More Texas businesses are filing for bankruptcy this year than during the Great Recession or anytime in the past two decades, and legal experts say the wave of insolvencies and restructurings is still far from breaking or hitting their peak. Houston has emerged as the preferred venue for large, complex restructurings for companies such as J.C. Penney and Neiman Marcus, though Dallas has a new bankruptcy judge on deck. The Texas Lawbook examines the trends and provides analysis from the top bankruptcy experts . . .
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