared to resume its sales operations, including
restructuring its listings and resuming online sales, and therefore
requires the Court's authority to utilize cash collateral

The Debtor has obtained a Small Business Administration Loan from
lender Compass Bank, secured by a note and a security agreement
executed by Rachel Perez, in her capacity as President of Debtor.
The current outstanding principal on this loan is approximately
$544,721.

The Debtor has obtained a loan from Amazon Capital Services, Inc.,
however, it is unknown at this
time whether a lien has been properly perfected. The Debtor
believes the outstanding balance on this loan is approximately
$184,000.

The Debtor proposes to provide a replacement lien to Compass Bank
and Amazon Capital covering the cash collateral.  The Replacement
Lien will have the same priority and validity as the prepetition
lien as to which it relates, and will be capped at the value of the
cash collateral as of the Petition Date.

In addition, the Debtor will continue to pay Compass Bank and
Amazon Capital interest only on the loans, consisting of
approximately $2,000 per month and $1,978 per month, respectively.

A full-text copy of the Debtor's Motion, dated March 13, 2017, is
available at http://tinyurl.com/k2qsy7r

            About Fashions Little Helpers Corporation

Chandler, Arizona-based Fashions Little Helpers Corporation, d/b/a
Fashions Little Helpers Inc., d/b/a Fashion's Little Helpers
Corporation, operates an online retail business that sells fashion
merchandise, including headwear, shawls, gloves, and clothing.  It
has one full-time employee, Rachel Perez, the CEO, Director, and
President.

Fashions Little filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D. Ariz. Case
No. 17-00945) on Jan. 31, 2017.  The petition was signed by Rachel
Perez, president/CEO/director.  The case is assigned to Judge Scott
H. Gan.  The Debtor estimated assets at $50,000 to $100,000 and
liabilities at $1 million to $10 million at the time of the
filing.

The Debtor is represented by Olga Zlotnik, Esq., at the Law Office
of Olga Zlotnik, PLLC.  

The Office of the U.S. Trustee on March 14, 2017, disclosed in a
court filing that no official committee of unsecured creditors has
been appointed in the Chapter 11 case.


FINJAN HOLDINGS: Gets 3 Favorable Final Written PTAB Decisions
--------------------------------------------------------------
Finjan Holdings, Inc. announced that on March 16 and 17, 2017, the
Patent Trial and Appeal Board for the United States Patent &
Trademark Office ruled against Palo Alto Networks, Inc. petitions
for three Inter Partes Reviews.  Case No. IPR2015-01974 challenged
Finjan's U.S. Patent 7,647,633 and Case Nos. IPR2015-02001 and
IPR2016-00157 challenged Finjan's U.S. Patent 8,225,408.  Blue Coat
Systems, Inc. joined all three of these petitions so these PTAB
decisions apply to its challenges as well.

In IPR2015-01974, the PTAB instituted a review on only two of the
twelve challenged claims against the '633 Patent and, as a whole,
found all challenged claims valid and patentable.  In IPR2015-02001
and IPR2016-00157, the PTAB consolidated the petitions and
instituted a review on twenty claims of the '408 Patent and, once
again, found all challenged claims to be both valid and
patentable.

Summary of IPRs Instituted
--------------------------

Patent and
Case Number     Petitioner                Decision
-----------     ----------                --------
U.S. Patent     PANW joined by Symantec   Not unpatentable
No. 8,141,154                             (no changes)
IPR-2015-01892

U.S. Patent     PANW joined by Symantec   Not unpatentable
No. 8,141,154                             (no changes)
IPR2016-00151

U.S. Patent     Symantec joined by        Partially Denied/
No. 8,677,494   Blue Coat                 Partially Granted
IPR2015-01892                             (1 method claim
                                           unpatentable)

US Patent       PANW joined by Blue Coat  Not unpatentable
No. 7,647,633                             (no changes)
IPR2015-01974

US Patent       PANW joined by Blue Coat  Not unpatentable
No. 8,225,408                            (no changes)
IPR2015-02001

US Patent       PANW joined by Blue Coat  Not unpatentable
No. 8,225,408                             (No changes)
IPR2016-00157

US Patent       PANW joined by Blue Coat  Pending
No. 8,677,494
IPR2016-00159

Finjan has pending district court actions or appeals against Palo
Alto Networks, Inc., Symantec Corporation, Blue Coat Systems, Inc.,
FireEye, Inc., Sophos, Inc., ESET and its affiliates, Cisco
Systems, Inc., and Avast Software, relating to, collectively, more
than 20 patents in the Finjan portfolio.  The court dockets for the
foregoing cases are publicly available on the Public Access to
Court Electronic Records (PACER) website, www.pacer.gov, which is
operated by the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts.

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

                     https://is.gd/38LDd0

                          About Finjan

Finjan, formerly known as Converted Organics, is an online security
and technology company which owns a portfolio of patents,
related to software that proactively detects malicious code and
thereby protects end-users from identity and data theft, spyware,
malware, phishing, trojans and other online threats.  Founded in
1997, Finjan is one of the first companies to develop and patent
technology and software that is capable of detecting previously
unknown and emerging threats on a real-time, behavior-based basis,
in contrast to signature-based methods of intercepting only known
threats to computers, which were previously standard in the online
security industry.

Finjan Holdings reported a net loss of $12.6 million in 2015, a
net loss of $10.5 million in 2014 and a net loss of $6.07 million
in 2013.  As of Sept. 30, 2016, Finjan had $15.04 million in total
assets, $4.57 million in total liabilities, $13.68 million in
redeemable preferred stock and $3.22 million in stockholders'
deficit.


FINJAN HOLDINGS: Gets Three Favorable Final Written PTAB Decisions
------------------------------------------------------------------
Finjan Holdings, Inc., announced that on March 15, 2017, the Patent
Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) for the United States Patent &
Trademark Office (USPTO) denied two of Palo Alto Networks, Inc.
petitions for the Inter Partes Review (IPRs, Case Nos.
IPR2015-01892 and IPR2016-00151).  Both PAN petitions challenged
the validity of Finjan's U.S. Patent No. 8,141,154 (the "'154
Patent").  Symantec Corporation later joined PAN's petitions so the
PTAB's decisions apply to Symantec's challenge as well.  The PTAB
also issued a Final Written Decision on Symantec's petition for IPR
(Case No. IPR2015-01892), challenging Finjan's U.S. Patent No.
8,677,494 (the "'494 Patent"), and which also applies against Blue
Coat Systems, Inc., since it joined Symantec's petition.

In the three Decisions, the PTAB instituted a review of prior art
on a total of 31 patent claims across the '154 and '494 Patents.
Specifically, in the two IPRs against the '154 Patent, the PTAB
found all claims patentable.  In the IPR against the '494 Patent,
the PTAB determined five of eight claims were patentable, including
all the system claims.

"Not only do the PTAB's Decisions have no material impact on
Finjan's District Court matters against Palo Alto Networks,
Symantec, Blue Coat or any other defendant, we believe they
bolstered Finjan's infringement claims against these parties," said
Julie Mar-Spinola, Chief IP Officer of Finjan Holdings. "Having
endured over 60 IPR challenges, these recent Decisions reinforce
the validity, enforceability, and value of Finjan's patent
portfolio."

Finjan has pending district court actions or appeals against Palo
Alto Networks, Inc., Symantec Corporation, Blue Coat Systems, Inc.,
FireEye, Inc., Sophos, Inc., ESET and its affiliates, Cisco
Systems, Inc., and Avast Software, relating to, collectively, more
than 20 patents in the Finjan portfolio.  The court dockets for the
foregoing cases are publicly available on the Public Access to
Court Electronic Records (PACER) website, www.pacer.gov, which is
operated by the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts.

                        About Finjan

Finjan, formerly known as Converted Organics, is a leading online
security and technology company which owns a portfolio of patents,
related to software that proactively detects malicious code and
thereby protects end-users from identity and data theft, spyware,
malware, phishing, trojans and other online threats.  Founded in
1997, Finjan is one of the first companies to develop and patent
technology and software that is capable of detecting previously
unknown and emerging threats on a real-time, behavior-based basis,
in contrast to signature-based methods of intercepting only known
threats to computers, which were previously standard in the online
security industry.  For more information, please visit
www.finjan.com.

Finjan Holdings reported a net loss of $12.6 million in 2015, a
net loss of $10.5 million in 2014 and a net loss of $6.07 million
in 2013.  As of Sept. 30, 2016, Finjan had $15.04 million in total
assets, $4.57 million in total liabilities, $13.68 million in
redeemable preferred stock and $3.22 million in stockholders'
deficit.


FINJAN HOLDINGS: To Host Year-End Shareholder Update Call
---------------------------------------------------------
Finjan Holdings, Inc. will host a shareholder update call to
discuss its fourth quarter and fiscal year-end 2016 results along
with its focus on other strategic objectives on Tuesday, March 28,
2017, at 1:30 p.m. Pacific Time/4:30 p.m. Eastern Time.

Analysts, investors, and other interested parties may access the
conference call by dialing 1-855-327-6837.  International callers
can access the call by dialing 1-631-891-4304.  An archived audio
replay of the conference call will be available for 2 weeks
beginning at 4:30 pm Pacific Time on March 28, 2017, and can be
accessed by dialing 1-844-512-2921 and providing access code
10002647.  International callers can access the replay by dialing
1-412-317-6671.  The call will also be archived on Finjan's
investor relations website.

                        About Finjan

Finjan, formerly known as Converted Organics, is an online security
and technology company which owns a portfolio of patents,
related to software that proactively detects malicious code and
thereby protects end-users from identity and data theft, spyware,
malware, phishing, trojans and other online threats.  Founded in
1997, Finjan is one of the first companies to develop and patent
technology and software that is capable of detecting previously
unknown and emerging threats on a real-time, behavior-based basis,
in contrast to signature-based methods of intercepting only known
threats to computers, which were previously standard in the online
security industry.

Finjan Holdings reported a net loss of $12.6 million in 2015, a
net loss of $10.5 million in 2014 and a net loss of $6.07 million
in 2013.  As of Sept. 30, 2016, Finjan had $15.04 million in total
assets, $4.57 million in total liabilities, $13.68 million in
redeemable preferred stock and $3.22 million in stockholders'
deficit.


FIRST WIVES: Seeks to Hire Hunt Jackson as Accountant
-----------------------------------------------------
First Wives Entertainment Limited Liability seeks approval from the
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York to hire
an accountant.

The Debtor proposes to hire Hunt Jackson PLLC to give advice on the
development of a bankruptcy plan focusing on tax-related aspects,
and provide other tax-related services.

The hourly rates charged by the firm are:

     Scott Hunt          $300
     James Jackson       $300
     Mark Canton         $200
     Theresa Wilhite     $165
     Manider Bassi       $125
     Support Staff        $50

Scott Hunt, a certified public accountant employed with Hunt
Jackson, 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:

     Scott Hunt
     Hunt Jackson PLLC
     4123 California Avenue SW, Suite 101
     Seattle, WA 98116
     Phone: 206-932-1314

                About First Wives Entertainment

First Wives Entertainment Limited Liability Company is the holder
of the underlying rights to, and the vehicle through which First
Wives Club, the iconic movie, is being developed as a musical for
the Broadway and global stage, as well as for associated marketing
and merchandising.

On May 5, 2016, Aruba Productions LLC, Arnold Venture Fund L.P. and
Edward H. Arnold filed an involuntary petition under Chapter 7 of
the Bankruptcy Code against First Wives Entertainment Limited
Liability Company. The Chapter 7 case was converted to a voluntary
case under Chapter 11 (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. Case No. 16-11345) on August
23, 2016.

Allen G. Kadish, Esq. at DiConza Traurig Kadish LLP serves as legal
counsel to the Debtor; Tarn Sublett as financial advisor; and Carol
S. Mann of Mann Solutions Group LLC as chief restructuring
advisor.

No official committee of unsecured creditors, trustee or examiner
has been appointed in the case.


FLY NATION: Wants Authorization for Cash Collateral Use
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Fly Nation, Inc., seeks authority from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
for the Northern District of Georgia to use cash collateral.

The Debtor intends to use cash collateral to pay its expenses and
other expenditures, as established pursuant to the Budget, that are
necessary to avoid immediate and irreparable harm to its estate.
The proposed Budget for March through August 2017 projects total
operating expenses of approximately $46,400 per month.

Secured Lender Solutions, LLC, asserts a blanket lien on the
Debtor's assets.  Forward Financing, LLC, also asserts a security
interest in various collateral including, future receivables.  In
addition, Zoomli asserts a security interest in various collateral
including, accounts and cash.

The Debtor proposes to grant Secured Lender Solutions, Forward
Financing, and Zoomli a valid, attached, choate, enforceable,
perfected and continuing security interest in, and liens upon all
postpetition assets, including, without limitation, inventory and
accounts of the Debtor of the same character, type, nature, extent
and validity as their respective liens and encumbrances attached to
the Debtor's assets prepetition.

The Debtor will also grant Secured Lender Solutions, Forward
Financing, and Zoomli a super-priority administrative claims with
priority over all administrative expense claims and unsecured
claims for the amount by which the adequate protection afforded for
the Debtor's use of cash collateral proves to be inadequate.

A full-text copy of the Debtor's Motion, dated March 15, 2017, is
available at https://is.gd/YDHV1K

Secured Lending Solutions, LLC, can be reached through:

          Jim Hunt, Esq.
          In-House Counsel
          c/o Corporation Service Company
          801 Adial Stevenson Drive
          Springfield, IL 62703
          Fax: 216-865-9720
          E-mail: sprfiling@cscinfo.com

Forward Financing, LLC, can be reached at:

          c/o Corporation Service Company
          801 Adial Stevenson Drive
          Springfield, IL 62703
          E-mail: sprffiling@cscinfo.com

                   About Fly Nation, Inc.

Fly Nation, Inc., is a Georgia corporation and its primary place of
business is located at 2221 Faulkner Road, Atlanta, Georgia. The
Debtor is an online retailer of swimsuits and related accessories.
Justina McKee is the owner and president.

Fly Nation, Inc. filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition (Bankr.
N.D. Ga. Case No. 17-52456) on Feb. 7, 2017.  The petition was
signed by Justina McKee, President/Owner.  The Debtor is
represented by M. Denise Dotson, Esq., at M. Denise Dotson, LLC.
At the time of filing, the Debtor had less than$50,000 in estimated
assets and $100,000 to $500,000 in estimated liabilities.

An official committee of unsecured creditors has not yet been
appointed in the Chapter 11 case of Fly Nation, Inc. as of March
15, 2017.


FORMOSA PLANTATION: Rives Buying Tensas Parish Property for $100K
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Formosa Plantation, LLC, asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Eastern District of Louisiana to authorize the sale of certain
timber located on a tract of land located in Tensas Parish,
Louisiana, to Rives and Reynolds Lumber Co., Inc., for $100,000

The Debtor holds titles to a certain parcels of real estate
totaling in excess of 500 acres located Tensas Parish, Louisiana
("Property").  There is a considerable amount of old growth timber
located on the Property.

The mortgage and conveyance records of Tensas Parish, Louisiana
indicate that the Property is encumbered by a first position
mortgage in favor of Louisiana Federal Land Bank Association, FLCA
as security for certain obligations of the Debtor, and a purported
second position mortgage in favor of South Lafourche Bank & Trust
Co. ("SLB").  However, the mortgage of SLB against the Property is
subject to avoidance for those reasons set forth in Adversary
Proceeding No. 17-01001 pending before the Court.

The multiple indebtedness mortgage in favor of Land Bank includes a
grant of security interest in "all crops, timber, and minerals
located on the Property."  The Land Bank Mortgage secures payment
of amounts due pursuant to certain Promissory Notes dated May 16,
2006 and Aug. 22, 2008 which provide for monthly payments
respectively of $1,141 and $1,378 ("Land Bank Notes").  Upon
information and belief, as of the Petition Date the outstanding
balance owed on the Land Bank Notes was approximately $375,944 and
the total past due balance was $7,762.  The purported mortgage in
favor of SLB does not grant a security interest in the Timber and
SLB has not filed any UCC-1F with respect to the Timber.

Prior to the Petition Date, the Debtor and its principals made
efforts to market and sell the Timber.  Additionally, the
principals of the Debtor engaged Flashpoint Agency, LLC and Steven
Jasmin to assist them in connection with same and other financial
planning and advice.  After the Petition Date and as result of the
efforts of Flashpoint Agency, LLC and Timberland Services, LLC, the
Debtor entered into the Purchase Agreement.

The Purchase Agreement provides for the sale of the Timber in
exchange for an advance deposit of $100,000 and payment for the
timber on a periodic basis at these rates:

          a. Red Oak at $350 per thousand board feet
          b. Ash at $350 per thousand board feet
          c. Pecan at $185 per thousand board feet
          d. White Oak at $250 per thousand board feet

Additionally, the Purchase Agreement provides that the Purchaser
will have 18 months from the execution of the Purchase Agreement to
cut and remove all timber sold and conveyed pursuant thereto.  The
Purchase Agreement also provides for the payment of a 10%
commission to Timberland Services and a 1% commission to Flashpoint
Agency from the payments to Debtor pursuant to the Purchase
Agreement.  The Debtor submits that the proposed Commissions are
standard and customary in similar transactions and are otherwise
reasonable under the circumstances.

Based on the Purchase Agreement, the Debtor seeks authority, nunc
pro tunc to the Petition Date, to employ Timberland Services as
broker and Flashpoint Agency as agent to procure and submit to the
Debtor offers to purchase the Timber.  The Debtor believes and
alleges that the employment of the Timberland Services and
Flashpoint Agency on the terms and conditions provided in the
Purchase Agreement is in the best interests of the Debtor and its
estate.  Accordingly, the Debtor asks that the Court grants
authority, nunc pro tunc, authorizing the execution of the Purchase
Agreement and employment of Timberland Services and Flashpoint
Agency, and authorizing the payment of the Commissions from the
proceeds of the proposed sale of the Timber.

On March 2, 2017, the Debtor entered into and executed the Purchase
Agreement with the Purchaser, subject to Court approval.

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

      http://bankrupt.com/misc/Formosa_Plantation_76_Sales.pdf

The Debtor proposes that 40% of the gross proceeds of the advance
deposit will be applied first in satisfaction of all prepetition
and postpetition past due amounts (approximately $23,285) and then
the remainder (approximately $16,715) deposited into an
interest-bearing escrow account with land Bank for payment of 6
months of interest and principal due pursuant to the Land Bank
Notes.  Furthermore, up to 40% of all subsequent net proceeds paid
pursuant to the Purchase Agreement will be used to replenish the
escrow account to such amount necessary to pay 6 months' interest
and principal on the Land Bank Notes (approximately $15,115).
Additionally, the Land Bank should be granted adequate protection
for the use and diminution of cash collateral by the granting of
replacement lien and super-priority administrative claim.

The Debtor has determined in their sound business judgment that the
sale of the Property on the terms and conditions set forth in the
Purchase Agreement is fair and reasonable and in the best interest
of the Debtor's estate, its creditors, and all parties in interest
in the Debtor's Chapter 11 case.  Accordingly, the Debtor asks
authority from the Court to sell the Timber and to use a portion of
the proceeds thereto maintain its business operations and protect
its ability to reorganize in accordance with Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code.  Additionally, the Debtor asks approval of the
establishment of an escrow account and granting of a replacement
lien and super-priority administrative claim in favor of Land Bank
as adequate protection for the use of and diminution of Land Bank's
cash collateral.

The Debtor asks that the Court directs that the Order approving the
Motion will not be automatically stayed for 14 days.

The Purchaser can be reached at:

          RIVES AND REYNOLDS LUMBER CO., INC.
          33 Vaughn Drive
          Natchez, MS 39120

                 About Formosa Plantation

Formosa Plantation, LLC, based in Cut Off, La., filed a Chapter 11
petition (Bankr. E.D. La. Case No. 16-12645) on Oct. 26, 2016.
The
petition was signed by Anthony J. Guilbeau, Jr., member.  Judge
Elizabeth W. Magner presides over the case.  In its petition, the
Debtor estimated $1 million to $10 million in both assets and
liabilities.  

The Debtor is represented by Christopher T. Caplinger, Esq., at
Lugenbuhl, Wheaton, Peck, Rankin & Hubbard.  The Debtor tapped
Alan
H. Goodman, Esq. at Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson LLP as its special
counsel, and Mitchell C. Compeaux, CPA as accountant.


FOUR DIA: Hires Brian Depalma as Expert Witness
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Four Dia, LLC seeks authorization from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
for the Northern District of Texas to employ Brian Depalma as
expert witness.

The Debtor anticipates that its lender, CapitalSpring SBLC, will
file papers opposing the Debtor's proposed plan of reorganization.
The Debtor has retained a financial consultant who is well-versed
in the Debtor’s expenses and who will testify as to the Debtor's
finances but the Debtor believes that the Court may value an
additional opinion at the confirmation hearing provided by an
expert who has specific and considerable experience in
hotel-related expenses, revenues, and other financial trends.  The
Debtor requires DePalma to provide services that will be necessary
during this chapter 11 case.

DePalma intends to charge the Debtor an hourly rate of $200 per
hour for his study and testimony in this case.

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

Brian DePalma, President and CEO of DePalma Hotels and Resorts,
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 Debtor and its estates.

DePalma may be reached at:

       Brian DePalma
       DePalma Hotels and Resorts
       700 Highlander Blvd., Suite 400
       Arlington, TX 76015
       Phone: (817) 557-1811  
       Fax: (817) 557-4333
       E-mail: bdepalma@depalmahotels.com

                        About Four Dia

Four Dia, LLC, filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. N.D. Tex. Case
No. 16-33459-11) on Sept. 2, 2016.  The petition was signed by
Sagar Ghandi, vice president.  The Debtor is represented by Russell
W. Mills, Esq., at Hiersche, Hayward, Drakeley & Urbach, P.C.  The
case is assigned to Judge Harlin DeWayne Hale.  The Debtor
estimated assets and liabilities at $1 million to $10 million at
the time of the filing.

Four Dia, a Texas limited liability company, operates a 62-room
hotel located at 5750 Sherwood Way in San Angelo, Texas, which is
operated under a Wyndham Hotel Group franchise.  Four Dia employs
approximately 16 persons on a full or part-time basis.



GAGAN OIL LLC: Allowed to Use Cash Collateral on Interim Basis
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Judge Michael B. Kaplan of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of New Jersey authorized Gagan Oil, LLC, to use cash
collateral on an interim basis.

Judge Kaplan acknowledged the Debtor's need to use cash collateral
in order to meet its ordinary cash needs for the payment of actual
expenses necessary to maintain and preserve its assets, and
continue the operation of its business by paying quarterly fees to
the United States Trustee and paying necessary operating expenses
in the ordinary course, including without limitation, inventory
purchases, employee payroll, taxes, insurance, as reflected in the
Debtor's Cash Flow Projections.

American Express claims a debt owed to it by the Debtor, secured by
a collateral which constitutes cash collateral of the Debtor.

As adequate protection for use of cash collateral, AmEx is granted
a replacement perfected security interest to the extent that cash
collateral will be used by the Debtor, and to the extent and with
the same priority in the Debtor's postpetition collateral, and
proceeds thereof, that Amex held in the Debtor's prepetition
collateral.

A full-text copy of the Interim Order, dated March 13, 2017, is
available at https://is.gd/Ga5j7L

Gagan Oil, LLC is represented by:

          Timothy P. Neumann, Esq.
          Broege, Neumann, Fischer & Shaver, LLC
          25 Abe Voorhees Drive
          Manasquan, New Jersey 08736
          Phone: (732) 223-8484
          E-mail: tneumann@bnfsbankruptcy.com

                        About Gagan Oil, LLC

Gagan Oil, LLC filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D.N.J. Case No.
17-11895) on Jan. 31, 2017.  The case is assigned to Judge Michael
B. Kaplan.  The Debtor is represented by Timothy P. Neumann, Esq.
at Broege, Neumann, Fischer & Shaver, LLC.


GANDER MOUNTAIN: Tiger, Great American to Handle Liquidation Sales
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Tiger Capital Group and Great American Group have been chosen to
assist outdoor specialty retailer Gander Mountain in the closure of
32 under-performing locations across the United States.

The St. Paul, Minn.-based retailer, which filed for Chapter 11
bankruptcy protection on March 10 in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for
the District of Minnesota, received court approval to launch the
liquidation sales while pursuing a going-concern sale of its
remaining assets.  The liquidation sales in the 32 closing
locations were scheduled to begin on Thursday, March 23, with
inventories valued at approximately $100 million.

"For outdoor enthusiasts, these 32 store-closing sales represent an
extraordinary opportunity to find an amazing array of brand-name
merchandise at significant discounts," said Michael McGrail, COO of
Tiger Capital Group.  "Outdoor sportsmen and women will not want to
miss these historic sales."

"Gander Mountain is well-known for carrying today's most
sought-after brands," said Scott Carpenter, President of GA's
Retail Solutions division.  "Many of these brands are rarely, if
ever, discounted, so shoppers will want to come in early to take
advantage of these sales while selection lasts."

Brands offered during the liquidation sales include Under Armour,
Yeti, The North Face, Coleman, GoPro, Shimano, Columbia, Guide
Series, GSX, Carhartt, Merrell, Keen, New Balance, Reebok and
Rocky, to name a few.  Categories include shooting sports, hunting,
fishing, camping, marine, apparel, footwear and outdoor lifestyle.

Furniture, fixtures and equipment will also be on sale as part of
the liquidation event.

Stores are continuing to honor Gander Mountain gift cards.  The
liquidation sales will end when all merchandise has been sold.  

A full listing of Gander Mountain stores slated for closure is
available at https://is.gd/Xsp925

                      About Gander Mountain

Gander Mountain Company operates outdoor specialty stores dedicated
for shooting sports, hunting, fishing, camping, marine, apparel,
footwear, and outdoor lifestyle products.  Its subsidiary
Overton's, Inc. is a catalog and internet retailer of products for
the recreational boater and other water sports enthusiasts at
http://www.Overtons.com/

Gander Mountain and Overton's sought protection under Chapter 11 of
the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Minn. Case Nos. 17-30673 and
17-30675) on March 10, 2017.  The petitions were signed by Timothy
Becker, Executive VP of Lighthouse Management Group, Inc., as CRO.

The cases are assigned to Judge Michael E. Ridgway.

At the time of the filing, the Debtor estimated its assets and
debts at $500 million to $1 billion.  

The Debtors' advisors in the restructuring are Fredrikson & Byron,
PA, which serves as legal counsel; Lighthouse Management Group,
chief restructuring officer; Hilco Real Estate LLC, real estate
advisor; and Faegre Baker Daniels LLP, special corporate counsel.
Donlin, Recano & Company Inc. is the Debtors' claims, noticing and
balloting agent.

On March 13, 2017, the Office of the U.S. Trustee appointed an
official committee of unsecured creditors.


GANDER MOUNTAIN: Wants to Obtain DIP Financing, Use Cash Collateral
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Gander Mountain Co., and Overton's, Inc., ask the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the District of Minnesota to authorize them to obtain DIP
financing and use of cash collateral on an interim basis to ensure
their continued operations during their bankruptcy cases as they
implement a sale process.

Judge Robert J. Kressel was slated to convene an expedited hearing
and on the portion of the Motion seeking an interim order on March
14, 2017.  Judge Michael E. Ridgway will convene a hearing on the
portion of the Motion seeking a final order will be held on April
6, 2017 at 9:00 a.m.  Given the expedited nature of the relief
sought with respect to the portion of the Motion seeking an interim
order, the Debtors do not object to written responses being served
and filed two hours prior to the hearing.  Any response to the
Motion for a final order must be filed not later than March 31,
2017.

The petitions commencing the Debtors' chapter 11 cases were filed
on March 10, 2017.  The Debtors have filed, contemporaneously with
the Motion, a motion requesting joint administration of their
chapter 11 cases pursuant to Bankruptcy Rule 1015(b).

As of the Petition Date, the Debtors owe a total of approximately
$424,500,000 in principal plus accrued interest on the Prepetition
Secured Obligations.

As of the Petition Date, the Debtors had outstanding secured debt
to various lenders pursuant to that certain Credit Agreement dated
as of April 11, 2011 ("Prepetition ABL Credit Documents"), by and
among (a) the Lead Borrower, (b) the other Borrowers party thereto
from time to time, (c) the Guarantors party thereto from time to
time, (d) Wells Fargo Bank, National Association, as administrative
agent and collateral agent ("Prepetition ABL Agent") for its own
benefit and the benefit of the other Credit Parties, and (e) the
Lenders from time to time party thereto ("Prepetition ABL
Creditors").

As of March 9, 2017, the aggregate outstanding principal amount
owed by the Debtors under the Prepetition ABL Credit Documents was
not less than $389,570,718, consisting of Tranche A revolving
credit loans in the outstanding principal amount of $359,557,399,
Tranche A-1 revolving credit loans in the outstanding principal
amount of $26,897,593 and issued and outstanding letters of credit
in the amount of $3,115,726 ("Prepetition ABL Obligations").

As of the Petition Date, the Debtors also had outstanding secured
debt to various lenders pursuant to that certain Term Loan Credit
Agreement dated as of June 17, 2015 ("Prepetition Term Loan
Documents"), by and among (a) the Lead Borrower, (b) the other
Borrowers party thereto from time to time, (c) the Guarantors party
thereto from time to time, (d) Pathlight Capital LLC, as
administrative agent and collateral agent ("Prepetition Term Loan
Creditors").

As of the Petition Date, the aggregate outstanding principal amount
owed by the Debtors under the Prepetition Term Loan Documents was
not less than $35,000,000 ("Prepetition Secured Obligations").

Prior to the Petition Date, the Debtors granted security interests
in and liens on substantially all personal property of the Debtors,
including, without limitation, accounts, inventory, equipment, and
general intangibles ("Prepetition Collateral") to the Prepetition
ABL Agent and the Prepetition Term Loan Agent ("Prepetition Senior
Liens") to secure repayment of the Prepetition Secured Obligations.
Pursuant to that certain Intercreditor Agreement dated as of June
17, 2015 ("Intercreditor Agreement") by and between the Prepetition
ABL Agent and the Prepetition Term Loan Agent, the Prepetition ABL
Agent and the Prepetition Term Loan Agent have agreed on the
respective rights, interests, obligations, priority, and positions
of the Prepetition Secured Creditors with respect to the
Prepetition Collateral.  

During fiscal 2013 and 2014, the Company also entered into a series
of Equipment/Fixture Financing Notes ("EFNs") under the terms of a
Master Loan Agreement, dated as of July 26, 2013 ("EFN Master
Agreement"), with U.S. Bank Equipment Finance, a division of U.S.
Bank National Association.  The EFNs generally carry fixed interest
rates ranging from 2.6% to 3.84%, mature in 4 years from the date
of issue, and require monthly payments of interest and principal.
As of the Petition Date, the Company owed approximately $17,746,631
in principal plus accrued and unpaid interest on the EFNs.

Other than the Prepetition ABL Facility, the Prepetition Term Loan
Facility, and the EFN Master Agreement, the Debtors do not have any
material secured debt.  

The Prepetition Senior Liens have priority over any and all other
liens, if any, on the Prepetition Collateral, subject only to
certain other liens otherwise permitted by the Prepetition Credit
Documents and otherwise had priority over any and all other liens
on the Prepetition Collateral.

As of the Petition Date, the value of the Prepetition Collateral
securing the Prepetition Secured Obligations exceeded the amount of
those obligations, and accordingly the Prepetition Secured
Obligations are allowed secured claims, together with accrued and
unpaid and accruing interest, fees, costs and other charges, and
further including the Prepetition ABL Indemnity Reserve and
Prepetition Term Loan Indemnity Reserve.

All of the Debtors' cash constitute Cash Collateral and is
Prepetition Collateral of the Prepetition Secured Creditors.  By
virtue of filing petitions for relief under title 11, the Debtors
are in default under each of the Prepetition ABL Documents and the
Prepetition Term Loan Documents.

The Debtors have analyzed whether they could finance their
operations during the case using only the Cash Collateral and have
concluded that DIP Financing is necessary for a number of reasons.
Accordingly, if approved, the DIP Financing will preserve and
enhance the value of the Debtors' estates and, as such, entry into
the DIP Financing is a sound exercise of the Debtors' business
judgment.

The Debtors sought but did not receive any alternative DIP lending
proposals.

Recognizing the Debtors' need for financing, and in consultation
with its advisors, the Debtors negotiated with the DIP Agent
regarding the terms of potential DIP financing.  As the result of
good faith, arm's-length negotiations, the DIP Lenders have agreed
to extend up to $452,000,000 of postpetition financing to roll up
the Prepetition ABL Loan on a "creeping" basis and provide the
Debtors with operating capital.

The Debtors need access to the Cash Collateral and DIP Financing
to, among other things, (a) purchase goods from and make payments
to vendors on a current basis post-petition; (b) continue to pay
employees; and (c) pay ordinary operating expenses, such as rent,
utilities, taxes and fees.  The Debtors' cash needs are set forth
on the Approved Budget.

The Budget contemplates these cash receipts and disbursements:

          Week Of     Total Cash Receipts  Total Disbursements
          ------      -------------------  -------------------
          3/18/17         $19,347,974         $10,794,718
          3/25/17         $19,564,650         $28,040,222
          4/01/17         $20,887,094         $14,398,487
          4/08/17         $22,785,132         $30,370,465
          4/15/17         $26,004,386         $17,941,823
          4/22/17         $25,195,903         $25,114,956
          4/29/17         $25,632,423         $14,295,157
          5/06/17         $26,052,951         $31,556,964
          5/13/17         $25,379,103         $13,247,453
          5/20/17         $26,117,621         $21,178,639
          5/27/17         $25,320,665         $18,858,196
          6/03/17         $27,677,779         $24,647,927

Under the DIP Financing, the Debtors will pay a 0.25% Arrangement
Fee and a 1.0% Commitment Fee.  The Debtors have also agreed to pay
a 1% Consent Fee to the Term Loan Agent in connection with the
provision of adequate protection.  The fees are in line with market
rates and other DIP facilities approved in recent retail cases.  

The repayment of the Prepetition ABL Obligations in accordance with
the Interim Order is necessary, as the Prepetition ABL Creditors
have not otherwise consented to the use of Cash Collateral or the
subordination of the Prepetition ABL Agent's liens to the DIP
Liens, and the professional fee carve out and the DIP Credit
Parties are not willing to provide the DIP Facility unless the
Prepetition ABL Obligations are paid in full upon the entry of the
Final Order and as otherwise set forth.  Such payments will not
prejudice the Debtors or their estates, because payment of such
amounts is subject to the rights of parties in interest.

As a condition to entry into the DIP Credit Agreement, the
extensions of credit under the DIP Facility and the authorization
to use Cash Collateral, the DIP Credit Parties require, and the
Debtors have agreed, that proceeds of the DIP Facility will be used
(a) for the repayment in full in cash of all remaining Prepetition
ABL Obligations upon the entry of the Final Order, and (b) in a
manner consistent with the terms and conditions of the DIP Loan
Documents and the Interim Order and in accordance with the Approved
Budget, solely for (i) postpetition capital expenditures, operating
expenses and other working capital, (ii) certain transaction fees
and expenses, (iii) permitted payment of costs of administration of
the Cases, including professional fees, (iv) adequate protection
payments to the Prepetition Secured Creditors as set forth, and (v)
as otherwise permitted under the DIP Loan Documents, as
applicable.

As a condition to entry into the DIP Loan Documents, the extension
of credit under the DIP Facility, and the authorization to use Cash
Collateral, the Debtors and the DIP Agent have agreed that the
proceeds of DIP Collateral will be applied in accordance with
paragraph 18(a) of the Interim Order.  The extension of the DIP
Facility and the repayment of the Prepetition ABL Obligations are
part of an integrated transaction.

As adequate protection, the Debtors propose that the Prepetition
ABL Creditors will receive, and the Prepetition Term Loan Creditors
will receive, subject to the Intercreditor Agreement.

The Debtors seek immediate access to postpetition financing in
order to ensure their continued operations during these Cases as
they implement a sale process.  To accomplish this task, the
Debtors require the use of a postpetition credit facility
consisting of a revolving loan up to an aggregate principal amount
of $452,000,000 pursuant to the DIP Credit Agreement.  The DIP
Financing will provide the Debtors with the necessary liquidity to
fund their operations, bankruptcy costs including professional
fees, working capital needs and general corporate purposes during
the course of these Cases.

Absent access to the DIP Financing, the Debtors will likely not
have adequate liquidity to maintain uninterrupted operations.  Any
cessation in operations would, in turn, likely result in immediate
liquidation, the loss of hundreds of jobs and severe losses for
vendors, customers and creditors.  Therefore, the Debtors'
customers, their employees and all of the Debtors' other
constituents depend on the Debtors' ability to access the DIP
Financing so that the Debtors can continue operating while a sale
process takes place that will maximize recoveries for their estates
and creditors.

Accordingly, the Debtors ask the Court to enter an Interim Order
and a Final Order

   a. granting expedited relief; and

   b. authorizing the Debtors to obtain DIP Facility, on an interim
basis for a period through and including the week following the
date of the Final Hearing, pursuant to the terms and conditions of
DIP Credit Agreement by and among  Prepetition ABL Creditors.

   c. authorizing the Debtors to execute and deliver the DIP Credit
Agreement and DIP Loan Documents and to perform such other acts as
may be necessary or desirable in connection with the DIP Loan
Documents;

   d. until the Termination Date, and subject to the terms,
conditions, limitations on availability and reserves set forth in
the DIP Loan Documents, the DIP Facility and the Interim Order,
authorizing the Debtors, prior to the entry of the Final Order, to
request extensions of credit under the DIP Facility up to an
aggregate principal amount of $110,000,000 at any one time
outstanding;

   e. granting allowed superpriority administrative expense claim
status in each of the Cases and any Successor Cases to all
obligations owing under the DIP Credit Agreement and the other DIP
Loan Documents ("DIP Obligations"), subject to the priorities set
forth;

   f. authorizing the Debtors to use Cash Collateral that the
Debtors are holding or may obtain;

   g. granting to the DIP Agent, for the benefit of the DIP Credit
Parties, automatically perfected security interests in and liens on
all of the DIP Collateral including, without limitation, all
property constituting Cash Collateral, which liens will be subject
to the priorities set forth in the Interim Order;

   h. authorizing and directing the Debtors to pay the principal,
interest, fees, expenses and other amounts payable under each of
the DIP Loan Documents as they become due, including, without
limitation, continuing commitment fees, closing fees,
administrative fees, any additional fees set forth in the DIP Loan
Documents, the reasonable fees and disbursements of the DIP Credit
Parties' attorneys, advisers, accountants, and other consultants,
and all related expenses of the DIP Credit Parties, all to the
extent provided by and in accordance with the terms of the
respective DIP Loan Documents;

   i. authorizing and directing the Debtors to pay in full the
Prepetition ABL Obligations upon the entry of the Final Order and
as set forth in the Interim Order, subject to the rights of parties
in interest;

   j. providing adequate protection to the Prepetition Secured
Creditors to the extent set forth in the Interim Order; and

   k. vacating and modifying the automatic stay imposed by Section
362 of the Bankruptcy Code to the extent necessary to implement and
effectuate the terms and provisions of the DIP Loan Documents and
the Interim Order.

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

  
http://bankrupt.com/misc/mab17-30673_26_Cash_Gander_Mountain.pdf

                     About Gander Mountain

Gander Mountain Company operates outdoor specialty stores
dedicated
for shooting sports, hunting, fishing, camping, marine, apparel,
footwear, and outdoor lifestyle products.  Its subsidiary
Overton's, Inc. is a catalog and internet retailer of products for
the recreational boater and other water sports enthusiasts at
http://www.Overtons.com/

Gander Mountain and Overton's sought protection under Chapter 11
of
the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Minn. Case Nos. 17-30673 and
17-30675) on March 10, 2017.  The petitions were signed by Timothy
Becker, Executive VP of Lighthouse Management Group, Inc., as CRO.

The cases are assigned to Judge Michael E. Ridgway.

At the time of the filing, the Debtor estimated its assets and
debts at $500 million to $1 billion.  

The Debtors' advisors in the restructuring are Fredrikson & Byron,
PA, which serves as legal counsel; Houlihan Lokey Capital Inc.,
financial advisor and investment banker; Lighthouse Management
Group, chief restructuring officer; Hilco Real Estate LLC, real
estate advisor; and Faegre Baker Daniels LLP, special corporate
counsel.  Donlin, Recano & Company Inc. is the Debtors' claims,
noticing and balloting agent.


GARRETSON TILE: Taps Lawrence G. Frank as Legal Counsel
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Garretson Tile Company, Inc. seeks approval from the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania to hire
legal counsel.

The Debtor proposes to hire the Law Office of Lawrence G. Frank to
give legal advice on the administration of its Chapter 11 case, and
pay the firm $330 per hour for its services.

Lawrence Frank, Esq., disclosed in a court filing that he does not
represent any interest adverse to the Debtor or its bankruptcy
estate, and that he is a "disinterested person" as defined in
section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code.

Mr. Frank maintains an office at:

     Lawrence Frank, Esq.
     Law Office of Lawrence G. Frank
     100 Aspen Drive
     Dillsburg, PA 17019
     Tel: 717 234-7455
     Fax: 717 432-9065
     Email: lawrencegfrank@gmail.com

                  About Garretson Tile Company

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, Garretson Tile Company, Inc. sought
protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. M. D.
Pa. Case No. 17-01051) on March 19, 2017.  The petition was signed
by Gregory A. King, president.  The case is assigned to Judge
Robert N. Opel II.

At the time of the filing, the Debtor disclosed $1.65 million in
assets and $2.26 million in liabilities.


GASTAR EXPLORATION: Closes Acquisition of STACK Leasehold
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Gastar Exploration Inc. disclosed on March 22 that it has completed
the acquisition of additional working and net revenue interests in
approximately 66 gross (9.5 net) producing wells and 5,670 net
acres of additional STACK oil and gas leasehold in Kingfisher
County, Oklahoma.  Prior to the acquisition, Gastar held an
interest in the majority of the acquired producing wells and
leasehold.  Current net production associated with the acquired
well interests is approximately 330 barrels of oil equivalent per
day (49% oil) and 57% of the acreage is currently
held-by-production.  The acquisition price of $51.4 million has an
effective date of March 1, 2017, and is subject to customary final
closing adjustments.

The acquisition was funded through a tack-on issuance, to funds
managed by Ares Management, L.P., of an additional $75 million
principal amount, priced at par, of Gastar's previously issued
convertible notes due 2022, which increases the convertible notes
issued to funds managed by Ares to $200 million.  Upon the approval
of the conversion rights of the convertible notes by Gastar's
shareholders at a special shareholders meeting currently scheduled
to be held on May 2, 2017, $37.5 million principal of the recently
issued convertible notes will be repurchased and retired by the
Company in exchange for the issuance of 25,456,521 shares of
Gastar's common stock, issued at a price of $1.4731 per share, the
10-day volume weighted average price for Gastar's common stock as
of March 17, 2017.  The remaining $162.5 million of the convertible
notes will be eligible for conversion into Gastar common shares
according to the terms of the indenture at an initial conversion
price of $2.2103 per share.  If the requisite shareholder approval
of the conversion rights is not obtained on or before July 3, 2017,
the convertible notes will not become convertible nor will they be
repurchased, the notes will not be redeemable prior to their
maturity except by payment of a "make whole" premium, and the
interest rate on the notes will increase in increments to 15% per
annum.

Commenting on the transaction, J. Russell Porter, Gastar's
president and chief executive officer, said, "This acquisition
further increases Gastar's position in the STACK Play to a total of
62,370 net surface acres, excluding 27,100 net acres in the WEHLU
and surrounding area.  Acquiring additional working interest within
our core STACK position in leases that Gastar currently owns and
operates is an attractive approach to creating additional value.
Approximately 48% of the additional interest is in leases that are
within our joint development agreement area and as a result, Gastar
will earn a 10% drilling promote on those additional interests that
are drilled within the joint venture. Through our planned 2017
capital program, a large majority of the acquired leases will be
held by production under our current drilling plan."

Additional information is available on the Securities and Exchange
Commission's website at https://is.gd/PUpsjK

On March 22, 2017, the Company filed a Certificate of Designation
of Special Voting Preferred Stock of the Company with the Secretary
of State of the State of Delaware with respect to the creation of a
new series of 2,000 shares of the Company's authorized but unissued
preferred stock, par value $.01.

The issuance of the Special Voting Shares is conditioned upon
Requisite Stockholder Approval and will be issued in connection
with the Mandatory Repurchase in accordance with the Purchase
Agreement.  The Special Voting Shares may be redeemed in whole any
time after the Initial Holders (as defined in the Certificate of
Designation) Beneficially Own (as defined in the Certificate of
Designation) less than 5% of the Common Stock subject to the terms
of the Certificate of Designation.  There is no mandatory
redemption of the Special Voting Shares.  Holders of the Special
Voting Shares are not entitled to receive any dividends declared
and paid by the Company.

Holders of the Special Voting Shares will have no voting rights
other than the right to elect two members of the Company's board of
directors for so long as the Initial Holders, any Subsequent
Holders (as defined in the Certificate of Designation) and their
respective affiliates Beneficially Own at least 15% of the
outstanding Common Stock in the aggregate and the right to elect
one (1) member of the Board for so long as the Initial Holders,
Subsequent Holders and their affiliates Beneficially Own at least
5% but less than 15% of the outstanding Common Stock in the
aggregate.  The Certificate of Designation contains certain
restrictions on transfer of the Special Voting Shares.

                   About Gastar Exploration

Houston, Texas-based Gastar Exploration Inc. --
http://www.gastar.com/-- is an independent energy company engaged
in the exploration, development and production of oil, condensate,
natural gas and natural gas liquids in the United States.  Gastar's
principal business activities include the identification,
acquisition, and subsequent exploration and development of oil and
natural gas properties with an emphasis on unconventional reserves,
such as shale resource plays.  

Gastar reported a net loss attributable to common stockholders of
$103.53 million on $58.25 million of total revenues for the year
ended Dec. 31, 2016, compared to a net loss attributable to common
stockholders of $473.98 million on $107.29 million of total
revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2015.

The Company's balance sheet as of Dec. 31, 2016, showed $300.20
million in total assets, $440.63 million in total liabilities and a
total stockholders' deficit of $140.43 million.

                          *      *      *

As reported by the TCR on March 20, 2017, S&P Global Ratings
affirmed its 'CCC-' corporate credit rating, with a negative
outlook, on U.S.-based oil and gas exploration and production
company Gastar Exploration Inc.  Subsequently, S&P withdrew all its
ratings on Gastar at the issuer's request.

In June 2016, Moody's Investors Service downgraded the Corporate
Family Rating of Gastar to 'Caa3' from 'Caa1'.  The rating outlook
was changed to 'negative' from 'stable'.  The downgrade of Gastar's
CFR to Caa3 reflects the company's weakened liquidity and reduced
size following the sale of its Appalachian assets in April 2016.


GENERAL WIRELESS: Seeks Authorization to Use Cash Collateral
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General Wireless Operations Inc., d/b/a Radioshack, and its
affiliated debtors seek authority from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
for the District of Delaware to use cash collateral.

In connection with its acquisition of the RS Legacy assets, General
Wireless Operations and General Wireless Holdings entered into a
certain $75,000,000 Senior Lien Agreement with Royal Bank of
Canada, as administrative agent, issuer and collateral agent and
GACP Finance Co., LLC, as term loan agent.  

As of the Petition Date, the outstanding aggregate principal amount
of the Senior Lien Agreement term loans is approximately
$25,500,000. The Debtors' indebtedness to Royal Bank and GACP
Finance is secured by substantially all of General Wireless
Operations' and General Wireless Holdings' personal property assets
and leasehold mortgages against twelve of General Wireless
Operations' retail leases.

In addition, the General Wireless Operations and General Wireless
Holdings entered into a Junior Lien Security Agreement with
Cortland Capital Market Services LLC, as the Junior Lien Agent and
Prisma Capital Partners LP. The outstanding aggregate principal
amount of the Junior Lien Agreement term loan is approximately
$39,747,117, and the outstanding aggregate principal amount of the
Junior Lien Agreement revolving loan is approximately $55,402,104.

Among other things, the Debtors propose these principal terms by
which to use cash collateral:

     (A) Use of Cash Collateral. Upon authorization from the Court,
the Debtors may use cash collateral which include the Debtors' cash
and cash on deposit in any deposit account or securities account of
the Debtors that is subject to perfected security interest in
accordance with the terms of the Interim Order and Budget.

     (B) Budget: The Budget covers the period from March 11, 2017
through June 3, 2017 projecting total cash outflows in the
aggregate sum of $60,035,696 and total restructuring expenses of
approximately $4,983,214.

     (C) Adequate Protection: The Debtors have agreed to provide
Royal Bank and GACP Finance with adequate protection in the form of
replacement liens and a superpriority claim. In addition, the
Debtors have also agreed to make mandatory paydowns on a weekly
basis in accordance with the Budget subject to a 25% variance.

     (D) Carve-Out: The proposed Interim Order provides a Carve-Out
for professional fees and expenses incurred in accordance with the
Budget. Such Carve-Out includes a Post-Termination Date
Professional Fee Carve Out in the amount of $350,000.

A full-text copy of the Debtor's Motion, dated March 8, 2017, is
available at https://is.gd/yECJ4y

                       Interim Order Entered

The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware authorized
General Wireless Operations Inc., d/b/a Radioshack, and its
affiliated Debtors to use cash collateral on an interim basis.

The Debtors are authorized to use cash collateral solely in
accordance with and to the extent set forth in the Interim Order
and Budget. The approved 13-week Budget for March 11, 2017 through
June 3, 2017 projects total cash outflows in the aggregate amount
of $60,035,696 and total restructuring expenses of approximately
$4,983,214.

The Debtors acknowledged that General Wireless Operations and
General Wireless Holdings are parties into a certain Senior Lien
Agreement with Royal Bank of Canada, as administrative agent,
issuer and collateral agent and GACP Finance Co., LLC, as term loan
agent, which provides for a revolving credit facility and a term
loan facility.  

As of the Petition Date, the financed Debtors were severally
indebted to Royal Bank and GACP Finance under the Senior Loan
Credit Documents in an outstanding aggregate principal amount of
not less than $25,500,000 plus letters of credit in the aggregate
undrawn face amount of $2,800,000, plus the pre-payment fee, and
all interest accruing thereon. Pursuant to the Senior Loan Credit
Documents, Royal Bank and GACP Finance were granted senior liens
upon and security interests in substantially all of General
Wireless Operations' and General Wireless Holdings' assets, other
than Intellectual Property and the other excluded property.

In addition, the General Wireless Operations and General Wireless
Holdings entered into a Junior Lien Security Agreement with
Cortland Capital Market Services LLC, as the Junior Lien Agent.
General Wireless Operations and General Wireless Holdings were
jointly and severally indebted to Cortland Capital under the Junior
Lien Credit Documents in outstanding aggregate principal amount of
not less than $95,149,221.

The Debtors will make weekly mandatory payments to Royal Bank, in
the minimum amounts set forth in the Budget for permanent
application against the Secure Obligations subject to a 25%
variance.

The Royal Bank was granted valid, binding, enforceable and
perfected replacement liens and security in all of each Debtor's
presently owned or hereafter acquired property and assets,
including the proceeds and products thereof. In addition, Royal
Bank was granted an allowed superpriority administrative expense
claim, which will be subordinate to the Carve-Out.

The Carve-Out comprises of:

     (a) all allowed administrative expenses for fees required to
be paid to the Clerk of the Bankruptcy Court and for fees payable
to the Office of the U.S. Trustee;

     (b) all reasonable fees and expenses up to $5,000 incurred by
a trustee under Section 726(b) of the Bankruptcy Code; and

     (c) Pre-Termination Date Professional Fee Carve Out in an
aggregate amount not to exceed the amount set forth in the Budget
for the professionals plus a Post-Termination Date Professional Fee
Carve Out in the amount of $350,000.

A final hearing to consider approval of the Debtors' use of cash
collateral has been scheduled for March 29, 2017 at 10:30 a.m. Any
responses or objections to further use of cash collateral will be
due no later than March 24, 2017.

A full-text copy of the Interim Order, dated March 15, 2017, is
available at https://is.gd/r7Oinn

              About General Wireless Operations Inc.

Based in Fort Worth, Texas, General Wireless Operations Inc., doing
business as RadioShack -- http://www.RadioShack.com -- operates a
chain of electronics stores.

Its predecessor, RadioShack Corp., then with 4,000 locations,
sought Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. D. Del. Case No. 15-10197) in
February 2015 and announced plans to close underperforming stores.
March 2015, Standard General affiliate General Wireless won court
approval to purchase RadioShack Corp.'s assets, gaining ownership
of around 1,700 RadioShack locations.  

Two years later, General Wireless commenced its own bankruptcy
case, announcing plans to close 200 of 1,300 remaining stores.
General Wireless Operations Inc., and its affiliates based in Ft.
Worth, TX, filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D. Del. Lead Case
No. 17-10506) on March 8, 2017.  The petition was signed by
Bradford Tobin, SVP, general counsel.

In its petition, General Wireless estimated $100 million to $500
million in both assets and liabilities.

The Debtors are represented by David M. Fournier, Esq., Evelyn J.
Meltzer, Esq., and Michael J. Custer, Esq. at Pepper Hamilton LLP.
The Debtors retain Scott J. Greenberg, Esq. and Mark A. Cody, Esq.
of Jones Day as co-counsel, Prime Clerk, LLC as claims and noticing
agent, and Loughlin Management Partners & Company, Inc. as
financial advisor.


GILLESPIE OFFICE: Unsecureds to Recoup 100% Over 10 Years
---------------------------------------------------------
Gillespie Office and Systems Furniture, Inc., filed with the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the District of Nevada a disclosure statement
dated March 15, 2017, to accompany the Debtor's plan of
reorganization.

A hearing to consider the approval of the Disclosure Statement is
set for May 3, 2017, at 1:30 p.m.

Holders of Class 2 General Unsecured Claims -- estimated at
$215,000-$385,000, exclusive of contingent claims -- will be paid
100% of the principal amount of the claims, without interest, via
annual payments in a minimum amount of 10%, with the first payment
due within 30 days of the later of the Effective Date of the Plan
or, if the claim is contingent or disputed, the date upon which the
claim is finally allowed.

The Debtor will fund the payments due under the Plan from cash on
hand, the proceeds of the sale of stock, and profits from continued
operations.

The Disclosure Statement is available at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/nvb16-11943-323.pdf

           About Gillespie Office and Systems Furniture

Gillespie Office and Systems Furniture, Inc., does business as A&B
Printing, located at 2908 South Highland Drive, Set. B, Las Vegas,
Nevada.  The Company has been providing printing and mailing
services to customers in the Las Vegas since 1979.

Gillespie Office and Systems Furniture filed a Chapter 11
bankruptcy petition (Bankr. D. Nev. Case No. 16-11943) on April 11,
2016.  The petition was signed by Kathleen L. Gillespie, president.
The Debtor estimated assets and liabilities at $500,001 to $1
million at the time of the filing.   

Morris, Polich & Purdy serves as bankruptcy counsel to the Debtor
in place of the law firm of Larson and Zirzow, effective as of June
17, 2016.  Levy Law, LLC serves as special counsel while Holland &
Hart serves as insurance defense litigation counsel to the Debtor.
Serl, Keefer, Welter CPAs, LLP has been tapped as accountant.


GORDMANS STORES: Wants Authority to Use Wells Fargo Cash Collateral
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Gordmans Stores, Inc., and its debtor affiliates seek authority
from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Nebraska to use
cash collateral.

The Debtors relate that beginning March 1, 2017, they have been
engaged in a significant marketing process with their advisors to
solicit bids for their assets, either as a going concern or in
connection with a liquidation.  Consequently, the Debtors have
received bids for a potential going-concern sale, liquidation, or
other transaction disposing of their assets on March 10, 2017.

