DETROIT, June 24 (Reuters) - Chrysler's dash through bankruptcy has cost $12.7 million in legal costs in its first month, according to a a court filing. Jones Day, the New York law firm that represents Chrysler in its bankruptcy case, submitted a bill for $12.4 million in fees and just over $256,00 in expenses. The bill covers the period from April 30, when Chrysler filed for Chapter 11 protection, to May 31 -- just 10 days before Chrysler completed a deal that saw its best assets sold ...
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