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					          CONCURRENT ACADEMIC SESSIONS - THURSDAY
       THURSDAY, AUGUST 14 - 9:30 AM- 10:45 AM

INTERNATIONAL LAW                                                     A1
MODERATOR: Connie Kertz, Emory University                       Kirkland


Bringing Nations Before the Bar of Justice: The Compulsory
Jurisdiction of International Tribunals
   Ray August, Washington State University

Delegation and Diffusion - How International Organizations
Rescue Federalism
  Edward T. Swaine, University of Pennsylvania

Corporate Governance in Australia: Implications of Recent
International Developments
   Paul E. von Nessen, Monash University

Common Obligations under the CISG, the need for a rewrite?
  Mark Usry, James Madison University

ETHICS –SARBANES-OXLEY                                               A2
MODERATOR: Evie Cogan, LaSalle University                       Calhoun

Implications of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act for the Practice of
Accountancy and Law
  Gerald Madek, Bently College

Using the Sarbanes-Oxley Act to Illustrate Ethical Lapses and
Ethical Dilemmas
  Peter Edlestein, Pace University

Does Sarbanes-Oxley Support the Thesis That Positive Law Has
Become An Ethic?
  Bruce D. Fisher, University of Tennessee

The Perfect Financial Storm: Was Sarbanes-Oxley an
Appropriate Response?
  Paul Fiorelli & Ann Marie Tracey, Xavier University
          CONCURRENT ACADEMIC SESSIONS - THURSDAY
EMPLOYMENT / LABOR LAW                                                      A3
MODERATOR: Darryll D. Lewis, University of Nebraska                       Rand

Employer Liability for Acts of Sexual Harassment by
Supervisory Employees and Non-supervisory Employees
  James P. Sanford, Catherine Jones-Rikkers, and Marisa Stella
  Swift, all of Grand Valley State University

To Monitor or Not To Monitor? Designing a Multi-
Jurisdictional Paradigm for Corporations in the Wake of
Emergent Workplace Privacy Protection in the United States,
European Union and Canada
  Gail A. Lasprogata, Seattle University, Nancy J. King, Oregon
  State University & Sukanya Pillay, University of Windsor

When Is An Employee An Employee And Not An Employee At
The Same Time?
  George McNary, Creighton University &
  Steven C. Palmer, Louisiana State University

TEACHING SYMPOSIUM: TEACHING TAKE-AWAYS: TEN IDEAS FOR                     A4
PROMOTING INCLUSIVE, HIGH LEVEL CLASSROOM DISCUSSION                  McTyeire


Andrea Giampetro-Meyer, Loyola College of Maryland

ANTITRUST                                                                   A5
MODERATOR: Carrie Williamson, Gray, Car, Ware & Freidrich            Carmichael

Sharper Machetes for the Patent Thicket: Objective Criteria for
Evaluating Patent Pools in the Shadow of Antitrust Enforcement
  Gavin Clarkson, University of Michigan / Harvard Business School

Prejudgment Interest in Private Antitrust Cases
  Penelope Jennings & William Jennings, both of California State
  University, Northridge

E.U. Efforts Toward ―Gatekeeping‖: Current Antitrust Probes Of
Microsoft, Inc. By The European Competition Commission
  Barbara Crutchfield George, Lynn Dymally, & Kathleen A.
  Lacey, all of California State University, Long Beach
          CONCURRENT ACADEMIC SESSIONS - THURSDAY
CORPORATE BEHAVIOR AND REGULATION OF                                 A6
ACCOUNTANTS                                                        Neely
MODERATOR: Jan Henkel, University of Georgia

The Mandatory Core of Fiduciary Duties Emerging in the LLC (LLC)
  Sandra Miller, Widener University

Truth and the Accounting Profession
  Albert J. Spalding, Jr., Wayne State University

Accountant‘s Liability Post Enron
  Richard E. Hurley, University of Connecticut

Improving Corporate Governance: The Role of Legal Counsel
  Nancy Kratzke, University of Memphis
           CONCURRENT ACADEMIC SESSIONS - THURSDAY
         THURSDAY, AUGUST 14 - 11:00 AM -12:15 PM

ENVIRONMENTAL LAW & LAND USE                                                             B1
MODERATOR: Amy Moorman, Doane College                                              Kirkland

The Impact Of Swancc On Federal Clean Water Jurisdiction
  James Bryant and Gary R. Ervin, both of Mississippi State University

Tax Incentives for Brownfield Development
   Connie Kertz, Emory University

Procedural Due Process Requirements in Quasi-Judicial Land Use
Proceedings
  Pearson Liddell, Jr. & Gloria J. Liddell, both of Mississippi State University

ETHICS -- SARBANES-OXLEY                                                                B2
MODERATOR: Dr. J. Keaton Grubbs, Stephen F. Austin State University                Calhoun

Steps Toward a New Legal and Ethical Environment for Business: The
Business Ethics and Financial Experts Requirements Under Sarbanes-Oxley
and How To Effectively Comply
   Patrick W. Fitzgerald, Oklahoma City University, Maxim Sytch,
   Northwestern University, Stephanie Arnoldin, Financial Consultant, Zephanie
   Zimpleton, Financial Consultant & Courtney Fitzgerald, Financial Consultant

