Noticing of 341 Meeting in a Chapter 11 Case


In all Chapter 11 cases, counsel for the debtor is responsible for noticing the 341 Meeting. Upon the U.S. Trustee's filing of a Request to Schedule Section 341 Meeting, the Court will mail written notification of this filing to debtor's counsel. This notification will instruct counsel to prepare the Notice of Commencement of Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Cases, Meeting of Creditors and Fixing of Certain Dates (341 Meeting Notice). Deadlines for mailing this notice and for e-filing the Notice and Certificate of Service will also be included in the notification you receive from the Court. To facilitate this process, a form for the Notice has been posted on the Court's website (download this form in: Microsoft Word or WordPerfect format.)



It is the responsibility of debtor's counsel to modify the form as needed for the Chapter 11 case. The notice may be distributed in the format provided. Please enter information as appropriate. The date, time, and location of the 341 Meeting can be found in the U.S. Trustee's Request to Schedule Section 341 Meeting. Be sure to include a contact telephone number for informational purposes. Do not include the address and phone number of the Court. Only include claims agent information if the claims agent has been approved through Court Order. If a claims agent has been approved by Court Order, include a toll-free contact telephone number and specify the claims agent information. If you substantively modify the 341 Notice, you must contact David D. Bird, Clerk of Court, for approval prior to mailing. If you do not substantively deviate from the form, there is no need to forward the notice to the Clerk for approval.



The five (5) agencies below have requested notification in all Chapter 11 cases filed in this Court. Debtor's counsel is required to add these agencies to the Notice List in all Chapter 11 cases:

Securities & Exchange Commission
Secretary of the Treasury
100 F Street, NE
Washington, DC 20549

 

Securities and Exchange Commission
New York Regional Office
Attn: George S. Canellos, Regional Director
3 World Financial Center, Suite 400
New York, NY 10281-1022

 

Internal Revenue Service
P.O. Box 7346
Philadelphia, PA 19101-7346

 

Delaware State Treasury
820 Silver Lake Blvd., Suite 100
Dover, DE 19904




Secretary of State
Division of Corporations
Franchise Tax
P.O. Box 898
Dover, DE 19903




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E-Filing Instructions



1. [Bankruptcy]

2. [Notices]

3. Enter Case # [Next]

4. Select [Meeting of Creditors/Commencement of Case - Notice] [Next]

5. Joint Filing (Bypass this screen - do NOT check this box) [Next]

6. Select the party you represent [Next]

7. Click [Browse] to associate the PDF of the Notice, then click the "Yes" button [Next]

    o Add the Certificate of Service as an attachment

            ¨  Click [Browse], select the PDF of the Certificate of Service, and click [Open]

            ¨  Click the drop-down arrow in the "Type" box and select "Certificate of Service

            ¨  Click [Add to List]

            ¨  Click [Next]

8. Enter hearing information.

9. Docket text appears. If necessary, add additional text in free text field. [Next]

10. Proof this screen carefully! No further editing is allowed after this screen. If the docket text is correct, click [Next]. If any part of it is incorrect, click the browser [Back] button to return to the screen you need to correct. Then process the screens again with the respective [Next] or [Submit] buttons.

The Notice of Electronic Filing appears. This is the verification that the filing has been sent electronically to the court’s database. It certifies that this is now an official court document.

Updated: March 3, 2011, with current addresses for government agencies.