Works and Citations

RESEARCH & PUBLICATIONS

TEXTBOOKS

BUSINESS: ITS LEGAL, ETHICAL AND GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT, 11th Ed., South-Western/Cengage, 921 pp. (published November 2016).
ANDERSON’S BUSINESS LAW (Comprehensive), with David Twomey, 23rd Ed., South-Western/Cengage, 1190 pp. (2016).
ANDERSON’S BUSINESS LAW (Case Book), with David Twomey, 23rd Ed., West, 917 pp. (2016)
BUSINESS LAW: PRINCIPLES FOR TODAY’S COMMERCIAL ENVIRONMENT, 5th Ed., with David Twomey, 1101 pp. South-Western/Cengage, (2016).
REAL ESTATE LAW, 11th Ed., West, 716 pp. (2015).
FOUNDATIONS OF THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS, 3rd Ed., South-Western/Cengage, 465 pp. (2015).
BUSINESS ETHICS: CASE STUDIES AND READINGS, 9th Ed., South-West/Cengage, 563 pp. (forthcoming July 2017).
THE NEW YORK TIMES GUIDE TO BUSINESS LAW AND LEGAL ENVIRONMENT, 100 pp. (2001), with Cynthia Benson and Jamie Murphy.
LAW FOR BUSINESS, with Bruce Fisher, St. Paul, West Publishing Company, 750 pp. plus appendixes, 2nd Ed. (1992).
STUDENT STUDY GUIDE FOR THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS, St. Paul, West Publishing Co., 3rd Ed., 320 pp. (1990).
BUSINESS LAW, with Professor Mike Litka, New York, John Wiley & Sons, 1100 pp. (1983).
ARIZONA REAL ESTATE LAW FOR THE PARALEGAL, Phoenix, Res Ipsa Publishing Company, 250 pp. (1980).
TRAINING MANUAL FOR PARALEGALS, Phoenix, Res Ipsa Publishing Company, 600 pp. (1979 – 1983).

MONOGRAPHS

SOMEWHERE BETWEEN EZEKIEL AND MISS HAVISHAM, 187 pp. Amazon Books (2012).
SEVEN SIGNS OF ETHICAL COLLAPSE, 353 pp. St. Martin’s Press (2006).
A BUSINESS TALE: A STUDY OF ETHICS, CHOICES, SUCCESS – AND A VERY LARGE RABBIT, 127 pp., Amacom Books (2003).
BUILDING A BUSINESS THROUGH GOOD TIMES AND BAD: LESSONS FROM 15 COMPANIES, EACH WITH A CENTURY OF DIVIDENDS, 259 pp. Greenwood Press, with Louis Grossman (2002).
PURCHASING’S CONTRIBUTION TO THE SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE MANAGEMENT OF THE SUPPLY CHAIN, Center for Advanced Purchasing Studies, 54 pp. with Craig Carter (2002).
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE, New York Times Business Books, © 2000, 95 pp.
NOBODY FIXES REAL CARROT STICKS ANYMORE, Mesa, AZ, Woodchip Publishing, 136 pp. (1994), reprinted 1997.
AVOIDING AND SURVIVING LAWSUITS: THE EXECUTIVE GUIDE TO STRATEGIC LEGAL PLANNING FOR BUSINESSES, with Frank Shipper, San Francisco, Jossey Bass, 240 pp. (1988).
BUSINESS STRATEGY FOR THE POLITICAL ARENA, with Frank Shipper, Westport, CT., Greenwood Press, 200 pp. (1984).

BOOKS TRANSLATED INTO OTHER LANGUAGES

A BUSINESS TALE (Japanese) (2006).
UN RELATO SOBRE ÉTICA, OPCIONES, ÉXITO (Y UN CONEJO MUY GRANDE) (Spain)(2004).
POOKA (Korean) (2004).
BUILDING A BUSINESS THROUGH GOOD TIMES AND BAD: THE STORIES OF 15 COMPANIES, EACH WITH A CENTURY OF DIVIDENDS (Chinese) (2005).

JOURNAL ARTICLES (REFEREED)

“Ethical Culture and Legal Liability: The GM Switch Crisis and Lessons in Governance,” Boston University Journal of Science & Technology Law, 22(3):187-237 (2016), with Lawrence J. Trautman.
“SAC Capital: Firm Criminal Liability, Civil Fines, and the Insulated CEO,” American University Business Law Review, 4(3): 441-469 (2015).
“That Fiduciary Question,” Investments & Wealth Monitor, July/August 5-9 (2015).
“In Defense of the Sage on the Stage: Escaping from the “Sorcery” of Learning Styles and Helping Students Learn How to Learn,” Journal of Legal Studies Education, 29(2):191-237( 2012).
“The Ethical Issues in Multiple-Authored and Mentor-Supervised Publications: A Theoretical Overview,” with Islam H. El-adaway, Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice, 138(1): 37-47 (2012).
“A Proactive Proposal for Self-Regulation of the Actuarial Profession,” with Sally Gunz, American Business Law Journal, 48(4): 641-697 (2011).
“The Eight Principles of the Microeconomics and Regulatory Future of Ticket Scalping, Ticket Brokers, and Secondary Ticket Markets,” with Stephen K. Happel, Journal of Law and Commerce, 28(2): 115- 209 (2010).