Measuring the Impact of Sarbanes-Oxley on Foreign Corporation Financial
Reporting
   Gregory J. Naples, Marquette University

Employment Law Implications of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002: What
Should Human Resource Managers Do Now?
  Patrick W. Fitzgerald, Oklahoma City University, Shannon Warren, Human
  Resources Manager for Oklahoma Gas and Electric, & Gene B. Elrod, CPA,
  MBA (CFO of Ipperorations, Inc. and Financial Consultant

A Critical Look at Some Provisions of the Sarbanes Oxley Act
  Ronald Groeber, Ball State University
          CONCURRENT ACADEMIC SESSIONS - THURSDAY
EMPLOYMENT / LABOR LAW                                                             B3
MODERATOR: George McNary, Creighton University                                   Rand

Diversity Through Discrimination: The Tenuous Position of Religiously-
Affiliated Colleges
   Jamie D. Prenkert, Indiana University

What Transforming the FMLA Into a Gender-Bias Law Means for Title VII
and the PDA: The Implications of Nevada Department of Human Resources v.
Hibbs
  Jack Raisner, St. Johns' University

Who Counts? The United States Supreme Court Cites "Control" as the Key
to Distinguishing Employers
   Stephanie Greene & Christine Nelson O'Brien, Boston College

ADEA: Can There Be Reverse Discrimination?
  Jan Henkel, University of Georgia

PANEL DISCUSSION: WORKING THE CLASSROOM: THE BEST                                 B4
TECHNIQUES FOR GETTING THE MOST FROM YOUR STUDENTS                           McTyeire
Carol Docan, California State University
Steven Freeman, California State University
Leonard Rymsza, California State University
Melanie Williams, California State University
PANEL DISCUSSION: WHAT‘S HOT IN CYBERSPACE: CURRENT CASES                          B5
FOR CLASSROOM USE                                                           Carmichael
MODERATOR: Gerald R. Ferrera, Bently College
Gerald R. Ferrera, Bently College
Stephan D. Lichtenstein, Bently College
Lucille M. Ponte, Bently College
Robert Bird, Seton Hall University
PANEL DISCUSSION: MOVING IN AND OUT OF ACADEMIC                                    B6
ADMINISTRATION: SOME PERSPECTIVES                                                Neely
MODERATOR: Marcia Staff, University of North Texas
Nan Ellis, Chair, Department of Marketing, Law and Social Responsibility,
   Loyola College in Maryland
Patricia S. Root, Interim Dean, School of Business
   Central Connecticut State University
Penelope Jennings, Assistant Provost
   California State University Northridge
          CONCURRENT ACADEMIC SESSIONS - THURSDAY
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW                                                                  B7
MODERATOR: Nancy Kratzke, University of Memphis                                 Sarratt
Constitutional Concerns Regarding the State of Takings Jurisprudence in the
Rehnquist Court
  James E. Holloway & Donald C. Guy, both of East Carolina University

Understanding the ―Patriot Act‖ of 2001 and the Proposed ―Patriot Act II‖ of 2003
 Patrick W. Fitzgerald, Damon Roberts, & Bret Brown, all of Oklahoma City University

The "However" of Surgical National Tort Reform
 Nim Razook, University of Oklahoma
          CONCURRENT ACADEMIC SESSIONS - THURSDAY
        THURSDAY, AUGUST 14 - 1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

PANEL DISCUSSION: TEACHING ENVIRONMENTAL LAW WITHIN THE                         C1
BUSINESS SCHOOL                                                           Kirkland
MODERATOR: Paulette Stenzel, Michigan State University
Panelists: Paulette Stenzel, Michigan State University
           Amy Mooreman, Doane College
           Nancy Kubasek, Bowling Green State University
           James Turner, Truman State University
ETHICS                                                                         C2
MODERATOR: Lemoine Pierce, Morris Brown College                           Calhoun
Has Enron Jaded our Business Students? A Baseline Survey
   Marty Ludlum, Oklahoma City Community College & Sergey
   Moskaloinoiv, Ulyanovsk State University

Foundations of Philosophical Approaches to Ethics
  Keith Jenkins and Charles Stowe, both of Sam Houston StateUniversity

"A Corporate Executive's Social Responsibilities With Regard to Law:
Cooperate, Comply, or Evade?
   Daniel T. Ostas, University of Oklahoma

Ethical Decision Making and the Employed Lawyer
  Sally P. Gunz & Hugh P. Gunz, both of University of Waterloo

BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS                                                         C3
MODERATOR: Jeanne Calderon, New York University                              Rand
Application of the Business Judgment Rule to Corporate Takeovers
  Arthur J Marinelli, Ohio University

Socially Responsible Accountable Corporate Governance Through Use of
the Stakeholder Paradigm
   Frederick R. Post, University of Toledo

Teaching Insider Trading, Lessons from Martha Stewart for the Classroom
  Karen Morris, Monroe Community College

