‘Why Law Firms Collapse’

“Law firms don’t just go bankrupt – they collapse. Dewey & LeBoeuf; Bingham McCutchen; Heller Ehrman; Howrey; Thelen. All of these firms and many others have disappeared with extraordinary swiftness and finality. Large law firms often go from apparent health to liquidation in just a few months – sometimes even weeks or days. And none has ever managed to reorganize its debts in Chapter 11 bankruptcy and survive. This pattern of swift and complete collapse is puzzling, because it has no parallel among ordinary companies …” (more)

[John Morley, Oxford Business Law Blog, 3 June]

First posted 2019-06-04 06:03:35

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