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August 4, 2008

Court Allows Attorney Fees in Full to Counsel for Creditor's Committee in Aloha Case

In my July 21 post, I noted that the firm of Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal which represented the Creditor's Committee for the month before the Aloha chapter 11 case was converted to chapter 7 had filed a fee application seeking $235,000 in fees.  GMAC objected and a hearing was held on July 29.  The result you ask?  Fees allowed "in full as requested."      

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