What Liability Do Professionals Potentially Face Under Current Business
Forms?
  Megan E. Mowrey, L. Stephen Cash, & Thomas L. Dickens, all of Clemson
  University
          CONCURRENT ACADEMIC SESSIONS - THURSDAY
PANEL DISCUSSION: RECONSIDERING THE USE OF APPELLATE CASES                    C4
IN THE CLASSROOM: WHAT ARE SOME EFFECTIVE TECHNIQUES?                    McTyeire
MODERATOR: Keith Maxwell, University of Puget Sound

Keith Maxwell, University of Puget Sound
John W. Bagby, Pennsylvania State University
Daniel Levin, Minnesota State University (Mankato)
Susan Marsnik, University of St. Thomas
Don Nelson
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY                                                          C5
 MODERATOR: Bill Shaw, University of Texas                              Carmichael

Pinpointing Originality in Copyrightable Works
   Larry Christiansen, Southwestern College

Conserving the Public Domain: Shortening the Reach of Copyright Law
  Carolyn Hotchkiss, Babson College

The Impact Of Hypothetical and Self-Interest Bias on Jury Research in
Complex Intellectual Property Cases
   Dan Cahoy and Min Din, both of Pennsylvania State University

Recent Developments in Trade Secret Law
  Michael B. Bixby, Boise State University

RESEARCH PANEL DISCUSSION: PUBLISHING IN COMPETITIVE                           C6
STUDENT EDITED LAW REVIEWS: A HOW TO GUIDE                                   Neely
MODERATOR: Robert Bird, Seton Hall University


Robert Bird, Seton Hall University
Terry Dworkin, Indiana University
Lynda Oswald, University of Michigan
Steve Salbu, University of Texas
Larry DiMatteo, University of Florida

ROUNDTABLE ON ASSESSMENT                                                       C7
MODERATOR: Lynn M. Forsythe, California State University, Fresno           Sarratt
          CONCURRENT ACADEMIC SESSIONS - THURSDAY
        THURSDAY, AUGUST 14 - 3:00PM - 3:50 PM

COURTS & LITIGATION                                                             D1
MODERATOR: Liz Ellis, New Mexico State University                         Kirkland

Experimentation and Innovation in Community Courts
  Arthur M Magaldi, Pace University

Who, What, When, Where and Why: The Recovery of Litigation Costs in
Ohio
 Leigh Anenson, University of Akron

A Profile of the United States Supreme Court
  Horace Johns, Middle Tennessee State University

ETHICS                                                                         D2
MODERATOR: Marty Ludlum, Oklahoma City Community College                  Calhoun

Legislating Corporate Ethics
  Josh Newberg & Walter Hutchens, both of University of Maryland

Why People Obey Law: Implications for Reforming Corporate
Governance
  Daniel T. Ostas, University of Oklahoma

Current Approaches in Teaching Ethics in Business Schools - As Revealed
by Textbooks on Ethics
   Chuck Stowe & Keith Jenkins, both of Sam Houston State University

EMPLOYMENT LABOR / LAW                                                         D3
MODERATOR: Sally Gunz, University of Waterloo                                Rand
Revisiting the Federalization of State Corporate Law by ERISA in the
Post Enron Era
  James Holloway, East Carolina University

Proving a Retaliation Claim: Clearing up the Confusion
  Jamie D. Prenkert, Indiana University, Kelley School of Business

An Analysis of the Burlington/Faragher Affirmative Defense: When Are
Employers Liable?
  Nancy R. Mansfield & Joan T. A. Gabel, Georgia State University
          CONCURRENT ACADEMIC SESSIONS - THURSDAY
CURRICULUM/PEDAGOGY                                                                 D4
MODERATOR: Nancy Carr, Community College of Philadelphia                       McTyeire
Oh, What a Feeling: Hooters and the Toy Yoda Caper
  Laura Ginger, Indiana University at Bloomington

Using NAFTA AND WEBCT to Integrate International B Law into the
Basic Law Course
  Marcia Staff, University of North Texas

Why and How Business Law Faculty Should Refocus on Teaching Skills
 Thomas Pearson, University of Hawaii
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY                                                                D5
MODERATOR: Kimberlianne Podlas, Caldwell College                              Carmichael
What‘s Hot in Copyright Litigation? Survey of Some Recent Court
Decisions
   J. Keaton Grubbs, Stephen F. Austin State University
Victoria‘s Secret Secret: Dilution of Trademark Proof Requirement
Uncovered
   Malcolm Abel, Western Carolina University
Internet Place & Property- An Update
Ronnie Cohen, Christopher Newport University and Janine S. Hiller, Virginia
Tech
TAXATION                                                                             D6
MODERATOR: Pamela Gershuny, University of Cincinnati                               Neely
The Entity-Choice Decision After the 2003 Tax Law
   L. Stephen Cash, Professor, Thomas L. Dickens, Professor, and Megan E.
   Mowrey, all of Clemson University
Comprehensive Tax Scenarios for Homeowners Associations
   Cris de la Torre and Richard Newmark, both of University of Northern
   Colorado
The Application of the Burden of Proof Laws in the U.S. Tax Courts
   Tanya Marcum, Central Michigan University
CYBERLAW & E-COMMERCE                                                                D7
MODERATOR: John Bagby, Pennsylvania State University                             Sarratt
Cybercrime & Cybersecurity: A New Framework for the Key Issues
Facing Today‘s Business & Society
  Thomas J. Dobbins, Member of ALSB