“The Sloppiness of Business Ethics,” Reason Papers, 31:109-124(2009).
“Of Candor and Conflicts: What Were We Thinking?” CFA Institute Conference Proceedings Quarterly, 26(1): 29-29 (2009).
“On Staying With Our Students,” Journal of Legal Studies Education, 26(1):241-243 (2009).
“Internal Control Audits: Judges’ Perceptions of the Credibility of the Financial Reporting Process and Likely Auditor Liability,” with Phillip M.J. Reckers, Advances in Accounting, 24(1): 182-190 (2008).
“An Economic Analysis of Academic Dishonesty and Its Deterrence in Higher Education,” with Stephen K. Happel, Journal of Legal Studies Education, 25(2): 183-214 (2008).
“Principle and Influence in Codes of Ethics: A Centering Resonance Analysis Comparing Pre- and Post-Sarbanes-Oxley Codes of Ethics,” with Heather Canary, Journal of Business Ethics, 80:263-278 (2008).
“Disruptive Students: A Liability, Policy, and Ethical Overview,” Journal of Legal Studies Education, with Heidi L. Noonan-Day. 24(2): 291-324 (2007).
“When in Rome?” European Business Forum, 31(4): 18-20 (2007).
“Fraud Is the Moving Target, Not Corporate Securities Attorneys: The Market Relevance of Firing Before Being Fired Upon and Not Being ‘Shocked, Shocked’ That Fraud Is Going On,” Washburn L.J., 46: 27-73 (2006).
“The Seven Signs of Ethical Collapse,” European Business Forum, 25: 32-39 (2006).
“Strong Corporate Governance & Audit Firm Rotation: Effects on Judges’ Independence Perceptions and Litigation Judgments,” Accounting Horizons, 23(3): 253-270 (2006), with Philip M.J. Reckers and Kurt Pany.
“Duck When a Conflict of Interest Blinds You: Judicial Conflicts of Interest in the Matters of Scalia and Ginsburg,” University of San Francisco Law Review, 39(4): 873-928 (2005), with Nim Razook.
“Where Are Our Minds and What Are We Thinking? Virtue Ethics for a ‘Perfidious’ Media,” Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy, 19(2): 637-704 (2005).
“Ethics and Investment Management: True Reform,” Financial Analysts Journal, 61(3): 45-58 (2005).
“The Disconnect Between and Among Legal Ethics, Business Ethics, Law, and Virtue: Learning Not to Make Ethics So Complex,” University of St. Thomas Law Journal, 1(2): 995-1040 (2004).
“Managers Not MBAs: A Hard Look at the Soft Practice of Managing and Management Development,” Journal of Legal Studies Education, 22(1): 99-101 (2004).
“Incorporating Ethics and Professionalism into Accounting Education and Research: A Discussion of the Voids and Advocacy for Training in Seminal Works in Business Ethics,” Issues in Accounting Education, 19(1): 1-26 (2004).
“The Role of Purchasing in Corporate Social Responsibility: A Structural Equation Analysis,” Journal of Business Logistics, 25(1): 145-186 (2004), with Craig Carter.
“Preventing Organizational Ethical Collapse,” Journal of Government Financial Management, 53(1): 12-21 (2004).
“A Primer on Enron: Lessons From A Perfect Storm of Financial Reporting, Corporate Governance and Ethical Culture Failures,” California Western Law Review, 39(2): 163-262 (2003).
“Restoring Ethical Gumption in the Corporation: A Federalist Paper on Corporate Governance – Restoration of Active Virtue in the Corporate Structure to Curb the ‘Yeehaw Culture’ in Organizations,” Wyoming Law Review, 3(2): 387-511 (2003).
“Restoring Medicine to the Free Market: Views of an Economist, Lawyer, Mother, and Patient,” Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons, 8(4): 103-107 (2003).
“The Post-Enron Era for Stakeholder Theory: A New Look at Corporate Governance and the Coase Theorem,” with Stephen Happel, Mercer Law Review, 54(1): 873-938 (2003).
“Logistics Social Responsibility: An Integrative Framework,” Journal of Business Logistics, 23(1): 145-182 (2002) with Craig Carter.
“Creating a Futures Market for Major Event Tickets: Problems and Prospects,” The Cato Journal, 21(3): 443-461 (2002) with Stephen Happel.
“The Economics, Legalities and Ethics of Slotting Fees,” 21 Journal of Law and Commerce, 1 (2001), with Robert Aalberts and Stephen Happel.
“Are Business Schools Anti-Business?,” Across the Board, 38(2): 29-37 (2001).
“United States v. Morrison: Where the Commerce Clause Meets Civil Rights and Reasonable Minds Part Ways: A Point and Counterpoint from a Constitutional and Social Perspective,” New England Law Review, 35(1): 23-68 (2000) with Nim Razook.
“Professional Education and Our Culture,” Academic Questions, 13(2): 10 17 (2000).
“That ‘M’ Word: To Disclose or Not to Disclose – Materiality and Ethics in Financial Reporting,” Corporate Finance Review, 4(5): 43-46 (2000).
“Moral Disengagement and Lawyers: Codes, Ethics, Conscience and Some Great Movies,” Duquesne Law Review, 37(2): 573-602 (2000).
