Talking to LexBlog’s bankruptcy law blog clients over the last year I’ve heard that, not withstanding heavy traffic to their blogs, bankruptcy work is much more limited than a few years ago.
But the Wall Street Journal Law Blog reports bankruptcy work is expected to rise and large law firms are gearing up their bankruptcy practice groups.
Why the increase?
For several years, troubled companies haven’t had a lot of trouble getting access to capital. But according to the article [Law Firms Ramping Up Bankruptcy Practices], those days might be ending: The recent meltdown in the subprime mortgage industry has made restructuring professionals more confident that a spate of filings might be on the way.
Among the other bankruptcy law blogs on the net, there’s plenty of bankruptcy law insight & commentary coming from these LexBlog clients:
- In the Red from Bob Eisenbach of Cooley Godward Kronish.
- The Bankruptcy Litigation Blog from Steve Jakubowski of The Coleman Firm.
- Georgia Bankruptcy Blog from Scott Riddle.
- Sheppard Mullin’s Bankruptcy Law Blog.
Get ready for an increase in blog traffic and business guys.
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