Avaya requests exclusivity extension on Chapter 11

Tom Allen
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Avaya requests exclusivity extension on Chapter 11
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Avaya requests exclusivity extension on Chapter 11

Push for more time would prevent competing plans from being filed

The latest court reports show that telecoms firm Avaya, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in January, has filed a new motion with the US Bankruptcy Court, requesting a third extension to its ex...

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