August 8, 2018 – The Rockport Company requested Court approval to amend its case caption from “The Rockport Company” to “The Relay Company” [Docket No. 442]. The motion explains, “Section 8.17 of the Asset Purchase Agreement requires the Debtors to cease using the name ‘Rockport’ and any derivations thereof within ten days of the Closing Date. Accordingly, pursuant to the authority provided in the Sale Order, the Debtors have filed or will file the necessary paperwork with the Secretary of State of Delaware, or other relevant government agency, to accomplish the required name changes from a corporate perspective. Further, the Asset Purchase Agreement requires the Debtors to file this Motion with the Court within ten days of the Closing Date to change the case caption to remove any reference to ‘Rockport.’ In addition, Local Rule 9004-1 sets forth the information required to be contained in the caption of all Court filings. This information includes the name of the debtor. Further, Local Rule 9004-1(c) provides that the case caption may only be modified by order entered by the Court on a separate motion filed and served in accordance with the Local Rules….The following changes are made to the different affiliates of the Debtor: Rockport Blocker changed to Relay Blocker; The Rockport Group Holdings changed to The Relay Group Holdings; TRG 1-P Holdings changed to Relay 1-P Holdings; TRG Intermediate Holdings changed to Relay Intermediate Holdings; TRG Class D changed to Relay Class D; The Rockport Group changed to The Relay Group; and Rockport Canada ULC changed to Relay Opco Canada ULC.”
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