Ethan Ganc has been practicing law since 2001. He founded the Law Office of Ethan Ganc in 2010 after working for many years at one of New York City’s most respected boutique corporate firms. Over the course of his career, Ethan has represented a wide variety of business clients, including commercial landlords, real estate investors, equipment leasing and financing companies, general contractors, advertising agencies, and magazine publishers. Ethan has experience advising and counseling businesses on a range of legal matters such as negotiating contracts, including vendor contracts, master services agreements, consulting agreements, and non-disclosure agreements; litigating business disputes; and structuring business entities at their formation. He has expertise representing the rights of creditors in all types of bankruptcy proceedings as well as corporate and individual debtors in all facets of chapter 11 and chapter 7 proceedings. He also counsels business owners and individuals about alternatives to bankruptcy. He has extensive experience litigating avoidance (preference and fraudulent conveyance) actions in bankruptcy court.
Ethan graduated from Tufts University and received his law degree cum laude from Suffolk University Law School. He is admitted to practice in the State of New York as well as the District and Bankruptcy Courts for the Southern, Eastern, and Northern Districts of New York and the Eastern District of Michigan. He belongs to the New York State Bar Association, where he is a member of the Business Law Section and also serves on the Bankruptcy Committee; the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys; the Association for the Bar of the City of New York; LeGal; and WorkOut. He is president of the Tufts Lawyers Association, of which he also serves on the board of directors, and member of the Tufts Alumni Council.