Most bankruptcy cases share the same fate: assets are rounded up and sold to repay creditors. But this one provided an opportunity for Miami lawyers Michael Dunn and Alan Rosenberg to do something different.

That’s because the debtor was I Know Science, an award-winning interactive toy store and science camp for kids—and it had a whole lot of toys and lab equipment with nowhere to go.

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