The Bankruptcy Files: Big Filings Continue Decline, But Old Cases Still Paying Off

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Big business bankruptcy filings may be down, but Am Law firm such as Andrews Kurth, K&L Gates, Weil, and Willkie Farr have landed roles on the latest batch of notable cases. In the meantime, Weil continues to profit from long-running, restructuring-related matters for the likes of Lehman Brothers and Washington Mutual.

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