Representing the United Auto Workers (UAW), Cohen, Weiss and Simon LLP has played an important role in the Detroit bankruptcy, the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history. Since the city filed for bankruptcy on July 18, 2013, a key focus of the firm’s work has been to fight to protect the pensions of the city’s UAW-represented workers and retirees. In an August 5th article, the Wall Street Journal recognized the efforts of Babette A. Ceccotti, the attorney heading the firm’s team in the case.
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