||The Altman Group, Inc. (TAG)
does not guarantee or warrant the accuracy, currentness, or completeness
of the data that is provided herein and shall not be liable to you
or any other party for any loss, damage or injury arising out of
or caused in whole or in part by the acts, errors or omissions of
TAG, whether negligent or otherwise, in obtaining, compiling, collecting,
interpreting, formatting, reporting, communicating or delivering
the data and/or information contained in this website. TAG does
not undertake any obligation to update, revise, modify or re-categorize
the information provided in this website, or to notify you or any
third party should the information be updated, revised, modified
or re-categorized. In no event shall TAG be liable to you or any
third party for any direct, indirect, incidental, consequential
or special damages (including, but not limited to, damages arising
from the disallowance of a potential claim against a client of TAG
or damages to business reputation, lost business or lost profits),
whether foreseeable or not foreseeable and regardless of the cause
of such damages, even if TAG is advised of the possibility of such
damages. TAG does not undertake the role of providing professional
advice with respect to this website service, and this website service
should in no way be relied upon as a substitute for financial, legal
or other professional advice.
Please be aware that in some cases multiple liabilities are listed
for the same creditor. In such cases, it may be determined that
a filed claim will supersede the corresponding liability listed
on the schedules filed by the Debtors with the Bankruptcy Court
in accordance with Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 3003(c)(4).
Any failure to designate a claim listed on the schedules of a
client of TAG (a "Debtor") as "disputed",
"contingent", or "unliquidated" does not in
any way constitute an admission by the Debtor that such amounts
are not "disputed", "contingent", or "unliquidated".
Further, all Debtors reserve the right to amend their schedules
and statements of financial affairs as necessary and appropriate.
Debtors further reserve the right to dispute on any grounds, or
to assert offsets or defenses to, any claim reflected on their
schedules or filed against a Debtor, including objecting to the
amount, liability classification or priority of such claim, or
to otherwise subsequently designate any claim as "disputed",
"contingent", or "unliquidated".