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IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT

FOR THE DISTRICT OF DELAWARE


In re: Chapter 11
ALLIED SYSTEMS HOLDINGS, INC., eta/.,' Case No. 12-11564 (CSS)
Debtors. (Jointly Administered)
Objection Deadline: October 22, 2012 at 4:00 p.m. (EDT)
THIRD MONTHLY APPLICATION OF GOWLING LAFLEUR HENDERSON LLP
FOR ALLOWANCE OF COMPENSATION FOR
SERVICES RENDERED AND FOR REIMBURSEMENT OF EXPENSES
AS CANADIAN COUNSEL TO THE DEBTORS AND DEBTORS-IN-POSSESSION FOR
THE PERIOD FROM AUGUST 1, 2012 THROUGH AUGUST 31,2012
Name of Applicant:
Authorized to Provide Professional Services to:
Date of Retention:
Period for which compensation
and reimbursement are sought:
Amount of Compensation sought as actual,
reasonable, and necessary:
Amount of Expense Reimbursement sought
as actual, reasonable, and necessary:
This is a(n): ___x_ monthly interim
Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP
the above-captioned debtors and debtors-in-
possession
August 7, 2012, nunc pro tunc to June 10,
2012
August 1, 2012 through August 31,2012
$51,598.51 (80% of$64,498. 14)
$1,399.52 (100% of $1 ,399.52)
final application
The Debtors in these cases, along with the federal tax identification number (or Canadian business number
where applicable) for each of the Debtors, are: Allied Systems Holdings, Inc. (58-0360550); Allied Automotive
Group, Inc. (58-2201081); Allied Freight Broker LLC (59-2876864); Allied Systems (Canada) Company (90-
0 169283); Allied Systems, Ltd. (L.P.) (58-171 0028); Axis Areta, LLC (45-5215545); Axis Canada Company
(875688228); Axis Group, Inc. (58-2204628); Commercial Carriers, Inc. (38-0436930); CT Services, Inc. (38-
2918187); Cord in Transport LLC (38-1985795); F.J. Boutell Driveaway LLC (38-03651 00); GACS Incorporated
(58-1944786); Logistic Systems, LLC (45-4241751); Logistic Technology, LLC (45-4242057); QAT, lnc. (59-
2876863); RMX LLC (31-096 1359); Transport Support LLC (38-2349563); and Terminal Services LLC (91-
0847582). The location of the Debtors' corporate headquarters and the Debtors' address for service of process is
2302 Parklake Drive, Bldg. 15, Ste. 600, Atlanta, Georgia 30345.
Prior Applications Filed:
Date Filed Period Covered Fees Expenses
September 5, 2012
June 10,2012 to
$243,991.86 $4,787.55
June 30, 2012
September 20, 2012
July 1, 2012 to
$138,011.42 $3,715.44
July 31, 2012
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COMPENSATION BY PROFESSIONAL
AUGUST 1, 2012 THROUGH AUGUST 31, 2012
Name of Professional Position, year assumed Hourly Total
Individual
Paul Dempsey
Hugh Christie
Cliff Prophet
Chris Eustace
Boyd Balogh
Jennifer Starn
Ronald Snyder
Heather Gray
Ava Kim
Nadia Conforti
Jason McMurtrie
Katie Parent
Lauren Enquist
TOTAL
position, prior relevant Billing Rate Hours
experience, year of (including Billed
obtaining relevant changes)
license to practice
Partner $790.00 2.50
Partner $760.00 1.90
Partner $750.00 2.0
Partner $725.00 20.10
Partner $650.00 3.20
Partner $640.00 21.70
Partner $370.00 5.30
Associate $525.00 6.0
Associate $370.00 28.70
Associate $170.00 3.80
Law Clerk $375.00 0.50
Law Clerk $300.00 16.40
Student-at-law $225.00 0.60
112.70
Total
Harmonized Sales Tax ("HST")
Grand Total
Professionals Compensation
Total Hours
Blended Rate
Dated: October f@-, 2012
Toronto, Ontario
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Total
Compensation
$1,975.00
$1,444.00
$1,500.00
$14,572.50
$2,080.00
$13,888.00
$1,961.00
$3,150.00
$10,619.00
$646.00
$187.50
$4,920.00
$135.00
$57,078.00
$57,078.00
$7,420.14
$64,498.14
$51,835.50
112.70
$511.54
COMPENSATION BY PROJECT CATEGORY
AUGUST l, 2012 THROUGH AUGUST 31, 2012
Pro.iect Category Total Hours
Case Administration (A) 1.60
Creditor Inquiries (B) 0
Meetings (C) 0
Executory Contracts/Unexpired Leases (D) 0
Automatic Stay/ Adequate Protection (E) 0
Plan of Re-Organization/Disclosure Statement (F) 0
Use, Sale, Lease of Assets (G) 0
Cash Collateral/DIP Financing (H) 0
Claims Administration (I) 1.80
Court Hearings (J) 0
General Corporate/Real Estate (K) 7.10
Schedules/SOFA/U. S. Trustee Reports (L) 0
Employee Issues (M) 58.50
Environmental (N) 0
Tax Issues (0) 0
Litigation/Adversary Proceedings (P) 0.20
Gowlings Retention (Q-1) 1.80
Retention of Others (Q-2) 2.30
Gowlings Fee Applications (R-1) 35.60
Fee Applications of Others (R-2) 0
Vendor/Supplies (S) 0
Non-Working Travel (T) 0
Utilities (U) 0
Insurance (V) 3.80
TOTAL 112.70
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Total Fees
$559.50
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$666.00
$0.00
$5,020.00
$0.00
$34,104.00
$0.00
$0.00
$128.00
$1,163.00
$1,099.50
$13,692.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$646.00
$57,078.00
EXPENSE SUMMARY
AUGUST 1, 2012 THROUGH AUGUST 31, 2012
Expense Category Service Provider Total Expenses
(if applicable)
Taxable Expenses
Long Distance Telephone $3.22
Conference Calling Confer Tel $6.44
In-House Reproduction Photocopying: 259 @ $.10/pg. $30.10
Scanning: 42 @J $.1 0/pg.
