A week after New York City-based Fairway filed for Chapter 11 protection and tapped Weil, Gotshal & Manges as debtors council, the firm has found a role in another grocery sector bankruptcy.

Lucky’s Market, the Colorado-based supermarket chain known for its craft beer selection and natural food offerings, filed for Chapter 11 in Delaware bankruptcy court Monday. The company, which at its peak operated 39 stores in 10 states, tapped Polsinelli as debtor’s counsel. Ballard Spahr and Monzack Mersky McLaughlin and Browder are representing creditors in the case, while Kroger, another grocery store chain that was Lucky’s majority owner, turned to Weil.

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