UETA, UCITA, and E-Sign: Oh, My!
  John Norwood & Jennifer Madison, University of Arkansas

Internet Auctions: Mechanics, Motivations, And Legal And Regulatory
Issues
   Mark Fox & Brenda K. Knowles, Indiana University at South Bend
            CONCURRENT ACADEMIC SESSIONS - FRIDAY
        FRIDAY, AUGUST 15 - 9:30AM - 10:45 AM

PANEL DISCUSSION: THE INTERPRETIVE TURN IN INTERNATIONAL                      E1
SALES LAW: AN ANALYSIS OF FIFTEEN YEARS OF CISG JURISPRUDENCE           Kirkland
MODERATOR: Larry DiMatteo, University of Florida
Larry Dimatteo, University of Flordia
Lucien Dhooge, University of the Pacific
Stephanie Greene, Boston College
Virginia Maurer, University of Florida
Mark Usry, George Mason University
HOLMES-CARDOZO FINALISTS
MODERATOR: Terry Dworkin, Indiana University                                 E2
                                                                        Calhoun

Workplace Harassment: A Proposal for a Bright Line Test Consistent
With the First Amendment
  Debra Burke, Western Carolina University

The Alien Tort Claims Act of 1789: An 18th Century Law Becomes a 21st
Century Tool in Combating Human Rights Violations – An Ethical
Examination
  Edward J. Schoen, Joseph S. Falchek, and Margaret M. Hogan

EMPLOYMENT/ LABOR LAW                                                        E3
MODERATOR: Nan Ellis, Loyola College in Maryland                           Rand

Arbitration of Disability Claims and EEOC Authority
  Brad Reid, Abilene Christian University

Rethinking Wrongful Discharge: A Descriptive-Continuum Approach
  Robert Bird, Seton Hall University

Young and Restless: Liability for Employment Discrimination Based on
Youth
  Susan W. Dana & Nancy G. Dodd, both of Montana State University

Culture Shock In The Workplace: The Legal Demystification Of
Cultural Difference Under Title VII
  Darryll M. Halcomb Lewis, Esq. and James Jones, Ph.D., both of
  University of Nebraska at Omaha
            CONCURRENT ACADEMIC SESSIONS - FRIDAY
CURRICULUM/PEDAGOGY                                                             E4
MODERATOR: Susan Marsnik, University of St.Thomas                          McTyeire
Developing and Teaching a Course in Fraud Law and Issues in Business
  Linda Christiansen, Indiana University Southeast
Course Design: Legal Issues In Health Care Administration
  Liz Ellis, New Mexico State University
Engaging Students in Estate Planning
  Lynn M. Forsythe, California State University Fresno
Creating Community: A Model for Business-Related Learning
Communities at an Urban Research University
  Susan Wiley & Nancy R. Mansfield, both of Georgia State University
CONSUMER LAW                                                                     E5
MODERATOR: Horace Johns, Middle Tennessee State University                Carmichael
They've Stolen My Eyes and I'm Mad As Hell and I'm Not Going To
Take It Anymore!" - The Cry Of An Illinois Moviegoer to Commercial
Creep
  Carol Docan & Leonard Rymsza, both of California State University,
   Northridge
Sales, Sales Everywhere! A Shopper‘s Dream or Too Good to Be True?
   Laura M. Davis, Bloomsburg University
Pop-up Advertisements – An Actionable Pest ?
  Jennifer O’Reilly, Monash University
Lottery Fraud: Nothing New Under the Sun
  Peter Shears, University of Plymouth
ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION                                                   E6
MODERATOR: Vincent A. Carrafiello, University of Connecticut                   Neely
New Arbitrator Disclosure Requirements in California: The Security
Industry Sends a Bed Bug Letter
   Donald L. Carper, The University of the Pacific

A Re-analysis of Section 2 of the Federal Arbitration Act After Circuit
City vs. Adams and Circuit City II: Where do we go from here?
   Donna Cunningham, Valdosta State University

Arbitration and Mediation in Cuba: ADR in a Transitional Economy
  Lucy Katz, Fairfield University
            CONCURRENT ACADEMIC SESSIONS - FRIDAY
        FRIDAY, AUGUST 15 - 11:00 AM – 11:50 AM

INTERNATIONAL LAW                                                                 F1
MODERATOR: Patricia Nunley, Baylor University                               Kirkland
A Hard Rain‘s A-Gonna Fall: The Other Side of 9/11
  Mark Baker, University of Texas at Austin
Recent Changes in Internet Privacy Law in the E.U. versus the U.S.
  David L. Baumer, Julie B. Earp,& J.C. Poindexter, North Carolina State
  University
The Ecological Challenges of War
  Timothy Fort and Cyndi Schapani, both of University of Michigan

REGULATORY LAW                                                                   F2
MODERATOR: James Holloway, East Carolina University                         Calhoun
The State of Assisted Living Facility Law: A Survey of Federal and State
Statutes
   Linda Christiansen & Rita Graham, both of Indiana University Southeast

