LSC Communications, Inc.
Case No. 20-10950
In this case, ballots may be submitted either electronically via this website or by returning a hard copy in accordance with the instructions set forth on the ballot prior to February 16, 2021 at 8:00 P.M. (Eastern Time).
Please choose only one approved method of return for your ballot. If submitted electronically using the E-Ballot interface, you should not return a hard-copy of your ballot as well. Please note that submission of ballots via email or facsimile is not permitted.
SUBMIT A BALLOT ELECTRONICALLY
SUBMIT A BALLOT VIA MAIL
To submit a ballot form via mail, send completed forms to the following address:
If by first class mail, hand delivery or overnight courier:
LSC Communications, Inc. Ballot Processing Center
c/o Prime Clerk LLC
One Grand Central Place
60 East 42nd Street
New York, NY 10165
Submission of ballot forms via email and/or facsimile transmission is not permitted. You must file an originally executed ballot.
If you would like to change your vote prior to the Voting Deadline or have any questions regarding submitting your ballot, please contact Prime Clerk at +1(877)429-6615 (domestic toll-free) or +1(646) 0214-8838 (international) or LSCBallots@primeclerk.com
Privacy of Information Collected
The information requested on the ballot is being collected for the purpose of considering the approval of the debtors’ plan for reorganization. The information you provide on the ballot will be retained by or on behalf of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, the debtors and Prime Clerk for as long as necessary for the purpose of considering the approval of the debtors’ plan for reorganization, as needed to resolve disputes or protect legal rights of the parties to the plan or ballots, or as otherwise required by law.
Some or all of the information you provide on the Ballots may be shared with third parties affiliated with this matter in furtherance of the Plan. Although you may have certain rights relating to the information provided on the ballot under certain laws, applicable law or court order may prohibit the amendment or erasure of such information once it is submitted.