The Manchester lawyer who handled the bankruptcy of Isaacson Structural Steel in Berlin will receive about $313,000 for his work if a federal judge approves.
In a recent filing William Gannon asked the judge for $191,000 for his work between September 1st and February 29th.
Previously the judge approved about $122,000 for work between June 22ndand August 31.
In the filing Gannon said he worked about 444 hours at $400 an hour in addition to work done by his staff.
At an auction today/Wednesday in Manchester an Ohio company made the highest bid for the bankrupt Isaacson Steel. NHPR’s Chris Jensen reports.
Last year Isaacson filed for bankruptcy leaving the future of about 150 North-Country workers in doubt.
Earlier this year a Whitefield firm bought a small portion of the business, an action expected to save about 20 jobs. But the larger portion was auctioned off.
William Gannon. represents Isaacson.
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