In a closely watched bankruptcy case involving a retailer caught in the crunch of COVID-19 restrictions, a federal bankruptcy judge granted Modell’s a second suspension, to May 31, of its Chapter 11 proceedings as state COVID-19 lockdowns have kept shoppers away.

The sporting goods retailer was granted its first suspension March 27, allowing it to defer April 1 rent due to landlords owning the spaces Modell’s stores occupy.

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