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Full title: Final Application for Compensation / Combined Fourth Interim and Final Fee Application of DLA Piper LLP (US) for Allowance of Compensation for Services Rendered and for Reimbursement of Expenses as Counsel to the Debtors for the Fourth Interim Compensation Period From February 1, 2021 Through April 30, 2021 and the Final Compensation for the period From May 17, 2020 to April 30, 2021 Filed by DLA Piper LLP (US). Objections due by 7/12/2021. (Attachments: # 1 Exhibit 1 # 2 Exhibit 2 # 3 Exhibit A # 4 Exhibit B # 5 Exhibit C # 6 Exhibit D # 7 Notice) (Brown, Stuart) (Entered: 06/21/2021)

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Amount of Fourth Interim Compensation Period expense reimbursement paid to date, including expense reimbursement $0.00 previously approved pursuant to a monthly fee application: Total amount of compensation and expense reimbursement sought for the Fourth $608,113.51 Interim Compensation Period not yet paid: Blended rate for all attorneys during the $925.08 Fourth Interim Compensation Period: Blended rate for all timekeepers during the $818.24 Fourth Interim Compensation Period: Fees: $10,487.50; Total Hours: 17.20 Final Compensation Period: Fees: $141,208.00; Total Hours: 215.10 This category includes all matters relating to filing documents with the Court, service thereof, creating and updating calendars, and preparation of necessary notices and certifications in these Chapter 11 Cases, as well as general case coordination among the DLA Piper team members. D. Asset Sales and Other Dispositions of Assets Fourth Interim Compensation Period: Fees: $107,901.00; Total Hours: 114.60 Final Compensation Period: Fees: $2,145,055.50; Total Hours: 2,646.00 This category includes all matters relating to drafting and revising motions and order to sell assets through private and auction sales, establishing procedures by which the Debtors were able to seek alternative bids, conducting multiple auctions, revising sale agreements and related exhibits, publications of sale notices, drafting declarations in support of sales, attending sale hearings, responding to and resolving objections to sale-related motions.This category includes communications regarding bidding and the sale process, such as drafting and negotiating confidentiality agreements for buyers, drafting and filing with the Court procedures for the sale of the Debtors’ remaining assets and de minimis assets, organizing the sale process for real property and other remaining assets, drafting and filing with the Court notices 7 relating to the sales of the Debtors’ remaining and de minimis assets, conducting post-closing matters regarding various sales, conducting work related to the motion to enforce the sale orders of CTL Transportation LLC and MCT Transportation LLC, and responding to objections to the sales of the Debtors’ real property and de minimis assets.Fourth Interim Compensation Period: Fees: $253.00; Total Hours: 0.20 Final Compensation Period: Fees: $140,654.50; Total Hours: 210.90 This category includes all matters relating to the retention of various professionals on behalf of the Debtors, including the preparation and filing of the retention application and related schedules for other professionals, including tax, real estate, and ordinary course professionals.

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IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF DELAWARE ---------------------------------------------------------------x : Chapter 11 In re: : : Case No. 20-11120 (LSS) COMCAR INDUSTRIES, INC., et al.,1 : : (Jointly Administered) Debtors. : Obj. Deadline: July 12, 2021 at 4:00 p.m. (EDT) : Related to D.I. 208, 213, 578, 939, 1264, 1301, 1328 ---------------------------------------------------------------x SUMMARY OF COMBINED FOURTH INTERIM AND FINAL FEE APPLICATION OF DLA PIPER LLP (US) FOR ALLOWANCE OF COMPENSATION FOR SERVICES RENDERED AND FOR REIMBURSEMENT OF EXPENSES AS COUNSEL TO THE DEBTORS FOR THE FOURTH INTERIM COMPENSATION PERIOD FROM FEBRUARY 1, 2020 THROUGH APRIL 30, 2021 AND THE FINAL COMPENSATION PERIOD FROM MAY 17, 2020 THROUGH APRIL 30, 2021 Name of Applicant: DLA Piper LLP (US) (“DLA Piper”) Authorized to Provide Professional Services The Debtors to: Date of Retention: June 17, 2020, nunc pro tunc to May 17, 2020 Fourth Interim Compensation Period for which compensation and reimbursement are February 1, 2020 through April 30, 2021 sought: Amount of compensation sought during the Fourth Interim Compensation Period as $598,049.50 actual, reasonable, and necessary: 1 The Debtors in these chapter 11 cases, along with the last four digits of each Debtor’s federal tax identification number, are: 9th Place Newberry, LLC (0359); 16th Street Pompano Beach, LLC (0278); CCC Spotting, LLC (0342); CCC Transportation, LLC (1058); Charlotte Avenue Auburndale, LLC (2179); Coastal Transport, Inc. (2918); Coastal Transport Logistics, LLC (7544); Comcar Industries, Inc. (8221); Comcar Logistics, LLC (2338); Comcar Properties, Inc. (9545); Commercial Carrier Corporation (8582); Commercial Carrier Logistics, LLC (7544); Commercial Truck and Trailer Sales Inc. (0722); Cortez Blvd. Brooksville, LLC (2210); CT Transportation, LLC (0997); CTL Distribution, Inc. (7383); CTL Distribution Logistics, LLC (7506); CTL Transportation, LLC (0782); CTTS Leasing, LLC (7466); Detsco Terminals, Inc. (9958); Driver Services, Inc. (3846); East Broadway Tampa, LLC (2233); East Columbus Drive Tampa, LLC (3995); Fleet Maintenance Services, LLC (1410); MCT Transportation, LLC (0939); Midwest Coast Logistics, LLC (7411); Midwest Coast Transport, Inc. (0045); New Kings Road Jacksonville, LLC (4797); Old Winter Haven Road Auburndale, LLC (4738); W. Airport Blvd. Sanford, LLC (0462); Willis Shaw Logistics, LLC (7341); WSE Transportation, LLC (0866). The corporate headquarters and the mailing address for the Debtors listed above is 8800 Baymeadows Way West, Suite 200, Jacksonville, Florida 32256.