The Soldiers And Sailors Civil Relief Act Of 1940: Implications For The
Military, Their Dependents And Those Who Do Business With Them
  Michael Katz, Delaware State University

Corporate-Owned Life Insurance: Another Financial Scheme that Takes
Advantage of Employees and Shareholders
  Susan Martin, Hofstra University
EMPLOYMENT LAW                                                                   F3
MODERATOR: Lucy Katz, Fairfield University                                     Rand
Reported Incidence Rates of Work-Related Sexual Harassment in the
United States: Using Meta-Analysis
  Nancy Hauserman, University of Iowa; Susan Schwochau; John Stibal

What Do You Do When You Are Not at Work? Limitations on the Use of
Off-Duty Conduct
  Marisa Anne Pagnattaro, University of Georgia

Pandora‘s Inbox: The Legal Issues Associated With Managing
Workplace E-mail
  Robert Sprague, Eastern New Mexico University
TEACHING SYMPOSIUM                                                               F4
MODERATOR: Dawn Swink, University of St. Thomas                             McTyeire
Utilizing the Wall Street Journal in Business Law Courses
  Linda Christiansen, Indiana University Southeast
            CONCURRENT ACADEMIC SESSIONS – FRIDAY
TECHNOLOGY LAW                                                                    F5
MODERATOR: Carol Miller, Southwest Missouri State University               Carmichael
Proposed State Database Protection Rights and the Prospect of
Preemption
   Kurt M. Saunders, California State University, Northridge
Canned Spam: New State and Proposed Federal Legislation Attempt to
Put a Lid On It
  Jody Blanke, Mercer University

Canning Spam: U.S. and European Legislative Restraints on Unsolicited
Commercial Email
  Carter Manny, University of Southern Maine

PANEL: GETTING TENURE IN A TIME OF RAISING EXPECTATIONS                           F6
MODERATOR: Mark Conrad, Fordham University                                      Neely
Nim M. Razook, Jr., University of Oklahoma
Ross Petty, Babson College
Mark Conrad, Fordham University
HOLMES-CARDOZO FINALISTS                                                          F7
MODERATOR: Paula Murray, University of Texas at Austin                        Sarratt
Runner Up: An Empirical and Normative Analysis of Television‘s
Contribution to Consumer Litigiousness
  Kimberlianne Podlas, Caldwell College

Second Runner Up (tie): Return to Rangood: Revisiting Doe v. Unical
Corporation
   Lucien J. Dhooge, University of the Pacific

A Delicate Balance Upset: A Preliminary Survey of Exceptions and
Limitation in U.S. and European Union Digital Copyright Laws
  Susan J. Marsnik, University of St. Thomas
POSTER SESSION                                                                     F8
                                                                             Skylight
                                                                               Foyer
I‘m Working For Who, Now? - Watch Out For That Assignability
Provision
   Joseph S. Falcheck, Kings College and Edward J. Schoen, University of
   Portland

Advertising Copy for Fair Housing Compliance
  Nancy M. Carr, Community College of Philadelphia
             CONCURRENT ACADEMIC SESSIONS - FRIDAY
        FRIDAY, AUGUST 15 - 1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

INTERNATIONAL LAW                                                              G1
MODERATOR: Tim Fort, University of Michigan                              Kirkland

Private Securities Litigation in China: Material Disclosure about the
Chinese Legal System?
   Walter Hutchens, University of Maryland

China and the WTO: The Implications of Membership in Historical
Perspective
  Clyde D. Stoltenberg, University of Texas

Yes, We Have No Bananas: Forum Non Conveniens and Corporate
Evasion
  Don Mayer, Oakland University and Kyle Sable, University of Michigan

Supreme Justice: A Comparative Study of
Time-to-Decision in the American and Canadian Supreme Courts,
  Peter Bowal, University of Calgary

SELECTED TOPICS                                                               G2
MODERATOR:     Laura Davis, Bloomsburg University                        Calhoun
Chicago Man, T-Man, and the Future of Behavioral Law and Economics
  Robert A. Prentice, University of Texas

Protecting the Company Jewels: Further Challenges to Restrictive
Employment Covenants in the Virtual Workplace
  Patricia H. Nunley, Baylor University

Negligence, Non-Feasance, Proximity And Liability; A Discussion Of
Duty Of Care, The Expectations And Role Of Public Officials With
Particular Reference To The Role Of The Prudential Regulator In
Australia
  Anne Maureen Scharff, University of Western Sydney

"Teaching Business Law to Non-Traditional Students in an Accelerated
Program Using Non-Traditional Methods
  Pamela B. Gershuny, University of Cincinnati
             CONCURRENT ACADEMIC SESSIONS – FRIDAY
EMPLOYMENT AND LABOR LAW                                                            G3
MODERATOR: Marisa Pagnattaro, University of Georgia                               Rand
Should Employer Based Training Programs be Encouraged?
  Nan S. Ellis, Loyola College in Maryland

Salts, Lies and Videotape: Union Organizing Efforts, Management
Responses and Their Consequences
   Jeffrey Mello, Towson University

Reach an Agreement or Else, Mandatory Bargaining in California
Agricultural Labor Contracts,
  Jordan Halgas, California State University , Sacramento

