Bruce A. Langer

Bruce A. Langer

PartnerNew York, NY

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Biography

Bruce A. Langer graduated from Boston University and Boston University School of Law with honors, and served as an editor of the Law Review. He was formerly a summer law clerk to the Hon. C. Albert Parente, Chief Bankruptcy Judge of the Eastern District of New York. Earlier in his career, he was associated with Breed Abbott & Morgan and White & Case in their New York offices. At both firms, he worked on various litigated matters in the principal areas of antitrust, bankruptcy and trusts and estates.  After forming his own firm and later joining McLaughlin & Stern in 2006, he expanded his practice to include securities and corporate, employment and high technology representation, among other areas. He has published in the Boston University Law Review and written on various subjects of general interest to the bar as set forth below.

Publications & Honors

  • Co-Chair,  Planned Giving Advisory Council, New-York Historical Society
  • Contributing author: Inside the Minds: Strategies for Family Law in New York, 2011 ed. "Howard S v. Lillian S: To What Extent Does Fault Play a Role in Equitable Distribution in New York?"
  • Snowboarding at Your Peril: Applying Assumption of Risk Doctrine, New York Law Journal (Outside Counsel), 2/2/11, page 4
  • Arbitration Bias?: Caveats After "Lucent v. Tatung", New York Law Journal (Outside Counsel), 1/6/05, page 4
  • Nanotechnology: A New Chapter, High Technology Poses Unique Challenges to Patent Process, New York Law Journal (Outside Counsel), 1/13/04, page 5
  • CCA-Treated Wood Products: Arsenic Albatross, New York Law Journal (Outside Counsel), 12/31/03, page 4
  • Proving Paternal Kinship: The Lawyer as Detective, New York Law Journal (Outside Counsel), 9/10/92, page 1
  • "PBGC's Conclusions on 'Withdrawals' is Questioned," Pensions and Investments 21, August 27, 1979
  • ERISA-Partial Withdrawal Liability under ERISA, Section 1363, 29 U.S.C. Section 1363 (Supp. V 1975), Boston University Law Review 150 (1978)