James A. Fanto
Brooklyn Law School
In addition to teaching courses at Brooklyn Law School, James Fanto writes and lectures (in the U.S. and abroad) on laws relating to banks, broker-dealers, corporate boards, comparative corporate governance, cross-cultural securities disclosure, merger decision making and differences in business law and enterprises between the United States and France. He is the author of several books, pens law review articles, and edits an e-journal in the Social Science Research Network. Mr. Fanto also serves as an independent consultant on corporate and securities law, and is an associate director of the Dennis J. Block Center for the Study of International Business Law, and directs the International Economic Law Forums, both at Brooklyn Law School. Prior to academia, he practiced banking, corporate, and securities law in Washington, Paris and New York, and clerked for U.S. District Court Judge Louis H. Pollak and to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Harry A. Blackmun.