Outside Reproduction $0.00
Legal Research Quicklaw $252.17
Westlaw eCarswell
Court Reporting $0.00
Travel Expenses Taxis $82.99
Inside Courier & Expense Blizzard Courier Service $20.33
Carriers
Outside Courier & Expense Federal Express $38.03
Carriers
Postage $0.00
Binding $45.40
Business Meals $0.00
Document Retrieval $0.00
Record Retrieval $0.00
Room Rental
$0.00
Professional Services Vendor: Field LLP, Northwest $255.50
Territories Agent
Office Supplies & Corporate $415.84
Records
Overtime
$0.00
SUBTOTAL $1,150.02
HST $149.50
TOTAL, including taxes $1,299.52
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EXPENSE SUMMARY -CONTINUED
AUGUST 1, 2012 THROUGH AUGUST 31. 2012
Non-Taxable Expenses
Filing of Annual Return -
August 22, 2012
TOTAL
GRAND TOTAL
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$100.00
$100.00
$1!322.52
IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF DELAWARE
In re: Chapter 11
ALLIED SYSTEMS HOLDINGS, INC., et al.,
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Case No. 12-11564 (CSS)
Debtors. (Jointly Administered)
Objection Deadline: October 22, 2012 at 4:00 p.m. (EDT)
THIRD APPLICATION OF GOWLING LAFLEUR HENDERSON LLP FOR
ALLOWANCE OF COMPENSATION FOR
SERVICES RENDERED AND FOR REIMBURSEMENT OF EXPENSES
AS CO-COUNSEL TO THE DEBTORS AND DEBTORS-IN-POSSESSION FOR
THE PERIOD FROM AUGUST 1, 2012 THROUGH AUGUST 31, 2012
Pursuant to sections 330 and 331 of title 11 of the United States Code (the
"Bankruptcy Code"), Rule 2016 of the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure (the
"Bankruptcy Rules"), and the Order Establishing Procedures for Interim Compensation and
Reimbursement of Expenses for Professionals and Official Committee Members [Docket No.
215] (the "Administrative Order"), Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP ("Gowlings") hereby
files this Third Monthly Application for Allowance of Compensation for Services Rendered and
for Reimbursement of Expenses as Canadian Counsel to the Debtors and Debtors-in-Possession
for the Period From August 1, 2012 through August 31, 2012 (the "Application"). By this
Application, Gowlings seeks a monthly allowance pursuant to the Administrative Order with
respect to the sums of $64,498.14 (80% of which equals $51,598.51) as compensation and
$1,399.52 for reimbursement of actual and necessary expenses for a total of $52,998.03 for the
The Debtors in these cases, along with the federal tax identification number (or Canadian business number
where applicable) for each of the Debtors, are: Allied Systems Holdings, Inc. (58-0360550); Allied Automotive
Group, Inc. (58-220 I 081 ); Allied Freight Broker LLC (59-2876864); Allied Systems (Canada) Company (90-
0169283); Allied Systems, Ltd. (L.P.) (58-1710028); Axis Areta, LLC (45-5215545); Axis Canada Company
(875688228); Axis Group, Inc. (58-2204628); Commercial Carriers, Inc. (38-0436930); CT Services, Inc. (38-
2918187); Cordin Transport LLC (38-1985795); F.J. Boutell Driveaway LLC (38-0365100); GACS Incorporated
(58-1944786); Logistic Systems, LLC (45-4241751); Logistic Technology, LLC (45-4242057); QAT, Inc. (59-
2876863); RMX LLC (31-0961359); Transport Support LLC (38-2349563); and Terminal Services LLC (91-
0847582). The location of the Debtors' corporate headquarters and the Debtors' address for service of process is
2302 Parklake Drive, Bldg. 15, Ste. 600, Atlanta, Georgia 30345.
period August 1, 2012 through to and including August 31, 2012 (the "Compensation Period").
ln support of this Application, Gowlings respectfully represents as follows:
Background
I. On May 17, 2012 (the "Involuntary Petition Date"), involuntary
petitions were filed against All ied Systems Holdings, Inc. ("Allied Holdings") and its subsidiary
Allied Systems, Ltd. (L.P .) ("Allied Systems") under chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code in this
Court. On June 10, 2012 (the "Voluntary Petition Date," and together with the Involuntary
Petition Date, the "Petition Date," as applicable to the particular Debtor), the remaining Debtors
filed voluntary petitions in this Court and, in connection therewith, Allied Holdings and Allied
Systems consented to the involuntary petitions filed against them. Additional information
regarding the Debtors' business and the background relating to events leading up to the above-
captioned chapter 11 cases can be found in the Declaration of Scott D. Macaulay in Support of
First-Day Pleadings [Docket No. 80] which was filed on the Voluntary Petition Date.
2. Gowlings was retained effective as of the Voluntary Petition Date by this
Court's Order dated August 7, 2012 (the "Retention Order"). The Retention Order authorized
Gowlings to be compensated on an hourly basis and to be reimbursed for actual and necessary
out-of-pocket expenses.
Compensation Paid and Its Source
3. All services for which compensation is requested by Gowlings were
performed for or on behalf of the Debtors.
4. Except to the extent of the retainer paid to Gowlings as described in the
application seeking approval ofGowlings' employment by the Debtors during the period covered
by this Application, Gowlings has received no payment and no promises for payment from any
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source for services rendered or to be rendered in any capacity whatsoever in connection with the
matters covered by this Application. There is no agreement or understanding between Gowlings
and any other person for the sharing of compensation to be received for services rendered in
these cases.
Fee Statements
5. The fee statement for the Compensation Period is attached hereto as
Exhibit B. This statement contains daily time logs describing the time spent by each
professional and paraprofessional for this period. To the best of Gowlings' knowledge, this
Application complies with sections 330 and 331 of the Bankruptcy Code, the Federal Rules of
Bankruptcy Procedure, the Guidelines adopted by the Office of the United States Trustee, Del.
Bankr. L.R. 2016-2, and the Administrative Order.
Actual and Necessary Expenses
6. A summary of actual and necessary expenses and daily logs of expenses
incurred by Gowlings during the Compensation Period is attached hereto as Exhibit B.
Gowlings charges all of its bankruptcy clients $.10 per page for photocopying expenses and $. 10
per page for printing. Actual long-distance carrier charges for outgoing facsimile transmissions
are reflected in the long-distance telephone charges.
7. Regarding providers of on-line legal research ~ . LEXIS and
WESTLA W), Gowlings charges all of its clients the standard usage rates these providers charge,
which, due to contractual flat fees, may not always equal Gowlings' actual cost. Gowlings
currently is under contract to pay these providers a flat fee every month. Charging its clients the
on-line providers' standard usage rates allows Gowlings to cover adequately the monthly flat
fees it must pay to these types of providers.
