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The downfall of Lehman Brothers and the ensuing market mayhem may have led to massive redundancies across the globe. However, the aftermath of the biggest bankruptcy in US corporate history continues to create volumes of work for lawyers and derivatives experts.

"It raises a whole series of questions about the interaction between the provisions of the International Swaps and Derivatives Association master agreement and the provisions of the US bankruptcy code that have never been directly

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