Title III Plan Confirmation Data Room

Accessing Documents in the Data Room

  • Currently, only creditors of HTA and their representatives can access the Data Room. 
  • In order to gain access to the Data Room, you must certify that you are a creditor of HTA (or representative of a creditor) because:
    • You are a public employee of HTA
    • A master proof of claim was filed on your behalf
    • You filed a proof of claim against HTA
    • Under the procedures order entered by the Court, you are a creditor of HTA who is not required to file a proof of claim for a reason not listed above
    • You are listed as a creditor on the creditor matrix for HTA in an amount greater than $0.00
  • If you are a creditor of HTA (or representative of a creditor), you can request access to the documents in the Data Room by filling out the form here
  • If you are a creditor (or representative of a creditor) of HTA and you do not wish to review documents relating to the Plan, you do not need to do anything at this time.
  • If you have questions about how to obtain access to the Data Room, or if you think you have been inappropriately denied access to the Data Room, please contact Kroll at [email protected] or (844) 822-8231.

 

  • No.  If you previously requested and received access to the Data Room when it contained documents relating to the Disclosure Statement, you do not need to request access again.  You will have the same level of access to the Plan Data Room as you did for the Disclosure Statement Data Room. 

  • After you request access by filling out the form here, you should receive a response via email.  Please note that it may be delivered to your spam or junk mail folder.  If you have not received any communications after 1 business day, please contact Kroll at [email protected] or (844) 822-8231.

  • No.  Each individual who uses the Data Room must request her or his own user name and password using the form available here. 
  • Yes.  In order to access documents that are marked “Confidential,” you will need to review and sign the Protective Order available here.  You must sign the Protective Order online and provide all information requested by the Protective Order in order to receive access to documents designated as Confidential. 
  • Once you have signed the Protective Order and provided all information requested, you will have access to documents labelled “Confidential” in the Data Room.  You must treat any documents labelled “Confidential” in accordance with the terms of the Protective Order, and you must not disclose any confidential information to anyone.  Pursuant to the terms in the Protective Order, you consent to information being collected regarding the date(s) and time(s) you access the Data Room, documents you access while you are in the Data Room, and which documents in the Data Room that you print or download.
  • If you already signed the Protective Order and provided all information requested to review documents labelled “Confidential” relating to the Disclosure Statement, you do not need to sign a new Protective Order to review documents labelled “Confidential” relating to the Plan. You are still bound by the terms of the Protective Order, and you must not disclose any confidential information you see in documents labelled “Confidential” relating to the Plan to anyone, as per the terms of the Protective Order.

 

  • Any creditor (or representative of a creditor) who wishes to review documents labeled “Confidential” on the Data Room must first sign the Protective Order, available here.
  • Creditors (or representatives of creditors) who have electronically signed the Protective Order in order to view documents labelled “Confidential” that were uploaded to the Disclosure Statement Data Room do not need to sign the Protective Order again to view documents labelled as “Confidential” for the Plan Data Room.
  • The Protective Order has been approved by the Court. However, if the Debtors make any changes to the Protective Order in the future, following approval of such changes by the Court, the Oversight Board will replace the Protective Order with the revised version, and all creditors (or representatives of creditors) who have signed the Protective Order will need to re-sign the Protective Order as entered by the Court.

 

  • If you would like to change your level of access, you will need to resubmit an access request form.  Please CLICK HERE to re-request access.