August 13, 2018 – Orianna Health Systems’ creditor OHI Asset RO filed with the Court an objection to the “May Monthly Statements” for allowance and payment of fees and expenses filed by each of Pepper Hamilton; CohnReznick; and Norton Rose Fulbright, collectively, the “Committee Professionals” [Docket No. 825]. The creditor asserts, “Pursuant to decretal paragraphs g and h of the Order Establishing Procedures for Interim Compensation and Reimbursement of Professionals [Docket No. 262], any ‘Professional’ that fails to file a ‘Monthly Fee Application’ or an ‘Interim Fee Application Request’ when due or permitted will be ineligible to receive further interim payments of fees or expenses under the Compensation Procedures until such time as a Monthly Fee Application or Interim Fee Application Request is submitted by the Professional. The first ‘Interim Fee Period’ closed on May 31, 2018, and each ‘Professional must file and serve its first Interim Fee Application Request on or before July 16, 2018.’ To date, none of the Committee Professionals have filed a first ‘Interim Fee Application Request.’ The Omega Entities therefore object to the payment of any portion of each Committee Professional’s May Fees and Expenses until such Committee Professional files the required fee applications….To the extent the Committee Professionals’ May Fees and Expenses exceed the caps imposed by the Approved Budgets for May, 2018, such fees and expenses cannot be paid at this time….This objection pertains to requests for interim payment and interim allowance of fees and expenses.”
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