The tardiness of a technical services company in submitting financial reports to the Securities and Exchange Commission and the trustee responsible for managing its debt payments have prompted a potentially expensive default.

New York Supreme Court Justice Bernard J. Fried ruled in The Bank of New York v. BearingPoint, 600169/06, that by failing to file required SEC reports BearingPoint “repudiated its obligation” under two debt issues.

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