Noteworthy

Edward Janger

David M. Barse Professor of Law

250 Joralemon Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
(718) 780-7995 |  Email  | CV
Areas of Expertise
Bankruptcy Law
Business Law
Commercial Transactions
Education
B.A., Yale College
J.D., University of Chicago Law School

Professor Edward Janger and “Ice-Cube Bonds” Featured in Press; Forthcoming Article in Yale Law Journal

7/15/2013 A forthcoming Yale Law Journal article co-written by Professor Edward Janger and Professor Melissa Jacoby of the University of North Carolina was recently featured in the press, including Bloomberg and the Wall Street Daily Bankruptcy Review. The professors propose the idea of “ice-cube bonds,” which can help companies in Chapter 11 bankruptcy protect themselves during the process of quickly selling assets.  Read More

Professor Edward Janger Nominated to Be Member of the International Insolvency Institute

8/13/2012 Professor Edward Janger was nominated to be a Member of the International Insolvency Institute, a non-profit limited-membership organization in the international insolvency area that is making a significant contribution to improvements in the international system for cross-border and multinational reorganizations and restructurings.  

Professor Edward Janger to Present at University of Tennessee Behavior and Business Law Conference

9/10/2010

Professor Edward Janger will present a paper at the University of Tennessee Behavior and Business Law Conference on October 2. Joined by a panel of experts from universities across the countries, Professor Janger will discuss consumer credit protection and behavioral economics.

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Professor Edward Janger on Data Privacy in the EU Observer

6/29/2010
Professors Edward Janger and Derek Bambauer hosted a reporters roundtable with over a dozen international reporters at Brooklyn Law School to discuss U.S. and E.U. privacy rules and their impact on business practices. Professor Janger articulates in the E.U. Oberserver answers to jurisdictional questions about data protection.
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