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Amount of expense reimbursement sought during the Fourth Interim Compensation $10,064.01 Period as actual, reasonable, and necessary: Amount of Fourth Interim Compensation Period compensation paid to date, including $0.00 compensation previously approved pursuant to a monthly fee application: Amount of Fourth Interim Compensation Period expense reimbursement paid to date, including expense reimbursement $0.00 previously approved pursuant to a monthly fee application: Total amount of compensation and expense reimbursement sought for the Fourth $608,113.51 Interim Compensation Period not yet paid: Blended rate for all attorneys during the $925.08 Fourth Interim Compensation Period: Blended rate for all timekeepers during the $818.24 Fourth Interim Compensation Period: Number of timekeepers during the Fourth 17 Interim Compensation Period: If applicable, number of professionals during the Fourth Interim Compensation Period not Not applicable. included in staffing plan approved by client: Number of professionals billing fewer than 15 hours to the case during the Fourth 10 Interim Compensation Period: Are any rates higher than those approved or disclosed at retention? If yes, calculate and disclose the total compensation sought in this No. application using the rates originally disclosed in the retention application: Final Compensation Period for which compensation and reimbursement are May 17, 2020 through April 30, 2021 sought: Amount of compensation sought during the Final Compensation Period as actual, $4,560,416.002 reasonable, and necessary: 2 Through this Application, DLA Piper requests authorization of additional fees and expenses, including in connection with the preparation, filing and prosecution of the Debtors’ professionals’ final fee applications, incurred 2

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Amount of expense reimbursement sought during the Final Compensation Period as $183,853.01 actual, reasonable, and necessary: Amount of Final Compensation Period compensation paid to date, including $3,573,764.40 compensation previously approved pursuant to a monthly or interim fee application: Amount of Final Compensation Period expense reimbursement paid to date, including expense reimbursement previously $171,628.47 approved pursuant to a monthly or interim fee application: Total amount of compensation and expense reimbursement sought during the Final $998,876.14 Compensation Period not yet paid: Blended rate for all attorneys during the $837.95 Final Compensation Period: Blended rate for all timekeepers during the $766.68 Final Compensation Period: Number of timekeepers during the Final 45 Compensation Period: If applicable, number of professionals during the Final Compensation Period not included Not applicable. in staffing plan approved by client: Number of professionals billing fewer than 15 hours to the case during the Final 29 Compensation Period: Are any rates higher than those approved or disclosed at retention? If yes, calculate and disclose the total compensation sought in this No. application using the rates originally disclosed in the retention application: This is an: X interim X final application between the period of May 1, 2021 through and including the hearing on such applications (the “Supplemental Fee Period”), which are estimated in an amount of approximately $25,000. DLA Piper will invoice the Debtors for fees and expenses actually incurred during the Supplemental Fee Period and will file a notice with the Court detailing such fees and expenses. The amounts sought in this Application do not reflect the fees and expenses incurred in connection therewith. 3

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Summary of Fee Applications: Requested Total Authorized Date Filed / Period Covered Fees Expenses Fees Expenses Docket No. 08/20/2020 May 17, 2020 – $1,859,080.50 $64,582.30 $1,859,080.50 $64,582.30 [D.I.578] July 31, 2020 11/20/2020 August 1, 2020 – $1,214,723.50 $100,278.56 $1,214,723.50 $100,278.56 [D.I. 939] October 31, 2020 03/09/2021 November 1, 2020 $888,562.50 $8,928.14 [D.I. 1264] –January 31, 2021 Summary of Any Objections to Fee Applications:N/A 4

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COMPENSATION BY PROFESSIONALS AND PARAPROFESSIONALS FOR THE FOURTH INTERIM COMPENSATION PERIOD OF FEBRUARY 1, 2021 THROUGH APRIL 30, 2021
Table 1 on page 5. Back to List of Tables
Name of Professional Position, Practice Group, Year
Obtained Relevant License to
Practice, Year Assumed Position
Hours Rate1 Amount
McKitterick, Nate Partner; Corporate; Member of the
California Bar since 1994; Joined the
Firm in 2005.
4.50 $1,370.00 $ 6,165.00
Brown, Stuart M. Partner; Restructuring; Member of the
Pennsylvania Bar since 1988; Member
of the New Jersey Bar since 1988;
Member of Delaware Bar since 2001;
Joined the Firm in 2011.
124.00 $1,265.00 156,860.00
Jurewicz, Witold Partner; Tax; Member of the Florida Bar
since 2008; Member of the New York
Bar since 2015; Joined the Firm in 2011.
3.00 $1,190.00 3,570.00
Willis, Jamila Justine Partner; Restructuring; Member of the
Connecticut Bar since 2010; Member of
the New York Bar since 2011; Joined
the Firm in 2014.
12.80 $1,135.00 14,528.00
Zollinger, Andrew B. Associate; Restructuring; Member of
the Texas Bar since 2009; Joined the
Firm in 2008.
58.70 $975.00 57,232.50
Layfield, Scott Associate; Restructuring; Member of
the California Bar since 2006; Joined the
Firm in 2014.
1.50 $920.00 1,380.00
Nair, Tara Associate; Restructuring; Member of
the Illinois Bar since 2016; Joined the
Firm in 2016.
191.80 $805.00 154,399.00
Stier, Erik F. Associate; Restructuring; Member of
the New York Bar since 2015; Joined
the Firm in 2014.
156.20 $795.00 124,179.00
Sheps, Nathan Associate; Restructuring; Member of
the New York Bar since 2019; Joined
the Firm in 2020.
8.70 $790.00 6,873.00
1 As provided in the terms of its engagement letter with the Debtors, attached to the Retention Order, DLA Piper’s hourly rates increased, effective January 1, 2021, in accordance with its established billing practices and procedures.

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Table 1 on page 6. Back to List of Tables
Name of Professional Position, Practice Group, Year
Obtained Relevant License to
Practice, Year Assumed Position
Hours Rate1 Amount
Moskalweicz, Rob Associate; Restructuring; Member of
the Illinois Bar since 2018; Joined the
Firm in 2021.
18.00 $645.00 11,610.00
Sarna, Matthew Associate; Restructuring; Member of
the Delaware Bar since 2018; Member
of the Maryland Bar since 2017; Joined
the Firm in 2018.
0.70 $670.00 469.00
Scolaro, Loren M. Associate; Restructuring; Member of
the Illinois Bar since 2019; Joined the
Firm in 2019.
2.90 $645.00 1,870.50
Countryman, William Lee Paralegal Specialist; Restructuring;
Joined the Firm in 2002.
110.20 $420.00 46,284.00
Fox, Carolyn B. Paralegal Specialist; Restructuring;
Joined the Firm in 2011.
24.90 $335.00 8,341.50
Pullan, Theresa Paralegal; Restructuring; Joined the
Firm in 2021.
9.20 $315.00 2,898.00
Grant, Derrell Discovery Specialist; Litigation
Support; Joined the Firm in 2014.
3.40 $390.00 1,326.00
Hudson, Staci Case Manager; Joined the Firm in 2011. 0.40 $160.00 64.00
TOTALS 730.90 598,049.50
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COMPENSATION BY PROFESSIONALS AND PARAPROFESSIONALS FOR THE FINAL COMPENSATION PERIOD OF MAY 17, 2020 THROUGH APRIL 30, 2021
Table 1 on page 7. Back to List of Tables
Name of Professional Position, Practice Group, Year
Obtained Relevant License to
Practice, Year Assumed Position
Hours Rate1 Amount
Klahr, Shmuel M. Partner; Finance; Member of the New
York Bar since 2005; Joined the Firm in
2011.
0.10 $1,380.00 $ 138.00
None None 29.40 $1,290.00 33,798.00
McKitterick, Nate Partner; Corporate; Member of the
California Bar since 1994; Joined the
Firm in 2005.
4.50 $1,370.00 6,165.00
None None 26.20 $1,280.00 33,536.00
Brown, Stuart M. Partner; Restructuring; Member of the
Pennsylvania Bar since 1988; Member
of the New Jersey Bar since 1988;
Member of Delaware Bar since 2001;
Joined the Firm in 2011.
183.40 $1,265.00 232,001.00
None None 720.30 $1,175.00 846,352.50
None None 3.00 587.502 1,762.50
Goodwin, Hugh Wesley,
Jr.
Partner; Tax – International (EB);
Member of the California Bar since
1986; Joined the Firm in 2005.
5.40 $1,240.00 6,696.00
Jurewicz, Witold Partner; Tax; Member of the Florida Bar
since 2008; Member of the New York
Bar since 2015; Joined the Firm in 2011.
3.00 $1,190.00 3,570.00
Willis, Jamila Justine Partner; Restructuring; Member of the
Connecticut Bar since 2010; Member of
the New York Bar since 2011; Joined
the Firm in 2014.
17.30 $1,135.00 19,635.50
None None 208.40 $1,060.00 220,904.00
Kennedy, Garrett David Partner; Employment; Member of the
New Jersey Bar since 2000; Member of
the New York Bar since 2010; Joined
the Firm in 2015.
2.90 $995.00 2,8850.50
Bedke, Mike Partner; Real Estate; Member of the
Florida Bar since 1984; Joined the Firm
in 1995.
4.00 $975.00 3,900.00
Muenker, James P. Partner; Restructuring; Member of the
Texas Bar since 1997; Joined the Firm
in 2020.
0.80 $975.00 780.00
Sobhani, Casey Partner; Real Estate; Member of the
California Bar since 1999; Joined the
Firm in 2017.
1.80 $925.00 1,665.00
1 As provided in the terms of its engagement letter with the Debtors, attached to the Retention Order, DLA Piper’s hourly rates increased, effective January 1, 2021, in accordance with its established billing practices and procedures. 2 Non-working travel is billed at 50% of standard rates.

