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Legal fees for defending involuntary petition cut by 20 percent (Bkrtcy.C.D.Cal.)

2015 BKRDBRF 3039By Aaron RolloffWESTLAW Bankruptcy Daily Briefing (Approx. 2 pages)

Legal fees for defending involuntary petition cut by 20 percent (Bkrtcy.C.D.Cal.)

2015 BKRDBRF 3039By Aaron RolloffWESTLAW Bankruptcy Daily Briefing (Approx. 2 pages)

Legal fees for defending involuntary petition cut by 20 percent (Bkrtcy.C.D.Cal.)

(March 18, 2015) - A California bankruptcy judge has reduced by $14,000 an attorney fee request for work spent on an involuntary Chapter 11 case, saying the attorney improperly "lumped" tasks together and billed in quarter-hour increments.
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