April 15, 2003

Jenner & Block’s growing Bankruptcy/Corporate Restructuring Practice was featured in “Top Bankruptcy Firms Rely on More Than Mega-Cases to Gain Esteem,” an article which appeared in a recent issue of Bankruptcy Court Decisions: News & Comment.

Partner Daniel R. Murray, Co-Chair of the Firm’s Bankruptcy/Corporate Restructuring Practice, discussed whether asset size and fees charged in bankruptcy matters were the best indicator of the strength of a Firm’s bankruptcy practice.  “I don’t think you can pick the top firms by quantitative measures; I think you have to look at the qualitative measures,” said Mr. Murray.  “The best bankruptcy firms are inventive and creative at solving problems and are able to negotiate around difficult, unusual and particularly stressful situations.”

In the leading publication’s informal survey of top bankruptcy firms, Jenner & Block was among those ranked for “exemplary service to corporate bankruptcy clients.”