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In a recent ABI (American Bankruptcy Institute) article, John Theil, managing attorney of Stuart Maue’s bankruptcy group, writes about how a court can and will significantly reduce “exaggerated” and “overstated” attorneys’ fees.

His article focuses on a chapter 13 case that exceeded the no-look (flat) fee limits, what is considered reasonable compensation in a typical chapter 13 case, and what was unreasonable about this fee application.

For the full article, see News and Articles.

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