October 17, 2017 10:10 AM ET

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Company Overview of American Bankruptcy Institute, Inc.

Company Overview

American Bankruptcy Institute, Inc. engages in the research and analysis of the bankruptcy issues for its members. It provides bankruptcy educational programs, as well as publishes educational materials on a variety of topics, such as consumer bankruptcy, preferences, creditors' committees, and first-day motions. The company serves attorneys, auctioneers, bankers, judges, lenders, professors, turnaround specialists, credit professionals, academics, and accountants. American Bankruptcy Institute, Inc. was founded in 1982 and is based in Alexandria, Virginia.

44 Canal Center Plaza

Suite 400

Alexandria, VA 22314

United States

Founded in 1982

Phone:

703-739-0800

Fax:

703-739-1060

Key Executives for American Bankruptcy Institute, Inc.

President and Director
Managing Editor
Chief Financial Officer
Director of Interactive Media & Technology
Treasurer and Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

American Bankruptcy Institute, Inc. Key Developments

American Bankruptcy Institute, Inc. Announces Board Changes

American Bankruptcy Institute, Inc. announced that Retired Bankruptcy Judge Eugene R. Wedoff (Chicago) becomes ABI President for a one-year term, succeeding Jeffrey N. Pomerantz of Pachulski Stang Ziehl and Jones LLP (Los Angeles), who now assumes the position of Immediate Past President. Ted Gavin of Gavin/Solmonese LLC (Wilmington, Del.), formerly ABI's Vice President-Development, was named President-Elect and will become President in April 2018. James Patrick Shea of Armstrong Teasdale LLP (Las Vegas) succeeds Brian L. Shaw of Shaw Fishman Glantz and Towbin LLC (Chicago) as Chairman of the Board for a one-year term. Dr. Annerose Tashiro of Schultze and Braun GmbH (Achern, Germany) was elected to serve a two-year term as ABI Vice President-International Affairs. Mark G. Stingley of Bryan Cave LLP (Kansas City, Mo.) was named to a two-year term as ABI Vice President-Membership. Robert P. Reynolds of Reynolds, Reynolds and Little (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) was also named to a two-year term, replacing Ted Gavin as ABI Vice President-Development. Five ABI members were elected to their first terms on the ABI Board of Directors are Jason Brookner of Gray Reed and McGraw LLP (Dallas), Douglas M. Foley of McGuireWoods LLP (Washington, D.C.), James A. Peko of Grant Thornton LLP (New York), Kathy Bazoian Phelps of Diamond McCarthy LLP (Los Angeles) and Bradley D. Sharp of Development Specialists, Inc. (Los Angeles).

American Bankruptcy Institute Announces Management Appointments

American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI) elected to leadership positions as officers and directors during ABI's 34th Annual Spring Meeting, held April 14-17 in Washington, D.C.: Jeffrey N. Pomerantz of Pachulski Stang Ziehl and Jones LLP (Los Angeles) becomes ABI President for a one-year term, succeeding James Patrick Shea of Armstrong Teasdale LLP (Las Vegas), who now assumes the position of Immediate Past President. Retired Bankruptcy Judge Eugene Wedoff (Chicago), formerly an at-large member of ABI's Executive Committee, was named President-Elect and will become President in April 2017. Brian L. Shaw of Shaw Fishman Glantz and Towbin LLC (Chicago) succeeds Patricia A. Redmond of Stearns, Weaver, Miller, Weissler, Ahadeff and Sitterson, PA (Miami) as Chairman of the Board for a one-year term. Bankruptcy Judge Barbara J. Houser (N.D. Texas; Dallas) was named to a two-year term as ABI Vice President-Research Grants. Michael L. Bernstein of Arnold and Porter (Washington, D.C.) was elected to serve as Treasurer, succeeding John Tittle, Jr. of Tittle Advisory Group, Inc. (Irving, Texas). Newly named to ABI's 17-member Executive Committee are Jay M. Goffman of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher and Flom LLP (New York) and Mark G. Stingley of Bryan Cave (Kansas City, Mo.). Eight ABI members were elected to their first term on the ABI Board of Directors: Eric W. Anderson of Parker, Hudson, Rainer and Dobbs LLP (Atlanta); Jessica C.K. Boelter of Sidley Austin LLP (Chicago); Chief Bankruptcy Judge Daniel P. Collins (D. Ariz.; Phoenix); Lisa J. Donahue of AlixPartners LLP (New York); Bankruptcy Judge Robert D. Drain (S.D.N.Y.; White Plains); Soneet R. Kapila of KapilaMukamal, LLP (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.); Deirdre A. McGuinness of Epiq Systems, Inc. (New York); Christopher A. Ward of Polsinelli (Wilmington, Del.).

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