The Debtors and their advisors have negotiated with multiple
bidders, and ultimately decided that a joint bid by Tiger Capital
Group, LLC, and Great American Group, LLC, as Stalking Horse
Liquidator, to liquidate all or substantially all of the Debtors'
merchandise offered the best available alternative given the
circumstances.

Concurrently with the filing of the cash collateral motion, the
Debtors have also filed a bidding procedures motion to establish a
timeline for an auction and asset sale process. Pursuant to the
Asset Disposition Motion, the Debtors contemplate effectuating the
monetization and disposition of their assets within four weeks of
the petition date.  As such, the Debtors' access to cash collateral
is critical for the Debtors' preserving value for the benefit of
their estates to consummate a liquidation, sale, or other asset
disposition to monetize their assets as soon as possible.

The Debtors contend that under the Prepetition Credit Agreement the
Debtors have granted a security interest in and lien on all of its
existing or acquired personal property, other than certain Excluded
Assets, all books and records pertaining to such personal property,
all proceeds and products of such personal property, and all
collateral security and guarantees given by any Person with respect
to any personal property.

In addition, the Debtors contend that the Prepetition Credit
Agreement is comprised of two secured facilities, a $100 million
Revolving Credit Facility and a $30 million Term Loan Facility.  As
of the Petition Date, the Debtors' consolidated long-term debt
obligations under the Prepetition Credit Agreement were
approximately $56.8 million in the aggregate.  Additionally, the
Debtors have 11 outstanding stand-by letters of credit, in the
aggregate amount of approximately $9 million, and 4 outstanding
letters of credit in the aggregate amount of approximately
$50,000.

The Debtors relate that they have been engaged in negotiations with
Wells Fargo Bank, National Association, in its capacity as
administrative agent and agent for both the Term Lenders and
Revolver Lenders, regarding the consensual use of Cash Collateral
during these chapter 11 cases. Wells Fargo agrees to the consensual
use of Cash Collateral after reviewing the Stalking Horse
Liquidator's proposed liquidation transaction and analyzing the
Debtors' proposed Budget.

The proposed 13-week Budget for March 4, 2017 through June 3, 2017
reflects total operating cash disbursements of approximately
$65,724 and bankruptcy related disbursements in the aggregate sum
of $6,258.

The Debtors believe that using Cash Collateral instead of incurring
new postpetition financing obligations will preserve estate assets
for the benefit of all creditors by minimizing the incurrence of
additional costs and obligations to fund these chapter 11 cases.

The Debtors intend to provide Wells Fargo with adequate protection,
which includes:

      (a) Postpetition Replacement Liens on all of the Debtors'
prepetition and postpetition assets, as well as all products and
proceeds thereof;

      (b) an allowed superpriority administrative claims 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;

      (c) postpetition payments in an amount equal to all accrued
and unpaid prepetition or postpetition interest -- at the
applicable contractual Default Rate, fees, and costs due and
payable under the Prepetition Credit Agreement; and

      (d) payment of the reasonable and documented postpetition
fees, expenses, and disbursements incurred by Wells Fargo in the
manner and at the times provided in the Proposed Interim Order.

Additionally, the Debtors request that the Court schedule a Final
Hearing on or prior to April 6, 2017 to consider approval of the
motion on a final basis

A full-text copy of the Debtor's Motion, dated March 13, 2017, is
available at https://is.gd/ajVN7j

                      About Gordmans Stores, Inc.

Gordmans, Inc. -- http://www.gordmans.com/-- is a retail company
engaged in the sale of apparel, home goods, and other merchandise.
Founded in 1915, Gordmans operates 106 stores in 62 markets and 22
states throughout the United States and through e-commerce
operations.

Gordmans Stores, Inc., and five of its affiliates sought protection
under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Neb. Lead Case
No. 17-80304) on March 13, 2017.  The petitions were signed by
Andrew T. Hall, president, CEO and secretary.  The cases are
assigned to Judge Thomas L. Saladino.

At the time of the filing, the Debtors disclosed $274 million in
assets and $131 million in liabilities.

The Debtors engaged Patrick J. Nash, Jr., Esq., Brad Weiland, Esq.,
and Jamie R. Netznik, Esq. of Kirkland & Ellis LLP, as bankruptcy
counsel.  The Debtors also hired Joyce A. Dixon, Esq. at Kutak Rock
LLP as local counsel, Duff & Phelps as financial advisor, and Epiq
Bankruptcy Solutions LLC as claims and noticing agent.

The Office of the U.S. Trustee on March 15 appointed seven
creditors to serve on the official committee of unsecured creditors
in the Chapter 11 cases.  The committee members are: (1) Werner
Enterprises, Inc.; (2) Marketplace on First, LC; (3) GGP Limited
Partnership; (4) Catalyst Westowne, LLC; (5) Kellermeyer Bergensons
Services, LLC; (6) DDR Corp.; and (7) Ezrasons Inc.


GREAT BASIN: Incurs $89.1 Million Net Loss in 2016
--------------------------------------------------
Great Basin Scientific, Inc. filed with the Securities and Exchange
Commission its annual report on Form 10-K disclosing
a net loss of $89.14 million on $3.04 million of revenues for the
year ended Dec. 31, 2016, compared to a net loss of $57.89 million
on $2.14 million of revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2015.

The Company's independent accountants BDO USA, LLP, in Salt Lake
City, Utah, have expressed "substantial doubt" about the Company's
ability to continue as a going concern noting that the Company has
incurred substantial losses from operations, has negative operating
cash flows and has a net capital deficiency.

For the three months ended Dec. 31, 2016, Great Basin recognized a
net loss of $6.17 million on $851,930 of revenues compared to a net
loss of $18.94 million on $611,870 of revenues for the same period
a year ago.

"The fourth quarter of 2016 was a period of significant progress
and change for Great Basin," said Ryan Ashton, co-founder and chief
executive officer of Great Basin.  "During the third quarter,
research and development spending and gross margin inefficiency
peaked as we invested in significant menu expansion, which included
concurrently running two clinical trials and preparing for the
commercial launch of two products that the U.S. Food and Drug
Administration (FDA) cleared in early 2016.  With those efforts
either behind us or winding down, we turned our focus to improving
operational efficiencies and implementing cost management programs
in preparation for 2017.  These efforts resulted in a reduction in
sequential quarterly operating expenses and our strongest gross
margins of the fiscal year.  Furthermore, we expect that the
changes we made in the fourth quarter—along with the January
completion of the clinical trial for our Bordetella Direct Test and
the restructuring and reduction plan we announced in early
February—will result in further improvements to our operating
expenses, burn rate and gross margins in the first half of 2017."

"Beyond the sequential improvements in gross margins and reduced
operating expenses, 2016, overall, was a year of noteworthy
progress for the Company.  For the first time, we launched two new
products and successfully completed two clinical trials in a single
year.  The doubling of our menu to four assays will promote our
objective of continually expanding our customer footprint and
increasing our revenue per customer."

As of Dec. 31, 2016, Great Basin had $73.39 million in total
assets, $129.38 million in total liabilities and a total
stockholders' deficit of $55.98 million.

                           Outlook

"With the anticipated FDA clearances and subsequent commercial
launches of Bordetella Direct Test and Stool Bacterial Pathogens
Panel in 2017, we believe that Great Basin has a compelling menu of
assays that, along with our no-cost instrumentation model and
exceptional ease-of-use, should make us a convincing molecular
diagnostics option for a wide variety of hospitals and labs in the
U.S.," said Ashton.  "We expect to recognize revenue growth from
six commercially-available assays beginning in the second half of
2017. We remain focused on cost management efforts which we expect
will result in lower cash burn and improved gross and operating
margins."

"Looking at the first half of 2017, we expect revenues to be driven
primarily by sales of C. diff and Group B Strep assays.  The
customers' evaluation process for our Staph ID/R Blood Culture
Panel is more complex than it is for our two older products, and
consequently, we expect it will be 6-9 months from the launch,
which occurred last fall, before meaningful revenue from the
product is recognized.  We expect the evaluation timeline for our
Stool Bacterial Pathogens Panel will be closer to the historical
60-90 days seen with C. diff and Group B Strep products, and
therefore, expect meaningful revenue from that product within
90-120 days of FDA clearance."

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

                     https://is.gd/sFYDR6

                      About Great Basin

Great Basin Scientific is a molecular diagnostic testing company
focused on the development and commercialization of its patented,
molecular diagnostic platform designed to test for infectious
disease, especially hospital-acquired infections.  The Company
believes that small to medium sized hospital laboratories, those
under 400 beds, are in need of simpler and more affordable
molecular diagnostic testing methods.  The Company markets a system
that combines both affordability and ease-of-use, when compared to
other commercially available molecular testing methods, which the
Company believes will accelerate the adoption of molecular testing
in small to medium sized hospitals.  The Company's system includes
an analyzer, which it provides for its customers' use without
charge in the United States, and a diagnostic cartridge, which the
Company sells to its customers.


GREATER LEWISTON: Wants to Use MSCI-2006-IQ11 Logan Cash
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Greater Lewistown Shopping Plaza LP seeks authorization from the
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania to
use cash collateral.

The Debtor believes that MSCI-2006-IQ11 Logan Limited Partnership
may have a secured position over items that are referred to as cash
collateral.  MSCI-2006-IQ11 Logan holds a mortgage, which includes
an Assignment of Rents, of first priority, on the property located
at 224, 306, 404 N. Logan Boulevard, Lewiston, Mifflin County, PA
17009.

As such, the Debtor also seeks permission from MSCI-2006-IQ11 Logan
allow it to use cash collateral in order to provide the Debtor with
an opportunity to plan for the reorganization of its interests
under Chapter 11.

A full-text copy of the Debtor's Motion, dated March 13, 2017, is
available at https://is.gd/bSfBm1

                 About Greater Lewistown Shopping Plaza

Greater Lewistown Shopping Plaza LP sought protection under Chapter
11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. M.D. Pa. Case No. 17-00693) on
Feb. 23, 2017.  The petition was signed by Nicholas J Moraitis,
president, NJM Lewistown Properties, Inc., sole general partner of
Greater Lewistown Shopping Plaza, L.P.  The case is assigned to
Judge Robert N Opel II.  At the time of the filing, the Debtor
estimated assets and liabilities of $10 million to $50 million
each.  The Debtor is represented by Gary J Imblum, Esq., at Imblum
Law Offices, P.C.


GUIDED THERAPEUTICS: Incurs $5 Million Net Loss in 2016
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Guided Therapeutics, Inc. filed with the Securities and Exchange
Commission its annual report on Form 10-K disclosing a net loss
attributable to common stockholders of $4.99 million on $605,000 of
sales for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016, compared to a net loss
attributable to common stockholders of $9.50 million on $564,000 of
sales for the year ended Dec. 31, 2015.

As of Dec. 31, 2016, the Company had $1.49 million in total assets,
$10.75 million in total liabilities and a total stockholders'
deficit of $9.26 million.

Since its inception, the Company has raised capital through the
public and private sale of debt and equity, funding from
collaborative arrangements, and grants.  At Dec. 31, 2016, the
Company had cash of approximately $14,000 and a negative working
capital of approximately $8.3 million.

The Company's major cash flows for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016,
consisted of cash out-flows of $1.8 million from operations,
including approximately $4.0 million of net loss, and a net change
from financing activities of $1.8 million, which primarily
represented the proceeds received from issuance of common stock and
warrants, proceeds from debt financing, as well as exercise of
outstanding warrants and options.

UHY LLP, in Sterling Heights, Michigan, issued a "going concern"
qualification on the consolidated financial statements for the year
ended Dec. 31, 2016, citing that the Company's significant
operating losses raise substantial doubt about its ability to
continue as a going concern.

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

                      https://is.gd/TlpzV6

                   About Guided Therapeutics
   
Guided Therapeutics, Inc. (OTC BB and OTC QB: GTHP)
-- http://www.guidedinc.com/-- is developing a rapid and painless  

test for the early detection of disease that leads to cervical
cancer.  The technology is designed to provide an objective result
at the point of care, thereby improving the management of cervical
disease.  Unlike Pap and HPV tests, the device does not require a
painful tissue sample and results are known immediately.  GT has
also entered into a partnership with Konica Minolta Opto to
develop a non-invasive test for Barrett's Esophagus using the
LightTouch technology platform.


GULFMARK OFFSHORE: Unit Obtains $10M Loan from Norwegian Lender
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GulfMark Offshore, Inc., GulfMark Rederi AS, an indirect
wholly-owned subsidiary of the Company (as borrower), and GulfMark
UK Ltd, an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary of the Company, entered
into an agreement relating to the senior secured revolving credit
facility among the Borrower, the Company, as guarantor, GulfMark
UK, as guarantor, and DNB Bank ASA, as lead arranger and lender.

Pursuant to the Agreement, the Norwegian Lender agreed to extend
revolving loans in the aggregate principal amount of $10.0 million
subject to the conditions precedent set forth in the Agreement,
including payment by the Company and the Borrower of certain fees
and retainers of a financial advisor and counsel for the Norwegian
Lender.  The Norwegian Lender funded loans in such amount on
March 17, 2017.  In addition, the Company agreed to pledge all
issued shares of the Borrower to the Norwegian Lender on or before
April 7, 2017, as additional security for the Borrower's
obligations under the Norwegian Facility Agreement.  Furthermore,
the Norwegian Lender agreed that between the date of the Agreement
through April 14, 2017, no lender will, in its capacity as lender,
exercise any right of set off, combination of accounts or similar
remedy in relation to the cash of the obligors under the Norwegian
Facility Agreement in respect of any amounts that are outstanding
or may become outstanding under the Norwegian Facility Agreement.

The Agreement prohibits the Borrower from requesting any additional
loans under the Norwegian Facility Agreement without the prior
written consent of the lenders (which consent may be withheld in
the lenders' sole discretion).  In addition, the Agreement
obligates the Company and the Borrower to provide the Norwegian
Lender all projections, accounts and other information provided to
The Royal Bank of Scotland plc in connection with the senior
secured, revolving multicurrency credit facility among GulfMark
Americas, Inc., the Company, as guarantor, a group of financial
institutions as the lenders and RBS, as agent for the lenders, in
each case as soon as reasonably practicable, and to keep the
Norwegian Lender informed of negotiations and discussions with
holders of the Company's indebtedness.

A full-text copy of the Agreement dated March 17, 2017, is
available for free at https://is.gd/Qu5Pbg

                       About Gulfmark
  
GulfMark Offshore, Inc., a Delaware corporation, was incorporated
in 1996.  The Company provides offshore marine support and
transportation services primarily to companies involved in the
offshore exploration and production of oil and natural gas.  The
Company's vessels transport materials, supplies and personnel to
offshore facilities, and also move and position drilling and
production facilities.  The majority of the Company's operations
are conducted in the North Sea, offshore Southeast Asia and
offshore the Americas.  The Company currently operates a fleet of
73 owned or managed offshore supply vessels, or OSVs, in the
following regions: 30 vessels in the North Sea, 13 vessels offshore
Southeast Asia, and 30 vessels offshore the Americas.  The
Company's fleet is one of the world's youngest, largest and most
geographically balanced, high specification OSV fleets.  The
Company's owned vessels have an average age of approximately nine
years.

GulfMark incurred a net loss of $202.97 million in 2016 following a
net loss of $215.23 million in 2015.  The Company's balance sheet
at Dec. 31, 2016, showed $1.05 billion in total assets, $604.3
million in total liabilities and $449.6 million in total
stockholders' equity.

KPMG LLP, in Houston, Texas, issued a "going concern" qualification
in its report on the consolidated financial statements for the year
ended Dec. 31, 2016, noting that the Company expects to be in
violation of certain of their financial covenants which will result
in the Company's debt becoming subject to acceleration, which raise
substantial doubt about its ability to continue as a going
concern.

                          *     *     *

In March 2017, S&P Global Ratings lowered its corporate credit
rating on U.S.-based offshore service provider GulfMark Offshore
Inc. to 'D' from 'CCC-'.  "Gulfmark has entered into a 30-day-grace
period to make the March 15 interest payment on its 6.375% senior
unsecured notes due 2022," said S&P Global Ratings credit analyst
Kevin Kwok.  "The 'D' corporate credit and issue-level ratings
reflect our expectation that company will not make the interest
payment within the 30-day-grace period, and will instead seek a
debt restructuring," he added.

In February 2016, that Moody's Investors Service downgraded
GulfMark Offshore's Corporate Family Rating (CFR) to 'Caa3' from
'B3', Probability of Default Rating (PDR) to 'Caa3-PD' from
'B3-PD', and senior unsecured notes to 'Ca' from 'Caa1'.


GURKARN DIAMOND: Unsecureds to be Paid $1K Monthly for 24 Months
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Gurkarn Diamond Hotel Corporation filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the Western District of Texas its first disclosure
statement explaining its plan of reorganization, dated March 14,
2017, which proposes to pay priority claims and unsecured claims in
full.

Class 7 under the plan consists of the Allowed General Unsecured
Claims and is estimated to be approximately $20,000.  Each holder
of an Allowed General Unsecured Claim will be paid their pro-rata
share of $1,000 a month over 24 months, beginning on the 15th of
the third full month following the Effective Date.

The funds necessary for the satisfaction of the creditors' claims
will be generated from the Debtor's income and the contributions to
be made by the Equity Interest Holders called for by this Plan.

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

       http://bankrupt.com/misc/txwb16-70183-61.pdf

The Debtor is represented by:

     Joyce W. Lindauer, Esq.
     Sarah M. Cox, Esq.
     Jamie N. Kirk, Esq.
     Jeffery M. Veteto, Esq.
     Joyce W. Lindauer Attorney, PLLC
     12720 Hillcrest Road, Suite 625
     Dallas, Texas 75230
     Telephone: (972) 503-4033
     Facsimile: (972) 503-4034

                 About Gurkarn Diamond Hotel

Gurkarn Diamond Hotel Corporation filed a chapter 11 petition
(Bankr. W.D. Tex. Case No. 16-70183) on Nov. 14, 2016. The case is
assigned to Judge Ronald B. King. The petition was signed by
Satinder S. Gill, partner member. The Debtor is represented by
Joyce W. Lindauer, Esq., at Joyce W. Lindauer Attorney, PLLC. The
Debtor estimated assets and liabilities at $1 million to $10
million at the time of the filing.


HAIMIL REALTY: Dominion Financial Tries to Block Disclosures OK
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Secured creditor Dominion Financial Corporation filed with the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York an objection
to Haimil Realty Corp.'s disclosure statement referring to the
Debtor's plan of reorganization.

Dominion Financial complains that, among others:

     1. the Debtor states that there are administrative expense
        claims in the amount of $327,760 due to the Debtor's
        various professionals.  Pursuant to the disclosure made,
        each of the professionals may have received a retainer,
        however, the amount is not set forth in the Disclosure
        Statement.  Accordingly, the disclosure is woefully
        inadequate to creditors of the estate.  Virtually all of
        these administrative fees were incurred as a result of the

        litigation against Dominion Financial;

     2. the Disclosure Statement devotes approximately four lines
        to a paragraph entitled "Exit Financing".  It states, "The
        Debtor had entered into a written term sheet with Brick
        Fort Capital LLC pursuant to which Brick Fort had
        committed to provide the Debtor with Exit Financing in the

        amount of $3,125,000.  The Exit Financing will be
        utilized, if necessary, to satisfy the claims of all
        creditors of the Debtor together with the proceeds from
        the sale of the Commercial Unit, discussed below."  This
        so-called disclosure, provides absolutely no information;

     3. the Debtor says that it "anticipates that the sale price
        for the Commercial Unit will be not less than $2,900,000,"

        but fails to provide any disclosure that will enable any
        creditor to determine the Debtor's ability to successfully

        market and sell this Commercial Unit.  There is nothing to

        review;

     4. the two provisions in the Plan that form the cornerstone
        for its confirmation fail to give any indication of how
        they can happen; and

     5. the Debtor believes that it may pay Dominion Financial the

        amount that the Court determined to be due and owing as of

        Feb. 16, 2016, plus interest, which it states will be paid

        at the "applicable rate".  It further asserts that even
        after confirmation of a Plan, the Debtor intends to pursue

        its appeal against Dominion Financial and does not waive
        any of its rights.  This reservation of rights fails to
        provide any finality and leaves Dominion Financial where
        it started.  Despite that, the Debtor believes that it may

        treat Dominion Financial as though it is not impaired.
        However, the Debtor fails to recognize that Dominion
        Financial has not received any payments since the event of

        the default.  In addition, the Debtor has not remitted any

        postpetition adequate protection payments.

A copy of the Objection is available at:

       http://bankrupt.com/misc/nysb14-11779-138.pdf

As reported by the Troubled Company Reporter on Jan. 19, 2017,
unsecured creditors will receive full payment under the proposed
Plan to exit Chapter 11 protection.  The Plan proposes to pay
allowed Class 8 general unsecured claims in full, without interest,
on the effective date of the plan.  Class 8 consists of the Allowed
General Unsecured Claims, if any, of Consolidated Edison Company of
New York, Inc. (Claim No. 3 in the amount of $272.42) and Marc E.
Verzani, Esq. (Claim No. 8 in the amount of $53,357,33).

Dominion is represented by:

     Allan B. Mendelson, Esq.
     ALLAN B. MENDELSON, LLP
     38 New Street
     Huntington, NY 11743
     Tel: 631-923-1625
     Email: Amendelsohn@amendelsohnlaw.com

                    About Haimil Realty Corp.

Haimil Realty Corp., based in New York, filed for Chapter 11
bankruptcy (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. Case No. 14-11779) on June 11, 2014, in
Manhattan.  The petition was signed by Menachem Haimovich,
president.  Douglas J. Pick, Esq., at Pick & Zabicki LLP, serves as
the Debtor's counsel.  

In its schedules, the Debtor listed total assets of $5.57 million
and total liabilities of $332,847.


HANISH LLC: Fairfield Inn Seeks Cash Use Until June 2017
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Hanish, LLC, seeks authority from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of New Hampshire to continue using cash collateral for the
fourth interim period, from April 1, 2017 through June 30, 2017.

The Debtor owns and operates a 59-unit Fairfield Inn and Suites by
Marriott Hotel, at 8 Bell Avenue, Hooksett, NH. The Debtor requires
the use of cash collateral, mostly in the form of hotel room
rentals for the fourth interim period, or else, its business would
be forced to shut down and evict customers, thereby subjecting the
business to significant franchise penalties if operations
terminate.

Under its franchise agreement with Marriott, the Debtor is required
to improve the Hotel by refurbishing the Hotel, called Property
Improvement Plan or PIP.

The proposed budget for April to June 2017 reflects total expenses
in the aggregate amount of $645,706, which amount consists of
$515,675 operating expenses and $130,031 payroll and related other
expenses. The Budget provides for payment of $154,450 of PIP
expense during the Fourth Interim Period.   

Pursuant to the Third Interim Cash Collateral Order, the Debtor has
been authorized to purchase materials in relation to the PIP. The
Debtor originally estimated the PIP would cost $670,000. Now, the
Debtor needs to pay contractors in the Fourth Interim Period to
install the materials previously purchased per Court Order.

Phoenix NPL, LLC has purchased the loans underlying the Hotel and
the Debtor evidenced by, among other things, a Construction Loan
Agreement, a Promissory Note in the original principal amount of
$5,900,000 and a Second Promissory Note in the original principal
amount of $450,000 from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation,
as Receiver for The National Republic Bank of Chicago, the original
lender of the Debtor. Subsequently, Phoenix NPL assigned the Loans
to Phoenix REO, LLC.

As adequate protection, the Debtor proposes to continue paying
Phoenix REO $20,000 per month. In addition, Phoenix REO has the
guaranty of Nayan Patel as additional adequate protection, which
additional security is worth approximately $2,000,000.
Post-Petition real estate taxes will be paid through the Budget.
The Debtor further proposes to provide Phoenix REO with a
replacement lien in its assets consistent with its pre-petition
lien, including hotel rents.

A full-text copy of the Debtor's Motion, dated March 13, 2017, is
available at https://is.gd/AtKQAY

A copy of the Debtor's Budget is available at https://is.gd/llJrMM


                    About Hanish, LLC

Hanish, LLC, owns and operates a 59-unit Fairfield Inn & Suites by
Marriott in Hooksett, N.H.  The company sought Chapter 11
protection (Bankr. D. N.H. Case No. 16-10602) on April 26, 2016,
and is represented by Steven M. Notinger, Esq., at Notinger Law,
PLLC.  The petition was signed by Nayan Patel, managing member.
Judge Bruce A. Harwood presides over the case.

The Debtor estimated its assets and debts at $1 million to $10
million at the time of the filing.  A list of the Debtor's 20
largest unsecured creditors is available for free at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/nhb16-10602.pdf    


HANISH LLC: Unsecured Creditors to Get Paid $75,000 in 7-10 Years
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Hanish, LLC, filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District
of New Hampshire a third disclosure statement for the Debtor's
third plan of reorganization dated March 15, 2017.

A hearing to consider the approval of the Disclosure Statement is
set for April 12, 2017, at 11:00 a.m.

General Unsecured Claims over $5,000 will be paid as follows:
$7,500 per year on the first anniversary of the Effective Date for
7-10 consecutive years (depending upon the amount of claims) will
constitute complete payment under the Plan -- a total payment of
approximately $75,000 for the term of the Plan.  The dividend is
100% for larger unsecured claims.  Claims in Class 4 are impaired.


Nayan Patel -- the founding member of JHM, majority owner of the
Debtor and a guarantor of Phoenix, REO, LLC's debt -- will
additionally provide up to a $199,219 line of credit to the Debtor.
At the time of Confirmation there will be fully funded the cash
payment and any projected deficits in the Confirmation Budget in
addition to the guarantys of Nayan Patel and JHM.  The Patel
guaranty will be secured by, among other things, his interest in
Bijal Hospitality, LLC, an entity which owns hotels in Texas.  Mr.
Patel's interest in this entity is believed to be worth
approximately $2 million.  There are multiple layers of payments
and guaranties to provide a strong backstop in the unlikely event
Debtor is not able to make payments under this Plan.

The Third Disclosure Statement is available at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/nhb16-10602-229.pdf

                         About Hanish

Hanish, LLC, owns and operates a 59-unit Fairfield Inn & Suites by
Marriott in Hooksett, N.H.  The company sought Chapter 11
protection (Bankr. D. N.H. Case No. 16-10602) on April 26, 2016,
and is represented by Steven M. Notinger, Esq., at Notinger Law,
PLLC.  The petition was signed by Nayan Patel, managing member.
Judge Bruce A. Harwood presides over the case.

The Debtor estimated its assets and debts at $1 million to $10
million at the time of the filing.  A list of the Debtor's 20
largest unsecured creditors is available for free at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/nhb16-10602.pdf


HILLCREST INC: Asks Court Authorization on Cash Collateral Use
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Hillcrest, Inc., asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western
District of Missouri for authorization to use cash collateral.

The Debtor owns a retail center located at 6801 N. Oak Trafficway,
Gladstone, MO 64118, which leases space to commercial tenants.  The
Debtor's income is derived solely from rental income which is
approximately $9,889 per month.

The Debtor is indebted to Clay County Savings Bank in the
approximate amount of $553,534, which indebtedness is secured by
first mortgage against the Debtor's real property as well as the
rents derived from the leases thereof.  As such, Clay County
Savings Bank holds claims against Debtor's accounts and accounts
receivable.

The Debtor proposes using the cash collateral to pay its operating
expenses and to tender monthly adequate protection payments to Clay
County Savings Bank until confirmation of a Plan.  In addition, the
Debtor proposes to grant Clay County Savings Bank a post-petition
replacement lien in an amount equal to the cash collateral used.

The proposed Budget reflects minimal monthly expenses of
approximately $306 for water and trash pickup. The proposed Budget
also lists other expenses, first mortgage in the amount of $7,100.

Bond Purchase, LLC, claims a second mortgage lien against the
property in an amount which Debtor asserts to be approximately
$115,000.  However, the Debtor disputes Bond Purchase's claim and
is currently engaged in a litigation pending in the Circuit Court
of Clay County, Missouri, over that alleged claim.

A full-text copy of the Debtor's Motion, dated March 8, 2017, is
available at http://tinyurl.com/kvs7nyy

                        About Hillcrest, Inc.

Hillcrest, Inc., filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. W.D. Mo. Case
No. 17-40574) on March 6, 2017.  The petition was signed by Randall
L. Robb, president.  The case is assigned to Judge Dennis R. Dow.
The Debtor is represented by Joanne B. Stutz, Esq., at Evans &
Mullinix, P.A.  At the time of filing, the Debtor had $1.47 million
in total assets and $665,127 in total liabilities.


HILTZ WASTE: May Use Cash Collateral Until March 29
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The Hon. Joan N. Feeney of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Massachusetts has extended Hiltz Waste Disposal, Inc.'s
use of cash collateral.

As reported by the Troubled Company Reporter on Feb. 6, 2017, Judge
Feeney authorized the Debtor to use cash collateral on an interim
basis until Feb. 27, 2017, for its operations consistent with and
up to the amounts set forth in the Debtor's most recent cash flow
projection.

A final hearing on the use of cash collateral is set for March 29,
2017, at 10:30 a.m.  Objections must be filed by March 27, 2017, at
4:30 p.m.  

The Debtor is given until March 24, 2017, at 4:30 p.m. to file an
actual income and expense financial statement compared to its
budget for the period of March 1, 2017.  The Debtor filed on March
22, 2017, the actual income and expense financial statement, a copy
of which is available at:

          http://bankrupt.com/misc/mab16-13459-109.pdf

The Debtor is authorized to expend cash, deposits, and cash
equivalents for its operations consistent with and up to the
amounts set forth in the Debtor's most recent cash flow projection,
and only through the date of a further hearing on the Debtor's
request and subject to further court order.  

The Debtor is directed to make adequate protection payments to
First Ipswich Bank, starting Dec. 1, 2016, in the amount of $34,000
per month.  

The Debtor is authorized to pay monthly rent of $10,000 to Kondelin
Road, LLC, for its use and occupancy of premises located at 24 and
25 Kondelin Road, Gloucester, Massachusetts.  

                  About Hiltz Waste Disposal

Hiltz Waste Disposal, Inc., filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D.
Mass. Case No. 16-13459) on Sept. 7, 2016.  The petition was signed
by Deborah S. Hiltz, president.  The case is assigned to Judge Joan
N. Feeny.  At the time of the filing, the Debtor estimated assets
and liabilities at $1 million to $10 million.  

The Debtor is represented by Aaron S. Todrin, Esq., at Sassoon &
Cymrot, LLP.   The Debtor employed Silverman, Avila & Gershaw, CPAs
as accountants.

The Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors of Hiltz Waste
Disposal, Inc., employed Morrissey Wilson & Zafiropoulos, LLP, as
counsel to the Committee, effective as of Oct. 19, 2016.


HOOPER HOLMES: Brio Capital Owns 6.2% Equity Stake as of March 20
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In a Schedule 13G filed with the Securities and Exchange
Commission, Brio Capital Master Fund Ltd. and Brio Capital
Management LLC disclosed that as of March 20, 2017, they
beneficially own 757,279 shares of common stock of Hooper Holmes,
Inc. representing 6.2 percent based on 12,161,349 shares of common
stock outstanding as of March 20, 2017.  A full-text copy of the
regulatory filing is available for free at https://is.gd/Pqf7Q1

                     About Hooper Holmes

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

Hooper Holmes reported a net loss of $10.32 million on $34.27
million of revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016, compared to a
net loss of $10.87 million on $32.11 million of revenues for the
year ended Dec. 31, 2015.  As of Dec. 31, 2016, Hooper Holmes had
$14.25 million in total assets, $17.11 million in total liabilities
and a total stockholders' deficit of $2.86 million.

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


HOOPER HOLMES: Holds Presentations to Discuss Planned Merger
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Hooper Holmes, Inc. made the first of a series of planned road show
presentations to investors to discuss the Company's business and
the proposed merger of a subsidiary of the Company with Provant
Health Solutions LLC.  The Corporate Fact Sheet and slide show used
in these presentations are available for free at:

                      https://is.gd/5b5v2v
                      https://is.gd/jyvaQC

In connection with the previously disclosed proposed merger with
Provant, the Company has filed a registration statement on Form S-4
with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including a proxy
statement/prospectus, but the registration statement has not yet
become effective.

"Shareholders of the Company are urged to read these materials
because they contain important information about the Company,
Provant, and the proposed merger.  The proxy statement/prospectus
and other documents filed by the Company with the SEC may be
obtained free of charge at the SEC web site at www.sec.gov.  In
addition, investors and security holders may obtain free copies of
the documents filed with the SEC by the Company by directing a
written request to: Hooper Holmes, Inc., 560 N. Rogers Road,
Olathe, Kansas 66062, Attention: Legal Department.  Shareholders of
the Company are urged to read the proxy statement/prospectus and
the other relevant materials before making any voting or investment
decision with respect to the proposed merger."

The Company and its directors and executive officers and Provant
and its directors and executive officers may be deemed to be
participants in the solicitation of proxies from the shareholders
of the Company in connection with the proposed merger.  Information
regarding the special interests of these directors and executive
officers in the merger is included in the proxy
statement/prospectus referred to above.  Additional information
regarding the directors and executive officers of the Company is
also included in the Company's Annual Report on Form 10-K for the
year ended Dec. 31, 2016, which is available free of charge at the
SEC web site (www.sec.gov).

                     About Hooper Holmes

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

Hooper Holmes reported a net loss of $10.32 million on $34.27
million of revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016, compared to a
net loss of $10.87 million on $32.11 million of revenues for the
year ended Dec. 31, 2015.  As of Dec. 31, 2016, Hooper Holmes had
$14.25 million in total assets, $17.11 million in total liabilities
and a total stockholders' deficit of $2.86 million.

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


HOUSTON AMERICAN: Remains Noncompliant with NYSE MKT Listing Rule
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Houston American Energy Corp. announced receipt of notification
from the NYSE MKT LLC that the Company continues to be out of
compliance with certain NYSE MKT continued listing standards
relating to stockholders' equity.

Specifically, the Deficiency Letter indicated that the Company
continues to be out of compliance with Section 1003(a)(iii) of the
NYSE MKT Company Guide (requiring stockholders' equity of $6.0
million or more if it has reported losses from continuing
operations and/or net losses in its five most recent fiscal years)
and is also out of compliance with Section 1003(a)(ii) (requiring
stockholders' equity of $4.0 or more if it has reported losses from
continuing operations and/or net loss in its four most recent
fiscal years).  As of Dec. 31, 2016, the Company had stockholders'
equity of $2.86 million.

As previously reported, the Company has submitted a plan to regain
compliance with NYSE MKT listing standards.  If the Company does
not regain compliance with those standards by Sept. 18, 2017, or
does not make progress consistent with the plan, the NYSE MKT staff
may commence delisting proceedings.  The Company's common stock
continues to be listed on the NYSE MKT during the plan period.

The Company's common stock will continue to trade under the symbol
"HUSA," with the added designation of ".BC" to indicate that the
Company is not in compliance with the NYSE MKT's listing standards.
The NYSE MKT notification does not affect the Company's business
operations or its SEC reporting requirements and does not conflict
with or cause an event of default under any of the Company's
material agreements.

The Company also announced the inclusion of a going concern
qualification in the audit opinion relating to the Company's
audited consolidated financial statement at and for the year ended
Dec. 31, 2016, which financial statements are included in the
Company's Annual Report on Form 10-K filed with the Securities and
Exchange Commission on March 16, 2017.

               About Houston American Energy Corp.

Based in Houston, Texas, Houston American Energy Corp.
(NYSEMKT:HUSA) -- http://www.HoustonAmericanEnergy.com/-- is an
independent energy company with interests in oil and natural gas
wells, minerals and prospects.  The Company's business strategy
includes a property mix of producing and non-producing assets with
a focus on Texas, Louisiana and Colombia.

Houston American reported a net loss of $2.64 million on $165,910
of oil and gas revenue for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016, compared
to a net loss of $3.83 million on $429,435 of oil and gas revenue
for the year ended Dec. 31, 2015.  As of Dec. 31, 2016, Houston
American had $2.94 million in total assets, $88,571 in total
liabilities and $2.85 million in total shareholders' equity.

GBH CPAs, PC, in Houston, Texas -- www.gbhcpas.com -- issued a
"going concern" qualification on the consolidated financial
statements for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016, noting that the
Company has suffered recurring losses from operations, which raises
substantial doubt about its ability to continue as a going
concern.


III EXPLORATION: Hires ERM-West as Environmental Consultant
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III Exploration II LP seeks authorization from the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the District of Utah to employ ERM-West, Inc., as
environmental consultant.

On March 8, 2017, the Court approved the sale of the Debtor's
Western Uintah Basin Property to Crescent Point Energy U.S. Corp.

In moving forward toward a closing of the Sale, Crescent Point has
notified the Debtor of some potential environmental defects
relating to some of the Assets.

According to the Debtor, the services of ERM are necessary to
enable the Debtor to complete the Sale to Crescent Point.
Specifically, the Debtor requires the assistance of an
environmental consultant in order to provide an independent opinion
of alleged environmental defects and to provide additional
technical environmental support in connection with the Sale.

The Debtor will compensate ERM based upon ERM's normal hourly
rates.  ERM's customary rates in matters of this type are
approximately $80-$350 an hour.

The Debtor will provide ERM with a $5,000 retainer.

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

Brent Robinson, partner at ERM-West, Inc., 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 Debtor and its estates.

ERM may be reached at:

     Brent Robinson
     ERM-West, Inc.
     136 East South Temple, Suite 2150
     Salt Lake City, UT
     Tel: (801) 204-4305 (direct)
     Tel: (801) 204 4300
     Fax: (801) 595 8484

               About III Exploration II LP

III Exploration II LP and its general partner, Petroglyph Energy,
Inc., are headquartered in Boise, Idaho.  III Exploration II is
engaged in the exploration and production of oil and natural gas
deposits, primarily in the Uinta Basin in Utah.  III Exploration
also has an interest in approximately 42,100 undeveloped acres in
the Raton Basin located in Colorado, and participates in joint
ventures with respect to properties in the Williston Basin in North
Dakota.

III Exploration filed a chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D. Utah Case
No. 16-26471) on July 26, 2016.  The petition was signed by Paul R.
Powell, president.  The Debtor estimated assets at $50 million to
$100 million and debt at $100 million to $500 million.

The case is assigned to Judge R. Kimball Mosier.  

The Debtor tapped George Hofmann, Esq., Steven C. Strong, Esq.,
and Adam H. Reiser, Esq., at Cohne Kinghorn, P.C., to serve as its
general counsel; and A. John Davis, Esq., at Holland & Hart LLP to
serve as special counsel.  Tudor Pickering Holt & Co. has been
tapped as investment banker.  Donlin Recano & Company Inc. acts as
claims and noticing agent.


INDIANA REGIONAL: Moody's Alters Ratings Outlook to Stable
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Moody's Investors Service affirms Indiana Regional Medical Center's
Ba1 affecting $34.2 million of debt issued through the Indiana
County Hospital Authority. The rating outlook is revised to stable
from negative.

The Ba1 acknowledges improvement in operating performance following
several years of weaker and variable margins. The improved results
recorded in the second half of FYE 2016 and through interim FY 2017
are largely due to stabilization in volumes, material growth in
surgeries and outpatient activity and various expense reduction
initiatives which are expected to continue. Improved results also
contribute to the restoration of the balance sheet, a key credit
strength, following a large equity contribution to the ambulatory
and campus construction. IRMC remains challenged by its small size,
proximity to highly competitive Pittsburgh market, debt structure
risks and a large underfunded pension liability.

Rating Outlook

The stable outlook reflects expectation of maintenance of improved
cash-flow and liquidity which tempers the immediate risk of
covenant violations. With major capital projects and construction
complete, Moody's expects IRMC to continue to deleverage over
time.

Factors that Could Lead to an Upgrade

Restored and sustained operating margins to levels
consistent with the Baa3 medians

Continued growth in liquidity

Marked enterprise growth

Factors that Could Lead to a Downgrade

Increased leverage

Inability to generate cash-flow sufficient to meet
operating needs and sustain current balance sheet metrics

Narrowing headroom to covenants

Legal Security

The Series 2014 fixed and variable rate bonds are secured by a
Gross Revenue Pledge made by the Obligated Group comprised of
Indiana Regional Medical Center and Indiana Healthcare Physician
Services, Inc. The Members of the Obligated Group are jointly and
severally obligated on all Obligations, which are issued pursuant
to the Master Indenture. There is a Mortgage provided to Master
Trustee, and a Debt Service Reserve Fund for the 2014A Bonds.

Use of Proceeds

Not applicable

Obligor Profile

Indiana Healthcare Corporation and Affiliates, d/b/a Indiana
Regional Medical Center (IRMC) is a single-hospital system with 164
licensed beds, 60 miles northeast of Pittsburgh, in Indiana
Borough, PA, the county seat of Indiana County. IRMC is the leading
healthcare provider in its primary service area and the county and
is designated as a Sole Community Hospital by the Center for
Medicare and Medicaid Services of the U.S. Department of Health and
Human Services.

Methodology

The principal methodology used in this rating was Not-For-Profit
Healthcare Rating Methodology published in November 2015.


INT'L SHIPHOLDING: Southern Recycling Buying Vessel for $740K
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Judge Stuart M. Bernstein of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Southern District of New York will convene a hearing on April 11,
2017, at 10:00 a.m. (PET), to consider the sale by International
Shipholding Corp., and U.S. United Ocean Services, LLC, of their
vessel and its associated tug, the Louisiana Enterprise (USCG
Official No. 667454) and the Coastal 101 (USCG Official No. 544994)
("Louisiana Enterprise") to Southern Recycling, L.L.C., for
$740,000, subject to adjustments.

Any responses to the Motion must be made no later than April 4,
2017 at 4:00 p.m. (PET).

As the Court is aware, the Debtors are nearing completion of their
two-pronged approach in the chapter 11 cases in order to maximize
the value of the Debtors' estates: (i) execute the sale process for
the majority of the assets contained in one of their four business
segments, the "Specialty Business Segment," and (ii) obtain
confirmation of the Plan with a plan sponsor to reorganize the
Debtors' remaining three business segments.  The Court approved the
Specialty Business Sale to J Line Corp. on the record at the
hearing on Dec. 20, 2016, and entered an order approving the sale
on Dec. 30, 2016.

With respect to the remainder of the Debtors' business segments,
the Debtors entered into a restructuring support agreement with the
sponsor of the Plan as approved by the Court on Nov. 21, 2016.  The
Plan involves, among other things, (i) the issuance of new equity
in the reorganized Debtors to SEACOR in exchange for a $10.5
million cash infusion from SEACOR, which amount may, under certain
circumstances be increased to $13.5 million, and the conversion of
100% of the Debtors' $18.1 million outstanding debtor-in-possession
financing claims; (ii) $25 million in a new senior debt exit
facility, a substantial majority of which will be used to satisfy
creditor claims under the Plan; (iii) the purchase and transfer by
the Company of two leased pure car/truck carrier vessels, together
with the transfer of additional pure car/truck carrier vessels
currently owned by the Debtors, to NYK Group Americas, Inc. (or its
nominee); (iv) the sale of certain vessels not being transferred to
SEACOR, including the Louisiana Enterprise; and (iv) assumption of
certain of the Debtors' key prepetition contracts.

Specifically, with respect to Regions Bank, the Plan provides that
the Louisiana Enterprise, along with an additional vessel and an
associated tug, will either be sold by the Debtors or will serve as
collateral for a non-recourse note ("Regions Note") issued to
Regions Bank on the Effective Date.

In addition, Regions Bank's consent is required prior to any
disposition of the Louisiana Enterprise, unless the proposed
sale(s) are reasonably expected to generate proceeds sufficient to
satisfy the Regions Note in full.  Finally, SEACOR can elect to
have the Louisiana Enterprise transferred to a liquidating trust
for the benefit of the Regions Facility Claims.  Based on
discussions with Regions Bank, the Debtors have continued to market
the Louisiana Enterprise for sale and have obtained the agreement
of the Buyer to purchase the vessel.

The Louisiana Enterprise is an Articulated Tug Barge Unit owned by
Debtor U.S. United Ocean Services.  The Louisiana Enterprise is a
U.S.-flagged Jones Act-eligible vessel that is registered in Tampa,
Florida with a 33,000-ton capacity, is presently laid up, and has
been inactive for the past year.  The Louisiana Enterprise was
constructed in 1984 and the Coastal 101 tug in 1973.

The Louisiana Enterprise is part of the collateral under a senior
secured credit facility with a syndicate of lenders led by Regions
Bank pursuant to that certain Credit Agreement, dated as of Sept.
24, 2013, with Regions Bank, as administrative agent and collateral
agent, and Regions Bank, Capital One, N.A., Branch Banking and
Trust Company, and Whitney Bank, as lenders.  The vessel secures
Regions Bank's claim of $59.25 million in these chapter 11 cases.

Further, under the Final DIP Order, DVB Bank SE and the DIP DIP
Lenders, hold a first priority, senior security interest against
the Louisiana Enterprise and a junior security interests in the
Debtors' encumbered property, including the Louisiana Enterprise.

Since 2014, the Debtor has encountered certain challenges related
to complying with debt covenants and overall liquidity restraints.
In an attempt to strengthen its financial position, on Oct. 21,
2015, the Board of Directors of ISH approved the Strategic Plan to
restructure the Debtor by focusing on its 3 core segments--the
Jones Act, PCTC, and Rail Ferry segments--  with the objective to
reduce debt to more manageable levels and to increase liquidity.
Since that date, the Debtor has modified the Strategic Plan in
response to new developments, including efforts to sell assets and
ongoing discussions with its lenders, lessors, directors, and
others.  In tandem with these efforts, the Debtors also marketed
the Louisiana Enterprise for sale prior to the Petition Date.

In approximately January 2017, the Debtors together with their
financial advisors, Blackhill Partners, LLC, identified and reached
out to 7 potential buyers for the Louisiana Enterprise.  After
ongoing, arm's-length negotiations, and research into the market
for the Louisiana Enterprise, the Debtors determined that the offer
from the Buyer reflected in the Memorandum of Agreement ("MOA") to
be the best offer and otherwise appropriate under the
circumstances.

Although the Debtors did not conduct a Court-authorized sale
process to market the Louisiana Enterprise, they conducted an
analysis of recent comparable sales and they contacted brokers
regarding the Buyer's offer.  The Debtors also discussed the
proposal with Regions Banks and SEACOR.  As the result of this
inquiry, the Debtors have determined that the Buyer's offer is
higher than any offer that the Debtors could reasonable expect to
obtain after additional marketing or establishing auction
procedures.

Given the prepetition marketing of the Louisiana Enterprise, the
state of the secondary vessel market, the current condition of the
Louisiana Enterprise, the notice of the Debtors' intention to
liquidate the Louisiana Enterprise contained in the Plan, and the
fact that the proposed sale will not require the payment of a
broker fee, the Debtors do not believe that they have a realistic
chance of obtaining a better offer than the offer reflected in the
MOA.  The Debtors therefore believe it is in the best interests of
their estates and creditors to enter into an asset purchase
agreement with the Buyer.

The salient terms of the MOA are:

   a. Assets: Louisiana Enterprise (USCG Official No. 667454) and
Coastal 101 (USCG Official No. 544994)

   b. Purchaser: Southern Recycling, L.L.C.

   c. Debtor Seller: U.S. United Ocean Services, LLC

   d. Purchase Price: $740,000 (subject to adjustment at the time
of closing to account for actual market price but which will be
adjusted downward to no less than $650,000)

   e. Extraordinary Provisions of MOA/Sale Order: (i) The Debtors
do not intend on holding an auction, and (ii) Order seeks relief
from Bankruptcy Rule 6004(h).

   f. Releases: Sale "as is, where is"

   g. Other: The Buyer deposited a 5% earnest money deposit in a
segregated account with Regions Bank simultaneously with execution
of the MOA.

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

    
http://bankrupt.com/misc/International_Shipbuilding_698_Sales.pdf

The Debtors have discussed the sale of the Louisiana Enterprise
pursuant to the MOA with Regions Bank, the DIP Agent, and the
Committee.  Regions Bank and the DIP Agent have consented, and the
Committee does not object, to the proposed sale.

The Debtors have articulated a clear business justification for
entering into the sale transaction for the Louisiana Enterprise.
The Plan, which has been confirmed but has not yet been declared
effective, allows for the sale of the Louisiana Enterprise.
Accordingly, the Debtors ask entry of an Order authorizing them to
consummate the sale of the Louisiana Enterprise pursuant to the MOA
free of clear of all liens, claims, and encumbrances.

Time is of the essence in consummating the sale, and the Debtors
and the Buyer intend to close on the sale transaction as soon as
reasonably practicable.  Accordingly, the Debtors request that the
Court waive the 14-day stay imposed by Bankruptcy Rule 6004(h), as
the exigent nature of the relief sought justifies immediate
relief.
              
                 About International Shipholding

International Shipholding Corp. 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.

International Shipholding Corp. was engaged in waterborne cargo
transportation and maintained a diversified customer base with
emphasis on medium and long term contracts. ISH was founded in
1947 when the Johnsen family purchased a Liberty Ship after the
establishment of the War Ship Act of 1946 and became a public
company in 1979. Through its Debtor and non-Debtor subsidiaries,
International Shipholding now operates a diversified fleet of 21
U.S. and foreign flag vessels that provide domestic and
international maritime transportation services to commercial and
governmental customers primarily under medium to long-term
contracts.  As of the Petition Date, International Shipholding
maintained offices in Mobile, Alabama, New Orleans, Louisiana, New
York, New York, and Tampa, Florida, as well as a network of
agencies in major cities worldwide.

ISH, which was formed as a Delaware corporation in 1978 and became
a public company in 1979, is the ultimate corporate parent of the
International Shipholding family of companies. International
Shipholding's fleet is operated by ISH's principal Debtor and
non-Debtor subsidiaries, including Central Gulf Lines, Inc.,
Waterman Steamship Corporation, Enterprise Ship Company, Inc.,
U.S.
United Ocean Services, LLC, CG Railway, Inc., LCI Shipholdings,
Inc., Sulphur Carriers, Inc., and East Gulf
Shipholding, Inc.  Certain other of ISH's Debtor subsidiaries,
including LMS Shipmanagement, Inc. and N. W. Johnsen & Co., Inc.,
provide ship management, ship charter brokerage, agency and other
specialized services. C.G. Railway Inc., Cape Holding LTD, Dry
Bulk
Cape Holding, Inc., East Gulf Shipholding, Inc., MPV Netherlands
C.V., MPV Netherlands Cooperatief U.A., MPV Netherlands B.V., Bulk
Shipholding Inc., and Terminales Transgolfo S.A. de C.V. are not
debtors in these Chapter 11 cases.

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 $305.1 million and total
debts at $226.8 million as of March 31, 2016.

William K. Harrington, the U.S. Trustee for the Southern District
of New York, on Sept. 1, 2016, appointed three creditors to serve
on the official committee of unsecured creditors of International
Shipholding Corporation. The committee hires Pachulski Stang Ziehl
& Jones LLP as counsel, and AMA Capital Partners, LLC as financial
advisor.

On Dec. 28, 2016, the Debtors filed their first amended joint
Chapter 11 plan of reorganization.  Class 7 general unsecured
creditors are expected to recover 7% of their claims, according to
the filing.


INTREPID POTASH: Cantor Buys 50.1 Million Common Shares
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Intrepid Potash, Inc., entered into an underwriting agreement on
March 15, 2017, with Cantor Fitzgerald & Co., as the sole
underwriter, which provides for the issuance and sale by the
Company, and the purchase by the Underwriter, of an aggregate of
43,541,667 shares of the Company's common stock, par value $0.001
per share, at a price of $1.1537 per share, after underwriting
discounts and commissions.  The Company also granted the
Underwriter a 30-day option to purchase up to an additional
6,531,250 shares of Common Stock.  

On March 16, 2017, the Underwriter exercised in full its option to
purchase the Option Shares, increasing the aggregate number of
shares issued in connection with the offering to 50,072,917 shares
of Common Stock.  The Common Stock has been registered under the
Securities Act of 1933, as amended, pursuant to the Company's
Registration Statement on Form S-3 (File No. 333-209888), filed
with the Securities and Exchange Commission on March 2, 2016, and a
prospectus, which consists of a base prospectus, filed with the
Commission on March 2, 2016, a preliminary prospectus supplement,
filed with the Commission on March 15, 2017, and a final prospectus
supplement, dated March 15, 2017.  The offering closed on March 21,
2017.  The Company intends to use the net proceeds from the
offering to partially repay indebtedness outstanding under the
Company's senior notes and for general corporate purposes.

The Underwriting Agreement contains customary representations,
warranties and agreements by the Company, including obligations of
the Company to indemnify the Underwriter for certain liabilities
under the Securities Act.

                       About Intrepid

Intrepid Potash -- http://www.intrepidpotash.com/-- is the only
U.S. producer of muriate of potash and supplied approximately 9% of
the country's annual consumption in 2015.  Potash is applied as an
essential nutrient for healthy crop development, utilized in
several industrial applications and used as an ingredient in animal
feed.  Intrepid also produces a specialty fertilizer, Trio(R),
which delivers three key nutrients, potassium, magnesium, and
sulfate, in a single particle.

Intrepid serves diverse customers in markets where a logistical
advantage exists; and is a leader in the utilization of solar
evaporation production, one of the lowest cost, environmentally
friendly production methods for potash.  After the idling of its
West mine in July 2016, Intrepid's production will come from three
solar solution potash facilities and one conventional underground
Trio(R) mine.

Intrepid Potash reported a net loss of $66.63 million on $210.94
million of sales for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016, compared to a
net loss of $524.77 million on $287.18 million of sales for the
year ended Dec. 31, 2015.  As of Dec. 31, 2016, Intrepid had
$540.90 million in total assets, $177.53 million in total
liabilities and $363.37 million in total stockholders' equity.


ISAACSON IMPLEMENT: Seeks to Hire Rich Advice as Consultant
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Isaacson Implement Company, Inc. seeks approval from the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the District of Minnesota to hire a
consultant.

The Debtor proposes to hire Rich Advice, LLC to prepare budget and
business plans, find an alternative source of financing, and assist
in finding a partner to purchase or invest in its business.

Richard Weller of Rich Advice will charge an hourly fee of $77 for
his services.

Mr. Weller disclosed in a court filing that his firm does not hold
or represent any interest adverse to the Debtor's bankruptcy
estate.

The firm can be reached through:

     Richard J. Weller
     Rich Advice, LLC
     15064 Portland Ave.
     Burnsville, MN 55306-5530

                About Isaacson Implement Company

Based in Nerstrand, Minnesota, Isaacson Implement Company, Inc.
sought protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr.
D. Minn. Case No. 17-30382) on February 10, 2017.  The petition was
signed by David Isaacson, president.  

At the time of the filing, the Debtor disclosed $5.92 million in
assets and $1.84 million in liabilities.  

The case is assigned to Judge William J Fisher.  The Debtor is
represented by Mark J. Kalla, Esq., at Lapp, Libra, Thomson,
Stoebner & Pusch, Chartered.


ISAACSON IMPLEMENT: Taps Judd Ostermann as Accountant
-----------------------------------------------------
Isaacson Implement Company, Inc. seeks approval from the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the District of Minnesota to hire an
accountant.

The Debtor proposes to hire Judd, Ostermann & Demro, Ltd. to
prepare supporting financial analysis for its bankruptcy plan, and
provide other accounting services related to its Chapter 11 case.

Gary Demro, a certified public accountant, will charge an hourly
fee of $180 for his services.

Mr. Demro disclosed in a court filing that he and his firm do not
hold or represent any interest adverse to the Debtor's bankruptcy
estate.

The firm can be reached through:

     Gary Demro
     Judd, Ostermann & Demro, Ltd.
     2209 Bard Ave.
     Fairbault, MN 55021
     Phone: (507) 334-5516

                About Isaacson Implement Company

Based in Nerstrand, Minnesota, Isaacson Implement Company, Inc.
sought protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr.
D. Minn. Case No. 17-30382) on February 10, 2017.  The petition was
signed by David Isaacson, president.  

