Trio of firms in dispute over Lehman bankruptcy fees cut
Three US law firms are in a dispute over fees on the mammoth US bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers - which has already generated $300m (£200m) in legal costs - after their fees were reduced by marginal amounts, writes The Am Law Daily The fees dispute gained momentum earlier this week when three firms - Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy, Jones Day and Curtis Mallet-Prevost Colt & Mosle - filed papers protesting the Lehman fee committee's reductions of their bills for the period of 1 June 2009 through the end of September 2009.
Three US law firms are in a dispute over fees on the mammoth US bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers – which has already generated $300m (£200m) in legal costs – after their fees were reduced by marginal amounts, writes The Am Law Daily
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