A monthly operating report filed in Manhattan bankruptcy court on Monday shows that Weil, Gotshal & Manges has billed Lehman Brothers $127.1 million in fees and expenses for its role as lead debtors’ counsel.

The latest fee disclosure, first reported by Bloomberg, was part of a report on Lehman’s professional fees and expense disbursements through November 30. The 26-page report (pdf) filed by Weil bankruptcy partner Shai Waisman shows that Lehman has paid legal counsel and financial advisers nearly $533.5 million since entering Chapter 11 in September 2008.

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