The Chapter 11 cases of copper miner Asarco and casino operator Station Casinos have been a gold mine for bankruptcy lawyers. Baker Botts broke the $100 million billable mark in the five-year-old Asarco case last August, and the legal bills in the seven-month-old Station Casinos case are approaching $20 million for a dozen law firms. But future fees might not be paid out so easily as the bills have come under increasing scrutiny.

We’ve taken a close look at fee filings in both cases. Hourly billing rates for attorneys, when available, are listed in parentheses.

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