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Table 1 on page 8. Back to List of Tables
Name of Professional Position, Practice Group, Year
Obtained Relevant License to
Practice, Year Assumed Position
Hours Rate1 Amount
Vann, Ryan Partner; Employment; Member of the
Illinois Bar since 2006; Joined the Firm
in 2018.
3.60 $890.00 3,204.00
Bidelman, Marlene J. Of Counsel; Real Estate; Member of the
Pennsylvania Bar since 1998; Member
of the Georgia Bar since 2001; Member
of the Tennessee Bar since 2005; Joined
the Firm in 2016.
0.90 $670.00 603.00
Zollinger, Andrew B. Associate; Restructuring; Member of
the Texas Bar since 2009; Joined the
Firm in 2008.
88.20 $975.00 85,995.00
None None 487.70 $890.00 434,053.00
Reagan, Amy Associate; Litigation & Regulatory;
Member of the Florida Bar since 2011;
Joined the Firm in 2012.
14.10 $940.00 13,254.00
Applebaum, Aaron S. Associate; Restructuring; Member of
the New York Bar since 2008; Member
of the Delaware Bar since 2011; Joined
the Firm in 2020.
1.10 $900.00 990.00
Layfield, Scott Associate; Restructuring; Member of
the California Bar since 2006; Joined the
Firm in 2014.
22.10 $920.00 20,332.00
None None 709.00 $790.00 560,110.00
Rooney, Amanda Grace Associate; Employment; Member of the
New York Bar since 2013; Member of
the District of Columbia Bar since 2017;
Member of the Virginia Bar since 2018;
Joined the Firm in 2015.
11.40 $825.00 9,405.00
Nair, Tara Associate; Restructuring; Member of
the Illinois Bar since 2016; Joined the
Firm in 2016.
277.90 $805.00 223,709.50
None None 678.70 $670.00 454,729.00
Stier, Erik F. Associate; Restructuring; Member of
the New York Bar since 2015; Joined
the Firm in 2014.
201.30 $795.00 160,033.50
None None 668.30 $560.00 444,419.50
Sheps, Nathan Associate; Restructuring; Member of
the New York Bar since 2019; Joined
the Firm in 2020.
11.20 $790.00 8,848.00
None None 5.30 $690.00 3,657.00
Ahmad, Marina Associate; Restructuring; Member of
the California Bar since 2017; Joined the
Firm in 2018.
0.70 $785.00 549.50
None None 177.50 $655.00 116,262.50
Allison, Katie Associate; Restructuring; Member of
the Illinois Bar since 2015; Joined the
Firm in 2017.
3.00 $760.00 2,355.00
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Table 1 on page 9. Back to List of Tables
Name of Professional Position, Practice Group, Year
Obtained Relevant License to
Practice, Year Assumed Position
Hours Rate1 Amount
Crespo, Janelly Associate; Litigation & Regulatory;
Member of the Florida Bar since 2016;
Joined the Firm in 2018.
12.60 $760.00 9,576.00
Mukherjee, Amrita Associate; Finance; Member of the New
York Bar since 2019; Joined the Firm in
2019.
6.30 $690.00 4,347.00
Scolaro, Loren M. Associate; Restructuring; Member of
the Illinois Bar since 2019; Joined the
Firm in 2019.
6.90 $645.00 4,450.50
None None 347.30 $555.00 192,751.50
Carpenter, Devin James Associate; Litigation & Regulatory;
Member of the Illinois Bar since 2018;
Joined the Firm in 2017.
12.80 $625.00 8,000.00
Kechichian, Sevag Associate; Tax – Transaction (EC);
Member of the California Bar since
2016; Joined the Firm in 2018.
0.50 $625.00 312.50
Lloyd, John Jacob Associate; Litigation & Regulatory;
Member of the Texas Bar since 2018;
Joined the Firm in 2018.
20.40 $625.00 12,750.00
Sarna, Matthew Associate; Restructuring; Member of
the Delaware Bar since 2018; Member
of the Maryland Bar since 2017; Joined
the Firm in 2018.
0.70 $670.00 469.00
None None 3.10 $560.00 1,736.00
Freilich, Matt Associate; Litigation & Regulatory;
Member of the Illinois Bar since 2019;
Joined the Firm in 2019.
10.40 $555.00 5,772.00
Spear, Jo Clair Attorney; Real Estate; Member of the
Florida Bar since 1990; Joined the Firm
in 2015.
37.90 $500.00 18,950.00
Countryman, William Lee Paralegal Specialist; Restructuring;
Joined the Firm in 2002.
164.20 $420.00 68,964.00
None None 443.50 $400.00 177,400.00
Fox, Carolyn B. Paralegal Specialist; Restructuring;
Joined the Firm in 2011.
31.70 $335.00 10,619.50
None None 79.40 $320.00 25,408.00
Pullan, Theresa Paralegal; Restructuring; Joined the
Firm in 2021.
10.10 $315.00 3,181.50
Wilson, Tennille F. Senior Paralegal; Restructuring; Joined
the Firm in 2018.
2.00 $310.00 620.00
Gillen, Michele Paralegal; Restructuring; Joined the
Firm in 2019.
11.30 $295.00 3,333.50
Chen, Eric Discovery Specialist; Litigation
Support; Joined the Firm in 2019.
2.80 $380.00 1,064.00
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Table 1 on page 10. Back to List of Tables
Name of Professional Position, Practice Group, Year
Obtained Relevant License to
Practice, Year Assumed Position
Hours Rate1 Amount
Hester, Matthew Discovery Specialist; Litigation
Support; Joined the Firm in 2010.
1.20 $380.00 456.00
Grant, Derrell Discovery Specialist; Litigation
Support; Joined the Firm in 2014.
3.40 $390.00 1,326.00
None None 76.80 $370.00 28,416.00
Solis, Jamie A. Senior Litigation Support Analyst;
Litigation; Joined the Firm in 2011.
18.00 $370.00 6,660.00
Dawson, Sandra Research Specialist; Joined the Firm in
2003.
1.80 $425.00 765.00
Kin, Kan Research Specialist; Joined the Firm in
2016.
1.60 $425.00 680.00
Mankevych, Inna Case Assistant; Leveraged Finance;
Joined the Firm in 2018.
1.50 $205.00 307.50
Hudson, Staci Case Manager; Joined the Firm in 2011. 0.40 $160.00 64.00
TOTALS 5,899.10 $4,560,416.00
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COMPENSATION BY PROJECT CATEGORY FOR THE SECOND INTERIM COMPENSATION PERIOD OF FEBRUARY 1, 2021 THROUGH APRIL 30, 2021
Table 1 on page 11. Back to List of Tables
Task Description Hours Amount
B110 Case Administration 17.20 $ 10,487.50
B120 Asset Analysis and Recovery 6.60 8,066.00
B130 Asset Sales and Other Disposition 114.60 107,901.00
B140 Relief from Stay / Adequate
Protection
30.60 23,952.50
B155 Court Hearings 54.80 38,239.00
B160 Employment Applications 0.20 253.00
B170 Fee Applications 56.00 29,246.00
B190 Other Contested Matters 8.10 5,812.50
B210 Business Operations 8.70 9,053.50
B211 Financial Reports 4.90 3,413.50
B230 Financing/Cash Collections 0.10 126.50
B310 Claims Administration 216.20 176,199.00
B320 Plan and Disclosure Statement 212.50 184,793.50
B410 General Bankruptcy Advice 0.40 506.00
Totals: 730.90 $598,049.50

