Mr. Bill DeLoney Bensinger

Mr. Bill DeLoney Bensinger: Attorney with Christian & Small LLP
Attorney Awards


Publications: "Context is King-Twombly, Iqbal and the Art of Pleading in Bankruptcy," Norton Bankruptcy Law Advisor (November 2010); "Jasco Tools, Inc. v. Dana Corp. A Primer for Summary Judgment in Bankruptcy," Norton Journal of Bankruptcy Law and Practice (April 2010); "Modification of Collective Bargaining Agreements: Does a Breach Bar Rejection?" 13 Am. Bankr. Inst. L. Rev. 809 (2005); "Are Proceeds Paid Under a Post-Bankruptcy Statute on Account of a Debtor's Prepetition Loss Property of the Estate?" Norton Bankruptcy Law Adviser (August 2005, at 2). Presentations: Presenter "Landlord-Tenant Rights in Bankruptcy," University of Alabama School of Law CLE (August 2009). Coach for the Cumberland School of Law team for the Annual Conrad B. Duberstein National Bankruptcy Moot Court Competition (2008-2010).

Areas of Practice (1)

  • Bankruptcy Litigation

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
866-508-1891  Phone
(205)795-6588  Phone
(205)328-7234  Fax
University Attended:
Samford University, Business Administration, 1998
Law School Attended:
Cumberland School of Law of Samford University, J.D., 2003; St. John's University School of Law, LL.M., Bankruptcy, 2005
Year of First Admission:
2003, Alabama
American Bar Association; Alabama State Bar.

Peer Reviews

Birmingham, Alabama

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