Neiman Marcus filed for bankruptcy on May 7. Eight days later, J.C. Penney petitioned for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Even before they filed, the two DFW retailers had paid legal and financial advisors $30 million to prepare the case. And those fees were only the start. The Texas Lawbook has details . . .
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