Irvine, CA, April 06, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Recently, the Cohen Firm enlisted a handful of interns to assist the start-up of a bankruptcy practice. Many Southern California businesses and individuals are struggling to survive the recent recession and are finding the best solution to their financial problems lies in declaring bankruptcy. According to a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, the number of bankruptcies filed in the U.S. increased by nine percent last year.* The jump in bankruptcies has increased the demand for legal advice and representation during corporate and consumer financial crises, a need the Cohen Firm seeks to meet as it extends its services to include bankruptcies. Although the firm is primarily known for its work in the areas of Debtor Protections and Creditor’s Rights, Managing Partner Isaac Cohen wishes to use his previous experience running a bankruptcy practice in Southern California to help businesses and individuals in the current economic meltdown.
One of the firm’s first moves was to select a group of qualified interns to support and assist the new practice. As current and aspiring law students, the new interns will contribute to both marketing and daily operations, gaining valuable experience not only in bankruptcy law but in the intricate process of starting a new firm. Recognizing the recent influence of technology on people’s search for legal aid, the Cohen Firm hopes to build clientele through innovative online marketing strategies.
The Cohen Firm is a law firm in Irvine, California, practicing primarily in the areas of Debtor Protection and Creditor’s Rights, concentrating in the fields of consumer and corporate Bankruptcy, Reorganizations, Commercial Lease Negotiations and Modifications and Out-of-Court Work-Outs. For further information regarding the Cohen Firm’s new bankruptcy practice, please contact Isaac Cohen, Esq. at 949-900-6700 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more by visiting the Cohen Firm’s website dedicated to bankruptcy, www.thecohenfirm.com.
*Murray, Sara. Bankruptcy Filings Leapt 9% Last Year. 4 Jan. 2011. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704111504576060181631140482.html