John E. Bibish IV
Lecturer in Law
John E. Bibish IV is a graduate of Miami University, University of Toledo, and University of Miami, earning a B.A., J.D., and LL.M from each respectively. As a Master of Laws in Real Property Development and a Florida licensed attorney at law, Mr. Bibish began his legal practice as an Associate and Of Counsel at some of South Florida’s most prestigious law firms focusing on transactional and litigation real estate law. In addition, Mr. Bibish taught The Financial Analysis of Real Estate Transactions at the University of Miami, School of Law and has been published in The Wharton Real Estate Review.
Wishing to work in the public sector, Mr. Bibish moved back to Toledo, Ohio, to begin working for The City of Toledo as a Local 7 Collector-Investigator. Currently, he is the Chief of Collections for the City of Toledo focusing on a myriad of different practice areas including but not limited to tax, collections, real estate, public administration, municipal finance and accounting, as well as labor and employment relations.
Mr. Bibish is licensed to practice in all Florida State Courts, Ohio State Courts, The Ohio Northern District and Bankruptcy Federal Court, The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, and The United States Supreme Court.
Mr. Bibish teaches Real Estate Transactions Workshop at the University of Toledo, College of Law.