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COMPENSATION BY PROJECT CATEGORY FOR THE FINAL COMPENSATION PERIOD OF MAY 17, 2020 THROUGH APRIL 30, 2021
Table 1 on page 12. Back to List of Tables
Task Description Hours Amount
B110 Case Administration 215.10 $ 141,208.00
B112 Creditor Inquiries 18.30 9,467.00
B120 Asset Analysis and Recovery 63.40 65,771.00
B130 Asset Sales and Other Disposition 2,646.00 2,145,055.50
B140 Relief from Stay / Adequate
Protection
147.50 103,490.00
B145 Utilities 4.50 3,665.50
B150 Meetings with Creditors’ Committee 86.90 88,265.00
B155 Court Hearings 335.50 233,591.00
B160 Employment Applications 210.90 140,654.50
B170 Fee Applications 269.70 151,916.00
B185 Assumption / Rejection of Contracts 132.60 92,242.50
B190 Other Contested Matters 539.50 344,681.50
B195 Non-Working Travel 3.001 1,762.50
B210 Business Operations 101.10 95,042.00
B211 Financial Reports 26.10 19,002.50
B220 Employee Benefits / Pensions 94.90 78,906.50
B230 Financing/ Cash Collections 72.50 76,164.50
B240 Tax Issues 4.30 4,972.50
B250 Real Estate 46.40 29,793.50
B310 Claims Administration 399.90 302,609.50
B320 Plan and Disclosure Statement 469.10 418,136.50
B410 General Bankruptcy Advice 11.90 14,018.50
Totals: 5,899.10 $4,560,416.00
1 Non-working travel is billed at 50% of standard rate.

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SUMMARY OF EXPENSES BY CATEGORY FOR THE FOURTH INTERIM COMPENSATION PERIOD OF FEBRUARY 1, 2021 THROUGH APRIL 30, 2021
Table 1 on page 13. Back to List of Tables
Expense Category Total Expenses
Postage and Delivery $ 709.26
Court Call 339.75
Online Research 4,868.30
Duplicating 1,895.25
Transcripts 523.45
Data Storage 1,728.00
TOTAL: $10,064.01

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SUMMARY OF EXPENSES BY CATEGORY FOR THE FINAL COMPENSATION PERIOD OF MAY 17, 2020 THROUGH APRIL 30, 2021
Table 1 on page 14. Back to List of Tables
Expense Category Total Expenses
Postage and Delivery $ 1,201.54
Filing Fees and Court Costs 56,874.00
Online Research 21,484.22
Duplicating Costs 6,614.12
Transcripts 2,272.30
Temporary Personnel 90,247.83
Data Storage 5,139.00
Corporate Filings 20.00
TOTAL: $183,853.01

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IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF DELAWARE ---------------------------------------------------------------x : Chapter 11 In re: : : Case No. 20-11120 (LSS) COMCAR INDUSTRIES, INC., et al.,1 : : (Jointly Administered) Debtors. : Obj. Deadline: July 12, 2021 at 4:00 p.m. (EDT) : Related to D.I. 208, 213, 578, 939, 1264, 1301, 1328 ---------------------------------------------------------------x COMBINED FOURTH INTERIM AND FINAL FEE APPLICATION OF DLA PIPER LLP (US) FOR ALLOWANCE OF COMPENSATION FOR SERVICES RENDERED AND FOR REIMBURSEMENT OF EXPENSES AS COUNSEL TO THE DEBTORS FOR THE FOURTH INTERIM COMPENSATION PERIOD FROM FEBRUARY 1, 2020 THROUGH APRIL 30, 2021 AND THE FINAL COMPENSATION PERIOD FROM MAY 17, 2020 THROUGH APRIL 30, 2021 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 Rule 2016-2 of the Local Rules of Bankruptcy Practice and Procedure of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware (the “Local Rules”), DLA Piper LLP (US) (“DLA Piper”), as counsel to Comcar Industries, Inc. and its affiliated debtors (as applicable, the “Debtors” or the “Reorganized Debtors”), hereby submits this fee application (the “Application”), seeking (i) allowance of compensation for professional services rendered in the amount of 1 The Debtors in these chapter 11 cases, along with the last four digits of each Debtor’s federal tax identification number, are: 9th Place Newberry, LLC (0359); 16th Street Pompano Beach, LLC (0278); CCC Spotting, LLC (0342); CCC Transportation, LLC (1058); Charlotte Avenue Auburndale, LLC (2179); Coastal Transport, Inc. (2918); Coastal Transport Logistics, LLC (7544); Comcar Industries, Inc. (8221); Comcar Logistics, LLC (2338); Comcar Properties, Inc. (9545); Commercial Carrier Corporation (8582); Commercial Carrier Logistics, LLC (7544); Commercial Truck and Trailer Sales Inc. (0722); Cortez Blvd. Brooksville, LLC (2210); CT Transportation, LLC (0997); CTL Distribution, Inc. (7383); CTL Distribution Logistics, LLC (7506); CTL Transportation, LLC (0782); CTTS Leasing, LLC (7466); Detsco Terminals, Inc. (9958); Driver Services, Inc. (3846); East Broadway Tampa, LLC (2233); East Columbus Drive Tampa, LLC (3995); Fleet Maintenance Services, LLC (1410); MCT Transportation, LLC (0939); Midwest Coast Logistics, LLC (7411); Midwest Coast Transport, Inc. (0045); New Kings Road Jacksonville, LLC (4797); Old Winter Haven Road Auburndale, LLC (4738); W. Airport Blvd. Sanford, LLC (0462); Willis Shaw Logistics, LLC (7341); WSE Transportation, LLC (0866). The corporate headquarters and the mailing address for the Debtors listed above is 8800 Baymeadows Way West, Suite 200, Jacksonville, Florida 32256.

