United States Bankruptcy Court
Southern District of Texas

TMT USA Shipmanagement LLC
Case 13-33763
Debtor's Proposed Hearing Agenda for April 14, 2014
Doc # Title of Matter Contested/
Uncontested/
Settled
Estimated
Time
Required
Comments
(note if continuance
will be requested)
Doc# 1325 Title of Matter: Vantage Drilling Company’s Emergency Motion for Stay Pending Appeal of the Order Regarding DIP Loan and the Final DIP Order Contested/Uncontested/Settled: Contested Estimated Time Required: 4 hours Comments (note if continuance will be requested): going forward
Doc# 1391 Title of Matter: Vantage Drilling Company’s Emergency Motion for Stay Pending Appeal of the Order Regarding Disposition of F3-VTG Shares in Conjunction with the Confirmation of the Joint Plan of Reorganization for A Handy Corporation, B Handy Corporation, and C Handy Corporation Contested/Uncontested/Settled: Contested Estimated Time Required: 4 hours - concurrent with Item 1 Comments (note if continuance will be requested): going forward
Doc# 1367 Title of Matter: Supplemental Order in Furtherance of Lift Stay Order Relating to M.V. A Ladybug Contested/Uncontested/Settled: Contested Estimated Time Required: 10 minutes Comments (note if continuance will be requested): going forward

Submitted: April 14, 2014 at 10:06:17

The preceding is a list of the matters that Debtor's counsel anticipates will be heard on the date specified, listed in the order that Debtor's counsel believes will be the most efficient way to call the matters for hearing. Pending objections are listed in the column designating objections. This list is provided for the convenience of all parties. It is not approved by the Court.

Official calendaring is done by the Court and the matters to be heard shall be determined by the Court's calendar, not by the chart provided by Debtor's counsel. Matters that are listed as uncontested or settled may proceed differently than counsel anticipates. The Court may or may not grant continuances. Unless continuances are granted in advance, counsel should be prepared to proceed with the hearing at the designated date and time. Time estimates may or may not be accurate. The Court may proceed in a different order of calling matters for hearing.

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