The Bankruptcy Files: Ailing Detroit Hires Jones Day

, The Am Law Daily


Detroit has retained Jones Day—a firm known for handling restructuring work across the industrial Midwest, including key clients in the U.S. auto industry—as it seeks to fight the state of Michigan's decision to impose an emergency financial manager on the Motor City. Other Am Law 200 firms like Akin Gump, Kirkland & Ellis, Quarles & Brady, Reed Smith, and SNR Denton have landed roles on the latest round of noteworthy bankruptcy filings.

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    Looks like they all need to live in the Brewster Projects.

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