The government owes $5.3 million to Kirkland & Ellis, whose attorneys Michael F. Williams and Peter A. Farrell worked on the case of Puerto Rico since the administration of Alejandro García Padilla. (Archivo / GFR Media)

The government of Puerto Rico will have a team of experienced attorneys to handle the suits under Title III of PROMESA, but their contracting will imply the spending of dozens of millions of dollars in cases that could go on for years, yesterday admitted the government’s representative to the Oversight Board (OB), Elías Sánchez Sifonte.

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