In checking my Technorati page this morning, I found that Bob Eisenbach of Cooley Godward LLP, recently started In The (Red); Business Bankruptcy Blog and was nice enough to link to this site. I hope everyone will check out the new entry and add it to your feed and reading lists.
Steve Jakubowski at the Bankruptcy Litigation Blog posted a nice note about the new bankruptcy blogs that followed his lead, including this one. I was not aware of the Credit Slips: A Discussion of Credit and Bankruptcy Blog which is authored by several well-known and highly respected professors, including Elizabeth Warren of Harvard and Melissa Jacoby (a professor at my alma mater, The University of North Carolina School of Law — Go Heels!!).
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