On April 19, 2017, the Trustee filed three procedural motions in each of the four Siskey-related bankruptcy cases: a motion to jointly administer the four cases; a motion regarding proof of claim procedures; and a motion regarding service of future motions. Copies of the motions, and notice of hearing, filed in the TSI Holdings, LLC bankruptcy case are linked below (the versions filed in the other bankruptcy cases are identical to the linked motions).
The joint administration motion asks the Bankruptcy Court to combine the four cases for procedural purposes only, under the caption of the TSI Holdings, LLC bankruptcy case (case no. 17-30132).
The proof of claim procedures motion asks the Bankruptcy Court to approve (i) an addendum to the standard proof of claim form that must be used by investors asserting claims in these cases; (ii) a proof of claim filing deadline applicable to all four cases; and (iii) relieving investors from any obligations to file supporting documentation evidencing their claims (other than an executed standard proof of claim form and addendum).
The service motion asks the Court for authority to limit service in these bankruptcy cases by serving all pleadings only: (i) on parties requesting notice through the Court’s electronic notification system; (ii) by posting on this website; and (iii) by email for investors who have provided valid and current email addresses. The only exception is that objections to claims will be sent by first class mail, postage prepaid.
If you do not want the Court to approve these motions, or if you want the Court to consider your views, then on or before May 10, 2017, you or your attorney should do the following: (1) file a written response explaining your position with the Court; (2) mail, fax or email a copy of your response to the Trustee; and (3) attend a hearing on your response, to take place at 9:30 a.m. on May 22, 2017 in Courtroom 1-4 of the Federal Courthouse, 401 W. Trade Street, Charlotte, NC. If you or your attorney do not take these steps, the Court may decide that you do not oppose the relief the Trustee requests and may enter an order approving the motions.