KPMG applies to extend Cobbetts administration period by six months

Burton, Lucy
January 2014
Lawyer (Online Edition);1/22/2014, p5
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The article reports that the professional services company KPMG LLP has applied to extend the administration period for collapsed Manchester law firm Cobbetts by six months. It is reported that the KPMG administrators incurred fees of 226,324 pounds to 13 December for 626 hours at an average rate of 361 pounds per hour.


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