30+ years Experience
Former Assistant US Bankruptcy Trustee
Licensed in AZ, NJ, & PA
Thousands of Satisfied Clients
Personable & Knowledgeable
Loves to Fish!Seminars: "Bankruptcy Practice," N.J. Institute for Continuing Legal Education, July 1991 and July 1992; "New Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Practice," August and September 1991. Author: "How to Avoid Tripping Over the Files," N.J. Law Journal; "From Transfiled to Floppy Disks," N.J. Law Journal; Networking PCs in Law Firms: Myth and Reality," N.J. Law Journal; "The Computer Network - A Revolution, Not a Tool," The Morris Lawyer; "Of Bicycles and Computers," The Morris Lawyer; "How to Buy Your First Computer," N.J. Law Journal; "Computerizing Your Office: Taking the First Steps," N.J. Law Journal. Contributing Author, "New Jersey Bankruptcy Manual," N.J. Institute for Continuing Legal Education. Assistant U.S. Trustee, 1991-1992. Special Assistant to the Attorney General, NJ, 1983-1984. Deputy Director: N.J. Division of Consumer Affairs, 1982-1983; N.J. Commission on Capital Budgeting and Planning, 1975-1978. Adjunct Faculty, Department of Legal Studies: Fairleigh Dickinson University; Montclair State College. Instructor, National Academy of Paralegal Studies, Courses in: Bankruptcy; Law Office Management; Legal Research and Writing; Administrative Law.
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