“I Want To Be Ethical, But the Law Won’t Let Me,” Corporate Finance Review, 4(4): 34-38 (2000).
“Before Declaring Bankruptcy, Move to Florida and Buy a House: The Ethics and Judicial Inconsistencies of Debtor’s Conversions and Exemptions,” Southwestern University Law Review, 28(3): 439 479 (1999), with John Norwood.
“What’s Happening in Business Schools?” The Public Interest, 137: 25 41 (1999).
“The Ethics of Slotting: Is this Bribery, Facilitation or Just Plain Competition?” Journal of Business Ethics, 20 (5): 207 215 (1999), with Robert J. Aalberts.
“Ethics: Escaping the Either/Or Conundrum,” The Journal of Investment Consulting, 1(1): viiiix December (1998).
“Business with a Soul: A Reexamination of What Counts in Business Ethics,” Hamline Journal of Law and Public Policy, 20(1): 1 88 (1998), with Jon Entine.
“Teaching Stakeholder Theory: It’s For Strategy, Not Business Ethics,” Journal of Legal Studies Education, 16(2): 203 226 (1998).
“Causality as an Influence on Hindsight Effects: An Empirical Examination of Judges’ Evaluation of Professional Audit Judgment,” Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, with Philip M.J. Reckers and D.J. Lowe, 17(2): 143 167 (1998).
“Why An International Code of Business Ethics Would Be Good for Business,” with Larry R. Smeltzer, Journal of Business Ethics, 17(1): 57 66 (1998).
“Clarity of Judgment During Amoral Times in a Society Addicted to Codified Law,” Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery, 117 (1): 1 6 (1997).
“The Model Rules and the Code of Professional Responsibility Have Absolutely Nothing To Do With Ethics,” Wisconsin Law Review, 1996(6): 1223 1254 (1996).
“An Empirical Examination of the Influence of the “New” US Audit Report and Fraud Red Flags on Perceptions of Auditor Culpability,” with Dan Kneer and Philip Reckers, Managerial Auditing Journal, 11(6): 18 30 (1996).
“Mitigating the Auditor’s Legal Risk,” with Dan Kneer and Philip Reckers, Managerial Finance, 22(9): 61 85 (1996).
“Mitigating the Auditor’s Legal Risk,” with Dan Kneer and Philip Reckers, Materiality, Risk and Fraud, 22 (9): 61 85 (1996).
“The Folly of Anti Scalping Laws,” with Stephen K. Happel, The Cato Journal, 15 (1): 65 80 (1995).
“Now That’s Funny: A Guide for Using Humor in Legal Studies,” Journal of Legal Studies Education, 13(2): 287 310 (1995).
“The True Meaning of Relational Contracts: We Don’t Care About the Mailbox Rule, Mirror Images, or Consideration Anymore Are We Safe?” Denver University Law Review, 73(1): 9 22 (1995).
“We Can’t Get No Respect,” Business Lawyer, 4(3): 51 56 (1995).
“The Effects of Using Diagnostic Decision Aids for Analytical Procedures on Judges: Liability Judgments,” with Anderson, Kaplan and Reckers, Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, 14(1): 32 62 (1995).
“Property Damage Is An Emotional Experience,” Real Estate Law Journal, 23(2): 123 140 (1994), with David Gass.
“A Primer for the Constitutionally Impaired,” Duquesne Law Review, 32(4): 743 771 (1994).
“The Efficacy of Merit Review of Common Stock Offerings: Do Regulators Know More Than the Market,” Journal of Public Law, 7(2): 211 244 (1993).
“The Presence of Hindsight Bias in Peer and Judicial Evaluation in Public Accounting Litigation,” with D. Kneer and P. Reckers, Tort & Insurance Law Journal, 27(3): 461 479 (1993).
“The Significance of Audit Decision Aids and Precase Jurists’ Attitudes on Perceptions of Audit Firm Culpability and Liability,” with D.C. Kneer and P.M.J. Reckers, Contemporary Accounting Research, 9(2): 491 509 (1993).
“The Ethics of Worker Safety Nets for Corporate Change,” with Larry R. Smeltzer and Marie F. Zener, Journal of Business Ethics, 12 (2): 459 468 (1993).
“Does Secured Transaction Mean I Have a Lien? Thoughts on Chattel Mortgages and Other Complexities of Article IX,” Nova Law Review, 17 (2): 690 704 (1993).
“Buying Property From the Addams Family,” Real Estate Law Journal, 22(2): 43 54 (1993).
“Let’s Have Liability, More Liability, and No Case Law: Due Diligence, 1 OQs, 1 OKs, and $10 Ms (As in Average Verdict),” Southwestern University Law Review, 22 (2): 373 388 (1993).
“Why Corporate Boards Don’t Work,” Journal of Law and Commerce, 12 (1): 85 111 (1992).
“The Cycle of Litigation Crises: Foreseeable But Not Foreseen,” Preventive Law Reporter, 11(3): 7 11 (1992).
“By Control of the Business Anatomy, In Court Time Can Be Minimized,” Preventive Law Reporter, 10(3): 3 10 (1992).
“I Want to Know What Bearer Paper Is,” Brigham Young University Law Review, 1992(2): 385-396.
“The Impact of Alternative Negligence Defense Rules on Litigation Behavior and Tort Claim Disposition,” BYU Journal of Public Law, 5(1): 33 67 (1991).
