Q&A With Ropes & Gray's Mark I. Bane

Law360, New York (September 25, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- “[L]ittle irritates clients more, following a lengthy contested bankruptcy trial, than observing the quite common occurrence of their counsel joking with opposing professionals, or even planning an upcoming charity function,” says Mark I. Bane of Ropes & Gray.

Q. What is the most challenging bankruptcy case that you have worked on, and why?

A. Challenges in bankruptcy cases vary dramatically among difficult cases. Occasionally, the law and facts fail to provide the predicate for a client’s expectations. Sometimes, a judge will impose procedural obstacles that prejudice...
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