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Richard L. Levine
Rick has represented just about every kind of client in bankruptcy and insolvency proceedings, including debtors, creditors, creditors' committees, receivers, trustees, and buyers of assets. He was formerly a partner in the Boston law firms of Hale and Dorr (now Wilmer Hale) and Hill & Barlow. His government service has enhanced his expertise and reputation as well. Specifically, the Attorney General of the United States appointed him as the first Director and Counsel of the Executive Office of United States Trustees; in that position, Rick supervised the implementation of the program which administered Bankruptcy cases nationwide. Chief Justice Warren Burger appointed Rick to serve on the Advisory Committee on Bankruptcy Rules of the Administrative Conference of the United States, in which capacity Rick participated in drafting the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure. He has also served on the First Circuit's committee to select Bankruptcy Judges. In 2006, the Boston Bar Association's Bankruptcy Law Section presented him with its first Charles Normandin Lifetime Achievement Award.
Harvard College (B.A., 1963)
Admitted to the Bar in Massachusetts and the District of Columbia
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