In a rare, Sunday-morning court filing, EFH asked the judge overseeing its record-breaking bankruptcy for permission to replace a plan that had been hailed as a breakthrough just five months ago, when warring groups of hedge funds settled their dispute about how to divide the company’s assets. EFH offered a new organization proposal in the filing.
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