Eletson Creditors Seek Over $1M Cut In Reed Smith Fees

By Emily Lever · May 13, 2024, 9:35 PM EDT

Unsecured creditors of shipping company Eletson Holdings have asked a New York bankruptcy judge to cut more than $1 million from the fees being sought by Eletson counsel Reed Smith LLP,...

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Greek oil and gas shipper Eletson was forced into bankruptcy by a group of noteholders who said the company had stopped paying its debts. The creditors and the company have filed competing reorganization plans.

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Brendan L. Shannon


U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York

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Eletson and the petitioning creditors have given different debt estimates. Eletson estimates it has $182.6 million of debt that would at most be $502.8 million if the court upholds the unsecured noteholder claims. Claims filed in the case, including a number of disputed claims, listed in the creditors' competing Chapter 11 plan add up to over $776 million.

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Case Information

Case Title

Eletson Holdings Inc.

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New York Southern

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Date Filed

March 07, 2023