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CHICAGO, ILLINOIS - August 14, 2013 -, the leading provider of docket and precedent research tools for the corporate restructuring and bankruptcy industries, announces the release of its first Monthly Bankruptcy Claims Trading Report. The report, which can be found on our free bankruptcy information website - - provides detailed information regarding the nearly 900 bankruptcy claim transfer notices which were filed in July.

Among the information included in the report:

  • Filing trends over the past three months
  • Cases with the most claims trading activity
  • The most active bankruptcy courts for claims trading
  • New and notable trading activity
  • Statistical information for every large chapter 11 case
  • Detailed information about every transfer notice filed in July

"There is a vibrant market for the sale and assignment of bankruptcy claims with billions of dollars in claims being transferred each year," said founder and president Randall Reese. "However, information about the market is hard to come by, especially after SecondMarket exited the bankruptcy claims business earlier this year." With the launch of the report, aims to fulfill the need for basic information about this important asset class.

About - Chapter 11 Dockets is the most efficient, effective way to research bankruptcy cases and identify precedent. The company was founded in 2007 by Randall Reese, an experienced corporate restructuring professional and attorney who formerly was an associate in the Worldwide Corporate Restructuring Practice at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP. Because it was designed by experienced restructuring professionals and is chapter 11 specific in focus, Chapter 11 Dockets is optimized for the unique needs of bankruptcy practitioners.

The database includes every document filed in over 1,600 of the largest corporate chapter 11 cases - over 2.75 million documents in total. Each and every document in the database - which is updated four times daily - is categorized and coded using Chapter 11 Dockets' proprietary algorithms to provide users with the industry's most comprehensive, efficient research system available at any price.

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