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THAT’S ONE HECK OF A TAB: In the latest—and last—fee request submitted in connection with its work on the largest Chapter 11 case in U.S. history, Weil, Gotshal & Manges says it has racked up roughly $442 million in fees and expenses representing the bankrupt estate of Lehman Brothers over the past three-and-a-half years.
HEADED FOR A VOTE: Aurora’s city council is slated to vote tonight on whether to sell excess water to Anadarko Petroleum Corp. for drilling and hydraulic fracturing, or fracking.
ANOTHER JUDICIAL OPENING: This one in the 11th Judicial District.
PAYING HIS FEES: Douglas Bruce, who owes the state $3,700 in fees and fines for practicing law without a license.
GROWING BY ONE: Otis Coan & Peters.
NEW FORM OF TRESPASSING? A Colorado judge has ruled that a farmer spraying against mosquitoes needs to prevent the pesticide from drifting into a neighboring organic farm, likening the action to a form of trespassing.
FROM FOES TO FRIENDS? Facebook and Yahoo agreed to a settlement after gearing up for a big fight. (subscription required).
NEW COLORADO ATTORNEY is also an up-and-coming comic.
TODAY’S ANNOUNCEMENTS from the Colorado Supreme Court.
COLORADO COURT OF APPEALS’ oral argument schedule.
THIS WEEK’S FEDERAL COURT CALENDARS available here.
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