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Doug Holod Authors Article on New Opportunities For Second Wave of Restaurant Chain Bankruptcy Filings for Modern Restaurant Management

August 3, 2020

Doug Holod, Partner in Maslon's Corporate & Securities Group, authored an article for Modern Restaurant Management, titled "Second Wave of Restaurant Chain Bankruptcy Filings Could Offer New Opportunities." The article explores the recent history of restaurant chain bankruptcy filings pre-COVID and the industry impact of COVID-19. Doug also discusses what could be next for restaurant chains facing challenges and how the upcoming onslaught of bankruptcy filings could lead to opportunities for prospective buyers.

Doug primarily represents clients in two divergent industries: technology/manufacturing and restaurant/retail. Much of Doug's time is spent deciphering complicated legal advice and helping executives and boards make informed decisions.

Doug has worked with many restaurant companies over the past 25 years, including Rainforest Café, Kona Grill, Landry’s, Famous Dave’s, and several private chains.

To read the full article, go to: Modern Restaurant Management – "Second Wave of Restaurant Chain Bankruptcy Filings Could Offer New Opportunities."

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