AeroCision Gets $40.2M Bid For Assets In Ch. 11 Auction
Airplane parts supplier AeroCision said Wednesday that it selected a $40.2 million cash offer for its assets from aerospace company Cadence-Southwick Inc. after the California-based bidder beat out AeroCision’s stalking horse bidder in a Chapter 11 auction.
Liberty Hall is represented in the bankruptcy case by Norman L. Pernick and G. David Dean.
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