At the time of the filing, the Debtor disclosed $5.92 million in
assets and $1.84 million in liabilities.  

The case is assigned to Judge William J Fisher.  The Debtor is
represented by Mark J. Kalla, Esq., at Lapp, Libra, Thomson,
Stoebner & Pusch, Chartered.


J CREW GROUP: Incurs $23.5 Million Net Loss in Fiscal 2016
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J.Crew Group, Inc., filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange
Commission its annual report on Form 10-K disclosing a net loss of
$23.51 million on $2.42 billion of total revenues for the year
ended Jan. 28, 2017, compared to a net loss of $1.24 billion on
$2.50 billion of total revenues last year.

For the fourth quarter of fiscal 2016, the Company recorded net
income of $1.05 million on $694.98 million of total revenues
compared to a net loss of $7.03 million on $710.95 million of total
revenues for the fourth quarter of 2015.

As of Jan. 28, 2017, J. Crew had $1.43 billion in total assets,
$2.21 billion in total liabilities and a total stockholders'
deficit of $786.21 million.

Millard Drexler, chairman and chief executive officer, commented,
"While the overall retail environment remains challenging, we
continue our disciplined management of expenses and inventory and
remain focused on delivering the very best, iconic J.Crew and
Madewell products our customers love across all channels.  As a
team, we are taking important steps to drive improved operational
excellence across the company."

Cash and cash equivalents were $132.2 million compared to $87.8
million at the end of the fourth quarter last year.

                        ABL Refinancing

In the fourth quarter of fiscal 2016, the Company amended its ABL
Facility to, among other things, extend the scheduled maturity date
from Dec. 10, 2019, to Nov. 17, 2021.  Average short-term
borrowings under the ABL Facility were $10.2 million and $17.5
million in fiscal 2016 and fiscal 2015, respectively.

                         Related Party

On Nov. 4, 2013, Chinos Intermediate Holdings A, Inc., an indirect
parent holding company of the Company, issued $500 million
aggregate principal of 7.75/8.50% Senior PIK Toggle Notes due
May 1, 2019.

The PIK Notes are (i) senior unsecured obligations of the Issuer,
(ii) structurally subordinated to all of the liabilities of the
Issuer's subsidiaries, and (iii) not guaranteed by any of the
Issuer's subsidiaries, and therefore are not recorded in the
financial statements of the Company.

During fiscal 2016, the Issuer made interest payments on the PIK
Notes by paying in kind at the PIK interest rate of 8.50% instead
of paying in cash.  On Oct. 28, 2016, the Issuer also delivered
notice to U.S. Bank N.A., as trustee, under the indenture governing
the PIK Notes, that with respect to the interest that will be due
on such notes on the May 1, 2017, interest payment date, the Issuer
will make such interest payment by paying in kind at the PIK
interest rate of 8.50% instead of paying in cash.  The PIK election
will increase the outstanding principal balance of the PIK Notes by
$23.1 million to $566.5 million.  Therefore, the Company will not
pay a dividend to the Issuer in the second quarter of fiscal 2017
to fund a semi-annual interest payment. Pursuant to the terms of
the indenture governing the PIK Notes, the Issuer intends to
evaluate this option prior to the beginning of each interest period
based on relevant factors at that time.

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

                      https://is.gd/bwHyqM

On March 13, 2017, J. Crew Operating Corp. entered into
confidentiality agreements with certain holders of the 7.75%/8.50%
Senior PIK Toggle Notes due May 1, 2019, issued by Chinos
Intermediate Holdings A, Inc., an indirect parent holding company
of the Company, regarding potential transactions to enchance the
Company's capital structure.  Pursuant to the Confidentiality
Agreements, the Ad Hoc PIK Noteholders were provided with
confidential information regarding the Company, which is available
for free at https://is.gd/J7glvE

On March 13, 2017, the Company made a proposal to the Ad Hoc PIK
Noteholders.  On March 17, 2017, the Ad Hoc PIK Noteholders made a
counterproposal to the Company, which is available for free at
https://is.gd/NKyvgI

The Confidentiality Agreements have expired and no agreement has
been reached among the parties.  There are no further discussions
scheduled at this time.  

                    About J.Crew Group, Inc.

J.Crew Group, Inc. -- www.jcrew.com/ -- is an internationally
recognized omni-channel retailer of women's, men's and children’s
apparel, shoes and accessories.  As of March 21, 2017, the Company
operates 281 J.Crew retail stores, 113 Madewell stores, jcrew.com,
jcrewfactory.com, the J.Crew catalog, madewell.com, the Madewell
catalog, and 180 factory stores (including 39 J.Crew Mercantile
stores).

                         *     *     *

As reported by the TCR on Dec. 16, 2016, S&P Global Ratings lowered
its corporate credit rating on the New York-based specialty
retailer J. Crew Group Inc. to 'CCC-' from 'B-'. "The downgrade
reflects our view that the company's suppressed debt trading prices
could culminate in a distressed debt buyback or debt exchange,"
said credit analyst Helena Song.


JA FAMILY: Plan Confirmation Hearing on April 26
------------------------------------------------
The Hon. Thomas J. Tucker of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Eastern District of Michigan has granted preliminary approval to JA
Family Enterprises, Inc.'s disclosure statement dated March 13,
2017.

The hearing on objections to final approval and confirmation of the
Debtor's second amended combined plan of reorganization and
disclosure statement will be held on April 26, 2017, at 11:00 a.m.

The deadline to return ballots on the Second Amended Plan, as well
as to file objections to final approval of the Disclosure Statement
and objections to confirmation of the Second Amended Plan, is April
17, 2017.

No later than April 21, 2017, Debtor must file a signed ballot
summary indicating the ballot count.

                   About JA Family Enterprises

JA Family Enterprises, Inc., sought protection under Chapter 11 of
the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. E.D. Mich. Case No. 16-51947) on Aug.
28, 2016.  The petition was signed by James Arnone, president.  The
Debtor is represented by David G. Dragich, Esq., at The Dragich Law
Firm PLLC.  At the time of the filing, the Debtor estimated assets
and liabilities at $100,001 to $500,000.


JACK COOPER: Incurs $33.3 Million Net Loss in 2016
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Jack Cooper Holdings Corp. filed with the Securities and Exchange
Commission its annual report on Form 10-K disclosing a net loss of
$33.27 million on $667.84 million of operating revenues for the
year ended Dec. 31, 2016, compared to a net loss of $69.91 million
on $728.58 million of operating revenues for the year ended
Dec. 31, 2015.

As of Dec. 31, 2016, Jack Cooper had $279.11 million in total
assets, $628.96 million in total liabilities and a total
stockholders' deficit of $349.85 million.

"Our cash is primarily generated from operations and specific
financing arrangements with lenders, customers and vendors.  Our
core cash requirements include operating expenses, capital
expenditures for equipment (including buyout payments under certain
equipment leases), payments under borrowing arrangements and
operating leases for equipment, deposits of cash collateral and
payments to workers' compensation, auto and general liability
insurers and withdrawal payments to multi-employer pension funds in
which we participate.  We project that cash generated by our
operating activities, borrowings under the Credit Facility, and
cash of $17.9 million as of December 31, 2016 will be sufficient to
satisfy our core cash needs for the twelve months following the
date the financial statements are issued.

"As of December 31, 2016, the Company has availability under the
Credit Facility of approximately $12.5 million.  However, our
ability to borrow these funds is limited to approximately $4.0
million pursuant to certain restrictions under the indenture
governing our 2020 Notes.  Changes in customer sales volumes can
impact our ability to borrow against our Credit Facility, which is
collateralized in-part by our customer account receivables. Because
the Credit Facility provides short term working capital needs as
necessary, we have classified borrowings thereunder within short
term liabilities on our consolidated balance sheets. As we repay
the $71.0 million outstanding under the Credit Facility at December
31, 2016, we may incur new borrowings for working capital needs and
expect to have an outstanding balance under the Credit Facility as
of December 31, 2017."

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

                    https://is.gd/Wf7JOG

                     About Jack Cooper

Jack Cooper Enterprises, Inc., is the direct parent of Jack Cooper
Holdings Corp., based in Kansas City, MO, a leading provider of
over-the-road transportation of automobiles, SUVs and light trucks
in the U.S. and Canada.

                        *    *    *

As reported by the TCR on Dec. 14, 2016, S&P Global Ratings said
that it has lowered its corporate credit rating on Kansas City,
Mo.-based Jack Cooper Holdings Corp. to 'SD' from 'CC'.  "The
downgrade follows Jack Cooper's announcement that it has
completed the exchange of its senior unsecured PIK toggle notes due
2019 for a combination of cash and warrants in a transaction that
we consider a distressed exchanged," said S&P Global credit analyst
Michael Durand.

In November 2016, Moody's Investors Service downgraded the ratings
of Jack Cooper Enterprises, Inc., including its Probability of
Default Rating ("PDR") to 'Ca-PD' from 'Caa2-PD' and its Corporate
Family Rating ("CFR") to 'Caa3' from 'Caa2'.


JACOBY ENTERPRISES: U.S. Trustee Unable to Appoint Committee
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An official committee of unsecured creditors has not yet been
appointed in the Chapter 11 case of Jacoby Enterprises, Inc., as of
March 22, according to a court docket.

Jacoby is represented by:

     Clinton A. Block, Esq.
     117 S. Chestnut Street
     Kewanee, IL 61443-2121
     Phone: (309) 853-5981
     Email: blockcalaw@hotmail.com

                    About Jacoby Enterprises

Jacoby Enterprises, Inc. sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. C.D. Ill. Case No. 17-80188) on February
15, 2017.  The petition was signed by Edward M. Jacoby, president.


At the time of the filing, the Debtor estimated assets of less than
$500,000 and liabilities of less than $50,000.


JEANETTE GUTIERREZ: Sale of San Antonio Property for $49K Approved
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Judge Craig A. Gargotta of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Western District of Texas authorized Jeanette M. Gutierrez's
private sale of real property located at 257 Longview Drive, San
Antonio, Texas, to David Smith for $48,500.

The sale is free and clear of all liens and interests, except for
ad valorem taxes.

No other liens will be paid absent further order from the Court.
The remaining proceeds from each sale, if any, will be held in
trust by the title insurance company that closes the sale, or by
the Debtor's attorney, David T. Cain, in trust in his IOLTA
account, pending further order of the Court.

The ad valorem tax lien for year 2016 and prior pertaining to the
subject property will attach to the sales proceeds and that the
closing agent will pay all ad valorem tax debt owed incident to the
subject property immediately upon closing and prior to any
disbursement of proceeds to any other person or entity.

The ad valorem taxes for year 2017 pertaining to the subject
property shall be prorated in accordance with the Real Estate
Purchase Contract and will become the responsibility of the
Purchaser and the year 2017 ad valorem tax lien will be retained
against the subject property until said taxes are paid in full.

The Order is not stayed pursuant to Bankruptcy Rule 6004(g).

                 About Jeanette M. Gutierrez

Jeanette M. Gutierrez and her spouse own and operate a couple of
businesses San Antonio, Texas, including GP Auto Sales, Inc.,
which is involved in used car sales; Gutierrez P. Enterprises,
LLC,
which owns and rents several residual rental properties in San
Antonio, Texas; and FCRE, Inc.

Jeanette M. Gutierrez sought Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. W.D.
Tex. Case No. 15-52100g) on Aug. 31, 2015.

The Debtor tapped David T. Cain, Esq., at the Law Office of David
T. Cain as counsel.


JEANETTE GUTIERREZ: Sale of San Antonio Property for $58K Approved
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Judge Craig A. Gargotta of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Western District of Texas authorized Jeanette M. Gutierrez's
private sale of real property located at 215 Longview Drive, San
Antonio, Texas, to Miguel Castaneda for $58,000.

The sale is free and clear of all liens and interests, except for
ad valorem taxes.

No other liens will be paid absent further order from the Court.
The remaining proceeds from each sale, if any, will be held in
trust by the title insurance company that closes the sale, or by
the Debtor's attorney, David T. Cain, in trust in his IOLTA
account, pending further order of the Court.

The ad valorem tax lien for year 2016 and prior pertaining to the
subject property will attach to the sales proceeds and that the
closing agent will pay all ad valorem tax debt owed incident to the
subject property immediately upon closing and prior to any
disbursement of proceeds to any other person or entity.

The ad valorem taxes for year 2017 pertaining to the subject
property will be prorated in accordance with the Real Estate
Purchase Contract and will become the responsibility of the
Purchaser and the year 2017 ad valorem tax lien will be retained
against the subject property until said taxes are paid in full.

The Order is not stayed pursuant to Bankruptcy Rule 6004(g).

                    About Jeanette M. Gutierrez

Jeanette M. Gutierrez and her spouse own and operate a couple of
businesses San Antonio, Texas, including GP Auto Sales, Inc.,
which is involved in used car sales; Gutierrez P. Enterprises,
LLC, which owns and rents several residual rental properties in
San
Antonio, Texas; and FCRE, Inc.

Jeanette M. Gutierrez sought Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. W.D.
Tex. Case No. 15-52100g) on Aug. 31, 2015.

The Debtor tapped David T. Cain, Esq., at the Law Office of David
T. Cain as counsel.


KALOBIOS PHARMACEUTICALS: Has Resale Prospectus of 7.3M Shares
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KaloBios Pharmaceuticals, Inc. filed a Form S-1 registration
statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission relating to
the resale or other disposition, from time to time, by entities
affiliated with Black Horse Capital LP, Nomis Bay LTD Cortleigh
Limited, H&M Ventures II LLC and Savant Neglected Diseases, LLC or
their pledgees, donees, transferees, or other successors in
interest of up to 7,347,035 shares of common stock, par value
$0.001, of KaloBios, which consist of (i) 7,147,035 shares of
common stock issued in connection with our emergence from
bankruptcy pursuant to an April 2016 securities purchase agreement;
and (ii) 200,000 shares of common stock issuable upon the exercise
of a common stock purchase warrant, issued to Savant Neglected
Diseases, LLC.

The selling stockholders may offer and sell any of the shares from
time to time in a number of different ways and at varying prices,
and may engage a broker, dealer or underwriter to sell the shares.
Information regarding the selling stockholders and the times and
manner in which they may offer and sell the shares under this
prospectus is provided under "Selling Stockholders" and "Plan of
Distribution" in this prospectus.  

The Company is not selling any common stock under this prospectus
and it will not receive any of the proceeds from the sale of any
shares of common stock by the selling stockholders.   However, the
Coompany will generate proceeds from any cash exercise of the
warrant.  All expenses of registration incurred in connection with
this offering are being borne by the Company.  All selling and
other expenses incurred by the selling stockholders will be borne
by the selling stockholders.

The Company's common stock is listed for quotation on the OTC Pink
marketplace operated by OTC Markets Group, Inc., under the symbol
"KBIO".  On March 14, 2017, the last reported sale price per share
of the Company's common stock on the OTC Pink marketplace was
$2.50.  
   
A full-text copy of the Form S-1 is available for free at:

                      https://is.gd/DUYz8b
                                                     
                About KaloBios Pharmaceuticals

Based in South San Francisco, Calif., KaloBios Pharmaceuticals,
Inc., is a biopharmaceutical company focused on the development of
monoclonal antibody therapeutics.

KaloBios Pharmaceuticals (Nasdaq: KBIO) on Dec. 29, 2015, filed a
voluntary petition for bankruptcy protection under Chapter 11 of
Title 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Del. Case
No. 15-12628).  The Company was represented by Eric D. Schwartz of
Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell.

Six months after its bankruptcy filing, KaloBios emerged from
Chapter 11 bankruptcy and has also acquired the rights from Savant
Neglected Diseases LLC to develop benznidazole for the treatment
of Chagas disease.

Kalobios reported a net loss of $27.01 million for the year ended
Dec. 31, 2016, compared to a net loss of $35.37 million for the
year ended Dec. 31, 2015.  As of Dec. 31, 2016, KaloBios had $4.71
million in total assets, $9.09 million in total liabilities and a
total stockholders' deficit of $4.37 million.

The Company's independent auditors expressed substantial doubt
about the Company's ability continue as a going concern in its
report on the consolidated financial statements for the year ended
Dec. 31, 2016, citing recurring losses operations.


KEN'S CUSTOM: Can Continue Using IRS Cash Collateral Until May 5
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Judge Deborah L. Thorne of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Northern District of Illinois authorized Ken's Custom Upholstery
Inc. to use the cash collateral of the Internal Revenue Service
through May 5, 2017.

The Debtor is authorized to use cash collateral to pay the ordinary
and necessary post petition expenses related to the operation of
its upholstery business at 22771 Citation Road, Frankfort, IL.

The IRS is granted valid, perfected and enforceable post-petition
replacement liens on all proceeds of existing collateral, and all
new collateral, to the same extent that it had perfected liens
prepetition to the extent that the use of the cash collateral
results in any decrease in the value of the IRS' liens in said cash
collateral.

The Debtor is directed to make monthly payments of $970 to the IRS
on or before March 31, 2017, and the same amount on or before the
last day of each month commencing with April 30, 2017 and
continuing until further order of the Court.

A hearing on the Debtor's continuing use of cash collateral will be
held on May 4, 2017, at 10:00 a.m.

A full-text copy of the Order, entered on March 15, 2017, is
available at
https://is.gd/71oyfI

               About Ken's Custom Upholstery Inc.

Ken's Custom Upholstery Inc. is an Illinois corporation that
operates an upholstery business in Frankfort, Illinois. The
Debtor's customers include commercial entities such as hotels and
restaurants, and consumer customers.

Ken's Custom Upholstery filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition
(Bankr. N.D. Ill. Case No. 16-35268) on Nov. 4, 2016.  The petition
was signed by its President, Kenneth Kovie.  The Debtor is
represented by David P. Lloyd, Esq., at David P. Lloyd Ltd.  At the
time of filing, the Debtor estimated assets at $50,000 to $100,000
and liabilities at $100,000 to $500,000.

The Debtor engaged Eileen Carrero and Eileen Carrero Financial
Services LLC as its accountant.


KENNETH MANIS: Proposes Sale, Floor Prices of Baxter Properties
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Kenneth D. and Jenider N. Manis ask the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for
the Middle District of Tennessee to authorize the sale of real
properties in Baxter, Tennessee consisting of seven unimproved lots
and one house.

Two of the lots already have signed sale contracts, while the
Debtors wish to be able to market the remaining properties at the
states prices.  The Debtors request an expedited hearing thereon.

Debtor Jenifer N. Manis is the 50% owner of the four pieces of
property located on Rachelle Place, Baxter, Tennessee.  The
Properties are owned jointly with Lisa Geer, who also wishes to
have the properties sold.  These Properties are building lots which
are part of a development that has been marketed and sold by the
Debtors.  The Debtors believe that $14,600 represents the fair
market value of these properties.

The remaining four pieces of property are owned jointly by the
Debtors as tenants by the entirety.  The Debtors believe that the
minimum sale prices represent the fair market value of these
properties.

The Debtors ask authority to sell the pieces of real property at or
above the these states minimum prices:

              Address                              Property Type
Minimum Price

     118 Rachelle Place, Baxter, Tennessee         Building Lot    
$14,600
     126 Rachelle Place, Baxter, Tennessee         Building Lot    
$14,600
     130 Rachelle Place, Baxter, Tennessee         Building Lot    
$14,600
     134 Rachelle Place, Baxter, Tennessee         Building Lot    
$14,600
     308 Valley Pointe, Baxter, Tennessee          Building Lot    
$13,300
     312 Valley Pointe, Baxter, Tennessee          Building Lot    
$12,000
     775 Buffalo Valley Road, Baxter, Tennessee       House        
$69,000
     795 Buffalo Valley Road, Baxter, Tennessee    Building Lot    
$11,900


Two of the properties, 118 and 126 Rachelle Place, Baxter,
Tennessee have contracts for sale, already signed with closing
dates scheduled for April 5, 2017.  The Buyer is Nikolov.  The
Debtors also have interested buyers in several of the other pieces
of property and want to be able to move quickly towards closings
without further Orders of the Court in order to be able to achieve
the highest possible sale prices.

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

     http://bankrupt.com/misc/Kenneth_Manis_31_Sales.pdf

The Debtors request that the Court orders that any objections to
the Motion be filed on March 31, 2017, and schedule a hearing for
the Motion to be heard on April 4, 2017 at 9:00 a.m.

From the sale proceeds, the Debtors propose to pay the costs of the
closing attorney, an owner's title insurance policy, the deed tax
and all outstanding property taxes, the total of which is estimated
to be approximately $650 per property.  Said sale will be free and
clear of the interests of any lien holder; however, said lien will
attach to the proceeds of the sale and will be distributed pursuant
to the priority of lienholders.  Putnam 1st Mercantile Bank is the
lienholder of all Properties other than 775 Buffalo Valley Road,
Baxter, Tennessee.  Putnam 1st Mercantile Bank has agreed to
release its lien on each of the Properties for the minimum stated
sale price, as long as all proceeds are applied to the loan.

Wilson Bank & Trust is the lienholder of 775 Buffalo Valley Road,
Baxter, Tennessee and will be paid in full from the proposed sale
of that property.  The Buyers are not insiders of the Debtor, and
the sales represent an arm's-length transaction between the
parties, made without fraud, collusion, and no attempt has been
made by either party to take any unfair advantage of the other.
The Buyer is purchasing the Property in good faith.

The Debtors ask for the entry of an Order granting the relief
sought, and that they be entitled to such other and further relief
as is just.

Counsel for the Debtors:

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

Kenneth D. Manis and Jennifer N. Manis sought Chapter 11 protection
(Bankr. M.D. Tenn. Case No. 17-00788) on Feb. 6, 2017.  The Debtor
tapped Steven L. Lefkovitz, Esq., at Law Offices Lefkovitz &
Lekovitz as counsel.


KINROSS GOLD: Moody's Affirms Ba1 Corporate Family Rating
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Moody's Investors Service affirmed Kinross Gold Corporation's
Corporate Family (CFR) rating at Ba1, its senior unsecured rating
at Ba1 and Probability of Default Rating at Ba1-PD. Kinross'
Speculative Grade Liquidity Rating (SGL) was affirmed at SGL-1. The
rating outlook remains stable.

"Kinross Gold's ratings were affirmed as the company will maintain
conservative financial policies and leverage below 2x as it
progresses with its Tasiast phase one mine expansion in Mauritania,
" said Jamie Koutsoukis, Moody's Vice President, Senior Analyst.
"The expansion at Tasiast will provide some offset to expected
declining production and the shorter mine life at number of its
operations," she added.

Outlook Actions:

Issuer: Kinross Gold Corporation

-- Outlook, Remains Stable

Affirmations:

Issuer: Kinross Gold Corporation

-- Probability of Default Rating, Affirmed Ba1-PD

-- Speculative Grade Liquidity Rating, Affirmed SGL-1

-- Corporate Family Rating, Affirmed Ba1

-- Senior Unsecured Regular Bond/Debenture, Affirmed Ba1 (LGD4)

RATINGS RATIONALE

Kinross' Ba1 corporate family rating is primarily driven by the
company's good scale (2.8 million gold-equivalent ounces (GEO) in
2016), low leverage (1.7x 2016 adjusted debt/EBITDA), very good
liquidity (SGL-1). These factors are somewhat offset by declining
production, short mine lives at some of its sites, coverage and
profitability metrics which are weaker (adjusted EBIT margin of 5%
and EBIT/interest expense of 1.5x at Dec/16), a concentration of
cash flow from one mine complex (about 35% of EBITDA minus
sustaining capital expenditures is from their Russian mines), and
the execution and geopolitical risks of expanding its Tasiast mine
in Mauritania (unrated). Kinross is in process of expanding its
Tasiast mine which is expected to double production to 400,000
oz/year by mid-2018, with further expansion possible, but execution
risk exists as is the case with large mine development. Kinross'
Russian mine is low cost and a large contributor to cash flow, but
it's current mine life is short, with production declining, as is
the case at some of Kinross' other mines.

Kinross has very good liquidity (SGL-1), with $827 million of cash
and $1.43 billion of availability on its $1.5 billion revolving
credit facility (matures Aug 2021) as of December 2016. Moody's
expects that the company will have negative free cash flow of about
$250 million in 2017, incorporating a gold price sensitivity of
$1,150/oz and capital spending of $900 million, as it spends on its
phase one Tasiast mine expansion. Kinross' has no scheduled debt
maturity before 2020. The company extended the maturity dates of
its term loan and revolving credit facility in 2016. Moody's
expects Kinross will remain comfortably in compliance with its bank
facility covenant.

The stable outlook reflects that Kinross will maintain its
conservative financial policies and very good liquidity profile as
it advances its Tasiast phase one project. At the same time the
rating assumes Kinross will execute projects which will contribute
cash flow and help offset production declines and/or extend mine
life at its operations while preserving its current cost profile.

Kinross' rating could be upgraded if the company is able to sustain
operating cash costs (revenue less EBITDA divided by GEOs) near
$800/oz, while progressing on projects to manage the shorter life
of some at its mines. Additionally an upgrade would require Kinross
to maintain an adjusted EBIT margin at or above 8% (5% at Dec/16).

Kinross' rating could be downgraded if Moody's expects the
company's adjusted Debt/ EBITDA to be sustained above 3.5x (1.7x at
Dec/16) and if cash flow from operations minus dividends/adjusted
debt falls below 20% (57.66% at Dec/16) on a sustained basis.

Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, Kinross operates nine mines
located in Russia, the US, Brazil, Ghana, and Mauritania. Revenues
for the twelve months ended December 2016 were $3.5 billion and the
company had production of 2.8 million gold equivalent ounces.

The principal methodology used in these ratings was Global Mining
Industry published in August 2014.



KLD ENERGY: Has Until April 30 to File Plan of Reorganization
-------------------------------------------------------------
Judge H. Christopher Mott of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Western District of Texas extended KLD Energy Technologies, Inc.'s
exclusive period for filing a plan of reorganization for an
additional two months or through and including April 30, 2017.

The Troubled Company Reporter previously reported that the Debtor
has already filed its Original Chapter 11 Plan of Reorganization,
dated June 3, 2016.  But, as of March 22, 2017, the Plan has not
been accepted by each class of impaired claims under the Plan.

Recently, the Court entered a Second Supplemental Order authorizing
the Debtor to sell substantially all of its assets to MyWay Group
Co., Ltd.  If the sale to MyWay fails to close, the Debtor would
need additional time to reformulate a plan and attempt to
reorganize.

                About KLD Energy Technologies

KLD Energy Technologies, Inc., which engages in the engineering,
development, and manufacturing of electric drive systems, sought
Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. W.D. Tex. Case No. 16-10345) on
March
25, 2016.  The petition was signed by Mark Wabschall, chief
financial officer.  The case is assigned to Judge Christopher H.
Mott.  The Debtor estimated assets and debt of $10 million to $50
million.

The Debtor tapped Lynn H. Butler, Esq., at Husch Blackwell LLP, as
counsel.  

No trustees or examiners have been appointed, and no official
committees of creditors or equity interest holders have yet been
established.


L&R DEVELOPMENT: Disclosure Statement Hearing Set for May 10
------------------------------------------------------------
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Puerto Rico is set to
hold a hearing on May 10, at 2:00 p.m., to consider approval of the
disclosure statement explaining the Chapter 11 plan of L&R
Development & Investment Corp.

The hearing will take place at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Jose V.
Toledo Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse, Courtroom No. 1,
Second Floor, 300 Recinto, Sur, Old San Juan, Puerto Rico.  

Objections must be filed not less than 14 days prior to the
hearing.

                      About L&R Development

L&R Development & Investment Corp. sought protection under Chapter
11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. P.R. Case No. 16-08792) on
November 1, 2016.  The petition was signed by Joaquin Lopez,
president.  At the time of the filing, the Debtor disclosed $3.05
million in assets and $5.56 million in liabilities.

The case is assigned to Judge Brian K. Tester.  Carmen Conde
Torres, Esq., of C. Conde & Assoc. represents the Debtor.  The
Debtor hired Inmuebles Bienes Raices, LLC as realtor.


LIQUIDMETAL TECHNOLOGIES: Richard Sevcik Quits as Director
----------------------------------------------------------
Richard Sevcik resigned as a director of Liquidmetal Technologies,
Inc., on March 14, 2017.  

According to a Form 8-K filing by the Company with the Securities
and Exchange Commission on March 17, 2017, Mr. Sevcik did not
resign because of any disagreement with the Company on any matter
relating to the Company's operations, policies or practices.  In
connection with Mr. Sevcik's resignation, the Board of Directors of
the Company approved an amendment to Mr. Sevcik's previously
granted options to purchase an aggregate of 1,210,000 shares of
Company common stock to provide for the immediate vesting of all
unvested options and the extension of the exercise period of the
options through the third anniversary of Mr. Sevcik's resignation.

                 About Liquidmetal Technologies

Based in Rancho Santa Margarita, Cal., Liquidmetal Technologies,
Inc., and its subsidiaries are in the business of developing,
manufacturing, and marketing products made from amorphous alloys.
Liquidmetal Technologies markets and sells Liquidmetal(R) alloy
industrial coatings and also manufactures, markets and sells
products and components from bulk Liquidmetal alloys that can be
incorporated into the finished goods of its customers across a
variety of industries.  The Company also partners with third-
party licensees and distributors to develop and commercialize
Liquidmetal alloy products.

Liquidmetal reported a net loss and comprehensive loss attributable
to the Company's shareholders of $18.74 million on $480,000 of
total revenue for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016, compared with a net
loss and comprehensive loss attributable to the Company's
shareholders of $7.31 million on $125,000 of total revenue for the
year ended Dec. 31, 2015.  As of Dec. 31, 2016, Liquidmetal had
$61.36 million in total assets, $6.54 million in total liabilities
and $54.82 million in total shareholders' equity.


LODGE HOLDINGS: Trustee Hires CFO Selections as Accountant
----------------------------------------------------------
Sheena R. Aebig, the Chapter 11 Trustee of Lodge Holdings Company
and its debtor-affiliates, seeks authorization from the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Washington to enter
into a consulting agreement with CFO Selections LLC dba Accounting
Solutions Partners ("ASP"), to provide accounting and bookkeeping
services of Lawney Rochester, effective March 7, 2017.

ASP will charge  Ms. Rochester’s time at an hourly rate of $80
(or $85 to the extent work must be done onsite),  consistent with
the range typically charged by ASP for services of a person of Ms.
Rochester’s  qualifications, and will request reimbursement of
costs and expenses incurred by her in connection  with services for
the estates.

Lawney Rochester 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 estate.

ASP can be reached at:

       Eric Moore
       ACCOUNTING SOLUTIONS PARTNERS
       310-120th Ave NE, Suite 101
       Bellevue, WA 98005
       Tel: (425) 440-3770
       E-mail: eric@asp-nw.com

                   About Lodge Holdings Company

Lodge Holdings Company, Mukilteo Lodge, LLC, Kirkland Lodge, LLC,
Stadium Lodge, LLC, Downtown Lodge, LLC, Mill Creek Lodge, LLC, and
Greenwood Lodge, LLC filed Chapter 11 petitions (Bankr. W.D. Wash.
Case Nos. 16-15814, 16-15849, 16-15850, 16-15851, 16-15852,
16-15853, and 16-15854, respectively) on Nov. 18, 2016. The
petitions were signed by Shawn Roten, president. The Debtors are
represented by Larry B. Feinstein, Esq., at Vortman & Feinstein.
The Debtor disclosed $1.06 million in total assets and $5.73
million in total liabilities.



LONG BROOK: Court Bars Continued Use of Cash Collateral
-------------------------------------------------------
Judge Ann M. Nevins of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District
of Connecticut entered an order denying 500 North Avenue, LLC's
continued use of cash collateral.

Judge Nevins held that the parties were directed to file a proposed
order authorizing the use of cash collateral at the hearing held on
Jan. 25, 2017.  However, no proposed order has been filed by the
parties.

A full-text copy of the Order, dated March 15, 2017, is available
at https://is.gd/Dj93k3

                    About 500 North Avenue

500 North Avenue, LLC, and Long Brook Station, LLC, filed Chapter
11 petitions (Bankr. D. Conn. Case Nos. 14-31094 and 14-31095) on
June 6, 2014.  The petitions were signed by Joseph Regensburger,
member.  The Debtors are represented by Douglas S. Skalka, Esq., at
Neubert, Pepe, and Monteith, P.C.  The case is assigned to Judge
Julie A. Manning.

500 North Avenue estimated assets at $1 million to $10 million and
liabilities at $10 million to $50 million at the time of the
filing.  Long Brook estimated assets at $500,000 to $1 million and
liabilities at $1 million to $10 million at the time of the filing.


LOUISIANA MEDICAL: Stirling Medical Buying All Assets for $22M
--------------------------------------------------------------
LMCHH PCP, LLC, and Louisiana Medical Center and Heart Hospital,
LLC, ask the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of
Louisiana to authorize the bidding procedures in connection with
the sale of substantially all assets to Stirling Medical Lacombe,
L.L.C. for $22,000,000, subject to higher and better offers.

The Debtors were a nationally recognized 132-bed acute-care
hospital located in the heart of St. Tammany Parish in Lacombe,
Louisiana, specializing in treatment of cardiovascular disease and
injuries affecting the spine.  In addition to cardiovascular and
spine care, the Debtors offered a full range of inpatient and
outpatient medical, surgical, and diagnostic services covering more
than 35 specialties including orthopedics, vascular and general
surgery, urology, gastroenterology, and neurology.

In recent years, admissions revenue and net outpatient revenue have
fallen below projections, while salaries, wages, and benefits have
risen substantially.  Despite implementing new strategic
initiatives, hospital intake volume remained flat, the growth of
the physician network did not generate sufficient revenues to cover
expenses, and increased revenue growth was outpaced by expenses.

Since the Petition Date, the Debtors have endeavored to conduct an
orderly wind down of their businesses, taking care to preserve the
quality of patient care during the wind down period and to comply
with applicable federal, state, and local regulations.

On Feb. 5, 2017, with approval from the relevant Louisiana state
authorities, the Debtors closed the Hospital's emergency department
and soon thereafter stopped admitting patients and providing
patient care services.  The Debtors subsequently ceased all
operations at the satellite facilities.  As of the filing of the
Motion, the Debtors are neither admitting patients nor providing
patient care services in any capacity.

On Sept. 15, 2016, Cardiovascular Care Group, Inc., and the Debtors
retained SOLIC Capital Advisors, LLC, to identify viable strategic
alternatives involving the Debtors and their related assets and
operations, including identifying opportunities for the sale of the
Debtors' Hospital facility, real estate, equipment, supplies,
contracts, and accounts receivable.

After its retention SOLIC commenced a Marketing Process designed to
identify potential acquirers and/or strategic partners and
investors that could enable the Debtors to maximize value from the
Debtors' assets for the benefit of all stakeholders.  SOLIC
continued the Marketing Process after the Debtors commenced their
bankruptcy cases.
After the Petition Date, the Debtors and SOLIC engaged in
substantial discussions with multiple potential purchasers
concerning their interest in acquiring some or all of the Debtors'
assets and sought definitive offers.

Through SOLIC's postpetition efforts, the Debtors and SOLIC
concluded that the offer received from the Buyer represented the
highest and best opportunity to maximize the value of the Debtors'
assets and, thereafter, actively negotiated the terms of a purchase
and sale agreement.

As a result of the Marketing Process, discussions with potential
purchasers, and negotiations with Stirling, on March 14, 2017, the
Debtors entered into that certain Purchase and Sale Agreement with
Stirling through which Stirling seeks to acquire the Hospital and
certain identified assets for $22,000,000, plus the assumption of
various liabilities of the Debtors as set forth in the Proposed
PSA.

The Proposed PSA between the Debtors and Stirling provides for the
transfer of substantially all of the Debtors' assets to Stirling
including (i) the land together with all rights and appurtenances
pertaining to such property, including any right, title and
interest of Seller in and to adjacent streets, alleys or
rights-of-way; (ii) the Hospital, including all fixtures and
improvements affixed to or located on the Land; (iii) any and all
of Seller's right, title and interest in and to all tangible
personal property owned by the Debtors and located upon the Land or
within the
Hospital; (iv) any and all of Debtors' right, title and interest in
and to the lessor's interest in that certain Ground Lease; (v) any
and all of Debtors' right, title and interest in and to (a) all
assignable existing warranties and guaranties (express or implied)
issued to Debtors in connection with the improvements to the
Hospital or the Personal Property, and (b) all assignable existing
permits, licenses, approvals and authorizations issued by any
governmental authority in connection with the Property; and (vi)
any and all oil, gas and other minerals and associated hydrocarbons
on, under and beneath the Land.

The Proposed PSA provides that the proposed Sale of the Assets is
subject to higher and better offers, binding the Debtors only to
pay a break-up fee to the Stalking Horse in the event that the
Court does not approve the Sale to the Stalking Horse or the Sale
to the Stalking Horse does not close prior to Expiration Date, and
the Debtors terminate the Proposed PSA as a result.

In order to maximize value for all of its stakeholders, the Debtors
intend to initiate a competitive bidding process by making the Sale
of the Property through the Proposed PSA subject to higher and
better offers at an Auction.  

The salient terms of the Bidding Procedures are:

   a. Bidding Deadline: May 11, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. (PCT)

   b. Bid Deposit: Provide an earnest money deposit equal to the
greater of (x) $3,000,000 or (y) 10% of the Potential Bidder's
Initial Bid.

   c. Initial Competing Bid Amount: $23,000,000

   d. Auction: The Auction will be conducted at the offices of
Jones Walker LLP, 201 St. Charles Ave #5000, New Orleans,
Louisiana.

   e. Subsequent Overbid: $100,000

   f. The highest and otherwise best offer for the Property as the
Winning Competing Bid and such entity submitting the Winning
Qualified Bid will be
the Winning Competing Bidder.

A copy of the Proposed PSA and Bidding Procedures attached to the
Motion is available for free at:

               http://bankrupt.com/misc/LMCHH_PCP_258_Sales.pdf

The Debtors believe that the proposed Bidding Procedures are
appropriate, will maximize the value of the Assets, and are
consistent with other procedures previously approved by courts in
the district.  The Debtors therefore ask that the Court approves
the process and procedures set forth in the Bidding Procedures for
the submission and consideration of competing bids for the Debtors'
Assets.

To facilitate and effect the Sale of the Debtors' Assets, the
Proposed Purchaser has agreed to take assignment of the Assumed
Contracts. The Debtors will serve an Assumption and Assignment
Notice on all non-debtor parties to the Assumed Contracts.
Objections, if any, to the Sale or an Assumption and/or Cure
Objection is May 17, 2017, at 11:00 a.m. (CT).

Because of the benefits conferred upon the Debtors' estates by the
Proposed Purchaser in entering into the Proposed PSA, the Debtors
respectfully ask that the Court approves the payment of the
Break-up Fee and Expense Reimbursement as an administrative expense
of the Debtors and their estates.

The Debtors respectfully ask that the Court approves the relief
sought, and grants such other and further relief as is just and
proper.

The Debtors ask that the Court waives the 14-day stay period under
Bankruptcy Rule 6004(h) and order that, if and when entered, the
Sale Order be effective immediately.

The Purchaser:

          STIRLING MEDICAL LACOMBE, L.L.C.
          Attn: Townsend Underhill
          109 Northpark Blvd., Suite 300
          Covington, Louisiana 70433
          E-mail: tunderhill@stirlingprop.com

The Purchaser is represented by:

          Steven C. Serio, Esq.
          FISHMAN HAYGOOD, L.L.P.
          201 St. Charles Avenue, 46th Floor
          New Orleans, LA 70170-4600
          E-mail: sserio@fishmanhaygood.com

                    About Louisiana Medical

LMCHH PCP LLC and Louisiana Medical Center and Heart Hospital, LLC
currently operate a state-of-the-art 213,000 square facility and
two medical office buildings.

Originally licensed for 58 beds in 2003, as a result of its
physical and strategic expansion in 2007, the Hospital is now a
full-service 132-bed acute care hospital with seven operating
rooms, three catheterization laboratories, and a 24-hour heart
attack intervention center dedicated to providing advanced medical
treatment and compassionate care to patients and families
throughout the North Shore area.

LMCHH PCP and LHH sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Del. Lead Case No. 17-10201) on Jan.
30, 2017.  The cases have been assigned to the Hon. Judge Laurie
Selber
Silverstein.

LMCHH estimated assets in the range of $1 million to $10 million
and liabilities of up to $500 million.  LHH estimated assets in
the range of $10 million to $50 million and liabilities of $100
million to $500 million.

The Debtors have hired Young, Conaway, Stargatt & Taylor LLP as
local counsel, Alston & Bird LLP as legal counsel, and The Garden
City Group, Inc., as claims and noticing agent.


LUCAS PRINTING: Hires Godin Property as Broker
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Lucas Printing Company, Inc., seeks authorization from the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the District of Connecticut to employ Godin
Property Brokers, LLC as broker.

The Debtor has continued in possession of its property and is
managing its financial affairs as a Debtor-In-Possession.

The Debtor requires GODIN to market the Debtor's property at 465
West Main Street, Stamford, Connecticut, for sale.

Pursuant to the Listing Contract, the commission charged by GODIN,
which is the standard and reasonable commission in this area, is
the lesser of (a) 2.5% of the gross sale price of the Property or
(b) $37,500, and, that no commission shall be due unless a sale is
consummated and the Court approves a fee application for GODIN.

Michael Grieder, authorized representative of Godin Property
Brokers, LLC, 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 Debtor and
its estates.

GODIN may be reached at:

      Michael Grieder
      Godin Property Brokers, LLC
      850 Straits Turnpike, Suite 101
      Middlebury, CT
      Phone: 203-577-2277
      Fax: 203-577- 2100

                  About Lucas Printing Company

Lucas Printing Company, Inc. sought protection under Chapter 11 of
the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Conn. Case No. 16-51392) on October
21, 2016.  The petition was signed by Joseph E. DeFilippis,
vice-president.  

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


MACK INDUSTRIES: Case Summary & 20 Largest Unsecured Creditors
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Debtor: Mack Industries, LTD
        6820 Centennial Drive
        Tinley Park, IL 60477

Case No.: 17-09308

Business Description: MACK Industries, Ltd. --
                      http://www.mackcompanies.com/--  
                      provides real estate management services.  
                      The Company owns, develops, constructs,
                      leases, and manages real estate properties.
                      MACK serves customers in the State of
                      Illinois.

Chapter 11 Petition Date: March 24, 2017

Court: United States Bankruptcy Court
       Northern District of Illinois (Chicago)

Judge: Hon. Carol A. Doyle

Debtor's Counsel: Eric G Zelazny, Esq.
                  LAW OFFICES OF ERIC G. ZELAZNY
                  18400 Maple Creek Court, Suite 600
                  Tinley Park, IL 60477
                  Tel: 708-444-4333
                  Fax: 708-444-4377
                  Email: Eric@lwslaw.com

Estimated Assets: $1 million to $10 million

Estimated Liabilities: $10 million to $50 million

The Debtor listed the American Residential Leasing Co LLC as its
largest unsecured creditor holding a claim of $4 million.

A copy of the Debtor's list of 20 largest unsecured creditors is
available for free at http://bankrupt.com/misc/ilnb17-09308.pdf

The petition was signed by James H. McClelland, vice president.


MAHI LLC: Has Until May 15 to Use United Community Cash Collateral
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Judge Douglas D. Dodd of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle
District of Louisiana authorized Mahi, LLC's and OM Hospitality,
LLC's final use of the cash collateral of United Community Bank
through May 15, 2017.

The Debtors' use of the cash and other property such as hotel
occupancy fees in which United Community Bank may claim to have an
interest ("Cash Collateral"), is subject to the terms of the Order
and exclusively for the purposes of the disbursements set forth in
the Budget, as may be modified from time to time by the Debtors
with prior written consent of United Community Bank ("Approved
Disbursements"), and for no other purpose.

The 2-month Budget contemplates these monthly income and expenses:

          Month          Income          Total Expense
          -----          ------          -------------

        March 17        $48,000             $45,925
        April 17        $49,000             $45,963

The Debtors may use Cash Collateral in an amount equal to up to 10%
more than a particular corresponding "category" in the Budget,
provided that (i) Cash Collateral is available, and (ii) the
aggregate amount of the Budget is not exceeded by 10%.

The Debtors are authorized and directed to pay, transmit, turnover
and transfer any payroll or withholding tax or similar trust fund
liabilities that may be due and owing to any taxing or governmental
authority for any payroll period.

In the event United Community Bank, in its sole discretion,
consents in writing to the use of Cash Collateral in a manner or
amount which does not conform to the Approved Disbursements
("Non-Conforming Use"), the Debtors will be authorized pursuant to
the Order to expend Cash Collateral for such Non-Conforming Use
without further Court approval, and United Community Bank will be
entitled to all of the protections specified in the Order for any
such Non-Conforming Use.

As adequate protection for and to secure an amount equal to the
diminution, from and after the Petition Date, in the value of
United Community Bank's interest in the Cash Collateral, that the
Debtors will make adequate protection payments in the total amount
of $10,000 to United Community Bank not later than March 15, 2017.

Subject to an agreement of the parties or judgment of the Court
determining United Community Bank's interest in Cash Collateral, as
further adequate protection for and to secure an amount equal to
the diminution, from and after the Petition Date, in the value of
United Community Bank's interest in the Cash Collateral, (i) United
Community Bank is entitled to adequate protection of any such liens
and security interests, and (ii) to the extent
that such liens and security interests are entitled to adequate
protection against such diminution under the Bankruptcy Code.

The Debtors' use of Cash Collateral will expire on May 15, 2017
unless extended in writing by and in the sole discretion of United
Community Bank pursuant to Approved Budget.

The Order constitutes a Final Order.

The Debtors are authorized to disburse $35,000 to United Community
Bank from amounts currently held in the trust account of Lugenbuhl,
Wheaton, Peck, Rankin, & Hubbard pursuant to the agreement between
the Debtors and United Community Bank that was announced on the
record and in open court on January 31, 2017 and noted in the
Court's minute entry dated Feb. 1, 2017, and, upon release of such
funds together with the release of $105,000 which are separately
authorized to be released to the Livingston Parish Sheriff,
Lugenbuhl, Wheaton, Peck, Rankin, & Hubbard will be released and
discharged as escrow agent with respect to all such funds.

                         About Mahi LLC

Mahi, LLC, owns and operates a two-story, 45-room hotel under the
name Carom Inn in Denham Springs, Louisiana.  Mahi was organized
by
Bhagirath Joshi in 2009.  Mahi has two members -- Bhagirath Joshi
and his daughter, Yagini Joshi.  Each holds a 50% membership
interest in Mahi.

OM Hospitality, LLC, owns and operates a two-story, 42-room hotel
under the name Highland Inn.  OM Hospitality was organized by
Bhagirath Joshi in 2003.  OM Hospitality has two members --
Bhagirath Joshi and his wife, Alaknanda Joshi. Each hold a 50%
membership interest in OM Hospitality.

Mahi and OM Hospitality sought protection under Chapter 11 (Bankr.
M.D. La. Case Nos. 16-10601 and 16-10602) on May 24, 2016.  The
petitions were signed by Bhagirath Joshi, manager.  The cases are
jointly administered.  The cases are assigned to Judge Douglas D.
Dodd.  The Debtors are represented by Ryan James Richmond, Esq.,
at
Stewart Robbins & Brown LLC.  The Debtors estimated both assets
and
liabilities in the range of $1 million to $10 million.


MCGAHAN FAMILY: Discloses Cash Flow Projection for Next 3 Years
---------------------------------------------------------------
McGahan Family Limited Partnership filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the District of Alaska a document showing its latest
pro-forma income and cash flow projections for the next three years
beginning 2016 and ending 2019.

McGahan filed the document in support of its proposed plan to exit
Chapter 11 protection.  Under the restructuring plan, unsecured
claims will be paid $60,110 plus accrued interest at 6% on or
before Oct. 31, 2018, with the total amount paid estimated to be
$69,464.  The plan is expected to be confirmed by June 30 this
year.

A copy of the document is available without charge at:

     http://bankrupt.com/misc/McGahan_DSsupp031617.pdf

                     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 CITY: April 20 PCO Appointment Set
------------------------------------------
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida
entered a notice to order the appointment of a patient care
ombudsman for Medical City Eye Center, P.A., not later than April
20, 2017.

Based on the Notice regarding the appointment of a patient care
ombudsman, the Court noted that the Debtor is a health care
business.  The Court will order the appointment of a PCO, unless
the Debtor produces within 14 days of the notice, a sufficient
evidence for the Court to find that the appointment of such
ombudsman is not necessary under the specific facts of the case.

Medical City Eye Center, P.A. (Case No. 17-01830), together with
its affiliates Brevard Eye Center, Inc. (Case No. 17-01828),
Brevard Surgery Center, Inc. (Case No. 17-01829), and THMIH, Inc.
(Case No.) 17-01831), filed voluntary Chapter 11 Petitions on March
21, 2017, and are represented by Geoffrey S Aaronson, Esq., and
Samuel J Capuano, Esq., at Aaronson Schantz Beiley P.A., in Miami,
Florida.

Medical City Eye Center -- www.medicalcityeye.com -- has been
serving East Central Florida as The Brevard Eye Center for over 28
years and serving Downtown Orlando as Yager Eye Institute for over
50 years.  The Company is known as the Space Coast's leading eye
care professionals.

At the time of filing, the Debtor each disclosed estimated assets
of $1 million to $10 million and estimated liabilities of $10
million to $50 million.

The petitions were signed by Dr. Rafael Trespalacios, president.


MICHIGAN SPORTING: Taps Hilco Unit to Sell or Dispose of IP Assets
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Michigan Sporting Goods Distributors, Inc. seeks approval from the
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Michigan to hire
an intellectual property disposition consultant.

The Debtor proposes to hire Hilco IP Services LLP to develop and
implement a sales and marketing program designed to elicit
proposals to acquire its intellectual property, and prepare
materials related to the sale, assignment, licensing or disposition
of the property.

Hilco will get 20% of the gross proceeds generated from the sale,
assignment, licensing or disposition of the IPs up to $500,000,
plus 10% of the amount if the proceeds exceed $500,000.

In the event of a sale of all or substantially all of the Debtor's
assets as a going concern, Hilco will receive a breakup fee of
$25,000.

Gabriel Fried, chief executive officer of Hilco, 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:

     Gabriel Fried
     Hilco IP Services LLP
     d/b/a Hilco Streambank
     90 Washington Street, Suite 330
     Dedham, MA 02026
     Tel: 781-444-4940

                   About Michigan Sporting Goods

Michigan Sporting Goods Distributors, Inc. is a retail sporting
goods chain based in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

The Debtor filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. W.D. Mich. Case No.
17-00612) on Feb. 14, 2017.  The petition was signed by Bruce
Ullery, president and chief executive officer.  Judge John T. Gregg
presides over the case.  

Robert Michael Azzi, Esq., Stephen B. Grow, Esq., and Elisabeth M.
Von Eitzen, Esq., at Warner Norcross & Judd LLP, serve as
bankruptcy counsel to the Debtor.  The Debtor hired Berkeley
Research Group, LLC as financial advisor.

In its petition, the Debtor estimated $50 million to $100 million
in both assets and liabilities.

No trustee, examiner or committee has been appointed in the case.


MICRO CONTRACT: Case Summary & 20 Largest Unsecured Creditors
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Debtor: Micro Contract Manufacturing, Inc.
        27E Industrial Blvd.
        Medford, NY 11763

Case No.: 17-71699

Business Description: The Debtor is a small business as defined in

                      Section 101 of the Bankruptcy Code.
                      The Debtor is in a nitch area of light
                      manufacturing in the electronics industry
                      with the capability of manufacturing other
                      items.  The Debtor will manufacture items in

                      small quantities and different versions of
                      the same type of product at the same time
                      which larger/regular factories will not
                      handle.

                      Thomas DeGasperi, president of Mico
                      Contract, disclosed in an affidavit filed
                      with the Court that, " Two years ago, one of

                      the Debtor's largest customers with
                      approximately $2 million in annual orders
                      substantially reduced its orders because of
                      the economy.  Rising inventory costs, slower

                      collection of receivables and high rate
                      loans also affected cash flow.  The Company
                      also incurred increased staffing expenses
                      because some of the customers and/or their
                      end users required more in-depth quality
                      control the cost for which could not be
                      immediately passed along.

                     "A prior Chapter 11 case before this court
                      was recently dismissed without prejudice on
                      a technicality.  During the pendency of that

                      case, the work force was reduced as were
                      other areas of overhead.  During the
                      pendency of the prior petition, although
                      orders began to increase and the Debtor was
                      poised to proceed with a plan of
                      reorganization, as it turned out one of the
                      largest customers reduced its orders and
                      flow of payments which would have resulted
                      in a default were a plan confirmed.

                     "The main liabilities arise from operating
                      expenses and debt service.  Assets
                      include cash, equipment, furniture/fixtures,

                      receivables, inventory and work in progress
                      with a total estimated value of
                      $1,056,000.00.  Liabilities include accounts

                      payable and notes payable estimated at
                      $2,000,000.

                     "There are three actions pending in state
                      court seeking to recover for goods sold and
                      delivered.  Extension of time to answer have

                      been obtained.

                     "The Debtor expects a reduction in certain
                      inventory costs.  Two of the largest
                      customers have advised that there will be an

                      increase in orders.  As business increases,
                      the incease production can be handled with
                      the same staff during regular business hours

                      as the Debtor is not at capacity.  The
                      Debtor will also explore the possible of
                      obtaining new financing at a reasonable rate

                      to take out existing lenders."

Chapter 11 Petition Date: March 23, 2017

Court: United States Bankruptcy Court
       Eastern District of New York (Central Islip)

Judge: Hon. Robert E. Grossman

Debtor's Counsel: Harold M Somer, Esq.
                  HAROLD M. SOMER, P.C.
                  1025 Old Country Road, Suite 404
                  Westbury, NY 11590
                  Tel: 516 248-8962
                  Fax: 516 333-0654
                  E-mail: haroldsomer@hsomerlaw.com

Estimated Assets: $1 million to $10 million

Estimated Liabilities: $1 million to $10 million

The petition was signed by Thomas DeGasperi, president.

A copy of the Debtor's list of 20 largest unsecured creditors is
available for free at http://bankrupt.com/misc/nyeb17-71699.pdf


MIDLAND HI LODGING: U.S. Trustee Unable to Appoint Committee
------------------------------------------------------------
An official committee of unsecured creditors has not yet been
appointed in the Chapter 11 case of Midland Hi Lodging, LLC as of
March 24, according to a court docket.

                 About Midland Hi Lodging LLC

Midland Hi Lodging, LLC filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition
(Bankr. D.Ariz. Case No. 17-00756) on January 26, 2017.  Hon. Scott
H. Gan presides over the case.  Allen Barnes & Jones, PLC
represents the Debtor as counsel.

In its petition, the Debtor estimated $1 million to $10 million in
both assets and liabilities. The petition was signed by Larry
Miller, president of Matrix Equities, Inc., manager of Matrixx
Management, LLC, manager of Sunbelt Lodging, LLC, manager of the
Debtor.


MIDWAY GOLD: Private Sale of Tonopah Project for $25K Approved
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Judge Michael E. Romero of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Colorado authorized Midway Gold US, Inc. ("MGUS")'s and
affiliates' Asset Purchase Agreement with 0862130 Corp. in
connection with the private sale of MGUS' Tonopah Project for
$25,000 in cash, the assumption of certain royalty and reclamation
obligations and other valuable consideration.

The sale will be free and clear of all liens, claims, interests,
and encumbrances.

MGUS acquired a 100% interest in the Tonopah property, comprised of
245 unpatented lode mining claims in Nye County, Nevada.  The
Tonopah Project is located approximately 15 miles northeast of the
town of Tonopah, 210 miles northwest of Las Vegas and 236 miles
southeast of Reno, Nevada.  The property is on the northeastern
flank of the San Antonio Mountains and in the Ralston Valley.

