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Fredrikson attorney Ryan T. Murphy has been invited to become a Fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy, recognizing him for his work, contributions to the administration of justice, his public service and integrity. The college employs the talents, resources and good will of its Fellows to promote professional excellence, collegiality, scholarship and access to justice.

Murphy is the chair of Fredrikson & Byron’s Bankruptcy, Restructuring & Workouts department. He represents parties in bankruptcy, receiverships and commercial litigation across the country. He has extensive experience representing companies and individuals as well as buyers and sellers of assets in distressed situations. He has handled matters for clients in industries as varied as manufacturing, retail, hotel, real estate, banking, entertainment, transportation and energy. He has experience advising owners and boards of directors, and representing debtors and creditors in workout, insolvency, restructuring and bankruptcy planning matters. Murphy represents companies and creditors in state and federal court litigation, including bankruptcies, receiverships, assignments for benefit of creditors, foreclosures, fraudulent transfer and preference claims.

Fredrikson & Byron is a 300-attorney law firm based in Minneapolis, with offices in Bismarck, Des Moines, Fargo, Mankato, St. Paul, Saltillo, Mexico, and Shanghai, China. Fredrikson & Byron has a reputation as the firm “where law and business meet.” Our attorneys bring business acumen and entrepreneurial thinking to work with clients, and operate as business advisors and strategic partners, as well as legal counselors. More information about the firm is available at Follow us on LinkedIn and on Twitter @FredriksonLaw.


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