When the owner of Peggy's didn't show up for his own bankruptcy hearing, the judge said he was going to dismiss the case. But in a turn of events, the owner, Orban Vannostran called the bankruptcy trustee today. He said he had mistaken the day of the hearing. By law, the case has now be rescheduled.
It will be June 16th at 2pm at the same place: 215 Dean A. McGee in room 119. It's last on the docket, so it will probably be closer to 3pm that it will be heard (Sometimes they move around, though, so I'd show up earlier than later).
If you feel he owes you money, you can show up. At the very least, he will hopefully answer questions as to what happened, so we'll know more. But at this point I'm just not sure if he's legally liable. The business is his, but we've seen that another name for Peggy's is "Special Occasions", and that business is owned by Vannostran's daughter - Deborah Robinson. She is the one who allegedly took off with some of the money. We'll know more June 16th.