Alfred W. Bressler Professor of Law; Director, Center for Israeli Legal Studies
S.J.D., Yale Law School, 1991
Detailed Biography:Chairman, Israel Securities Authority (Israel's SEC), 2008-2011
The Willis Resse Teaching Prize, Columbia Law School, 2006
Ono Academic College, Faculty of law, Kiryat Ono, 2005-present;
Phillip P. Mizock and Estelle Mizock Professor of Law, Faculty of Law, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1991-2005.
Visiting appointments at Yale Law School, 1999; NYU Law School, 2000; and Columbia Law School, 2001, 2002, 2003.
Chairperson, Israeli Securities Authority's Corporate Governance Code Committee;
Chairperson, Israeli Ministry of Trade's Committee for Reevaluating the Israeli Antitrust Law;
Chairperson of the Disciplinary Court of Securities Advisers and Portfolio Managers, 1997-2000;
Director (for public interests), Israel's Discount Bank, 1997-2002 (state-appointed);
Director of the Israeli Securities Authority (Israel's SEC), 1995-1997.
Law Clerk at the Supreme Court of Israel, to the Honorable Chief Justice Meir Shamgar, 1986-87.
Member of Israel's Democracy Institute.
Fulbright Fellowship, 1989; Rothschild Fellowship 1989; and Olin Foundation Fellowship, Center for Law, Economics and Public Policy, Yale Law School, 1990.
Publications include Corporate Control and Idiosyncratic Vision (with Assaf Hamdani), YALE LAW JOURNAL; Shareholder Dividend Options, YALE LAW JOURNAL; Controlling Strategic Voting: Property Rule or Liability Rule?, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW; On Insider Trading, Markets, and 'Negative' Property Rights in Information, VIRGINIA LAW REVIEW (with Gideon Parchomovsky); The Efficiency of Controlling Corporate Self-Dealing: Theory Meets Reality, CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW; The Essential Role of Securities Regulation, DUKE LAW JOURNAL (with Gideon Parchomovsky).