FRANK B. WILENSKYATTORNEY
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Areas of Practice
Debtor and Creditor
Emory University School of Law (J.D., 1968)
Emory University (B.A., 1965)
Frank B. Wilensky has been a member of the Firm of Macey, Wilensky & Hennings, LLP since 1971. Mr. Wilensky was born in 1943 in Columbus, Georgia and has been a life-long resident of Georgia. He attended Emory University, obtained a BA Degree in History in 1965, and obtained his JD Degree with Distinction in 1968. Following military service, Mr. Wilensky joined the Firm as an associate in 1969 working primarily in the areas of Bankruptcy and Commercial Litigation.
Mr. Wilensky was admitted to the Bar in 1968 and maintains membership in the State Bar of Georgia, Atlanta Bar Association, American Bar Association, Commercial Law League of America and American Bankruptcy Institute. He has served on the Board of Directors of the Bankruptcy Section of the Atlanta Bar Association and has served as the Chairman of the Creditors’ Rights Section of the State Bar of Georgia.
Mr. Wilensky has remained with the same firm for the past 43 years and has developed a reputation in the insolvency field. While he has handled and managed all types of cases in the Bankruptcy area ranging from Debtor to Creditor, Trustee and Creditors’ Committee representations, his practice has been primarily in the area of high-profile Debtor cases.
Mr. Wilensky has been married for 45 years and has three children and six grandchildren. He has been involved in a wide range of civic and public service endeavors. He served as a State President of the American Lung Association and has chaired various committees dealing with refugee immigration and absorption, and adoption for Jewish Family and Career Services.
Publications and Presentations
“Creditors Rights to Attorney’s Fees in Bankruptcy Cases and Adversary Proceedings”, ICLE State Bar of Georgia, March 14, 2002
“When Things Go Wrong: Negotiating the Issue Minefield When Dealing With International Investors”, ICLE State Bar of Georgia, October 4, 2002
“Creditor’s Right to Administrative Expenses and Grounds for Dismissal of a Bankruptcy Case”, ICLE State Bar of Georgia February 13, 2003.