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In re Colad Group, Inc.

United States Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of New York
324 B.R. 208 (2005)


The Colad Group, Inc. (Colad) (debtor) was a printing company that produced and sold customized stationary products. Colad filed for reorganization under chapter 11 of the bankruptcy code. The day after filing, Colad’s counsel requested a hearing to seek a first day order to authorize necessary activities for Colad’s continued operations, including (1) the payment of pre-petition wages, benefits, and taxes, (2) continuation of a cash-management system to maintain existing accounts, and (3) continued retention of a restructuring consultant. Continental Plants Group, LLC (Continental) (creditor) was Colad’s primary secured creditor and participated in the conference to consider Colad’s motion.

Rule of Law


Holding and Reasoning (Bucki, J.)

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