The AmLaw Daily Reports on Kelley Drye’s Representation of Landlords in Borders Bankruptcy

The AmLaw Daily has reported nine Am Law 200 firms are involved in Borders Group’s chapter 11 case in a Manhattan bankruptcy court. Borders is the second largest bookseller in the United States.

The article noted: Kelley Drye & Warren bankruptcy chair James Carr, restructuring partner Robert LeHane and special counsel Benjamin Feder are representing certain landlords that lease space to Borders.”

The article was also published in Corporate Counselor, The American Lawyer and Law​.com.