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Aspatore Books Publishes "Trends In Commercial Bankruptcy Filings" Featuring KCC Co-Authors

2010 October 18

BOSTON, October 18, 2010 – Aspatore Books, a Thomson Reuters business, released an authoritative book providing insight into the latest developments in commercial bankruptcy filings titled “Trends in Commercial Bankruptcy Filings" (ISBN: 978-0-314-26855-6). Jonathan Carson and Michael Frishberg of KCC, a Computershare company and a leading claims and noticing agent, were selected as co-authors to contribute perspective on the administrative challenges facing companies undergoing Chapter 11 bankruptcy within the ever-changing corporate restructuring landscape.

“We were honored to contribute our unique perspective on the Chapter 11 process with an eye towards the administrative hurdles that debtors and their professionals often encounter throughout corporate restructuring,” commented Jonathan Carson, KCC’s managing director and co-founder. “We developed the chapter based upon our combined experience as corporate restructuring attorneys and our current roles supporting the administrative needs of the most complex Chapter 11 filings in the country.”

In addition to Jonathan Carson and Michael Frishberg, who formerly practiced in the Restructuring practice of Kirkland & Ellis, the book featured partners from some of the nation’s leading law firms. From navigating recent trends in 363 asset sales and liquidations to understanding changes in credit bidding, these authors offer tips on remaining up-to-date in the current economic environment. The different niches represented and the breadth of perspectives presented enable readers to get inside some of the great legal minds of today, as these experienced lawyers offer up their thoughts around the keys to success in this rapidly-changing area of law.

The Inside the Minds series provides readers with an unprecedented introspective look into the leading minds of the business and legal world. For complete information on Aspatore titles, please visit or email This book can be purchased immediately by calling 1-866-ASPATORE or by visiting:

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