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8. Gowlings believes the foregoing rates are the market rates that the
majority of Canadian law firms charges clients for such services.
Summary of Services Rendered
9. The partners and associates of Gowlings who have rendered professional
services in these cases are as follows: Paul Dempsey, Hugh Christie, Cliff Prophet, Chris
Eustace, Boyd Balogh, J ennifer Starn, Ronald Snyder, Heather Gray, Ava Kim and Nadia
Conforti. The paraprofessionals of Gowlings who have provided service to these professionals
in these cases is as follows: Jason McMurtrie, Katie Parent and Lauren Enquist.
1 0. Gowlings, by and through the above-named persons, has prepared and/or
assisted in the preparation of various applications and orders submitted to the Court for
consideration, advised the Debtors on a regular basis with respect to various matters in
connection with these cases, and has performed all necessary professional services which are
described and narrated in detail hereinafter.
Summary of Services By Project
11. The services rendered by Gowlings during the Compensation Period can
be grouped into the categories set fmth below. These categories are generally described below,
with a more detailed identification of the actual services provided set forth on the attached
Exhibit A. The professionals and paraprofessionals who rendered services relating to each
category are identified, along with the number of hours for each individual and the total
compensation sought for each category, in Exhibit A attached hereto.
A. Case Administration/Miscellaneous Matters
Fees: $559.50 Total Hours: 1. 60
This category includes all matters related to filing documents with the Court,
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service thereof, maintenance of calendars, review of work in process reports, review of notices of
appearance and maintaining service lists.
B. Creditor Inquiries
Fees: $0.00 Total Hours: 0.0
This category includes all matters related to responding to creditor inquiries.
C. Meetings
Fees: $0.00 Total Hours: 0.0
This category includes all matters related to preparing for and attending meetings
with Debtors, the creditors' committees, individual creditors, the U.S. Trustee and co-counsel.
D. Executory Contracts/Unexpired Leases
Fees: $0.00 Total Hours: 0.0
This category includes all matters related to contract and lease analysis and
matters related to assumption, assignment or rejection of executory contracts and unexpired
leases.
E. Automatic Stay/ Adequate Protection
Fees: $0.00 Total Hours: 0.0
This category includes all matters related to and including all motions to modify
the automatic stay, issues related to the effect of the automatic stay or pending matters, and all
other types of actions where adequate protection is the central issue.
F. Plan of Reorganization/Disclosure Statement
Fees: $0.00 Total Hours: 0.0
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This category includes all matters related to review, formulation, negotiation,
preparation and promulgation of plans of reorganization, disclosure statements, and related
corporate documentation and research relating thereto.
G. Use. Sale. Lease of Assets
Fees: $0.00 Total Hours: 0.0
This category includes all matters relating to acquisitions, dispositions and other
post petition uses of property of the estate.
H. Cash Collateral/DIP Financing
Fees: $0.00 Total Hours: 0.0
This category includes all matters relating to negotiation and documentation of
debtor in possession financing and post-confirmation financing, all cash collateral issues and
related pleadings.
I. Claims Administration
Fees: $666.00 Total Hours: 1.80
This category includes all matters related to and including claims administration
matters and bar date matters, including claims objections and related contested matters.
J. Court Hearings
Fees: $0.00 Total Hours: 0.0
This category includes all matters relating to preparation for and attendance at
court hearings.
K. General Corporate/Real Estate
Fees: $5,020.00 Total Hours: 7. 10
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This category includes all matters relating to transactional, corporate governance
and related matters involving the debtors' business operations that are not part of a plan of
reorganization or disclosure statement.
L. Schedules/SOF AIU .S. Trustee Reports
Fees: $0.00 Total Hours: 0.0
This category includes preparation of schedules and amendments, statements of
financial affairs and amendments, operating reports and other reports required by the U.S.
Trustee or Bankruptcy Court.
M. Employee Issues
Fees: $34,104.00 Total Hours: 58.50
This category includes all matters related to employee wages, benefits, collective
bargaining issues, other employee relations matters, ERISA, and retirement benefits.
N. Environmental
Fees: $0.00 Total Hours: 0.0
This category includes all environmental matters, other than environmental
aspects of plan of reorganization.
0. Tax Issues
Fees: $0.00 Total Hours: 0.0
This category includes all federal and state income, property, employment, excise
and other tax matters, other than the tax aspects of plan of reorganization.
P. Liti gation/Adversary Proceedings
Fees: $128.00 Total Hours: 0.20
This category includes all matters relating to litigation and adversary proceedings.
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Q-1. Gowlings Applications
Fees: $1,163.00
Total Hours: 1.80
This category includes all matters related to preparing applications to retain
Gowlings and supplements thereto.
Q-2. Retention of Others
Fees: $1099.50 Total Hours: 2.30
This category includes time spent reviewing applications for retention by other
professionals, objecting to the retention of other professionals and assisting other professionals
with preparing and filing retention applications.
R-1. Gowlings Fee Application
Fees: $13,692.00 Total Hours: 35.60
This category includes all time spent preparing, reviewing, filing, circulating
and/or relating to monthly invoices and fee applications for Gowlings.
R-2. Fee Application of Others
Fees: $0.00 Total Hours: 0.0
This category includes time spent reviewing invoices or applications of other
professionals, objecting to fees of other professionals and assisting other professionals with filing
and circulating monthly invoices and applications.
S. Vendor/Supplies
Fees: $0.00 Total Hours: 0.0
This category includes all matters related to vendors and suppliers, including
reclamation issues.
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T. Non-Working Travel
Fees: $0.00 Total Hours: 0.0
This category includes all travel time not otherwise chargeable.
U. Utilities
Fees: $0.00 Total Hours: 0.0
This category includes all matters related to utility issues.
V. Insurance
Fees: $646.00 Total Hours: 3.80
This category includes all matters related to insurance policies or coverage.
Valuation of Services
12. Professionals and paraprofessionals of Gowlings have expended a total of
112.70 hours in connection with this matter during the Compensation Period, as follows:
PROFESSIONALS HOURS HOURLY RATE
Paul Dempsey 2.50 $790.00
Hugh Christie 1.90 $760.00
Cliff Prophet 2.0 $750.00
Chris Eustace 20.10 $725.00
Boyd Balogh 3.20 $650.00
Jennifer Starn 21.70 $640.00
Ronald Snyder 5.30 $370.00
Heather Gray 6.0 $525.00
Ava Kim 28.70 $370.00
Nadia Conforti 3.80 $170.00
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PARA PROFESSIONALS
Jason McMurtrie
Katie Parent
Lauren Enquist
HOURS
0.50
16.40
0.60
HOURLY RATE
$375.00
$300.00
$225.00
The nature of the work performed by these persons is fully set forth in Exhibit A attached
hereto. These are Gowlings' normal hourly rates for work of this character. The reasonable
value of the services rendered by Gowlings to the Debtors during the Compensation Period is
$64,498. 14 ($57,078.00 plus HST in the amount of$7,420.14).
