New Delaware Chapter 11 Filing – Ensequence, Inc.
Ensequence, Inc., a New York, NY based provider of tools for creating interactive television advertising, has filed a petition for relief under Chapter 11 in the Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware (Case No. 18-10182). Ensequence’s Petition estimates it assets to be between $1–$10 million and its liabilities to be between $10–$50 million. According to the First Day Declaration, Ensequence has filed for Chapter 11 relief as a result of the unexpected termination of a major contract, after which Ensequence was no longer able to generate sufficient revenue to cover its capital costs. The Declaration further reports that Ensquence has entered into a forbearance agreement with its secured lender to allow the consensual use of cash collateral and intends to pursue a sale under Section 363 of the Code. Rust/Omni is the proposed claims and noticing agent. The case has been assigned to the Honorable Kevin Gross.
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