The Debtors are authorized, but not directed, to sell the Tonopah
Project to the Buyer on the terms set forth in the Asset Purchase
Agreement.

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

    http://bankrupt.com/misc/Midway_Gold_1177_Sales.pdf

The 14-day stay under Fed. R. Bankr. P. 6004(h) is waived, and the
order will be effective immediately.

                    About Midway Gold

Midway Gold Corp., incorporated on May 14, 1996 under the laws of
the Province of British Columbia, Canada, is engaged in the
acquisition, exploration and development of mineral properties
located in the state of Nevada and Washington.

Midway Gold operates primarily through its wholly-owned subsidiary
located in the United States, Midway Gold US Inc.  The executive
offices are in Englewood, Colorado.  Midway US currently has one
gold producing property: the Pan gold mine located in White Pine
County, Nevada.  Midway also has gold properties which are
exploratory stage projects where gold mineralization has been
identified, such as the Tonopah project in Nye County, Nevada, the
Gold Rock project in White Pine County, Nevada, and the Golden
Eagle project in Ferry County, Washington.  Out of these projects,
a permitting process has been undertaken only for the Gold Rock
project.  Finally, Midway's Spring Valley property, another gold
property located in Pershing County, Nevada, is subject to a joint
venture with Barrick Gold Exploration Inc.

On June 22, 2015, Midway Gold US Inc. and 12 related entities,
including parent Midway Gold Corp. each filed a petition in the
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado seeking relief
under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.  The Debtors' cases
have been assigned to Judge Michael E. Romero.

Judge Michael E. Romero directed the joint administration of the
cases under Case No. 15-16835.

Midway Gold Corp. disclosed $184 million in assets and $62.4
million in liabilities as of March 31, 2015.  Midway Gold US Inc.,
disclosed total assets of $2,461,673 and total liabilities of
$122,448,181 as of the Chapter 11 filing.

The Debtors tapped Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP as lead bankruptcy
counsel; Sender Wasserman Wadsworth, P.C., as special bankruptcy
and restructuring counsel; DLA Piper (Canada) LLP, as Canadian
bankruptcy counsel; Ernst & Young Inc., as information officer of
Canadian court; RBC Capital Markets, as investment banker; FTI
Consulting as financial advisor; and Epiq Solutions, as claims and
noticing agent.

In July 2015, the U.S. Trustee overseeing the Debtors' cases
appointed seven creditors to serve on the official committee of
unsecured creditors.  The creditors are American Assay
Laboratories, EPC Services Company, InFaith Community Foundation,
Jacobs Engineering Group Inc., SRK Consulting (US) Inc., Sunbelt
Rentals, and Boart Longyear.  Gavin/Solmonese LLC serves as its
financial advisor.


MOBILESMITH INC: Reports 2016 Net Loss of $7.5 Million
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Mobilesmith, Inc. filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission
its annual report on Form 10-K disclosing a net loss of $7.50
million on $1.86 million of total revenue for the year ended Dec.
31, 2016, compared to a net loss of $7.71 million on $1.82 million
of total revenue for the year ended Dec. 31, 2015.

As of Dec. 31, 2016, Mobilesmith had $1.41 million in total assets,
$47.57 million in total liabilities and a total stockholders'
deficit of $46.15 million.  

"We have not yet achieved positive cash flows from operations, and
our main source of funds for our operations is the sale of our
notes under the Convertible Note Facilities," the Company said in
the report.  "We need to continue to rely on this source until we
are able to generate sufficient cash from revenues to fund our
operations or obtain alternate sources of financing.  We believe
that anticipated cash flows from operations, and additional
issuances of Notes, of which no assurance can be provided, together
with cash on hand, will provide sufficient funds to finance our
operations at least for the next 12 months from the date of this
report.  Changes in our operating plans, lower than anticipated
sales, increased expenses, or other events may cause us to seek
additional equity or debt financing in future periods. There can be
no guarantee that financing will be available to us under the
Convertible Note Facilities or otherwise on acceptable terms or at
all.  Additional equity and convertible debt financing could be
dilutive to the holders of shares of our common stock, and
additional debt financing, if available, could impose greater cash
payment obligations and more covenants and operating
restrictions."

Cherry Bekaert LLP, in Raleigh, North Carolina, issued a "going
concern" qualification on the consolidated financial statements for
the year ended Dec. 31, 2016, citing that the Company has suffered
recurring losses from operations and has a working capital
deficiency as of Dec. 31, 2016.  These conditions raise substantial
doubt about the Company's ability to continue as a going concern.

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

                      https://is.gd/2i0SOG

                    About MobileSmith, Inc.

Raleigh, North Carolina-based MobileSmith, Inc., was incorporated
as Smart Online, Inc. in 1993 and changed its name to MobileSmith,
Inc. effective July 1, 2013.  The company develops and markets
software products and services tailored to users of mobile devices.
Its flagship product, MobileSmith(R) Platform is an app
development platform that enables organizations to rapidly create,
deploy and manage custom, native smartphone and tablet apps
deliverable across iOS and Android mobile platforms.


MONDO WINE: Case Summary & 3 Unsecured Creditors
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Debtor: Mondo Wine Estate LLC
        3230 Nacimiento Lake Drive
        Paso Robles, CA 93446

Case No.: 17-10509

About the Debtor: The Debtor owns a property in Nacimiento Lake
                  Drive valued at $2.7 million.

Chapter 11 Petition Date: March 24, 2017

Court: United States Bankruptcy Court
       Central District of California (Santa Barbara)

Judge: Hon. Peter Carroll

Debtor's Counsel: William C Beall, Esq.
                  BEALL & BURKHARDT, APC
                  1114 State St Ste 200
                  Santa Barbara, CA 93101
                  Tel: 805-966-6774
                  Fax: 805-963-5988
                  E-mail: will@beallandburkhardt.com

Total Assets: $2.7 million

Total Liabilities: $2.24 million

The petition was signed by Carl Douglas Mondo, managing member.

A copy of the Debtor's list of three unsecured creditors is
available for free at http://bankrupt.com/misc/cacb17-10509.pdf


MONUMENT SECURITY: Wants Authority to Continued Use of Cash
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Monument Security, Inc., seeks authorization from the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of California to continue
using cash collateral.

The Debtor intends to use cash collateral to pay expenses necessary
to maintain its ongoing post-petition security services and to
administer its Chapter 11 case.

The Debtor avers that a cash collateral order is already in effect
but is set to expire on April 1, 2017.

Citibank N.A. has two loans secured by all of the assets of the
Debtor, including cash and receivables, the the approximate amounts
of $312,346 and $164,500.  The junior of these loans, in the amount
of $164,500 is also guaranteed by the Small Business
Administration.

Additionally, the Internal Revenue Service also has claims for
taxes from 2014 and 2015 in the approximate amount of $680,000 and
are secured by involuntary blanket liens on the Debtor's assets.

The Debtor contends that the total liens secured by its cash and
receivables is approximately $1,156,846, while its liquid assets,
which includes accounts receivables, totaled approximately
$2,191,855. As such, the Debtor alleges that an equitable cushion
exists between its liquid assets and the security by over
$1,035,008.

In addition, the Debtor contends that the IRS' lien is also
encumbering the personal residence of its former CEO, and thus,
there is approximately $400,000 in equity in that residence, after
application of the homestead exclusion.

A full-text copy of the Debtor's Motion, dated March 14, 2017, is
available at https://is.gd/lrHYFi

                   About Monument Security

Monument Security, Inc. was formed in 1995, and operates a security
services business in California, Nevada, Arizona, Colorado,
Georgia, Florida, Indiana, Louisiana, Maryland, Missouri, New
Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Washington, and
Wyoming.  It also subcontracts work to other security providers in
Alaska, Arizona, New Mexico and North Carolina.  The business had
been successfully run by Scott McDonald for many years and
regularly employs more than 1000 employees.

Monument Security filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. E.D. Cal. No.
17-20689) on Feb. 1, 2017.  The petition was signed by Michael
Bivians, CEO.  The case is assigned to Judge Robert S. Bardwil.
The Debtor is represented by Matthew R. Eason, Esq. and Kyle K.
Tambornini, Esq., at Eason & Tambornini.  At the time of filing,
the Debtor disclosed total assets of $2.82 million and total
liabilities of $3.11 million.


MOTORS LIQUIDATION: Pre-Ch 11 Lenders Dispute Stays in Bankr. Court
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Rick Archer, writing for Bankruptcy Law360, reports that U.S.
District Judge George B. Daniels has denied a motion to take the
dispute between General Motors and 500 of its pre-Chapter 11
lenders out of bankruptcy court on an interlocutory basis.
According to the report, Judge Daniels said that evaluating the
lenders' argument that a six-year delay in being served constitutes
an intrinsic violation of the right to due process would involve a
challenge of the court's factual findings.

                    About Motors Liquidation

General Motors Corporation and three of its affiliates filed for
Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. Lead Case No. 09-50026) on
June 1, 2009.  The Honorable Robert E. Gerber presides over the
Chapter 11 cases.  Harvey R. Miller, Esq., Stephen Karotkin,
Esq., and Joseph H. Smolinsky, Esq., at Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP,
assist the Debtors in their restructuring efforts.  Al Koch at AP
Services, LLC, an affiliate of AlixPartners, LLP, serves as the
Chief Executive Officer for Motors Liquidation Company.  GM is also
represented by Jenner & Block LLP and Honigman Miller
Schwartz and Cohn LLP as counsel.  Cravath, Swaine, & Moore LLP is
providing legal advice to the GM Board of Directors.  GM's
financial advisors are Morgan Stanley, Evercore Partners and the
Blackstone Group LLP.  Garden City Group is the claims and notice
agent of the Debtors.

The U.S. Trustee appointed an Official Committee of Unsecured
Creditors and a separate Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors
Holding Asbestos-Related Claims.  Lawyers at Kramer Levin Naftalis
& Frankel LLP served as bankruptcy counsel to the Creditors
Committee.  Attorneys at Butzel Long served as counsel on supplier
contract matters.  FTI Consulting Inc. served as financial advisors
to the Creditors Committee.  Elihu Inselbuch, Esq., at Caplin &
Drysdale, Chartered, represented the Asbestos Committee.  Legal
Analysis Systems, Inc., served as asbestos valuation analyst.

The Bankruptcy Court entered an order confirming the Debtors'
Second Amended Joint Chapter 11 Plan on March 29, 2011.  The Plan
was declared effect on March 31.

On Dec. 15, 2011, Motors Liquidation Company was dissolved.  On the
Dissolution Date, pursuant to the Plan and the Motors Liquidation
Company GUC Trust Agreement, dated March 30, 2011, between the
parties thereto, the trust administrator and trustee
-- GUC Trust Administrator -- of the Motors Liquidation Company GUC
Trust, assumed responsibility for the affairs of and certain claims
against MLC and its debtor subsidiaries that were not concluded
prior to the Dissolution Date.


MOUNTAIN THUNDER: Trustee's Sale of Assets for $1.8M Approved
-------------------------------------------------------------
Judge Robert J. Faris of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District
of Hawaii authorized the Asset Purchase, Settlement and Release
Agreement of Elizabeth A. Kane, Trustee for Mountain Thunder Coffee
Plantation Coffee International, Inc. and Naturescape Holding Group
International, Inc., with Gemcap Lending I, LLC in connection with
sale of the Debtors' assets for (i) $100,000 in cash; (ii) payment
of all allowed administrative expenses; (ii) a credit bid in the
amount of $1,751,967, as the same may be increased by GemCap, which
will be offset against the secured portion of GemCap's claim; and
(iv) GemCap will subordinate its Deficiency Claim to the first
$150,000 of net recoveries from the Debtors' estates after payment
of the Administrative Expenses and the Unsecured Creditors'
Carveout from the assets remaining in the estates.

A hearing on the Motion was held on March 8, 2017 at 10:30 a.m.

The Purchased Assets will be sold to the Buyer "as is, where is" in
all respects, via quitclaim assignment, and the Trustee makes no
warranties of title or ownership as to any Purchased Assets, and no
representations or warranties with respect any of the Purchased
Assets.

The Trustee is authorized to assume and assign, effective upon
Closing, the Rental Agreement to the Buyer; provided however that
(i) to the extent that any Rental Agreement is subject to a cure
pursuant to Section 365 of the Bankruptcy Code, the Buyer will pay
all such amounts owed at the Closing, and (ii) no counterparty to a
Rental Agreement has timely objected to the assumption and
assignment.  In accordance therewith, the Trustee is authorized to
execute and deliver to the Buyer such documents or other
instruments as may be necessary to assign and transfer the Rental
Agreements to the Buyer as provided in the APA.

Upon the Closing, the Buyer will be fully and irrevocably vested
with all right, title and interest of the Debtors' Estates under
the Rental Agreements and the Trustee and the Debtors' Estates will
be relieved from any further liability with respect to the Rental
Agreements.  The Buyer acknowledges and agrees that from and after
the Closing, subject to and in accordance with the APA, it will
comply with the terms of each assumed and assigned Rental Agreement
in its entirety.  The assumption by the Trustee and assignment to
the Buyer of the Rental Agreements will not be a default under any
such Rental Agreements.

To the extent to the extent a counterparty objects to the notice of
estimated cure amounts sent by the Trustee or to the assumption or
assignment of a Rental Agreement within 21 days of the applicable
notice, the Court will determine such objection at a hearing on
April 10, 2017 at 9:30 a.m.

The Trustee is authorized to assume and assign, the Assumed
Contracts to the Buyer, pursuant to the procedures set forth in the
APA; provided however that to the extent a counterparty objects to
the notice of estimated cure amounts sent by the Trustee or to the
assumption or assignment of an Assumed Contract within 21 days of
the applicable notice, a hearing will be scheduled before the Court
to resolve such objection; provided, however, that the Buyer will
retain the right to forego assumption and assignment of any Assumed
Contract in the event that such an objection is filed; provided
further, however, that as to any Assumed Contract not assumed by
the Buyer, the Buyer will pay any administrative expense
thereunder, if any, and such Assumed Contract will be deemed
abandoned by the Debtors' estates.  If there is no objection, the
Buyer will pay the cure amount to the counterparty, and the Assumed
Contract will be assigned to Buyer.

To the extent there are any timely objections to the cure amount,
or the assumption and assignment of an Assumed Contract, the Court
will determine such objection at a hearing on April 10, 2017 at
9:30 a.m.

On the date of Closing, the Buyer will assume and agree to pay,
perform, and discharge when due all obligations of the Trustee
under the assigned Assumed Contracts and the obligations of the
Trustee with respect to the Purchased Assets (i.e., the Assumed
Liabilities).

Pursuant to the APA, GemCap's credit bid claim in the amount of
$1,751,967 and GemCap's deficiency claim in the amount of
$3,834,244 is allowed; provided however, that the allowance or
determination of GemCap's claim is not a final determination with
respect to the liability of any person other than the Debtors for
the debt owed to GemCap.  GemCap will be entitled to retain the
deficiency claim as an unsecured claim in the Chapter 11 cases;
provided that GemCap will subordinate its deficiency claim to the
first $150,000 of net recoveries from the Debtors' estates after
payment of the administrative expenses and the unsecured creditors'
carve-out from the assets remaining in the estates.

Notwithstanding the provisions of Bankruptcy Rules 6004(h) and
6006(d), the Approval Order will not be stayed after the entry, but
will be effective and enforceable immediately upon entry, and the
14-day stay provided in Bankruptcy Rules 6004(h) and 6006(d) is
expressly waived and will not apply.

A copy of the APA attached to the Order is available for free at:

    http://bankrupt.com/misc/Mountain_Thunder_234_Order.pdf

                  About Mountain Thunder

On Sept. 16, 2016, an involuntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition
was filed against Mountain Thunder Coffee Plantation Int'l Inc.
(Bankr. D. Hawaii Case No. 16-00984).  Hagadone Hawaii, Inc. and
three other alleged creditors signed the petition and were
represented by Case Lombardi & Pettit.

On Sept. 16, 2016, an involuntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition
was filed against Naturescape Holding Group International, Inc.
(Case No. 16-00982).  GemCap Lending I, LLC and two other alleged
creditors signed the petition and are represented by Alston Hunt
Floyd & Ing and Case Lombardi & Pettit.

On Nov. 16, 2016, the Court entered an order approving the
appointment of Elizabeth A. Kane as the bankruptcy trustee of the
estate of Mountain Thunder.

On Dec. 21, 2016, the Court entered an order approving the
appointment of Ms. Kane as the bankruptcy trustee of the estate of
Naturescape.

The Trustee's attorneys:

         SIMON KLEVANSKY
         ALIKA L. PIPER
         Klevansky Piper, LLP
         841 Bishop Street, Suite 1707
         Honolulu, Hawaii
         Tel: (808) 536-0200
         Fax: (808) 237-5757
         E-mail: sklevansky@kplawhawaii.com
                 apiper@kplawhawaii.com

Both cases are assigned to Judge Robert J. Faris.

Upon the appointment of the trustee, the Debtors' exclusive right
to file a bankruptcy plan was terminated.  On December 20, 2016,
GemCap Lending filed its joint Chapter 11 plan of reorganization
for the Debtors.

No official committee of unsecured creditors has been appointed in
the Debtors' cases.


MOUNTAIN WEST VALVE: Amends Treatment of Swift Fin'l Secured Claim
------------------------------------------------------------------
Mountain West Valve, Inc. on March 16 filed with the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the District of Utah its latest disclosure
statement, which explains the company's proposed plan to exit
Chapter 11 protection.

The plan contains revised provisions governing the treatment of
Class 2 secured claim of Swift Financial Corp.  

Under the restructuring plan, Swift Financial will be paid
$435,000, of which $37,000 will be paid prior to the effective date
of the plan.  The balance of $398,000 will be paid within 75 months
after the effective date in minimum monthly payments of no less
than $3,000 per month.  Payments made after month 60 will bear
interest at 3% per annum, according to the latest disclosure
statement.   

A copy of the amended disclosure statement is available for free at
https://is.gd/7N0ELm

                      About Mountain West Valve

Mountain West Valve, Inc., based in Salt Lake City, UT, filed a
Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D. Utah, Case No. 16-21396) on February
29, 2016.  Hon. William T. Thurman presides over the case.  

Matthew K. Broadbent, Esq., at Vannova Legal, PLLC, serves as the
Debtor's bankruptcy counsel.  The Debtor hired Trader Roberts &
Spangler, PLLC as its accountant.

In its petition, the Debtor estimated $100,000 to $500,000 in
assets and $1 million to $10 million in liabilities.  The petition
was signed by Kenny Guest, owner/president.

On December 23, 2016, the Debtor filed its Chapter 11 plan of
reorganization, which proposes to pay general unsecured creditors
$500 per month for 12 months.


MUSCLEPHARM CORP: Peter Lynch Quits as Principal Financial Officer
------------------------------------------------------------------
MusclePharm Corporation announced that, effective as of March 16,
2017, Mr. Peter Lynch left the Company.  The Company is currently
negotiating a separation agreement with Mr. Lynch.  Mr. Douglas
West, V.P. of finance and administration will serve as the
Company's interim principal financial officer and interim principal
accounting officer, according to a Form 8-K report filed with the
Securities and Exchange Commission.

                      About MusclePharm

Headquartered in Denver, Colorado, MusclePharm Corporation (OTCQB:
MSLP) -- http://www.muslepharm.com/-- develops and manufactures a
full line of National Science Foundation approved nutritional
supplements that are 100 percent free of banned substances.
MusclePharm is sold in over 120 countries and available in over
5,000 U.S. retail outlets, including GNC and Vitamin Shoppe.
MusclePharm products are also sold in over 100 online stores,
including bodybuilding.com, Amazon.com and Vitacost.com.

MusclePharm reported a net loss of $3.47 million on $132.5 million
of net revenue for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016, compared to a net
loss of $51.85 million on $166.85 million of net revenue for the
year ended Dec. 31, 2015.  The Company's balance sheet at Dec. 31,
2016, showed $34.09 million in total assets, $38.97 million in
total liabilities, and a total stockholders' deficit of $4.88
million.


NAS HOLDINGS: May 13 Disclosure Statement Approval Hearing
----------------------------------------------------------
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of North Carolina
will convene a hearing on May 13, 2017, at 2:00 p.m. to consider
approval and rule on the adequacy of the disclosure statement filed
by NAS Holdings, Inc. on March 13, 2017.

Written objections to the disclosure statement must be served on
April 20, 2017.

The Troubled Company Reporter previously reported that each holder
of Class D General Unsecured Claims will be paid 100% of the claim
within 14 days of plan confirmation.  Under this class, Discover
Bank will be paid $526.11.  This class is impaired.

Funds for implementation of the Plan will be derived from the
Debtors' income, specifically from an operating agreement the
Debtor shares with a related entity BGSO, Inc., which operates a
franchise of Brixx Woodfired Pizza.

The Disclosure Statement is available at:

          http://bankrupt.com/misc/ncmb16-50346-223.pdf

                      About NAS Holdings

NAS Holdings, Inc. sought chapter 11 protection (Bankr. M.D.N.C.
Case No. 16-50346) on April 1, 2016.  The petition was signed by
Neeket Vadgama, vice president. The Debtor is represented by
Kenneth Love, Esq., at Love and Dillenbeck Law, PLLC. The case is
assigned to Judge Catharine R. Aron.  The Debtor estimated assets
of $500,000 to $1 million and debt of $1 million to $10 million.  

The Debtor is a holding company, running three franchises of Brixx
Wood Fired Pizza in Greensboro and Winston Salem, North Carolina
and in Marietta, Georgia.

The Bankruptcy Administrator was unable to form a creditors'
committee in the Debtor's chapter 11 cases.


NATURESCAPE HOLDING: Trustee's Sale of Assets for $1.8M Approved
----------------------------------------------------------------
Judge Robert J. Faris of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District
of Hawaii authorized the Asset Purchase, Settlement and Release
Agreement of Elizabeth A. Kane, Trustee for Naturescape Holding
Group International, Inc. and Mountain Thunder Coffee Plantation
Coffee International, Inc., with Gemcap Lending I, LLC in
connection with sale of the Debtors' assets for (i) $100,000 in
cash; (ii) payment of all allowed administrative expenses; (ii) a
credit bid in the amount of $1,751,967, as the same may be
increased by GemCap, which will be offset against the secured
portion of GemCap's claim; and (iv) GemCap will subordinate its
Deficiency Claim to the first $150,000 of net recoveries from the
Debtors' estates after payment of the Administrative Expenses and
the Unsecured Creditors' Carveout from the assets remaining in the
estates.

A hearing on the Motion was held on March 8, 2017 at 10:30 a.m.

The Purchased Assets will be sold to the Buyer "as is, where is" in
all respects, via quitclaim assignment, and the Trustee makes no
warranties of title or ownership as to any Purchased Assets, and no
representations or warranties with respect any of the Purchased
Assets.

The Trustee is authorized to assume and assign, effective upon
Closing, the Rental Agreement to the Buyer; provided however that
(i) to the extent that any Rental Agreement is subject to a cure
pursuant to Section 365 of the Bankruptcy Code, the Buyer will pay
all such amounts owed at the Closing, and (ii) no counterparty to a
Rental Agreement has timely objected to the assumption and
assignment.  In accordance therewith, the Trustee is authorized to
execute and deliver to the Buyer such documents or other
instruments as may be necessary to assign and transfer the Rental
Agreements to the Buyer as provided in the APA.

Upon the Closing, the Buyer will be fully and irrevocably vested
with all right, title and interest of the Debtors' Estates under
the Rental Agreements and the Trustee and the Debtors' Estates will
be relieved from any further liability with respect to the Rental
Agreements.  The Buyer acknowledges and agrees that from and after
the Closing, subject to and in accordance with the APA, it will
comply with the terms of each assumed and assigned Rental Agreement
in its entirety.  The assumption by the Trustee and assignment to
the Buyer of the Rental Agreements will not be a default under any
such Rental Agreements.

To the extent to the extent a counterparty objects to the notice of
estimated cure amounts sent by the Trustee or to the assumption or
assignment of a Rental Agreement within 21 days of the applicable
notice, the Court will determine such objection at a hearing on
April 10, 2017 at 9:30 a.m.

The Trustee is authorized to assume and assign, the Assumed
Contracts to the Buyer, pursuant to the procedures set forth in the
APA; provided however that to the extent a counterparty objects to
the notice of estimated cure amounts sent by the Trustee or to the
assumption or assignment of an Assumed Contract within 21 days of
the applicable notice, a hearing will be scheduled before the Court
to resolve such objection; provided, however, that the Buyer will
retain the right to forego assumption and assignment of any Assumed
Contract in the event that such an objection is filed; provided
further, however, that as to any Assumed Contract not assumed by
the Buyer, the Buyer will pay any administrative expense
thereunder, if any, and such Assumed Contract will be deemed
abandoned by the Debtors' estates.  If there is no objection, the
Buyer will pay the cure amount to the counterparty, and the Assumed
Contract will be assigned to Buyer.

To the extent there are any timely objections to the cure amount,
or the assumption and assignment of an Assumed Contract, the Court
will determine such objection at a hearing on April 10, 2017 at
9:30 a.m.

On the date of Closing, the Buyer will assume and agree to pay,
perform, and discharge when due all obligations of the Trustee
under the assigned Assumed Contracts and the obligations of the
Trustee with respect to the Purchased Assets (i.e., the Assumed
Liabilities).

Pursuant to the APA, GemCap's credit bid claim in the amount of
$1,751,967 and GemCap's deficiency claim in the amount of
$3,834,244 is allowed; provided however, that the allowance or
determination of GemCap's claim is not a final determination with
respect to the liability of any person other than the Debtors for
the debt owed to GemCap.  GemCap will be entitled to retain the
deficiency claim as an unsecured claim in the Chapter 11 cases;
provided that GemCap will subordinate its deficiency claim to the
first $150,000 of net recoveries from the Debtors' estates after
payment of the administrative expenses and the unsecured creditors'
carve-out from the assets remaining in the estates.

Notwithstanding the provisions of Bankruptcy Rules 6004(h) and
6006(d), the Approval Order will not be stayed after the entry, but
will be effective and enforceable immediately upon entry, and the
14-day stay provided in Bankruptcy Rules 6004(h) and 6006(d) is
expressly waived and will not apply.

A copy of the APA attached to the Order is available for free at:

    http://bankrupt.com/misc/Mountain_Thunder_234_Order.pdf

                    About Naturescape Holding

GemCap Lending I, LLC and two other creditors of Naturescape
Holding Group International Inc. filed an involuntary Chapter 11
petition (Bankr. D. Ha. Case No. 16-00982) against the company on
September 16, 2016. The two other creditors are Karen Fazzio and
Mario Hooper.

On the same day, four creditors filed an involuntary Chapter 11
petition (Bankr. D. Ha. Case No. 16-00984) against Mountain
Thunder
Coffee Plantation Int'l Inc., an affiliate of Naturescape. The
creditors are Hagadone Hawaii Inc., Thomas Spruance, Joseph Hing,
Sr. and Russell Komo.

Both cases are assigned to Judge Robert J. Faris.  The Naturescape
creditors are represented by Alston Hunt Floyd & Ing.  Case
Lombardi & Pettit serves as legal counsel to the MTC creditors.  

On November 16, 2016, Elizabeth Kane was appointed as the Chapter
11 trustee for the Debtors.  Klevansky Piper, LLP and Peter
Matsumoto serve as her legal counsel and accountant, respectively.

Upon the appointment of the trustee, the Debtors' exclusive right
to file a bankruptcy plan was terminated.  On December 20, 2016,
GemCap Lending filed its joint Chapter 11 plan of reorganization
for the Debtors.

An official committee of unsecured creditors was appointed in the
case.  The committee proposed Case Lombardi & Pettit to be its
legal counsel.

George Van Buren, the state court receiver of Naturescape, is
represented by Rush Moore LLP.


NET ELEMENT: Corrects Report on CEO's Contingent Bonus Awards
-------------------------------------------------------------
Net Element, Inc., filed an amendment to its Form 8-K report
furnished with the Securities and Exchange Commission on March 3,
2017, in order to update and correct the disclosure in paragraph B
of Item 5.02 of the Original Filing by removing a sentence
regarding a contingent $450,000 cash performance bonus to Oleg
Firer, the chief executive officer of the Company.

Item B. Awards Outside 2013 Equity Incentive Compensation Plan, as
amended.

On Feb. 28, 2017, in reliance on applicable exemption from the
securities laws registration requirements and subject to the
Corporation shareholders' approval for purposes of compliance with
the Nasdaq Rule 5635(c), the Committee awarded to Oleg Firer, the
chief executive officer of the Company, 471,388 restricted shares
of the Company common stock as performance bonus.  Those restricted
shares will be not issued and will be deemed forfeited if such
shareholders' approval is not obtained until the end of the
Corporation's fiscal year 2017.  Further, the Committee approved
$300,000 cash performance bonus to Oleg Firer, payable when the
Company has sufficient capital to pay such cash bonus and cover the
Company's on-going monthly operations.

                     About Net Element

Miami, Fla.-based Net Element International, Inc., formerly Net
Element, Inc., currently operates several online media Web sites
in the film, auto racing and emerging music talent markets.

Net Element reported a net loss of $13.3 million on $40.2 million
of total revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2015, compared to a
net loss of $10.2 million on $21.4 million of total revenues for
the year ended Dec. 31, 2014.  As of Sept. 30, 2016, Net Element
had $23.39 million in total assets, $16.82 million in total
liabilities and $6.56 million in total stockholders' equity.

Daszkal Bolton LLP, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, issued a "going
concern" qualification on the consolidated financial statements for
the year ended Dec. 31, 2015, citing that the Company has sustained
recurring losses from operations and has working capital and
accumulated deficits that raise substantial doubt about its ability
to continue as a going concern.


NORTHEAST ENERGY: Panel Hires Bernstein-Burkley as Counsel
----------------------------------------------------------
The Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors of Northeast Energy
Management, Inc. seeks authorization from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
for the Western District of Pennsylvania to retain Robert S.
Bernstein, Kirk B. Burkley, and Bernstein-Burkley, P.C. as
counsel.

Bernstein-Burkley will be paid at these hourly rates:

       Robert S. Bernstein, Partner        $545  
       Nicholas D. Krawec, Partner         $385  
       Kirk B. Burkley, Partner            $395  
       Arch W. Riley, Jr., Partner         $375  
       Kit F. Pettit, Partner              $315  
       Travis A. Knobbe, Partner           $300  
       Arthur Zamosky, Associate           $300  
       Peter J. Ashcroft, Associate        $275  
       Allison L. Carr, Associate          $270  
       Kyle R. Smith, Associate            $245
       Daniel R. Schimizzi, Associate      $265  
       Ray Wendolowski, Associate          $235
       Lara E. Shipkovitz, Associate       $265  
       Cheryl Bauer, Legal Assistant       $175  
       Christina Wirick, Legal Assistant   $145

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

Robert S. Bernstein, managing partner of the law firm, 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 Debtor and its estate.

Bernstein-Burkley can be reached at:

       Robert S. Bernstein, Esq.
       Kirk B. Burkley, Esq.
       Daniel R. Schimizzi, Esq.
       BERNSTEIN-BURKLEY, P.C.
       707 Grant Street, Suite 2200
       Gulf Tower Pittsburgh, PA 15219
       Tel: (412) 456-8100
       Fax: (412) 456-8135
       E-mail: rbernstein@bernsteinlaw.com  
               kburkley@bernsteinlaw.com
               dschimizzi@bernsteinlaw.com

                About Northeast Energy Management

Northeast Energy Management, Inc., based in Indiana, PA, filed a
Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. W.D. Pa. Case No. 17-70032) on Jan. 16,
2017.  The Hon. Jeffery A. Deller presides over the case.  Michael
J. Henny, Esq., at the Law Office of Michael J. Henny, to serve as
bankruptcy counsel.

In its petition, the Debtor estimated $1 million to $10 million in
both assets and liabilities.  The petition was signed by Paul G.
Ruddy, secretary.



NORTHERN BREWING: Hires Griffith Jay as Substitute Counsel
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Great Northern Brewing company seeks authorization from the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Texas to employ
Griffith, Jay & Michel, LLP as substitute counsel for the Debtor.

The Debtor is a closely held private company. As a result of a
divorce, the equity control of the Debtor recently changed. GJM has
been asked to substitute as counsel for the Debtor in place of The
Law Office of Mark A. Weisbart.

The Debtor requires GJM to:

     a. advise the Debtor generally with respect to general and
restructuring matters;

     b. represent and advise the Debtor with respect to matters
that generally arise in this matter or an ordinary chapter 11
case;

     c. assist the Debtor and its other professionals with the
protection and preservation of the estate of the Debtor;

     d. assist the Debtor with preparing necessary motions,
applications, answers, orders, reports, and papers in connection
with and required for the orderly administration of the estate;
and

     e. perform any and all other general and restructuring legal
services for the Debtor in connection with the Chapter 11 case the
Debtor determines are necessary and appropriate.

GJM lawyer who will work on the Debtor's case and his hourly rate:

     Mark J. Petrocchi, Esq.           $385

The hourly billing rates for attorneys at GJM range from $150 to
$400 for attorneys.

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

Mark J. Petrocchi, Esq., employed by Griffith, Jay & Michel, LLP,
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 Debtor and its estates.

GJM may be reached at:

     Mark J. Petrocchi, Esq.
     Griffith, Jay & Michel, LLP
     2200 Forest Park Blvd.
     Fort Worth, TX 76110
     Phone: (817) 926-2500
     Fax: (817) 926-2505
     E-mail: mpetrocchi@lawgjm.com

              About Great Northern Brewing Company

Great Northern Brewing Company, a Texas corporation, has its
principal place of business at 4018 Amon Carter Blvd, #204, Fort
Worth, TX 76155. It is the owner and operator of the Great Northern
Brewery located at 2 Central Avenue, Whitefish, Montana 59937. The
Brewery, in operation since 1995, produces specialty lagers and
ales and has the capacity to brew 10,000 barrels annually. The
Debtor is actively managed by Dennis Konopatzke, its Chief
Executive Officer and sole director.

Great Northern Brewing Company filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr.
N.D. Tex. Case No. 16-43989) on Oct. 14, 2016.  The petition was
signed by Dennis Konopatzke, chief executive officer.  The case is
assigned to Judge Russell F. Nelms.  The Debtor is represented by
Mark A. Weisbart, Esq., at the Law Office of Mark A. Weisbart.  At
the time of filing, the Debtor estimated assets and liabilities at
$1 million to $10 million.


OLIVERAY LLC: PA Selling Eatonville Property for $30K
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Mark D. Waldron, the Court-appointed Plan Administrator of Debtor
Oliveray, LLC, asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western
District of Washington to authorize the sale of the unimproved real
property located at XXX Mountain Highway East in Eatonville,
Washington for $30,000, subject to overbid.

A hearing on the Motion is set for April 20, 2017 at 9:00 a.m.
Objection deadline is April 13, 2017.

The property consists of 5.84 acres of undeveloped land, designated
as Pierce County Tax Parcel No. 0317364003.  The property is owned
by the Debtor.  The confirmed Chapter 11 Plan contemplates the sale
of the property.

The 2016 tax assessed value for 2017 property taxes was $68,400.
There are no underlying liens on the subject property, however the
real property taxes are past due from 2010 to present, in the
approximate amount of $7,487.

The Debtor listed the subject property for sale in 2012 at a price
of $59,000, with realtor Larry Nordberg of Keller Williams Realty,
and the property remained on the market for over 460 days before
expiring.  The Keller Williams listing was resumed in December 2014
at a price of $55,000, until it was terminated at the time of PA's
appointment in January 2015.  In April 2015, the PA listed the
property with Neil Walter Co. for $59,000.  The PA has reduced the
price on two occasions as a result of not receiving any offers.
The property has now been listed at $41,000 since February 2016 and
the PA has only received one offer, made in August 2016 for
$17,800.  The PA countered that offer at $38,000 and received no
response.

The PA has now received two offers, both for $30,000, all cash at
closing.  The PA requests that the Court enter an Order authorizing
him to sell the real property to any third party buyer who is
unrelated to the Debtor or anyone connected with the case and who
will actually complete the sale, for the sum of $30,000 or higher,
all cash at closing.  The sale will be conveyed free and clear of
all liens, claims of creditors, and encumbrances.

The sale is subject to execution of a Vacant Land Purchase and Sale
Agreement and certain addenda between the PA and the buyer.  The
Motion does not contain all terms of the sale.

To date, there have been no better offers for the property and the
property taxes are continuing to accrue.  The sale will provide for
payment in full of Claim No. 8, owing to Pierce County Budget and
Finance for the past due property taxes, with remaining proceeds to
the estate for distribution to claimants.  In addition, this is the
last parcel of real property to be sold and therefore the PA
anticipates finalizing the Chapter 11 proceeding following the
closing of the sale.  The original Plan as confirmed anticipated
the sale of the property by April 5, 2015, which obviously did not
occur.

The property is sold as is and where is.  The PA makes no
representations or warranties and the sale is without recourse
against said PA, either individually or as Plan Administrator.  The
PA has executed a listing agreement with Neil Walter and has agreed
to pay a 5% commission on the gross sales price.  The commission
will be shared with the selling firm and the PA does request
authority to pay the same at closing.  The PA also asks authority
to pay, at closing from proceeds of the sale, all reasonable costs
of sale, including but not limited to commissions, escrow fees,
title insurance, past due real property taxes as set forth and the
prorated 2017 real property taxes.  The net sale proceeds will be
distributed to and held by the PA for eventual distribution
according to the Plan.

The PA believes that the sale is in the best interest of the estate
and its creditors.  Accordingly, the PA asks the Court's approval
to complete the proposed sale.

The Plan Administrator can be reached at:

          Mark D. Waldron, Esq.
          ORLANDINI & WALDRON
          6711 Regents Blvd. W.
          Tacoma, WA 98466
          Telephone: (253) 565-5800
          Facsimile: (253) 564-2998

Oliveray, LLC sought Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. W.D. Wash. Case
No. 11-45472) on July 7, 2011.  The case was filed pro se.


OMEROS CORP: Gregory Demopulos Reports 8.4% Stake as of Dec. 31
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Gregory A. Demopulos, M.D. disclosed in an amended Schedule 13G
filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission that as of Dec.
31, 2016, he beneficially owns 3,825,659 shares of common stock,
$0.01 par value, of Omeros Corporation representing 8.4 percent of
the shares outstanding.  A full-text copy of the regulatory filing
is available for free at https://is.gd/lMKIjv

                     About Omeros Corp

Omeros Corporation is a biopharmaceutical company committed to
discovering, developing and commercializing both small-molecule and
protein therapeutics for large-market as well as orphan indications
targeting inflammation, coagulopathies and disorders of the central
nervous system.

Omeros reported a net loss of $75.09 million in 2015, a net loss of
$73.67 million in 2014 and a net loss of $39.79 million in 2013.
As of Sept. 30, 2016, Omeros had $72.76 million in total assets,
$95.53 million in total liabilities and a total shareholders'
deficit of $22.77 million.

Ernst & Young LLP, in Seattle, Washington, issued a "going concern"
qualification on the consolidated financial statements for the year
ended Dec. 31, 2015, citing that the Company has recurring losses
from operations and has a net capital deficiency that raise
substantial doubt about its ability to continue as a going concern.


OMINTO INC: Files Form 8-A for Common Stock
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In Form 8-A filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on
March 13, 2017, Ominto Inc reported its registration of its Common
Stock at $0.0001 par value, which stock is to be registered at the
Nasdaq Capital Market LLC.  As of December 15, 2016, 17,582,974
shares of the Common Stock, par value $0.001 per share, were
outstanding and 185,000 shares of Preferred Stock, par value $0.01
per share, were outstanding.  A full-text copy of the regulatory
filing is available at https://is.gd/1ooCHx

                           About Ominto

Ominto, Inc., was incorporated under the laws of the State of
Nevada on June 4, 1999, as Clamshell Enterprises, Inc., which name
was changed to MediaNet Group Technologies, Inc. in May 2003, then
to DubLi, Inc. on Sept. 25, 2012, and finally to Ominto, Inc. as of
July 1, 2015.  The DubLi Network was merged into the Company, as
its primary business in October 2009.

Ominto reported a net loss of $10.30 million on $17.69 million of
revenues for the year ended Sept. 30, 2016, compared to a net loss
of $11.69 million on $21.28 million of revenues for the year ended
Sept. 30, 2015.

As of Dec. 31, 2016, Ominto had $65.84 million in total assets,
$44.01 million in total liabilities, $6.62 million in stockholders'
equity and $15.19 million in non-controlling interest.


ON-CALL STAFFING: Authorized to Use Renasant Bank Cash Collateral
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Judge Jason D. Woodard of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Northern District of Mississippi authorized On-Call Staffing, Inc.,
to use the cash collateral in which Renasant Bank claims an
interest.

Renasant Bank holds allowed claims against the estate secured by
liens on certain cash collateral and certain real estate of Debtor
located at 267 Hughes Road, Courtland, MS.

The Debtor owed Renasant Bank under Note 1 in the amount of
$254,931 plus attorney's fees and costs, plus daily interest
accrual at the rate of $35 commencing February 25, 2017 until paid.
Further, the Debtor owed Renasant Bank under Note 2 in the amount
of not less than $173,828 plus attorney's fees and costs, plus
daily interest accrual at the rate of $30 commencing January 11,
2017 until paid.

As such, as adequate protection of Renasant Bank's interests
pending confirmation of a Chapter 11 Plan or other disposition of
the Debtor's case, the Parties agreed and the Court incorporated
these terms and provisions:

      (a) The Debtor is directed to make adequate protection
payment to Renasant Bank the sum of $4,000 monthly, beginning March
15, 2017;

      (b) Renasant Bank's prepetition, first Deed of Trust lien on
the Real Estate was confirmed and ratified as continuing in
accordance with all applicable law, including bankruptcy, and
Renasant Bank is granted an unrestricted, first priority,
postpetition lien upon all postpetition cash collateral of the same
nature as the prepetition cash collateral and proceeds thereof as
to each and every item of collateral;

      (c) The debts evidenced by Notes 1 and 2 will not subject to
any claims of set-off, recoupment or other disputes of any nature
exist in defense of the enforceability of Debtor's obligations to
Renasant Bank under Notes 1 and/or 2 and the related collateral
agreements, and Debtor acknowledged and agreed that the Real Estate
and the Cash Collateral each serve to secure all obligations of
Debtor under both Notes 1 and 2;

      (d) The Debtor agreed that Renasant Bank's attorney's fees,
costs and post-petition interest will be allowable and constitute a
portion of Renasant Bank's secured claim;

      (e) The Debtor is directed to furnish to Renasant Bank:

           (i) all work-in-progress,
          (ii) current amounts billed and unpaid (i.e., amounts
billed and outstanding),
         (iii) amounts collected and on hand, and,
          (iv) a monthly profit and loss statement (income
statement); and

      (f) The Debtor will insure, maintain and pay taxes upon the
Real Estate as provided in the Deed of Trust and will provide
Renasant Bank with adequate proof thereof, and pay any outstanding
prior years' taxes, including 2016, taxes against the Real Estate
in full not later than July 31, 2017.

A full-text copy of the Agreed Order, dated March 8, 2017, is
available at http://tinyurl.com/ly2qdks

                        About On-Call Staffing

On-Call Staffing, Inc., filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. N.D.
Miss. Case No. 16-13823) on Oct. 28, 2016.  The Debtor is
represented by J. Walter Newman, IV, Esq., at Newman & Newman.  The
petition was signed by its President, Lee Garner III.  At the time
of the filing, the Debtor estimated assets at $100,000 to $500,000
and liabilities at $500,000 to $1 million.


OSAGE MASONRY: Asks for Court's Nod to Use Cash Collateral
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Osage Masonry Holdings, LLC, seeks permission from the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Missouri to use cash
collateral.

The Debtor is indebted to the Internal Revenue Service pursuant to
filed liens, which hold security interests in and liens upon the
Debtor's cash account receivables and inventory.  The Debtor's
cash, inventory, and accounts receivable constitute cash
collateral.  The IRS claims a secured interest in cash collateral
of the Debtor by virtue of liens filed on various dates.

In return for the IRS's consent to the Debtor's use of the cash
collateral in which the IRS has a secured interest, and as adequate
protection to the IRS, the IRS is granted replacement liens in
postpetition cash collateral of the Debtor to the same extent that
the IRS has valid liens on prepetition cash collateral.

To the extent the adequate protection provided to the IRS proves to
not be adequate to protect the IRS against a postpetition
diminution in the value of their collateral arising from the stay
of action against the property from the use, sale or lease of the
property, or from the granting of a lien under Section 364(d),
within the meaning of Section 507(b), then the IRS is entitled to
have its claims for the diminution in value of its collateral
allowed as a superpriority administrative expenses pursuant to
Section 507(b).

The Debtor has no source of income other than from the operation of
its businesses and the collection of its accounts.  If Debtor is
not permitted to use cash collateral in the ordinary course of its
business, it will be unable to pay its operating and business
expenses, thus effectively precluding its orderly reorganization in
these chapter 11 proceedings and causing imminent and irreparable
harm to its bankruptcy estate.

A copy of the budget is available at:

          http://bankrupt.com/misc/mowb17-50080-7.pdf

                  About Osage Masonry Holdings

Osage Masonry Holdings, LLC, a masonry company based in Parkville,
Missouri, sought protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code
(Bankr. W.D. Mo. Case No. 17-50080) on Feb. 28, 2017.  

Colin N. Gotham, Esq., at Evans & Mullinix, P.A., serves as the
Debtor's bankruptcy counsel.

At the time of the filing, the Debtor estimated assets of less than
$100,000 and liabilities of less than $1 million.


OSPREY UTAH: Hires Ryals Donaldson & Agricola as Special Counsel
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Osprey Utah, LLC seeks authorization from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
for the Southern District of Alabama to employ Ryals, Donaldson &
Agricola as Special Counsel.

On March 3, 2017, the Debtor filed an adversary case against Levada
EF Five, LLC Adrian Zajac, and Argos Investment Partners LLC.

The Debtor requires Ryals, Donaldson & Agricola to represent the
Debtor in the adversary case.

Ryals, Donaldson & Agricola will be paid at $275 per hour.

Albert S. Agricola, Jr., Esq., attorney with the firm of Ryals,
Donaldson & Agricola, PC, assured the Court that the firm does not
represent any interest adverse to the Debtor and its estates.

Ryals, Donaldson & Agricola may be reached at:

         Albert S. Agricola, Jr.
         Ryals, Donaldson & Agricola, PC
         60 Commerce Street, Suite 1400
         Montgomery, AL
         Tel: (334) 834-5290
         Fax: (334) 834-5297
         E-mail: aagricola@rdafirm.com

                      About Osprey Utah

Osprey Utah, LLC sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. S.D. Ala. Case No. 16-02270) on July 8,
2016.  The petition was signed by Charles K. Breland, Jr., member
and manager.   The case is assigned to Judge Jerry C. Oldshue.  At
the time of the filing, the Debtor estimated its assets and debts
at $1 million to $10 million.


OVERTON & OGBURN: Wants Plan Filing Extended Through May 11
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Overton & Ogburn Associates, Inc., asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
for the District of Maryland to further extend the exclusive
periods during which only the Debtor may file a plan and solicit
acceptances to that Chapter 11 plan by 45 days, or through May 11,
2017, and July 10, 2017, respectively.

The Debtor owns a parcel of real property improved by an office
building located in Carroll County, Maryland.  The Debtor's current
sole source of income is the rents it collects from the tenants of
the Commercial Property.  The Commercial Property consists of two
parcels of land, which together are commonly known as 909 Baltimore
Boulevard, Westminster, Maryland 21157.

This is the Debtor's third, and likely final, request for an
extension of the Exclusive Periods.  The Debtor contends that the
request is necessary to allow negotiations with two serious buyers
for the Commercial Property to conclude.  Since the filing of the
Chapter 11 case, the Debtor has engaged professionals to assist in
its reorganization proceedings, obtained cash collateral orders to
pay its ongoing operating expenses, and operated in a generally
profitable manner.  The Debtor says it will soon enter a crucial
stage of its plan development as it finalizes the terms of sale.

The Debtor asserts that the request for the extension is not
unreasonable given the status of a sale of the Commercial Property.
The Debtor assures the Court that it is not seeking the extension
to delay the filing of a plan for some speculative event or to
pressure creditors to accede to a plan that is unsatisfactory to
them.  The Debtor expects that any plan that it proposes will
provide full payment to JTS and a substantial dividend to other
creditors.  Creditors will not be prejudiced by a further short
extension of the Exclusive Periods.

               About Overton & Ogburn Associates

Overton & Ogburn Associates, Inc. is a Maryland Corporation formed
in 1976 with its principal office at 4626 Annapolis Road,
Bladensburg, Maryland 20781. The Debtor is owned by John A.
Overton. The Debtor is licensed to handle construction projects in
the Commonwealth of Virginia and also owns a parcel of real
property, commonly known as 909 Baltimore Boulevard, Westminster,
Carroll County, Maryland 21157, improved by an office building.

Overton & Ogburn Associates, Inc. filed a Chapter 11 petition
(Bankr. D. Md. Case No. 16-14029), on March 29, 2016.  The
Petition
was signed by John Overton Jr., president.  The case is assigned
to
Judge David E. Rice.  The Debtor is represented by Alan M.
Grochal,
Esq. at Tydings & Rosenberg, LLP.  At the time of filing, the
Debtor had both assets and liabilities estimated at $1 million to
$10 million.

The Debtor has retained Lee & Associates Chesapeake Region, LLC as
Sales and Leasing Agent.


OVERTON'S INC: Wants to Obtain DIP Financing, Use Cash Collateral
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Overton's, Inc., and Gander Mountain Co., ask the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the District of Minnesota to authorize them to obtain DIP
financing and use of cash collateral on an interim basis to ensure
their continued operations during their bankruptcy cases as they
implement a sale process.

Judge Robert J. Kressel will convene an expedited hearing and on
the portion of the Motion seeking an interim order on March 14,
2017 at 1:30 p.m.  Judge Michael E. Ridgway will convene a hearing
on the portion of the Motion seeking a final order will be held on
April 6, 2017 at 9:00 a.m.  Given the expedited nature of the
relief sought with respect to the portion of the Motion seeking an
interim order, the Debtors do not object to written responses being
served and filed two hours prior to the hearing.  Any response to
the Motion for a final order must be filed not later than March 31,
2017.

The petitions commencing the Debtors' chapter 11 cases were filed
on March 10, 2017.  The Debtors have filed, contemporaneously with
the Motion, a motion requesting joint administration of their
chapter 11 cases pursuant to Bankruptcy Rule 1015(b).

As of the Petition Date, the Debtors owe a total of approximately
$424,500,000 in principal plus accrued interest on the Prepetition
Secured Obligations.

As of the Petition Date, the Debtors had outstanding secured debt
to various lenders pursuant to that certain Credit Agreement dated
as of April 11, 2011 ("Prepetition ABL Credit Documents"), by and
among (a) the Lead Borrower, (b) the other Borrowers party thereto
from time to time, (c) the Guarantors party thereto from time to
time, (d) Wells Fargo Bank, National Association, as administrative
agent and collateral agent ("Prepetition ABL Agent") for its own
benefit and the benefit of the other Credit Parties, and (e) the
Lenders from time to time party thereto ("Prepetition ABL
Creditors").

As of March 9, 2017, the aggregate outstanding principal amount
owed by the Debtors under the Prepetition ABL Credit Documents was
not less than $389,570,718, consisting of Tranche A revolving
credit loans in the outstanding principal amount of $359,557,399,
Tranche A-1 revolving credit loans in the outstanding principal
amount of $26,897,593 and issued and outstanding letters of credit
in the amount of $3,115,726 ("Prepetition ABL Obligations").

As of the Petition Date, the Debtors also had outstanding secured
debt to various lenders pursuant to that certain Term Loan Credit
Agreement dated as of June 17, 2015 ("Prepetition Term Loan
Documents"), by and among (a) the Lead Borrower, (b) the other
Borrowers party thereto from time to time, (c) the Guarantors party
thereto from time to time, (d) Pathlight Capital LLC, as
administrative agent and collateral agent ("Prepetition Term Loan
Creditors").

As of the Petition Date, the aggregate outstanding principal amount
owed by the Debtors under the Prepetition Term Loan Documents was
not less than $35,000,000 ("Prepetition Secured Obligations").

Prior to the Petition Date, the Debtors granted security interests
in and liens on substantially all personal property of the Debtors,
including, without limitation, accounts, inventory, equipment, and
general intangibles ("Prepetition Collateral") to the Prepetition
ABL Agent and the Prepetition Term Loan Agent ("Prepetition Senior
Liens") to secure repayment of the Prepetition Secured Obligations.
Pursuant to that certain Intercreditor Agreement dated as of June
17, 2015 ("Intercreditor Agreement") by and between the Prepetition
ABL Agent and the Prepetition Term Loan Agent, the Prepetition ABL
Agent and the Prepetition Term Loan Agent have agreed on the
respective rights, interests, obligations, priority, and positions
of the Prepetition Secured Creditors with respect to the
Prepetition Collateral.  

During fiscal 2013 and 2014, the Company also entered into a series
of Equipment/Fixture Financing Notes ("EFNs") under the terms of a
Master Loan Agreement, dated as of July 26, 2013 ("EFN Master
Agreement"), with U.S. Bank Equipment Finance, a division of U.S.
Bank National Association.  The EFNs generally carry fixed interest
rates ranging from 2.6% to 3.84%, mature in 4 years from the date
of issue, and require monthly payments of interest and principal.
As of the Petition Date, the Company owed approximately $17,746,631
in principal plus accrued and unpaid interest on the EFNs.

Other than the Prepetition ABL Facility, the Prepetition Term Loan
Facility, and the EFN Master Agreement, the Debtors do not have any
material secured debt.  

The Prepetition Senior Liens have priority over any and all other
liens, if any, on the Prepetition Collateral, subject only to
certain other liens otherwise permitted by the Prepetition Credit
Documents and otherwise had priority over any and all other liens
on the Prepetition Collateral.

As of the Petition Date, the value of the Prepetition Collateral
securing the Prepetition Secured Obligations exceeded the amount of
those obligations, and accordingly the Prepetition Secured
Obligations are allowed secured claims, together with accrued and
unpaid and accruing interest, fees, costs and other charges, and
further including the Prepetition ABL Indemnity Reserve and
Prepetition Term Loan Indemnity Reserve.

All of the Debtors' cash constitute Cash Collateral and is
Prepetition Collateral of the Prepetition Secured Creditors.  By
virtue of filing petitions for relief under title 11, the Debtors
are in default under each of the Prepetition ABL Documents and the
Prepetition Term Loan Documents.

The Debtors have analyzed whether they could finance their
operations during the case using only the Cash Collateral and have
concluded that DIP Financing is necessary for a number of reasons.
Accordingly, if approved, the DIP Financing will preserve and
enhance the value of the Debtors' estates and, as such, entry into
the DIP Financing is a sound exercise of the Debtors' business
judgment.

The Debtors sought but did not receive any alternative DIP lending
proposals.

Recognizing the Debtors' need for financing, and in consultation
with its advisors, the Debtors negotiated with the DIP Agent
regarding the terms of potential DIP financing.  As the result of
good faith, arm's-length negotiations, the DIP Lenders have agreed
to extend up to $452,000,000 of post-petition financing to roll up
the Prepetition ABL Loan on a "creeping" basis and provide the
Debtors with operating capital.

The Debtors need access to the Cash Collateral and DIP Financing
to, among other things, (a) purchase goods from and make payments
to vendors on a current basis post-petition; (b) continue to pay
employees; and (c) pay ordinary operating expenses, such as rent,
utilities, taxes and fees.  The Debtors' cash needs are set forth
on the Approved Budget.

