Law firms with banking and finance practices that were recently making deals with free-flowing credit are now scrambling to launch new groups to help clients simply survive the credit crisis. The ripples of collapsing financial institutions are already reaching areas such as white-collar crime, banking, securities and transactions. "Anyone who says they know where this is going is full of baloney," says Bracewell & Giuliani Chairman Pat Oxford, who is heading the firm's new financial industry task force.
Firms Scramble to Create 'Crisis' Groups
The National Law Journal
October 7, 2008
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