Dewey & LeBoeuf seeks $13 million for LA Dodgers bankruptcy case

The total includes a $500,000 bonus for the legal team, which remained at the failing firm to close the multibillion-dollar Dodgers sale

Former Dewey & LeBoeuf bankruptcy attorney Bruce Bennett is looking to be compensated for his work with another bankrupt organization: the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Bennett, who led the legal team that represented the Major League Baseball franchise during its Chapter 11 restucturing, billed the Dodgers for almost $13 million, which includes a “modest” $500,000 bonus, according to court papers filed Tuesday.

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