Plant Insulation Company Bankruptcy New Filing Alert: Memorandum Of Law With Respect To Motion/Application For Approval Of A Settlement Pursuant To Rule 9019

On June 20, 2014, a memorandum of law with respect to motion/application for approval of a settlement pursuant to rule 9019 was filed in the bankruptcy case of Plant Insulation Company and its affiliates.

The filing was assigned docket number 2771 and is described on the court’s official docket as follows:

Reply Reply Memorandum in Support of Plan Proponents’ Motion for Order (A) Approving Settlement Agreement with U.S. Fire Insurance Company, (B) Designating U.S. Fire as a Settling Asbestos Insurer Under the Plan, and (C) Approving the Sale of Insurance Policies Free and Clear of Liens, Claims, and Interests (RE: related document(s)2750 Application to Compromise Controversy, Motion to Sell Property Free and Clear Under 363(f), 2763 Objection). Filed by Creditor Committee Official Committee Of Unsecured Creditors, Debtor Plant Insulation Company, Interested Party Charles B Renfrew (Attachments: # 1 Certificate of Service) (Lauter, Michael) (Entered: 06/20/2014)

Plant Insulation Company filed for bankruptcy protection, or had an involuntary bankruptcy petition filed against it, on May 20, 2009. The bankruptcy case is pending before the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of California . The case number for the lead bankruptcy case is 09-31347. The bankruptcy case is currently assigned to United States Bankruptcy Judge Thomas Carlson. The law firm of Jones Day LLP is acting as lead bankruptcy counsel to Plant Insulation Company in the bankruptcy case.

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