Caesars Deal Means End of Fee Frenzy for Bankruptcy Lawyers

A $5 billion agreement resolves billions of dollars in potential damage claims by disgruntled creditors, and brings the bankruptcy, which has spun off as much as $200 million in legal fees to a group of firms, a giant step closer to an end.

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