Attorney Bill Wallo participated in “Student Loan Default: Repayment Options, Collections and Bankruptcy”
Attorney Bill Wallo participated in “Student Loan Default: Repayment Options, Collections and Bankruptcy,” a day-long video webcast seminar presented by the National Business Institute on August 11, 2016. The seminar video is available for on demand viewing and offers an in-depth examination of federal and private student loans, default and repayment options, as well as bankruptcy options. Bill’s portion of the presentation explored deferment, cancellation, forbearance, other non-bankruptcy options, collection of student loans, and ethical considerations.
Bill co-presented with Richard J. Pearson, a shareholder in the Minneapolis firm of Prescott & Pearson, and James B. Heston, a partner in the Houston firm of Heston Ciment, PLLC.
Bill is a shareholder and member of Weld Riley’s business and litigation sections. He represents individuals, business owners, companies, and lenders in a variety of transactional matters, commercial litigation, and bankruptcy, insolvency, and financial restructuring. He previously served as the career law clerk to a bankruptcy judge, is a member of the board of directors of the Wisconsin State Bar’s Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Creditor Rights Section, and is a frequent speaker on bankruptcy and commercial issues.
The NBI seminar “Student Loan Default” is available either as a video DVD or on demand. For more information, click here.