Boleman Law is proud of its representation by John Bollinger in this year’s American Bankruptcy Institute’s Winter Leadership Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona, on Friday, December 7, 2018.
Mr. Bollinger was part of a panel discussion with the topic of “Access to Justice, Revisited: Getting Chapter 7 Debtor Counsel Paid.”
Other panel members included Richard D. Nelson (Cohen, Todd, Kite & Stanford, LLC; Cincinnati), Adam Herring (Executive Office for U.S. Trustees; Washington, D.C.), and Professor Laura Napoli Cordes (Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Arizona State University; Phoenix).
John Bollinger is the Vice President and Partner in Charge of the Hampton Office. He has been practicing bankruptcy law since 2000 and joined Boleman Law in 2004. He specializes in complex consumer bankruptcy issues.
John is a frequent speaker and panelist on bankruptcy issues at local, regional and national organizations. He has addressed the American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI), J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College, T. C. Williams School of Law, Virginia Bar Association (VBA), Tidewater Bankruptcy Bar Association (TBBA), Virginia Governors Conference on Housing, the National Association of Chapter Thirteen Trustees, Virginia Trial Lawyer’s Association, as well a number of civic and business organizations.
John was raised in Oneonta, New York. He currently lives in Williamsburg with his wife and two daughters. John enjoys playing soccer, golfing and fishing.