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Jennifer Pastarnack Jennifer Pastarnack

The bankruptcy trade claim market has become especially dynamic with recent headline bankruptcies of Toys “R” Us and Sears. Notwithstanding the nostalgia that these iconic retailers inspire in many of us, the world has embraced a new reality of one-click shopping. The markets have responded with strong interest in such high-profile corporate bankruptcies, thus creating a vibrant market where bankruptcy claims are bought and sold, either directly between buyer and seller or with the assistance of a broker, and this deserves our attention.

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