Mallinckrodt Aims To Push Back Ch. 11 Plan Hearing Until Oct.

By Rick Archer (September 14, 2021, 5:07 PM EDT) -- Drugmaker Mallinckrodt Corp. on Tuesday told a Delaware bankruptcy judge it wants to push back the confirmation hearing for its Chapter 11 plan to October to allow for more time to finalize changes to the plan created by recent creditor settlements.

At a virtual hearing, counsel for Mallinckrodt told U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge John Dorsey that the company will be consulting with him to find a date in October to begin the hearing, originally scheduled to start Sept. 21.

"I think we just need a few days to finalize the revised plan," Mallinckrodt counsel Anupama Yerramalli said.

The company and its...

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