Exempt Employees Under The Fair Labor Standards Act: A Kinder,
Gentler Exemption?
   Steven J. Arsenault, and Marsha E. Hass, College of Charleston; & Jane
   Hass Philbrick, Savannah State University
ROUNDTABLE ON TEACHING                                                             G4
Bring Your own Ideas for an Informal Discussion About Teaching                McTyeire


MARKETING LAW- INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY                                                G5
MODERATOR: Lynda Oswald, University of Michigan                              Carmichael
Famous Marks: Actual Harm is the Secret
  Linda Samuels, George Mason University
Impact of dns Governance on Brand Image Risk Management
  John W. Bagby, Pennsylvania State University & John C. Ruhnka,
  University of Colorado at Denver

The Federal Trademark Dilution Act of 1995 and Victoria‘s Secret
  Donald K. Wedding & Carol A. Wedding, University of Toledo
Trademark Diversion: A New Form of Dilution?
  Ross D. Petty, Babson College
DISTINGUISHED PROCEEDINGS PAPERS                                                   G6
MODERATOR: John Norwood, University of Arkansas                                  Neely
The Unintended Hostile Environment: Mapping the Limits of Sexual
Harassment Law
  Robert A. Kearney, Illinois Wesleyan University
  Discussant: Kiren Dosanjh-Zucker, California State University-Northridge

Challenging the Registration of Scandalous and Disparaging Marks
Under the Lanham Act: Who Has Standing to Sue?
  Lynda J. Oswald, University of Michigan
  Discussant: David Bauer, North Carolina State University
              CONCURRENT ACADEMIC SESSIONS – FRIDAY
 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW                                                            G7
 MODERATOR: Joseph S. Falcheck, Kings College                               Sarratt
 The First Amendment and Newsracks
  Vincent A. Carrafiello, University of Connecticut
 Public Health and the Constitution: The U.S. Supreme Court Examines Pre-
 emption, the Commerce Clause
   Craig B. Barkacs & Linda L. Barkacs, both of University of San Diego
 Slam the Spam, Nike's on the Run: Modern Commercial Speech Issues For
 Your Classes
   Martin Han Clarke & Winston Waters, both of Adelphi University
 An Avenue for Recovery for Second World War Slave Labor Victims –Or Just
 False Hope?
    Charles H. Smith, California State University at Fullerton




INTERESTED IN HEALTH CARE LAW?

Meet with others who share your interest to discuss the possibility
of forming a new health care law section. An
exploration/organization meeting will be held Thursday at 9:30
a.m. in the Sarratt Room.

Questions? Interested, but cannot come to the meeting?
Contact Will Koprowski (koprowsk@falcon.tamucc.edu)
           CONCURRENT ACADEMIC SESSIONS - SATURDAY
         SATURDAY, AUGUST 16 - 9:30 AM - 10:45 PM

HEALTH CARE LAW                                                               H1
MODERATOR: Christine M. Westphal, Middlesex Community College           Kirkland

The History and Impact of the HIPAA Act of 1996
  Patrick W. Fitzgerald, Kathleen Nielsen, & Courtney R. Fitzgerald

The Frivolous Lawsuit: Opportunities and Obstacles in the Medical
Malpractice Crisis
  W.R. Koprowski, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

The Impact of S.A.R.S. in the Workplace: A New P.R.O.B.L.E.M.??
  Dawn Swink, University of St. Thomas
ETHICS                                                                       H2
MODERATOR: Tonia Murphy, University of Notre Dame                       Calhoun
Attorney Tape Recording: Is it Ethical?
   Carol M. Bast, University of Central Florida

How to Successfully Say "No" When the Heat is On
  Kurt Schulzke, Kennesaw State University

The Greatest Ethical Dilemmas of the New Millenium
  John Moran, Wagner College

Life Sentences for Federal Corporate and White Collar Crime: Congress
and the U.S. Sentencing Commission React to ―Enron Genre‖ Crime
   Bruce Zucker, University of California, at Northridge

EMPLOYMENT LAW                                                               H3
MODERATOR: Denise Smith, Missouri Western State College                    Rand
The Impact of Recent Changes in Immigration Policy on Business
  JL Yranski Nasuti, Iona College

―But Does Your Husband Approve?‖: Sexual Discrimination and Job
Interview Questions
  Katrin C. Varner, and Carson H Varner, Illinois State University

PANEL DISCUSSION: TEACHING ON-LINE: PEDAGOGY AND GOVERNANCE                  H4
– AN UPDATE                                                             McTyeire
 MODERATOR: William Livingston, Baker College
William Livingston, Baker College
Mary Dundas, Arizona State University
John W. Bagby, Pennsylvania State University
           CONCURRENT ACADEMIC SESSIONS - SATURDAY
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY & MARKETING LAW-TRADEMARKS                                        H5
MODERATOR: Mark L. Usry, James Madison University                                Carmichael
Whose Progeny? Monsanto Claims Offspring of its Drifting Pollen
 James Turner, Truman State University

Congress and the Spam Epidemic: Will Legislation Solve the Problem?
  Richard Coffinberger, George Mason University

Internet Place & Property- An Update
   Ronnie Cohen, Christopher Newport University and Janine S. Hiller, Virginia
   Tech

