The bankruptcy case of Energy Future Holdings is essentially over, but the millions of dollars in fees being paid to lawyers and financial advisers are likely to continue for a few more months. New research by The Texas Lawbook shows that law firms, banks and consultants working on the EFH restructuring have received so far more than $600 million, making it one of the most complex and expensive corporate bankruptcies in U.S. history. The final price tag could approach 10-digits . . .
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