Law360, New York (September 21, 2006, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Despite the recent downturn in bankruptcy cases, Saul Ewing LLP’s bankruptcy practice hasn’t felt the need to tighten its belts. Through careful hiring, a finely integrated team and an emphasis on efficiency and results, the firm has found the ability to coast through times good and bad.
“We’re not a firm or department that hires a lot in good times and then fires a lot when there’s no business,” said Norman L. Pernick, head of the firm’s bankruptcy and restructuring group.
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