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$598,049.50 and reimbursement of actual and necessary expenses in the amount of $10,064.01 that DLA Piper incurred for the period from February 1, 2021through April 30, 2021(the “Fourth Interim Compensation Period”)2 and payment of $608,113.51 for the Fourth Interim Compensation Period, (ii) final allowance of compensation for professional services rendered in the amount of $4,560,416.00 and reimbursement of actual and necessary expenses in the amount of $183,853.01 that DLA Piper incurred for the period from May 17, 2020 through April 30, 2021 (the “Final Compensation Period”), and (iii) such other and further relief as this Court may deem just and proper. In support of this Application, DLA Piper submits the Certification of Stuart M. Brown (the “Brown Certification”), attached hereto as Exhibit D and incorporated by reference. In further support of this Application, DLA Piper respectfully represents as follows: BACKGROUND 1. On May 17, 2020 (the “Petition Date”), each Debtor filed with this Court a voluntary petition for relief under chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code. 2. The Debtors continue to be in possession of their assets, oversee their businesses, and manage their properties as debtors in possession pursuant to sections 1107(a) and 1108 of the Bankruptcy Code. No request for the appointment of a trustee or examiner has been filed in these chapter 11 cases. 3. On May 28, 2020, the United States Trustee appointed an official committee of unsecured creditors [D.I. 113] (the “Committee”). 2 Through this Application, DLA Piper requests authorization of additional fees and expenses, including in connection with the preparation, filing and prosecution of the Debtors’ professionals’ final fee applications, incurred between the period of May 1, 2021 through and including the hearing on such applications (the “Supplemental Fee Period”), which are estimated in an amount of approximately $25,000. DLA Piper will invoice the Debtors for fees and expenses actually incurred during the Supplemental Fee Period and will file a notice with the Court detailing such fees and expenses. The amounts sought in this Application do not reflect the fees and expenses incurred in connection therewith. 2

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4. On June 17, 2020, DLA Piper was retained, effective as of the Petition Date, by this Court’s Order Granting Application of the Debtors for Entry of an Order (I) Authorizing Them to Retain and Employ DLA Piper LLP (US) as Counsel, Nunc Pro Tunc to the Petition Date and (II) Granting Related Relief [D.I. 206] (the “Retention Order”). The Retention Order authorizes DLA Piper to be compensated on an hourly basis and to be reimbursed for actual and necessary out-of-pocket expenses. 5. On August 20, 2020, DLA Piper filed the First Interim Application of DLA Piper (US) for Allowance of Compensation for Services Rendered and for Reimbursement of Expenses as Counsel to the Debtors for the Period from May 17, 2020 Through July 31, 2020 [D.I. 578] (the “First Interim Fee Application”) seeking allowance in the amount of $1,859,080.50 as compensation for services rendered and reimbursement of actual and necessary expenses incurred in the amount of $64,582.30 during the period from May 17, 2020 through July 31, 2020 (the “First Interim Compensation Period”). 6. On November 20, 2020, DLA Piper filed the Second Interim Application of DLA Piper (US) for Allowance of Compensation for Services Rendered and for Reimbursement of Expenses as Counsel to the Debtors for the Period from August 1, 2020 Through October 31, 2020 [D.I. 939] (the “Second Interim Fee Application”) seeking allowance in the amount of $1,214,723.50 as compensation for services rendered and reimbursement of actual and necessary expenses incurred in the amount of $100,278.56 during the period from August 1, 2020 through October 31, 2020 (the “Second Interim Compensation Period”). 7. On March 9, 2021, DLA Piper filed the Third Interim Application of DLA Piper (US) for Allowance of Compensation for Services Rendered and for Reimbursement of Expenses as Counsel to the Debtors for the Period from November 1, 2020 Through January 31, 2021 [D.I. 3

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1264] (the “Third Interim Fee Application”) seeking allowance in the amount of $888,562.50 as compensation for services rendered and reimbursement of actual and necessary expenses incurred in the amount of $8,928.14 during the period from November 1, 2020 through January 31, 2021 (the “Third Interim Compensation Period”). 8. On March 11, 2021, the Court entered an order [D.I. 1272] (the “Confirmation Order”) approving and confirming the Amended Combined Disclosure Statement and Chapter 11 Plan of Liquidation [D.I. 1101] (the “Amended Combined Disclosure Statement and Plan”). 9. On April 30, 2021 (the “Effective Date”), all conditions to the occurrence of the Effective Date set forth in the Amended Combined Disclosure Statement and Plan and Confirmation Order were satisfied or waived in accordance with the Amended Combined Disclosure Statement and Plan and Confirmation Order and the Effective Date of the Amended Combined Disclosure Statement and Plan occurred. COMPENSATION AND ITS SOURCE 10. All services for which compensation is requested by DLA Piper were performed for or on behalf of the Debtors. 11. During the Fourth Interim Compensation Period, other than from the Debtors, DLA Piper has received no payment and no promises for payment from any 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 DLA Piper and any other person other than the partners of DLA Piper for the sharing of compensation to be received for services rendered in these chapter 11 cases. 12. DLA Piper’s fee statement for the month of April 2021 (the “April Fee Statement”) is attached hereto as Exhibit 1. Fee statements for the months of February 2021 (the “February 4

