With only $8 million in its coffers and hundreds of hungry creditors, the Heller Ehrman estate may have to come up with $1.8 million to pay all the lawyers and other professionals working on its six-month-old bankruptcy.

And it’s clear the estate will be racking up more legal fees in the months to come: More than 1,000 creditors have filed claims adding up to over $376 million.

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