Seven Counties Services, Inc.  Bankruptcy New Filing Alert: Motion For Authority To Reject Agreements

On June 13, 2014, a motion for authority to reject agreements was filed in the bankruptcy case of Seven Counties Services, Inc.  and its affiliates.

The filing was assigned docket number 495 and is described on the court’s official docket as follows:

Motion To Stay Pending Appeal Kentucky Employees Retirement System and The Board of Trustees of the Kentucky Retirement Systems’ Motion for Stay Pending Appeal (related document(s)[484] Memorandum and Order granting [103] Amended Motion to Reject Lease or Executory Contract with Kentucky Employee Retirement Systems filed by Debtor Seven Counties Services, Inc.) (related document(s)[9] Motion to Reject Lease or Executory Contract with Kentucky Employee Retirement Systems filed by Debtor Seven Counties Services, Inc. Entered on 5/30/2014) Filed by Interested Parties Kentucky Employees Retirement Systems, Kentucky Retirement Systems. (Attachments: # (1) Proposed Order) (Swetnam, Daniel)

Seven Counties Services, Inc.  filed for bankruptcy protection, or had an involuntary bankruptcy petition filed against it, on April 4, 2013. The bankruptcy case is pending before the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Kentucky . The case number for the lead bankruptcy case is 13-31442. The bankruptcy case is currently assigned to United States Bankruptcy Judge Joan Lloyd. The law firm of Seiller Waterman LLC is acting as lead bankruptcy counsel to Seven Counties Services, Inc.  in the bankruptcy case.

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