LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Greenberg Glusker today launched a new blog that will offer a fresher and more conversational perspective on timely bankruptcy and insolvency issues than is commonly published in law firm bankruptcy blogs or newsletters.
Small Enough to Fail: Wisdom and Wit about the World of Insolvency, located at www.SmallEnoughToFailBlog.com, will be produced by a team of contributing attorneys from the Bankruptcy, Reorganization and Capital Recovery Practice at Greenberg Glusker.
Reflecting the firm’s culture, the blog will use a fun and approachable tone in the way it addresses the serious business content that will be published for readers. For example, a few of the articles to be published on the blog feature titles such as:
- “If You Liked It Then You Shoulda Put a Lien on It — The Importance of Security for Creditors”
- “The Girls Gone Wild Chronicles — Episode 1”
- “To Stalk or Not to Stalk — That is the Question in a 363 Sale”
- “What’s Up for Restructuring Professionals in 2014?”
“Our blog is focused on timely bankruptcy and reorganization issues impacting mid-sized companies that are at risk of insolvency,” said James Behrens, an associate at Greenberg Glusker and the editor of Small Enough to Fail. “The purpose of the blog is to educate readers with the latest information affecting their businesses and to provide them with practical ideas for how to navigate the legal challenges they encounter.”
“Attorneys, business advisors, and corporate executives who are less familiar with bankruptcy issues need timely information presented to them in a format that is brief and easy to read,” said Brian Davidoff, chair of Greenberg Glusker’s Bankruptcy, Reorganization and Capital Recovery Practice. “A blog is the ideal platform for us to deliver valuable content with a fresh and entertaining approach.”
Greenberg Glusker bankruptcy attorneys provide counsel to clients on matters ranging from early-stage evaluations and pre-petition planning to out-of-court reorganizations, Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganizations and Chapter 7 liquidations. The firm represents the many parties involved in reorganization and liquidation bankruptcies including debtors, creditors, equity holders, creditors' committees, secured creditors, purchasers and sellers of distressed assets, and indenture trustees. To better service clients, the bankruptcy attorneys at Greenberg Glusker closely collaborate with other attorneys in related areas, such as securities law, environmental law, corporate law, and mergers and acquisitions, all in the context of serving middle market businesses.
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