1. Do I need to attend a scheduled proceeding?
2. May I call in for a particular hearing?
3. What is the process for filing and considering fee applications?
Applications for fees and expenses to be paid from the bankruptcy estate are considered following a motion and notice of the opportunity to object thereto, in accordance with Local Bankruptcy Rule B-2002-2. Judge Grant has several published decisions addressing the expected content of a fee application and its supporting materials, as well as the responsibilities of the applicant and any objector in the fee process. A review of those decisions and the court’s local rules should be sufficient to answer most procedural questions concerning the fee process.
In re Williams, 368 B.R. 744 (Bankr. N.D. Ind. 2007).
5. How does the court handle “first day motions” in Chapter 11 cases?
6. Has the Judge ever issued a decision on . . . ?
7. What should I include in a pretrial order?
8. What was wrong with my notice?
9. Can I talk to the Judge about a case?
10. How should I prepare exhibits for trial?
11. How can I withdraw my motion?