Edison Mission Energy (EME) filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court a notice of settlement with, by and among the Company (on behalf of itself and its subsidiaries), Edison International (on behalf of itself and certain of its subsidiaries) and certain holders of EME’s senior unsecured notes. The settlement (the EIX settlement agreement) is incorporated into the Debtors’ Third Amended Joint Chapter 11 Plan of Reorganization. According to documents filed with the Court, “The Amended Plan of Reorganization and Plan Supplement shall be consistent with this Agreement and shall provide, among other things, that (A) Mission Energy Holding Company shall retain 100% of the equity interests of the Company, (B) the Tax Sharing Agreements shall be deemed to have terminated pursuant to their terms on December 31, 2013, with respect to the Company, and shall not be assumed by the Company or assigned to NRG, (C) each EIX Released Party shall be identified as a ‘Released Party’ and an ‘Exculpated Party;’ (D) each EIX Released Party shall be afforded the protections under the injunction and exculpation provisions under Article VIII of the Amended Plan of Reorganization; (E) the Reorganization Trust is the successor in interest of the Company and Company Subsidiaries for purposes of performing the obligations under, enforcing, and obtaining the benefits of, the terms of this Agreement; (F) the Reorganization Trust shall assume all rights and obligations of the Company and the Company Subsidiaries under the Amended Plan of Reorganization and this Agreement; (G) the Debtors’ Motion to Establish Notification and Hearing Procedures For Transfers of, or Claims of Worthlessness with Respect to, Certain Equity Securities and for Related Relief [Docket No. 16] and any interim or final orders granting that motion shall cease to be of any further force and effect on and after the Effective Date; (H) the examination under rule 2004 commenced by the Debtors and the official committee of unsecured creditors and all related orders or subpoenas authorizing or issued pursuant to the rule 2004 examination shall be deemed terminated and cease to be of any further force or effect on and after the Effective Date; and (I) the Company will retain certain assets after the Effective Date pursuant to Section 4.c.”
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