“Ten Preventive Strategies for Resolving Disputes,” Preventive Law Reporter, 10(3): 3 10 (1991).
“The Auditor’s Dilemma: The Incongruous Judicial Notions of the Auditing Profession and Actual Auditor Practice,” with Daniel C. Kneer and Philip M.J. Reckers, American Business Law Journal, 29 (1): 99 125 (1991).
“Selected Auditor Communications and Perceptions of Legal Liability,” with D.C. Kneer and P.M.J. Reckers, Contemporary Accounting Research, 7 (2): 449 465 (1991).
“A Source of Insecurity Discussion and an Empirical Examination of Disclosure Standards” in Compendium, “The Continuing Disclosure System: Problems and Participants,” compiled by Business Law section of the American Bar Association, (3): 115 156 (1991).
“The Wild Card in Complex Business Litigation: The Jury,” with Chris Neck ABD, Commercial Law Journal, 96 (1): 45 5 8 (1991).
“Seller/Broker Liability in Multiple Listing Service Real Estate Sales: A Case for Uniform Disclosure,” with Guy Wolfe, Real Estate Law Journal, 20(1): 21 53 (1991).
“Arizona Corporation Commission v. Media Products, Inc.: Clarification of Competing Federal and State Securities Regulation,” Cleveland State Law Review, 37(3): 449 470 (1990).
“Business Law as a Telecourse,” with Dan Davidson, Journal of Legal Studies Education, 9(1): 129 139 (1990)
“Why Auditors Lose in Shareholder Litigation on Financial Statements,” with Philip Reckers and Dan Kneer, Commercial Damages Reporter, 5(7): 203 222 (1990).
“Assessing the Economic Rationale and Legal Remedies for Ticket Scalping,” with Stephen Happel, Journal of Legislation, 16(1): 1 14 (1990).
“Tarkanian: The Demise of Legal Accountability for the NCAA; Clarification of State Action and a Shift in the Litigation Burden to Academic Administrators,” Whittier Law Review, 11 (1): 77 109 (1989).
“Student Athletes, Athlete Agents and Five Year Eligibility: An Environment of Contractual Interference, Trade Resistance and High Stake Payments,” with Lynn Ziolko, Detroit Law Review, 66(2): 179 220 (1989).
“The Ultimate Inside Information: Financial Institutions and Auditors as a Control of Market Response to Clients’ Securities Offerings,” with Carl Hudson, Arkansas Law Review, 42(2): 467-518 (1989).
“The Adequacy of Auditor Disclosures in Financial Statements: Does More Disclosure Mean Less Liability? Does Acknowledgment of Non Disclosure Alleviate Liability?” with Philip M.J. Reckers and Daniel C. Kneer, Journal of Law and Commerce, 8(2): 283 316 (1988).
“Drug Testing and the Rights of Student Athletes,” with Ethan Lock, The Law Digest, 37(1): 24 January, 1988.
“The Abolition of the Right to Fire No Fault is in Divorce Only,” Business and Society, 27(1): 23 28 (1988).
“Paralegals: Attitudes and Functions of Paralegals: Ten Year Perspective,” with Pat Murranka, Law Office Economics & Management, 29(2): 192 206 (1988).
“The Constitutionality of Mandatory Student Athlete Drug Testing Programs: The Bounds of Privacy,” with Ethan Lock, University of Florida Law Review, 30(4): 581 613 (1987).
“Lawyers for Entrepreneurs: Do They Exist?” Business Forum, 12(2): 4 6 (1987).
“A Re examination of the Concept of Materiality: Views of Auditors, Users, and Officers of the Court,” with Kneer and Reckers, Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory, 6(2): 104 115 (1987).
“A Source of Insecurity: A Discussion and an Empirical Examination of Standards of Disclosure and Levels of Materiality in Financial Statements,” with Kneer and Reckers, Securities Regulation Law Journal, 12: 337 367 (1986).
“Federalism to an Advantage: The Demise of State Blue Skylaws Under the Uniform Securities Act,” with R. Kudla, Akron Law Review, 19: 395 418 (1986).
“The ‘Due on Sale’ Bail Out for Mortgage Lenders: An Analysis of Its Economic and Legal Soundness,” St. Louis University Law Journal, 30: 1151 1174 (1986).
“The Unenforceability of Contracts: A Cost of Doing Business?” Commercial Law Journal, 90(10): 636 638 (1985).
“Paralegals − Trends for Development,” Journal of Law Office Economics & Management, 26(3): 279 286 (1985).
“Just How Much Should a Financial Statement Really Disclose?” with Kneer and Reckers, Business Horizons, 28(6): 65 71 (1985).
“A Source of Insecurity: A Discussion and an Empirical Examination of Standards of Disclosure and Levels of Materiality in Financial Statements,” with Kneer and Reckers, Journal of Corporation Law, 10(3): 639 688 (1985).
“A Casual Empirical Review of Grading Methodologies in Undergraduate Law Courses: What Works, What Doesn’t,” Journal of Legal Studies Education, 3(2): 121 125 (1985).
“Can the Disciplines Agree? Concepts of Materiality and Disclosure,” with Kneer and Reckers, Securities Regulation Law Journal, 12(4): 336 337, Winter 1985.
