A U.S. bankruptcy judge has cut nearly $75,000 from a Dallas law firm’s fee request, writing in her order about a Chapter 11 proceeding in which “no notable problems were solved. Yet, a lot of lawyers incurred fees.”
In her Nov. 8 order in In Re: Henry S. Miller Commercial LLC , U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Stacey G.C. Jernigan cut the $184,278.87 in fees requested by The Curtis Law Firm to $109,959.93.
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