Dip in Bankruptcies Forces Firms to Trim Ranks

, New York Law Journal


With an improving economy, low interest rates and more investors willing to put funds into distressed companies outside of bankruptcy leading to a "bankruptcy recession," firms are trimming their ranks and steering bankruptcy attorneys into other areas.

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