JOHN A. PALUMBO TO SPEAK AT THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BANKRUPTCY TRUSTEES
CONFERENCE IN SAVANNAH
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (March 15, 2010) –
The National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees (NABT) announced that John A. Palumbo,
nationally-recognized bankruptcy asset expert, will be
a featured guest speaker at their Spring Seminar. This year’s NABT Seminar will be held in Savannah, Georgia
from April 9 – 10, 2010.
Mr. Palumbo will deliver his insights on “The Good, the Bad, and the Weird: Turning Unusual Assets into
Meaningful Cash Distributions.” Topics will include foreign country
assets, timeshare ownership, intellectual properties (such as books, music, movies, copyrights, television
shows, etc.), and partial and fractional ownership interest in real estate. John Palumbo’s 25 years of bankruptcy experience have provided the knowledge
of such topics that continually garners him the invitation to speak at such NABT events.
The National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees is a nonprofit association that was formed in 1982.
Each year, NABT hosts a spring seminar and annual
convention. The annual convention, held in the late summer, draws over 500 people. Both events offer
accredited educational sessions and social events.
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John A. Palumbo is the principal of Bankruptcy Asset Management, based in Jacksonville, FL, as well as 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. He is also a member of the National Association of Bankruptcy
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