Henry Bator is an associate in Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP’s Nashville office and specializes in complex securities litigation. Henry holds both his BA from Brown University and JD from Vanderbilt Law School.
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Early Life and Education
At four, Bator took his first ski run – and continued skiing into his 70s! As soon as he got into Harvard life – serving on governance committees and co-writing “Harvard and Money”, an influential pamphlet that set Harvard on an entirely new investment path and expanded their endowment – Bator jumped right in.
Bator also served as executor of Bartok’s American estate in 1943, drawing upon his knowledge and comfort with business law to oversee it when the Cold War separated beneficiaries, leading to litigation, miscommunication and even personal animosity that has plagued it ever since. Through court documents in America as well as interviews with family members it is possible to reconstruct an impressively favorable picture of Bator’s early actions as executor.
Henry Bator is an associate at Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd’s Nashville office and specializes in complex securities litigation. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Brown University before receiving his Juris Doctor from Vanderbilt Law School.
He is also a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies and an adjunct professor at Belmont University where he teaches East European and Russian history courses.
He is a frequent contributor to legal journals and was honored with a National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Award and The Federalist Society’s Paul M. Bator Award. Now living in Nashville with his wife and two children, he previously resided at 805 Lea Ave, UNIT 1310 Nashville as well as 257 Thayer St, Apt 222 Providence in Rhode Island.
Achievement and Honors
Henry Bator is an award-winning attorney known for writing several books on Supreme Court Law and teaching at both Harvard and University of Chicago Law schools. In recognition of his exceptional trial advocacy skills, Henry was honored by being elected to be a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers – an accolade bestowed only upon those with exceptional trial advocacy abilities – while receiving Martindale-Hubble law directory’s highest rating.
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Henry Bator is an associate in Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd’s Nashville office and practices complex securities litigation, corporate transactions, securities fraud and white-collar crime law.
In 1943, Bartok gave his music manuscripts over to two Hungarian emigres Gyula Baron and Victor Bator for their careful management according to Bartok’s will for 22 years.
Original red boards; xii, 255pp. Francis Bator’s personal copy bearing his signature and “Dec. 1949” written in fountain pen on the flyleaf; with heavy underlining and insightful marginalia (including numbering concepts, cross-references of footnotes, statements of explanation and numbering concepts), as well as light spine fading and wear to boards; very good condition overall with only light spine fading and wear on boards and an additional notepad sheet printed with his handwritten notes/index by hand.
Henry Bator has never been married nor have any children of his own. He does not go by any known aliases and has never been associated with any businesses. Henry has lived at these addresses: 805 Lea Ave, UNIT 1310 in Nashville; 257 Thayer St, APT 222 Providence Rhode Island and 50 Bow Street APT 11 Somerville Massachusetts
Henry Bator currently practices complex securities litigation as an associate attorney at Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP in Nashville. Subscribers to LegiStorm Pro can view his career history; please click here or log into your Pro account for more details.