Dewey filings reveal $14m in fee claims by bankruptcy advisers
Advisers to Dewey & LeBoeuf's estate are seeking more than $14m (£8.7m) in fees and expenses for work carried out in the first five months of the defunct US law firm's bankruptcy proceedings, new filings have revealed. A dozen applicants, including law firms, financial advisers, wind-down consultants and administrative advisors have so far filed claims in New York bankruptcy courts for services rendered between 28 May and the end of October last year. The claims are set to be considered by Judge Martin Glenn on 24 January.
Advisers to Dewey & LeBoeuf’s estate are seeking more than $14m (£8.7m) in fees and expenses for work carried out in the first five months of the defunct US law firm’s bankruptcy proceedings, new court filings have revealed.
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