Girardi victims slam $ 975 rate offered by special advocate

By Brandon Lowrey (October 28, 2021, 10:04 p.m. EDT) – Former Girardi Keese clients are trying to stop the law firm’s bankruptcy trustee from hiring San Francisco attorneys who charge up to $ 975 in the hour to investigate the legal lenders who poured money into the ailing company, saying the professionals already involved in the case could do so for much less.

The firm chosen by the trustee, Girard Sharp LLP, lacks experience in bankruptcy and charges an “exorbitant uncapped” hourly rate that could deplete the funds of the estate, argued the family of the great burnt Joseph Ruigomez in a statement. request filed Wednesday evening. Another law firm and an accounting firm involved in the maximum amount of bankruptcy fees …

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