“What Financial Statement Users Need to Know: A Study of Credit Managers and CPAs,” with Kneer and Reckers, Credit and Financial Management Part I, September 1984; Part II, October 1984; 86(10): 18 21 (1984).
“Concepts of Materiality and Disclosure,” with Kneer and Reckers, CPA Journal, 54(12): 20 30 (1984).
“Materiality: Are Bankers More Concerned than CPAs?” with Kneer and Reckers, Journal of Commercial, Bank Lending 67(1): 31 52 (1984).
“The New Era of Director Liabilities: Does the Board or the Judge Ultimately Determine Its Liabilities to Shareholders,” The Forum, 14(1): 31 52 (1984).
“The Corporate Spin off: An Examination of Rationale Legal, Regulatory and Tax Factors,” with Ron Kudla, The Commercial Law Journal, 89(6): 273 277 (1984).
“PAC’s: The Whats, Hows and Why’s,” Leadership, December 1984, pp. 62 63. Excerpted from Business Strategy for the Political Arena, with Shipper, Westport, Connecticut: Quorum Books, 1984.
“Effective Dictation,” The Audio Lawyer, 1(7) December (1983).
“Malfunction Liability Limitations in Computer Contracts Who’s Winning?” Journal of Law and Technology, 16(1): 3 20 (1983).
“Managing Your Practice: Effective Dictation Techniques,” The Practical Accountant, May 1983: 61 62.
“Pre emption and State Anti Redlining Regulations: The Need for Clarification,” Fordham Urban Law Journal, XI(2): 225 261 (1983).
“Due on Sale Clauses: What’s Due? Plenty!,” with C. McGuire, Real Estate Law Journal, 11(4): 291 309 (1983).
“The CPA and Effective Dictation,” The Practical Accountant, Fall 1982: 20 26.
“The Paraprofessional and the Overtime Exemption,” Law Office Economics and Management, 22(3): 315 327 (1981).
“Legal Restrictions in Interviewing and Hiring: What the CPA Should Know,” The Journal of Accountancy, 33(4): 27 32 (1982).
“Techniques for Effective Dictation in the Law Office,” The Practical Lawyer, 28(5): 81 86 (1982).
“The FTC and Children’s TV A Regulation Battle,” The Forum, 13(1): 29 54 (1981).
“Current Changes in Credit Laws,” Banker Tradesman, 28(5): 13 18 (1981).
“More Antitrust Violations to Come for Real Estate Brokers,” Real Estate Law Journal, 10(1): 52 65 (1981).
“Paralegal Salary Survey,” Law Office Economics and Management, 20(4): 348 (1980).
“Paralegal Education and Undergraduate Law Instruction,” The Forum, 12(1): 43 54 (1980).
“Strategic Planning for Managerial Political Interaction,” Business Horizons, 24(4): 44 51 (1981)
“Unmarried Cohabitants: New Issues, New Answers, New Problems,” Community Property Journal, 8(1): 47 52 (1980).
“Interaction Between Paralegals and Attorneys,” Law Office Economics and Management, 23(3): 348 353 (1980).
“In the Matter of Cooga Mooga and Charles E. Boone,” The American Business Law Journal, 17(4): 531 535 (1980).
“EFT − An Explanation, An Update, The Law,” The Practical Lawyer, 25(8): 11 16 (1979).
“Paralegal Education and Certification Today,” ALI ABA CIE Review, 2(21): 2 (1980).
“The Voice Stress Test: A New Tool for Insurance Adjusters,” co authored with John O’Connell, The Insurance Law Journal, 68(6): 146 150 (1980).
“Commercial Impracticability − Does it Really Exist?” Whittier Law Review, 2(2): 241 256 (1980).
“The Fair Credit Reporting Act and Insurers,” The Insurance Law Journal, 68(1): 583 586 (1979).
“Combining Our Deficiencies to Teach Insurance Law,” with John O’Connell, The Forum, 11(1): 75 82 (1979).
“Conflicts of Law in Cohabitation Agreements,” The Family Advocate, 3(1): 30 36 (1980).
“Redlining It Applies to Insurers Too!” The Real Estate Law Journal, 8(3): 323 330 (1980).
“The Supreme Court Decides the Reverse Discrimination Issue?” The Forum, co authored with Bruce Childers, 11(1): 37 58 (1979).
“The New Right to Financial Privacy Act,” Nevada Review of Business and Economics, 3(2): 16-19 (1979).
“The Westinghouse Case,” The Forum, 10(1): 119 123 (1978).
“Paralegal Certification,” Arizona Bar Journal, co authored with Bruce Childers, 15(2): 32 37 (1979).
“The Contracts Dispute Act of 1978,” The Commercial Law Journal, 84(7): 275 279 (1979).
“Paralegal Salary Survey,” Arizona Bar Journal, with Bruce Childers, 15(2): 30 (1979).
“Property Rights of Unmarried Cohabitants: Who Gets What When the Cohabitation Collapses?” with Bruce Childers, Community Property Journal, 6(3): 258 272 (1979).
“Unraveling the Complexities of Commercial Paper,” The Forum, 10(1): 25 44 (1978).

JOURNAL ARTICLES ACCEPTED FOR PUBLICATION

ARTICLES SUBMITTED FOR PUBLICATION

“The Role of the Teaching Scholar in Politically Charged Times.” submitted August 2017.

