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Chapter 11 Filings on Long Island

Long Island Children’s Clothing Store Bonmer, Inc. Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Posted on Tuesday (September 15, 2009) at 2:00 am to Chapter 11 Filings on Long Island

Long Island Chapter 11 Filing in Central Islip Bankruptcy CourtWritten by Craig D. Robins, Esq.

.Bonmer, Inc. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy relief on August 23, 2009 in the Central Islip Bankruptcy Court under case number 8-09-76237.  Judge Alan S. Trust is the assigned bankruptcy judge.

 
The company, which is located in Cedarhurst, is being represented by New York bankruptcy attorney Sean C. Serpe of Pelton Serpe LLP.  No disclosure of Compensation was filed.  Most of the schedules, which were required to be filed by September 8, 2009, were not filed in a timely fashion.
 
The debtor’s Chapter 11 affidavit was prepared by Mr. Serpe who stated that “the nature of the Debtor’s business is an affiliate in a children’s clothing store company. The circumstances leading to the Debtor’s filing under chapter 11 was continuing problems with its landlord and leasehold overlord due to landlord’s failure to improve the leasehold and injury caused to the Debtor’s principal arising out of same.”
 
The sole asset is a commercial lease for the store at 408 Central Avenue in Cedarhurst.  The debtor has been managed by Meryl Futersak for over 15 years.
 
The Meeting of creditors will be held on September 25, 2009 at the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of New York in Central Islip (Room 562 at 11:00 a.m.), and the first Status Conference before Judge Trust has not yet been scheduled.
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This post is one of a series of posts available on the Long Island Bankruptcy Blog detailing every Chapter 11 bankruptcy case filed in the Central Islip Bankruptcy Court since August 1, 2009.  I will typically post a summary of each Chapter 11 case several days or weeks after it is filed as not all info is available immediately upon filing.  To see a list of Chapter 11 cases profiled on this blog, click Chapter 11 Filings on Long Island or type the name of the debtor in the upper right search box.

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LDR Trucking Corp Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy on Long Island

Posted on Monday (September 14, 2009) at 6:45 am to Chapter 11 Filings on Long Island

Long Island Chapter 11 Business FilingWritten by Craig D. Robins, Esq.

LDR Trucking Corp. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy relief on August 12, 2009 in the Central Islip Bankruptcy Court under case number 8-09-76015. Judge Robert E. Grossman is the assigned bankruptcy judge.

The company, which is located in Bay Shore, is being represented by Queens bankruptcy attorney William S. Neal of Woodhaven. According to the Statement of Compensation filed pursuant to Rule 2016(b), no retainer was paid.

The company has elected to be treated as a small business Chapter 11 debtor. In its Chapter 11 affidavit, the debtor’s president, Adam L. Youngelman, stated that the company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy relief “due to a lack of business.” In addition, he states that “the company is working on obtaining additional loans and financing in order to line up some business which as developed.”

The Meeting of creditors will be held on September 18, 2009 at the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of New York in Central Islip (Room 562 at 11:00 a.m.), and the first Status Conference before Judge Grossman will be held on September 14, 2009 (Courtroom 860, 1:30 p.m.).

This post is one of a series of posts available on the Long Island Bankruptcy Blog detailing every Chapter 11 bankruptcy case filed in the Central Islip Bankruptcy Court since August 1, 2009.  I will typically post a summary of each Chapter 11 case several days or weeks after it is filed as not all info is available immediately upon filing.  To see a list of Chapter 11 cases profiled on this blog, click Chapter 11 Filings on Long Island or type the name of the debtor in the upper right search box.

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Venerable Huntington Restaurant Able Conklin’s Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Relief

Posted on Saturday (September 12, 2009) at 3:15 am to Chapter 11 Filings on Long Island
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Huntington, New York Restaurant Able Conklin's Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy ReliefWritten by Craig D. Robins, Esq.

Able Conklin’s Restaurant, a well-known eclectic steak house in Huntington Village, filed for Chapter 11 protection several weeks ago.
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Conklin’s Chop House, Inc., and Original Able’s, Inc., two separate companies which own the restaurant and its liquor license, filed separately for Chapter 11 bankruptcy relief on August 14, 2009 in the Central Islip Bankruptcy Court under case number 8-09-76071 and 8-09-76079.
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Debtor’s counsel made an application to jointly administer the two cases which was granted by Judge Robert E. Grossman, who is now the assigned bankruptcy judge for both cases.  One of the cases had originally been assigned to Judge Trust.
 
