EFH Ch. 11 Could Stretch Into 2017 Or Beyond, Experts Say

Law360, Wilmington (June 24, 2016, 1:47 PM EDT) -- Even though both Energy Future Holdings Corp. and the bankruptcy court are hoping the power giant's second attempt to emerge from Chapter 11 will be swift, experts say mammoth challenges are likely to spell an extended layover in bankruptcy with little chance of exiting before year's end.

After EFH's first crack at trying to get out of bankruptcy fell apart in April, the company quickly picked up the pieces and put together an ambitious schedule aimed at getting to a Chapter 11 plan confirmation for one of its two creditor silos in August and the other in September.

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