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Announcements / News

  •  CM/ECF Change Effective August 1, 2022 – Motion to Modify Plan After Confirmation.[05/05/2022]
  •   Effective immediately Chief Judge Jennie D. Latta will continue with virtual hearings until further notice. Those scheduled for in-person court hearings on May 5, 2022, if you have not already received a Teams invitation for your court hearing, you will receive it today.[05/04/2022]
  • TNWB Clerk’s Office Newsletter - April 2022[04/18/2022]
  •  On April 1, 2022, adjustments to the dollar amounts stated in various provisions of the Bankruptcy Code and one provision of Title 28 of the United States Code will go into effect for cases filed on or after that date.

     A chart showing the affected sections of the Bankruptcy Code and Title 28, with current and adjusted dollar amounts in those sections, can be found here. The adjustments reflect the change in the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers published by the U.S. Department of Labor.

     The revised forms will be effective on April 1, 2022, and they will apply to cases filed on or after that date. Pending changes in the Bankruptcy Forms can be found on Updated local forms will be posted to the court’s website on March 31, 2022. [03/10/2022]
  • Trustee Services Rendered under Section 330(e)[01/26/2022]
  • USTP to Post Updated UST Form 11-MORs and UST Form 11-PCRs[11/22/2021]
  •  Judge Barnett will resume in-person hearings beginning the first week of May 2022. Virtual hearings will continue to be available upon request through contacting their respective courtroom deputies[03/07/2022]
  •  As of March 15, 2022, Judge Croom has returned to pre-Covid courtroom procedures. All hearings will be in person UNLESS the attorneys/parties contact Judge Croom’s courtroom deputy (Debbie Pulse, 731-421-9314) by noon the day before the hearing to request a telephonic appearance. If this procedure is not followed, you WILL NOT be permitted to appear by telephone. Telephonic hearings will NOT be allowed for any evidentiary matters.[03/16/2022]
  • Effective July 1, 2021, Judge Hagan will resume holding in-person hearings set for 9:30, 10:00, 10:30 and 11:00 dockets(i.e. in order to limit the number of individuals in the courtroom and in common areas, please do not appear for any matter set on the 9:00 docket). Further, although we plan to resume in-person hearings, please coordinate with each other to keep the number of attorneys announcing settlements and continuances in-person to a minimum. In Chapter 13 cases, counsel should continue to communicate settlements and requests for continuances to the Chapter 13 trustee by 2:00 pm the day before your hearing. In Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 cases, counsel should communicate settlements and requests for continuances to courtroom deputy by 2:00 pm the day before your hearing. Attorneys are responsible for making certain their clients and witnesses do not show up at the courtroom for any matters that have been settled or continued.

    For matters pending before Judge Hagan, you may appear telephonically or by videoconference for non-evidentiary matters only if you file a motion to appear telephonically or by videoconference by noon the day before the hearing and the Court approves your motion prior to the hearing. You will not receive information as to the conference telephone number or Microsoft Teams Meeting invite unless the Court approves your motion prior to the hearing. [02/09/2022]
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