The restaurant was established in 1986 in the historic house built by Abel Conklin in 1841.
 
The restaurant, which is located at 54 New Street, in Huntington, is being represented by Huntington bankruptcy attorney Avrum J. Rosen of Huntington and his associate, Fred S. Kantrow.  The restaurant is located just a few yards from Mr. Rosen’s office.  According to the Statement of Compensation filed pursuant to Rule 2016(b), the debtor paid Mr. Rosen a retainer of $10,000 plus disbursements of $2,078.  The fee application listed Mr. Rosen’s hourly rate at $425 per hour.
 
According to the debtor’s Chapter 11 statement prepared by the debtor’s manager, Cassie Mernick, an employee of the restaurant for nearly 25 years, “the debtor’s current problems arose when the debtor’s sole shareholder, Dana Riggs, passed away approximately two years ago. Since that time, the Debtor has continued to operate with the shares of the corporation held by the decedent’s estate. Due to financial economic conditions, the debtor failed to remit amounts due to the State of New York Department of Taxation such that a judgment was entered for the approximate amount of $300,000.00.”
 
The debtor’s assets consist of approximately $105,000 of personal property for both corporations and the debtor’s liabilities are approximately $583,000 for both corporations.  The debtor is being treated as a small business debtor pursuant to the Bankruptcy Code.
 
The Meeting of creditors will be held on September 25, 2009 at the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of New York in Central Islip (Room 562 at 9:00 a.m.), and the first Status Conference before Judge Grossman will be held on October 5, 2009 (Courtroom 860, 1:30 p.m.).
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This post is one of a series of posts available on the Long Island Bankruptcy Blog detailing every Chapter 11 bankruptcy case filed in the Central Islip Bankruptcy Court since August 1, 2009.  I will typically post a summary of each Chapter 11 case several days or weeks after it is filed as not all info is available immediately upon filing.  To see a list of Chapter 11 cases profiled on this blog, click Chapter 11 Filings on Long Island or type the name of the debtor in the upper right search box.
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Long Island Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case Filing Information Now Available For Cases Filed in Central Islip

Posted on Friday (September 11, 2009) at 5:00 am to Central Islip Bankruptcy Court & Judges
Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
Chapter 11 Filings on Long Island
Current Events
Long Island Economy

Long Island Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case Filing Information Written by Craig D. Robins, Esq.
 
When I started my bankruptcy blog, I thought it would be a great idea to provide a summary of each new Chapter 11 bankruptcy case filed in Central Islip Bankruptcy Court, which is part of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of New York.  I am proud to announce that I have begun to do this.
 
You will now be able to find information about all Chapter 11 cases filed in the Central Islip Bankruptcy Court after August 1, 2009 by reading posts in the Long Island Bankruptcy Blog.  Most information is obtained from public documents filed in the bankruptcy case.
 
All Chapter 11 case information posts are in the category Chapter 11 Filings on Long Island .
 
Several weeks after the close of each month, I will also provide a monthly index of those Chapter 11 cases filed on Long Island the previous month.
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KRN Holding, LLC Seeks Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Relief

Posted on Friday (September 11, 2009) at 4:00 am to Chapter 11 Filings on Long Island

Long Island Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case InformationWritten by Craig D. Robins, Esq.

KRN Holding, LLC  filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy relief on August 5, 2009 in the Central Islip Bankruptcy Court under case number 8-09-75889. Judge Alan S. Trust is the assigned bankruptcy judge.

The company, which is located in Brooklyn, is being represented by Queens bankruptcy attorney Nigel E. Blackman of Blackman & Melville, PC, located in Jamaica. The debtor is, or was, the owner of a commercial building in Brooklyn. The major tenant is a funeral home.

The company has elected to be treated as a small business Chapter 11 debtor.

The Meeting of creditors will be held on September 11, 2009 at the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of New York in Central Islip (Room 562 at 10:00 a.m.). An emergency hearing was already held before Judge Trust on August 27, 2009 which will be continued on September 24, 2009 (Courtroom 960, 2:00 p.m.).

 This post is one of a series of posts available on the Long Island Bankruptcy Blog detailing every Chapter 11 bankruptcy case filed in the Central Islip Bankruptcy Court since August 1, 2009.  I will typically post a summary of each Chapter 11 case several days or weeks after it is filed as not all info is available immediately upon filing.  To see a list of Chapter 11 cases profiled on this blog, click Chapter 11 Filings on Long Island or type the name of the debtor in the upper right search box.

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