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Fee Statement”) and March 2021 (the “March Fee Statement”, and collectively with the April Fee Statement and March Fee Statement, the “Fee Statements”) were attached as Exhibit A to the February Fee Statement and March Fee Statement, respectively, filed by the Debtors. See D.I. 1301, 1328. Each Fee Statement contains daily time logs describing the time spent by each lawyer and paraprofessional, broken down by task code. The hourly rates set forth in the Fee Statements are those customarily charged by DLA Piper for similar legal services. DLA Piper’s fees for services rendered by lawyers, paralegals and other professionals are customary and usual in the legal community in which DLA Piper practices. To the best of DLA Piper’s knowledge, this Application complies with sections 330 and 331 of the Bankruptcy Code, the Bankruptcy Rules, Appendix B Guidelines for Reviewing Applications for Compensation and Reimbursement of Expenses Filed Under 11 U.S.C. § 330 by Attorneys in Larger Chapter 11 Cases, effective as of November 1, 2013 (the “U.S. Trustee Guidelines”) adopted by the Office of the United States Trustee (the “U.S. Trustee”), and Local Rule 2016-2. ACTUAL AND NECESSARY EXPENSES 13. A description of actual and necessary expenses and daily logs of expenses incurred by DLA Piper during April 2021 is attached hereto as Exhibit 2. The description of actual and necessary expenses and daily logs of expenses incurred during February and March 2021 are attached as Exhibit B to the February Fee Statement and March Fee Statement, respectively. SeeD.I. 1301, 1328. DLA Piper charges its clients $.10 per page for black-and-white photocopying expenses and $0.80 per page for color photocopying expenses (in accordance with Local Rule 2016-2(e)(iii)). DLA Piper does not charge its clients for outgoing facsimile transmissions or long-distance carrier charges for outgoing facsimile transmissions. 5

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14. DLA Piper believes the foregoing rates are at or below the market rates which the majority of law firms charge clients for such services. In addition, DLA Piper believes such charges are in accordance with the American Bar Association’s (“ABA”) guidelines, as set forth in the ABA’s Statement of Principles, dated January 12, 1995, regarding billing for disbursements and other charges. SUMMARY OF SERVICES RENDERED BY PROJECT 15. The services rendered by DLA Piper during the Fourth Interim Compensation Period and the Final Compensation Period are grouped into the categories set forth below. A more detailed description of the actual services provided to the Debtors during the Fourth Interim Compensation Period is set forth on the Exhibit A attached to the Fee Statements, and during the Final Compensation Period as set forth on Exhibit A to the fee statements referenced in the First, Second and Third Interim Fee Applications. Although every effort has been made properly and consistently to categorize the actual services provided into the appropriate category, certain tasks could be properly categorized under two or more task codes. A. Case Administration Fourth Interim Compensation Period: Fees: $10,487.50; Total Hours: 17.20 Final Compensation Period: Fees: $141,208.00; Total Hours: 215.10 This category includes all matters relating to filing documents with the Court, service thereof, creating and updating calendars, and preparation of necessary notices and certifications in these Chapter 11 Cases, as well as general case coordination among the DLA Piper team members. 6

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B. Creditor Inquiries Final Compensation Period: Fees: $9,467.00; Total Hours: 18.30 This category includes all matters relating to responding to creditor inquiries, including preparing and transmitting communications for and to employees, vendors and key stakeholders. C. Asset Analysis and Recovery Fourth Interim Compensation Period: Fees: $8,066.00; Total Hours: 6.60 Final Compensation Period: Fees: $65,771.00; Total Hours: 63.40 This category includes all matters relating to asset analysis and valuation, including analysis of fixed assets, locating missing assets, evaluation of insurance proceeds due under various policies, and of communications with the Committee regarding asserted potential claims of the Debtors’ estates. D. Asset Sales and Other Dispositions of Assets Fourth Interim Compensation Period: Fees: $107,901.00; Total Hours: 114.60 Final Compensation Period: Fees: $2,145,055.50; Total Hours: 2,646.00 This category includes all matters relating to drafting and revising motions and order to sell assets through private and auction sales, establishing procedures by which the Debtors were able to seek alternative bids, conducting multiple auctions, revising sale agreements and related exhibits, publications of sale notices, drafting declarations in support of sales, attending sale hearings, responding to and resolving objections to sale-related motions. This category includes communications regarding bidding and the sale process, such as drafting and negotiating confidentiality agreements for buyers, drafting and filing with the Court procedures for the sale of the Debtors’ remaining assets and de minimis assets, organizing the sale process for real property and other remaining assets, drafting and filing with the Court notices 7

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relating to the sales of the Debtors’ remaining and de minimis assets, conducting post-closing matters regarding various sales, conducting work related to the motion to enforce the sale orders of CTL Transportation LLC and MCT Transportation LLC, and responding to objections to the sales of the Debtors’ real property and de minimis assets. Furthermore, this category also includes drafting and negotiating the asset purchase agreements for the sale of the Debtors’ and certain non-Debtor affiliates’ nonresidential real property, including those properties located in (i) Newberry, FL [D.I. 740], (ii) Tampa, FL [D.I. 961], (iii) Mulberry, FL [D.I. 1036], (iv) Crystal River, FL [D.I. 1108], (v) Elm Springs, FL [D.I. 1206] and (vi) Auburndale, FL [D.I. 1345], drafting pleadings relating to the aforementioned real property sales, coordinating and communicating sale strategy, communications regarding certain bids, auctions and sale processes, communicating with the Committee regarding the proposed sales, and responding to the Committee’s inquiries with respect to the sales. Significantly, this category also includes the time necessary to meet conditions to close each of the real property sales, resolution of title issues and other post-closing matters, and release of escrow funds, and coordination and communications related to sale of the Debtors’ real estate, resolution of title issues, and other post-closing matters. E. Adequate Protection/Relief from Stay/Stay Violations Fourth Interim Compensation Period: Fees: $23,952.50; Total Hours: 30.60 Final Compensation Period: Fees: $103,490.00; Total Hours: 147.50 This category includes all matters relating to research and analysis of adequate protection requests, and potential violations of or requests for relief from the automatic stay. Significantly, this category includes all negotiations of stay relief stipulation with personal injury and property damage creditors, communications with the Debtors’ insurance carriers with respect to personal injury and property damage claims, and drafting stay relief stipulations and related pleadings. 8

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F. Utilities Final Compensation Period: Fees: $3,665.50; Total Hours: 4.50 This category includes all matters relating to utility companies, including negotiations or disputes related to adequate assurance of payment requested by any utility company, any issue related to the effect of the automatic stay and all other matters where payment or provision of utilities is the central issue. G. Meetings and Communications with Statutory Committees Final Compensation Period: Fees: $88,265.00; Total Hours: 86.90 This category includes all matters relating to preparing for and attending meetings and communications with, among others, the Committee, including (i) communications regarding the Committee’s position on remaining asset sales and request for standing to prosecute certain claims; (ii) negotiating confidentiality agreements and responding to inquiries regarding these Chapter 11 Cases and the Debtors’ ongoing operations; and (iii) negotiating the global settlement set forth in the Plan. A substantial amount of the time relating meetings and communications with the Committee regarding the Plan is included in paragraph U, infra. H. Court Hearings Fourth Interim Compensation Period: Fees: $38,239.00; Total Hours: 54.80 Final Compensation Period: Fees: $233,591.00; Total Hours: 335.50 This category includes all matters relating to preparing for and attending court hearings and preparing hearing agenda. 9

