By  on November 14, 2018

It didn’t take long for the mudslinging to start in the Sears Holdings Corp. bankruptcy case.

The unsecured creditors committee was formed Oct. 24, and it fired its first salvo on Nov. 6 against hedge fund ESL Investments and its chairman Edward Lampert, who is also chairman of Sears Holdings, seeking expedited discovery on past deals. Then the committee on Monday objected to Sears’ request for court approval of planned sales procedures to sell the company as a going concern, stating instead that moving to a liquidation might be the better plan.

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