Judge Slashes Fees in Dewey Bankruptcy

, The Am Law Daily

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During a Thursday hearing in lower Manhattan, U.S. bankruptcy court judge Martin Glenn closely scrutinized fees and expenses incurred by a dozen firms working on Dewey & LeBoeuf's Chapter 11 case. Among the bills getting the axe are taxi rides around New York and pricey hotel stays.

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  • StJames49

    Wow, slashing a $4.7mm fee by $57k! That will show all those heavy penciled bankruptcy attorneys!

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