(Janesville, WI…June 8, 2017) Nancy B. Johnson, attorney with Brennan Steil S.C. (www.brennansteil.com) served as co-presenter at the American Bankruptcy Institute 24th Annual Central States Bankruptcy Workshop at Traverse City, Michigan June 8-10, 2017. Johnson served as co-presenter of a program titled: Issues in Treatment of Trusts in Consumer Bankruptcy Cases along with fellow presenters Judge Mary Ann Whipple (Bankruptcy Judge for Northern District of Ohio), Attorney Todd Almassian (Michigan), Attorney Leon Mayer (Michigan).
Johnson is a shareholder with Brennan Steil and practices in the areas of general business, collections, intellectual property law (trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets), construction law and business litigation. She regularly presents at State Bar seminars on Collection Law, a seminar on Construction Law and participated as a business attorney in the UW-Madison Law School’s General Practice Course. Further, Johnson has for several years co-authored the Creditor/Debtor Law Chapter of the State Bar’s Annual Survey of Wisconsin Law and previously co-authored an article for the Wisconsin Lawyer on collection law.
The American Bankruptcy Institute is the nation’s largest association of bankruptcy professionals, made up of over 12,000 members in multi-disciplinary roles, including attorneys, auctioneers, bankers, judges, lenders, professors, turnaround specialists, accountants and others.
About Brennan Steil S.C.
Since 1878, Brennan Steil S.C. (www.brennansteil.com) has been helping individuals and businesses throughout Rock County with their legal needs. Based in Janesville, Wisconsin, the firm has a proud tradition of professional and community leadership. While many of the firm’s clients have a national scope, Brennan Steil expertly represents its clients while maintaining the kind of personal commitment and attention not usually associated with larger firms. For more information, visit www.brennansteil.com or call (608) 756-4141.