LOS ANGELES - July might be a pivotal month for efforts to craft a speedy out-of-court settlement in the Washington Public Power Supply System cost-sharing case, based on recent developments affecting the complex lawsuit.

U.S. District Court Judge William D. Browning recently extended a stay in the case to Aug. 1, which gives parties in the proceeding more time for settlement negotiations before discovery moves forward.

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