Adjunct Professor of Law
Member, Foster Pepper PLLC, American College of Bankruptcy and
Board of the American Bankruptcy Institute
Professor Jackson is a member of the firms of Foster Pepper PLLC.
His practice emphasizes bankruptcy and other creditor-debtor
matters, including representing debtors and secured creditors in
workouts and loan restructuring; secured creditors and landlords in
retail, commercial and multifamily real estate chapter 11
bankruptcies in Washington, Oregon, Oklahoma, Arizona and
California; chapter 11 debtors in Washington and Alaska; and major
purchasers of assets of troubled companies in bankruptcies and bulk
sales. Additional experience includes the representation of
creditors’ committees in Chapter 11 cases in Washington and
Professor Jackson is a member of the American College of Bankruptcy
and has been Secretary and a member of the board and executive
Board of the American Bankruptcy Institute. He has been in Best
Lawyers in America since 1984 and a Washington Superlawyer since
its inception. He has given hundreds of presentations to lawyers
and industry groups on business bankruptcy law and strategies
throughout his career. Professor Jackson is a soaring pilot and
very bad golfer.
Professor Jackson has taught Small Business Bankruptcy
with Professors Elsaesser and Kilpatrick.