The Debtors are privately-owned, independent energy companies primarily focused on the acquisition, exploration, production and development of oil and gas properties in California. They previously filed for bankruptcy protection in March 2016.
Suniva is one of the two largest United States manufacturers (and the largest United States-based manufacturer) of PV solar cells. Suniva has manufacturing facilities at its metro-Atlanta, Georgia headquarters as well as in Saginaw, Michigan.
Debtor was organized on February 6, 2003, to raise funds for and to construct Bishop Gorman High School’s current $76 million campus, buildings, and other related facilities in Las Vegas, Nevada and to lease the Project to The Roman Catholic Bishop of Las Vegas
The opinion addresses a laundry list of methodologies for determining whether transfers were made in the ordinary course of business between the debtors and defendants.