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    • Just a quick notice.  There were several comments hidden and others that drifted from the legal aspects of bankruptcy.  Those comments were moved to our other thread.  Given that we will have several hearings this week, it made sense to move those to keep the topics separate and manageable.    
    • Today starting at 10am with a break in the middle. https://www.deb.uscourts.gov/sites/default/files/moveit/LSS.html
    • I don't think the court got through all of the Plan Disclosure objections.  When will those be covered?  It seems like we have days and days of hearings left just on that.
    • Official agenda for September 23. https://casedocs.omniagentsolutions.com/cmsvol2/pub_47373/8295d93f-c841-4c5d-beb8-7edd6cad2b2c_6331.pdf The first 3 items have been agreed to by stipulation and agreement, including by the TCC, therefore they will likely take about 2 minutes each (Lauria will explain what they are, why all parties agree, and judge will ask for objections. Hearing none, she'll move on). That will leave Debtors’ Motion for Entry of an Order (I) Approving Knight Settlement Agreement and (II)  Modifying  the  Automatic  Stay,  to  the  Extent  Necessary  to  Permit  Payment  of Settlement Amount by Applicable Insurance. (D.I. 6154, filed 9/2/21). Debtors’ Motion for Entry of an Order (I) Approving Romero Settlement Agreement and (II)  Modifying  the  Automatic  Stay,  to  the  Extent  Necessary  to  Permit  Payment  of Settlement Amount by Applicable Insurance. (D.I. 6155, filed 9/2/21).
    • Yep.  But if you're the coalition it's all part of the game plan.  Collect as many clients as you can.  Fight strict validation.  Control the trust.  Don't communicate with your clients because you don't want to answer the tough questions, and settle QUICKLY.  Why?  Because for every billion in an award fund the coalition attorneys stand to earn before paying off their funders 400 MILLION DOLLARS.  Oh, and the last part of the plan....move on to the next mass tort and repeat.  This isn't an anti-lawyer post.  It's a "how the game is played" post. 
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