Bankruptcy Courts To Quiet Down In 2013 But Not For Long

Law360, New York (January 1, 2013, 11:08 PM EST) -- After a year that saw the biggest bankruptcy in history come to an end, 2013 will be slower as companies take advantage of low interest rates and open capital markets but not everyone will be lucky, experts say, as new health-care mandates and uncertainty surrounding the fiscal cliff may bring a fresh wave of filings as well.

“I think that, as a general matter, the market still is not one that would result in a high level of restructuring, given that interest rates remain low and...
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