By  on March 30, 2017

New York hedge fund Standard General asked a judge this week to prod American Apparel to more quickly move along with its liquidation.

The request, filed in bankruptcy court, came in the form of an objection to American Apparel’s request earlier this month to have the judge overseeing its case extend the period of exclusivity for which the company would have to file its bankruptcy plan to July 12. The company argued it is focused on selling off and is close to deals on some of its stores, nitrogen oxide emission trading credits and some of the Garden Grove plant’s equipment. The company has also been holding store closing sales at the remaining 86 doors still open. The bankruptcy plan was originally due to the court March 14.

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