Originally Posted by Hockeydad
When you come up with a suitable response for us, please post detailed instructions so that all of us can follow them easily and we can act together as a group.
Giving detailed free legal advice over the Internet can get a person in a lot of trouble, and cost them their license. I say this to explain why we chose instead to form a committee of owners last summer - to be able to discuss legal issues in safety - rather than just post everything publicly. The committee was well advertised here, and members paid nothing, yet there were many owners who still didn't get involved because they wanted the free advice but wouldn't sign an engagement letter.
Through its (board-certified bankruptcy) attorney, the committee was in communication with the lawyers and trustee in the case, received legal analysis of options, and achieved representation on the official committee of creditors, which must have been an exhausting and exciting job for the owner who was chosen, given everything we have read.
So while I can't give detailed advice, I'll explain what forms are, and if they are relevant enough that people should get legal advice (which they can then choose to summarize or post here on buzz).
Ok: we got this on yesterday: "notice... For entry of an order (a) enlarging the period within which the debtors may remove actions and (b) granting related relief". 8 double-sided pages seems important, but it's really just 3 documents covering the same thing: notice of a motion, the motion itself (the substantive document), then an order granting the motion.
The motion says that to the extent there were actions against Fisker outside of the bankruptcy case in Delaware (for example: a lawsuit by a supplier in Arizona, or a lawsuit by a Karma owner in Georgia), Fisker (the debtor) wants time to decide whether to bring those cases (from outside Delaware) into Delaware.
So all this has to do with is extending time for a decision - nothing to do with the main case, the sale, our proofs of claim, or anything important. If you have an existing separate case outside of Delaware, maybe it matters, but if that were the case, you already have a lawyer (who would have received the notice also and advised you on it).
Summary: Waste of paper