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November 10, 2008

Lehman Fees Could Reach $1.4 Billion per Prof. Lopucki

Enron was the biggest bankruptcy case, $757 million in professional fees, before Lehman came along.  Lynn Lopucki, UCLA Law Professor, estimates that Lehman fees could reach $1.4 billion, probably on the backs of the bondholders who stand to lose the most. 

Articles about the fee projections can be accessed here and here. 

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Kudo's Prof Hayes for willingness to accept with open arms a colleague/ competitor's views!

Posted by: Laser | Nov 11, 2008 10:22:40 AM

What a hoot! Loved reading your blog!

Posted by: fitzgeralds | Nov 12, 2008 3:32:40 AM

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