An ad hoc committee of unsecured noteholders of Energy Future Holdings’ intermediate holding company Texas Competitive Electric Holdings (TCEH) has accused the company of seeking to undermine the panel’s efforts to negotiate an alternative reorganization proposal for the company, according to a court filing.
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