Thanks to Tracy Green, we can waste our time getting zero information on <a website> built at our expense, an expense, we might argue, that is far greater than the value provided by Ms. Green and the website combined.
Here are two disclaimers that appear particularly troublesome:
- PLEASE NOTE that this website is provided for your convenience and is not asubstitute (sic) for PACER. Only select pleadings will be posted on this site. Translation: We’ll give you some information, but not all of it, because information is power and we want you to remain powerless.
- The Committee represents the interests of all unsecured creditors through certain oversight of and dealings with the Debtors. Translation: Don’t expect us to do anything to help you. We’d much rather help ourselves.
You can almost imagine the (completely made up) conversation between the three hand-picked members of the Creditors’ Committee that includes Chair Johnnie Lau and members Eugene Rapp and Terrance Joe Chung while they were meeting for lunch at a five-star restaurant to discuss the formation of their committee and its many upcoming and important independently-made decisions:
Eugene: “Hey Johnnie, Tracy Green is a really good lawyer. She went to law school and is a member of a firm that has a website. She has represented a bunch of investors, so she knows the game and she’s someone we want on our team. That’s what Kelly told me between sets in a volleyball game I attended on Tuesday.”
Johnnie: “I heard that too while I was golfing with Walter yesterday. Walter said she’s one of us.”
TJ: “Bruce told me the same thing as he was testing the reflexes in my granddaughter’s knee this morning. Let’s go with her.”
Johnnie: “Well, since I’m the Chair of the group according to Walter, I hereby name Tracy Green as counsel and can’t wait to pay her a big retainer. She told me she’s going to build an expensive website that will keep all the investors who don’t have good relationships with the Ngs in the dark. She’s really looking out for us.
The documents they post to the website can all be found on this blog or over on Equitatus’ blog. The calendar is a bit helpful, but we’ll continue to give you better updates and more notice than the Green website.
Anyhow, enjoy reading Green’s vapid website.