Jon Dickey specializes in representing parties across all Chapters of the Bankruptcy Code, with a specific focus on representing Chapter 7 trustees and debtors in Chapter 11. Jon also has significant experience representing debtors and creditors in state court litigation.
Jon is active in the Colorado Bar Association and was a speaker at the Colorado Bar Association Bankruptcy Case Law Update in April 2016 and again in September of 2018. Jon also spoke at the Faculty of Federal Advocates Bankruptcy Bench Bar Roundtable on Chapter 11 Best Practices Prior to Filing the Case through First Day Motions, and at the 2021 Rocky Mountain Bankruptcy Conference on Streamlined Small Business Reorganizations Under Subchapter V: Concepts and Early Decisions.
Prior to moving to Colorado in 2014, Jon practiced bankruptcy law in Indianapolis, Indiana. While there, Jon was a frequent speaker on bankruptcy issues for the National Business Institute.
Jon also co-authored an article titled Bad Boy Guaranties: Conflicts that Arise in Dual Representation in the August 2013 issue of the American Bankruptcy Institute’s Ethics & Professional Compensation Newsletter.
Jon was born in Lombard, Illinois. He attended the University of Illinois where he graduated with a B.S. in Finance as a Chancellor’s Scholar in 2005. Jon also attended the University of Illinois for law school, earning his J.D. in 2008. While at Illinois, Jon was a Notes Editor for the Journal of Law, Technology and Policy. When he is not working, Jon, his wife, and his dog can be found in the mountains, running and hiking.