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I. Employment Applications Fourth Interim Compensation Period: Fees: $253.00; Total Hours: 0.20 Final Compensation Period: Fees: $140,654.50; Total Hours: 210.90 This category includes all matters relating to the retention of various professionals on behalf of the Debtors, including the preparation and filing of the retention application and related schedules for other professionals, including tax, real estate, and ordinary course professionals. J. Fee Applications Fourth Interim Compensation Period: Fees: $29,246.00; Total Hours: 56.00 Final Compensation Period: Fees: $151,916.00; Total Hours: 269.70 This category includes all matters relating to the fee applications for DLA Piper and the Debtors’ other professionals and advice regarding compliance with the U.S. Trustee’s fee guidelines. K. Executory Contracts & Unexpired Leases Final Compensation Period: Fees: $92,242.50; Total Hours: 132.60 This category includes all matters relating to and including analysis of executory contracts and unexpired leases, drafting motions to extend time to assume or reject executory contracts and/or unexpired leases, drafting and revising notices to assume or reject executory contracts and/or unexpired leases, drafting rejection motions and notices, and negotiating and resolving cure amounts and the provision of adequate assurance. Certain of the Debtors’ asset sales involved analysis of whether contracts were executory and extensive negotiations with certain equipment contract parties. A substantial amount of time relating to executory contracts and unexpired leases is included in paragraph D, supra. 10

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L. Litigation and Other Contested Matters Fourth Interim Compensation Period: Fees: $5,812.50; Total Hours: 8.10 Final Compensation Period: Fees: $344,681.50; Total Hours: 539.50 This category includes all matters relating to and including analysis and preparation for all litigation and contested matters, including drafting motions and declarations in support thereof; preparation, review, and production of documents in response to a document request from the Committee; communications and filings related to mediation; and research related to the Committee’s standing request. M. Non-Working Travel Final Compensation Period: Fees: $1,762.50; Total Hours: 3.00 This category includes travel to and from a client meeting. Non-working travel is billed at 50% of the usual rate. N. Business Operations/Strategic Planning Fourth Interim Compensation Period: Fees $9,053.50; Total Hours: 8.70 Final Compensation Period: Fees: $95,042.00; Total Hours: 101.10 This category includes all matters relating to general debtor-in-possession operations in chapter 11, including without limitation, meetings between the Debtors and their professionals to develop a business strategy for the Debtors’ cases and post-sale business operational and insurance issues. 11

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O. Financial Reports (Monthly Operating Reports & Schedules and Statements)Fourth Interim Compensation Period: Fees: $3,413.50; Total Hours: 4.90 Final Compensation Period: Fees: $19,002.50; Total Hours: 26.10 This category includes all matters relating to preparation of schedules and statements and monthly operating reports, including collecting data, retrieving documents, meetings with the U.S. Trustee. P. Employee Matters (Benefits, Pensions) Final Compensation Period: Fees: $78,906.50; Total Hours: 94.90 This category includes all matters relating to analyzing employee contracts, employment benefits including severance and retiree benefits. In particularly, this category includes negotiating, drafting, and revising key employee incentive program motions and documents, key employee retention program motions and related documents, and declarations in support thereof. This category also includes assessing issues regarding employee benefits after termination and drafting related communications. Q. Financing/DIP/Cash Collateral Matters Fourth Interim Compensation Period: Fees: $126.50; Total Hours: 0.10 Final Compensation Period: Fees: $76,164.50; Total Hours: 72.50 This category includes all matters relating to DIP financing, financing agreements and use of cash collateral, including drafting and revising motions and orders for such financing, compliance activities, negotiating budgets, and reporting in connection with DIP financing and use of cash collateral. 12

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R. Tax Issues Final Compensation Period: Fees: $4,972.50; Total Hours: 4.30 This category includes all matters relating to the Debtors’ taxes and taxing authorities. S. Real Estate Final Compensation Period: Fees: $29,793.50; Total Hours: 46.40 This category includes all matters relating to and including review and analysis of real estate-related matters and lease provisions (e.g. common area maintenance clauses), however, a substantial amount of time relating to real estate is included in paragraph D supra. T. Claims Administration and Claims Objections Fourth Interim Compensation Period: Fees: $176,199.00; Total Hours: 216.20. Final Compensation Period: Fees: $302,609.50; Total Hours: 399.90 This category includes all matters relating to specific claim inquiries, bar date motions, analysis, objections and allowances of claims, including the filing of six omnibus claim objections and negotiation with various creditors resolving responses to omnibus objections. U. Plan and Disclosure Statement Fourth Interim Compensation Period: Fees: $184,793.50; Total Hours: 212.50 Final Compensation Period: Fees: $418,136.50; Total Hours: 469.10 This category includes all work related to the negotiation, drafting, and revising of a combined chapter 11 plan and disclosure statement and amendments thereto, including solicitation and confirmation of the combined plan and disclosure statement; compliance with the plan solicitation procedures order and confirmation order, related orders and rules; disbursement and case closing activities, except those related to the allowance and objections to allowance of claims; 13

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and communications between and among advisors to the Debtors, the prepetition secured lenders and the Committee related to the same. V. General Bankruptcy Advice / Opinions Fourth Interim Compensation Period: Fees: $506.00; Total Hours: 0.40 Final Compensation Period: Fees: $14,018.50; Total Hours: 11.90 This category includes all matters that do not necessarily fall into any other category, but are related to or arise out of the Debtors’ bankruptcy cases. VALUATION OF SERVICES 16. Attorneys and paraprofessionals of DLA Piper have expended a total of 730.90hours in connection with this matter during the Fourth Interim Compensation Period, as follows:
Table 1 on page 28. Back to List of Tables
Name of Professional Hours Rate3 Amount
McKitterick, Nate 4.50 $1,370.00 $ 6,165.00
Brown, Stuart M. 124.00 $1,265.00 156,860.00
Jurewicz, Witold 3.00 $1,190.00 3,570.00
Willis, Jamila Justine 12.80 $1,135.00 14,528.00
Zollinger, Andrew B. 58.70 $975.00 57,232.50
Layfield, Scott 1.50 $920.00 1,380.00
Nair, Tara 191.80 $805.00 154,399.00
Stier, Erik F. 156.20 $795.00 124,179.00
Sheps, Nathan 8.70 $790.00 6,873.00
Scolaro, Loren M. 2.90 $645.00 1,870.00
Sarna, Matthew 0.70 $560.00 469.00
Countryman, William Lee 110.20 $420.00 46,284.00
Fox, Carolyn B. 24.90 $335.00 8,341.50
Pullan, Theresa 9.20 $315.00 2,898.00
Grant, Derrell 3.40 $390.00 1,326.00
3 As provided in the terms of its engagement letter with the Debtors, attached to the Retention Order, DLA Piper’s hourly rates increased, effective January 1, 2021, in accordance with its established billing practices and procedures. 14

