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Bankruptcy Litigation

Something to Remember: The Flexibility of Chapter 11 in Retail Situations

In the face of increasing pressure from online retailers, and declining foot-traffic in malls and other brick-and-mortar locations, distressed retailers like Things Remembered need to act expeditiously to execute going-concern transactions if they are going to survive the market disruption.

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In the era of the retail apocalypse — where name-brand retailers are closing all or large portions of their stores — the successful going-concern sale of mall-based retailer Things Remembered stands as a testament to the benefits of the Chapter 11 process and the commercial and practical approach that must be utilized in large retail Chapter 11 cases. In the face of increasing pressure from online retailers, and declining foot-traffic in malls and other brick-and-mortar locations, distressed retailers like Things Remembered need to act expeditiously to execute going-concern transactions if they are going to survive the market disruption.

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