The Lehman bankruptcy file is here. Hooray!

A couple of interesting notes from the filing. Looks like the estimated liabilities and asset boxes need to be increased far beyond the already existing ‘$1 Billion’ checkbox. Something in the $600 billion(!) range should do nicely for this occasion.

And it looks like the they attached the filing fee ‘in full’ to the submitted form. Which begs the question — when a major banking institution fails do they go with a personal check or money order to pay the filing fee? I can just imagine CEO Dick Fuld’s picture hanging with a bounced check attached to it at the Clerk’s office of the bankruptcy court now. That jerk.

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