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Morris James Wins Rare $1.6M Fee For Ch. 11 Aid

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May 7, 2019

WaxmanJeff Waxman’s and Eric Monzo’s representation of the ad-hoc Construction Lienholder Group in the M&G bankruptcy cases resulted in a rare allowance of $1.6 million legal fees and expenses after a bankruptcy judge found they made substantial contributions to M&G’s Chapter 11 cases.

United States Bankruptcy Judge Brendan L. Shannon issued a 14-page opinion in which the Court found that Morris James LLP and Province Inc., legal counsel and financial adviser to an ad hoc group of construction lienholders, respectively, “demonstrably and materially” facilitated the deeply complex process of reorganization for the international plastics-related chemical producer.

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