In re Conco, Inc.

(Bankr. W.D. Ky. Nov. 12, 2014)

The bankruptcy court grants the chapter 11 debtor’s motions to modify subpoenas and for a protective order. The creditor’s subpoenas for documents and depositions of the debtor’s principals were overbroad in that they sought information outside the scope of the debtor’s proposed plan and the creditor’s objection to the plan. The court modifies the subpoenas so that they do not require the production of certain documents and testimony, including documents and testimony related to negotiations resulting in the proposed plan. Opinion below.

2014-11-12 – in re conco

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