ARTICLES AS CONTRIBUTING EDITOR

“The London Whale Escapes and Blames His Bosses,” Accounting and Compliance Alert September 15 2017.
“The Connection Between Ethics and the Quick Fix,” Accounting and Compliance Alert July 17 2017.
“Developers and the Rule Against Perpetuities: Mind Your Ancient Common Law,” Real Estate Law Journal 45(1): 64-71 (2017).
“Caterpillar’s Tax Strategy and the Painful Lessons Learned,” Accounting and Compliance Alert April 10, 2017.
“Thanks to RESPA: The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Is Unconstitutional (For Now),” Real Estate Law Journal 45(4): 575-581 (2017).
“When Internal Controls Fail,” Accounting and Compliance Alert March 20, 2017.
“The Employees Ate Our Culture,” New Perspectives 36(1):16-17 (2017).
“The Beast of Revenue Recognition,” Accounting and Compliance Alert December (2016).
“Amusement, Land, and Liability,” Real Estate Law Journal 45(3):409-417 (2016).
“The Characteristics of a Chief Audit Position,” Accounting and Compliance Alert November (2016).
“When No One Is Looking or Taking Note,” New Perspectives 35(4):37-38 (2016).
“The Post-Kelo World of Eminent Domain,” Real Estate Law Journal 45(2):235-242 (2016).
“Billing, Prevention and Ethics,” New Perspectives 35(3): 24-26 (2016).
“Chicago Cubs Fans and the Right to a View,” Real Estate Law Journal 45(1):92-100 (2016).
“Forward Looking vs. Historical,” Accounting and Compliance Alert November (2016).
“Food Safety Lessons on Ethical Culture,” New Perspectives 35(2):17-19 (2016).
“Earnings: Let Us Count the Ways,” Accounting and Compliance Alert November (2016).
“Covenants Do Not Go Away Even If Steam Engines Have,” Real Estate Law Journal 44(4):535-541 (2016).
“Why We Have CECL,” Accounting and Compliance Alert August 2016.
“The Preparation for a Defining Ethical Moment,” New Perspectives 35(1):11-13 (2016).
“Top Audit Mistakes,” Accounting and Compliance Alert, June (2016).
“Home Grown Accounting,” Accounting and Compliance Alert, May (2016).
“Low-Income Housing and the U.S. Supreme Court: Reconstituting the Suburbs and Curbing Local Regulation of Zoning and Planning,” Real Estate Law Journal, 44(3): 387-395 (2015).
“When the CEO ‘Didn’t Know’,” Corporate Finance Review, 20(3): 32-35 (2015).
“From the Courts,” Real Estate Law Journal, 44(2): 271-278 (2015).
“Toshiba Lessons: On Not Being so Judgmental of the Company or Japan,” Corporate Finance Review, 20(2): 36-39 (2015).
“The First Escape in 100 Years: The Dangers of Touting a Record,” New Perspectives 34(4):19-21 (2015).
“What Accounting Fraud Looks Like At Its Inception: Could You See It In Your Own Company?” Corporate Finance Review, 20(1): 28-33 (2015).
“A Primer on Fixtures, Stripping, and Chutes,” Real Estate Law Journal, 44(1): 58-68 (2015).
“What the Financial World Can Learn From Football,” Corporate Finance Review, 19(5): 33-38 (2015).
“Is This the First Step?” New Perspectives 34(3):21-24 (2015).
“A Look At the Types of Ethical Issues in Financial News Headlines,” Corporate Finance Review, 19(4): 38-41 (2015).
“The Under-the-Radar Conflicts with Docs,” Perspectives 34(2):16-18 (2015).
“The Doctors, the Pharmas, the ACA and Full Circle to Conflicts,” New Perspectives 34(1):11-13 (2015).
“The Duped Daughter: Promissory Estoppel and the Cattle Ranch,” Real Estate Law Journal, 43(3): 323-329 (2014).
“Economists, Ethics, and Regulators,” Corporate Finance Review, 19(3): 32-36 (2014).
“Accountability: If It Happens on Your Watch . . . ,” New Perspectives, 33(4): 37-40 (2014).
“The Self-Definer: A Clever Way Around a Rule Is Not an Ethical Issue,” Corporate Finance Review, 19(2): 36-40 (2014).
“HOAs, Fees, Laches, and Litigation,” Real Estate Law Journal, 43(2): 195-201 (2014).
“This Is Not Our Culture,” Oh, But It Is , and Has Been For Some Time,” Corporate Finance Review, 19(1): 37-41 (2014).
“Title Fraud – Those Recording Statutes . . . Again,” Real Estate Law Journal, 43(1): 47-55 (2014).
“The Lessons on the Role of Auditors From the Academy Awards,” Corporate Finance Review, 18(6): 34-37 (2014).
“Foreclosure, Anti-Deficiency Statutes, and Confusion,” Real Estate Law Journal, 42(4): 493-502 (2014).
“He Had His Ethics Training − Oh, and About Those Harvard Grades,” Corporate Finance Review, 18(5): 34-37 (2014).
“Buffett Versus Goldman Versus Friedman: Corporate Philanthropy and Finance,” Corporate Finance Review, 18(4): 29-32 (2014).
