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- Getting Noticed in the Digital Age: Delaware Bankruptcy Court Finds Email Notice Satisfies Due Process but Not Rule 2002
- Third Circuit Reversal Paves the Way For NextEra to Potentially Recover Administrative Expenses Incurred in Connection With Failed Merger
- Delaware District Court Disagrees with Bankruptcy Court’s Ruling and Holds That Committee’s Challenge Rights Survived Entry of the Sale Order and Consummation of Sale
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Getting Noticed in the Digital Age: Delaware Bankruptcy Court Finds Email Notice Satisfies Due Process but Not Rule 2002
In re Cyber Litigation Inc., 2021 WL 4927550 (Bankr. D. Del. Oct. 21, 2021)
In this Memorandum Opinion, Judge Goldblatt of the Delaware Bankruptcy Court considered whether a bar date notice sent via email to the principal of an unsecured creditor was sufficient to disallow the creditor’s untimely proof of claim. The Court ultimately concluded that the email notice comported with constitutional due process standards but did not meet the requirements of Bankruptcy Rule 2002, which instructs that such notices be provided to creditors by mail. As a result, the debtor’s timeliness objection was… Read More