New Developments in the Right of Publicity: The Three Stooges meet Tiger
Woods Redux
  Larry Moore, University of Memphis


TAXATION                                                                                H6
MODERATOR: Dan Cahoy, Pennsylvania State University                                   Neely
"The Federal Tax Lien and State Law Property Rights"
  John F. Robertson, Arkansas State University

Intra-Family Transfer of Business and Real Estate for Self-Cancelling
Installment Note: A Potential Technique for Cutting Estate Taxes
   Martin Zern, Pace University

Tax Issues Surrounding Personal Injury Damages – Where We Have Been,
Where We Are, Where We Are Going
  Brent Nicholson, Bowling Green State University

Tax Shelters Under Attack
  Randall Hanson, Racquel Alexander, & James Smith, all of University of
  North Carolina at Wilmington
           CONCURRENT ACADEMIC SESSIONS - SATURDAY
         SATURDAY, AUGUST 16 - 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM

STUDENT PAPER SESSION                                                             I1
COORDINATOR/ MODERATOR: Michael Katz, Delaware State University             Kirkland


Accounting Fraud and Criminal Liability for Management in Canada and
the United States
    Daniel Wong, University of Waterloo
   Sponsor: Sally Gunz

The Effect on Public Health of Protecting the Commercial Speech of
Pharmaceutical Firms: Is Commercial Speech a Civic Good?
  Steve Weigand, Bowling Green State University
  Sponsor: Neil Browne

Affirmative Action in Higher Education: A Comprehensive Glance at 25
Years of Controversy
   Tyson Schank, Missouri Western State College
   Sponsor: Denise Smith

The Need for Contexualized Business Law: The Case of Environmental Law
  Alex Frondorf, Bowling Green State University
  Sponsor: M. Neil Browne


SELECTED TOPICS
MODERATOR: John Robertson, Arkansas State University                             I2
                                                                            Calhoun
Overtime Pay in a 24/7 World
  Christine M. Westphal and Susan C. Wheeler, both of Middlesex Community
  College

A Tale of Two Cases: Comedy Three Productions v. Saderup & ETW Corp.
v. Jireh Publishing, Inc.: Right of Publicity v. the First Amendment
   Sharlene A. McEvoy & William Windom, Fairfield University

The Natural Selection?: A Legal and Scientific Analysis of the Exclusive
Teaching of Evolution in Our Public Schools
  Nadir Abadir
           CONCURRENT ACADEMIC SESSIONS - SATURDAY
TORTS/PRODUCT LIABILITY                                                              I3
MODERATOR: Carrie Williamson, Gray, Car, Ware, & Freidrich                         Rand
Making Punitive Damages Less Damaging: Supreme Court's Clearer
Guidance in State Farm v. Campbell
 Larry G. Bumgardner, Pepperdine University

The Reasonable Certainty Rule and Implications for Introduction of
Evidence of Economic Damages In Personal Injury Cases
  Patrick W. Fitzgerald, Gene B. Elrod, & Courtney R. Fitzgerald
CURRICULUM/PEDAGODGY
MODERATOR: Brent Nicholson, Bowling Green State University                           I4
                                                                               McTyeire
Curricular Enhancement: Writing Assignments For The Legal Environment
Of Business Course
  William McDevitt, Saint Joseph's University

Essay Choice: A Weighted Approach to Testing
   Linda Samuels and Richard L. Coffinberger, both from George Mason
  University

Abductive Reasoning: Trifling with Palsgraf and McDonnell Douglas
  Keith Maxwell, University of Puget Sound

Discovering and Developing Thinking Styles in Students
   Kimberlianne Podlas, Caldwell College

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SEMINAR: PROTECTING INTELLECTUAL                                I5
PROPERTY ASSETS IN INTERNATIONAL LICENSES AND ACQUISITIONS                    Carmichael
MODERATOR: James Highsmith, California State University at Fresno
Terence Lau, University of Dayton

BEST REGIONAL PAPERS                                                                  I6
MODERATOR: William Koprowski, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

Oasis or Mirage?: Efficient Breach as a Relief to the Burden of Contractual
Recapture of Patent and Copyright Limitations
Dan Cahoy, Penn State University

The Practice of ‗Salting‘ and the National Labor Relations Act
Debra Burke, Western Carolina University and Stephen Owen
             CONCURRENT ACADEMIC SESSIONS – SATURDAY
        SATURDAY, AUGUST 16 - 1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

STUDENT PAPERS                                                                     J1
COORDINATOR/ MODERATOR: Michael Katz, Delaware State University              Kirkland
Dance and the Choreographer‘s Dilemma: A Legal and Cultural
Perspective on Copyright Protection for Choreographic Works
  Kathleen Abitabile and Jeanette Picerno, Seton Hall University
  Sponsor: Robert Bird

Ending Brownfields Paralysis: Community-Based Decisions and
Government Cooperation to Achieve Full Stakeholder Involvement
  Matthew Brody, University of Michigan
  Sponsor: George Seidel

