Public companies may have caught a break from a federal court’s recent ruling that a company didn’t breach a debt agreement by delaying financial filings to address stock-options investigations.

Cyberonics Inc.’s stock-options probe led to delayed Securities and Exchange Commission filings and financial reports to debt trustee Wells Fargo & Co. The bank acted as the agent for noteholders funding $125 million in bonds issued by the company.

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