In re New Stream Secured Capital Inc., DeFAX Case No. D66337 (Bank. D. Del. June 10, 2014) Walrath, B.J. (19 pages).
Motion by bankruptcy creditor and cross-motion by bankruptcy plan administrator on debtors' objections to creditor's claims were based on substantive argument and therefore were treated as summary judgment motions; contradictory evidence established genuine issues of material fact as to profit fees owed to investment manager. Deemed motions for summary judgment were denied; motion by plan administrator for referral to mediation was granted.
|June 25, 2014
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