According to court documents, WorldCom has already sought to retain six firms as it attempts to reorganize under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. And according to many lawyers, this is just the beginning.
The company’s vast size and reach, the complexity of its businesses as well as the accounting scandal at the heart of its problems, are likely to generate a mountain of bankruptcy work, litigation and attorneys fees.
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