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Legal resources for bankruptcy attorneys

As an experienced bankruptcy attorney, you are on top of the latest developments in your practice area, striving to provide clients with your best work every day. You want your practice to grow.

With Practical Law, you have access to timely, relevant information curated by experienced attorney-editors. Specifically, Practical Law provides:

Checklists including the assignment for benefit of creditors checklist, Chapter 11 business records checklist, and the bankruptcy appeals checklist – to help ensure you don’t miss a step in any complex process.

Documents and clauses that save you drafting time and give even junior associates confidence in their work. Our documents include a restructuring support agreement, forbearance agreement, and adversary proceeding complaints.

How-to guides and information that clarify a variety of important topics, such as DIP financing, Chapter 11, and fraudulent conveyances.

What’s Market a database that keeps you current on plans of reorganization, DIP financings, 363 sales, and bankruptcy litigation pleadings. What’s Market provides comparative summaries, analysis, and custom reports.

Expand your bankruptcy practice with confidence

Free up time to grow your practice. Practical Law helps you:

  • Create pitches – Customize Practical Law’s downloadable PowerPoint® templates to engage prospects or train current clients.
  • Expand your knowledge – Build your reputation as a trusted advisor with your current clients. Use Practical Law’s frequent updates to stay at the forefront of your clients’ concerns.
  • Track filings and retentions – Track decisions by circuit, retail bankruptcy filings, and committee professional retentions.

Practical Law: effective tools to help you concentrate on the business of your business.

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