The Budget contemplates these cash receipts and disbursements:

          Week Of     Total Cash Receipts  Total Disbursements
          ------      -------------------  -------------------
          3/18/17         $19,347,974         $10,794,718
          3/25/17         $19,564,650         $28,040,222
          4/01/17         $20,887,094         $14,398,487
          4/08/17         $22,785,132         $30,370,465
          4/15/17         $26,004,386         $17,941,823
          4/22/17         $25,195,903         $25,114,956
          4/29/17         $25,632,423         $14,295,157
          5/06/17         $26,052,951         $31,556,964
          5/13/17         $25,379,103         $13,247,453
          5/20/17         $26,117,621         $21,178,639
          5/27/17         $25,320,665         $18,858,196
          6/03/17         $27,677,779         $24,647,927

Under the DIP Financing, the Debtors will pay a 0.25% Arrangement
Fee and a 1.0% Commitment Fee.  The Debtors have also agreed to pay
a 1% Consent Fee to the Term Loan Agent in connection with the
provision of adequate protection.  The fees are in line with market
rates and other DIP facilities approved in recent retail cases.  

The repayment of the Prepetition ABL Obligations in accordance with
the Interim Order is necessary, as the Prepetition ABL Creditors
have not otherwise consented to the use of Cash Collateral or the
subordination of the Prepetition ABL Agent's liens to the DIP
Liens, and the professional fee carve out and the DIP Credit
Parties are not willing to provide the DIP Facility unless the
Prepetition ABL Obligations are paid in full upon the entry of the
Final Order and as otherwise set forth.  Such payments will not
prejudice the Debtors or their estates, because payment of such
amounts is subject to the rights of parties in interest.

As a condition to entry into the DIP Credit Agreement, the
extensions of credit under the DIP Facility and the authorization
to use Cash Collateral, the DIP Credit Parties require, and the
Debtors have agreed, that proceeds of the DIP Facility will be used
(a) for the repayment in full in cash of all remaining Prepetition
ABL Obligations upon the entry of the Final Order, and (b) in a
manner consistent with the terms and conditions of the DIP Loan
Documents and the Interim Order and in accordance with the Approved
Budget, solely for (i) postpetition capital expenditures, operating
expenses and other working capital, (ii) certain transaction fees
and expenses, (iii) permitted payment of costs of administration of
the Cases, including professional fees, (iv) adequate protection
payments to the Prepetition Secured Creditors as set forth, and (v)
as otherwise permitted under the DIP Loan Documents, as
applicable.

As a condition to entry into the DIP Loan Documents, the extension
of credit under the DIP Facility, and the authorization to use Cash
Collateral, the Debtors and the DIP Agent have agreed that the
proceeds of DIP Collateral will be applied in accordance with
paragraph 18(a) of the Interim Order.  The extension of the DIP
Facility and the repayment of the Prepetition ABL Obligations are
part of an integrated transaction.

As adequate protection, the Debtors propose that the Prepetition
ABL Creditors will receive, and the Prepetition Term Loan Creditors
will receive, subject to the Intercreditor Agreement.

The Debtors seek immediate access to postpetition financing in
order to ensure their continued operations during the Cases as they
implement a sale process.  To accomplish this task, the Debtors
require the use of a postpetition credit facility consisting of a
revolving loan up to an aggregate principal amount of $452,000,000
pursuant to the DIP Credit Agreement.  The DIP Financing will
provide the Debtors with the necessary liquidity to fund their
operations, bankruptcy costs including professional fees, working
capital needs and general corporate purposes during the course of
these Cases.

Absent access to the DIP Financing, the Debtors will likely not
have adequate liquidity to maintain uninterrupted operations.  Any
cessation in operations would, in turn, likely result in immediate
liquidation, the loss of hundreds of jobs and severe losses for
vendors, customers and creditors.  Therefore, the Debtors'
customers, their employees and all of the Debtors' other
constituents depend on the Debtors' ability to access the DIP
Financing so that the Debtors can continue operating while a sale
process takes place that will maximize recoveries for their estates
and creditors.

Accordingly, the Debtors ask the Court to enter an Interim Order
and a Final Order:

   a. granting expedited relief; and

   b. authorizing the Debtors to obtain DIP Facility, on an interim
basis for a period through and including the week following the
date of the Final Hearing, pursuant to the terms and conditions of
DIP Credit Agreement by and among Prepetition ABL Creditors.

   c. authorizing the Debtors to execute and deliver the DIP Credit
Agreement and DIP Loan Documents and to perform such other acts as
may be necessary or desirable in connection with the DIP Loan
Documents;

   d. until the Termination Date, and subject to the terms,
conditions, limitations on availability and reserves set forth in
the DIP Loan Documents, the DIP Facility and the Interim Order,
authorizing the Debtors, prior to the entry of the Final Order, to
request extensions of credit under the DIP Facility up to an
aggregate principal amount of $110,000,000 at any one time
outstanding;

   e. granting allowed superpriority administrative expense claim
status in each of the Cases and any Successor Cases to all
obligations owing under the DIP Credit Agreement and the other DIP
Loan Documents ("DIP Obligations"), subject to the priorities set
forth;

   f. authorizing the Debtors to use Cash Collateral that the
Debtors are holding or may obtain;

   g. granting to the DIP Agent, for the benefit of the DIP Credit
Parties, automatically perfected security interests in and liens on
all of the DIP Collateral including, without limitation, all
property constituting Cash Collateral, which liens will be subject
to the priorities set forth in the Interim Order;

   h. authorizing and directing the Debtors to pay the principal,
interest, fees, expenses and other amounts payable under each of
the DIP Loan Documents as they become due, including, without
limitation, continuing commitment fees, closing fees,
administrative fees, any additional fees set forth in the DIP Loan
Documents, the reasonable fees and disbursements of the DIP Credit
Parties' attorneys, advisers, accountants, and other consultants,
and all related expenses of the DIP Credit Parties, all to the
extent provided by and in accordance with the terms of the
respective DIP Loan Documents;

   i. authorizing and directing the Debtors to pay in full the
Prepetition ABL Obligations upon the entry of the Final Order and
as set forth in the Interim Order, subject to the rights of parties
in interest;

   j. providing adequate protection to the Prepetition Secured
Creditors to the extent set forth in the Interim Order; and

   k. vacating and modifying the automatic stay imposed by Section
362 of the Bankruptcy Code to the extent necessary to implement and
effectuate the terms and provisions of the DIP Loan Documents and
the Interim Order.

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

    http://bankrupt.com/misc/mnb17-30675_22_Cash_Overtons_Inc.pdf

                        About Overton's

Overton's, Inc., a subsidiary of Gander Mountain Co., is a catalog
and Internet retailer of products for the recreational boater and
other water sports enthusiasts at www.Overtons.com.

Overton's and Gander Mountain sought protection under Chapter 11
of
the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Minn. Case Nos. 17-30673 and
17-30675) on March 10, 2017.  The petitions were signed by Timothy
Becker, Executive VP of Lighthouse Management Group, Inc., as CRO.

The cases are assigned to Judge Michael E. Ridgway.

The Debtors' advisors in the restructuring are Fredrikson & Byron,
PA, which serves as legal counsel; Houlihan Lokey Capital Inc.,
financial advisor and investment banker; Lighthouse Management
Group, chief restructuring officer; Hilco Real Estate LLC, real
estate advisor; and Faegre Baker Daniels LLP, special corporate
counsel.  Donlin, Recano & Company Inc. is the Debtors' claims,
noticing and balloting agent.


P10 INDUSTRIES: Files Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Petition
----------------------------------------------------
P10 Industries, Inc., formerly Active Power, Inc., on March 22,
2017, disclosed that it has filed for reorganization under Chapter
11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, using a prepackaged plan of
reorganization.  In connection with the filing, the company entered
into a Restructuring Support Agreement (the "210 RSA") with 210/P10
Investment, LLC ("210 Capital"), as well as a Restructuring Support
Agreement with Langley Holdings plc, the acquirer of P10's former
operations ("Langley RSA").  Subject to the terms and conditions of
the plan and the 210 RSA, Dallas-based 210 Capital will invest
$4.654 million cash in P10 in exchange for shares of the company's
common stock representing approximately 48% of the company.

In addition, 210 Capital will provide up to ten million dollars of
financing to be used for acquisitions (subject to the terms and
conditions of the plan and the 210 RSA) as P10 implements its
strategy of monetizing its intellectual property and seeking
investments in companies that generate profit and positive cash
flows, thus creating long-term stockholder value.

Under the plan, the company will also be shedding all of its
contingent liabilities, including obligations under the lease of
its former headquarters facility in Austin, Texas.

"We are announcing another significant milestone in our evolution
[Wednes]day," said Mark A. Ascolese, President and CEO of P10.
"After an extensive search, we have found an investor who shares
our vision of the future and is willing to commit capital to help
us successfully implement our new strategy.  We believe that we can
emerge from protection under the Federal Bankruptcy Code via a
pre-packaged plan in a matter of weeks and thus protect and
preserve value for current shareholders."

"210 Capital is very excited to be able to step in and become part
of P10's future by providing capital and access to credit as the
company moves forward," said Robert Alpert, Managing Partner of
210/P10 Investment LLC.  "We look forward to working with the
company as it implements its strategy of monetizing the company's
intellectual property and acquiring profitable companies."

The consummation of the plan will be subject to customary
conditions and other requirements.  The 210 RSA also provides for
termination by each party, or by any party, upon the occurrence of
certain specified events.  The Langley RSA provides for termination
by each party, or by any party, upon the occurrence of certain
specified events.

The foregoing descriptions of the RSA and the Plan are qualified by
reference to the full text of such documents, copies of which P10
intends to make available on its website on or about Friday, March
24, 2017.

The company filed its voluntary Chapter 11 petition and the Plan in
the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Texas in San
Antonio.


PACE DIVERSIFIED: Case Summary & 20 Largest Unsecured Creditors
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Debtor: Pace Diversified Corporation
        13061 Rosedale Highway, Suite G-196
        Bakersfield, CA 93314-7612

Case No.: 17-11028

Business Description: Pace Diversified Corporation is engaged in
                      the production and distribution of oil.  The
                      Company was founded in 2000 and is based in
                      Bakersfield, California.

Chapter 11 Petition Date: March 23, 2017

Court: United States Bankruptcy Court
       Eastern District of California (Fresno)

Judge: Hon. Rene Lastreto II

Debtor's Counsel: T. Scott Belden, Esq.
                  BELDEN BLAINE RAYTIS, LLP
                  P.O. Box 9129
                  Bakersfield, CA 93389
                  Tel: 661-864-7826
                  Email: sbelden@beldenblaine.com

Estimated Assets: $10 million to $50 million

Estimated Debts: $1 million to $10 million

The petition was signed by Dwayne Roach, president.

Debtor's List of 20 Largest Unsecured Creditors:

   Entity                          Nature of Claim   Claim Amount
   ------                          ---------------   ------------
AC Pipe & Equipment Co.              Purchase of          $3,877
                                      supplies

Bakersfiled Electric Motor             Services          $8,338
                                       rendered

Capital One Bank                     Credit Card        $11,301
                                      purchases

Dark Rock, LLC                      Business Loan       $36,500

Dept. of Conservation             Production Taxes      $10,456
Division of Oil, Gas
and Geothermal

DMV Renewal                            Vehicle           $3,193
                                    Registrations

Jack Cook                          Consulting Fees      $10,007

Kern County Treasurer               Property Taxes       $7,403

Kern Electric Distributers             Services          $5,916
                                       rendered

Kilpatrick Townsend                 Legal Services       $8,620
                                       rendered

Law Office of Darling & Wilson      Legal Services      $23,030
                                       rendered

Midas Pump & Supply                   Purchase of       $13,792
                                       supplies

Office of Natural Resources            Royalties        $12,850
Revenue

Pacific Gas & Electric                 Utilities        $10,767

Pacific Geotechnical Associates, Inc.  Services          $3,750
                                       rendered

Terra Chem                            Purchase of        $8,418
                                       Chemicals

Traveler's CL Remittance Center        Liability         $3,248
                                       Insurance

Tubular Inspection                     Services          $6,000
                                       rendered

WFBM, LLP dba Walsworth             Legal Services     $435,585
707 Wilshire Blvd.                     rendered
Suite 3280
Los Angeles, CA
90017-3538

Wholesale Fuels, Inc.                 Purchase of        $2,491
                                         fuel


PACHECO BROTHERS: Allowed to Use Cash Collateral for Payroll
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Judge William J. Lafferty, III, of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for
the Northern District of California authorized Pacheco Brothers
Gardening, Inc., to use cash collateral.

The Debtor is authorized to use cash collateral pursuant to the
budget, particularly, to pay payroll which equates to $135,000
yearly salary for Gary and George Pacheco, Jr. pending a further
hearing by the Court currently set for March 27, 2017 at 2:00 p.m.


The Debtor is directed to file any further pleadings on or before
April 12, 2017, including the actual operating reports through
March 2017.

A continued hearing on the Debtor's use of cash collateral will be
held on April 26, 2017 at 2:00 p.m.  Any opposition will be due by
April 21, 2017.

A full-text copy of the Order, entered on March 15, 2017, is
available at
https://is.gd/OJ3dM5

                About Pacheco Brothers Gardening

Pacheco Brothers Gardening Inc. provides commercial landscape
maintenance, landscape installation, turf renovation and irrigation
projects.  It has been in business for over 35 years.  The majority
of the Company's business involves a wide variety of services
ranging from mowing and trimming to irrigation repairs and
troubleshooting.  It has a number of East Bay municipal and public
agency accounts as well as a mix of homeowner association,
commercial accounts and school district accounts.  

Pacheco Brothers Gardening filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
protection (Bankr. N.D. Cal. Case No. 17-40403) due to financial
pressure brought on by several factors, including litigation cost
relating to Tom Del Conte and TDDC Ventures LLC v. Pacheco Brothers
Gardening, Inc., et al., Case No. HG15797608, currently pending in
Alameda County Superior Court, unpaid vendors and operational
difficulty due to its debt structure.

At the time of the petition filing, the Debtor disclosed $1.36
million in assets and $2.78 million in liabilities.  The petition
was signed by Lynn Pacheco, secretary.   The case is assigned to
Judge William J. Lafferty.


PAR TWO INVESTORS: Has Final Nod to Use Cash Collateral Thru May 10
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Judge Austin E. Carter of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle
District of Georgia authorized Par Two Investors, Inc. to use cash
collateral through May 10, 2017 on a final basis.

Judge Carter held that the terms of the Consent Interim Order which
the Court entered on December 21, 2016 will constitute a final
order on Debtor's authority to use cash collateral.

A full-text copy of the Final Order, entered March 15, 2017, is
available at https://is.gd/EAKVtk

                     About Par Two Investors

Par Two Investors, Inc., is in the business of property management
relating to numerous parcels of land as well as mobile homes that
it offers for rent in Lee County, Georgia.

Par Two Investors sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. M.D. Ga. Case No. 16-11120) on Sept. 15,
2016.  The petition was signed by George Shane Brinson, officer.
The Debtor is represented by Kenneth W. Revell, Esq. at Zalkin
Revell, PLLC.

At the time of the filing, the Debtor disclosed $1.01 million in
assets and $1.34 million in liabilities.  A significant portion of
Par Two's real and personal property assets are subject to certain
promissory notes and commercial security interests executed by the
Debtor in favor of Synovus Bank, which asserts that the amount owed
to Synovus Bank as of the Petition Date is $1,232,085.


PARTY LINE: Disclosure Statement Hearing Set for May 9
------------------------------------------------------
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Puerto Rico is set to
hold a hearing on May 9, at 10:00 a.m., to consider approval of the
disclosure statement explaining the Chapter 11 plan of Party Line,
Inc.

Objections to the disclosure statement must be filed not less than
14 days prior to the hearing.  Objections not timely filed and
served will be deemed waived.

Party Line is represented by:

     Antonio I. Hernandez Rodriguez, Esq.
     Hernandez Law Office
     P.O. Box 8509
     San Juan, PR 00910-0509
     Tel: 787 250-0575
     Email: ahernandezlaw@yahoo.com

                      About Party Line Inc.

Based in Caguas, Puerto Rico, Party Line, Inc. sought protection
under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D.P.R. Case No.
15-08993) on November 13, 2015.  The petition was signed by
Guadalupe Calderon Vicente, president.  The case is assigned to
Judge Enrique S. Lamoutte Inclan.

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


PASSAGE HEALTHCARE: Seeks Authorization to Use Cash Collateral
--------------------------------------------------------------
Passage Healthcare Property, LLC, and its debtor-affiliates ask the
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of West Virginia
for authorization to use cash collateral.

The Debtors provide all levels of senior living options, including
independent living, assistive living, skilled nursing, and
long-term care facilities, in addition to memory care units.
Consequently, the Debtors are required to continuously purchase
medicine, medical supplies, food, and other items and hire service
providers all necessary for the proper care of its Residents.

As such, the Debtors intend to use cash collateral to be able to
continue to pay their employees and purchase the needed supplies,
medications and food to ensure that its Residents are properly
cared for and that the Debtors remain in compliance with applicable
rules and regulations.

The proposed cash collateral Budget for March 13 and ending April
13, 2017 shows expected disbursements in the aggregate amount of
$2,712,000, which comprises of Village of Laurel Run's projected
expenses of $1,479,000, Longwood Manor's projected expenses of
$355,000, Midland Meadows' projected expenses of $393,000, and
Healthcare Property's projected expenses of $485,000.

The Debtors believe that PHSG, LLC and Welltower Inc., f/k/a Health
Care REIT, Inc., are the only parties that may have in interest in
the cash collateral.  The Debtors assert, however that there is no
cash collateral for Welltowers' lien to attach to as PHSG has a
first lien and is undersecured.

The Debtors propose to provide PHSG and Welltower adequate
protection in the form of replacement liens on accounts receivable
to the extent that the use of cash collateral results in a decrease
in the value of PHSG's and Welltower's respectively interest in the
cash collateral and to the same extent, and with the same priority
as PHSG and Welltower had existing as of the Petition Date.

The liens and claims granted to PHSG and Welltower are subject to a
carve-out in the amount of $200,000 for postpetition professional
fees and expenses, and for the payment of U.S. Trustee fees in
these Cases.

A full-text copy of the Debtor's Motion, dated March 13, 2017, is
available at https://is.gd/Bc21bO

                  About Passage Healthcare Property

Passage Healthcare Property, LLC, et al., manage and operate three
properties: the property known as The Village of Laurel Run, which
is located in Fayetteville, PA; the property known as Longwood
Manor, which is located in Maytown, PA; and the property known as
Midland Meadows, which is located in Ona, West Virginia.  These
three properties contain senior-care facilities, including rooms
for assisted living, dementia care, skilled nursing and independent
living.

The Debtors provide all levels of senior living options, including
independent living, assistive living, skilled nursing, and
long-term care facilities, in addition to memory care units.  The
Debtors lease, manage and operate three properties owned by
Welltower Inc. f/k/a Health Care REIT, Inc., and HCRI Pennsylvania
Properties Holding Company.  The properties are located in Ona,
West Virginia, Fayetteville, Pennsylvania, and Maytown,
Pennsylvania.  These three properties contain senior-care
facilities, including rooms for assisted living, memory care,
skilled nursing, and independent living.  As of March 9, 2017, the
Debtors had approximately 434 residents at its facilities.

Passage Healthcare Property, LLC and its affiliates Passage Midland
Meadows Operations, LLC, Passage Longwood Manor Operations, LLC,
and Passage Village of Laurel Run Operations, LLC, filed separate
Chapter 11 bankruptcy petitions (Bankr. S.D. W.Va. Case Nos.
17-30093, 17-30092, 17-30094 and 17-30095, respectively) on March
13, 2017.  The petitions were signed by Andrew Turner,
member-manager of Passage Healthcare, LLC, manager of Debtors.  

The cases are assigned to Judge Frank W. Volk.  The Debtors are
represented by Elizabeth A. Amandus, Esq., and William F. Dobbs,
Esq., at Jackson Kelly PLLC.

At the time of filing, each of the Debtors estimated assets and
liabilities, as follows:

                                         Estimated   Estimated
                                          Assets    Liabilities
                                        ----------  -----------
Passage Midland Meadows Operations         $0-$50K    $1M-$10M
Passage Healthcare Property              $10M-$50M    $1M-$10M
Passage Longwood Manor Operations          $0-$50K  $100K-$500K
Passage Village of Laurel Run Operations   $0-$50K    $1M-$10M


PELICAN REAL ESTATE: Trustee Taps Coldwell Banker as Broker
-----------------------------------------------------------
The liquidating trustee appointed in the Chapter 11 cases of
Pelican Real Estate, LLC and its affiliates seeks approval to hire
a real estate broker.

In a filing with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District
of Florida, Maria Yip, the liquidating trustee, proposes to hire
Coldwell Banker BAIN in connection with the sale of six properties
in Washington.  

The properties are owned by the Smart Money Liquidating Trust that
Ms. Yip's oversees.

Coldwell will receive a commission of 6% of the sale price of which
3% will be paid to a cooperating broker, or 5% if the firm acts as
a dual agent for both the seller and the buyer.

Deborah Bissell, a managing broker employed with Coldwell,
disclosed in a court filing that she and her firm are
"disinterested" as defined in section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy
Code.

The firm can be reached through:

     Deborah Bissell
     Coldwell Banker BAIN
     8862 161st Ave. NE, Suite 103
     Redmond, WA 98052

                    About Pelican Real Estate

Pelican Real Estate, LLC and its eight affiliates sought protection
under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. M.D. Fla. Lead Case
No. 16-03817) on June 8, 2016.  The petition was signed by Jared
Crapson, president of SMFG, Inc., manager of Pelican Management
Company, LLC.  At the time of the filing, Pelican Real Estate
listed under $50,000 in both assets and debts.

The Debtors are represented by Elizabeth A. Green, Esq., at Baker &
Hostetler LLP.  The Debtors hired Bill Maloney Consulting as their
financial advisor; Hammer Herzog and Associates P.A. as their
accountant; and Pino Nicholson PLLC as their special counsel.

Turnkey Investment Fund LLC, an affiliate of Pelican Real Estate
LLC, hired Dance Bigelow Sharp & Co. as accountant.

On July 27, 2016, Guy Gebhardt, acting U.S. trustee for Region 21,
formed an official committee of unsecured creditors for Pelican
Real Estate LLC's affiliates, Smart Money Secured Income Fund LLC
and Accelerated Asset Group LLC.

On February 15, 2017, the court confirmed the Debtors' second
amended plan of liquidation.  The plan became effective on March 2,
2017, at which time the Smart Money Liquidating Trust came into
existence and Maria Yip became the liquidating trustee.


PELLERIN ENERGY: Capital One Seeks to Prohibit Cash Collateral Use
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Capital One, National Association, asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
Western District of Louisiana to prohibit Pellerin Energy Group,
LLC, from using any of Capital One's cash collateral or
alternatively, grant Capital One adequate protection of its
collateral interests.

Capital One objects to any use of its cash collateral to pay the
wages, salaries or benefits of insiders, including but not limited
to the wages, salaries or benefits of Josh Pellerin, Leonard
Franques, Andre Franques, Edward Godeaux, Benjamin M. Potier,
and/or any of their family members.

Capital One relates that, just recently, Leonard C. Franques IV and
QB7 Energy, LLC filed a Motion to Dismiss and for Certain
Alternative Relief, wherein they challenged, among other things,
the standing of Joshua A. Pellerin to file the Involuntary Petition
against the Debtor. A hearing on the Motion to Dismiss has been
scheduled for March 28, 2017 at 10:00 a.m.

Pending the Court's ruling on the Motion to Dismiss, the Debtor,
Mr. Pellerin, Mr. Franques and QB7 Energy agreed to the entry of a
Consent Order Restricting Payments by the Putative Debtor to
Maintain Status Quo.  In the proposed Consent Order, the Parties
agreed to -- limit the distribution or payment of funds from any
Pellerin Energy Group, LLC account, without further order of the
Court.

Capital One tells the Court that it has provided several loans to
the Debtor and its Affiliates -- Pellerin Water Solutions, L.L.C.,
and Pellerin Energy Rentals, L.L.C., Josh Pellerin, Mr. Franques
and Andre Franques, and as of the date of the Involuntary Petition,
the Borrowers owed Capital One the aggregate sum of $1,814,706.
The indebtedness is secured by a first priority security interest
in all of the present and future inventory, equipment, accounts,
goods, general intangibles, fixtures, and all cash, proceeds and
assets related thereto owned by the Debtor and its Affiliates.

Capital One believes that Pellerin Real Estate Holdings, LLC is
exclusively owned and operated by Josh Pellerin.  Pellerin Real
Estate owns the building out of which the Debtor and its Affiliates
operate their business.  Capital One also believes that the Debtor
and its Affiliates lease the Office Building from Pellerin Real
Estate and make monthly rental payments to Pellerin Real Estate.

As of the date of the Involuntary Petition, Pellerin Real Estate
and Josh Pellerin also owed Capital One the aggregate sum of
$256,673, which is secured by a first priority security interest
and mortgage over the Office Building and the Lease Payments
generated therefrom as well as the personal unlimited guaranty of
Josh Pellerin.

Capital One contends that the operational core of the Debtor is its
Affiliates and any cash generated from the Collateral, including
any cash designated to make Lease Payments, wherever any of the
same may be held, constitutes Capital One's cash collateral.

Capital One further contends that various pleadings filed in this
Case contain allegations regarding the transfer or distributions of
cash collateral from deposit accounts being held in the name of the
Debtor to accounts being held in the name of the Debtor's
Affiliates and/or Pellerin Real Estate or vice versa.  In addition,
Capital One contends that those same pleadings allege that owners,
employees, and/or insiders may have also re-directed cash
collateral to various deposit accounts at other banks, which
accounts are now being held and controlled by those same individual
owners, employees, and/or insiders.  

Capital One complains that the identity of those entities,
individuals or groups of individuals currently holding, controlling
and/or using its cash collateral is equally unclear.  As such, in
the event that an Order for Relief is entered in this case, Capital
One does not consent to the use of cash collateral until it
receives accurate information regarding the current status,
location and/or amount of its cash collateral.

Capital One tells the Court that the Debtor has not yet offered it
a meaningful adequate protection, and there is a high probability
that Capital One is under-secured in this case. Until such
protection is offered, Capital One has not and will not consent to
the Debtor utilizing its Cash Collateral.  In addition, Capital One
tells the Court that pending production of such information and
other adequate protection, it also remains unclear how the Debtor
actually intends to fund a reorganization of its business in a
Chapter 11 proceeding.

Capital One, National Association, is represented by:

          E. Stewart Spielman, Esq.
          McGlinchey Stafford, PLLC
          301 Main Street, 14th Floor
          Baton Rouge, LA 70825
          Telephone: (225) 383-9000
          Facsimile: (225) 343-3076

                  About Pellerin Energy Group

Pellerin Water Solutions, L.L.C., Pellerin Energy Rentals, L.L.C.,
and Pellerin Health Safety & Environmental, L.L.C. are the
operating entities that actively engage in business within the oil
and gas industry, each owning assets and generating the primary
source of income for the global enterprise.  Pellerin Energy Group,
LLC, is believed to be the holding company which owns a majority of
the equity interests in Pellerin Water, Pellerin Energy Rentals and
Pellerin Health.

Pellerin Real Estate Holdings, LLC is believed to be exclusively
owned and operated by Josh Pellerin.  Pellerin Real Estate owns the
building out of which Pellerin Energy Group and its Affiliates
operate their business.  The Debtor and its Affiliates lease the
Office Building from Pellerin Real Estate and as part of the same,
make monthly rental payments to Pellerin Real Estate.

Joshua A. Pellerin, acting as creditor, filed an involuntary
Chapter 11 petition against Pellerin Energy Group, LLC (Bankr. W.D.
La. Case No. 17-50233) on March 1, 2017.  The petitioner Joshua A.
Pellerin is represented by Paul Douglas Stewart, Jr., Esq. at
Stewart Robbins & Brown, LLC.

On the same date, Mr. Pellerin, acting as CEO and President of PEG,
also filed an "Answer to Involuntary Petition and Stipulation to
Order of Relief", wherein he consented to the entry of an Order for
Relief on behalf of PEG.

On March 3, 2017, Leonard C. Franques IV and QB7 Energy, LLC, filed
a "Motion to Dismiss and for Certain Alternative Relief including
Modification of the Automatic Stay or Appointment of a Trustee",
wherein they challenged, among other things, the standing of Josh
Pellerin to file the Involuntary Petition.  A hearing on the Motion
to Dismiss has been scheduled for Marc h 28, 2017 at 10:00 a.m.

An order for  relief has not been entered in this case.

The Debtor is represented by Louis M. Phillips, Esq., at Kelly Hart
& Pitre LLP.

The case is assigned to Judge Robert Summerhays.


PHOTOMEDEX INC: Has Until March 31 to Comply with Nasdaq Rule
-------------------------------------------------------------
As previously reported on Forms 8-K filed on Nov. 22, 2016, and
Jan. 25, 2017, PhotoMedex, Inc., received written notification on
Nov. 18, 2016, from The NASDAQ Stock Market LLC that the Company's
stockholder equity reported on its Form 10-Q for the period ended
Sept. 30, 2016, had fallen below the minimum requirement of $2.5
million, and that the Company was therefore not in compliance with
the requirements for continued listing on the NASDAQ Capital Market
under NASDAQ Marketplace Rule 5550(b)(1).  The Notice provided the
Company with a period of 45 calendar days, or until Jan. 2, 2017,
to submit a plan to regain compliance with the listing rules; that
plan was filed with NASDAQ on Jan. 10, 2017 under a one-week
extension due to the holiday period.  As a result of that filing,
NASDAQ had granted the Company an extension of time to comply with
the Rule until March 10, 2017.

On March 15, 2017, NASDAQ granted the Company a further extension
until March 31, 2017, to comply with the Rule, with the possibility
of a further extension until May 17, 2017 under certain conditions.
Management is assessing the likelihood that the conditions for the
additional extension to May 17, 2017, can be met, and will update
this report when that assessment is completed.

If the Company fails to evidence compliance with the Rule under the
extension, the Company may be subject to delisting.  In the event
the Company does not satisfy these terms of the extension, NASDAQ
will provide written notification to the Company that its
securities will be delisted.  At that time, the Company may appeal
the delisting notice to a Listing Qualifications Panel.

                      About PhotoMedex

PhotoMedex, Inc., is a global health products and services company
providing integrated disease management and aesthetic solutions to
dermatologists, professional aestheticians, ophthalmologists,
optometrists, consumers and patients.  The Company provides
proprietary products and services that address skin conditions
including psoriasis, vitiligo, acne, actinic keratosis, photo
damage and unwanted hair, as well as fixed-site laser vision
correction services at our LasikPlus(R) vision centers.

Photomedex reported a net loss of $34.6 million on $75.9 million of
revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2015, compared with a net loss
of $121 million on $133 million of revenues for the year ended Dec.
31, 2014.

As of Sept. 30, 2016, Photomedex had $18.88 million in total
assets, $20.27 million in total liabilities and a total
stockholders' deficit of $1.39 million.


PIZZA PALZ: Case Summary & 20 Largest Unsecured Creditors
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Debtor: Pizza Palz, Inc.
          dba Domino's Pizza
        P.O. Box 1003
        Guntersville, AL 35976

Case No.: 17-40556

Business Description: Founded in 1994, Pizza Palz Inc is a small
                      organization in the restaurants industry
                      located in Guntersville, AL.  It has 24 full
                      time employees and generates an estimated
                      $928,140 in annual revenue.

Chapter 11 Petition Date: March 23, 2017

Court: United States Bankruptcy Court
       Northern District of Alabama (Anniston)

Debtor's Counsel: Brian R Walding, Esq.
                  WALDING, LLC
                  2227 First Avenue South, Suite 100
                  Birmingham, AL 35233
                  Tel: 205-307-5050
                  Fax: 205-307-5051
                  E-mail: bwalding@waldinglaw.com

Total Assets: $130,073

Total Liabilities: $3.30 million

The petition was signed by Judy O'Dell, president.

A copy of the Debtor's list of 20 largest unsecured creditors is
available for free at http://bankrupt.com/misc/alnb17-40556.pdf

The Alabama Department of Labor is a secured creditor holding a
claim of $63,282.  Internal Revenue Service holds a secured claim
of $1.98 million.  

On the Petition Date, the Debtor filed an application to employ
Walding, LLC as its bankruptcy counsel.  The Debtor also seeks the
Court's authority to obtain post-petition financing and prohibit
utility companies from discontinuing services.


PK IN TOWN: Has Final Nod to Use BankUnited Cash Collateral
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Judge Barbara J. Houser of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Northern District of Texas authorized PK in Town, LLC, to use cash
collateral of BankUnited, N.A., on a final basis.  

The Debtor is authorized to collect and receive all cash funds from
any sale of inventory, and was allowed to use Cash Collateral in
the amounts and for the expenses set forth on the approved Budget.
The approved budget provides estimated expenses of approximately
$8,835 through March 31, 2017.

The Debtor acknowledged it was indebted to BankUnited in the amount
of not less than $754,568 as of the Petition Date, and that
BankUnited has a properly filed and perfected first priority lien
and security interest on the collateral.

As adequate protection for the diminution in value of its
interests, BankUnited is granted $65 per day in adequate protection
payments.  BankUnited is also granted replacement liens and
security interests co-extensive with its prepetition liens.

The Debtor is directed, among other things, to: (a) deposit, in a
separate debtor-in-possession account account, all accounts
receivable collections by Debtor postpetition; (b) maintain
insurance on BankUnited's collateral and pay taxes when due; and
(c) deliver a copy of its Monthly Operating Report to BankUnited's
counsel.

The Debtor also agreed that it will have consummated the sale of
its inventory no later than April 14, 2017, or such other time as
may be agreed to in writing by BankUnited.

A full-text copy of the Agreed Final Order, dated March 13, 2017,
is available at https://is.gd/rAx0dq

BankUnited, N.A., is represented by:

           Ronald E. Gold, Esq.
           A.J. Webb, Esq.
           Frost Brown Todd, LLC
           3300 Great American Tower
           301 East Fourth Street
           Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
           Tel: (513) 651-6800
           Fax: (513) 651-6981
           E-mail: rgold@fbtlaw.com
                   awebb@fbtlaw.com

                -- and --

           Jason Cross, Esq.
           Frost Brown Todd, LLC
           100 Crescent Court, Suite 350
           Dallas, Texas 75201
           Tel: 214-545-3474
           Fax: 214-545-3473
           E-mail: jcross@fbtlaw.com

                     About PK in Town, LLC      

PK in Town, LLC, d/b/a PK's Fine Wine & Spirits, d/b/a PK's Fine
Wine & Spirits #1, d/b/a PK's Fine Wine & Spirits #4, d/b/a PK's
Fine Wine & Spirits #2, and d/b/a PK's Fine Wine & Spirits #3 filed
a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. N.D. Tex. Case No. 17-30125) on Jan.
5, 2017.  The petition was signed by Erik Ward, manager.  The case
is assigned to Judge Barbara J. Houser.  At the time of filing, the
Debtor estimated assets at $500,000 to $1 million and liabilities
at $1 million to $10 million.  The Debtor is represented by Joyce
W. Lindauer, Esq. at Joyce W. Lindauer Attorney, PLLC.


POSIBA INC: Seeks to Hire Higgs Fletcher as Special Counsel
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Posiba, Inc. seeks approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Southern District of California to hire Higgs Fletcher & Mack, LLP
as special counsel.

Higgs Fletcher will provide legal advice to the Debtor in
connection with its ongoing dispute with Keshif Ventures, LLC.  The
firm will also conduct an investigation into potential breaches of
fiduciary duty by board members or other corporate governance
irregularities.

Paul Pfingst, Esq., the attorney designated to represent the
Debtor, will charge an hourly fee of $395.

Mr. Pfingst disclosed in a court filing that he and his firm do not
represent any interest adverse to the Debtor or its bankruptcy
estate.

The firm can be reached through:

     Paul J. Pfingst, Esq.
     Higgs Fletcher & Mack, LLP
     401 West A Street, Suite 2600
     San Diego, CA 92101-7910
     Phone: (619) 236-1551  
     Fax: (619) 696-1410

                        About Posiba Inc.

Based in San Diego, California, Posiba Inc. provides Web-based data
and analytics services for foundations and nonprofit
organizations.

The Debtor sought protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy
Code (Bankr. S.D. Calif. Case No. 16-07714) on December 22, 2016.
The petition was signed by Elizabeth Dreicer, CEO.  At the time of
the filing, the Debtor estimated its assets at $10 million to $50
million and debts at $1 million to $10 million.

The case is assigned to Judge Margaret M. Mann.  The Debtor is
represented by Smaha Law Group, APC.  Jackson Walker, LLP serves as
the Debtor's special counsel.


POSIBA INC: Taps Strong City Advisors as Investment Banker
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Posiba, Inc. seeks approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Southern District of California to hire an investment banker.

The Debtor proposes to hire Strong City Advisors, LLC to, among
other things, arrange for a financing by way of loan, equity
infusion or both on terms acceptable to it up to $20 million.

The firm has agreed to a contingent fee of 7% of the total value of
the transaction obtained.  

In addition, Strong City Advisors will be entitled to 1% of the
Debtor's stock equal to 1% of outstanding shares if $20 million of
equity or debt capital is actually raised as a result of its
efforts.   If the Debtor accepts less than $20 million, then any
warrants due Strong City will be reduced ratably.

David Caruso, managing member of Strong City Advisors, disclosed in
a court filing that his firm does not represent any interest
adverse to the Debtor or its bankruptcy estate.

The firm can be reached through:

     David Caruso
     Strong City Advisors, LLC
     24 Long Hill Road
     Newton, NJ 7860

                        About Posiba Inc.

Based in San Diego, California, Posiba Inc. provides Web-based data
and analytics services for foundations and nonprofit
organizations.

The Debtor sought protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy
Code (Bankr. S.D. Calif. Case No. 16-07714) on December 22, 2016.
The petition was signed by Elizabeth Dreicer, CEO.  At the time of
the filing, the Debtor estimated its assets at $10 million to $50
million and debts at $1 million to $10 million.

The case is assigned to Judge Margaret M. Mann.  The Debtor is
represented by Smaha Law Group, APC.  Jackson Walker, LLP serves as
the Debtor's special counsel.


POWER EQUIPMENT: Creditor Does Not Consent Use of Cash Collateral
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Compass Bank, a secured creditor of Power Equipment, LLC, filed a
notice with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Arizona
that it does not consent the Debtor's use of any cash collateral
which secures indebtedness owing to the Secured Creditor.

The Secured Creditor is the holder in due course of a Promissory
Note made, executed, and delivered by Gerald F. Booden, Jr., in his
capacity as Manager and James A. Booden, in his capacity as Manager
of Debtor, dated Nov. 6, 2007 in the original principal amount of
$1,739,500.

The Note is secured by a Deed of Trust With Security Agreement and
Assignment of Rents executed by the Debtor, dated as of Nov. 6,
2007, and recorded on Nov. 8, 2007, in the Office of the Maricopa
County Recorder, in document no. 2007-1205256 ("Deed of Trust").
The Deed of Trust encumbers certain real property, parcel number
115-08-098A, commonly known as 2305 E. Jefferson Street, Phoenix,
Arizona ("Deed of Trust Property") which is more fully described in
the Deed of Trust.  The Note is further secured by a Security
Agreement executed by the Debtor, dated Nov. 6, 2007, granting a
valid and perfected security interest in the equipment of the
Debtor, which was filed with the Arizona Secretary of State at File
No. 2007-15076007.  The Note is further secured by the Absolute
Assignment of Leases and Rents executed by the Debtor, dated Nov.
6, 2007 and recorded with the Office of the Maricopa County
Recorder on Nov. 8, 2007 at document no. 2007-1205257.

The Secured Creditor is owed the principal amount of $1,464,121
plus interest and fees and costs.  Pursuant to 11 U.S.C. Section
363, cash, negotiable instruments, documents or other cash
equivalents whenever acquired in which the estate and an entity
other than the estate have an interest constitutes cash collateral
for the entire indebtedness owing to the Secured Creditor.

The Secured Creditor objects to the Debtor's use of the Cash
Collateral secured by the Compass lien and seeks to sequester or
turnover of all of the Cash Collateral as being due Secured
Creditor.  Unless and until there is a specific order issued by the
Court authorizing the Debtor to use the Cash Collateral, the use of
the Cash Collateral by the Debtor is in violation of 11 U.S.C
Section 363.

The Secured Creditor asks the Court to order the Debtor to (i)
account for any and all cash collateral they have received from the
commencement of the Chapter 11 bankruptcy case and on a weekly
basis; and (ii) turn over to Secured Creditor all cash collateral
which it is receiving.

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

    
http://bankrupt.com/misc/azb2-17-02136_5_Cash_Power_Equipment.pdf

The Secured Creditor can be reached at:

          COMPASS BANK
          P.O. Box 797808
          Dallas, TX 75379-7808

The Secured Creditor is represented by:

          Adam B. Nach, Esq.
          Joel F. Newell, Esq.
          LANE & NACH, P.C.
          2001 East Campbell Avenue, Suite 103
          Phoenix, AZ 85016
          Telephone: (602) 258-6000
          Facsimile: (602) 258-6003
          E-mail: adam.nach@lane-nach.com
                  joel.newell@lane-nach.com

                About Power Equipment

Power Equipment, LLC sought Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. D. Ariz.
Case No. 17-02136) on March 8, 2017.  Judge Paul Sala is assigned
to the case.

The Debtor estimated assets in the range of $10 million to $50
million and $1 million to $10 million in debt.

The Debtor tapped Bert L Roos, Esq., at Gertell & Roos, PLLC as
counsel.

The petition was signed by Gerald Booden, managing member.


PREMIUM TRANSPORTATION: Voluntary Chapter 11 Case Summary
---------------------------------------------------------
Debtor: Premium Transportation Staffing, Inc.
        190 Highland Drive
        Medina, OH 44256

Case No.: 17-50689

Business Description: Premium Transportation Staffing, Inc.
                      -- http://www.premiumdrivers.com/--  
                      provides driver and logistics staffing,
                      human resource management, benefits
                      administration, and comprehensive workers'
                      compensation services
                      in the United States.  Its HR administration
                      services include personnel policies and
                      employee handbooks, hiring, separation
                      guidance, and employment law compliance; and
                      driver and logistics staffing services
                      comprise screening and qualification of
                      applicants, and pre-employment physical and
                      drug screening, as well as permanent and
                      temporary staffing.  The Company's worker's
                      compensation and loss prevention services
                      include safety evaluations, claims
                      management, safety meetings, and returns to
                      work and light duty programs; and payroll
                      and tax administration services comprise
                      processing, tracking, and reporting
                      services.  Premium Transportation Staffing,
                      Inc. was founded in 1985 and is based in
                      Medina, Ohio with branch offices in
                      Greensboro, North Carolina; Richmond and
                      Indianapolis, Indiana; Altamonte Springs,
                      Florida; and DuBois, Pennsylvania.

Chapter 11 Petition Date: March 24, 2017

Court: United States Bankruptcy Court
       Northern District of Ohio (Akron)

Judge: Hon. Alan M. Koschik

Debtor's Counsel: Kate M. Bradley, Esq.
                  BROUSE MCDOWELL, LPA
                  388 S. Main Street, Suite 500
                  Akron, OH 44311
                  Tel: 330-535-5711
                  E-mail: kbradley@brouse.com

                    - and -

                  Marc Merklin, Esq.
                  BROUSE MCDOWELL, LPA
                  388 S. Main Street, Suite 500
                  Akron, OH 44311
                  Tel: 330-535-5711
                  Fax: 330-253-8601
                  E-mail: mmerklin@brouse.com

Estimated Assets: $1 million to $10 million

Estimated Liabilities: $1 million to $10 million

The petition was signed by Todd Packard, president.

The Debtor did not include a list of its largest unsecured
creditors when it filed the petition.

The Debtor filed an application seeking authority to employ Brouse
McDowell, LPA as its counsel effective as of the Petition Date.

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

             http://bankrupt.com/misc/ohnb17-50689.pdf


PRESSURE BIOSCIENCES: Reports $2.7 Million Net Loss for 2016
------------------------------------------------------------
Pressure Biosciences, Inc. filed with the Securities and Exchange
Commission its annual report on Form 10-K disclosing a net loss of
$2.7 million on $1.97 million of total revenue for the year ended
Dec. 31, 2016, compared to a net loss of $7.41 million on $1.79
million of total revenue for the year ended Dec. 31, 2015.

The Company's balance sheet at Dec. 31, 2016, showed $1.62 million
in total assets, $10 million in total liabilities and a total
stockholders' deficit of $8.38 million.

"Management has developed a plan to continue operations.  This plan
includes controlling expenses, streamlining operations, and
obtaining capital through equity and/or debt financing.  We have
been successful in raising cash through debt and equity offerings
in the past and as described in this annual report.  We issued a
promissory note in the aggregate principal amount of up to
$2,000,000 in October 2016 that we can draw funds from, and,
through March 1, 2017, we have drawn down the entire $2 million
($750,000 subsequent to December 31, 2016).  We have efforts in
place to continue to raise cash through debt and equity offerings.

"Although we have successfully completed equity financings and
reduced expenses in the past, we cannot assure our investors that
our plans to address these matters in the future will be
successful.  Additional financing may not be available to us on a
timely basis or on terms acceptable to us, if at all.  In the event
we are unable to raise sufficient funds on terms acceptable to us,
we may be required to:

   * severely limit or cease our operations or otherwise reduce
     planned expenditures and forego other business opportunities,
  
     which could harm our business.  The accompanying financial
     statements do not include adjustments that may be required in

     the event of the disposal of assets or the discontinuation of

     the business;
       
   * obtain financing with terms that may have the effect of
     diluting or adversely affecting the holdings or the rights of

     the holders of our capital stock; or
       
   * obtain funds through arrangements with future collaboration
     partners or others that may require us to relinquish rights
     to some or all of our technologies or products," the Company
     stated in the report.

MaloneBailey LLP, in Houston, Texas, issued a "going concern"
qualification on the consolidated financial statements for the year
ended Dec. 31, 2016, citing that the Company has a working capital
deficit and has incurred recurring net losses and negative cash
flows from operations.  These conditions raise substantial doubt
about its ability to continue as a going concern.

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

                    https://is.gd/j5l4zb

                About Pressure Biosciences

Pressure BioSciences, Inc., headquartered in South Easton,
Massachusetts, holds 14 United States and 10 foreign patents
covering multiple applications of pressure cycling technology in
the life sciences field.


PRIME GLOBAL: Incurs $170.5K Net Loss in First Quarter
------------------------------------------------------
Prime Global Capital Group Incorporated filed with the U.S.
Securities and Exchange Commission its quarterly report on Form
10-Q disclosing a net loss of US$170,522 on US$326,576 of net total
revenues for the three months ended Jan. 31, 2017, compared with a
net loss of US$148,646 on US$412,749 of net total revenues for the
same period last year.

As of Jan. 31, 2017, Prime Global had US$42.97 million in total
assets, US$16.18 million in total liabilities and US$26.78 million
in total equity.

As of Jan. 31, 2017, the Company had cash and cash equivalents of
US$385,519, as compared to US$685,876 as of the same period last
year.  The Company's cash and cash equivalents decreased as a
result of cash used in operation and payment of interest expenses.

"We expect to incur significantly greater expenses in the near
future, including the contractual obligations that we have assumed
discussed below, to begin development activities.  We also expect
our general and administrative expenses to increase as we expand
our finance and administrative staff, add infrastructure, and incur
additional costs related to being a large accelerated filer,
including directors' and officers' insurance and increased
professional fees.

"We have never paid dividends on our Common Stock.  Our present
policy is to apply cash to investments in product development,
acquisitions or expansion; consequently, we do not expect to pay
dividends on Common Stock in the foreseeable future.

"Our continuation as a going concern is dependent upon improving
our profitability and the continuing financial support from our
stockholders.  Our sources of capital in the past have included the
sale of equity securities, which include common stock sold in
private transactions and public offerings, capital leases and
short-term and long-term debts.  While we believe that we will
obtain external financing and the existing shareholders will
continue to provide the additional cash to meet our obligations as
they become due, there can be no assurance that we will be able to
raise such additional capital resources on satisfactory terms.  We
believe that our current cash and other sources of liquidity
discussed below are adequate to support operations for at least the
next 12 months."

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

                     https://is.gd/5zZVSu

                     About Prime Global

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia-based Prime Global Capital Group Inc
(OTCBB:PGCG), through its subsidiaries, is engaged in the operation
of a durian plantation, leasing and development of the operation of
an oil palm plantation, commercial and residential real estate
properties in Malaysia.

Crowe Horwath (HK) CPA Limited, in Hong Kong, China, issued a
"going concern" qualification on the consolidated financial
statements for the year ended Oct. 31, 2015, citing that the
Company has a working capital deficiency, accumulated deficit
from recurring net losses and significant short-term debt
obligations maturing in less than one year as of Oct. 31, 2015.
All these factors raise substantial doubt about its ability to
continue as a going concern.


PRIME METALS: U.S. Trustee Forms 5-Member Committee
---------------------------------------------------
Andrew Vara, acting U.S. trustee for Region 3, on March 22
appointed five creditors to serve on the official committee of
unsecured creditors in the Chapter 11 case of Prime Metals &
Alloys, Inc.

The committee members are:

     (1) Resco Products, Inc.
         1 Robinson Plaza, Suite 300
         Pittsburgh, PA 15205
         Attn: Matt Mastarone, CFO
         Tel: (412) 294-1037
         Fax: (412) 294-1137
         Email: matt.mastarone@rescoproducts.com

     (2) Anderson Electric
         1138 Gompers Avenue
         Indiana PA 15701
         Attn: Scott D. Anderson
         Tel: (724) 388-3374
         Fax: (724) 463-7220
         Email: andelect@hotmail.com

     (3) Exelos Computer Services
         139 S. Pennsylvania Avenue
         Greensburg, PA 15601
         Attn: Edgar T. Hammer, III
         Tel: (724) 244-5834
         Fax: (724) 832-8485

     (4) Wack Manufacturing
         510 Perry Highway
         Harmony, PA 16037
         Attn: Dean Wack
         Tel: (724) 452-6066
         Fax: (724) 452-8001

     (5) Custom Alloy Corporation
         3 Washington Avenue
         High Bridge, NJ 08829
         Attn: Peter Ganatra
         Tel: (908) 638-6200
         Fax: (908) 638-8032
         Email: pganatra@customalloy.us

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 Prime Metals & Alloys

Prime Metals & Alloys, Inc. began as a scrap-trading company and
has grown to manufacturing and providing alloys, ingots, specialty
scrap materials and customized scrap blends.  The company employs
68 men and women and provides invaluable benefits to the industry
and community in which the Debtor operates.

Prime Metals & Alloys, Inc. sought Chapter 11 protection (Bankr.
W.D. Pa. Case No. 17-70164) on March 2, 2017.  The petition was
signed by Richard Knupp, president.  Judge Jeffery A. Deller is
assigned to the case.

The Debtor estimated assets in the range of $1 million to $10
million and $10 million to $50 million in debt.

The Debtor tapped Kirk B. Burkley, Esq., Allison L. Carr, Esq., and
Daniel R. Schimizzi, Esq., at Bernstein-Burkley, P.C. as counsel.
H2R CPA LLC serves as its accountant.


PROINOS BREAKFAST: Seeks Approval to Use CAN Capital Cash
---------------------------------------------------------
Proinos Breakfast Club, Inc., asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for
the Middle District of Florida for authority to use cash
collateral.

The proposed Budget for March 10 to March 31, 2017 provides
estimated expenses in the aggregate amount of $34,900.  As such,
the Debtor seeks authorization to use cash collateral in order to
pay payroll-related expenses and other expenses which include the
following:

      (a) Care, maintenance and preservation of the Debtor’s
assets;

      (b) Payment of necessary payroll and other business expenses;
and

      (c) Continued business operations.

The Debtor's assets consists of cash on hand, restaurant equipment,
furniture and supplies, office equipment and furniture, accounts,
inventory, deposits and accounts, and other tangible assets. In
order for the Debtor to remain in business or possession of its
financial affairs, the Debtor contends that it is imperative that
it have use of its cash collateral.

The Debtor acknowledges its indebtedness to CAN Capital Asset
Servicing Inc. in the amount of approximately $25,000, as of the
Petition Date, which is secured by a lien on the Debtor's accounts.


As adequate protection for the use of cash collateral, the Debtor
is offering the following:

      (a) CAN Capital will have a postpetition lien on the
Collateral to the same extent,  validity and priority as existed
prepetition; and

      (b) The Debtor will pay adequate protection in an amount to
be determined by the Court and provide a replacement lien on the
post petition funds to the same extent, validity, and priority as
existed prepetition.

A full-text copy of the Debtor's Motion, dated March 13, 2017, is
available at http://tinyurl.com/m77756p

                    About Proinos Breakfast Club

Proinos Breakfast Club, Inc., operates a family restaurant serving
breakfast and lunch in leased premises at 201 West Bay Drive, Suite
E-5, Largo FL 33770 and has only one location.  Proinos is owned
and managed by George Soulellis.  

Proinos Breakfast Club filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. M.D.
Fla. Case No. 17-01819), on March 7, 2017.  The petition was signed
by George Soulellis, President.  The Debtor is represented by Jake
C. Blanchard, Esq., at Blanchard Law, P.A.  At the time of filing,
the Debtor had estimated both assets and liabilities to be less
than $50,000.


PUERTO RICO: COFINA Responds to Lex Claims' Allegations
-------------------------------------------------------
The COFINA Seniors Coalition on March 20, 2017, disclosed that it
has filed a memorandum of law in support of its motion for judgment
in Lex Claims, LLC et al. v. Garcia-Padilla et al.  

COFINA said "In addition to asking the Supreme Court of Puerto Rico
to provide complete validation of COFINA, we intend to demonstrate
that the plaintiffs' case is fundamentally flawed and that there
are fatal legal issues that prevent the Lex Claimants from even
pursuing litigation.  This includes showing that their debt may be
completely void and was unconstitutionally issued in violation of
the Puerto Rico Constitution's debt limit."

   * The plaintiffs' central claim that their right to COFINA's
property comes from the Puerto Rico Constitution is desperate,
false and barred by an array of legal doctrines.

"We will demonstrate that Puerto Rico's Constitution grants COFINA
its property rights, which must be respected in the face of
baseless challenges from a litigious group of unsecured creditors
with no property rights.  Since its creation through bi-partisan
legislation in 2006, COFINA's property has been held separately
from the Commonwealth's "available resources" -- the revenue stream
used to pay the Government's general expenses and the GO bonds held
by the plaintiffs.  It is clear that the GO Ad Hoc Group's only
recourse now is to ask that it should be paid before unessential
expenses or to take the untenable position that essential services,
such as paying teachers and supporting pensioners, must be
sacrificed to pay off their bonds.  But in a Title III
restructuring permitted under PROMESA, these rights will be even
further curtailed.

   * The plaintiffs' case should be prevented from proceeding based
on the doctrines of laches and equitable estoppel.

"In addition to attempting to misrepresent the difference between a
secured and unsecured bond, the plaintiffs' case should be
prevented from proceeding based on the doctrines of laches and
equitable estoppel.  The bi-partisan legislation that created
COFINA more than a decade ago gave it the ability to provide the
Government of Puerto Rico with the most affordable financing and
the highest investment grade rating out of all of Puerto Rico's
tax-backed debt -- during a time when policymakers needed a rescue
vehicle to avoid fiscal peril."

   * The GO Ad Hoc Group's bonds may be completely void and were
unconstitutionally issued in violation of the Puerto Rico
Constitution's debt limit.

"We also assert the claims of many of the plaintiffs should be
dismissed immediately because their 2014 GO bonds were issued in
excess of the Puerto Rico Constitution's debt limit and thus they
are not valid or entitled to constitutional priority.  Under the
Puerto Rico Constitution, the Government can only provide full
faith and credit to bonds issued in conformity with the
constitutional debt limit.  That limit was clearly reached in 2011,
meaning that bonds issued thereafter that purport to be backed by
full faith and credit are void and effectively worthless.

