Answered By: Horn Library Research
Last Updated: Nov 14, 2018     Views: 25

  • Lexis Nexis AcademicGo to Business, then click Company Profiles, type the company's name in Company Name search, select Bankruptcy Reports from the Source dropdown menu, and click Search.

  • Capital IQ... mouse over the "Analytics and Targeting" tab, select "Screening" then "Companies." In section for "Corporate Actions" select "Bankruptcies." It also has SEC filings.

  • Researching Bankruptcies on the Web, a study guide from a competing B-school.

  • Bloomberg which is available in the Cutler Center. Type LAW .

  • Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) service. Registration is required and there is a fee for documents retrieved. If all else fails, bankruptcy filings are often available through this service.

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