This decision holds that an unsecured creditor that was the chair of the committee of unsecured creditors in East Coast’s Chapter 11 proceeding lacked Article III standing to appeal from the bankruptcy court’s order awarding the Chapter 11 trustee the maximum allowable fees.  The confirmed Chapter 11 plan provided for the debtor’s reorganization and full payment of all allowed claims, including those of unsecured creditors such as Clifford.  Since Clifford would be paid the same amount whatever the amount was awarded as fees to the Chapter 11 trustee, Clifford lacked standing, being unable to show any concrete, not conjectural injury from the appealed order.