U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Dennis Montali on Tuesday approved nearly all of the final fee requests for law firms and other consultants working on the massive PG&E Co. bankruptcy. The final tally for more than three years' worth of work stands at about $450 million to $475 million -- of which about $100 million goes to law firms representing the utility. That makes the case one of the most expensive bankruptcy matters in the history of the Northern District of California.
Calif. Bankruptcy Judge OKs About $450 Million in PG&E Fees
September 16, 2004
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