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posted by Stephen Lubben

Today I'm off to the Wharton Restructuring and Turnaround Conference, which looks to be a great, high level discussion of all things chapter 11ish. But it is surely a sign of the times that the keynote speaker is a banking lawyer.


what? Rodge Cohen is not a banking lawyer, he is "the" corporate lawyer, involved in the world's biggest restructurings. Besides, he's only the "morning" keynote speaker. The lunch one is Bryan Marsal and the afternoon speaker is Marc Lasry. Couldn't get much more restructuring and turnaround than that.

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