On Monday, our colleague Brian Baxter reported that Weil, Gotshal & Manges had soared past the $120 million mark in billings for the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy.

The $12.3 million Jones Day has billed from the beginning of the case last September is a pittance in comparison. But the firm’s latest fee application, filed Tuesday, goes into a level of detail we’ve rarely — if ever — seen. The document, which covers $9 million in fee and expense requests from June 1 through the end of September, runs a whopping 685 pages and lists every action any Jones Day lawyer (or staffer) took in the case.

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