Mr. Bruggeman is a member of the Connecticut Bar, and is admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court. He is also a member of the Manchester Bar Association. He received his Juris Doctor degree from the Western New England College School of Law. During law school, Mr. Bruggeman participated in an externship with the Honorable Henry Boroff at the United States Bankruptcy Court in Worcester, Massachusetts. Mr. Bruggeman graduated magna cum laude from Eastern Connecticut State University with Bachelor of Arts degrees in English and Economics, and a minor degree in Philosophy. Following law school, Mr. Bruggeman was Assistant Vice President of Class Action Administration at Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. During his tenure, Mr. Bruggeman was instrumental in creating the Class Action Administration division and managed all aspects of case settlement. He co-authored the article “How to Manage a Class Action Event to Avoid the Crisis from Interfering with Normal Business Operation”, published in The Journal of Corporate Renewal (Turnaround Management Association), September 2004.
Mr. Bruggeman concentrates his practice on bankruptcy, landlord & tenant issues, foreclosure and general business law. In his personal time, he coaches a high school recreation basketball team, attempts to homestead, and is restoring a vintage 1971 Shasta 1400.