   * We encourage Puerto Rico's leaders to respect COFINA and look
to constructive creditor groups for negotiations that respect all
stakeholders' rights.

"While the COFINA Seniors Coalition has been a long-standing
proponent of respecting PROMESA's litigation stay and attempting to
work toward consensual deals, the Government of Puerto Rico has yet
to engage us in any meaningful discussion.  But in the week since
the fiscal plan was approved, in a very surprising move against the
best interests of local bondholders, the Government appears to have
aligned with the most litigious and aggressive creditor group, Lex
Claimants, whose debt may not even be valid. This is the same
creditor group currently running attack ads against COFINA every
week in Puerto Rico, much like they did in Washington, D.C. when
vilifying members of Congress in their districts when they
supported PROMESA.  Our group has been willing to help the
Government in its liquidity crisis and has offered to enter into
meaningful negotiations as early as February 2016, which was
reiterated to Governor Rosselló several times, including in the
only official meeting held with COFINA's senior creditors on
January 18, 2017 at a meeting with AAFAF.  As a result, we find it
curious that the newly appointed officials at AAFAF have chosen to
begin negotiations with this small group of stateside hedge funds
over the citizens of Puerto Rico, especially when COFINA bonds are
the most widely held locally by a 7-to-1 margin compared to GO
bonds.  This has placed AAFAF in the unenviable position of placing
the Government in a position of not fulfilling the Puerto Rico
Attorney General's legal obligation of always defending the
constitutionality of all Puerto Rico statues, including Act 91 of
2006, the COFINA enabling act, and the specific contractual
obligations that the COFINA Agency, the GDB, and AAFAF of defending
the constitutionality and legality of every COFINA issuance.

"In closing, Puerto Rico clearly faces a monumental crisis and its
recovery will be substantially hindered by a loss of access to
securitized finance mechanisms as the Government is already
operating in excess of its GO constitutional debt limits.
Respecting the first securitized rescue bond, COFINA, which the
Government is legally supposed to do, is in the long-term best
interests of Puerto Rico's leaders and is paramount to ensuring
that the island is placed back on the right road to fiscal reform
and economic recovery."

               About the COFINA Seniors Coalition

The coalition of creditors is made up of retirees and individual
investors in Puerto Rico and throughout the United States, as well
as asset managers GoldenTree Asset Management LP, Merced Capital
LP, Tilden Park Capital Management LP, Whitebox Advisors LLC, and
others.


                            *     *     *

The Troubled Company Reporter-Latin America reported on June 15,
2016, that the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a Puerto Rico law
that would have let its public utilities restructure their debt
over the objection of creditors leaving it to Congress to help the
island resolve its fiscal crisis.  Siding with bondholders
challenging the law, the court ruled 5-2 that the measure was
barred under federal bankruptcy law.

Puerto Rico is struggling with $72 billion in debt and has argued
that it needs to restructure at least some of it under Chapter 9,
the part of the bankruptcy code for insolvent local governments.
But Puerto Rico is not permitted to do so, because Chapter 9
specifically excludes it.

The federal law, Justice Thomas wrote, "bars Puerto Rico from
enacting its own municipal bankruptcy scheme to restructure the
debt of its insolvent public utilities."  Chief Justice John G.
Roberts Jr. and Justices Anthony M. Kennedy, Stephen G. Breyer and
Elena Kagan joined him.

Consequently, Puerto Rico opted to default on $911 million in
constitutionally guaranteed debt, or roughly half of the $2 billion
in principal and interest that came due July 1, EFE News reported.

The reported further noted that Puerto Rico enacted a debt
moratorium due to liquidity restraints -- a move that coincided
with a new U.S. law signed by President Obama that installs a
financial control board to restructure the island's debt and
provides a retroactive stay on lawsuits by bondholders.

On July 11, 2016, the TCR-LA reported that S&P Global Ratings
downgraded the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico's general obligation
secured debt to 'D' (default) from 'CC' following the
commonwealth's default.

On July 7, 2016, Fitch Ratings has downgraded the Commonwealth of
Puerto Rico's Long-Term Issuer Default Rating (IDR) to 'RD' from
'C' and general obligation (GO) bond rating to 'D' from 'C'
following the payment default on certain GO bonds on July 1, 2016.

The Fiscal Agency and Financial Advisory Authority of Puerto Rico
has selected Dentons US as its legal advisor on all aspects of its
restructuring and revitalization efforts, including development and
implementation of the Fiscal Plan, restructuring and renegotiation
of municipal bond debt, communications with creditors and with the
PROMESA Oversight Board, among others.


RADIOLOGY SUPPORT: Has Until March 30 to Use Cash Collateral
------------------------------------------------------------
Judge Ernest M. Robles of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Central
District of California authorized Radiology Support Devices, Inc.
to use cash the collateral of its secured creditors through and
including March 30, 2017.

A hearing on the Motion was held on March 1, 2017 at 10:00 a.m.

The Debtor is authorized to use cash collateral as outlined in the
approved Budget.

The 6.6-week Budget contemplates these weekly total cash receipts
and disbursements:

          Week          Cash Receipts        Disbursements
          ----          -------------        -------------
       2/22/2017           $65,508                $0
       2/27/2017           $25,541             $20,858
       3/6/2017            $43,269             $30,793
       3/13/2017           $12,120             $17,358
       3/20/2017           $37,980             $18,076
       3/27/2017           $8,112              $18,146
       4/3/2017            $10,900             $42,215

The Secured Creditors are granted a replacement lien to the extent
of any post-petition diminution of value of their pre-petition
collateral as a result of the Debtor's use of cash collateral
during the case; and such replacement lien will have the same
validity, extent and priority equal to the prepetition interests
held by each respective Secured Creditor as of the petition date.
WFB's request for a replacement lien to extend to pre-litigation
claims is denied without prejudice.

The Debtor's request for a 15% variance to the Budget without a
hearing is denied without prejudice.  The Debtor is not authorized
to use cash collateral to make payments to insider Matthew Alderson
except through compliance with the Notice of Insider Compensation
procedure.

The Court will continue the hearing on the Debtor's request for
further use of cash collateral to March 30, 2017 at 10:00 a.m.
Papers in support of the continued use of cash collateral must be
filed by March 23, 2017.  Objections, if any, to the Debtor's
continued use of cash collateral must be filed by March 28, 2017.
Any reply may be made at the hearing.  The Debtor will provide
weekly financial reports to WFB and the United States Trustee.

A full-text copy of the Order dated March 10, 2017 is available for
free at:

      
http://bankrupt.com/misc/cacb2-17-12054_37_Cash_Radiology_Support_Devices.pdf

                 About Radiology Support Devices

Radiology Support Devices, Inc. sought protection under Chapter 11
of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. C.D. Cal. Case No. 17-12054) on
February 21, 2017.  The petition was signed by Matthew Alderson,
president.  

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


RANCHO ARROYO: Zimmerman Buying Santa Barbara $8.9 Million
----------------------------------------------------------
Ranch Arroyo Grande, LLC, asks the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Central District of California to authorize the sale of real
property located at 1530 Roble Drive, Santa Barbara, California, to
Steve Zimmerman or Assignee for $8,900,000.

The Roble Property consists of an 11,293 sq. ft. main house with 9
bedrooms and 6.5 baths, a 2-bedroom guest house, pool, tennis court
and other improvements, including approximately seven acres of
landscaped gardens.  The Debtor's principals, Christopher and Ann
Conway reside at the Roble Property.  Since the inception of the
case, the Roble Property has been listed for sale and is currently
the sole remaining asset of the estate remaining to be sold.  

In the last 30 days the Debtor has received two offers to purchase
the Roble Property.  The first offer was for $9,000,000 and was
contingent on the buyer obtaining financing.  The second offer is
an all cash offer of $8,900,000.  The Debtor has accepted the cash
offer and by the Motion seeks an order authorizing the sale.

The Roble Property is subject to these liens and encumbrances:

   a. Real property taxes assessed against the Ranch Property by
the County of Santa Barbara for 2015-2016 totaling $30,403 pursuant
to an amended proof of claim filed by Harry E. Hagen, Treasurer-Tax
Collector on Aug. 25, 2016;

   b. A first deed of trust recorded July 28, 2003, as Instrument
No. 2003-0100359 in favor of Wells Fargo Home Mortgage securing a
Note in the original amount of $3,000,000 ("WF Note").  On Feb. 29,
2016, Wells Fargo filed a proof of claim on its secured claim in
the amount of $2,363,669.  The Debtor estimates that Wells Fargo is
currently owed approximately $2,576,000 on the WF Note.

   c. A second deed of trust recorded Dec. 5, 2014, as Instrument
No. 2014-0055724 in favor of USI Servicing, Inc., securing a Note
in the original amount of $2,000,000 ("USI Note") pursuant to a
proof of claim filed March 29, 2016.  The Debtor estimates that USI
is currently owed approximately $2,752,000 under the USI Note.

The Debtor has received and accepted, subject to approval of the
court, an offer to purchase the Roble Property from the Buyer for
$8,900,000, consisting of a $267,000 deposit, with the balance
payable in cash at close of escrow.  The Escrow will close no later
than 45 days from date of entry of the order approving the sale.
All contingencies will be released within 35 days from the date of
entry of the order approving the sale.

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

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/Rancho_Arroyo_212_Sales.pdf

On July 18, 2016, the Court entered an order authorizing the Debtor
to employ Linda Lorenzen-Hughes and Coldwell Banker to list the
Roble Property for sale.  Pursuant to the Listing Agreement, Hughes
is entitled to a 5% commission from the sale of the Roble
Property.

The proposed sale in this case is sufficient to pay all secured and
unsecured claims in full.  Pursuant to a Stipulation between the
Debtor, USI and Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. ("WFB") approved by the
Court on Dec. 13, 2016, WFB has a deficiency claim in the amount of
$2,123,297 remaining after the sale of the Debtor's Ranch Property,
that was agreed to be paid through escrow from the Debtor's sale of
the Roble Property, together with the remaining unsecured claims in
the case.

Based on the claims filed and scheduled in the Case, the remaining
unsecured claims total approximately $12,329, consisting of these
claims:

                     Claimant                   Amount
                     --------                     ------
          a. Delta Liquid Energy                     $60
          b. Department of Motor Vehicles           $559
          c. Padre Associatesr Inc.                 $680
          d. Ruffoni Farming & Management LLC    $10,630
          e. Sean Addison Pool and Spa Inc.         $400
                                                 -------
                               Total             $12,329

The Roble Property is being sold at arm's-length and at fair market
value.  The net proceeds from the proposed sale, after commissions
and costs are sufficient to pay all the secured and unsecured
claims in the case.  Accordingly, the Debtor asks the Court to
authorize the (i) sale of Roble Property to the Buyer for
$8,900,000 cash upon the terms and conditions set forth in the
Purchase Agreement; and (ii) payment directly from escrow of the
following: (a) all commissions and closing costs; (b) real property
taxes assessed against the Roble Property by the County of Santa
Barbara; (c) the secured claim of Wells Fargo Home Mortgage secured
by a first deed of trust recorded July 28, 2003, as Instrument No.
2003-0100359; (d) the secured claim of USI secured by a second deed
of trust recorded Dec. 5, 2014, as Instrument No. 2014-0055724; (e)
the allowed unsecured claims in the case.

The Debtor asks the Court to waive the 10-day period provided for
in Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 6004(g).

                  About Rancho Arroyo Grande

Rancho Arroyo Grande, LLC, sought protection under Chapter 11 of
the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. C.D. Cal. Case No. 15-12171) on Oct.
30,
2015.  The petition was signed by Christopher J. Conway, managing
member.  The case is assigned to Judge Peter Carroll.  At the time
of the filing, the Debtor disclosed $18.3 million in assets and
$14.6 million in liabilities.  The Debtor is represented by Karen
L. Grant, Esq., at The Law Offices of Karen L. Grant.


RIVIERA MOTEL: Hires Coldwell Banker to Sell Clearwater Property
----------------------------------------------------------------
Riviera Motel, LLC seeks authorization from the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the Middle District of Florida to employ Coldwell Banker
Commercial NRT and Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate, LLC as
exclusive broker to market and sell the Debtor's property located
at 217 Coronado Drive, Clearwater Beach, FL 33767 and legally
described as:

  -- COLUMBIA SUB BLK B, W 105FT OF LOT 2 AND N 50FT OF LOT 4 OF
     COLUMBIA SUB REPLAT & PARCEL: 082915175500020021

The Debtor requests authority, without further order of the Court,
to pay a Broker Commission of 8% upon the sale of the Property
following Court approval of the sale of the property.

John Skicewiez, licensed broker with Coldwell Banker Commercial
NRT, and Michelle Chenault, licensed broker of Coldwell Banker
Residential Real Estate, LLC, 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 Debtor and its estate.

The broker can be reached at:

       John Skicewiez
       Michelle Chenault
       COLDWELL BANKER COMMERCIAL NRT
       575 Indian Rocks Road
       Belleair Bluffs, FL 33770
       Tel: (727) 642-3965
       Fax: (727) 585-0482

                   About Riviera Motel LLC

Riviera Motel, LLC, based in Clearwater Beach, Fla., filed a
Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. M.D. Fla. Case No. 17-01989) on March
10, 2017.  Jawdet I Rubaii, Esq., serves as bankruptcy counsel.

The Debtor is a single asset real estate company.  The Debtor's
aggregate noncontingent liquidated debts (excluding debts owed to
insiders or affiliates) are less than $2,566,050 (amount subject to
adjustment on 4/01/19 and every 3 years after that). Kiran Patel is
a secured creditor of the Debtor holding $2.43 million disputed
claim.

In its petition, the Debtor estimated $1 million to $10 million in
both assets and liabilities.  The petition was signed by Anka
Rudman, manager/member.



ROSETTA GENOMICS: Board Determines Reverse Stock Split Ratio
------------------------------------------------------------
On March 13, 2017, at a special meeting of the board of directors
of Rosetta Genomics Ltd., the Board determined the specific ratio
for the consolidation of the authorized share capital of Rosetta
comprising of 60,000,000 Ordinary Shares with a nominal (par) value
of NIS 0.6 each into a smaller number of ordinary shares with a
higher nominal (par) value, to be 1:12 (the "Reverse Stock Split").
Subject to shareholder approval of the Reverse Stock Split at the
extraordinary meeting of the shareholders scheduled for March 16,
2017, per the Notice and Proxy Statement relating to the
extraordinary general meeting of the shareholders, following the
consolidation, the authorized share capital of Rosetta will be NIS
36,000,000 divided into 5,000,000 ordinary shares, with a nominal
(par) value of NIS 7.2 each.

A full-text copy of the regulatory filing is available at:
https://is.gd/7NBU6I

                                  About Rosetta Genomics

Based in Rehovot, Israel, Rosetta Genomics Ltd. is seeking to
develop and commercialize new diagnostic tests based on a recently
discovered group of genes known as microRNAs.  MicroRNAs are
naturally expressed, or produced, using instructions encoded in DNA
and are believed to play an important role in normal function and
in various pathologies.  The Company has established a
CLIA-certified laboratory in Philadelphia, which enables the
Company to develop, validate and commercialize its own diagnostic
tests
applying its microRNA technology.

Rosetta Genomics reported a loss from continuing operations of
US$17.34 million on US$8.26 million of total revenues for the year
ended Dec. 31, 2015, compared to a loss from continuing operations
of US$14.52 million on US$1.32 million of total revenues for the
year ended Dec. 31, 2014.

As of Sept. 30, 2016, Rosetta had $12.62 million in total assets,
$3.70 million in total liabilities and $8.92 million in total
shareholders' equity.

As reported by the TCR on Oct. 18, 2016, Rosetta received a staff
deficiency letter from The Nasdaq Stock Market notifying the
Company that for the past 30 consecutive business days, the
closing
bid price per share of its ordinary shares was below the $1.00
minimum bid price requirement for continued listing on The Nasdaq
Capital Market, as required by Nasdaq Listing Rule 5550(a)(2).


RS OLD MILL: Hires Frances M. Caruso as Bookkeeper
--------------------------------------------------
RS Old Mill, LLC seeks authorization from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
for the Southern District of New York to employ Frances M. Caruso
as bookkeeper to the Debtor.

The Debtor requires Caruso to:

     a. prepare and review monthly operating statements and other
financial reports or statements required by the Court of the Office
of the United States Trustee, the Bankruptcy Code, the Bankruptcy
Code, the Bankruptcy Rule or otherwise deemed to be necessary or
beneficial to the Debtor and/or estate; and

      b. render other financial assistance or services as may be
necessary in the chapter 11 case.

The Debtor will compensate Caruso at $50 per hour.

At the Debtor's request, Stealth eCommerce Ltd. advanced Caruso a
retainer of $1,200 in connection with the retention as bookkeeper
for the services to be provided.  Stealth is not a creditor of the
Debtor.

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

Frances M. Caruso, assured the Court that he/she 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 Debtor and its estates.

                        About RS Old Mill, LLC

RS Old Mill, LLC filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition (Bankr.
S.D.N.Y. Case No. 17-22218) on February 13, 2017.  Douglas J. Pick,
Esq., at Pick & Zabicki LLP serves as bankruptcy counsel.  The
Debtor's assets and liabilities are both below $1 million.


RS OLD MILL: Hires Pick & Zabicki as Bankruptcy Counsel
-------------------------------------------------------
RS Old Mill, LLC seeks authorization from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
for the Southern District of New York to employ Pick & Zabicki LLP
as counsel to the Debtor effective February 13, 2017.

The Debtor requires Pick & Zabicki to:

      a. advise the Debtor with respect to its rights and duties as
a debtor-in-possession;

      b. assist and advise the Debtor in the preparation of its
financial statements, schedules of assets and liabilities,
statement of financial affairs and other reports and documentation
required pursuant to the Bankruptcy Code and the Bankruptcy Rules;

      c. represent the Debtor in all hearings and other proceedings
relating to its affairs as a chapter 11 debtor;

      d. prosecute and defend litigated matters that may arise
during this chapter 11 case;

      e. assist the Debtor in the formulation and negotiation of a
plan of reorganization and all related transactions;

      f. assist the Debtor in analyzing the claims of creditors and
in negotiating with such creditors;

      g. prepare any and all necessary motions, applications,
answers, orders, reports and papers in connection with the
administration and prosecution of the Debtor's chapter 11 case;
and

      h. perform other legal services as may be required and/or
deemed to be in the interest of the Debtor in accordance with its
powers and duties as set forth in the Bankruptcy Code.

P&Z will be paid at these hourly rates:

      Partners                 $350-$425
      Associates               $250
      Paraprofessionals        $125

At the Debtor's request, Stealth eCommerce Ltd. advanced to Pick &
Zabicki a $15,000 retainer -- plus $2,500 from expenses and filing
fees -- in connection with the legal services to be rendered and
the expenses and disbursements to be incurred by P&Z on behalf of
the Debtor. Stealth is not a creditor of the Debtor.

P&Z will also be reimbursed for reasonable out-of-pocket expenses
incurred.

Douglas J. Pick, Esq., member of the law firm of Pick & Zabicki
LLP, 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 Debtor and its
estates.

P&Z may be reached at:

      Douglas J. Pick, Esq.
      Eric C. Zabicki, Esq.    
      Pick & Zabicki LLP
      369 Lexington Avenue, 12th Floor
      New York, NY 10017
      Tel: (212)695-6000
      E-mail: dpick@picklaw.net
          
                      About RS Old Mill, LLC

RS Old Mill, LLC filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition (Bankr.
S.D.N.Y. Case No. 17-22218) on February 13, 2017.  Douglas J. Pick,
Esq., at Pick & Zabicki LLP serves as bankruptcy counsel.  The
Debtor's assets and liabilities are both below $1 million.


RSF 17872: Court Extends Exclusive Plan Filing Date to July 18
--------------------------------------------------------------
Judge Louise DeCarl Adler of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Southern District of California extended the exclusive periods
within which only RSF 17872 Via Fortuna LLC may file and obtain
acceptance of a plan of reorganization to July 18, 2017, and Sept.
18, 2017, respectively.  

The Troubled Company Reporter previously reported that the Debtor
intends, through this bankruptcy case, to pay all creditors in
full.  Under these circumstances, the Debtor's substantial equity
interest in its Colorado property is worthy of protection and the
Debtor should be allowed ample opportunity to raise the funds
required to pay the creditors in full and protect its equity
investment.

The Debtor also asserted that it cannot put forward a plan and
disclosure statement until one or more of its related entities has
successfully consummated the sale of sufficient assets to provide
the financing needed by the Debtor to propound and perform a plan
that is anticipated to pay creditors in full.

             About RSF 17872 Via De Fortuna LLC

RSF 17872 Via De Fortuna LLC sought protection under Chapter 11 of
the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. S.D. Calif. Case No. 16-04436) on July
22, 2016.  The petition was signed by Black Rock Thoroughbreds,
LLLP, manager.  The Debtor is represented by Todd Ringstad, Esq.
at
Ringstad & Sanders LLP.   At the time of the filing, the Debtor
estimated its assets at $10  million to $50 million and debts at
$1
million to $10 million.
   
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 RSF 17872 Via De Fortuna LLC.


RV COLLISION: Seeks Cash Use for Cars Restoration Business
----------------------------------------------------------
RV Collision and Restoration, LLC, seeks authorization from the
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida to use
cash collateral.

The Debtor owns and operates a recreational vehicle sales, service,
collision repair, and restoration business located at 17736 US
Highway 27 North, Clermont, FL.  The Debtor has a business
relationship with RV Collision and Restoration of Bushnell, Inc.
and they are both owned 100%  by Sergio Salinas.

The Debtor derives its income primarily from repair and restoration
work it performs for Bushnell on RV units and consignment units
purchased by Bushnell and re-sold by Bushnell. The Debtor also
derives income from repair work paid for by insurance carriers for
post-collision or otherwise damaged RVs.  In addition, the Debtor
derives rental income from RV storage on site.

The Debtor requires the use of the proceeds from the operation of
its business in order to continue and maintain the operation of its
business.  The Debtor believes that its business can be operated on
a profitable basis, projecting rough estimate of its cash revenues
totaling approximately $57,800 for the next thirty days.

The Debtor anticipates expenses of approximately $57,727 for the
next thirty days, which includes rent due to the landlord in the
amount of $5,000, insurance premiums in the amount of $5,800, and
payroll expense in the amount of $20,627 due on March 17, 2017.  In
addition, the Debtor has several orders for parts to complete
repairs on customer's vehicles, the sum total of which is
approximately $26,300 over the next thirty days.

The Debtor tells the Court that it has no other resources from
which it can satisfy these obligations other than the revenue which
it expects to receive from its operation, sales and service offered
to the general public and regular rental receipts for RV storage.

A full-text copy of the Debtor's Motion, dated March 13, 2017, is
available at https://is.gd/qKea2n

RV Collision and Restoration, LLC, is represented by:

          Tyler S. Van Voorhees, Esq.
          Tyler S. Van Voorhees Law LLC
          300 East Highway 50
          Clermont, FL 34711
          Telephone: (352) 394-1194
          Facsimile: (352) 242-3886
          E-mail: tyler@wmrlegal.com

RV Collision and Restoration, LLC, filed a Chapter 11 petition
(Bankr. M.D. Fla. Court Case No. 17-01590) on March 13, 2017.


S DIAMOND STEEL: Unsecureds to Get $50K Per Month Under Plan
------------------------------------------------------------
S Diamond Steel Inc. filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in
Arizona an amended disclosure statement dated March 15, 2017,
referring to the Debtor's plan of reorganization.

Class 7 General Unsecured Claims -- $1,535,584.77 as of filing date
-- are impaired by the Plan.  Projected dividend is $1,140,407.23.
All allowed and approved claims under this class will be paid in
full from all funds available for distribution.  Interest in this
class will not be paid unless required by law.  Upon full
adjudication of the claim alleged by Class 8, if any amount is due
in Class 8 it will be paid pro rata with the creditors of Class 7
and the Plan will be extended by the number of months necessary to
provide full payment of all claims provided for in this class.  It
is anticipated that payments under this class will start between
the seventh and ninth month the Plan, after payment in full of all
allowed administrative expense and priority tax claims, at the rate
of $50,000 per month, disbursed on a pro rata basis.  

The funds necessary for the satisfaction of all approved and
allowed claims will be derived from the Debtor's income from its
operations.

The Amended Disclosure Statement is available at:

           http://bankrupt.com/misc/azb16-07846-112.pdf

As previously reported by The Troubled Company Reporter, the
Debtor's Class 7 General Unsecured Claims would be paid in full
from all funds available for distribution.  It was anticipated that
payments under this class would start in the seventh month of the
Plan.  As of the filing date, Class 7 claims total $1,532,696.01.
As of Jan. 16, 2017, the claims total $1,137,518.47.  Projected
dividend is $1,137,518.47, which totals about 74% of the total
allowed claim amount.

                      About S Diamond Steel

S Diamond Steel, Inc., based in Phoenix, Arizona, has been in
business as a Steel fabrication and erection contractor primarily
in the states of Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico, and California since
2001.  Since 2001, S Diamond has also worked in other states as
well as Puerto Rico.  

The Debtor filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D. Ariz. Case No.
16-07846) on July 11, 2016.  The petition was signed by Matthew
Miles Stevens, president.  The case is assigned to Judge Brenda K.
Martin.  

Allan NewDelman, Esq., at Allan D. NewDelman P.C. serves as the
Debtor's legal counsel.  Guy W. Bluff, Esq., at Bluff & Associates
represents the Debtor in connection with a $1.9 million claim filed
by the Board of Trustees of the California Ironworkers Field
Pension Trust in November last year.

The Debtor disclosed $1.59 million in total assets and $5.58
million in total liabilities.

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


S-METALS FL: Unsecureds to be Paid 14.4% Under Latest Plan
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Unsecured creditors of S-Metals FL, LLC will be paid 14.4% of their
claims under the company's latest Chapter 11 plan of
reorganization.

The latest restructuring plan proposes to pay Class 4 general
unsecured claims 14.4% on the dollar over 60 months.  The company
will pay $100 per month to Class 4 or a total of $6,000.

S-Metals' original plan had proposed to pay general unsecured
creditors 7.7% of their claims allowed by the bankruptcy court.

Payments under the plan will be funded by the company's rent income
of $1,000 per month under a lease contract with Phoenix Metal
Processors LLC.  Phoenix is a tenant of commercial sublease of
property located at 2310 NW 150 Street, Opa Locka Florida.

An additional $350 month will be paid by 2310 Opa Locka, an
affiliate, from its lease on a warehouse property.  Phoenix also
leases the property, according to S-Metals' latest disclosure
statement filed on March 16 with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Southern District of Florida.

A copy of the amended disclosure statement is available for free
at:

                        https://is.gd/X3DF7W

                         About S-Metals FL

S-Metals FL, LLC, filed for Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. S.D. Fla.
Case No. 16-17050) on May 17, 2016.  The petition was signed by
Shimon Segelman, manager.  At the time of the filing, the Debtor
estimated assets of less than $50,000 and debts of less than $1
million.

Joel M. Aresty, Esq., at Joel M. Aresty P.A. serves as the Debtor's
bankruptcy counsel.

On September 14 2016, the Debtor filed a disclosure statement,
which explains its proposed Chapter 11 plan of reorganization.


SANDFORD AND SON: Rashiyd Buying Philadelphia Property for $145K
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Sandford and Son, and Jay Sandford ask the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania to authorize the private
sale of real property located at 7106 North Broad Street,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Saalim A. Rashiyd for $145,000.

A hearing on the Motion is set for March 30, 2017.

On March 15, 2017, the Debtors filed an Amended Plan for
Reorganization entitled "Joint Chapter 11 Plan for Sandford and Jay
Sandford, Dated March 13, 2017" and a joint disclosure statement
entitled "Joint Disclosure Statement Regarding Chapter 11 Plan for
Sandford and Son and Jay Sandford, Dated March 13, 2017."

On March 16, 2017, the Debtors filed a motion to approve the
Disclosure Statement, which is now pending approval by the Court.

The pending Plan calls for the sale of certain real property of the
estate, including the Property.  

The Debtors propose to transfer their interest in the Property to
the Buyer, pursuant to the terms of a Purchase Agreement, dated
Jan. 10, 2017, free and clear of any interest other than that of
the estate.

The Debtor is informed and believes the Property is encumbered by a
mortgage by Hyperion Bank and various tax and utility liens,
including but not limited to liens by the City of Philadelphia and
Philadelphia Gas Works.  There may also be liens by the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the Internal Revenue Service, Raymond
A. Scarpato, Jr., and Amelia Scarpato, and/or Amelia Investors,
Inc.  Pursuant to Fed. R. Bankr. P. 6004, each of these
persons/entities will be served with a copy of the Motion.

The purchase price set forth in the Purchase Agreement is $145,000
with $4,000 paid as earnest money and the remaining balance to be
paid in cash at closing.  There is also a seller assist of $5,800.
Closing is presently scheduled for April 7, 2017.  

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

       http://bankrupt.com/misc/Sanford_and_Son_209_Sales.pdf

The Debtors have agreed to pay a commission of 6% to Weichert
Realtors, Jenkintown as broker upon the closing of the sale.  Said
commission will be shared with the Buyer's cooperating broker,
Integrity Real Estate Services.

The Debtors believe the proposed purchase price for the Property is
fair and reasonable.  The Property was listed with the Multiple
Listing Service for sale on Oct. 13, 2016 at a listing price of
$149,000.  There was also an open house held at the property on
Nov. 27, 2016 which no interested buyers attended.

The Closing was originally scheduled for March 17, 2017.  It has
now been rescheduled to April 7, 2017.  The Debtors desire to keep
the sale on track and avoid any unnecessary delay in approval of
the sale or prejudice to the Buyer.  The Debtors consulted with
counsel for Hyperion Bank, the City of Philadelphia, and the United
States Trustee regarding this motion for expedited consideration.
None of them has any objection to expedited consideration of the
Motion, although they have reserved their rights on the merits.

The Debtors ask that the Court, after hearing on notice, approves
the sale of Property as set forth and authorizes the Debtors to
proceed in accordance with the Purchase Agreement.

The Debtors also ask the Court to consider the Motion in an
expedited manner, reduce the notice period in Fed. R. Bankr. P.
2002(a)(2) to 5 days, require objections to be filed by March 28,
2017, and hold a hearing, if necessary, on March 30, 2017.

                  About Sandford and Son

Sandford and Son filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. E.D. Pa. Case
No. 14-18330) on Oct. 17, 2014.  Jay Sandford also sought Chapter
11 protection (Case No. 14-18364).

Jay Sandford started buying investment properties in Philadelphia
in the 1970s with his late father, Walter Sandford (former jointly
administered debtor in this case), which they rented out to
tenants.

The Hon. Jean K. FitzSimon presides over the cases.

Sandford and Son estimated assets and liabilities of $1 million to
$10 million.


SANDFORD AND SON: Seeks Court Approval of Disclosure Statement
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Sandford and Son asked the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern
District of Pennsylvania to approve the disclosure statement
explaining the Chapter 11 plan of reorganization for Jay Sandford
and the company.

The request, if granted by the court, would allow the Debtors to
begin soliciting votes for the plan.

Under U.S. bankruptcy law, a debtor must get court approval of its
disclosure statement to begin soliciting votes from creditors.  The
document must contain adequate information to enable creditors to
make an informed decision about the bankruptcy plan.

In the same filing, the Debtors asked the court to set a May 24
deadline for creditors to file their objections, and a May 30
deadline to cast their votes accepting or rejecting the plan.

The company also proposes a May 31 hearing on confirmation of the
restructuring plan.  The hearing to consider approval of the
disclosure statement is set for April 26.  

The plan proposes to pay claims through a combination of the
monthly budget surplus of at least $1,097 and the sale of Mr.
Sandford's real property located at 3054 Limekiln Pike, Glenside,
Pennsylvania.

                     About Sandford and Son

Sandford and Son filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. E.D. Pa. Case
No. 14-18330) on Oct. 17, 2014.  Jay Sandford also sought Chapter
11 protection (Case No. 14-18364).  Judge Jean K. FitzSimon
presides over the cases.

Sandford and Son estimated assets and liabilities of $1 million to
$10 million.

On July 16, 2016, the Debtors filed a disclosure statement and
joint Chapter 11 plan of reorganization, which proposes to pay
claims using a combination of the monthly budget surplus of at
least $1,097 and the sale of Mr. Sandford's real property in
Glenside, Pennsylvania.  On March 13, 2017, the Debtors filed an
amended plan.


SANITAS PARTNERS: Bid to Dismiss Involuntary Chap. 11 Case Denied
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Judge Mary F. Walrath of the District Court of the Virgin Islands,
Bankruptcy Division, Division of St. Croix, denied the motion of
Sanitas Partners, V.I., LLC, to dismiss the involuntary petition
filed against it, and entered an order for relief against the
alleged debtor.

On June 13, 2016, Donald Moorehead, Highland Holdings, Inc., and
GEC, LLC filed an involuntary bankruptcy petition against Sanitas.

On August 12, 2016, Sanitas filed its motion seeking dismissal of
the involuntary petition and damages, fees and costs related
thereto.  The motion contended, inter alia, that the petitioning
creditors were not qualified to file the petition because their
claims were disputed.

On September 1, 2016, Marco St. Croix filed a joinder in the
involuntary petition.  Sanitas did not contest the claims of Marco
in the amount of $68,416.28 and admitted that $50,000 of the claim
of GEC is not subject to dispute.

Sanitas contended, however, that Moorehead's claim, which is
premised on a settlement agreement among Sanitas, Moorehead and
Paradise Waste Systems, Inc. (PWS) is in bona fide dispute for two
reasons.  First, Sanitas alleged that Moorehead was in breach of
the agreement because the equipment that Sanitas received under the
agreement was in poor repair.  Second, in many instances, Sanitas
discovered that the equipment was not owned by PWS which required
Sanitas to pay in excess of $58,000 to acquire title from the
finance companies that did own it.

Judge Walrath rejected Sanitas' argument that Moorehead was in
breach of the agreement because of the asserted breaches by PWS.
The judge held that PWS was a separate legal entity from Moorehead
and there is no evidence to suggest that the corporate structure
should be ignored.  Consequently, Judge Walrath found that there is
no bona fide dispute raised by Sanitas to Moorehead's claim, and
that he is a valid petitioning creditor.

As to HHI's claim, Judge Walrath agreed with Sanitas that there is
a bona fide dispute about its validity because there is no writing
between HHI and Sanitas evidencing any agreement to perform tax
services or to pay for those services.

In conclusion, Judge Walrath held that there are three petitioning
creditors whose claims are not subject to bona fide dispute.
Accordingly, the judge denied Sanitas' motion to dismiss and
request for damages and entered an order for relief under chapter
11 against Sanitas pursuant to section 303(h) of the Bankruptcy
Code.

A full-text copy of Judge Walrath's March 17, 2017 opinion is
available at:

        http://bankrupt.com/misc/vib116-bk-10005-56.pdf

             About Sanitas Partners

GEC LLC, Donald Moorehead, and Highland Holdings, Inc., filed an
involuntary Chapter 11 petition against Sanitas Partners, V.I., LLC
(Bankr. D. V.I. Case Number: 16-10005) on June 13, 2016.

The Petitioning Creditors are represented by:

         Todd M. Conley, Esq.
         Jeffrey L. Tarkenton, Esq.
         WOMBLE CARLYLE SANDRIDGE & RICE, LLP
         1200 Nineteenth Street, N.W., Suite 500
         Washington, DC 20036
         Tel.: (202) 857-4450
         Fax: (202) 261-0050
         E-mail: tconley@wcsr.com
                 jtarkenton@wcsr.com

The Debtor is represented by Warren B. Cole, Esq., in St. Croix,
Virgin Islands.


SAVIR PROPERTIES: Taps James & Haughland as Attorney
----------------------------------------------------
Savir Properties & Investment, Inc seeks approval from the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Western Ditrict of Texas, El PAso
Division, to employ Corey W. Haugland and the firm James &
Haughland, P.C. as attorneys.

Professional services that James & Haughland are to render are:

     a. analyze the Debtor's financial situation, and render advice
to the Debtor in determining whether to file a petition in
bankruptcy;

     b. prepare and file the Voluntary Petition, Schedules,
Statement of Financial Affairs, Plan of Reorganization and
Disclosure Statement, as required;

     c. represent the Debtor at the meeting of creditors and
confirmation hearing, and any adjourned hearings thereof;

     d. represent the Debtor in adversary proceedings and other
contested bankruptcy matters;

     e. give the Debtor legal advice with respect to powers and
duties as a Debtor-in-possession;

     f. prepare the necessary applications, answers, orders,
reports and other papers;

     g. help with any necessary documents for the obtaining of
post-petition credits, offsets, etc.; and

     h. perform all of the legal services which may be necessary.

The Firm's hourly rate are:

     Corey W, Haughland  $350
     Wiley F. James      $350
     Jaime T Wall        $300
     Paralegals          $100

The Firm can be reahced through:

     Corey W. Haugland, Esq.
     JAMES & HAUGLAND P.C.
     P.O. Box 1770
     El Paso, TX 79949-1770
     Tel: (915) 532-3911
     E-mail: chaugland@jghpc.com

               About Savir Properties & Investment, Inc

Savir Properties & Investment, Inc filed a petition under Chapter
11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. W.D. TX Case No. 17-30350) on
March 6, 2017. The petition was signed by Daniel S. Rivas,
president.

The Debtor is represented by Corey W. Haugland, Esq. of James &
Haugland P.C. Hon. Christopher H. Mott presides over the case.

As of the bankruptcy filing date, the Debtor had $2.5 million in
total assets and $1.03 million in total liabilities.


SEARS HOLDINGS: Incurs $2.22 Billion Net Loss in Fiscal 2016
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Sears Holdings Corporation filed with the U.S. Securities and
Exchange Commission its annual report on Form 10-K disclosing a net
loss of $2.22 billion on $22.13 billion of revenues for the fiscal
year 2016, compared to a net loss of $1.12 billion on $25.14
billion of revenues for the fiscal year 2015.

As of Jan. 28, 2017, Sears Holdings had $9.36 billion in total
assets, $13.18 billion in total liabilities and a total deficit of
$3.82 billion.

"If we continue to experience operating losses, and we are not able
to generate additional liquidity ... we may not be able to access
additional funds under our amended Domestic Credit Agreement and we
might need to secure additional sources of funds, which may or may
not be available to us.  Additionally, a failure to generate
additional liquidity could negatively impact our access to
inventory or services that are important to the operation of our
business.  Moreover, if the borrowing base (as calculated pursuant
to the indenture) falls below the principal amount of the notes
plus the principal amount of any other indebtedness for borrowed
money that is secured by liens on the collateral for the notes on
the last day of any two consecutive quarters, it could trigger an
obligation to repurchase notes in an amount equal to such
deficiency."

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

                   https://is.gd/o4fBfA

                       About Sears

Sears Holdings Corporation (NASDAQ: SHLD) --
http://www.searsholdings.com/-- is an integrated retailer focused  

on seamlessly connecting the digital and physical shopping
experiences to serve members.  Sears Holdings is home to Shop Your
Waytm, a social shopping platform offering members rewards for
shopping at Sears and Kmart as well as with other retail partners
across categories important to them.

The Company operates through its subsidiaries, including Sears,
Roebuck and Co. and Kmart Corporation, with more than 2,000 full-
line and specialty retail stores in the United States and Canada.

Kmart Corporation and 37 of its U.S. subsidiaries filed voluntary
Chapter 11 petitions (Bankr. N.D. Ill. Lead Case No. 02-02474) on
Jan. 22, 2002.  Kmart emerged from chapter 11 protection on May 6,
2003, pursuant to the terms of an Amended Joint Plan of
Reorganization.  Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, LLP,
represented Kmart in its restructuring efforts.  Its balance sheet
showed $16,287,000,000 in assets and $10,348,000,000 in debts when
it sought chapter 11 protection.

Kmart bought Sears, Roebuck & Co., for $11 billion to create the
third-largest U.S. retailer, behind Wal-Mart and Target, and
generate $55 billion in annual revenues.  Kmart completed its
merger with Sears on March 24, 2005.

As of Jan. 28, 2017, Sears Holdings had $9.36 billion in total
assets, $13.18 billion in total liabilities and a total deficit of
$3.82 million.

                      *     *     *

In March 2016, Fitch Ratings said it will retain Sears' long term
issuer default rating at 'CC'.

The TCR reported on Dec. 19, 2016, that S&P Global Ratings affirmed
its ratings, including the 'CCC+' corporate credit rating, on Sears
Holdings Corp.  "We revised our assessment of Sears' liquidity to
less than adequate from adequate based on the impact of continued
and meaningful cash use and constraints on contractually committed
liquidity from cash use and incremental secured funded borrowings,"
said credit analyst Robert Schulz.  "We do not incorporate any
significant prospective asset sales or execution of strategic
alternatives for legacy hardline brands into our assessment of
committed liquidity."

As reported by the TCR on Jan. 24, 2017, Moody's Investors Service
downgraded Sears Holdings Corporate Family Rating to 'Caa2' from
'Caa1'.  Sears' 'Caa2' rating reflects the company's sizable
operating losses - Domestic Adjusted EBITDA (as defined by Sears)
was a loss of $884 million in the latest 12 month period.


SECURED ASSETS: Secured Creditors Try to Block Disclosures OK
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Secured creditor Belvedere Debt Holdings, LLC, and BTM, LLC, each
filed objections with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of
Nevada to Secured Assets Belvedere Tower, LLC's amended disclosure
statement referring to the Debtor's plan of reorganization.

On Feb. 1, 2017, the Court conducted a settlement conference and on
Feb. 2, 2017, the parties placed the terms of a settlement
agreement on the record.  The Plan described in the Amended
Disclosure Statement is inconsistent with terms placed on the
record. Accordingly, BTM objects.

According to secured creditor BDH, the Amended Plan provides for
the payment of administrative claims which the secured creditor
claims is in direct contradiction to the terms of the settlement.
The carveout for administrative expenses agreed to under the terms
of the settlement is $250,000, not the $300,000 stated in the
Amended Plan.  The agreed upon carveout is $250,000 after which the
net proceeds from the sale of all units are to be paid to BDH,
along with the quarterly interest payments until its claim is paid
in full.

The settlement agreement, BDH states, doesn't provide for the
deduction of "Operating Costs" as defined by the Amended Plan from
the sale proceeds before the distribution of the net proceeds to
BDH.  The settlement agreement is silent as to the definition of
the net proceeds.  Customary costs of sale for residential housing
would include brokerage, title, escrow and other standard closing
costs, like recording fees.  There was no agreed deduction of a pro
rata portion of marketing and advertising costs not paid by the
broker, BTOA reserves and other costs and expenses reasonably
calculated by and associated with the sale of each unit.

With respect to the "Operating Reserves," provided for in the
Amended Plan, this was also not agreed to in connection with the
settlement.

BTM asserts that the transcript of the terms of settlement placed
on the record on Feb. 2, 2017, makes clear that, with the exception
of the 10 foreclosure units, the terms of the December 2014 Letter
Agreement remain in force and effect.  The Transcript of the
settlement terms contemplates that all parties, SABT, BDH and BTM
must agree on project management and a sales and leasing team.  BTM
does not consent to Harvey Fennell and Dickson Commercial Group to
fulfill that role.

Copies of the Objections are available at:
  
          http://bankrupt.com/misc/nvb16-51162-348.pdf
          http://bankrupt.com/misc/nvb16-51162-348.pdf

BDH is represented by:

     Stefanie T. Sharp, Esq.
     ROBINSON, BELAUSTEGUI, SHARP & LOW
     A Professional Corporation
     71 Washington Street
     Reno, Nevada 89503
     E-mail: ssharp@rbsllaw.com

BTM is represented by:

     Jeffrey L. Hartman, Esq.,
     HARTMAN & HARTMAN
     510 West Plumb Lane, Suite B
     Reno, Nevada 89509
     Tel: (775) 324-2800
     Fax: (775) 324-1818
     E-mail: notices@bankruptcyreno.com

               About Secured Assets Belvedere Tower

Reno, Nevada-based Secured Assets Belvedere Tower, LLC, filed a
Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D. Nev. Case No. 16-51162) on Sept.
19, 2016.  The petition was signed by Gregg Smith.  The Debtor is
represented by Elizabeth A. High, Esq., and Cecilia Lee, Esq., at
Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP.  The case is assigned to Judge Gregg W.
Zive.

The Debtor, a single asset real estate company, disclosed total
assets at $20.4 million and total liabilities at $18.5 million.


SERVICE EMPLOYEES: Hires Stout Risius Ross as Financial Advisor
---------------------------------------------------------------
Service Employees International Union - Texas seeks authorization
from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas
to employ Stout Risius Ross, Inc., as financial advisor, nunc pro
tunc to March 13, 2017.

The Debtor requires SRR to:

     a. prepare cash forecasts;

     b. assist with the preparation of monthly operating reports;

     c. prepare schedules, analyses and projections to support a
plan of reorganization;

     d. provide testimony regarding same; and

     e. provide other functions as requested by the Local or its
counsel to assist the Local in this chapter 11 case.

SRR professionals who will work on the Debtor's case and their
hourly rates are:

     Loretta Cross (Managing Director)      $560
     Meggen Rhodes (Manager)                $370

The hourly rates for SRR personnel are:

     Managing Directors                     $400-$700
     Directors and Vice Presidents          $300-$475
     Managers                               $200-$375
     Associates                             $175-$350
     Analysts                               $75-$275

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

Loretta Cross, managing director of Stout Risius Ross, Inc.,
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 Debtor and its estates.

SRR may be reached at:

      Loretta Cross
      Stout Risius Ross, Inc.
      815 Walker, Suite 1140
      Houston, TX, 77002
      Tel: (713) 225-9580

                   About SEIU - Texas

The Service Employees International Union - Texas filed a voluntary
petition for relief under chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr.
S.D. Tex. Case No. 16-20483) on December 3, 2016, listing under $1
million to $10 million in both assets and liabilities.  The
petition was signed by Elsa Caballero, president.

SEIU-Texas sought Chapter 11 bankruptcy after a Harris County,
Texas jury awarded in September 2016 $5.3 million in damages to
Professional Janitorial Service of Houston Inc. after finding that
the local SEIU unit had smeared the janitorial service to cost the
firm its business.

The Hon. David R Jones presides over the Chapter 11 case.  Lawyers
at McKool Smith PC, serve as Chapter 11 counsel to the union.


SILVER CREEK INVESTMENTS: Can Use Cash Collateral Until March 28
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Judge Barbara J. Houser of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Northern District of Texas authorized Silver Creek Investments,
LLC, to use cash collateral on an interim basis until March 28,
2017.

The Debtor is authorized to use cash and all cash equivalents,
whether in the form of deposit accounts, proceeds, products,
offspring, rents or profits of property subject to statutory liens,
which constitutes the cash collateral of Bank of DeSoto.

The Debtor is authorized to collect cash collateral in the form of
rent from tenants at its property and pay expenses of operating its
business, including payroll and related taxes, and the monthly
secured obligation to Bank of DeSoto pursuant to its security
documents for the interim period until final hearing on the
Debtor's Motion.

The expenses the Debtor is authorized to pay include:

          Employee/Contractor Compensation: $1,750
          Utilities:                          $795
          Office Expenses and supplies:       $175
          Repairs and Maintenance:          $2,725
          Management fee to Alfred Herron:  $1,000

Among other things, Judge Houser directed that:

      (a) the Debtor will provide written documentation (ie.
receipt, invoice, etc.) for each operating expense paid with the
Cash Collateral;

      (b) the Debtor will deposit in a Debtor-in-Possession account
the cash collateral collected in excess of the amount required to
pay operating expenses until further order of the Court;

      (c) the current tenant, Catfish Floyd's, will continue to pay
its monthly rent in the amount of $1,400 directly to the Bank of
DeSoto, NA;

      (d) the current tenant, Family Dollar, will continue to pay
its monthly rent in the amount of $7,917 directly to the Bank of
DeSoto, NA;

      (e) the Debtor will remain liable for making its monthly loan
payment in the total amount of $20,250 each month to Bank of
DeSoto.

      (f) the Debtor will pay to Bank of DeSoto the difference of
$10,933 as adequate protection, after consideration and receipt of
the amounts paid by Catfish Floyd's and Family Dollar;

      (g) the Debtor will make an adequate protection payment of
$300 per month to Texas Mezzanine Fund, Inc. from the Cash
Collateral collected. Such payment will be made only after payment
in full of the monthly adequate protection payment to Bank of
DeSoto has been made.

      (h) the Debtor will maintain and produce a weekly report for
the Bank of DeSoto, N.A., containing following information: (1)
List of income received per unit that week, (2) Expenses made that
week with supporting documentation attached, (3) Rent roll update
to show new rentals with contracts, evictions and/or vacancies. It
is further

      (i) the Debtor will timely pay all fees and charges to the
U.S. Trustee that are required under Chapter 11  123 of title 28.

Bank of DeSoto, N.A. was priority and validity of the security
interest in and liens, including replacement liens, on the Debtor's
rents.

A final hearing on the Debtor's continued use of cash collateral
has been scheduled on March 28, 2017 at 1:45 p.m.  

A full-text copy of the Agreed Third Interim Order, dated March 8,
2017, is available at http://tinyurl.com/luvt3p4

                   About Silver Creek Investments

Silver Creek Investments, LLC, filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr.
N.D. Tex. Case No. 16-34633) on Dec. 3, 2016.  The petition was
signed by Alfred Herron, managing member.  The case is assigned to
Judge Barbara J. Houser.  The Debtor is represented by Marilyn D.
Garner, Esq., at the Law Office of Marilyn D. Garner, PLLC.  At the
time of filing, the Debtor had assets and liabilities estimated at
$1 million to $10 million each.


SKYY LABORATORY: Asks for Court's Permission to Use Cash Collateral
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Skyy Laboratory, LLC, filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Middle District of Tennessee an amended expedited motion to use
cash collateral.

Pearl Capital Business Funding is claiming an interest in the cash
collateral by reason of a merchant loan agreement, and an alleged
confessed judgment entered in the state of New York on Feb. 17,
2017.  To the Debtor's knowledge, the judgment has not been
domesticated in the state of Tennessee, and the Debtor believes
that the Debtor may have a defense to the alleged lien on the cash
collateral by reason of failure of the creditor to properly correct
a security interest in the cash collateral.  However, Pearl Capital
has placed a hold on the Debtor's bank account in the state of
Tennessee located at BB&T Bank.  The Debtor proposes to give the
creditor adequate protection by dedicating $18,000 Dollars of the
said bank account located at BB&T Bank as adequate protection for
the creditor pending a final hearing on this matter.

The Debtor says that some cash to be spent by the Debtor may or may
not constitute cash collateral to which Pearl Capital is claiming
an interest.  The Debtor states that its reorganization attempts
will require the use of the cash collateral to pay wages and
salaries, and every day operating expenses to keep the business in
operation pending the reorganization of the Debtor.

The Debtor has a monthly operating expense of approximately
$126,000, and a payroll expense of approximately $121,000 monthly,
for a total estimated operating expense of $247,000 per month.  A
copy of the budget is available at:

        http://bankrupt.com/misc/tnmb17-01195-15_budget.pdf

On March 6, 2017, the Debtor said in a brief in support of the
motion -- a copy of the document is available for free at
http://bankrupt.com/misc/tnmb17-01195-31.pdf-- that the Debtor
projects a monthly income of $274,000, and projects monthly expense
of $198,000, with a net profit of $76,000.

The Debtor will provide the alleged secured creditors a substitute
lien in the cash that the Debtor accumulates subsequent to the
filing of its Chapter 11 proceeding with funds that will not be
expended to pay prepetition indebtedness of the Debtor.  

                   About Skyy Laboratory LLC

Skyy Laboratory, LLC, sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. M.D. Tenn. Case No. 17-01195) on Feb. 23,
2017.  The petition was signed by Corey Lee, managing member.  At
the time of the filing, the Debtor estimated assets and
liabilities of less than $50,000.  E. Covington Johnston, Jr.,
Esq., at Johnston & Street, PLLC, serves as the Debtor's legal
counsel.


SLM CORPORATION: Moody's Assigns Ba2 Issuer Rating
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Moody's Investors Service assigned a Ba2 issuer rating to SLM
Corporation as well as a Baa2 long-term deposit rating, a Prime-2
short-term deposit rating, and a Ba2 issuer rating to Sallie Mae
Bank, the primary operating subsidiary of SLM. Moody's also
affirmed SLM's Ba3 (hyb) cumulative preferred stock and B1 (hyb)
non-cumulative preferred stock ratings. The outlook for the ratings
is stable.

RATINGS RATIONALE

The ratings reflect the company's solid profitability and strong
student loan origination franchise. These strengths are offset by
SLM's monoline concentration in private student loans, and evolving
funding structure.

SLM is the largest originator of private education loans with a
more than 50% market share, despite its relatively small size in
relation to its two primary competitors Wells Fargo & Company
(Senior A2 stable) and Discover Financial Services (Senior Ba1
stable). The increasing higher education enrollment and costs
continue to drive demand for private student loans.

However, with its single asset class concentration, the bank is
vulnerable to adverse developments in the private student loan
space, which is susceptible to legal, regulatory, and legislative
changes. The bank is also vulnerable to general macroeconomic
conditions, as the asset quality of private student loans like
other consumer loans is sensitive to employment fundamentals.

Brokered deposits make up approximately 50% of total deposits, one
of the highest levels of any bank that Moody's rates, which
constrains the bank's liquidity strength. Furthermore, the price
sensitivity of SLM's Internet retail deposits has not been tested
in a rising rate or stressed credit environment. In addition to
deposit funding, SLM currently finances itself through the ABS
market. While ABS financing provides the company with match
funding, it is confidence and price-sensitive secured funding. A
positive of the bank's funding profile is its high level of insured
deposits compared to traditional US regional banks.

SLM's ratings could be upgraded if its funding and liquidity
profile strengthens as a result of slower balance sheet growth and
a stronger deposit franchise such as by reducing its reliance on
brokered deposits, while maintaining solid and stable financial
performance. In addition, successfully accessing the unsecured debt
market, continued stability in accessing the securitization market,
along with diversifying into non-student loan asset classes would
be viewed positively.

SLM's ratings could be downgraded if its financial performance or
asset quality materially deteriorates. Negative ratings pressure
would also result from potential regulatory actions in the student
lending sector.

Issuer: SLM Corporation

-- Preferred Stock, Affirmed at Ba3 (hyb)

-- Non-cumulative Preferred Stock, Affirmed at B1 (hyb)

-- LT Issuer Rating: Assigned, Ba2, Stable

Outlook, Assigned Stable

Issuer: Sallie Mae Bank

-- LT Issuer Rating, Assigned Ba2, Stable

-- LT Deposit Rating, Assigned Baa2, Stable

-- ST Deposit Rating, Assigned P-2

-- Adjusted Baseline Credit Assessment, Assigned ba1

-- Baseline Credit Assessment, Assigned ba1

-- LT Counterparty Risk Assessment, Assigned Baa3(cr)

-- ST Counterparty Risk Assessment, Assigned P-3(cr)

Outlook, Assigned Stable

The principal methodology used in these ratings was Banks published
in January 2016.


SLUSS & RAY: Has Interim Nod to Use Cash Collateral Until June 30
-----------------------------------------------------------------
Judge Dale L. Somers of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court District of
Kansas authorized Sluss & Ray LLC to use cash collateral on an
interim basis through June 30, 2017.

