Blakeley Griffith’s practice is concentrated in bankruptcy and commercial litigation. Her focus in bankruptcy includes experience in reorganization, creditor's rights, foreclosure, receivership and workout law. She often represents secured creditors as they recover their real and personal property collateral and seek repayment from borrowers and guarantors. She also handles a wide range of complex commercial and business litigation matters in the federal and state courts.
Represented numerous creditors including servicers and banks in complex bankruptcy, deficiency, and judgment enforcement actions in state and bankruptcy court and in appeals to the United States District Court and the Ninth Circuit.
Substantial experience with state court receivership actions and litigation involving secured property.
University of Virginia School of Law (J.D., 2011)
Executive Editor, Virginia Law Review
University of Tennessee (B.A., English, summa cum laude, 2007)