The Bankruptcy Files: I-Banks, Consulting Firms, Bowling, and Poultry

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Federal business bankruptcy filings have fallen to their lowest levels since 2008, and one large debtor in Eastman Kodak and its lawyers from Sullivan & Cromwell are poised to exit Chapter 11 proceedings. Several recent notable filings have nonetheless landed roles for such Am Law 100 firms as Kirkland & Ellis, McGuireWoods, Reed Smith, and Ropes & Gray, while other restructuring pros see the looming fiscal cliff as potentially generating an avalanche of new bankruptcy cases.

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