‘It Really Worked’: Opposing Firms Join Forces to Save a Business From Bankruptcy

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‘It Really Worked’: Opposing Firms Join Forces to Save a Business From Bankruptcy

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Here’s how two opposing Miami law firms rethought traditional Chapter 11 bankruptcy infighting to help a struggling chain of Florida shoe stores restructure while other retailers folded.

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The Story Behind the Rare Retailer Standalone Restructuring

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Retailers are collapsing all around us, but the lawyers who helped a small Florida-based shoe chain survive said they relied on a key ingredient: a little civility.

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The “unusual” bankruptcy: Univita Health

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Miramar-based Univita Homecare Solutions LLC and 11 of the company’s subsidiaries filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy on Aug. 28, capping off a month of silence from the home health care provider after it abruptly terminated all of its Florida HMO contracts.

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Meland Russin & Budwick adds three new law partners

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Meland Russin & Budwick has added three new partners to the law firm’s practice, Joshua W. Dobin, Solomon B. Genet and James C. Moon.

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