New Jersey Law Journal
Amid a languid recovery and threats to their business model, firm leaders now measure progress in small steps
...its Reserve Primary Fund made false statements to investors just after Lehman Brothers declared bankruptcy in September 2008. The fund had significant...
...block. And yet, in the five years since the fall of Lehman Brothers, little has changed in the way large law firms recruit, train...
What is more likely than media scrutiny to weaken a firm is a failure to adapt decisively enough to meet the challenges presented by a turbulent market
New Jersey 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 ra
Daily decision alert
In narrowing the scope of cases to which the proposals would apply - to those with $50 million or more in assets and $50 million or more in liabilities as opposed to cases with a combined $50 million
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
Some say the commission settles cases too cheaply
How the lack of a personal touch spells ruin for lenders
... White did not give names, but one example is Lehman Brothers, the largest Chapter 11 case in history. By the time the...
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