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Bob represents trustees, debtors, equity committees, secured and unsecured creditors, boards of directors, receivers and asset buyers and litigants in various insolvency proceedings, including informal out-of-court workouts. His clients range from health care, telecommunications, manufacturing service providers, to those in the real estate, retail, transportation, and financial services sectors. Bob served as the fee examiner in the City of Detroit, Michigan Chapter 9 case, and has acted as a fee examiner in other bankruptcy cases. As a bankruptcy mediator, he regularly handles a range of traditional two-party matters, including preference, fraudulent conveyance, and automatic stay disputes, as well as broader plan mediations involving all of the significant parties in interest in the case.
American Bankruptcy Institute (President 1997-98)
American College of Bankruptcy, Fellow (Board of Regents (2007-11; Board of Directors (2011-17)
National Association of Credit Managers-Oregon, Inc. and Bankruptcy and Insolvency Group
National Association of Legal Fees Analysis
Bob earned his J.D. from the George Washington University School of Law in 1979. He earned his B.A. from the University of Illinois in 1976. Member of the Bar of the State of Illinois (1979) and State of New York (2016).