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Name of Professional Hours Rate3 Amount Hudson, Staci 0.40 $160.00 64.00 TOTALS 730.90 $598,049.50 The reasonable value of the services rendered by DLA Piper to the Debtors during the Fourth Interim Compensation Period is $598,049.50. 17. Attorneys and paraprofessionals of DLA Piper have expended a total of 5,899.10 hours in connection with this matter during the Final Compensation Period, as follows:
Table 1 on page 29. Back to List of Tables
Name of Professional Hours Rate4 Amount
Klahr, Shmuel M. 0.10 $1,380.00 $ 138.00
None 29.40 $1,290.00 37,926.00
McKitterick, Nate 4.50 $1,370.00 6,165.00
None 26.20 $1,280.00 33,536.00
Brown, Stuart M. 183.40 $1,265.00 232,001.00
None 720.30 $1,175.00 846,352.50
None 3.00 587.505 1,762.50
Goodwin, Hugh Wesley, Jr. 5.40 $1,240.00 6,696.00
Jurewicz, Witold 3.00 $1,190.00 3,570.00
Willis, Jamila Justine 17.30 $1,135.00 19,635.50
None 208.40 $1,060.00 220,904.00
Kennedy, Garrett David 2.90 $995.00 2,885.50
Bedke, Mike 4.00 $975.00 3,900.00
Muenker, James P. 0.80 $975.00 780.00
Sobhani, Casey 1.80 $925.00 1,665.00
Vann, Ryan 3.60 $890.00 3,204.00
Bidelman, Marlene J. 0.90 $670.00 603.00
Zollinger, Andrew B. 88.20 $975.00 85,995.00
None 487.70 $890.00 434,053.00
Reagan, Amy 14.10 $940.00 13,254.00
Applebaum, Aaron S. 1.10 $900.00 990.00
Layfield, Scott 22.10 $920.00 20,332.00
None 709.00 $790.00 560,110.00
Rooney, Amanda Grace 11.40 $825.00 9,405.00
Nair, Tara 277.90 $805.00 223,709.00
4 As provided in the terms of its engagement letter with the Debtors, attached to the Retention Order, DLA Piper’s hourly rates increased, effective January 1, 2021, in accordance with its established billing practices and procedures. 5 Non-working travel is billed at 50% of standard rates. 15

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Table 1 on page 30. Back to List of Tables
Name of Professional Hours Rate4 Amount
678.70 $670.00 454,729.00
Stier, Erik F. 201.30 $795.00 160,033.50
None 668.30 $560.00 444,419.50
Sheps, Nathan 11.20 $790.00 8,848.00
None 5.30 $690.00 3,657.00
Ahmad, Marina 0.70 $785.00 549.50
None 177.50 $655.00 116,262.50
Allison, Katie 3.00 $760.00 2,355.00
Crespo, Janelly 12.60 $760.00 9,576.00
Mukherjee, Amrita 6.30 $690.00 4,347.00
Scolaro, Loren M. 6.90 $645.00 4,450.50
None 347.30 $555.00 192,751.50
Carpenter, Devin James 12.80 $625.00 8,000.00
Kechichian, Sevag 0.50 $625.00 312.50
Lloyd, John Jacob 20.40 $625.00 12,750.00
Sarna, Matthew 0.70 $670.00 469.00
None 3.10 $560.00 1,736.00
Freilich, Matt 10.40 $555.00 5,772.00
Spear, Jo Clair 37.90 $500.00 18,950.00
Countryman, William Lee 164.20 $420.00 68,964.00
None 443.50 $400.00 177,400.00
Fox, Carolyn B. 31.70 $335.00 10,619.50
None 79.40 $320.00 25,408.00
Pullan, Theresa 10.10 $315.00 3,181.50
Wilson, Tennille F. 2.00 $310.00 620.00
Gillen, Michele 11.30 $295.00 3,333.50
Chen, Eric 2.80 $380.00 1,064.00
Hester, Matthew 1.20 $380.00 456.00
Grant, Derrell 3.40 $390.00 1,326.00
None 76.80 $370.00 28,416.00
Solis, Jamie A. 18.00 $370.00 6,660.00
Dawson, Sandra 1.80 $425.00 765.00
Kin, Kan 1.60 $425.00 680.00
Mankevych, Inna 1.50 $205.00 307.50
Hudson, Staci 0.40 $160.00 64.00
TOTALS 5,899.10 $4,560,416.00
The reasonable value of the services rendered by DLA Piper to the Debtors during the Final Compensation Period is $4,560,416.00. 16

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18. In accordance with the factors enumerated in section 330 of the Bankruptcy Code, it is respectfully submitted that the amount requested by DLA Piper is fair and reasonable given (a) the number and complexity of individual sale processes, (b) the complexity of these chapter 11 cases, (c) the time expended, (d) the nature and extent of the services rendered, (e) the value of such services, and (f) the costs of comparable services other than in a case under this title. Additionally, DLA Piper discussed staffing of the engagement with the client prior to the commencement of these chapter 11 cases and consulted with the client regarding all material staffing decisions during the course of these chapter 11 cases. Finally, DLA Piper has reviewed and believes this Application complies with the requirements of Local Rule 2016-2. EXHIBITS TO THE APPLICATION 19. Additionally, attached to this Application are the following:  Exhibit A-1: Aggregate valuation of services by type of professional chart for the Fourth Interim Compensation Period and Final Compensation Period.  Exhibit A-2: Blended hourly rate, by category of attorney and/or project assistant referenced in the Application, including comparative fee information for the Fourth Interim Compensation Period and Final Compensation Period.  Exhibit B: Staffing plan reflecting the attorneys, paraprofessionals, and other timekeepers, who were primarily responsible during the Fourth Interim Compensation Period and Final Compensation Period for these chapter 11 cases.  Exhibit C: Answers to questions set forth in ¶ C.5 of the U.S. Trustee Guidelines for the Fourth Interim Compensation Period and Final Compensation Period. WHEREFORE, DLA Piper respectfully requests that the Court enter an order (i) authorizing compensation for professional services rendered during the Fourth Interim Compensation Period in the amount of $598,049.50 and reimbursement of actual and necessary expenses incurred during the Fourth Interim Compensation Period in the amount of $10,064.01, 17

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(ii) authorizing compensation for professional services rendered during the Final Compensation Period in the amount of $4,560,416.00 (the “Final Compensation Amount”), and reimbursement of actual and necessary expenses incurred during the Final Compensation Period in the amount of $183,853.01 (the “Final Expense Amount”) on a final basis, (iii) directing the Debtors and the Comcar Wind-Down Trust to pay the Final Compensation Amount and the Final Expense Amount to DLA Piper, less any amounts already paid, and (iv) granting such other and further relief as this Court may deem just and proper. Dated: June 21, 2021 Respectfully submitted, Wilmington, Delaware DLA PIPER LLP (US) /s/ Stuart M. Brown Stuart M. Brown (DE 4050) 1201 N. Market Street, Suite 2100 Wilmington, Delaware 19801 Telephone: (302) 468-5700 Facsimile: (302) 394-2341 Email: stuart.brown@us.dlapiper.com -and- Jamila Justine Willis (admitted pro hac vice) 1251 Avenue of the Americas New York, New York 10020 Telephone: (212) 335-4500 Facsimile: (212) 335-4501 Email: jamila.willis@us.dlapiper.com Counsel for the Debtors 18

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