13. In accordance with the factors enumerated m section 330 of the
Bankruptcy Code, it is respectfully submitted that the amount requested by Gowlings is fair and
reasonable given (a) the complexity of these cases, (b) the time expended, (c) the nature and
extent of the services rendered, (d) the value of such services, and (e) the costs of comparable
services other than in a case under this title. Moreover, Gowlings has reviewed the requirements
of Del. Bankr. L.R. 2016-2 and believes that this Application complies with that Rule.
WHEREFORE, Gowlings respectfully requests that the Court authorize that for
the period August 1, 2012 through August 31,2012, an allowance be made to Gowlings pursuant
to the terms of the Administrative Order, with respect to the sum of $64,498.14 as compensation
for necessary professional services rendered (80% of which equals $51,598.51 ), and the sum of
$1 ,3 99.52 as 1 00% reimbursement of actual necessary costs and expenses, for a total of
$52,998.03 and that such sums be authorized for payment and for such other and further relief as
this Court may deem just and proper.
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Dated: October I ~ 2012
Toronto, Ontario
Respectful
Is/
Cfi'fif ust SUC o.410700U)
Jennifer Starn (LSUC No. 467351)
Ava Kim (LSUC No. 57256C)
Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP
One First Canadian Place
100 King Street West, Suite 1600
Toronto, Ontario, MSX 1 G5
Telephone: ( 416) 862-4467
Facsimile: ( 416) 863-3467
E-mail: chris.eustace@gowlings.com
E-mail: jennifer.stam@gowlings.com
E-mail: ava.kim@gowlings.com
Canadian Counselfor the Debtors
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VERIFICATION
PROVINCE OF ONT ARlO )
) SS:
CITY OF TORONTO )
Ava Kim, after being duly sworn according to law, deposes and says:
a) I am an associate with the applicant firm, Gowling Lafleur Henderson
LLP.
b) I am familiar with the work performed on behalf of the Debtors by the
lawyers in the firm.
c) I have reviewed the foregoing Application and the facts set forth therein
are true and correct to the best of my knowledge, infonnation and belief. Moreover, I have
reviewed Del. Bankr. L.R. 2016-2, and submit that the Application substantially complies with
such order.
S W O R ~ \ AND SUBSCRIBED before me
th;s_:ay of:tober, 2012.

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IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF DELAWARE

In re:
ALLIED SYSTEMS HOLDINGS, INC., et al.,
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Debtors.
Chapter 11
Case No. 12-11564 (CSS)
(Jointly Administered)
Objection Deadline: October 22, 2012 at 4:00 p.m. (EDT)

NOTICE OF THIRD MONTHLY FEE APPLICATION
OF GOWLING LAFLEUR HENDERSON LLP

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP (the
"Applicant") has today filed the attached Third Monthly Application of Gowling Lafleur
Henderson LLP for Allowance of Compensation for Services Rendered and for
Reimbursement of Expenses as Canadian Counsel to the Debtors and Debtors-in-
Possession for the Period from August 1, 2012 through August 31, 2012 (the Application)
with the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware, 824 Market Street, 3rd
Floor, Wilmington, Delaware 19801 (the Bankruptcy Court).
PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that objections, if any, to the Application
must be made in accordance with the Order Establishing Procedures for Interim Compensation
and Reimbursement of Expenses for Professionals and Official Committee Members (the
Interim Compensation Order), entered July 10, 2012 [Docket No. 215], and must be filed

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The Debtors in these cases, along with the federal tax identification number (or Canadian business number
where applicable) for each of the Debtors, are: Allied Systems Holdings, Inc. (58-0360550); Allied Automotive
Group, Inc. (58-2201081); Allied Freight Broker LLC (59-2876864); Allied Systems (Canada) Company (90-
0169283); Allied Systems, Ltd. (L.P.) (58-1710028); Axis Areta, LLC (45-5215545); Axis Canada Company
(875688228); Axis Group, Inc. (58-2204628); Commercial Carriers, Inc. (38-0436930); CT Services, Inc. (38-
2918187); Cordin Transport LLC (38-1985795); F.J. Boutell Driveaway LLC (38-0365100); GACS Incorporated
(58-1944786); Logistic Systems, LLC (45-4241751); Logistic Technology, LLC (45-4242057); QAT, Inc. (59-
2876863); RMX LLC (31-0961359); Transport Support LLC (38-2349563); and Terminal Services LLC (91-
0847582). The location of the Debtors corporate headquarters and the Debtors address for service of process is
2302 Parklake Drive, Bldg. 15, Ste. 600, Atlanta, Georgia 30345.

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with the Clerk of the Bankruptcy Court, and be served upon and received by: (i) the Debtors,
Allied Systems Holdings, Inc., 2302 Parklake Drive, Bldg. 15, Ste. 600, Atlanta, Georgia 30345
(Attn: John A. Blount); (ii) co-counsel to the Debtors, Troutman Sanders LLP, Bank of America
Plaza, 600 Peach Street, Suite 5200, Atlanta, Georgia 30308 (Attn: Jeffrey W. Kelley) and
Richards, Layton & Finger, P.A., One Rodney Square, 920 N. King Street, Wilmington,
Delaware 19801 (Attn: Mark D. Collins); (iii) the Office of the United States Trustee for the
District of Delaware, 844 N. King Street, Suite 2207, Lockbox 35, Wilmington, Delaware 19801
(Attn: David L. Buchbinder); and (iv) co-counsel to the Committee, Sidley Austin LLP, 787
Seventh Avenue, New York, New York 10019 (Attn: Michael G. Burke) and Sullivan Hazeltine
Allinson LLC, 901 North Market Street, Suite 1300, Wilmington, Delaware 19801 (Attn:
William D. Sullivan); (collectively, the Notice Parties) so as to be received no later than
October 22, 2012 at 4:00 p.m. (the Objection Deadline).
PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that if no objections are received by the
Notice Parties prior to the Objection Deadline, in accordance with the Interim Compensation
Order, the Applicant may be paid certain fees and expenses pursuant to the terms of the Interim
Compensation Order, without further notice or hearing. If an objection is properly filed and
served and such objection is not otherwise resolved, or the Bankruptcy Court determines that a
hearing should be held in respect of the Application, a hearing will be held at a time convenient
to the Bankruptcy Court. Only those objections made in writing and timely filed, served and

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received in accordance with the Interim Compensation Order will be considered by the
Bankruptcy Court at the hearing.
Dated: October 2, 2012
Wilmington, Delaware
/s/ Marisa A. Terranova _____________________
Mark D. Collins (No. 2981)
Christopher M. Samis (No. 4909)
Marisa A. Terranova (No. 5396)
RICHARDS, LAYTON & FINGER, P.A.
One Rodney Square
920 North King Street
Wilmington, Delaware 19801
Telephone: (302) 651-7700
Facsimile: (302) 651-7701
E-mail: collins@rlf.com
E-mail: samis@rlf.com
E-mail: terranova@rlf.com

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Jeffrey W. Kelley (GA Bar No. 412296)
Ezra H. Cohen (GA Bar No. 173800)
TROUTMAN SANDERS LLP
Bank of America Plaza
600 Peachtree Street, Suite 5200
Atlanta, Georgia 30308-2216
Telephone: (404) 885-3000
Facsimile: (404) 885-3900
E-Mail: jeffrey.kelley@troutmansanders.com
E-Mail: ezra.cohen@troutmansanders.com

Counsel for Debtors and Debtors-in-Possession
EXHIBIT "A"
A. CASE ADMINISTRA TIONIMISCELLANEOUS MATTERS
Professional Name Billed Amount Billed Hours
Ava Kim $222.00 0.60
Jason McMurtrie $187.50 0.50
Katie Parent $150.00 0.50
Grand Total $559.50 1.60
B. CREDITOR INQUIRIES
N/A
C. MEETINGS
NIA
D. EXECUTORY CONTRACTS/UNEXPIRED LEASES
NIA
E. AUTOMATIC STAY/ADEQUATE PROTECTION
N/A
F. PLAN OF REORGANIZATION/DISCLOSURE STATEMENT
N/A
G. USE, SALE, LEASE OF ASSETS
N/A
H. CASH COLLATERAL/DIP FINANCING
NIA
I. CLAIMS ADMINISTRATION
Professional Name Billed Amount Billed Hours
Ava Kim $666.00 1.80
Grand Total $666.00 1.80
J. COURT HEARINGS
N/A
K. GENERAL CORPORATE/REAL ESTATE
Professional Name Billed Amount Billed Hours
Chris Eustace $4,060.00 5.60
Jennifer Starn $960.00 1.50
Grand Total $5,020.00 7.10
L. SCHEDULES/SOFA/U.S. TRUSTEE REPORTS
N/A
M. EMPLOYEE ISSUES
Professional Name Billed Amount Billed Hours
Paul Dempsey $1,975.00 2.50
Hugh Christie $1,444.00 1.90
Cliff Prophet $1,500.00 2.0
Chris Eustace $5,655.00 7.80
Boyd Balogh $2,080.00 3.20
Jennifer Starn $12,800.00 20.0
Ronald Snyder $1,961.00 5.30
Heather Gray $3,150.00 6.0
Ava Kim $3,404.00 9.20
Lauren Enquist $135.00 0.60
Grand Total $34,104.00 58.50
N. ENVIRONMENTAL
N/A
0 . TAX ISSUES
N/A
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P. LITIGATION/ADVERSARY PROCEEDINGS
Professional Name Billed Amount Billed Hours
Je1mifer Starn $128.00 0.20
Grand Total $128.00 0.20
Q-1. GOWLINGS APPLICATIONS
Professional Name Billed Amount Billed Hours
Chris Eustace $1,015.00 1.40
Ava Kim $148.00 0.40
Grand Total $1,163.00 1.80
Q-2. RETENTION OF OTHERS
Professional Name Billed Amount Billed Hours
Chris Eustace $507.50 .70
Ava Kim $592.00 1.60
Grand Total $1,099.50 2.30
R-1. GOWLINGS FEE APPLICATION
Professional Name Billed Amount Billed Hours
Chris Eustace $3,335.00 4.60
Ava Kim $5,587.00 15.10
Katie Parent $4,770.00 15.90
Grand Total $13,692.00 35.60
R-2. FEE APPLICATION OF OTHERS
N/A
s. VENDOR/SUPPLIES
N/A
T. NON-WORKING TRAVEL
N/A
u. UTILITIES
N/A
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V. INSURANCE
Professional Name Billed Amount Billed Hours
Nadia Conforti $646.00 3.80
Grand Total $646.00 3.80
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EXHIBIT "B"
See attached.
TOR_LAW\ 8005053\1
gowlings
montreal ottawa toronto hamilton waterl oo region calgary vancouver beijing moscow london
Allied Systems. (Canada) Company
ATTN: John Blount and Scott Macaulay
2302 Parklake Drive
Building 15, Suite 600
Atlanta GA 30345
USA
Our Matter:
RE:
T927136.25 I 104699
Restructuring (Post Filing)
TOOURFEE:
Fees for Professional Services
HSTonFees
Total Fees and Taxes
DISBURSEMENTS:
Disbursements (Ta.'\able)
Disbursements (Non-Taxable)
HST on Disbursements
Total Disbursements and Taxes
TOTAL INVOICE BALANCE:
Total for this Invoice
[ Total HST: $7,569.64 ]
September 21,2012
INVOICE: 17562496
$57,078.00
7.420.14
64,498.14
1,150.02
100.00
149.50
1,399.52
65,897.66
Please remit total invoice balance due: In Canadian Dollars
I rms: due upon rocolpl
lnte<cst at the rate ol1.3'llt per annum willlle chnrgc'tl on all amount5 not paid within one n1onth from the date of this Invoice
cnors and omissions
GST/ HST: 11.936 4511. RT
Gowling Lafleur HendetSOn LLP Lawyers Patent and Trode-mark Agents
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l. First Canadian Place .1.00 King Street West Suite 1600 Toronto Ontario. M5X 1G5 Cana<la T 416-862-7525 F 416-862-7661 gowllngs.com
gowling;
Allied Systems (Canada) Company
Our Matter: T927136.25
Restructuring (Post Filing)
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
Date Hours Timekeeper
Ol/08/2012 0.70 Hugh A Christie
Ol/08/2012 2.40 Chris J. Eustace
Ol/08/2012 3. 10 Jennifer Stam
02/08/2012 1.20 Hugh A Christie
02/08/2012 0.90 Chris J. Eustace
02/08/2012 0.30 Ava Kim
02/08/2012 0.70 Jennifer Starn
03/08/2012 3.10 Chris J. Eustace
03/08/2012 1.20 Jennifer Stam
06/08/2012 0.70 Chris J. Eustace
06/08/2012 5.30 Ronald M. Snyder
07/08/2012 1.00 Chris J. Eustace
07/08/2012 1.10 Ava Kim
Description
September 21, 2012
INVOICE: 17562496
Review KERP and telephone attendance with J. Stam/C. Eustace
(.50); telephone attendance with R. Snyder (.1 0);
Review Key Employee Retention Plan and correspondence with
Hugh Cluistie and J. Starn re same (0.90); emails from/to Marisa
A. Temmova, Esq. re Gowlings Revised Retention order (0.20);
various emails Jennifer Stam, Cluistopher Samis and Ava Kim
re Revised Retention Order (0.30); attendances re Nova Scotia
corporate Jaw govcrance (0.9);
Conference call with Ezra Cohen, C. Eustace and Charles Reagh
re Nova Scotia law matters (1.0); drafting settlement proposal re
D&O ( 1.6); conversation with Hugh Christie/C. Eustace re
proposed KERP (.5).
