Bank of America, et al., No 16-DCV-231823 (District Court for Fort Bend County, Texas, filed April 25, 2016).
"I think it's safe to say they're surrounded, with competitive forces pushing them from every direction," he said."We've been working very hard over the last several hours to try and broker a deal because these [court] motions are critically important to the debtor," said Robert Klyman, Sports Authority's bankruptcy lawyer."To launch the going-out-business sales now is critical to the entire restructuring process of the entire enterprise, and we're trying to cut the burn at money-losing stores." Eventually Judge Walrath allowed the liquidation sales to move forward, with proceeds from consignment goods remaining in escrow for the first week of the sales, as lawyers for the consignment companies and Sports Authority try to reach an agreement. Del.)), and on March 19, 2015, the District Court withdrew the reference and took jurisdiction of the matter (No. On November 25, 2014, the plaintiffs filed a notice of appeal (Eleventh Circuit, No. On April 11, 2016, the Court of Appeals granted the Board's motion to dismiss it as a party to the appeal. and Wells Fargo & Co., and the company's proposed going-out-of-business sales have met with some objections from the government's bankruptcy watchdog and landlords, however. A contentious issue was the sale of certain winter products from consignment companies.