“The U.S. Supreme Court on Takings, Again,” Real Estate Law Journal, 42(3): 365-372 (2013).
“Ethics Lessons from Literature,” Corporate Finance Review, 18(3): 29-33 (2013).
“Accountability When Deceit Is In the Air: The “Under the Bus” Theorem,” Corporate Finance Review, 18(2): 30-34 (2013).
“The Problems, Nuisance and Otherwise, With Fauna,” Real Estate Law Journal, 42(2): 221-228 (2013).
“The Ethics of Willful Ignorance,” Corporate Finance Review, 18(1): 38-42 (2013).
“From Saws to Horses and Fallen Light Fixtures: Contractors and Premises Liability,” Real Estate Law Journal, 42(1): 83-91(2013).
“The ‘Who Knew’ Syndrome,” Corporate Finance Review, 17(6): 27-32 (2013).
“SAC: Using Your Gut and Not a Legal Standard When Assessing Ethics and Character,” Corporate Finance Review, 17(5): 41-44 (2013).
“RESPA Fee Splits and Other Things That Go Bump in Escrow,” Real Estate Law Journal, 41(4): 491-498 (2013).
“What HP Missed About Ethical Culture in Acquisition of Autonomy,” Corporate Finance Review, 17(4): 36-38 (2013).
“From the Courts: Technology, Real Estate, and Livery of Seisin,” Real Estate Law Journal, 41(3): 331-337 (2012).
“Are They Good or Are They Greedy? JP Morgan Chase, Ina Drew, and the Dangers of Misguided Character Measurements,” Corporate Finance Review, 17(3): 37-41 (2012).
“Could the Ethics of Regulators Be Part of the Problem?” Corporate Finance Review, 17(2): 33-37 (2012).
“From the Courts: JT/ROS Rules and Another Right to a View Case,” Real Estate Law Journal, 41(2): 192-197 (2012).
“The Real (and Ethical) Lessons From JP Morgan Chase and the Facebook IPO,” Corporate Finance Review, 17(1): 39-43 (2012).
“A Glass Walkway, a Pipeline, An Easement, and A Tree,” Real Estate Law Journal, 41(1): 79-86 (2012).
“The Bystander Effect in Finance: The Goldman Public Resignation,” Corporate Finance Review, 16(6): 40-42 (2012).
“Guiding the Employees Who Didn’t Do It,” Perspectives, 31(2): 15-17 (2012).
“MERS, Split Notes, and Foreclosures,” Real Estate Law Journal, 40(4): 469-478 (2012).
“The Story of Olympus: Missing Internal Controls and a Culture of Fear, Oddities, and Reluctance on Governance Reforms,” Corporate Finance Review, 16(5): 34-36 (2012).
“MF Global: How Many Times Must We Live Through the Same Scenario,” Corporate Finance Review, 16(4): 36-41 (2012).
“Not As Pure as the Driven Snow: Teachers Falling From Pedestals in Culture of Numbers,” New Perspectives, 30(4): 16-17 (2011).
“Response to ‘Walking Away Scot-Free: Trust, Expert Advice, and Realtor Responsibility,” Real Estate Law Journal, 40(3): 368-375 (2011).
“Slow Eminent Domain: Taking by Government Delay? A Look at Potomoc Development Corp. v. District of Columbia, Real Estate Law Journal, 40(3): 392-398 (2011).
“You Cannot Talk Your Way Out of a Situation That Your Conduct Got You Into: Lessons in Ethics From the Murdoch Events,” Corporate Finance Review, 16(2): 37-41 (2011).
“You Get What You Reward,” New Perspectives, 30(3): 22-23 (2011).
“Tough Economic Times and Tough Decisions,” Real Estate Law Journal, 40(2): 207-217 (2011).
“Bribery, Britain, and Basic Business,” Corporate Finance Review, 16(1): 40-44 (2011).
“Crushing Rocks and Defeats: Lessons from Poor Paperwork: Redux,” Real Estate Law Journal, 40(1): 71-79 (2011).
“We Don’t Need Another Hero.” Yes, Actually We Could Use More,” New Perspectives, 30(2): 13-14 (2011).
“The Irony of Complicity: Lehman Brothers, Ernst & Young, and Repo 105,” Corporate Finance Review, 15(6): 36-41 (2011).
“It’s Not the PR That’s Bad: The Ethics May Be the Problem,” Corporate Finance Review, 15(5): 38-41 (2011).
“Connecting the Dots Between Debt and Foreclosure: The Mortgage Mess Redux,” Real Estate Law Journal, 39(4): 495-506(2011).
“The Different Levels of Ethical Issues,” New Perspectives, 30(1): 25-27 (2011).
“Does Dodd-Frank Countermand Sarbanes-Oxley? On Whistleblowers and Internal Controls,” Corporate Finance Review, 16(1): 41-44 (2011).
“From the Courts: The Norman Conquest Rises Again in the Real Estate Docket,” Real Estate Law Journal, 39(3): 329-339 (2010).
“The Preventable Hindsight Bias,” New Perspectives, 29(4): 24-25 (2010).
“What Did You Do in the Past Year That Bothered You?” New Perspectives, 29(3): 36-40 (2010).
“Grappling with the Four Levels of Ethical Issues,” Corporate Finance Review, 15(3): 36-44 (2010).
