Greenberg Traurig has bolstered its bankruptcy practice by linking back up with restructuring partner Bruce Zirinsky, as the spread of the novel coronavirus continues to roil markets.

Zirinsky was the head of Greenberg’s restructuring practice until he set out on his own to form Zirinsky Law Partners in 2015. The pick up isn’t a traditional lateral: Zirinksy and his firm have joined Greenberg’s 75-attorney bankruptcy practice as part of an “exclusive strategic alliance,” wherein the two firms will work on future matters together as they arise.

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