Revise KERP for Canadian employment law (.80); telephone
attendance G. Geddes (.40);
Review H. Christie emai ls and attachments re KERP (0.5);
vari ous attendances including execution of Supplemental
Retention Affidavit (0.4);
Anendancc to execution and filing of amended supplemental
retention affidavit of C. Eustace;
Reviewing draft KERP (.5); correspondence redraft KERP (.2).
Review email from Jennifer Starn rc Gowlings comments on
KERP to Jeffery Cavender (0.2); various emails reproposed
conference call tomorrow (0.3); attendances re D&O strategy
(0.8); review email/attachments re Canadian real estate (0.7);
review email/attachments re Canadian PPSA issues (0.7);
various discussion re Retention issues (0.4);
Conversation re D&O Charge strategy ( 1.0); follow up
correspondence re D&O strategy (.2)
Update re Canada Labour Code issues (0.7)
Telephone calls from E. Cohen to discuss multiple Director
liability issues pursuant to the Canada Labour Code (1.0);
review jurisprudence and commence drafting of Memorandums
(3.8); telephone call wit11 J. Starn and C. Eustace advising of
same (.50);
Various attendances re labour law matters (0.5); review J. Stam
settlement points (0.5);
Reviewing administrative order of Delaware Court re fee
applications (.80); correspondence regarding same (.30);
torms: duo upon receipt
Interest at the rotc or 1.3% por annum will be charged on all amount& not paid within one month trom the date of this invoice
errors and omissions excluded
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INVOICE: 17562496
Date Hours Timekeeper Description
07/08/2012 0.70 Cliff Prophet Discussion with J. Starn re approaches to bargainning unit
employees;
07/08/2012 4.00 Jennifer Stam Conversation with Ezra Cohen re D&O charge issue (.5);
conversation with Ron Snyder re labour law issues (.5); follow
up correspondence with Ezra Cohen rc labour law issues (.4);
conversation with John Blount re CAW settlement options (.5);
drafting settlement talking points for CAW meeting (l . 7); follow
up conversation with John Blount on CAW settlement points
(.4).
08/08/2012 1.00 Chris J. Eustace Instmctions and correspondence re fee application (0.6); updates
re settlement terms and related matters (0.4);
08/08/2012 5.50 Ava Kim Preparation of first monthly fee application for June fees (2.50);
preparation of summaries of fees by categories (2.8);
correspondence regarding same (.20);
08/08/2012 1.80 Jennifer Starn Drafting settlement term sheet and order (.8); conversation with
John Blount re CAW meeting (.3); considering settlement terms
(.5); correspondence reinsurance litigation (.2).
09/08/2012 1.10 Chris J. Eustace Further attendances re CAW settlement (0.5); correspondence re
fee application (0.5);
09/08/2012 3.90 Ava Kim Preparation of draft letter directing claims holders to claims
agent and correspondence regarding same ( 1. 80); preparation of
first monthly fee application for June fees and summaries of fees
by category (2. I 0);
09/08/2012 0.30 Cliff Prophet Further discussion re termination and severance claim issues;
09/08/2012 2.80 Jennifer Stam Working on settlement term sheet and order (1.8); reviewing
background documents for help on drafting settlement term
sheet (.8); correspondence re CAW settlement (.2).
10/08/2012 1.00 Chris J. Eustace Receipt and review first monthly fee application from Ava Kim;
10/08/2012 1.30 Ava Kim Finalizing and circulating first monthly fee application for June
fees and exhibits thereto;
10/08/2012 1.40 Jennifer Starn Revising proposed settlement with CAW (.7); conversation with
Bany Wads>.vorth at the CAW re proposed settlement ( .5);
follow up correspondence with Allied and Duff & Phelps re
severance calculations (.2).
13/08/2012 1.50 Chris J. Eustace Attend to fee application review (0.3); review issues re ASC
D&O issues (0.4); receipt of various ASC/Axis provincial
filings and complete same (0.8);
13/08/2012 2.50 Heather M. Gmy Review US case provided by counsel (.50); review Term Sheet
and related Order (.30); consider issue of agreement not to
execute with regard to existing policies (.30); review and
consider Allied Canada D&O policies ( 1.40);
13/08/2012 0.50 Jemtifer Starn Conversation with Ezra Cohen re D&O settlement (.5).
