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Blakeley LLP has substantial experience in representing unsecured creditors’ committees along with various other creditors in agriculture bankruptcies. The agriculture market can be a highly volatile setting and offers unique challenges to creditors and their interests. With the recent slew of agriculture bankruptcies it is imperative that a creditors’ committee as well as creditors engage competent counsel.

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