The Debtor is authorized to use cash collateral on an emergency
basis, only in the amount necessary to sustain its business
operation prior to the final hearing, particularly to make the
following necessary payments:

      (a) Payroll expenses estimated in the amount of $4,000;

      (b) Monthly payment for employment withholding taxes due on
March 15, 2017 in the amount of $4,600;

      (c) Sales taxes due on March 25, 2017 in the estimated amount
of $6,500;

      (d) Franchise fee to AAMCO Transmission in the amount of
$3,000;

      (e) Rent for 703 North West Street in the amount of $2,000;

      (f) Ongoing utility bills and software licenses for online
repair expenses, totaling $4,000;

      (g) Adequate protection payment to Emprise Bank and Small
Business Administration due on March 11, 2017, in the amount of
$1,569;

      (h) Payment to Lease Consultants in the amount of $450 per
month for equipment lease payments for tire mounting equipment and
air compressors;

      (i) Health insurance in the amount of $2,000 per month;

      (j) Worker's compensation insurance in the amount of $2,000
per month;

      (k) Merchant fees on credit card account in the estimated
amount of $2,000.

The Debtor sought authorization to use cash collateral in order to
pay expenses of its business operation in accordance with the
Budget for the calendar year 2017, which reflects total annual
expenses in the aggregate amount of $442,603.

The Debtor acknowledged that these parties may claim an interest
upon its cash collateral resources:

      (1) Emprise Bank has a first security interest on all
inventory, chattel paper, accounts, equipment, general intangibles,
instruments and fixtures;

      (2) ASSN Company may claim an interest on all assets now
owned or hereafter acquired and wherever located;

      (3) National Funding, Inc., may claim an interest on all
inventory, chattel paper, accounts, accounts receivable, equipment,
general intangibles, furniture and fixtures;

      (4) Merchant Money Company may claim an interest on all
proceeds of each future sale by the Debtor.

Emprise Bank is granted an additional and replacement continuing
valid, binding, enforceable, non-avoidable and automatically
perfected post-petition security interests in and liens on any and
all presently owned and hereafter acquired personal property and
all other assets of the Debtor and its estate, together with any
proceeds thereof.  The adequate protection superpriority claims of
Emprise Bank will have priority over all administrative expenses
and unsecured claims against the Debtor and its estate, subject to
the Carve-Out.

The Carve-Out means the following amounts:

      (1) statutory fees payable to the U.S. Trustee;

      (2) attorneys' fees in the amount of $7,000 per month until
confirmation of the Plan;

      (3) claims allowed by final order of the Court under Section
503(b) of the Bankruptcy Code that are incurred after the
conversion of the Chapter 11 case under Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy
Code in an amount not to exceed $5,000; and

      (4) up to $10,000 of other professional fees and
disbursements incurred by an Statutory Committee for professionals
retained by final order of the Court or for any certified public
accountants retained by the Debtor and appointed by the Court.

A full-text copy of the Order, dated March 15, 2017, is available
at https://is.gd/beInN8

Emprise Bank is represented by:

          Karl R. Swartz, Esq.
          Morris, Laing, Evans, Brock & Kennedy, Chtd.
          300 Nort Mead, Suite 200
          Wichita, KS 67202-2745
          Phone: 316.262.2671
          Fax: 316.262.6226
          E-mail: kswartz@morrislaing.com

                       About Sluss & Ray LLC

Sluss & Ray LLC dba Amaco, d/b/a C & M Empire, LLC, d/b/a Aamcot,
LLC, d/b/a CCWRW, LLC, filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D. Kan.
Case No. 17-10301), on March 9, 2017.  The petition was signed by
Chad Raymond, Owner.  The case is assigned to Judge Dale L. Somers.
The Debtor is represented by Edward J. Nazar, Esq. at Hinkle Law
Firm, L.L.C.  At the time of filing, the Debtor had $86,340 in
total assets and $1.22 million in total liabilities.


SNOWTRACKS COMMERCIAL: Wants to Use Lenders Cash Collateral
-----------------------------------------------------------
SnowTracks Commercial Winter Management, LLC, asks the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Wisconsin to authorize
the use of cash collateral of lenders on an interim basis.

The Debtor is indebted to these Cash Lenders claiming a security
interest in Cash Collateral:

   a. Lincoln Community Bank: The Bank's collateral includes but is
not limited to all of the Debtor's equipment, fixtures, inventory,
documents, general intangible, accounts, deposit accounts, contract
rights, chattel paper, instruments, letters of credit rights and
investment property and all  proceeds, supporting  obligations and
products of the foregoing, wherever located.  In addition, the Bank
has purchase money security interests in specific pieces of
equipment.  As of the Petition Date, the Debtor owed approximately
$365,000 to the Bank, plus reasonable attorney fees and costs as
allowed by the loan documents.  The exact value of the Collateral
is unknown, but the value of the Collateral exceeds the amount owed
to the Bank.  The Bank perfected its interest in the Collateral
through a series of UCC-1 filings with the Wisconsin Department of
Financial Institutions, with the first filing having been made on
May 5, 2008.  In addition to cash collateral, Lincoln Community
Bank has specific security interests in various pieces of
equipment.  The Bank is Debtor's primary secured creditor.

    b. KLC Financial, Inc.: The Debtor is indebted to KLC pursuant
to an Equipment Financing Agreement related to equipment used by
Black Granite Grain Co., LLC.  The Debtor is a co-debtor on that
Equipment Financing Agreement.  KLC filed a UCC-1 Financing
Statement with the Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions
on May 13, 2015, claiming a security interest in substantially all
assets of the Debtor, including cash and other assets that would be
considered cash collateral.  On the Petition Date, KLC was owed
approximately $8,000.

    c. A mystery creditor filed a UCC-1 Financing Statement with
the Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions on Jan. 12, 2016
claiming a security interest "in and to all of Merchant's present
and future  accounts, chattel paper, deposit counts, personal
property, assets and fixtures, general intangibles, instruments,
equipment, inventory wherever located, and proceeds now or
hereafter owned or acquired by Merchant."  As listed with the
Department of Financial Institutions, the mystery creditor is only
identified as "UCC 110441019" [sic.].  The Debtor has been
attempting to identify the mystery creditor but, as of the Petition
Date, the Debtor has no information on the identity of this mystery
creditor or the purpose of the debt.

Contemporaneously with the Motion, the Debtor filed a separate
Motion to Grant Adequate Protection to other creditors holding
security interests in Debtor's Equipment.  By the Motion, the
Debtor is requesting that the Court schedule a hearing on such
Motion to Grant Adequate Protection.  The Adequate Protection
Motion does not require emergency relief.

The Debtor is authorized to represent that the Bank agrees to the
entry of an order approving use of cash collateral and the grant of
adequate protection pursuant to the terms of the Motion.

All of the Debtor's cash, negotiable instruments, documents of
title, securities, deposit accounts or other cash equivalents and
all cash proceeds of the prepetition collateral received after the
commencement of the case (including cash proceeds from the Debtor's
accounts receivable and sale of inventory), is encumbered by liens
granted to the Cash Lenders and constitutes the Cash Collateral,
subject to the order of priority and perfection of the given Cash
Lender.

The Debtor requires use of Cash Collateral.  Absent such immediate
relief, the Debtor will not be able to sustain business operations.
Payroll is due on March 17, 2017.  Vendors and lessors, crucial to
the Debtor's business and going concern, will demand payment.  The
ability to use the Cash Collateral will allow the Debtor to
continue the operation of its businesses and administer and
preserve the value of the Estate for the benefit of the Estate and
creditors.

The Debtor proposes to use the Cash Collateral solely to fund the
itemized expenditures (subject to permitted variances) contained in
the Budget.

The 13-week Budget contemplates these total cash in and out:

          Week Of       Total Cash In      Total Cash Out
          ------        -------------      --------------
         3/13/2017         $37,500            $32,725
         3/20/2017     $64,960            $22,943
         3/27/2017         $45,930            $68,637
         4/03/2017         $28,025            $15,750
         4/10/2017         $28,025            $35,250
         4/17/2017     $55,485            $19,818
         4/24/2017     $48,955            $58,712
         5/01/2017     $32,930            $33,475
         5/08/2017         $12,500            $31,600
         5/15/2017    $12,500            $12,168
         5/22/2017    $12,500            $50,062
         5/29/2017    $12,500            $11,600
         6/05/2017         $12,500            $31,600

Regarding permitted variances, for each rolling four week period
set forth in the Budget (on a cumulative basis), the Debtor's
actual ending cash balance for such period will not be less than
20% of the ending cash balance as set forth in the Budget.  Given
the nature of the Debtor's business, when the Debtor's revenue
increases, the Debtor's expenses increase dramatically.
Accordingly, Debtor's "cash  in" and "cash out" may vary
substantially, but the actual ending cash balance will not be less
than 20% of the ending cash balance stated on the Budget, as tested
once every four weeks.  The Bank and the Debtor are authorized, in
their sole discretion, to agree to increase cash disbursements and
operating expenditures in the Budget, and upon written agreement by
the Bank to so modify the Budget, the Debtor be authorized to use
Cash Collateral in such amount without the need for any further
order of the Court.

As adequate protection for any  diminution in the Cash Lender's
Collateral through the Debtor's use, possession or the operation of
the automatic stay, the Debtor proposes to grant to Cash Lenders
additional and replacement security interests and liens
("Replacement Lien") in the same order of the Cash Lenders'
priority of perfection in the  same.  The Replacement Lien would
secure an amount of the Cash Lenders' Prepetition Indebtedness
equal to the aggregate diminution in the value of Collateral
resulting from the Debtor's use or possession of the Cash
Collateral and Collateral.  

The Replacement Lien will attach to all proceeds, rents or profits
of the Cash Collateral that were either subject to the prepetition
liens or acquired as a result of the  Debtor's use and/ or
expenditure of Cash Collateral.  For the avoidance of doubt the
Replacement Lien will not attach to causes of action arising under
Chapter 5 of the Bankruptcy Code or the proceeds thereof.

The Debtor asks that the Replacement Lien granted to the Cash
Lenders be perfected by operation of law upon execution and entry
of the Interim Order by the Court.  As further adequate protection,
the Debtor asks authorization to make payments to the Bank as
stated in the Budget.

The Debtor's obligations to the Bank will continue to accrue at the
contract rate during the term of the Case.

Notwithstanding, the Cash Lenders will retain their liens and
interests in their Collateral, including Cash Collateral, as they
existed on the Petition Date.

The Debtor asks that the Court conducts an interim hearing on the
use of Cash Collateral and Adequate Protection to the Cash Lenders
to avoid immediate and irreparable harm and prejudice to the
Debtor's estate and all parties in interest.

The Debtor respectfully asks that the Court sets an objection
deadline of 21 days from the Petition Date and, if no objections to
the Debtor's use of cash collateral are filed and served by such
objection deadline, then the Interim Order would become final
without further notice or hearing.

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

   
http://bankrupt.com/misc/wiwb1-17-10755_6_Cash_SnowTracks_Commercial.pdf

              About SnowTracks Commercial Winter Management

SnowTracks Commercial Winter Management, LLC, sought Chapter 11
protection (Bankr. W.D. Wis. Case No. 17-10755) on March 10, 2017.
The petition was signed by Michael P. Bronsteatter, manager.  Judge
William V. Altenberger is assigned to the case.  The Debtor
estimated assets and liabilities in the range of $1 million to $10
million.  The Debtor tapped Rebecca R. DeMarb, Esq., at Sweet
Demarb, LLC as counsel.


SOUTHERN SEASON: Seeks to Hire Dixon Hughes as Accountant
---------------------------------------------------------
SSI Liquidation, Inc. has filed an amended motion seeking approval
from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of North
Carolina to hire an accountant.

The Debtor proposes to hire Dixon Hughes Goodman, LLP to provide
services related to its 401(k) plan audit and termination.  The
firm will be paid a flat fee of $12,000 for its services.

Dixon Hughes represents no other entity in connection with the
Debtor's bankruptcy case, according to the court filing.

The firm can be reached through:

     John J. Stewart, Jr.
     Dixon Hughes Goodman, LLP
     2501 Blue Ridge Road, Suite 500
     Raleigh, NC 27607
     Phone: 919-876-4546
     Fax: 919-876-8680

                      About Southern Season

Southern Season, Inc., now known as SSI Liquidation, Inc., was
founded in 1975 and is a premier retail destination for specialty
food and gifts.  It currently operates its flagship retail store
located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and its three "Taste of
Southern Season" stores in Asheville, Raleigh, North Carolina and
Charleston, South Carolina.

Southern Season sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. M.D.N.C. Case No. 16-80558) on June 24,
2016.  The petition was signed by Clay Hammer, CEO.  At the time of
the filing, the Debtor disclosed $9.82 million in assets and $18.3
million in liabilities.  

The case is assigned to Judge Benjamin A. Kahn.  The Debtor is
represented by John Paul H. Cournoyer, Esq., at Northen Blue, LLP,
and Richard M. Hutson, II, Esq., at Hutson Law Offices, P.A.  John
Fioretti of ABTV was appointed as the Debtor's chief restructuring
officer.  

On July 8, 2016, William Miller, U.S. bankruptcy administrator,
appointed an official committee of unsecured creditors.  The
committee is represented by Ivey McClellan Gatton & Siegmund,
L.L.P.


SPECTRUM HEALTHCARE: Court Extends Plan Filing to May 4
-------------------------------------------------------
Judge James J. Tancredi of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Connecticut extended Spectrum Healthcare, LLC, and
affiliates' exclusive periods for filing a plan of reorganization
and soliciting acceptances to the plan to May 4, 2017 and June 5,
2017, respectively.

The Troubled Company Reporter previously reported that the Debtors
agreed with their major creditor constituents to engage in a sale
process, so the operations for all four of their skilled nursing
facilities could be transitioned to new operators.  To facilitate
the sale process, the Debtors agreed to the appointment of a Chief
Restructuring Officer who is overseeing the sale process.

The Debtors also stated that they were seeking an extension of
their exclusive periods because the sale process needs to be
completed before the Debtors can determine the appropriate means of
closing
out the case, whether through the filing of a plan of liquidation,
conversion to a chapter 7, or dismissal.

               About Spectrum Healthcare, LLC

Spectrum Healthcare LLC is a nursing home operator, owning six
nursing facilities have 716 beds and employing 725 people.
Spectrum Healthcare and its affiliates sought protection under
Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Conn. Case Nos.
16-21635 to 16-21639) on Oct. 6, 2016.  The petitions were signed
by Sean Murphy, chief financial officer.

At the time of filing, the Debtors listed these assets and
liabilities:

                                          Total        Estimated
                                          Assets      Liabilities
                                        ----------    -----------
Spectrum Healthcare                     $282,369      $500K-$1M
Spectrum Healthcare Derby               $2,068,467      $1M-$10M
Spectrum Healthcare Hartford            $4,188,568        N/A
Spectrum Healthcare Manchester, LLC     $2,729,410        N/A
Spectrum Healthcare Torrington, LLC     $3,321,626        N/A

Spectrum Healthcare and its affiliates previously filed Chapter 11
petitions (Bankr. D. Conn. Case No. 12-22206) on Sept. 10, 2012.

In the 2016 bankruptcy case, the Debtors are represented by
Elizabeth J. Austin, Esq., Irve J. Goldman, Esq., and Jessica
Grossarth, Esq., at Pullman & Comley, LLC.  Blum, Shapiro & Co.,
P.C. serves as their accountant and financial advisor.

William K. Harrington, the United States Trustee for the District
of Connecticut, appointed Nancy Shaffer, M.A., a member of the
Connecticut Long Term Care Ombudsman's Office, as the Patient Care
Ombudsman for Spectrum Healthcare Derby, LLC, Spectrum Healthcare
Hartford, LLC, Spectrum Healthcare Manchester, LLC, and Spectrum
Healthcare Torrington, LLC.


SPI ENERGY: BNY Mellon Will Terminate Company's ADS Facility
------------------------------------------------------------
SPI Energy Co., Ltd., announced that The Bank of New York Mellon,
the depositary for the Company's American depositary shares
facility, issued a notice on March 17, 2017, to holders of the
Company's ADSs stating that it would terminate the Company's ADS
facility on June 19, 2017.

The Company is in the process of selecting a successor depositary
to administer the Company's ADS facility and will provide an update
to investors on or before June 19, 2017.

                  About SPI Energy Co., Ltd.

SPI Energy Co., Ltd. is a global provider of photovoltaic (PV)
solutions for business, residential, government and utility
customers and investors.  SPI Energy focuses on the downstream PV
market including the development, financing, installation,
operation and sale of utility-scale and residential solar power
projects in China, Japan, Europe and North America.  The Company
operates an innovative online energy e-commerce and investment
platform, www.solarbao.com, which enables individual and
institutional investors to purchase innovative PV-based investment
and other products; as well as www.solartao.com, a B2B e-commerce
platform offering a range of PV products for both upstream and
downstream suppliers and customers.  The Company has its operating
headquarters in Hong Kong and maintains global operations in Asia,
Europe, North America and Australia.

For additional information, please visit: www.spisolar.com,
www.solarbao.com or www.solartao.com.

SPI Energy reported a net loss of $185 million on $191 million of
net sales for the year ended Dec. 31, 2015, compared to a net loss
of $5.19 million on $91.6 million of net sales for the year ended
Dec. 31, 2014.  As of Dec. 31, 2015, SPI Energy had $710 million in
total assets, $493 million in total liabilities and $216.6 million
in total stockholders' equity.

KPMG Huazhen LLP, in Shanghai, China, issued a "going concern"
qualification on the consolidated financial statements for the year
ended Dec. 31, 2015, citing that SPI Energy Co., Ltd., and its
subsidiaries have suffered significant losses from operations and
have a negative working capital as of Dec. 31, 2015.  In addition,
the Group has substantial amounts of debts that will become due for
repayment in 2016.  The auditors said these factors raise
substantial doubt about the Group's ability to continue as a going
concern.


SPI ENERGY: Plan to Regain Compliance Accepted by Nasdaq
--------------------------------------------------------
SPI Energy Co., Ltd., announced that the Nasdaq Stock Market has
accepted the Company's plan to regain compliance with Nasdaq
Listing Rule 5250(c)(2) which will permit the continued listing of
the Company's American depositary shares on the Nasdaq Global
Select Market.

As previously reported on Jan. 13, 2017, the Company received a
letter from Nasdaq stating that the Company was not in compliance
with Nasdaq listing rules because the Company had not filed its
Form 6-K for the six-month period ended June 30, 2016.  In the
letter, Nasdaq requested that the Company submit a plan to regain
compliance with Nasdaq listing rules within 60 days.

On March 13, 2017, the Company submitted to Nasdaq a plan to regain
compliance with Nasdaq listing rules.  After reviewing the plan of
the Company to regain compliance, Nasdaq granted an exception to
enable the Company to regain compliance with the listing rules.
Under the terms of the exception, the Company must file its Form
6-K for the six-month period ended June 30, 2016, as required by
listing rules on or before May 15, 2017, to maintain its listing
status.  In the event that the Company does not satisfy the terms
set forth in the extension, Nasdaq will provide written
notification that the securities of the Company will be delisted.
At that time, the Company may appeal Nasdaq's determination for a
panel review.

                About SPI Energy Co., Ltd.

SPI Energy Co., Ltd. is a global provider of photovoltaic (PV)
solutions for business, residential, government and utility
customers and investors.  SPI Energy focuses on the downstream PV
market including the development, financing, installation,
operation and sale of utility-scale and residential solar power
projects in China, Japan, Europe and North America.  The Company
operates an innovative online energy e-commerce and investment
platform, www.solarbao.com, which enables individual and
institutional investors to purchase innovative PV-based investment
and other products; as well as www.solartao.com, a B2B e-commerce
platform offering a range of PV products for both upstream and
downstream suppliers and customers.  The Company has its operating
headquarters in Hong Kong and maintains global operations in Asia,
Europe, North America and Australia.

For additional information, please visit: www.spisolar.com,
www.solarbao.com or www.solartao.com.

SPI Energy reported a net loss of $185 million on $191 million of
net sales for the year ended Dec. 31, 2015, compared to a net loss
of $5.19 million on $91.6 million of net sales for the year ended
Dec. 31, 2014.  As of Dec. 31, 2015, SPI Energy had $710 million in
total assets, $493 million in total liabilities and $216.6 million
in total stockholders' equity.

KPMG Huazhen LLP, in Shanghai, China, issued a "going concern"
qualification on the consolidated financial statements for the year
ended Dec. 31, 2015, citing that SPI Energy Co., Ltd., and its
subsidiaries have suffered significant losses from operations and
have a negative working capital as of Dec. 31, 2015.  In addition,
the Group has substantial amounts of debts that will become due for
repayment in 2016.  The auditors said these factors raise
substantial doubt about the Group's ability to continue as a going
concern.


SSI LIQUIDATION: Hires Dixon Hughes Goodman as Accountant
---------------------------------------------------------
SSI Liquidation, INc., f/k/a Southern Season, Inc., seeks
authorization from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle
District of North Carolina to employ Dixon Hughes Goodman, LLP as
accountant.

The Debtor requires Dixon Hughes to provide services as it relates
to the Debtor's 401(k) plan audit and termination.

The Accountant has agreed to represent the Debtor for such
compensation as may be subsequently allowed and approved in
accordance with the provisions of the Bankruptcy Code and the fee
application guidelines of this Court.

The Debtor and Dixon Hughes anticipate that all of the firm's fees
can be paid from the assets of the 401(k) plan of the Debtor.

Dixon Hughes has a pre-petition non priority claim of $39,971.78,
which claim Dixon Hughes has agreed to waive.

Dixon Hughes may be reached at:

      John J. Stewart, Jr.
      Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP
      2501 Blue Ridge Road, Suite 500
      Raleigh, NC 27607
      Phone: 919.876.4546
      Fax: 919.876.8680

                      About Southern Season

Southern Season, Inc., was founded in 1975 and is a premier retail
destination for specialty food and gifts.  It currently operates
its flagship retail store located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina,
and its three "Taste of Southern Season" stores in Asheville,
Raleigh, North Carolina and Charleston, South Carolina.

Southern Season sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. M.D.N.C. Case No. 16-80558) on June 24,
2016.  The petition was signed by Clay Hammer, CEO.

On Aug. 8, 2016, John Fioretti of ABTV was appointed as the
Debtor's Chief Restructuring Officer.  The CRO has the full and
complete authority to manage the affairs of the Debtor.

The Debtor is represented by John Paul H. Cournoyer, Esq., at
Northen Blue, LLP, and Richard M. Hutson, II, Esq., at Hutson Law
Offices, P.A.  The case is assigned to Judge Benjamin A. Kahn.

At the time of the filing, the Debtor disclosed $9.82 million in
assets and $18.3 million in liabilities.

                          *     *     *

In August 2016, the Debtor sold its assets to Calvert Retail, a
Delaware company that owns eight kitchenwares stores.  Calvert was
the lone bidder at a bankruptcy sale with a $3.5 million bid.


STEPHCHRIS OF MISSOURI: Unsecureds to be Paid 64% Under Exit Plan
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Unsecured creditors of StephChris of Missouri, LLC, will be paid as
much as 64% of their claims, according to the company's proposed
plan to exit Chapter 11 protection.

The restructuring plan proposes to make quarterly payments to Class
4 general unsecured creditors.  These creditors, which assert
$570,000 in total claims, will begin receiving payments after
secured tax claims are paid and if there is available cash
remaining.  Payments will continue for 36 months from the effective
date of the plan.

StephChris believes it will have enough cash on hand to pay all
claims and expenses scheduled to be paid on the effective date of
the plan, according to the company's disclosure statement filed on
March 15 with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of
Missouri.

A copy of the disclosure statement is available for free at:

      http://bankrupt.com/misc/StephChrisofMissouri_DS031517.pdf

The court is set to hold a hearing on April 12 to consider approval
of the disclosure statement.  Objections are due by April 5.

              About StephChris of Missouri LLC

StephChris of Missouri, LLC, a retail Dairy Queen operator, filed a
Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. E.D. Mo. Case No. 16-45026) on July 15,
2016.  The petition was signed by Brian D. Brown, managing member.
The case is assigned to Judge Kathy A. Surratt-States. The Debtor
estimated total assets and total debts at more than $1 million at
the time of the filing.


SUNGEVITY INC: Hires Morrison & Foerster as Attorneys
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Sungevity, Inc., and its debtor-affiliates seek permission from the
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware to employ
Morrison & Foerster, LLP as attorneys for the Debtors and
Debtors-in-Possession, nunc pro tunc to March 13, 2017.

The Debtors require Morrison & Foerster to:

      a. advise the Debtors with respect to their powers and duties
as debtors-in- possession in the continued management and operation
of their business and property;

      b. attend meetings and negotiating with creditors and parties
in interest;

      c. advise and assist the Debtors in connection with any
potential property dispositions, including any sale of
substantially all of the Debtors' assets;

      d. advise the Debtors with respect to, and assist in the
negotiation and documentation of, financing agreements and related
transactions;

      e. take all necessary action to protect and preserve the
Debtors' estates, including prosecuting actions on the Debtors
behalf, defending any actions commenced against the Debtors, and
represent Debtors' interests in negotiations concerning all
significant litigation in which the Debtors are involved,
including, but not limited to, objections to claims filed against
the Debtors or their estates;

      f. prepare all motions, applications, answers, orders,
reports, and papers necessary to the administration of the Cases;

      g. act on behalf of the Debtors to obtain approval of
solicitation procedures, a disclosure statement, and confirmation
of a chapter 11 plan;

      h. appear before this Court, any appellate courts, and the
United States Trustee for the District of Delaware.

      i. perform other necessary legal services for the Debtors in
connection with the Cases, including (i) analyzing the Debtors'
leases and executory contracts and the assumption or assignment
thereof, (ii) analyzing the validity of liens against the Debtors,
and (iii) advising on corporate, litigation, and other legal
matters; and

      j. take necessary and appropriate steps to bring the Cases to
a conclusion.

Morrison & Foerster will be paid at these hourly rates:

     Partners                              $760-$1,340
     Of Counsel/Senior of counsel          $695-$1,260
     Attorneys and Associates              $435-$830
     Paraprofessionals                     $225-$730

During the prepetition period, the Debtors made advance payments to
Morrison & Foerster totaling $1,500,000.

Morrison & Foerster will also be reimbursed for reasonable
out-of-pocket expenses incurred.

Jonathan I. Levine, Esq., partner in the law firm of Morrison &
Foerster LLP, 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.

Morrison & Foerster may be reached at:

      Jonathan I. Levine, Esq.
      Morrison & Foerster LLP
      250 West 55th Street
      New York, NY 10019
      Phone: (212) 468-8012
      E-mail: jonlevine@mofo.com

                    About Sungevity

Sungevity, Inc, Sungevity SD, LLC, Sungevity Development, LLC,
Sungevity International Holdings, LLC and their subsidiaries and
affiliates -- http://www.sungevity.com/-- provide sales,
marketing, system design, installation, maintenance, financing
services, and post-installation services for solar energy systems
in the U.S., the U.K., and Europe.  Sungevity is a privately-held
technology company that, until relatively recently, was
successfully pursuing growth strategies.

Sungevity Inc. and three of its affiliates filed for Chapter 11
bankruptcy protection (Bankr. D. Del., Case No. 17-10561) on
March 13, 2017.  The petitions were signed by Andrew Birch,
chief executive officer.  The Debtors estimated $100 million to
$500 million in both assets and debts.  Hon. Laurie Selber
Silverstein presides over the case.  

The Debtors have tapped Morrison & Foerster LLP as general counsel;
Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor LLP as local counsel; AlixPartners
LLC as financial advisor; Ducera Securities LLC as investment
banker; and Kurtzman Carson Consultants LLC as claims and noticing
agent.

Andrew Vara, acting U.S. trustee for Region 3, on March 22, 2017,
appointed five creditors to serve on the official committee of
unsecured creditors in the Chapter 11 cases of Sungevity, Inc. and
its affiliates.


SUNGEVITY INC: Hires Young Conaway as Co-counsel
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Sungevity, Inc., and its debtor-affiliates seek permission from the
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware to employ Young
Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP  as co-counsel for the Debtors,
effective as of March 13, 2017.

The Debtors require Young Conaway to:

     a. provide legal advice with respect to the Debtors' powers
and duties as debtors in possession in the continued operation of
their business, management of their properties, and the potential
sale of their assets;

     b. preparing and pursue confirmation of a plan and approval of
a disclosure statement;

     c. prepare, on behalf of the Debtors, necessary applications,
motions, answers, orders, reports, and other legal papers;

     d. appear in Court and protecting the interests of the Debtors
before the Court; and

     e. perform all other services assigned by the Debtors, in
consultation with Morrison & Foerster LLP, to Young Conaway as
co-counsel to the Debtors, and to the extent the Firm determines
that such services fall outside of the scope of services
historically or generally performed by Young Conaway as co-counsel
in a bankruptcy proceeding, Young Conaway will file a supplemental
declaration pursuant to Bankruptcy Rule 2014.

Young Conaway lawyers and professional who will work on the
Debtors' cases and their hourly rates are:

     M. Blake Cleary, Esq.                 $790
     Jaime Luton Chapman, Esq.             $540
     Kenneth A. Listwak, Esq.              $300
     Beth A. Olivere (paralegal)           $240

Young Conaway received a retainer in the amount of $50,000 on
January 25, 2017, in connection with the planning and preparation
of initial documents and its proposed postpetition representation
of the Debtors.  On January 26, 2017, Young Conaway received
$6,868.00 as advanced payment for chapter 11 filing fees.

Additionally, Young Conaway received on March 6, 2017, $21,646.80
and, on March 10, 2017, $16,909.60 to replenish the Retainer.

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

M. Blake Cleary, Esq., partner in the firm of Young Conaway
Stargatt & Taylor, LLP, 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.

By separate application, the Debtors are asking the Court to
approve the retentions of (i) Morrison & Foerster as co-counsel;
(ii) Ducera Securities LLC as investment banker; (iii) AlixPartners
LLP as financial advisor; and (iv) Kurtzman Carson Consultants LLC
as claims and noticing agent and as administrative agent.

Young Conaway may be reached at:

      M. Blake Cleary, Esq.
      Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP
      Rodney Square, 1000 North King Street
      Wilmington, DE 19801
      Tel: +1 302 571 6600
      Fax: +1 302 571 1253

                    About Sungevity

Sungevity, Inc, Sungevity SD, LLC, Sungevity Development, LLC,
Sungevity International Holdings, LLC and their subsidiaries and
affiliates -- http://www.sungevity.com/-- provide sales,
marketing, system design, installation, maintenance, financing
services, and post-installation services for solar energy systems
in the U.S., the U.K., and Europe.  Sungevity is a privately-held
technology company that, until relatively recently, was
successfully pursuing growth strategies.

Sungevity Inc. and three of its affiliates filed for Chapter 11
bankruptcy protection (Bankr. D. Del., Case No. 17-10561) on
March 13, 2017.  The petitions were signed by Andrew Birch,
chief executive officer.  The Debtors estimated $100 million to
$500 million in both assets and debts.  Hon. Laurie Selber
Silverstein presides over the case.  

The Debtors have tapped Morrison & Foerster LLP as general counsel;
Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor LLP as local counsel; AlixPartners
LLC as financial advisor; Ducera Securities LLC as investment
banker; and Kurtzman Carson Consultants LLC as claims and noticing
agent.

Andrew Vara, acting U.S. trustee for Region 3, on March 22, 2017,
appointed five creditors to serve on the official committee of
unsecured creditors in the Chapter 11 cases of Sungevity, Inc. and
its affiliates.


TAYLOR MANAGEMENT: DOJ Watchdog Seeks Trustee, Ch. 7 Conversion
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William K. Harrington, the United States Trustee for Region 2,
asked the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New
York to enter an order directing the appointment of a Chapter 11
trustee for Taylor Management Enterprises, Inc., on April 13, 2017,
or, in the alternative, converting the Chapter 11 case to one under
Chapter 7.

The U.S. Trustee also asks the Court to order the filing of
responsive papers to be personally served before the U.S. Trustee
through Susan D. Golden, no later than three days prior to the
return date set.

According to the U.S. Trustee, the indictment of Solny, the
Debtor's president and sole employee, as well as the facts
surrounding his suspension from the practice of law and the
inadequacy of the operating reports filed, suggest an individual
with questionable integrity and veracity. Thus, Solny cannot
undertake the required investigation to determine if the Debtor's
Property is part of a fraud scheme, the U.S. Trustee asserts.

Moreover, Solny has been indicted in a fraud scheme involving real
estate, the facts surrounding Solny's prior suspension from the
practice of law and the failure of the Debtor to file appropriate
operating reports containing bank statements, constitutes cause for
the conversion of each of the Debtor's case to Chapter 7, the U.S.
Trustee further asserts.

Taylor Management filed a voluntary Chapter 11 petition (Bankr.
S.D.N.Y. Case No. 12-14097) on September 29, 2012, and is
represented by Dennis Houdek, Esq.


TEAM EXPRESS: Proposes April 25 Plan Confirmation Hearing
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Team Express Distributing, LLC on March 16 filed with the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Texas the company's
latest disclosure statement, which explains its proposed Chapter 11
plan of liquidation.

The latest plan contains additional provisions governing the
formation of a liquidation trust committee, and litigation
oversight committee.

According to the filing, a three-member liquidation trust committee
will be formed on the effective date of the plan.  The members will
serve without compensation but will be entitled to reimbursement
from the liquidation trust of their expenses.

Meanwhile, Team Express will form a litigation oversight committee
to be comprised of (i) senior counsel of Easton Baseball/Softball
Inc.; (ii) Mark Marney, who will serve as the representative of
holders of equity interests in the company; and (iii) Eric Taube,
Esq., a partner at Waller, Lansden Dortch & Davis LLP, who will
serve as a neutral representative.

The litigation oversight committee will have the exclusive
authority to prosecute or settle the lawsuit filed by Team Express
against Microsoft Corp. and Junction Solutions, Inc.  Both tech
companies convinced Team Express to change its Enterprise Resource
Planning system by purchasing and installing Microsoft Dynamics
software.

The lawsuit seeks to recover the millions of dollars of damage
caused by the software and implementation failure.

The latest liquidation plan also contains details on how the net
proceeds from the lawsuit will be divided and distributed, and how
the lawsuit will be administered so it would result in a favorable
recovery that is beneficial to holders of claims and equity
interests, according to the latest disclosure statement.

A copy of the second amended disclosure statement filed on March 16
is available for free at

Creditors have until April 14 to file their objections and cast
their votes accepting or rejecting the plan.   Team Express
proposes an April 25 hearing on confirmation of the liquidating
plan.  

                 About Team Express Distributing

Team Express Distributing, LLC, doing business as Baseball Express,
LLC, is a San Antonio-based, multi-channel retailer that sells a
wide range of sporting goods, primarily focusing on team sports
like football, baseball, basketball, soccer, and others,
manufactured by adidas, Easton Sports, Louisville Slugger, Nike,
Inc., Oakley, Russell Athletic, Schutt Sports, Spalding, Under
Armour, and Wilson Sporting Goods, among many others.  Team Express
operates from three locations in San Antonio, Texas, and employs
approximately 200 employees.

On Dec. 16, 2015, Team Express Distributing, LLC, filed a voluntary
petition for relief under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr.
W.D. Tex. Case No. 15-53044). The petition was signed by Mark S.
Marney, chief executive.   

The Debtor estimated $10 million to $50 million in assets and
debts.

On January 8, 2016, an official committee of unsecured creditors
was appointed.  No trustee or examiner has been appointed in the
case.

The Debtor tapped Marcus A. Helt, Esq., at Gardere Wynne Sewell
LLP, as counsel.  Treadstone Capital Advisors, LLC, is the
financial advisor and investment banker.


TRANS-LUX CORP: Reports Improved Results and Positive EBIDTA
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Trans-Lux Corporation reported improved financial results for both
the fourth quarter and the year ended Dec. 31, 2016.  Trans-Lux
President, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Accounting Officer
J.M. Allain made the announcement while also stating that both the
fourth quarter and the year had positive EBITDA.

Revenues for 2016 totaled $21.2 million, down 10.1% from $23.6
million for 2015.  Loss for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016, was
$611,000 (loss of $0.47 per share), compared with a loss of $1.7
million (loss of $1.06 per share) in 2015.  The Company had EBITDA
of $1.5 million for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016, compared with
EBITDA of $1.0 million for 2015.  Despite the lower revenues, both
gross profit and gross margin were higher in 2016.  Lower selling,
general and administrative expenses also contributed to the
improved operating results and increased EBITDA.  The Company's
audited consolidated financial statements for the fiscal year ended
Dec. 31, 2016, will be included in the Company's Annual Report on
Form 10-K, which will be filed with the Securities and Exchange
Commission later this week.

Revenues for the fourth quarter of 2016 totaled $5.7 million,
compared with $5.0 million for the fourth quarter of 2015.
Trans-Lux recorded income for the fourth quarter of 2016 of
$284,000 ($0.14 per share), compared to a loss of $659,000 (loss of
$0.41 per share) in the fourth quarter of 2015.  The Company had
EBITDA of $892,000 for the quarter ended Dec. 31, 2016, compared
with EBITDA of $22,000 for the same period in 2015.  As with the
full year, improved gross margins and lower selling, general and
administrative expenses were the primary reasons for the improved
operating results and increased EBIDTA in the fourth quarter.

For more information, email info@trans-lux.com or visit
www.trans-lux.com.

                   About Trans-Lux Corporation

Norwalk, Conn.-based Trans-Lux Corporation (NYSE Amex: TLX) is a
designer and manufacturer of digital signage display solutions for
the financial, sports and entertainment, gaming and leasing
markets.

Trans-Lux Corporation reported a net loss of $1.74 million on
$23.56 million of total revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2015,
compared to a net loss of $4.62 million on $24.35 million of total
revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2014.

As of Sept. 30, 2016, Trans-Lux Corp had $13.66 million in total
assets, $14.65 million in total liabilities and a total
stockholders' deficit of $997,000.

Marcum LLP, in Hartford, CT, issued a "going concern" qualification
on the consolidated financial statements for the year ended Dec.
31, 2015, noting that the Company has suffered recurring losses
from operations and has a significant working capital deficiency
that raise substantial doubt about its ability to continue as a
going concern.  Further, the Company is in default of the indenture
agreements governing its outstanding 9 1/2% subordinated debentures
which were due in 2012 and its 8 1/4% limited convertible senior
subordinated notes which were due in 2012 so that the trustees or
holders of 25% of the outstanding Debentures and Notes have the
right to demand payment immediately.  Additionally, the Company has
a significant amount due to their pension plan over the next 12
months.


TSAWD HOLDINGS: Liquidity Buying Circuit City Claims for $55K
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TSAWD Holdings, Inc., and its affiliates, ask the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the District of Delaware to authorize the sale of their
claims in In re Circuit City Stores, Inc. ("Circuit City Claims"),
Bankruptcy Case No. 08-35653-KRH (Bankr. E.D. Va.)("Circuit City
Bankruptcy Case"), to Liquidity Solutions, Inc., or its designee or
permitted assignee, for $54,699.

A hearing on the Motion is set for April 25, 2017 at 10:30 a.m.
(ET).  The objection deadline is April 5, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. (ET).

The Circuit City Claims consist of all of the Debtors' right,
title, and interest in two allowed general unsecured claims (Claim
No. 6586 and Claim No. 12561) held by the Debtors in the Circuit
City Bankruptcy Case, which is pending in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
for the Eastern District of Virginia.  To date, the Debtors have
received aggregate interim distributions totaling exactly 45% of
the aggregated allowed amount of the Circuit City Claims ("Interim
Distributions").  To date, holders of other allowed general
unsecured claims in the Circuit City Bankruptcy Case also recovered
45% of the aggregate amount of their respective claims.  The
trustee for the Circuit City Liquidating Trust has stated in recent
bankruptcy court hearings that additional distributions on account
of unsecured claims in the Circuit City Bankruptcy Case will be
made.  However, there is no certainty at this time as to whether
additional distributions will actually be made and, if so, when
such distributions will be made and what percentage of the
remaining allowed amount of the Circuit City Claims will be
distributed.

The Debtors engaged Hilco IP Services, LLC, doing business as Hilco
Streambank to market and facilitate the sale of the Circuit City
Claims.  Hilco Streambank generated a targeted list of 28 Potential
Buyers and engaged in correspondence, meetings, and/or telephone
conversations with all Potential Bidders, and ultimately nine of
them were given access to a virtual data room containing
information concerning the Circuit City Claims.

Hilco Streambank notified the Potential Bidders that any offers for
the acquisition of the Circuit City Claims were required to be
submitted in writing on Feb. 9, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. (ET) ("Initial
Bid Deadline").  Hilco Streambank also advised them that in the
event that one or more bidders with bids within 10% of the
then-highest bid were received by the Debtors, a second and final
round of bidding would be conducted among the then-highest bidder
and the bidder or bidders within 10% of the then-highest bid.

As of the Initial Bid Deadline, the Debtors received a total of
seven Qualified Bids from certain Potential Bidders for the
acquisition of the Circuit City Claims, and three such Qualified
Bids were within 10% of the then-highest bid of $50,054 ("Top
Bids").  The Potential Bidders who submitted the Top Bids were
invited to participate in the second and final round of bidding,
and submit their second and final bids in writing on Feb. 13, 2017
at 5:00 p.m. (ET) ("Final Bid Deadline").

As of the Final Bid Deadline, the Debtors received the highest and
best Qualified Bid for the acquisition of the Circuit City Claims
from the Purchaser in the amount of $54,699.  The Debtors believe
that the Successful Bid represents a fair and reasonable offer for
the Circuit City Claims, and a sale of the Circuit City Claims to
the Successful Bidder will provide the Debtors with maximum value
for the Circuit City Claims, for the benefit of the Debtors'
estates and creditors.  The Debtors and their advisors do not
believe that any further marketing of the Circuit City Claims would
generate additional value for the Debtors' estates in excess of the
Successful Bid.

Pursuant to the terms and conditions of the Purchase Agreement, the
Debtors propose to sell the Circuit City Claims on an "as is, where
is basis" free and clear of all liens, claims, encumbrances and
other interests.  The Debtors and the Purchaser negotiated the
terms of the Sale and the Purchase Agreement at arms'-length and in
good faith.

The material terms and conditions of the Purchase Agreement are:

          a. Purchase Price: $54,699; provided, however, that in
the event that the Debtors receive any distributions or payments on
account of the Circuit City Claims other than the Interim
Distributions, the Debtors will retain such additional
distributions and the Purchase Price will be reduced by the amount
of the additional distributions on a dollar-for-dollar basis.

          b. Closing and Closing Date: The Closing will occur on
the third business day following the Effective Date.

          c. Relief from Bankruptcy Rule 6004(h): The Proposed
Order provides that the provisions of Bankruptcy Rule 6004(h) will
be waived.

          d. Sale Free and Clear: The Proposed Order provides that
the Circuit City Claims will be transferred to the Purchaser free
and clear of all liens, claims, encumbrances, and interests of any
kind or nature to the fullest extent permitted by section 363 of
the Bankruptcy Code.

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

         http://bankrupt.com/misc/TSAWD_Holdings_3501_Sales.pdf

The Debtors believe that the approval of the Sale of the Circuit
City Claims to the Purchaser pursuant to the terms and conditions
in the
Purchase Agreement is appropriate and in the best interest of the
Debtors, their estates, and creditors.  Accordingly, the Debtors
ask the Court to approve the relief sought.

Promptly closing the Sale is of critical importance to the
Purchaser and to the Debtors in their efforts to maximize and
monetize the value of the Circuit City Claims.  Accordingly, the
Debtors ask that the Court waives the 14-day stay period under
Bankruptcy Rule 6004(h).

The Purchaser can be reached at:

          LIQUIDITY SOLUTIONS, INC.
          One University Plaza, Suite 312
          Hackensack, NJ 07601
          Attn: Michael Handler
          E-mail: mhandler@liquiditysolutions.com

                 About TSAWD Holdings Inc.

TSAWD Holdings Inc., formerly known as Sports Authority Holdings,
and its affiliates are sporting goods retailers with roots dating
back to 1928.  The Debtors currently operate 464 stores and five
distribution centers across 40 U.S. states and Puerto Rico.  The
Debtors offer a broad selection of goods from a wide array of
household and specialty brands, including Adidas, Asics, Brooks,
Columbia, FitBit, Hanesbrands, Icon Health and Fitness, Nike, The
North Face, and Under Armour, in addition to their own private
label brands.  The Debtors employ 13,000 people.

TSAWD and six of its affiliates filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy
petitions (Bankr. D. Del. Case Nos. 16-10527 to 16-10533) on March
2, 2016.  The petitions were signed by Michael E. Foss as chairman
& chief executive officer.

The Debtors have engaged Robert A. Klyman, Esq., Matthew J.
Williams, Esq., Jeremy L. Graves, Esq., and Sabina Jacobs, Esq.,
at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP as general counsel; Michael R.
Nestor, Esq., Kenneth J. Enos, Esq., and Andrew L. Magaziner,
Esq.,
at Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP as co-counsel; Rothschild
Inc. as investment banker; FTI Consulting, Inc., as financial
advisor; and Kurtzman Carson Consultants LLC as notice, claims,
solicitation, balloting and tabulation agent.

Andrew Vara, Acting U.S. trustee for Region 3, appointed seven
creditors of Sports Authority Holdings Inc. to serve on the
official committee of unsecured creditors.  Lawyers at Pachulski
Stang Ziehl & Jones LLP represent the Official Committee of
Unsecured Creditors.

                      *     *     *

In May 2016, the Delaware Court allowed Sports Authority to
Proceed with the liquidation of all of its roughly 450 stores
across the country after the Debtors resolved or beat out about
100
objections to the sale.  Judge Mary F. Walrath approved an
agreement for a joint venture of Gordon Brothers Retail Partners
LLC, Hilco Merchant Resources LLC and Tiger Capital Group LLC to
conduct going out of business sales.  The Joint Venture won an
auction for the Debtors' inventory.  The Debtors failed to obtain
a
winning going-concern bid at a May 17, 2016 auction.

In July 2016, Judge Walrath approved the sale of the Debtors'
intellectual property and more than two dozens of property leases
to Dick's Sporting Goods Inc.  A Wall Street Journal report,
citing anonymous sources, said Dick's bid was for $15 million.


TUBRO CONSTRUCTION: U.S. Trustee Unable to Appoint Committee
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The Office of the U.S. Trustee on March 21 disclosed in a court
filing that no official committee of unsecured creditors has been
appointed in the Chapter 11 case of Tubro Construction Inc.

                  About Tubro Construction Inc.

Tubro Construction Inc. filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. W.D.
Wash. Case No. 17-10390), on Jan. 30, 2017.  The petition was
signed by Richard Tietjen, president.  The case is assigned to
Judge Marc Barreca.  At the time of filing, the Debtor estimated
assets of less than $500,000 and liabilities of $1 million to
$10 million.


TURNING LEAF: Seeks to Hire Douglass Harmon as Accountant
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Turning Leaf Homes IV, LLC seeks approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the District of Oregon to hire an accountant.

The Debtor proposes to hire Douglass Harmon, CPA, LLC to prepare
its 2015 monthly report and file its tax returns.

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

     R. Nikki Douglass-Harmon     $206
     Kalie Douglas                $115
     Michelle Corcoran             $80

R. Nikki Harmon, a certified public accountant, disclosed in a
court filing that the firm does not hold any interest adverse to
the Debtor's bankruptcy estate or creditors.

The firm can be reached through:

     Douglass-Harmon CPA, LLC
     113 Northwest Third Avenue
     Canby, OR 97013
     Phone: (503)266-2272
     Fax: (503)263-6024
     Email: douglasscpa@canby.com

                   About Turning Leaf Homes IV

Turning Leaf Homes IV, LLC, based in Portland, Ore., filed a
Chapter 11 petition (Bankr. D. Ore. Case No. 17-30353) on Feb. 6,
2017.  The Hon. Trish M Brown presides over the case.  Theodore J.

Piteo, Esq., at Michael D. O'Brien & Associates, P.C., serves as
bankruptcy counsel.

In its petition, the Debtor estimated $1 million to $10 million in
both assets and liabilities.  The petition was signed by Tracey
Baron, manager.


ULTRAPETROL BAHAMAS: Has Final Authorization to Use Cash Collateral
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Judge Robert D. Drain of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern
District of New York authorized Ultrapetrol (Bahamas) Limited and
certain of its debtor-subsidiaries on a final basis through April
15, 2017.

The Debtors are authorized to utilize cash collateral to pay the
expenses of the operation of its business as provided in the Budget
to implement their Restructuring and the Plan.  The approved
13-week cash collateral Budget for the period of Feb. 3, 2017
through April 28, 2017, provides total operating cash disbursement
in the aggregate sum of $33,581,495 and total non-operating cash
disbursements of approximately $22,161,803.

The Debtors acknowledged that, as of the Petition Date, they were
indebted to Manufacturers and Traders Trust Company, as Indenture
Trustee, in the aggregate, principal amount of not less than of
$225 million under the Indenture, secured by the following valid,
binding, enforceable and perfected first priority security
interests:

   (a) first preferred ship mortgages on 363 vessels, consisting of
345 barges, 17 pushboats, and one transfer station owned by certain
Ultrapetrol subsidiaries;

   (b) pledges of the shares of certain Ultrapetrol subsidiaries
that own vessels;

   (c) certain assignment of earnings and an assignment of
insurances by Ultrapetrol Entities that pledged vessels as security
for the 2021 Notes in favor of the Indenture Trustee.

The Debtors also acknowledged that, as of the Petition Date, they
were indebted to International Finance Corporation in the
aggregate, principal amount plus due and unpaid interest of not
less than $48,835,482, and to OPEC Fund for International
Development in the aggregate, principal amount plus due and unpaid
interest of not less than $16,252,988.

The IFC/OFID Loans Prepetition Obligations are secured by following
valid, binding, enforceable and perfected first priority security
interests on:

   (a) The UABL II Loans are secured by first preferred ship
mortgages in 160 barges and 5 pushboats;

   (b) The UABL III Loans are secured by second lien ship mortgages
junior to the UABL II mortgages in the vessels pledged to UABL II;
and

   (c) IFC-OFID Loans are secured by pledges of shares of certain
Ultrapetrol vessel-owning subsidiaries, certain Bareboat Charter
Assignments, Insurance Assignments, a Debt Service Reserve Account
Pledge, and pledges of certain shareholder loan agreements.

The IFC, OFID, and the Supporting Noteholders have consented to the
use of Cash
Collateral and agreed to the adequate protection arrangements
contemplated by the Order.

The Prepetition Secured Parties are granted replacement security
interests and liens, subject to the Carve-Out, in the amount of its
adequate protection obligations, in and upon all of the 2021 Note
Obligors' and IFC/OFID Loans Obligors' now owned and after acquired
cash, and cash collateral of the 2021 Note and IFC/OFID Loans
Obligors, any investment of such cash and cash collateral.

As further adequate protection of their respective interests in the
Prepetition Collateral, the Prepetition Secured Parties are each
granted allowed superpriority administrative expenses claims in the
Chapter 11 Cases and any Successor Cases in the amount of their
respective adequate protection obligations.

The Carve Out consists of:

      (a) statutory fees payable to the Office of the U.S. Trustee
plus interest at the statutory rate;

      (b) fees payable to the clerk of the Bankruptcy Court and any
agent thereof;

      (c) reasonable fees and expenses of a trustee incurred after
the conversion of the chapter 11 cases to a case under chapter 7 of
the Bankruptcy Code, in any amount not to exceed $100,000;

      (d) reasonable and documented expenses payable to members of
any statutory committee appointed in the chapter 11 cases;

      (e) professional fees and expenses incurred during the
pendency of the chapter 11 cases by professionals retained by the
Debtors and any statutory committee;

      (f) professional fees and expenses incurred after the
conversion of the chapter 11 cases to a case under chapter 7 of the
Bankruptcy Code, by professionals retained by the Debtors and any
statutory committee, in an aggregate amount not in excess of
$5,000,000.

A full-text copy of the Final Order, dated March 8, 2017, is
available at http://tinyurl.com/lalwpgz

                        About Ultrapetrol

Ultrapetrol -- http://www.ultrapetrol.net/-- is an industrial
transportation company serving the marine transportation needs of
its clients in the markets on which it focuses.  It serves the
shipping markets for containers, grain and soy bean products,
forest products, minerals, crude oil, petroleum, and refined
petroleum products, as well as the offshore oil platform supply
market with its extensive and diverse fleet of vessels.  These
include river barges and pushboats, platform supply vessels,
tankers and two container feeder vessels.  The Company employs
approximately 813 personnel located principally in Argentina (462)
and Paraguay (351).

Ultrapetrol (Bahamas) Limited and 30 affiliated subsidiaries each
filed a voluntary petition under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code
(Bankr. S.D.N.Y. Lead Case No. 17-22168) Feb. 6, 2017, in order to
implement an agreement reached with their lenders and bondholders
on the terms of a comprehensive debt restructuring.  The Chapter 11
cases are pending before the Hon. Robert D. Drain.

Contemporaneously with the petitions, the Debtors filed with the
court their Second Amended Joint Prepackaged Plan of Reorganization
dated Feb. 6, 2017.  The Company and its subsidiaries negotiated
and received affirmative votes from all voting lenders and from
99.9% of the Company's note claims voting to accept the Prepackaged
Plan.

The Debtors have hired Zirinsky Law Partners PLLC as lead
attorneys, Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP as legal counsel, Seward &
Kissel LLP as special corporate counsel, Miller Buckfire & Co. LLC
as financial advisor, Pistrelli, Henry Martin Y Asociados S.R.L. as
independent auditor, Ernst & Young Paraguay as the Debtors'
Paraguayan subsidiaries' independent auditor, AlixPartners
International, LLC as financial advisor and Prime Clerk LLC as
claims, noticing and solicitation agent.


W&T OFFSHORE: Annual Report Now Available on Website
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On or about March 24, 2017, W&T Offshore, Inc. plans to post its
Annual Report to Shareholders for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016, on
its website at www.wtoffshore.com.

On March 2, 2017, W&T Offshore filed with the Securities and
Exchange Commission its annual report on Form 10-K disclosing a net
loss of $249.02 million on $399.98 million of revenues for the year
ended Dec. 31, 2016, compared to a net loss of $1.04 billion on
$507.26 million of revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2015.

As of Dec. 31, 2016, W&T Offshore had $829.72 million in total
assets, $1.48 billion in total liabilities and a total
shareholders' deficit of $659.03 million.

                      About W&T Offshore

Based in Houston, Texas, W&T Offshore, Inc., is an independent oil
and natural gas producer, active in the exploration, development
and acquisition of oil and natural gas properties in the Gulf of
Mexico.  In October 2015, the Company disposed of substantially all
of its onshore oil and natural gas interests with the sale of its
Yellow Rose field in the Permian Basin.  The Company retained an
overriding royalty interest in the Yellow Rose field production.
W&T Offshore, Inc. is a Texas corporation originally organized as a
Nevada corporation in 1988, and successor by merger to W&T Oil
Properties, Inc., a Louisiana corporation organized in 1983.  The
Company's interest in fields, leases, structures and equipment are
primarily owned by the parent company, W&T Offshore, Inc. and its
wholly-owned subsidiary, W & T Energy VI, LLC, a Delaware limited
liability company.    

                        *    *     *

As reported by the TCR on Sept. 23, 2016, S&P Global Ratings raised
the corporate credit rating on Houston-based oil and gas
exploration and production company W&T Offshore Inc. to 'CCC' from
'SD'.  At the same time, S&P raised the issue-level rating on the
company's 8.5% senior unsecured notes due 2019 to 'CC' from 'D'.


WALLACE RUSH: Case Summary & 3 Unsecured Creditors
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Debtor: Wallace, Rush, Schmidt, Inc.
           dba Wallace Resource Systems of Leachville, LLC
           dba Wallace Staffing and Labor, LLC
        116 Acadian Lane
        Mandeville, LA 70471

Case No.: 17-10698

Business Description: WRS Inc. --
                      https://www.wallacerushschmidt.com  -- is a
                      personnel resource company specializing in
                      Natural Disaster Clean up/Recovery and Man-
                      Made disasters which combined with its many
                      years of experience in disaster clean up and
                      restoration, supervision and administration
                      has enabled WRS Inc. to build a rapidly
                      expanding customer base.  The Company
                      specializes in job management and labor
                      services for disaster restoration companies.
                      It serves its clients nationwide 24/7.

