Smith Hulsey & Busey attorney Allan Wulbern has been named to the Board of Directors for the Jacksonville Bankruptcy Bar Association (JBBA).
The Jacksonville Bankruptcy Bar Association works to enhance the communication between members of the Bar, the judiciary and the clerk’s office. The association has a focus on educating members, promoting professionalism, enhancing communications and helping the less fortunate.
The association was founded before 1988 and began as the Bankruptcy Law Section of The Jacksonville Bar Association. It incorporated as the Jacksonville Bankruptcy Bar Association in January 1992.
The group has 120 members, including those of the judiciary, clerk’s office or U.S. Trustee’s office.
Wulbern is a shareholder in the firm’s litigation and bankruptcy practice areas. He is a trial attorney whose practice is focused on commercial litigation, insolvency matters, and representation of Chapter 7 bankruptcy trustees. Allan has trial experience in the state, federal, and bankruptcy courts.
Wulbern also counsels owners of closely held corporations in legal and business matters. Prior to becoming a lawyer, he spent nine years in the Jacksonville banking industry, with a focus on real estate lending.Follow us on for more content updates