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Braemer v. Lowey

Appellant, a former lead plaintiff for a class of consumers who were harmed by the debtor corporation, challenged the bankruptcy court's order authorizing appellee plan fiduciary and the debtor corporation to enter into a sale agreement in furtherance of the chapter 11 plan. The plan fiduciary moved to dismiss the appeal. The court suspended the briefing of the actual appeal in order to first address a motion to dismiss the appeal as moot.
Ruling: 
Appeal of order authorizing sale of debtor's property dismissed on grounds of mootness.
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Commercial case opionion summary, case decided on February 24,2009, LexisNexis #0409-035
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