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Washington area bankruptcy filings for the week of Jan. 30

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Under Chapter 11 of the federal bankruptcy code, a company is protected from claims by creditors while it attempts to reorganize its finances under a plan approved by the court.

In a Chapter 7 liquidation, a court trustee sells assets to pay creditors’ claims. The company then ceases operations.

Eastern Virginia District

Alexandria Division

Vecorder Technologies Inc.

12085 Cadet Court, Manassas, Va. 20109

Type of filing: Chapter 11 reorganization

Case number: 12-10351-RGM

Date filed: Jan. 19

Attorney: Katherine Martell, 703-385-6868

Assets: zero to $50,000

Liabilities: zero to $50,000

Largest unsecured creditor: Maurice Greenbladt, amount unknown

K1 Inc.

44031 Ashburn Shopping P 115, Ashburn, Va. 20147

Type of filing: Chapter 11 reorganization

Case number: 12-10409-RGM

Date filed: Jan. 23

Attorney: Ann E. Schmitt, 703-737-6377

Assets: zero to $50,000

Liabilities: zero to $50,000

Largest unsecured creditor: Saul Companies, $17,387

Maryland District

Greenbelt

LaPlata’s Flower Boutique LLC

207 St. Mary’s Avenue, LaPlata, Md. 20646

Type of filing: Chapter 7 liquidation

Case number: 12-10824

Date filed: Jan. 18

Attorney: Jeffrey Sherman, 301-841-3843

Assets: zero to $50,000

Liabilities: $50,001 to $100,000

Largest unsecured creditor: Not disclosed

Knight Protective Services Inc.

4200 Parliament Place, 1st Floor, Lanham, Md. 20706

Type of filing: Chapter 11 reorganization

Case number: 12-11011

Date filed: Jan. 20

Attorney: Stephen F. Fruin, 410-347-9494

Assets: $1,000,001 to $10 million

Liabilities: $1,000,001 to $10 million

Largest unsecured creditor: CDBA fbo Comercia Bank, $201,026

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