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William J. Hanlon Appointed Bankruptcy Section Co-chair of Boston Bar Association

William J. Hanlon '87 was appointed Bankruptcy Section Co-chair of Boston Bar Association. The Bankruptcy Law Section is an active 300 ember section, which conducts monthly continuing legal education seminars, outreach programs and legal clinics, produces a bi-monthly substantive newsletter and hosts a well-attended conference every spring.

Mr. Hanlon is a member of the Business Services Department and co-chair of the Bankruptcy, Workout and Business Reorganization Practice Team at the law firm of Schnader Harrison Goldstein & Manello. He is also a member of the firm’s Intellectual Property, Real Estate and Financial Services practice groups. Mr. Hanlon concentrates his practice in the representation of debtors, secured and unsecured creditors, equity holders and trustees in Chapter 11 proceedings and adversary proceedings, and in commercial litigation and insolvency related matters. He is actively involved in securitization, particularly issuance of bankruptcy nonconsolidation
opinions.

Mr. Hanlon received his J.D., cum laude, from Boston College Law School.

Schnader Harrison Goldstein & Manello is the Boston office of Philadelphia-based Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis. Founded in 1935, Schnader has grown to include approximately 350 lawyers located in eleven offices, nationally.