An unwelcome Kodak moment for D.C. firm

McDermott Will sues camera maker, claiming the company owes $24 million for firm's decadelong work on tax matter.

, The National Law Journal

McDermott Will & Emery thought it had given its client Eastman Kodak Co. a picture-perfect ending to a long-running tax case — a $581 million tax refund related to an unsuccessful business venture the company had made. But when it came time to collect a $24 million contingency fee, the firm says, Kodak balked.

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