If Delphi Corp. follows the pattern set by other companies in bankruptcy, the No.1 U.S. supplier can plan on spending 18 to 24 months in Chapter 11, and the proceeding should cost the company about $10 million per month, a restructuring expert says. Delphi has retained several law firms, financial advisors and investment bankers to escort it through the financial maze known as bankruptcy court. The voluntary filing occurred Oct. 8 in New York, and the case has been assigned to Judge ...

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