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, and he has performed successful engagements across a broad group of industries, including the legal industry; banking; food and beverage; professional service organizations; light and heavy manufacturing; apparel; health care; paper products; construction; oil and gas distribution; aviation; professional sports; and entertainment. 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 much of his time working with a number of active AM 100 law firms managing receivables resolution outsourcing projects; 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 several 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 many 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 University of San Francisco. He is a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute and the American and California Collectors Associations.