14/08/2012 1.30 Chris J. Eustace Emailslcorrespondence re Order, reviewing US Orders (0.2);
emails re Canadian real estate/mortgages and attendances re
terms: due upon receipt
Interest at the rate of 1.3% per annum will bo cl\arged on nil amounts not pnld within one monll\ ftom the dnte of this Invoice
errors and omisSions oxclullcd
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Date Hours
14/0812012 3.50
14/08/2012 0.60
14/08/2012 1.60
15/08/2012 3.20
15/08/2012 0.60
15/08/2012 1.00
15/08/2012 0.80
16/08/2012 3.00
16/08/2012 1.70
16/08/2012 2.80
16/08/2012 0.40
Timekeeper
Heather M. Gray
Ava Kim
Jennifer Stam
Boyd Balogh
Lauren Enquist
Chris J. Eustace
Jennifer Stam
Nadia Conforti
Chris J. Eustace
Ava Kim
Katie Parent
Description
September 21, 2012
INVOICE: 17562496
same (0.8); emails/correspondence re D&O Settlement and
status/issues (0.3);
Conduct additional research on US case law dealing with
agreements not to execute (I .0); review additional case law
considering the policy language in the Allied Canada policies
(.50); consider Term Sheet (.50); consider applicability of Side
B and C (.50); draft memorandum to B. Balogh and revise and
finalize memorandum (1.0);
Reviewing and responding to email correspondence re order
recognizing final US orders;
Conversation with John Blount re D&O issue (.4); revising term
sheet and order re D&O settlement (.3); conversation with Barry
Wadsworth re D&O settlement (.4); correspondence with Adam
Harris and Joe Latham resettlement terms (.3); correspondence
with Steven Golick resettlement terms (.3).
Review US and Canadian law rc: validity of limiting liabili ty to
policy coverage afforded;
Translating French letter to English;
Further attendances re ASCI Axis provincial filings (0.5);
attendances re Canadian real estate/liens (0.2); update re D&O
Settlement (0.3)
Conversation with Steven Golick re D&O settlement (.4);
conversation with Alex Rose re D&O settlement and security
review (.4).
Reviewing in detail the Insurance Act (Alberta) (1.50);
researching case commentary re: effect on policy coverage of
non-payment of deductible (.50); review of standard Alberta
auto policy and general statutory provisions (1.0);
Communications A. Kim!J. Starn re fee application (0.3); emaiJs
re Nova Scotia agent retainer (0.3); communications with C.
Reagh/C. Daniel re same (0.4); finalize certain /Ws/ASC
corporate filings (0.5);updates resettlement/proposal (0.2);
Telephone call with C. Eustace and J. Starn re fee application
(0.30); correspondence with C. Eustace and C. Reagh re Nova
Scotia counsel's fees (0.30); correspondence with US counsel re
retention ofNova Scotia counsel and compensation of fees
(0.40); reviewing fee application for month of June and relevant
invoice (0.80); correspondence with K. Parent re fee application
(0.30); reviewing and considering letter received from Regie du
Quebec rc pension liabilities and affidavit of J. Blount re D&O
motion (0. 70);
Office conference with A. Kim regarding the preparation of the
first fee application for filing with the Delaware Court (.30);
beginning review of materials for revising and finalizing same
(.10)
terms: due upon receipt
Interest at th& rate of 1.3% per annum will be charged on au amounts not paid within one month from the date of this Invoice
errors and omissions excluded
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Date Hours Timekeeper
16/08/2012 1.30 Jennifer Starn
17/08/2012 0.80 Nadia Conforti
17/08/2012 0.30 Chris J. Eustace
17/08/2012 1.00 Ava Kim
17/08/2012 0.50 Jason R. McMurtrie
17/08/2012 3.30 Katie Parent
17/08/2012 0.90 Jennifer Starn
20/08/2012 0.50 Cbris J. Eustace
20/08/2012 0.80 Ava Kim
20/08/2012 0.30 Katie Parent
20/08/2012 0.20 Cliff Prophet
21/08/2012 2.50 Paul Dempsey
Description
September 21, 20 12
INVOICE: 17562496
Conversation with Joe Latham re settlement proposal (.5);
revising draft settlement documents per conversation with Joe
Latham (.6); correspondence resettlement documents with John
Blount and Ezra Cohen (.2).
Researching and drafting memo re: insurance coverage effected
by non-payment of deductible;
Further communications resettlement order and related matters
(0.3);
Conferring with K. Parent re fee application for month of June
(0.30); correspondence regarding same (0.30); reviewing
docketing guidelines (0.40);
Speaking and meeting with K. Parent regarding transition of fi Ie
and status.
Office conference with J. McMurtrie regarding status of file
(.50); reviewing and considering memorandum from C. Eustace
dated June 18,2012 regarding docketing procedures for Allied
matters (.20); reviewing and considering the draft first fee
application (.70); reviewing June account for compliance with
Delaware Court docketing procedures in advance of revising and
finalizing first monthly fee application (1.0); office conference
with A. Kim regarding fee application (.30); drafting and
revising email to professionals team regarding corrections
required for June invoice prior to submitting accounts with the
fee application (.30); correspondence with Finance department
regarding invoice procedures (.30).
Conference call with Ezra Cohen and John Blount re Allied
Settlement Order and insurance issues (.7); correspondence re
settlement (.2).
Email from Cade Daniel re Allied list of real property owned or
leased as of April 2012 and attendances thereto (0.5);
Internal discussion with K. Parent re preparation of monthly fcc
applications for June and July (0.20); email to C. Eustace re June
and July invoices and preparation of fee applications (0.40);
internal discussion with C. Prophet re Quebec registered
pensions (0.20);
Telephone conference with C. Eustace assistant regarding the
preparation of pre-bills and invoices for fee applications (.10);
office conference with A. Kim regarding same and email to
professionals regarding docketing procedures (.20);
Instructions to A. Kim re issues concerning characterization of
multi-employer pension plan with employees in Quebec;
Telephone call between P. Dempsey and C. Prophet regarding
Quebec rules regarding MEPP funding upon withdrawal of
employer (.80); research Quebec rules regarding MEPP funding
(1.70);
terms: due upon roc:olpt
Interest at the rate or 1.3% per annum will bo '1\arged on all anwunts not paid within one month from the date or Ulls lnvok:e
errors and omissions ex,luded
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INVOICE: 17562496
Date Hours Timekeeper Description
21/08/2012 0.70 Chris J. Eustace Emails from Ava Kim re Gowlings billings and review same
(0.5); discuss re fee applications and K. Parent requests (0.2);
21/08/2012 3.10 Ava Kim Internal discussion with C. Prophet re Quebec registered pension
plans and claim of Regie des Rentes du Quebec (0.50);
reviewing letter and correspondence received ti'om the Regie
and considering implications ( 1.50); reviewing draft bargaining
employee term sheet and corresponding order ( 1.10);
21/08/2012 0.80 Cliff Prophet Instructions concerning response to letter from lawyers for
Regie des Rents re characterization of pension plans;
22/08/2012 0.20 Chris J. Eustace Further attendances re Gowlings fee application (0.2)
22/08/2012 1.20 Ava Kim Correspondence re retention affidavit of Nova Scotia counsel
(0.20); reviewing and revising retention affidavit of Nova Scotia
counsel (0.70); correspondence re Gowlings fee applications for
June and July (0.30);
24/08/2012 3.40 Ava Kim Revising June and July invoice docket entries for attachment to
fee application (1.90); discussions with C. Prophet and P.
