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Mark Benedict Named to Fellowship in the American College of Bankruptcy



November 16, 2021

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The American College of Bankruptcy (ACB) has selected Husch Blackwell partner Mark T. Benedict to be inducted as a Fellow in its 33rd class in April 2022.

A member of the firm’s Food & Agribusiness business unit, Kansas City-based Benedict assists clients in complex corporate and debt reorganizations and distressed mergers and acquisitions. He becomes the fifth Husch Blackwell attorney to be inducted into the ACB, joining John Cruciani (class of 2019), Gary Barnes (class of 2008), and alumni Benjamin Mann (class of 2014) and Christopher Redmond (class of 2002). According to the ACB’s website, 23 ACB Fellows hail from the state of Missouri. Husch Blackwell is the only law firm with three Missouri-based Fellows.

The American College of Bankruptcy, formed in 1989, is an honorary public service association of the United States and international insolvency professionals who are invited to join as Fellows based on a proven record of the highest standards of expertise, leadership, integrity, professionalism, scholarship, and service to the bankruptcy and insolvency practice and to their communities.

Each Fellow must meet the Regents’ high standards for selection, including the highest professional qualifications, ethics and scholarship. ACB members include judges, lawyers, international fellows, accountants, corporate turnaround specialists, government officials and other professionals who are experts in the field of bankruptcy and insolvency.