The creditors of Sover, an Italian eyewear firm that recently filed for bankruptcy protection, have been summoned to appear in a court in Belluno at 9.30 am on Thursday Feb. 13, to agree to a settlement of their debts based on the proposals made by the company last Oct. 25. Once the court's judge, Marcello Coppari, decides on the liquidation of the remaining assets, the legal fees will be paid within a 12-month period. Employees, independent professionals, agents, artisans and the government will be paid within 24 months, while privileged and unsecured creditors will receive payment within 36 months. The court has ordered the legal announcement of the hearing to be published in the press (certified email address: