Recently in the RadioShack Corp. case, the Delaware Bankruptcy Court granted the debtor’s bid procedures motion allowing the debtor to auction certain of its assets, including trademarks and collection of customer data, while directing RadioShack to provide more information in terms of what personal information has been collected by the company and is to be sold. The Texas Attorney General, among others, made requests that further information be disclosed in order for the Bankruptcy Court to determine whether certain information should be sold at auction.
According to debtor’s counsel, RadioShack’s assets to be auctioned include U.S. trademarks, patents, customer data, Asian sourcing operations and franchise networks. Prospective suitors can bid on the assets individually or combine them. To date, there is presently no stalking horse bidder for the assets.
Carl D. Neff is a bankruptcy attorney with the law firm of Fox Rothschild LLP. Carl is admitted in Delaware and regularly practices before the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware. You can reach Carl at (302) 622-4272 or at email@example.com.