United States Trustee
- An individual overseen by the Attorney General who takes on several managerial duties in bankruptcy cases within one or several federal judicial districts where they have been allocated
- The United States Trustee played a crucial role in overseeing the bankruptcy proceedings.
- Given their administrative responsibilities, the United States Trustee had to review all the case files.
- The Attorney General appointed a new United States Trustee to manage the bankruptcy cases in the region.