William F Mueller, CPA, Esq, MBA
About The InstructorWilliam "Bill" Mueller, Esq., is the Senior Vice President of Corporate Finance and Restructuring at Michael Moecker & Associates, the leading firm in Florida for distressed business consultation, management and liquidation of assets.
Bill started his professional career in the United States Navy as a submariner, serving on two Fleet Ballistic Missile Submarines. He then taught Naval Professionalism and Ethics at Naval Submarine Warfare School, Groton, Connecticut. Following his service to our county in the Navy, Bill entered the private sector and has worked at several Fortune 500 companies.
Utilizing his expertise in operations improvement and restructuring, Bill applied those skills at a Fortune 500 travel industry company, where he troubleshot a distressed port development project whose success and completion had multi-billion dollar and international implications. His next project led him to a Chief Restructuring Officer role of a large distressed real estate project in South Florida with a failing hotel operation and real estate sales. Bill turned around the hotel operations, accelerated sales of the remaining real estate and created approximately $70 million in value to shareholders by using a Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Bill is a Florida licensed attorney and Certified Public Accountant and holds a Master in Business Administration as well as being a Florida Supreme Certified Mediator. As a lawyer, Bill practiced as a prosecutor in the 15th Judicial Circuit and most recently as a litigator with Kelley Kronenberg, working on some of the firm's most high-profile fraud related cases. Bill's legal and financial expertise consistently uncovered complex schemes that that either resolved complex cases or led to significant recoveries in the cases.
Bill earned his Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of the State of New York and his Master of Business Administration Degree and Juris Doctor Degree from Nova Southeastern University, where he served as the Executive Editor of the Nova Law Review. He clerked for the Honorable Barry S. Seltzer as well as United States Attorney's Office in its Economic Crimes Unit, both in the Southern District of Florida.