Now bankruptcy lawyers are preparing for their next course: commercial real estate. With office vacancy rates at record highs, landlords are looking wobbly.

But while the market appears ripe for a shakeout, there are signs that this may not lead to a windfall of bankruptcy work. Real estate owners and their lenders apparently learned their lessons in the previous downturn and avoided some of the same mistakes this cycle.

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