Originally filed in the Delaware bankruptcy court April 29, 2014, Texas-based EFH’s case is a mammoth bankruptcy involving an army of attorneys and other professionals. Judge Sontchi recently granted the interim allowance of compensation for services rendered and reimbursement of expenses largely, but not exclusively, for the fourth interim fee periods. His recent order gave a sizeable boost to the total professional fees and expenses that EFH has been ordered to pay during the bankruptcy.
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