A bankruptcy judge last week told bankrupt nonprofit Copia: The American Center for Wine, Food, and the Arts and its creditors to take another shot at formulating bankruptcy plans.

The Chapter 11 exclusivity period that had granted Copia the sole right to submit a plan with creditors came to an end Friday. The termination of the exclusivity period means any party now has the right to submit a plan, with or without Copia's support.

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