Dempsey reapplication of Quebec Supplemental Pension Plan
Act pursuant to claim of the Regie des Rentes du Quebec (0.30);
verifying jurisdiction of registration of Allied's pension plans
(1.20);
24/08/2012 0.50 Katie Parent Correspondence with A. Kim regarding revisions to June and
July pre-bills for inclusion in June fee application (.10); revising
email and circulating same to professionals regarding docketing
procedures and guidelines (.30); correspondence with C. Jasper
regarding revisions to be made to June and July pre-bill
narratives (.1 0);
27/08/2012 0.60 Katie Parent Correspondence with C. Jasper regarding pre-bill narrative
revisions for fee application (.1 0); revising pre-bill narratives for
fee application (.SO);
29/08/2012 0.30 Chris J. Eustace Review correspondence A. Kim re pension matter (0.3);
29/0812012 3.70 Ava Kim Reviewing and considering relevant pension leg1slation in
Canada and Quebec re pension plans registered with the Regie
des Rentcs du Quebec (2.1 0); preparation of response letter to
Regie (1.60);
29/08/2012 3.00 Katie Parent Revising and updating pre-bill narratives for compliance with
Delaware Court guidelines for fee applications (2.5);
correspondence to A Kim regarding outstanding revisions(.30);
follow up with professionals regarding outstnnding revisions
(.10); telephone conference with C. Eustace regarding fee
application (.10}
29/08/2012 0.30 Jennifer Starn Correspondence with Joe Latham and others re D&O settlement
(.3).
30/0812012 0.40 Chris J. Eustace Updates from J. Slam re various updates (0.4)
30/08/2012 2.70 Katie J>arent Revising July pre-bill narratives for compliance with Delaware
court guidelines ( 1.20); correspondence with C. Jasper regarding
terms: due upon receipt
Interest ot the rate of 1.3% per onnum will be charged on all amounts not paid within one month from the dotu of this Invoice
orrol6 and omissions uxcludcd
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Date Hours
30/08/2012 1.30
31/08/2012 1.00
31108/2012 5.60
Timekeeper
Jennifer Stam
Chris J. Eustace
Katie Parent
Description
September 21, 2012
INVOICE: 17562496
pn:bills (.1 0); correspondence with A. Kim regarding ftrst
monthly fee application (.20); reviewing and finalizing June pre-
bill for fee application (.40); reviewing draft offtrst monthly fee
application (.30); revising same (.50);
Conference call with Joe Latham and Ezra Cohen re Black
Diamond concerns on union proposal (.5); follow up
correspondence to counsel to the committee re same (.3);
conference call with Scott Macaulay and Mitch Vininsky re
status of proceedings and sale process (.5).
Receipt from K. Parent and review draft Fee Application ( 1.0);
Revising and finalizing the first monthly fee application (5.40);
correspondence with A. Kim regarding same (.l 0); circulating
fee application to C. Eustace, J. Starn and A. Kim for review and
comment (. 10);
Total Fees for Professional Services $57.078.00
SUMMARY OF FEES
TK# TKName
9427 Balogh, Boyd
9065 Christie, Hugh A.
497l Conforti, Nadia
3486 Dempsey, Paul
8275 Enquist, Lauren
2260 Eustace, Chris
3292 Gray, Heather M.
4180 Kim, Ava
4920 McMurtrie, Jason R.
8438 Parent, Katie
1892 Prophet, Cliff
4058 Snyder, Ronald M.
8712 Starn, Jennifer
Totals
Billed Rate
650.00
760.00
170.00
790.00
225.00
725.00
525.00
370.00
375.00
300.00
750.00
370.00
640.00
DISBURSEMENTS
Non-Taxable Costs
22/08/2012 Filing of Annual Return - Agency
VENDOR: Field LLP; INVOICE#: 90211-l/2011A; DATE:
08/22/2012 - T927136- Nortwest Territories Agent Account -
tenns: due upon receipt
Hours
3.20
1.90
3.80
2.50
0.60
20.10
6.00
28.70
0.50
16.40
2.00
5.30
21.70
112.70
Interest at the rate of 1.3% per annum will be charged on oil amounts not paid withi n one month from tho date of this lnvolee
errors and omissions excluded
Amount
2,080.00
1,444.00
646.00
1,975.00
135.00
14,572.50
3,150.00
10,619.00
187.50
4,920.00
1,500.00
1,961.00
13,888.00

$100.00
gowlings
Taxable Costs
Copying
Scanning Service
Allied Systems (Canada) Company - C. Craig
Total Non-Taxable Disbursements
Long Distance Telephone
Binding
Courier
Courier- Fed Ex
Office Supplies & Corporate Records
Taxis - Local Travel
Conferenc.e Call Expenses
Quick Law: Research
WestlaweCarswell
22/08/2012 Agent Fees- Taxable
VENDOR: Field LLP; INVOICE#: 90211-l /2011A; DATE:
08/2212012 - T927136 - Nortwesl Territories Agent Account -
Allied Systems (Canada) Company- C. Craig
Total Taxable Disbursements
terms: due upoo1 receipt
September 21, 2012
INVOICE: 17562496
$100.00
$25.90
$4.20
$3.22
$45.40
$20.33
$38.03
$415.84
$82.99
$6.44
$121.17
$ 131.00
$255.50
$l.l50.02
Interest at the rate of 1.3% per annum will be charged on all amounts not paid within ono month from the date of this i nvoice
errors and omissions excluded
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INVOICE: 17562496
Remittance Copy
Client: 104699 Allied Systems (Canada) Company
T927136.25 Matter:
RE:
Amount Due:
Restmcturing (Post Filing)
$65,897.66
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BThTEFICIARY ACCOUNT NAME: Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP
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BENEFICIARY ACCOUNT NUMBER(S): CDN Account: 41-02916
USD Account: 02-21015
International payments intermediary banking information:
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* if paying by wire or EFT please e-mail the remittance details to payments@gowlings.com
terms: due upon rerelpt
Interest at the rate of 1..3% per annum will be charged on all amounts not pnid within one month from the date of this invoice
errors and omissions excluded
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