Beverly represents clients in: Bankruptcy and Reorganization Proceedings; State and Federal Receiverships; Workouts and Loan Restructurings; Forbearance Agreements; Enforcement Actions and Liquidations; Asset Acquisitions; Agricultural Lending and Agribusiness Issues; Negotiable Instrument Issues, Letters of Credit; Supply Agreements Terms, Contract Analysis; Marcellus and Energy; Mechanics Liens and Municipal Insolvency.
Prior to joining the firm, Beverly was Assistant Counsel at the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Office of General Counsel, Regions I, II and III (12 states and 2 territories) representing its agencies in all aspects including origination and enforcement, of business, industrial, agricultural, housing (504), multi- family housing, and agricultural loans made and guaranteed by the Farmers Home Administration (now Rural Development Administration and Farm Service Agency) Commodity Credit Corporation, as well as the Food and Nutrition Service, Natural Resources Conservation Service, and Federal Crop Insurance Corporation.
Beverly is an Adjunct Professor, University of Pittsburgh School of Law, teaching Payment Systems (2002-present) and Secured Transactions (1998, 2004 – 2009). Beverly also served on the Tucker Arensberg Board of Directors from 1988- 2014.
Bankruptcy and receivership cases in numerous jurisdictions including:
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