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John A. Palumbo







JACKSONVILLE, Fla (July 15, 2006) – John Palumbo, nationally-known bankruptcy asset manager, will be a featured speaker at the 2006 National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees (NABT) Convention, “Full Steam Ahead,” to be held from September 14 through September 17 in Seattle, Washington.


On Thursday, September 14, Palumbo will join three other panelists in a lively discussion titled “How Creative Can YOU Be in Finding and Administering Assets? – Thinking Outside the Box.”  Palumbo will teach attendees how to administer, rather than abandon, those hard-to-liquidate assets in bankruptcy cases.


Also on September 14, he will be the featured speaker to address, “How to Package and Sell Assets for More Money.”  According to Palumbo, “The rush to file thousands of cases in October 2005 has created an assets bonanza.  I this seminar, I will teach paralegals and trustee assistants how to dig deeper, package assets properly, and sell them more quickly and for more money.”


John Palumbo is the principal of Bankruptcy Asset Management, based in Jacksonville, Florida, and one of the nation’s leading authorities on the evaluation and liquidation of unusual assets in bankruptcy. His uncanny ability to recognize value in items oftentimes deemed unworthy has transformed his asset analysis into an extraordinary art form. To get a preview of Palumbo’s asset management advice, request his article, “The Top 10 Assets You are Most Likely to Abandon (but shouldn’t) to be published in NABTalk, the official magazine of the NABT. Send your name, title and e-mail address to for your copy.


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The National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees is a nonprofit association formed in 1982 to address the needs of the bankruptcy trustees – private citizens who may be attorneys, accountants or business executives appointed by the Department of Justice to administer bankruptcy cases – throughout the country and to promote the effectiveness of the bankruptcy system as a whole. To learn more about and register for the 2006 NABT Convention, visit


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