Weil billings on Lehman near $400m as bank exits bankruptcy protection
Weil Gotshal & Manges' fees on the Lehman Brothers administration have reached almost $400m, as the bank emerges from bankruptcy more than three years after its abrupt collapse, reports The Am Law Daily. Lehman officially exited from bankruptcy protection on Tuesday morning (6 March), after its September 2008 fall prompted the largest Chapter 11 case in US history.
Weil Gotshal & Manges’ fees on the Lehman Brothers administration have reached almost $400m (£254m), as the bank emerges from bankruptcy more than three years after its collapse, reports The Am Law Daily.
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