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8-K
COSI INC filed this Form 8-K on 02/13/2017
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E.
A disclaimer, which typically indicates that no statements or information concerning the debtor or its assets or securities are authorized, other than those set forth in the disclosure statement;

F.
The condition and performance of the debtor while in Chapter 11;

G.
Information regarding claims against the estate;

H.
A liquidation analysis setting forth the estimated return creditors would receive under Chapter 7;

I.
Information regarding the future management of the debtor;

J.
A summary of the plan of reorganization;

K.
An estimate of all administrative expenses, including attorneys’ fees and accountants’ fees;

L.
Any financial information, valuations, or pro forma projections that would be relevant to creditors’ determinations of whether to accept or reject the plan;

M.
Information relevant to the risks being taken by the creditors and interest holders;

N.
The actual or projected value that can be obtained from avoidable transfers;

O.
The existence, likelihood, and possible success of non-bankruptcy litigation;

P.
The tax consequences of the plan; and

Q.
The relationship of the debtor with its affiliates.

See, e.g., In re Scioto Valley Mortgage Co., 88 B.R. 168, 170-71 (Bankr. S.D. Ohio 1988).  This list is not meant to be comprehensive and a debtor need not provide all of the information on the list.  Rather, the court must decide what is appropriate in each case.  See Ferretti, 128 B.R. at 18-19.

26.          The proposed Disclosure Statement contains more than sufficient detail to permit Holders of Claims entitled to vote on the Plan to make an informed judgment whether to accept or reject the Plan.  Indeed, the proposed Disclosure Statement contains information with respect to many applicable subject matter categories identified above.
 
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