An Entrepreneur‘s Guide to Data Privacy Law in the United States and
European Union
   Brian P. Kalis, University of St. Thomas
   Sponsor: Susan Marsnik
International Cooperation and the Colorado River Delta
   Kelly Averback, Michigan State University
   Sponsor: Paulette Stenzel

ETHICS SCHOLAR IN RESIDENCE                                                       J2
MODERATOR: Catharyn A. Baird, Regis University                               Calhoun
Steven J. Winters, author of A Clearing in the Forest

EMPLOYMENT / LABOR LAW                                                            J3
MODERATOR: Fran Zollers, Syracuse University                                    Rand
Good Faith in Employment Law: A Canadian/United States Perspective
  Robert C. Bird, Seton Hall University and Darren Charters, University of
  Waterloo
Constructive Discharge as a Tangible Employment Action
  Megan E. Mowrey, Clemson University and Virginia Ward Vaughn,
  Clemson University
Whistleblowing Women
  Terry Morehead Dworkin, Indiana University
  Eletta Sangrey Callahan, Syracuse University
California Disability Law: Weighing the Protections for Employees
Against the Burden on Employers
  Jordan Halgas, California State University, Sacramento


             CONCURRENT ACADEMIC SESSIONS - SATURDAY
CURRICULUM & PEDAGOGY                                                         J4
MODERATOR: Peter Bowal, University of Calgary                           McTyeire
Legal Environment: Course Levels and Programs – A Preliminary Report
  Carol J. Miller and Susan Crain, Missouri State University

Learning and the Truth: Law as Discovery and Revelation
  Michael Hartford, Moorehead State University

Inquiry Based Learning and Business Law
   Richard Kunkle, University of St. Thomas

Learning and the Truth: Law as Discovery and Revelation
   Michael Hartford, Morehead State University
PANEL: NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN TECHNOLOGY LAW                                     J5
MODERATOR: Jody Blanke, Mercer University                              Carmichael
Jody Blanke, Mercer University
John W. Bagby, Penn State University
David Baumer, North Carolina State University
Kurt Saunders, California State - Northridge

ADR                                                                            J6
MODERATOR: Carrie Williamson, Gray, Car, Ware, & Freidrich                  Neely
The Arbitration of Employment Claims
  Mark Keppler, Cal State Fresno

Attorney Attitudes on the Use and Regulation of Mediation
   Thomas D. Cavenagh, North Central College

Integrating Alternative Dispute Resolution to International Business
Management Offering for Current and Future Business Managers: A
Curriculum Development Consideration
   Emmanuel Chijioke, Talladega College




            CONCURRENT ACADEMIC SESSIONS - SATURDAY
        SATURDAY, AUGUST 16 - 3:00 PM - 4:15 PM

BEST REGIONAL PAPERS                                                               K1
MODERATOR: Debra Burke, Western Carolina University                          Kirkland

Environmental Risks -- CGL Exclusions to Insurability
  Carol J. Miller of Southwest Missouri State University

Employee Investigations—Some Do‘s and Don‘ts
  Larry Phillips and Fred Nafziger, both of Indiana University, South Bend

Sign This Agreement Not To Compete Or You‘re Fired! Non-compete
Agreements And The Public Policy Exception To Employment At Will
   Michael Garrison & Charles C. Stevens, both of North Dakota State
   University
LIABILITY OF SCHOOL                                                               K2
MODERATOR: William McDewitt, Saint Joseph‘s                                  Calhoun

Universities Beware! The Increasing Liability & Legal Pitfalls of
Supporting Student Activities
  Christine Lewis & Dr. Sara Bliss Kiser, both of Alabama State University

Should Erroneous Academic Advice to Student-Athletes be Actionable in
Tort?
  Linda Sharp, University of Northern Colorado & Anita Moorman,
  University of Louisville

Hostile Hallways? A Look at Sexual Harassment in Schools in 2003
  Carrie Williamson, Gray, Car, Ware, & Freidrich
            CONCURRENT ACADEMIC SESSIONS - SATURDAY
EMPLOYMENT LAW                                                                 K3
MODERATOR:      Emmanuel Chijioke, Talladega College                         Rand


Henry Sumner Maine Visits Circuit City: Status, Contract, and the
Employment Agreement
  Kiren Dosanjh Zucker, California State University- Northridge

The Supreme Court ―Disses‖ Age Discrimination in Adams v. Florida
Power Corp: No Resolution for Circuit Split on Disparate Impact Theory
  Linda Christiansen, Indiana University Southeast

An Alternative Paradigm for Discrimination Outliers: Evaluating the ADA
and PDA
  Julie Manning Magid, Indiana University

Good Faith in Employment Law: A Canadian/United States Perspective
  Robert Bird, Seton Hall University

CURRICULUM/PEDAGOGY                                                            K4
MODERATOR: Bruce Zucker, California State University - Northridge         McTyeire

How to Use Legal Cases to Frustrate the Cognitive and Ethical
Development of Students
  M. Neil Browne, Bowling Green State University

Higher Education Via the World Wide Web: A Look at Critical Thinking
and Student Engagement in Online Classrooms
  LaShondra Peebles, Illinois State University

Legal issues Involving Southwestern Parks - A Teaching Tool
  Mary-Kathryn Zachary, State University of West Georgia

				
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