Chapman was scheduled to consider the scheduling motion on Tuesday but yet to issue an order. LightSquared filed for Chapter 11 on May 14, 2012, ahead of the expiration of a grace period with creditors. Alongside attempts to reach a deal with creditors, it has tried to obtain approval from the Federal Communications Commission to use its spectrum licenses to provide wireless broadband services.

LightSquared in court papers has listed $4.48 billion in assets and $2.29 billion in liabilities. In addition to LightSquared LP's secured debt addressed under the plan, LightSquared Inc. owes term lenders led by U.S. Bank NA roughly $322.33 million.

Debtor counsel Matthew S. Barr of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy was not available for comment. Fraser Milner Casgrain is debtor counsel in LightSquared's Canadian bankruptcy proceedings, which also began on May 14, 2012.

Alvarez & Marsal North America is LightSquared's financial adviser, and Moelis & Co. is its investment banker.

Glenn M. Kurtz and Thomas E. Lauria of White & Case represent the ad hoc lender group. Steven Zelin and C.J. Brown lead a Blackstone Advisory Partners team providing financial advice.

Rachel C. Strickland and Mary K. Warren of Willkie Farr & Gallagher are counsel to SP Special Opportunities.

Written by Pat Holohan.

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