Houston-based Lyondell Chemical is hoping that its yearlong Chapter 11 case is nearly over after reaching a $450 million settlement with creditors early this week. The Am Law Daily did some docket-digging this afternoon to see how much firms have profited from the pharmaceutical giant’s bankruptcy court odyssey.

It turns out Lyondell has paid more than $58 million in fees and expenses to 10 firms through Aug. 31 of last year.

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