Unformatted text preview: what the court offered? The Holding : Schilling should only be compensated for the amount the court originally set for his hours he already worked and immediately removed from Big Rivers business. He violated his duties as a disinterest party and business ethics code. He should be denied any additional fees he was trying to attain. Summary of your reasoning: This man was trying to collect an excessive amount of money unethically. The court already had a set amount for his work and he made secret side deals with the creditors to try and earn extra income. He was not looking into the best interest of Big River. At that point he wasn’t a neutral party. It became about him and how much money he was going to be able to receive from the creditors so he could make a profit....
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- Spring '10
- Debt, J. Baxter Schilling, Big Rivers