June 2015
Polsinelli Authors Say "The Devil Made Us Do It"

Polsinelli announced today the official release of the "The Devil's Dictionary of Bankruptcy Terms," the electronic version, or app, of the original publication, "The Devil's Dictionary of Bankruptcy Terms for Commercial Lenders," now in its 2nd edition. The "Devil's Dictionary" is a guide for commercial lenders and other restructuring professionals to obtain a quick reference to many of the buzz words used in today's bankruptcy arena. Now, with the app version, if you have an iPhone, iPad, or iPod, you can quickly search or reference any key bankruptcy terminology and find accurate and, at times, humorous definitions.

"The Devil's Dictionary" is an excellent reference tool that reflects the collective wisdom of its four authors,Brett AndersJim BirdDavid Ferguson, and Dan Flanigan, who have gained from their combined total of more than 110 years working in the forefront of real estate and other commercial finance, loan enforcement, financial restructuring and bankruptcy law.

In addition, "The Devil's Dictionary" features instructive and humorous illustrations by respected cartoonist and illustrator, Charlie Podrebarac. Podrebarac's first comic panel "Cowtown" appeared in the The Kansas City Star in 1984 and since then, he has created several others including "Smart Alex" and his latest, "Fat Cats," which currently appears in several newspapers across the nation. 

The "Devil's Dictionary App" is available for free through iTunes and can be found here.

To view the full e-alert, click here.