Lehman US legal fees near $400m as Weil Gotshal bills total $200m
Legal fees billed on Lehman Brothers' US bankruptcy have have reached almost $400m (£266m) according to public documents, writes The American Lawyer. According to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday (22 July), adviser fees since the case was filed in September 2008 have now reached $873.1m (£582m) with 17 law firms being paid almost $396.7m (£265m) by the debtor. Lehman's lead counsel at Weil Gotshal & Manges is by far the biggest earner on the matter. The firm's Lehman bill now stands at nearly $200.6m (£134m).
Legal fees billed on Lehman Brothers’ US bankruptcy have have reached almost $400m (£266m) according to public documents, writes The American Lawyer.
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