3 Tips For Working With Bankruptcy Fee Examiners

Law360 (October 1, 2020, 4:17 PM EDT) -- The appointment of a fee examiner[1] and the fee examination process in any given bankruptcy case seem to generate a variety of questions.

Will a fee examiner process be better for the case — read: me — than having the judge address the reasonableness and appropriateness of fees? Will there now be three parties — the fee examiner, the court and the U.S. Trustee — scrutinizing my fees as well as criticizing my staffing, timing and approach to the case?

What will the nature and approach of the fee examiner be in my particular case? Will the appointment of a fee...

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