Twentieth-century federal judge and reformer who was a member of the Democratic Party. His appointments to the United States Commerce Court and the United States Court of Appeals were confirmed in 1911.
He graduated from Harvard Law School in the late 1880s.
He was a founding member of the American Jewish Committee.
He had a daughter with his wife Jessie Fox.
He, like Kenesaw Mountain Landis, was a former federal judge who died during the 1940s.