Bloomberg Law
Dec. 30, 2021, 9:39 PM

Aliera Seeks to Toss Involuntary Bankruptcy, Move Case to Georgia

James Nani
James Nani

The Aliera Companies Inc. asked a Delaware bankruptcy court to toss an involuntary Chapter 11 petition that members of an associated Christian health-care cost-sharing service filed against the company.

The creditors who filed the involuntary case didn’t file it in good faith, and there are still bona fide claims in dispute, Aliera said in a court filing Wednesday. They haven’t shown that Aliera made preferential payments to certain creditors, or that it dissipated its assets, the company told the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware.

Rather, the involuntary case is being used as a “tactical advantage” in other, ...

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