Law360, New York (April 10, 2006, 12:00 AM EDT) -- To better address the increasing complexities of bankruptcy matters, the New York bankruptcy boutique Zalkin Rodin & Goodman decided to transport most of its team to Morgan Lewis in February 1999. Today, the 24-member group, which frequently draws upon its large resources of finance attorneys and its 500 litigators, thinks it made a wise move.
Dealing with bigger companies and larger assets under management, bankruptcy attorneys need to maneuver more complicated debt structures.
Richard S. Toder, leader of Morgan Lewis’ bankruptcy practice and part of the...
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