SAO PAULO, March 31 The judge overseeing the
in-court restructuring of Brazilian phone company Oi SA
dropped PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) as court
administrator on the case, the biggest bankruptcy filing in
Brazilian history, according to a court document reviewed by
Reuters on Friday.
Judge Fernando Cesar Ferreira Viana said in his decision
that he had lost trust in PWC after it asked for an extension
and committed a "gross error" in compiling a list of Oi's
creditors. The judge appointed BDO Consultoria to replace PWC on
the case, working in conjunction with law firm Arnoldo Wald.
(Reporting by Ana Mano; Writing by Brad Haynes; Editing by