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IN RE KMART CORPORATION

United States District Court, N.D. Illinois


May 14, 2004.

IN RE: KMART CORPORATION, et al., MICHELLE LANGEL, Plaintiff/Appellant
v.
KMART CORPORATION, Defendant/Appellee

The opinion of the court was delivered by: JAMES MORAN, Senior District Judge

MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER

Appellant moved, in March, for reconsideration of the appeal from the denial of her motion to have her claim deemed timely filed. Somehow it got buried, but it has now come to light. Unfortunately, I must deny the motion. While I am sympathetic to appellant's plight and have no reason to doubt her counsel's good faith, I have very limited review jurisdiction. The bankruptcy court has had the responsibility of administering a massive bankruptcy well out of the ordinary run. I cannot, in good faith, determine that the bankruptcy court has abused its discretion in those circumstances when she required strict adherence to the applicable time limitations. Reconsideration is best addressed to the bankruptcy court.

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