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The hot topic on the lips of speakers at nearly every session of the PLUS conference speculating on emerging trends was the increasing number of bankruptcies, but the fact that assets are tapped out is not necessarily a deterrent for plaintiffs’ lawyers.

During the opening session, Samuel Rudman, a partner with Couhglin Stoia Geller Rudman Robbins in New York who typically represents investors in securities class actions, noted that his firm is now seeking to represent creditor committees and litigation trusts in bankruptcy actions.

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