Creditors Say Aliera Ch. 11 Needs To Stay In Delaware Court

By Vince Sullivan (January 13, 2022, 6:24 PM EST) -- The creditors who filed an involuntary Chapter 11 case against defunct health insurance provider the Aliera Companies told a Delaware bankruptcy judge Thursday that the case should stay in his court, where a related insolvency case is pending.

During a hearing conducted virtually, attorneys for the petitioning creditors told Judge John T. Dorsey that the interests of justice would best be served if he continued to oversee the Aliera case because he is also presiding over the related bankruptcy case of Sharity Ministries.

"The same fraud that led to Sharity's bankruptcy led to Aliera's bankruptcy, so there is only one court...

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