George A. Abodeely is the former Assistant Treasurer of a $600 million firm. He has over forty years of combined experience in credit and collections, finance, and treasury management. He began his consulting career as a turnaround management specialist, where he performed successful engagements across a broad group of industries. His client engagements have included commercial entities with annual revenues ranging from $10 million to over $1 billion. His active clients are among the largest and most prestigious law firms and commercial lenders in the world.
Since 1990, George has spent the majority of his time working with AM Law 50 and Am Law 100 law firms managing receivables resolution projects on an outsourcing basis; performing process diagnostic review and procedural development projects and conducting staff training seminars for in-house collectors. His firm was also engaged to design and manage the receivables resolution process of many prominent law firms in dissolution, both in or out of bankruptcy, including Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP (the largest law firm bankruptcy in U.S. history); Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison LLP; Heller Ehrman; Thelen LLP; Howrey LLP, and others. He has authored articles for the legal industry in the client/matter intake, billing, and collections management areas. George has also conducted seminars at national conferences sponsored by the Association of Legal Administrators (ALA), and has appeared as a guest speaker at numerous legal industry seminars and corporate gatherings. George received his MBA in Finance from the Masagung Graduate School of Management at the University of San Francisco. He is a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute and the American and California Collectors Associations.