After 20 years at larger firms, Robert Mercer has started his own bankruptcy and insolvency firm, Mercer Law.

Mercer’s career change comes as bankruptcy and restructuring practices are expected to see higher demand this year amid the pandemic. Court closures have put somewhat of a damper on bankruptcy filings so far, Mercer said, but he expects to see more middle-market companies filing in Georgia by the fall.

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