Fee Auditor Opposes Certain Sidley Charges

Law360 (February 13, 2007, 12:00 AM EST) -- The fee auditor in the Owens Corning bankruptcy case has recommend that Sidley Austin LLP receive more than $3.8 million for its work as co-debtor’s counsel between June and August 2006. However, the fee auditor also said the firm overcharged its client by about $40,000 over that time period.

In court documents filed Monday, fee auditor Warren H. Smith took issue with over $25,000 in fees and over $15,000 in expenses that were part of Sidley Austin’s compensation application. For one thing, he said an unnecessary...
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