Rarely is bankruptcy court a welcome detour, but more struggling banks may take it to overcome debtholders blocking their recapitalization efforts.

Bank lawyers had long talked about tapping the asset-sale procedures under section 363 of the bankruptcy code as a way to pressure the owners of pooled trust-preferred securities to give in and agree to deal.

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