Chapter 11 Petition Date: March 24, 2017

Court: United States Bankruptcy Court
       Eastern District of Louisiana (New Orleans)

Judge: Hon. Jerry A. Brown

Debtor's Counsel: Phillip K. Wallace, Esq.
                  PHILLIP K. WALLACE, PLC
                  4040 Florida Street, Suite 203
                  Mandeville, LA 70448
                  Tel: (985) 624-2824
                  Fax: (985) 624-2823
                  E-mail: PhilKWall@aol.com

Estimated Assets: $1 million to $10 million

Estimated Liabilities: $1 million to $10 million

The petition was signed by Eddie Schmidt, vice president.

A copy of the Debtor's list of three unsecured creditors is
available for free at http://bankrupt.com/misc/laeb17-10698.pdf


WASHINGTON MUTUAL: Trust Issues Statement on Escrow CUSIPS
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The WMI Liquidating Trust, formed pursuant to the confirmed Seventh
Amended Joint Plan of Affiliated Debtors under Chapter 11 of the
United States Bankruptcy Code (as modified, the "Plan") of
Washington Mutual, Inc. ("WMI"), on March 16, 2017, issued a
statement regarding certain Escrow CUSIPs issued to eligible former
shareholders of WMI.  Eligible former shareholders are those who
timely submitted relevant documentation, including the release
required under Section 41.6 of the Plan.

The Trust has received inquiries regarding the status of "Escrow
CUSIPs" issued on the Effective Date in accordance with the Plan.
As has been stated in the past, such Escrow CUSIPs were issued
solely to facilitate potential future distributions, if any, to
eligible former shareholders of WMI if Claims involving Disputed
Equity Interests are disallowed.

By way of background, as of the Effective Date of the Plan, the
Depository Trust Company ("DTC") established and maintains
positions in the aforementioned Escrow CUSIPs.  These Escrow CUSIPs
represent nominees' positions that would be used to make future
distributions, if any, of common stock issued by WMIH Corp.
(formerly known as WMI Holdings Corp. ("WMIHC")).  Pursuant to the
Plan, such shares of WMIHC's common stock were deposited in the
Disputed Equity Escrow established in accordance with the Plan and
are to be maintained in the Disputed Equity Escrow until such time
as Claims involving Disputed Equity Interests are either allowed or
disallowed.

Upon resolution of those Claims, the related portion of the shares
maintained in the Disputed Equity Escrow will be distributed to
claimants holding the newly allowed claim or, if the claim is
disallowed, the related portion of the shares will be redistributed
to beneficiaries of the Trust in accordance with the distribution
mechanics set forth in the Plan.  In the event any future
distributions of WMIHC common stock are made from the Disputed
Equity Reserve, DTC will be instructed to allocate such common
stock to each of the Escrow CUSIPs on a pro rata basis.

In June 2015, several Claims were disallowed and 1.4 million shares
were subsequently distributed to holders of Escrow CUSIPs on a pro
rata basis; however, a holder received such a distribution solely
to the extent such holder's ownership position resulted in a
distribution of at least one share.  Since that date, no additional
disallowances with respect to those relevant Claims have occurred.
On that basis, former positions represented by the Escrow CUSIPs
are not currently entitled to receive any distributions under the
terms of the Plan.

As stated above, the Escrow CUSIPS were established solely to
facilitate potential distributions, if any, of shares of WMIHC
common stock.  The only source of common stock available for any
such a distribution would be from the 1.5 million of shares
remaining on deposit in the Disputed Equity Escrow.  Specifically,
the Escrow CUSIPS do not, in and of themselves, represent an
entitlement to any possible future cash distributions from the
Trust, WMIHC or the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (either
in its corporate capacity or as the receiver for Washington Mutual
Bank), as the case may be.

In accordance with the Plan, the Trust will issue Liquidating Trust
Interests to WMI's former shareholders if, and only if, the Trust
is able to monetize Liquidating Trust Assets in amounts sufficient
to pay-in-full claims held by beneficiaries of the Trust who are
senior to members of Classes 19 and 22, and then, only if a
shareholder had satisfied timely all conditions applicable to
receiving any such Liquidating Trust Interests.  There can be no
assurances that the Trust will be able to monetize assets in a
manner sufficient to give effect to the foregoing.

The Trust regularly discloses the status of its operations
(including the status of pending litigations) and unaudited
financial information in a Form 10-K filed annually with the
Securities and Exchange Commission.  In addition, the Trust files a
Quarterly Summary Report with the Bankruptcy Court and under Form
8-K with the Securities Exchange Commission.

Capitalized terms used and not otherwise defined in this Press
Release have the meanings given to such terms in the Plan.  The
Plan and additional information about WMI Liquidating Trust can be
found at www.wmitrust.com.

                    About Washington Mutual

Based in Seattle, Washington, Washington Mutual Inc. --
http://www.wamu.com/-- was the holding company for Washington
Mutual Bank as well as numerous non-bank subsidiaries.

Washington Mutual Bank was taken over on Sept. 25, 2008, by U.S.
government regulators.  The next day, WaMu and its affiliate, WMI
Investment Corp., filed separate petitions for Chapter 11 relief
(Bankr. D. Del. 08-12229 and 08-12228, respectively).  WaMu owned
100% of the equity in WMI Investment.

When WaMu filed for protection from its creditors, it disclosed
assets of $32,896,605,516 and debts of $8,167,022,695.  WMI
Investment estimated assets of $500 million to $1 billion with zero
debts.

WaMu was represented in the Chapter 11 case by Brian Rosen, Esq.,
at Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP in New York City; Mark D. Collins,
Esq., at Richards, Layton & Finger P.A. in Wilmington, Del.; and  
Peter Calamari, Esq., and David Elsberg, Esq., at Quinn Emanuel
Urquhart Oliver & Hedges, LLP.  The Debtor tapped Valuation
Research Corporation as valuation service provider for certain
assets.

Fred S. Hodara, Esq., at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Fled LLP in New
York, and David B. Stratton, Esq., at Pepper Hamilton LLP in
Wilmington, Del., represented the Official Committee of Unsecured
Creditors. Stephen D. Susman, Esq., at Susman Godfrey LLP and
William P. Bowden, Esq., at Ashby & Geddes, P.A., represented the
Equity Committee.  The official committee of equity security
holders also tapped BDO USA as its tax advisor.  Stacey R.
Friedman, Esq., at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP and Adam G. Landis,
Esq., at Landis Rath & Cobb LLP in Wilmington, Del., represented
JPMorgan Chase, which acquired the WaMu bank unit's assets prior to
the Petition Date.

Records filed Jan. 24, 2012, say that Washington Mutual Inc.,
former owner of the biggest U.S. bank to fail, has spent $232.8
million on bankruptcy professionals since filing its Chapter 11
case in September 2008.

As reported in the Troubled Company Reporter on March 21, 2012, the
Debtors disclosed that their Seventh Amended Joint Plan of
Affiliated Debtors, as modified, and as confirmed by order, dated
Feb. 23, 2012, became effective, marking the successful completion
of the Chapter 11 restructuring process.


WEST SEATTLE LODGE: May Use Cash Collateral Until March 27
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The Hon. Timothy W. Dore of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Western District of Washington granted on March 6, 2017, West
Seattle Lodge, LLC, permission to use of cash collateral until
March 27, 2017.

The Court will hold on March 24, 2017, a hearing to consider West
Seattle Lodge, LLC's request for permission to continue using cash
collateral.

The Court found that the Debtor's estate has immediate and
continuing need for the use of the cash collateral to avoid
immediate and irreparable harm to its businesses and the
collateral.  CBC Partners I, LLC, will retain all of its
prepetition security interests in all prepetition collateral,
including, without limitation, the cash collateral.  The Debtor is
authorized and directed to provide adequate protection of CBC
Partner's interest in the cash collateral by granting replacement
liens in the same order and priority as existed prepetition.  

On March 22, 2017, the Debtor filed, along with its objection to
the U.S. Trustee's motion for court order directing the appointment
of a Chapter 11 Trustee, a proposed 60-day operating Budget for
April and May 2016 in further support of the motion to use cash
collateral.  A copy of the Budget is available at:

          http://bankrupt.com/misc/wawb17-10842-56.pdf

The Debtor's emergency motion to use cash collateral specifically
requested the provision to pay "employee wages", referencing the
Debtor's Dec. 31, 2016, Response to Appoint a Trustee in the main
Lodge case wherein the same issue was raised and the Debtor
responded that there was no unpaid prepetition payroll, and the
request to use cash collateral included a request to pay regular
payroll that became due postpetition.  Because of the same argument
that was made previously, this time the Debtor specifically
mentioned and requested that payroll that regularly became due
postpetition be included in its operating budget.

The Debtor's request to use cash collateral met objections from the
U.S. Trustee, the State of Washington, and Sheena R. Aebig, as
trustee in the related cases of Lodge Holdings Company, et al., but
was supported by CBC Partners.

On March 1, 2017, the U.S. Trustee asserted that it would "be
inappropriate to enter an order in the West Seattle case directing
the Chapter 11 Trustee of those estates to make adequate protection
payments not called for in pleadings and proposed budgets filed in
the Holdings and Subsidiary Debtors cases.  Accordingly, the United
States Trustee requests the Court delete the provisions in the
Proposed Order requiring the Chapter 11 Trustee of the Holdings and
Subsidiary Estates to make adequate protection payments to CBC on
behalf of West Seattle at least on this interim and emergency
basis."

Ms. Aebig on March 2, 2017, objected to the provision of adequate
protection payments in the Debtor's proposed order authorizing
interim use of cash collateral and adequate protection payments,
saying that although she has not been appointed trustee in this
case, there is a prospect that she may become the trustee either if
the Court orders appointment of a trustee and the U.S. Trustee
appoints her, or if this case is ultimately substantively
consolidated with the related cases pursuant to a pending motion to
substantively consolidate estates.  Additionally, one or more of
the estates in the related cases may, pending any substantive
consolidation, have claims against West Seattle based on diversion
of assets from one or more of the related restaurants to West
Seattle.

On March 2, CBC Partners objected to the appointment of a Chapter
11 trustee, and requested that the Court enter the proposed form of
interim cash collateral order attached to the West Seattle's cash
collateral motion, which includes adequate protection payments, and
allow the West Seattle to continue to operate as a
debtor-in-possession, at least until the March 24, 2017 hearing.

Alan Hallberg, Chief Credit Officer of CBC Partners, said in a
declaration dated March 2 that West Seattle granted CBC Partners a
first priority security interest in and to substantially all of its
assets.  West Seattle is presently indebted to CBC Partners under
the note and loan documents for the unpaid principal balance of
$825,000, plus accrued and unpaid interest, together with
attorney's fees, costs, and other expenses owing under the note.  A
substantive portion of the proceeds were advanced for West
Seattle's tenant improvement costs.  Mr. Hallberg told the Court
that CBC Partners doesn't believe that the appointment of a Chapter
11 Trustee is warranted or necessary and would be a detriment to
the estate and its creditors.

In response to CBC Partners, the U.S. Trustee said in a March 2
filing that as a preliminary issue, the IRS does not have any filed
liens against West Seattle, but given the ongoing concerns
regarding the comingling of funds between the Lodge Debtors and the
possibility that West Seattle has used cash from entities that the
IRS has filed Federal Tax Liens against, the IRS reserves its right
to object to West Seattle's use of cash collateral on an interim or
final basis in the future.  As set forth in the Declaration of
Dennis Thornton-Wiatt, West Seattle is likely not in compliance
with its federal tax obligations.  Specifically, West Seattle has
only made a single Federal Tax Deposit on Feb. 13, 2017.  West
Seattle has failed to file any federal payroll tax returns over the
course of its operations.  The U.S. Trustee complains that without
accurate information or federal tax deposits from the West Seattle,
or properly filed payroll tax returns, the IRS is unable to fully
assess the West Seattle's tax liabilities and federal tax deposit
obligations.

The State of Washington said in a filing on March 2 that the State
of Washington Taxing agencies have filed no tax liens against West
Seattle.  However, West Seattle has paid no tax to any State
Agency.  West Seattle has not filed nor paid Sale Tax or Excise Tax
for December 2106 or January 2107 which are both past due.  West
Seattle did file fourth quarter tax returns to the Department of
Labor and Industries, unfortunately they failed to pay the tax.  As
to the Department Of Employment Security, West Seattle has neither
filed nor paid taxes for fourth quarter 2016 which are currently
past due.  The sales tax never becomes part of the Debtor's estate
and cannot be used to pay cash collateral.  The State opposed the
Debtor's motion to disburse cash collateral until the Debtor has
filed and paid delinquent State taxes.

On March 17, 2017, CBC Partners filed a supplemental response
reiterating its support to West Seattle Debtor's continued use of
cash collateral to fund its business operations.  CBC Partners,
however, requested that the Court provide CBC Partners with
sufficient adequate protection of its interests by requiring the
West Seattle to make periodic cash payments to CBC Partners, and by
granting CBC senior replacement liens immune from a forced
carve-out in the event the Court directs the U.S. Trustee to
appoint a Chapter 11 trustee for the West Seattle.

On March 17, Ms. Aebig said in a continued limited objection that
in reviewing recent activity on March 17, 2017, the Trustee did not
see evidence of postpetition rent having been paid to West
Seattle's landlord, Equity Residential Management.  She stated, "As
previously noted, the Trustee understands from counsel to West
Seattle, that West Seattle has disputes with the landlord and
claims offsets against rent.  Nonetheless, it appears that West
Seattle does not currently have the ability to pay postpetition
rent, plus other operating expenses and adequate protection
payments of $9,600 per month.  West Seattle's bank account appears
to show a temporary balance (as of March 17), with items yet to be
cleared, in the range of approximately $10,000."
"The Trustee believes it is in the best interests of all creditors,
including CBC, that West Seattle's limited cash resources be used
for required postpetition expenses so that West Seattle or a
trustee, if appointed, may attempt to realize value from West
Seattle's assets, rather than risk having West Seattle shut down
due to sustained failure to pay postpetition rent or other
obligations, with a likely drastic loss of value.  While the
Trustee is sympathetic to CBC's desire to have regular payments,
the Trustee respectfully submits that there is no evidence of
substantial depreciation in CBC's collateral at this time, to
justify fixing of adequate protection payments in the amount of
nearly $9,600," Ms. Aebig added.

Ms. Aebig is represented by:

     Edwin K. Sato, Esq.
     BUCKNELL STEHLIK SATO & ORTH, LLP
     2003 Western Avenue, Suite 400
     Seattle, Washington 98121
     Tel: (206) 587-0144
     Fax: (206) 587-0277
     E-mail: esato@bsss-law.com



     Gregory R. Fox, Esq.
     James B. Zack, Esq.
     LANE POWELL PC
     1420 Fifth Avenue, Suite 4200
     P.O. Box 91302
     Seattle, WA 98111-9402
     Tel: (206) 223-7000
     Fax: (206) 223-7107
     E-mail: foxg@lanepowell.com
             zackj@lanepowell.com

                   About West Seattle Lodge

Headquartered in Seattle, Washington, West Seattle Lodge, LLC,
filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection (Bankr. W.D. D.C. Case
No. 17-10842) on Feb. 27, 2017, listing $54,891 in total assets and
$1.16 million in total liabilities.  The petition was signed by
Shawn Roten, manager.

Judge Timothy W. Dore presides over the case.

Larry B. Feinstein, Esq., at Vortman & Feinstein serves as the
Debtor's bankruptcy counsel.

On Nov. 21, 2016 Lodge Holdings, LLC, and these subsidiaries each
filed a petition for relief under Chapter 11: Mukilteo Lodge, LLC
(Bankr. W.D. D.C. Case No. 16-15849); Kirkland Lodge, LLC (Bankr.
W.D. D.C. Case No. 15-15850); Stadium Lodge, LLC (Bankr. W.D. D.C.
Case No. 16-15851); Downtown Lodge, LLC (Bankr. W.D. D.C. Case No.
16-15852); Mill Creek Lodge, LLC (Bankr. W.D. D.C. Case No.
16-15853); and Greenwood Lodge, LLC (Bankr. W.D. D.C. Case No.
16-15854).


WESTMORELAND COAL: Inks Ninth Amendment to PrivateBank Facility
---------------------------------------------------------------
Westmoreland Coal Company executed on March 13, 2017, a consent and
amendment to its existing revolving credit facility with The
PrivateBank and Trust Company, as agent and as a lender, and East
West Bank, as a lender.  The Ninth Amendment amended: (a) the
allocation schedule of cash interest payments under the terms
"Canadian Fixed Charges" and "US Fixed Charges," which definitions
are used in the calculation under the Revolver of the Company's
Canadian consolidated fixed charge coverage ratio, US consolidated
fixed charge coverage ratio, and combined consolidated Canadian and
US fixed charge coverage ratio, (b) the periods to be covered by
the Company's annual projections and (c) the fixed charge coverage
ratio requirements to provide for exceptions and modifications to
the calculation of that ratio upon the occurrence of certain
events.  The amendment also authorized the Company to grant a first
priority security interest in certain Canadian assets to a customer
to secure the Company's performance under its contract mining
arrangement with them.

                   About Westmoreland Coal

Colorado Springs, Colo.-based Westmoreland Coal Company (NYSE
AMEX: WLB) -- http://www.westmoreland.com/-- is the oldest        

independent coal company in the United States.  The Company's coal
operations include coal mining in the Powder River Basin in
Montana and lignite mining operations in Montana, North Dakota and
Texas.  Its power operations include ownership of the two-unit
ROVA coal-fired power plant in North Carolina.

Westmoreland reported a net loss applicable to common shareholders
of $203 million on $1.41 billion of revenues for the year ended
Dec. 31, 2015, compared to a net loss applicable to common
shareholders of $173 million on $1.11 billion of revenues for
the year ended Dec. 31, 2014.  As of Sept. 30, 2016, Westmoreland
Coal had $1.71 billion in total assets, $2.30 billion in total
liabilities and a total deficit of $581.2 million.

                          *     *     *

Moody's Investors Service at the end of February 2016 downgraded
the ratings of Westmoreland, including its corporate family rating
to 'Caa1' from 'B3'.

Standard & Poor's Ratings Services in March 2016 affirmed its 'B'
corporate credit rating on Westmoreland and revised the rating
outlook to "negative" from "stable".  "The negative outlook
reflects weaker-than-expected liquidity as a result of a
combination of exposure to a lower price environment and
difficult-to-secure favorable new volume commitments," said
Standard & Poor's credit analyst Vania Dimova.


WHICKER ASSET: Taps CFO Advisory's Cato as Chief Financial Officer
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Whicker Asset Management, LLC, et al., seek permission from the
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Texas to employ
Glenn Cato of CFO Advisory as chief financial officer and financial
advisor for the Debtors.

The Debtor requires Mr. Cato -- with the assistance of the firm --
to:

     a. assist the Debtors in implementing and managing a cash flow
budget and prepare related financial reporting to the Debtor's
management, DIP lender, and other stakeholders;

     b. assist the Debtors in evaluating the terms of a potential
equity or asset sale;

     c. assist the Debtors in all financial aspects of preparing
and proposing a plan of reorganization;

     d. assist the Debtors in claims analysis and forecasting; and

     e. assist the Debtors in all other matters concerning
financial analysis.

The Debtors will compensate CFO at $300.00 per hour, capped at
$15,000 per month.

On the Petition Date, CFO was owed $1,250.00 for pre-petition
services rendered. CFO received two separate payment in the total
amount of $14,125.00 for pre-petition services rendered.

Glenn P. Cato, partner in CFO Advisory Services, 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.

CFO may be reached at:

     Glenn Cato
     CFO Advisory Services
     1755 North Collins, Suite 510
     Richardson, TX 75080
     Tel: (214)377-3700
     Fax: (214)377-3752

                 About Whicker Asset Management, LLC

Whicker Asset Management, LLC, and Whicker Real Estate Holdings,
LLC, both based in Garland, TX, filed a Chapter 11 petition (Bankr.
N.D. Tex. Lead Case No. 17-30584) on Feb. 15, 2017.  The Hon.
Barbara J. Houser (17-30584) and Stacey G. Jernigan (17-30585)
preside over the cases. Melanie P. Goolsby, Esq., and Jason Patrick
Kathman, Esq., at Pronske Goolsby & Kathman, P.C., serve as
Debtors' bankruptcy counsel. In its petition, Whicker Asset
Management estimated $1 million to $10 million in both assets and
liabilities. The petition was signed by Richard C. Whicker,
president.



WIRED COFFEE BAR: Seeks to Hire GellerRagans as Accountant
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Wired Coffee Bar, LLC seeks approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
for the Eastern District of Tennessee to hire an accountant.

The Debtor proposes to hire GellerRagans LLC to provide accounting
services in connection with its Chapter 11 case.  Brian Gottschalk,
a certified public accountant employed with GellerRagans, will be
paid an hourly fee of $275 while his assistants will be paid $100
per hour.

Mr. Gottschalk does not hold any interest adverse to the Debtor or
any of its creditors, according to court filings.

Mr. Gottschalk can be reached through:

     Brian S. Gottschalk
     GellerRagans, LLC
     111 North Orange Avenue, Suite 1285
     Orlando, FL 32801
     Phone: (407)425-4636
     Email: info@orlandocpa.com
     Email: bgottschalk@gellerragans.com

                     About Wired Coffee Bar

Wired Coffee Bar, LLC sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (E.D. Tenn. Case No. 16-15452) on December 20,
2016.  The petition was signed by Lisa Goolsby, president.  The
Debtor is represented by the Law Office of W. Thomas Bible, Jr.

At the time of the filing, the Debtor estimated assets and
liabilities of less than $500,000.


WORCESTER RE: Voluntary Chapter 11 Case Summary
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Debtor: Worcester RE Investments, LLC
        250 Commercial Street. Ste 400
        Worcester, MA 01608

Case No.: 17-40511

Business Description: Worcester Re Investments LLC is a small,
                      fairly new organization in the investment
                      offices industry located in Worcester, MA.
                      It opened its doors in 2013.

Chapter 11 Petition Date: March 23, 2017

Court: United States Bankruptcy Court
       District of Massachusetts (Worcester)

Judge: Hon. Christopher J. Panos

Debtor's Counsel: Gary M. Hogan, Esq.
                  BAKER, BRAVERMAN & BARBADORO, P.C.
                  300 Crown Colony Drive, Suite 500
                  Quincy, MA 02169
                  Tel: 781-848-9610
                  Fax: 508-520-2217
                  E-mail: garyh@bbb-lawfirm.com

Estimated Assets: $500,000 to $1 million

Estimated Liabilities: $1 million to $10 million

The petition was signed by Felicio Lana, manager.

The Debtor did not include a list of its largest unsecured
creditors when it filed the petition.

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

        http://bankrupt.com/misc/mab17-40511.pdf


WORLD OF DISCOVERY: Can Continue Using IRS Cash Until May 1
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Judge Colleen A. Brown of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
District of Vermont approved the stipulation between World of
Discovery, Inc., and the United States of America, on behalf of the
Internal Revenue Service, authorizing the Debtor's use of cash
collateral until May 1, 2017.

The Debtor represented that as of the Petition Date, all of its
assets were subject to the federal tax liens.  As such, the IRS is
granted a continuing postpetition security interest in all assets
which the Debtor owned at the time the Chapter 11 was filed, or
acquired postpetition to the same extent and priority as the liens
held at the commencement of the case.

The IRS is also granted a rollover replacement lien on all
postpetition inventory, accounts, equipment (including vehicles),
cash, and cash equivalents, contracts rights, general intangibles
and all other post-petition personal property of the Debtor,
including proceeds and products thereof the other same extent and
priority as existed as of the Petition Date.

The Debtor is directed to make minimum monthly payments of $1,741
on the secured prepetition tax debt beginning on March 15, 2017.

In addition, Judge Brown directed the Debtor to:

      (a) permit the IRS to inspect, review and copy any financial
records of the Debtor. These records will be made available at the
Debtor's place of business;

      (b) timely file all post-petition tax returns on the due date
of the return with the appropriate IRS office and submit a copy to
Bankruptcy Specialist Gail Irving;

      (c) timely pay each federal tax deposit as it accrues (when
payroll is made) and submit a proof of payment to Bankruptcy
Specialist Gail Irving;

      (d) provide to the IRS a copy of all tax returns and tax
payments; and

      (e) maintain all insurance policies generally required of
entities engaged in the business of providing childcare, including
workers compensation, general liability, fire and casualty.

The Debtor's authority to use cash collateral will terminate upon
the occurrence of any of the following events:

      (a) The conversion of any of these Chapter 11 cases to one(s)
under Chapter 7 of the Code;

      (b) The appointment of any Chapter 11 Trustee;

      (c) The dismissal of the Debtor’s bankruptcy case;

      (d) The cessation of the Debtor’s normal business
operations or the sale of Debtor's businesses;

      (e) The filing by the IRS of a proposed order for dismissal
with a declaration stating that the Debtor defaulted on one or more
terms of this agreement; or

      (f) The expiration of the Agreement without extension on May
1, 2017.

A full-text copy of the Order, dated March 8, 2017, is available at

http://tinyurl.com/zj42msz

                           About World of Discovery  

World of Discovery, Inc., was established in 2007 when Kim Dyer
purchased a building located at Rte 131 in Weathersfield, Vermont,
after running a successful registered inhome childcare in Cavendish
VT for four years.

World of Discovery sought protection under Chapter 11 of the
Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. D. Vt. Case No. 16-11293) on June 30, 2016.
The petition was signed by Kim Dyer, president.  At the time of
the filing, the Debtor estimated assets and liabilities of less
than $1 million.

The Debtor is represented by Rebecca Rice, Esq., at Cohen & Rice.


WTE S&S AG: Has Interim Approval to Use Cash Collateral Until May 7
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Judge Donald R. Cassling of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the
Northern District of Illinois authorized WTE-S&S AG Enterprises LLC
to use State Bank of Chilton's cash collateral on an interim basis
during the period from April 1, 2017 through May 7, 2017.

The Debtor is authorized to make the expenditures set forth on the
Budget plus no more than 10% of the total proposed expense
payments. The approved Budget for the week ending April 3, 2017
through week ending May 1, 2017 reflects total disbursements in the
aggregate amount of $30,650.

State Bank of Chilton is granted valid, perfected, enforceable
security interests in the Debtor's post-petition assets, to the
extent of any diminution in the value of such assets from the
Petition Date through May 7, 2017.

In addition, State Bank of Chilton is granted the following forms
of adequate protection for its purported secured interests in the
Debtor's property:

     (a) The Debtor will permit State Bank of Chilton to inspect
the Debtor's books and records;

     (b) The Debtor will maintain and pay premiums for insurance to
cover all of its assets from fire, theft and water damage;

     (c) The Debtor will make available to State Bank of Chilton
evidence of that which constitutes its collateral or proceeds; and

     (d) The Debtor will properly maintain its assets in good
repair and properly manage its business.  

A final hearing on the Debtor's Motion is scheduled on April 25,
2017 at 10:00 a.m.

A full-text copy of the Interim Order, entered on March 15, 2017,
is available at https://is.gd/3vYypx

                    About WTE-S&S AG Enterprises LLC

WTE-S&S AG Enterprises, LLC, is a limited liability company formed
for the purpose of constructing an anaerobic digester on the
largest dairy farm in Door County, Wisconsin, so as to generate
electricity from harnessing methane extracted from animal waste.

WTE-S&S AG Enterprises filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection
(Bankr. N.D. Ill. Case No. 16-09913) on March 23, 2016.  The
petition was signed by James G. Philip, manager and designated
representative.  The Debtor is represented by David K. Welch, Esq.,
at Crane, Heyrnan, Simon, Welch & Clar.  The case is assigned to
Judge Donald R. Cassling.  The Debtor estimated assets and
liabilities in the range of $1 million to $10 million at the time
of the filing.


X K SPORTS: Sale of Sterling Property to Atlantic for $1.3M Okayed
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Judge Brian F. Kenney of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern
District of Virginia authorized X K Sports, LLC, to sell the real
property known as 21586 Atlantic Ave. Unit 130, Sterling, Virginia,
to Atlantic 130 Management, LLC, or an assignee, for $1,325,000.

The sale is free and clear of any liens and encumbrances.

After payments of normal and customary costs of closing, all debts
secured by present liens upon the property will be paid at
settlement, to include the real property taxes assessed by Loudoun
County, Virginia, the secured debts of Middleburg Bank, and
post-petition condominium fees.

Any surplus proceeds from the sale will be held in escrow pending
further Order of the Court.

Any surplus proceeds from the sale will be subject to the alleged
secured debt of Luqun Liu, to the extent that it is determined in
further proceedings that Luqun Liu has a secured claim entitled to
a distribution from the sale of said property, and that to the
extent only, the lien of Luqun Liu will attach to the surplus
proceeds from the sale.

The 14-day appeal period which may be otherwise applicable to an
order of the Court to sell real property free and clear of liens
pursuant to Section 363 of the Bankruptcy Code will not apply to
the sale authorized by the Order.

                         About X K Sports

X K Sports, LLC, sought Chapter 11 protection (Bankr. E.D. Va. Case
No. 16-11220) on April 5, 2016.  The petition was signed by Xiao
Kui Ma, managing member.  Judge Brian F. Kenney is assigned to the
case.  The Debtor estimated assets and liabilities of $1 million to
$10 million.  The Debtor tapped Thomas F. DeCaro, Jr., Esq., at
Decaro & Howell P.C., as counsel.   



YARBOROUGH & ROCKE: Taps Center City Law Offices as Legal Counsel
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Yarborough & Rocke Funeral Home Inc. seeks approval from the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania to hire
legal counsel in connection with its Chapter 11 case.

The Debtor proposes to hire Center City Law Offices, LLC to give
legal advice regarding its duties under the Bankruptcy Code,
prepare a plan of reorganization, and provide other legal services.
The firm will charge an hourly rate of $250.

Maggie Soboleski, Esq., 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:

     Maggie S. Soboleski, Esq.
     Center City Law Offices, LLC
     2705 Bainbridge Street
     Philadelphia, PA 19146
     Phone: 215-620-2132
     Fax: 215-689-4303
     Email: msoboles@yahoo.com

             About Yarborough & Rocke Funeral Home

Yarborough & Rocke Funeral Home, Inc. sought protection under
Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (Bankr. E.D. Pa. Case No.
17-10752) on February 2, 2017.  The petition was signed by Lisa D.
Branch-Edwards, president.  

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


YIELD10 BIOSCIENCE: Had Q4 Loss From Continuing Operations of $1.6M
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Yield10 Bioscience, Inc., reported financial results for the three
months and full year ended Dec. 31, 2016.

"In 2016, we launched the business around the mission of Yield10
Bioscience to develop new technologies to produce step-change
increases in crop yield," commented Oliver Peoples, Ph.D. president
and chief executive officer.  "We streamlined our organizational
footprint and expense structure while keeping the talent and
capabilities in place to take the business forward successfully as
an agricultural science company.  Recently, we also made selective
additions to our senior R&D staff and board of directors with
individuals possessing relevant agricultural industry experience."

"During the year, we conducted our first Fast Field Test of our
lead novel yield trait gene C3003 in Camelina, a model oilseed
crop.  We reported encouraging results from this study in early
2017, when we reported seeing up to a 23 percent increase in seed
yield in our best performing Camelina lines.  We also added to our
intellectual property portfolio through signing a global, exclusive
licensing agreement for novel technology to improve oil seed yield,
and taking an option to license promising gene editing targets for
oilseed crops."

"Together, these accomplishments were significant for building our
business and provide us with a solid foundation for making
important progress generating additional proof points in key crops
in 2017.  Our research and development plan for 2017 is aimed at
generating a range of proof points in Camelina, canola, soybean,
rice and corn.  We also anticipate reaching additional milestones
in 2017 including forming collaborations, capturing new sources of
grant funding and filing for additional intellectual property
around our crop science discoveries," concluded Dr. Peoples.

      FULL YEAR AND FOURTH QUARTER 2016 FINANCIAL OVERVIEW

Yield10 Bioscience is managed with an emphasis on cash flow and
deploys its financial resources in a disciplined manner to achieve
its key strategic objectives.  The Company ended 2016 with $7.3
million in unrestricted cash and cash equivalents.  The Company's
net cash used in operating activities during 2016 was $14.7
million, which was a decrease of $7.2 million from the $21.9
million used for operating activities during 2015.  The decrease is
primarily the result of the Company's restructuring completed
during its third fiscal quarter of 2016, including the
discontinuation of its biopolymer operations and reduction in its
full-time workforce from 68 employees as of Dec. 31, 2015, to 20
full-time employees as of Dec. 31, 2016.

The Company anticipates that it will need approximately $7.5 to
$8.0 million of cash during 2017, including anticipated payments
for remaining restructuring costs.  The Company's present
capital resources are not sufficient to fund its planned operations
for a twelve month period and, therefore, raise substantial doubt
about the Company's ability to continue as a going concern.  The
Company's ability to continue operations after its current cash
resources are exhausted depends on its ability to obtain additional
financing, including public or private equity financing, secured or
unsecured debt financing, receipt of additional government research
grants as well as licensing or other collaborative arrangements.

Continuing Operations

For the year ending Dec. 31, 2016, the Company reported a net loss
from continuing operations of $9.2 million, or $0.33 per share, as
compared to net loss from continuing operations of $12.4 million,
or $0.50 per share, for 2015.

Total research grant revenue from continuing operations for the
full year 2016 was $1.2 million, compared to $1.4 million recorded
in the prior year.  Research and development expenses for
continuing operations were $5.7 million in 2016, compared to $6.6
million for 2015.  General and administrative expenses for
continuing operations were $5.7 million and $7.2 million for the
years ended Dec. 31, 2016, and 2015, respectively.

The Company reported a net loss from continuing operations of $1.6
million, or $0.06 per share, for the fourth quarter of 2016,
compared to a net loss of $3.1 million, or $0.11 per share, for the
fourth quarter of 2015.

Total research grant revenue in the fourth quarter of 2016 was $0.3
million, compared to $0.1 million for the comparable quarter in
2015.

In the fourth quarter of 2016, research and development expenses
were $1.1 million, and general and administrative expenses totaled
$0.8 million.  This compares to $1.6 million of research and
development expenses and $1.6 million of general and administrative
expenses in the fourth quarter of 2015.

Discontinued Operations

In July 2016, the Board of Directors of the Company approved a
strategic restructuring plan under which Yield10 Bioscience became
the Company's core business with a focus on developing new
technologies for producing step-change improvements in crop yield
to enhance global food security.  As a result of this strategic
shift, during the third quarter of 2016 the Company sold
substantially all of the assets of its biopolymer operations to an
affiliate of CJ CheilJedang Corporation.  The $10.0 million
purchase price paid by CJ was primarily for the acquisition of
intangible assets, including the Company's PHA-producing microbial
strains, patent rights, know-how and its rights, title and interest
in certain license agreements.

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

                    https://is.gd/46soER

                  About Yield10 Bioscience

Yield10 Bioscience, Inc. is focused on developing new technologies
for producing step-change improvements in crop yield to enhance
global food security.  Yield10 is leveraging an extensive track
record of innovation based around optimizing the flow of carbon
intermediates in living systems.  By working on new approaches to
improve fundamental elements of plant photosynthetic efficiency and
optimizing carbon metabolism to direct more carbon to seed
production, Yield10 is advancing several yield traits it has
developed in crops such as Camelina, canola, soybean and corn.
Yield10 is based in Woburn, MA.  For more information visit
www.yield10bio.com

Metabolix changed its name to Yield10 Bioscience, Inc., effective
Jan. 9, 2017, to reflect the new mission and strategic direction of
the business.

Metabolix reported a net loss of $23.68 million in 2015, a net loss
of $29.53 million in 2014 and a net loss of $30.50 million in
2013.  As of Sept. 30, 2016, Metabolix had $13.52 million in total
assets, $4.94 million in total liabilities and $8.57 million in
total stockholders' equity.

PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, in Boston, Massachusetts, issued a
"going concern" qualification on the consolidated financial
statements for the year ended Dec. 31, 2015, citing that the
Company has suffered recurring losses from operations and has
insufficient capital resources, which raises substantial doubt
about its ability to continue as a going concern.


ZAFS INVESTMENTS: Court Allows Lender's Claim for $1.02-Mil.
------------------------------------------------------------
In the case captioned IN RE: ZAFS INVESTMENTS, LLC, Debtor, CASE
NO. 15-36237-H5-11 (Bankr. S.D. Tex.), Judge Karen K. Brown of the
United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas,
Houston Division, allowed Hardial Mangat's claim in the amount of
$1,026,514.77.

Mangat filed a proof of claim in the amount of $1,072,175.93
arising from the prior purchase by Zafs Investments, LLC, of a
banquet hall and an adjacent tract used for parking from Mangat.
Mangat provided financing for the purchase.  Mangat asserted
amounts of $989,195.35 for principal, $59,632.08 for interest
through the petition date at the default rate of 18%, $4,796.00 for
escrow, and $18,552.50 for attorney fees.

Zafs objected to the claim for interest at the default rate and the
attorney fees.  Because Mangat presented no evidence in support of
his claim for default interest and attorney fees, Judge Brown
concluded that default interest and attorney fees are disallowed.

The allowed amount of Mangat's claim was thus $1,026,514.77
consisting of principal of $995,208.13, prepetition interest of
$26,510.64 at the contract rate of 8%, and escrow of $4,796.00.

Judge Brown also found that an appropriate interest rate to
discount to present value the stream of payments to be paid to
Mangat over the life of the plan is 4.75%.  Applying the 4.75%
interest rate to discount the present value stream, the judge found
that payments of $3,703.70 are necessary to provide for the stream
of payments to have a present value of at least the value of the
property.

A status hearing was set for April 3, 2017 at 10:30 a.m.

A full-text copy of Judge Brown's March 16, 2017 memorandum opinion
and order is available at:

       http://bankrupt.com/misc/txsb15-36237-123.pdf

                     About Zafs Investments

Zafs Investments, LLC, based in Sugar Land, Texas, filed a Chapter
11 petition (Bankr. S.D. Tex. Case No. 15-36237) on Nov. 30, 2015.


Hon. Karen K. Brown presides over the case.  The Debtor is
represented by Margaret Maxwell McClure, Esq. of the Law Office of
Margaret M. McClure.

In its petition, the Debtor estimated $1 million to $10 million in
both assets and liabilities.  The petition was signed by Farhan
Sultan, managing member.


[*] Four Chapman and Cutler Partners Join McGuireWoods
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McGuireWoods continues its San Francisco expansion with the
addition Peter Szurley, Gregory Clore, Jeffrey Browning, and Todd
Dressel, partners from the San Francisco office of Chapman and
Cutler.

Messrs. Szurley, Clore, and Browning join the Firm's Debt Finance
Department, and Mr. Dressel joins the Restructuring and Insolvency
Department -- both nationally recognized practices.  

Since it opened last year, McGuireWoods' San Francisco office --
its third in California, joining downtown Los Angeles and Century
City -- has grown to 20 lawyers and recently relocated to space at
Two Embarcadero Center in the city's Financial District.

"These exceptional lawyers have stellar reputations in the Bay Area
and beyond, and their arrival at McGuireWoods is an important step
in advancing our strategy to broaden our transactional and
litigation capabilities for the benefit of our many leading
financial institution clients," said David Powell, managing partner
of the San Francisco office.  "We are delighted to welcome them."

"This is an outstanding group of lawyers whose reputations precede
them.  Their impressive experience in complex corporate financing
transactions and restructurings will be a tremendous asset for our
clients," said Raj Natarajan, chair of McGuireWoods' Debt Finance
Department, which consistently ranks among the top 10 legal
advisers for U.S. syndicated debt financings.

Noreen Kelly, head of the Firm's Financial Institutions Industry
Team, said the new San Francisco group continues an ambitious
expansion of the Firm's service to industry clients nationwide.
"Our clients in the financial industry have responded favorably to
our drive to deliver comprehensive, integrated services, including
top-tier capabilities in emerging sectors such as FinTech," she
said.

Mr. Szurley, who led Chapman and Cutler's San Francisco office,
handles commercial financings, including syndicated and single-bank
lending transactions, leasing, securitizations and structured
finance.  He co-chairs the Opinions Committee of the California
State Bar's Business Law Section.

Mr. Clore focuses on middle market and syndicated lending
transactions for financial institutions and has significant
experience handling deals in the agribusiness sector.  He
represents borrowers in working capital and commercial equipment
financing deals, as well as lenders, inside and outside of
bankruptcy, in credit restructurings.

Mr. Browning represents financial institutions in secured and
unsecured lending transactions, including single-bank and
syndicated transactions, and has significant experience handling
deals in the agribusiness and healthcare sectors.  Before attending
law school, he was a vice president in Wells Fargo's residential
mortgage group.

Mr. Dressel handles corporate and municipal bankruptcy and
restructuring matters for financial institutions, hedge funds,
indenture trustees, institutional investors and other stakeholders.
He has considerable experience in various types of litigation in
the debtor-creditor area, including commercial foreclosure actions,
Uniform Commercial Code enforcement actions, lender liability,
fraudulent transfers, and breach of contract and fiduciary duty
claims.

"Todd Dressel's experience handling bankruptcy and restructuring
matters in a range of industries will deepen our bench and broaden
the offering we can give our clients in this area, especially on
the West Coast," said Dion Hayes, chair of the Firm's Restructuring
and Insolvency Department.

The partners can be reached at:

         Peter Szurley
         Two Embarcadero Center, Suite 1300
         San Francisco, CA 94111-3821
         Tel: +1 415 844 1942
         Fax: +1 415 844 1931
         E-mail: pszurley@mcguirewoods.com

              - and -

         Gregory Clore
         Two Embarcadero Center, Suite 1300
         San Francisco, CA 94111-3821
         Tel: +1 415 844 1950
         Fax: +1 415 844 1932
         E-mail: gclore@mcguirewoods.com
  
              - and -

         Jeffrey Browning
         Two Embarcadero Center, Suite 1300
         San Francisco, CA 94111-3821
         Tel: +1 415 844 1957
         Fax: +1 415 844 1933
         E-mail: jbrowning@mcguirewoods.com

              - and -

         Todd Dressel
         Two Embarcadero Center, Suite 1300
         San Francisco, CA 94111-3821
         Tel: +1 415 844 1965
         Fax: +1 415 844 1934
         E-mail: tdressel@mcguirewoods.com

San Francisco attorney search consultant Avis Caravello assisted
McGuireWoods in the four partners' recruitment.

McGuireWoods LLP -- https://www.mcguirewoods.com/ -- is a U.S. law
firm with more than 1,000 attorneys in 23 offices across the United
States and Europe.  The Firm's largest offices are in Richmond, VA,
Charlotte, NC, and Chicago, IL.


[] Manju Gupta Joins Ulmer & Berne's Cleveland Office as Counsel
----------------------------------------------------------------
Ulmer & Berne LLP on March 13, 2017, announced the addition of
Manju Gupta to the firm's Cleveland office.  Mr. Gupta joins Ulmer
as counsel from McDonald Hopkins.

"Manju has substantial experience helping clients resolve a variety
of federal contracting issues," said Jeffrey Dunlap, Co-Chair of
Ulmer's Business Litigation Practice Group.  "Manju's experience
directly addresses a need for many of our clients, and her
background resolving a range of complex business disputes adds
important depth to our growing business litigation team."

Ms. Gupta concentrates her practice on complex business litigation,
with a particular focus on federal contracting counseling and
dispute resolution.  She has substantial experience representing
businesses in connection with their governmental procurement and
contracting activities, including bid preparation, responses to
requests for proposals for government projects and contracts, bid
disputes and protests, contract negotiations, and contract
disputes.  Ms. Gupta has represented clients throughout the country
in both state and federal courts.  She also has extensive
experience representing debtors and creditors in Chapter 11
bankruptcies and out of court workout matters.  
Ms. Gupta's experience includes representing clients in all aspects
of bankruptcy proceedings, including asset sales, executory
contracts, unexpired leases, intellectual property, stay issues,
and prosecution and defense of adversary proceedings.

                         About Ulmer

With offices in Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, Chicago, and Boca
Raton, Ulmer & Berne LLP -- https://www.ulmer.com -- represents
individuals and Ohio-based businesses as well as some of the
largest corporations in the United States in litigation matters.


[^] BOND PRICING: For the Week from March 20 to 24, 2017
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   Company                   Ticker  Coupon Bid Price   Maturity
   -------                   ------  ------ ---------   --------
A. M. Castle & Co            CASL      5.250    28.125 12/30/2019
A. M. Castle & Co            CASL      7.000    58.000 12/15/2017
American Eagle Energy Corp   AMZG     11.000     1.000   9/1/2019
Amyris Inc                   AMRS      6.500    55.000  5/15/2019
Armstrong Energy Inc         ARMS     11.750    55.260 12/15/2019
Armstrong Energy Inc         ARMS     11.750    56.125 12/15/2019
Avaya Inc                    AVYA     10.500    18.500   3/1/2021
Avaya Inc                    AVYA     10.500    26.250   3/1/2021
BPZ Resources Inc            BPZR      6.500     3.017   3/1/2015
BPZ Resources Inc            BPZR      6.500     3.017   3/1/2049
BlueLine Rental
  Finance Corp               BLULNE    7.000   101.780   2/1/2019
Bon-Ton Department
  Stores Inc/The             BONT      8.000    42.031  6/15/2021
CEDC Finance Corp
  International Inc          CEDC     10.000    14.000  4/30/2018
CPI International Inc        CPII      8.750   101.350  2/15/2018
Caesars Entertainment
  Operating Co Inc           CZR      12.750    74.750  4/15/2018
Caesars Entertainment
  Operating Co Inc           CZR       5.750    73.000  10/1/2017
Chassix Holdings Inc         CHASSX   10.000     8.000 12/15/2018
Chassix Holdings Inc         CHASSX   10.000     8.000 12/15/2018
Chukchansi Economic
  Development Authority      CHUKCH    9.750    40.500  5/30/2020
Chukchansi Economic
  Development Authority      CHUKCH    9.750    39.500  5/30/2020
Cinedigm Corp                CIDM      5.500    28.625  4/15/2035
Claire's Stores Inc          CLE       9.000    40.500  3/15/2019
Claire's Stores Inc          CLE       8.875    10.000  3/15/2019
Claire's Stores Inc          CLE      10.500    85.500   6/1/2017
Claire's Stores Inc          CLE       6.125    42.000  3/15/2020
Claire's Stores Inc          CLE       9.000    48.000  3/15/2019
Claire's Stores Inc          CLE       7.750    18.500   6/1/2020
Claire's Stores Inc          CLE       9.000    40.875  3/15/2019
Claire's Stores Inc          CLE       7.750    14.500   6/1/2020
Claire's Stores Inc          CLE       6.125    38.000  3/15/2020
Cobalt International
  Energy Inc                 CIE       2.625    23.000  12/1/2019
Cobalt International
  Energy Inc                 CIE       3.125    16.000  5/15/2024
Cumulus Media Holdings Inc   CMLS      7.750    34.375   5/1/2019
EarthLink Holdings Corp      ELNK      7.375   105.700   6/1/2020
Emergent Capital Inc         EMGC      8.500    40.993  2/15/2019
Energy Conversion
  Devices Inc                ENER      3.000     7.875  6/15/2013
Energy Future Holdings Corp  TXU       6.550    14.750 11/15/2034
Energy Future Holdings Corp  TXU       6.500    15.250 11/15/2024
Energy Future Holdings Corp  TXU       5.550    10.250 11/15/2014
Energy Future Holdings Corp  TXU      11.250    14.750  11/1/2017
Energy Future Holdings Corp  TXU      10.875    14.750  11/1/2017
Energy Future Holdings Corp  TXU      10.875    14.750  11/1/2017
Energy Future Holdings Corp  TXU       9.750    29.250 10/15/2019
Energy Future Intermediate
  Holding Co LLC /
  EFIH Finance Inc           TXU      11.250    66.938  12/1/2018
Energy Future Intermediate
  Holding Co LLC /
  EFIH Finance Inc           TXU      10.000    25.750  12/1/2020
Energy Future Intermediate
  Holding Co LLC /
  EFIH Finance Inc           TXU      10.000    24.250  12/1/2020
Energy Future Intermediate
  Holding Co LLC /
  EFIH Finance Inc           TXU      11.250    79.000  12/1/2018
Energy Future Intermediate
  Holding Co LLC /
  EFIH Finance Inc           TXU       6.875    24.125  8/15/2017
Erickson Inc                 EAC       8.250     7.000   5/1/2020
Federal National
  Mortgage Association       FNMA      3.400   100.034   4/3/2030
Fleetwood Enterprises Inc    FLTW     14.000     3.557 12/15/2011
GenOn Energy Inc             GENONE    7.875    72.189  6/15/2017
GenOn Energy Inc             GENONE    9.500    69.202 10/15/2018
GenOn Energy Inc             GENONE    9.500    69.137 10/15/2018
GenOn Energy Inc             GENONE    9.500    69.235 10/15/2018
Global Brokerage Inc         GLBR      2.250    34.000  6/15/2018
Goodman Networks Inc         GOODNT   12.125    40.000   7/1/2018
Goodrich Petroleum Corp      GDPP      8.875     0.388  3/15/2019
Gymboree Corp/The            GYMB      9.125     6.000  12/1/2018
Homer City Generation LP     HOMCTY    8.137    38.750  10/1/2019
Horsehead Holding Corp       ZINC     10.500    80.250   6/1/2017
Howard Hughes Corp/The       HHC       6.875   105.400  10/1/2021
Howard Hughes Corp/The       HHC       6.875   105.156  10/1/2021
Illinois Power
  Generating Co              DYN       7.000    32.000  4/15/2018
Illinois Power
  Generating Co              DYN       6.300    36.625   4/1/2020
Iracore International
  Holdings Inc               IRACOR    9.500    50.375   6/1/2018
Iracore International
  Holdings Inc               IRACOR    9.500    50.375   6/1/2018
IronGate Energy
  Services LLC               IRONGT   11.000    37.125   7/1/2018
IronGate Energy
  Services LLC               IRONGT   11.000    37.000   7/1/2018
IronGate Energy
  Services LLC               IRONGT   11.000    37.000   7/1/2018
IronGate Energy
  Services LLC               IRONGT   11.000    37.000   7/1/2018
Jack Cooper Holdings Corp    JKCOOP    9.250    35.750   6/1/2020
James River Coal Co          JRCC      7.875     2.309   4/1/2019
Las Vegas Monorail Co        LASVMC    5.500     0.833  7/15/2019
Lehman Brothers
  Holdings Inc               LEH       2.070     3.326  6/15/2009
Lehman Brothers
  Holdings Inc               LEH       1.600     3.326  11/5/2011
Lehman Brothers
  Holdings Inc               LEH       4.000     3.326  4/30/2009
Lehman Brothers
  Holdings Inc               LEH       5.000     3.326   2/7/2009
Lehman Brothers
  Holdings Inc               LEH       2.000     3.326   3/3/2009
Lehman Brothers
  Holdings Inc               LEH       1.383     3.326  6/15/2009
Lehman Brothers
  Holdings Inc               LEH       1.500     3.326  3/29/2013
Lehman Brothers Inc          LEH       7.500     1.226   8/1/2026
Lumbermens Mutual
  Casualty Co                KEMPER    9.150     0.711   7/1/2026
Lumbermens Mutual
  Casualty Co                KEMPER    8.450     0.617  12/1/2097
Lumbermens Mutual
  Casualty Co                KEMPER    8.300     0.532  12/1/2037
MF Global Holdings Ltd       MF        3.375    30.500   8/1/2018
MModal Inc                   MODL     10.750    10.125  8/15/2020
Mashantucket Western
  Pequot Tribe               MASHTU    7.350    19.500   7/1/2026
Memorial Production
  Partners LP / Memorial
  Production Finance Corp    MEMP      7.625    36.000   5/1/2021
Mirant Mid-Atlantic
  Series B Pass Through
  Trust                      GENONE    9.125    91.500  6/30/2017
Morgan Stanley               MS        2.998   100.000  3/30/2017
NRG REMA LLC                 GENONE    9.237    74.193   7/2/2017
Nine West Holdings Inc       JNY       6.875    29.875  3/15/2019
Nine West Holdings Inc       JNY       8.250    27.375  3/15/2019
Nine West Holdings Inc       JNY       8.250    26.000  3/15/2019
Nuverra Environmental
  Solutions Inc              NESC      9.875    12.125  4/15/2018
Peabody Energy Corp          BTU       6.000    40.000 11/15/2018
Peabody Energy Corp          BTU       4.750     5.250 12/15/2041
Peabody Energy Corp          BTU       6.500    38.250  9/15/2020
Peabody Energy Corp          BTU       6.250    36.000 11/15/2021
Peabody Energy Corp          BTU       6.000    43.625 11/15/2018
Peabody Energy Corp          BTU       6.000    40.000 11/15/2018
Permian Holdings Inc         PRMIAN   10.500    28.500  1/15/2018
Permian Holdings Inc         PRMIAN   10.500    28.500  1/15/2018
Pernix Therapeutics
  Holdings Inc               PTX       4.250    26.528   4/1/2021
Pernix Therapeutics
  Holdings Inc               PTX       4.250    26.528   4/1/2021
PetroQuest Energy Inc        PQ       10.000    98.736   9/1/2017
Prospect Holding Co LLC /
  Prospect Holding
  Finance Co                 PRSPCT   10.250    48.250  10/1/2018
RAAM Global Energy Co        RAMGEN   12.500     1.550  10/1/2015
Rain CII Carbon LLC /
  CII Carbon Corp            RCOLIN    8.250   103.750  1/15/2021
Rex Energy Corp              REXX      8.875    43.274  12/1/2020
Rolta LLC                    RLTAIN   10.750    22.750  5/16/2018
SAExploration Holdings Inc   SAEX     10.000    50.000  7/15/2019
Samson Investment Co         SAIVST    9.750     7.220  2/15/2020
Sequa Corp                   SQA       7.000    53.000 12/15/2017
Sequa Corp                   SQA       7.000    52.625 12/15/2017
SunEdison Inc                SUNE      5.000    30.000   7/2/2018
SunEdison Inc                SUNE      2.750     2.510   1/1/2021
SunEdison Inc                SUNE      2.375     2.000  4/15/2022
SunEdison Inc                SUNE      2.000     2.662  10/1/2018
SunEdison Inc                SUNE      3.375     1.520   6/1/2025
SunEdison Inc                SUNE      0.250     3.000  1/15/2020
SunEdison Inc                SUNE      2.625     1.506   6/1/2023
TMST Inc                     THMR      8.000    17.500  5/15/2013
Talos Production LLC /
  Talos Production
  Finance Inc                TALPRO    9.750    65.875  2/15/2018
Talos Production LLC /
  Talos Production
  Finance Inc                TALPRO    9.750    65.875  2/15/2018
Terex Corp                   TEX       6.500   101.339   4/1/2020
TerraVia Holdings Inc        TVIA      5.000    40.375  10/1/2019
TerraVia Holdings Inc        TVIA      6.000    66.125   2/1/2018
Terrestar Networks Inc       TSTR      6.500    10.000  6/15/2014
Trans-Lux Corp               TNLX      8.250    20.125   3/1/2012
UCI International LLC        UCII      8.625    26.000  2/15/2019
Vanguard Operating LLC       VNR       8.375    76.500   6/1/2019
Venoco LLC                   VQ        8.875     1.270  2/15/2019
Verso Paper Holdings LLC /
  Verso Paper Inc            VRS      11.750    17.000  1/15/2019
Verso Paper Holdings LLC /
  Verso Paper Inc            VRS      11.750    17.000  1/15/2019
Viacom Inc                   VIA       2.500   100.735   9/1/2018
Violin Memory Inc            VMEM      4.250     7.250  10/1/2019
Walter Investment
  Management Corp            WAC       4.500    33.000  11/1/2019
Wyeth LLC                    PFE       5.450    99.891   4/1/2017
rue21 inc                    RUE       9.000    13.000 10/15/2021
rue21 inc                    RUE       9.000    21.050 10/15/2021


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