“From the Courts: Math, Foreclosure, Priorities, and Other Nastiness in This Era of Default,” Real Estate Law Journal, 39(2): 173-180 (2010).
“The Goldman Standards and Shades of Gray,” Corporate Finance Review, 15(1): 35-41(2010).
“From the Courts: The City North Decision,” Real Estate Law Journal, 39(1): 82-88(2010).
“The Employee We Ignore, the Signs We Miss, and the Reality We Avoid,” Corporate Finance Review, 14(6): 42-44 (2010).
“The Lessons From Galleon Hedge Fund and the Insider Trading Ring,” Corporate Finance Review, 14(5): 43-45 (2010).
“A Time for Mortgages,” Real Estate Law Journal, 38(4): 454-461 (2010).
“Is Acquittal the New Ethical Standard?” Corporate Finance Review, 14(4): 43-47 (2010).
“Even When We Miss the Decision Tree, There Are Still Some Telltale Signs to Heed,” Internal Auditor, 24(6): 21-26 (2009) (reprint of Corporate Finance Review article).
“Ethics Offshore,” Corporate Finance Review, 14(2): 42-45 (2009).
“What Was He Thinking? And How Come Everyone Missed His Thought Processes?” New Perspectives, 28(4): 18-27 (2009).
“Let There Be Light,” Real Estate Law Journal, 38(3): 349-357 (2009).
‘Even When We Miss the Decision Tree, There Are Still Some Telltale Signs to Heed,” Corporate Finance Review, 14(1): 42-45 (2009).
“The Lessons of Susan Boyle for Ethics Programs,” New Perspectives, 28(3): 12-13 (2009).
“Fish, Game, Denied Mortgage Loans, and an Attorney General,” Real Estate Law Journal, 38(2): 193-202 (2009).
“On Shareholder Value,” Corporate Finance Review, 13(6): 35-40 (2009).
“Misrepresentation, Silent and Otherwise, in Liens, Sales, and Otherwise,” Real Estate Law Journal, 38(1): 66-74 (2009).
“Of Puzzles and Faint Signals,” New Perspectives, 28(2): 14-16 (2009).
“Paying Attention to Our Steps and Those Signs Again,” Corporate Finance Review, 13(5): 40-45 (2009).
“Tension in Real Estate,” Real Estate law Journal, 37(4): 304-311 (2009).
“If I Were Going Forward,” Corporate Finance Review, 13(4): 37-40 (2009).
“A Conflict Is a Conflict Is a . . . Redux,“ New Perspectives, 28(1) 14-15 (2009).
“The Need for Firewalls Between Business, Government, and Social Responsibility,” Corporate Finance Review, 37(3): 38-42 (2008).
“Firing the Rock Star,” New Perspectives, 27(4): 24-25 (2008).
“A Potpourri of Foreclosures,” Real Estate Law Journal, 37(3): 175-185 (2008).
“’How Did We End Up in This Spot?’” Corporate Finance Review, 13(2): 36-40 (2008).
“Buyer Beware of Parol,” Real Estate Law Journal, 37(2):200-208 (2008).
“This Stuff Just Wants Out There,” New Perspectives, 27(3): 11, 27 (2008).
“What Was Different About Companies With Lower Levels of Subprime Losses?” Corporate Finance Review, 13(1): 35-40 (2008).
“There’s No Such Thing as a Rogue Trader,” Corporate Finance Review, 12(6): 40-46 (2008).
“Standing in the Wings: When Third Parties Help with Earnings Management,” Corporate Finance Review, 12(5): 38-45 (2008).
“A Conflict Is a Conflict Is a Conflict . . . ,” New Perspectives, 27(1): 32-33 (2008).
“Of Boundaries, Surveys, and Prescriptive Easements,” Real Estate Law Journal, 37(1): 56-62 (2008).
“Some Thoughts on Ethics, Governance, and Markets: A Look at the Subprime Saga,” Corporate Finance Review, 12(4): 40-46 (2008).
“The Subprime Mortgage Foreclosure Mess,” Real Estate Law Journal, 36(4): 454-463 (2008).
“The Seven Signs of Ethical Collapse: Taking Action that Can Stop the Inexorable March,” New Perspectives 26(4): 21-25 (2007).
“The Lessons of the Subprime Lending Market,” Corporate Finance Review, 12(3): 44-48 (2007).
“Mortgage Follies,” Real Estate Law Journal, 36(3): 319-326 (2007).
“Criminals, Landowners, and Landlords: The Evolution of Liability of the Second and Third for the First,” Real Estate Law Journal, 36(2): 180-190 (2007).
“Five Years Out From Sarbanes-Oxley: The Flaws of the Dashboard Mentality on Ethics and Governance,” Corporate Finance Review, 11(6): 44-48 (2007). Reprinted in: Internal Auditing, 22(4): 20-24 (2007).
“Oh, What Times Are These! Of Brokers, Tourette’s Syndrome, and Not Even Being Close on Fiduciary Duty,” Real Estate Law Journal, 36(1): 39-48 (2007).
“That Tone-at-the-Top Thing: Tin-Eared Executives and the Ethical Issues Lost in Translation,” Corporate Finance Review, 12(2): 44-48 (2007). Reprinted in Internal Auditing, 22(6): 31-36 (2007).
“The Year in Review 2006: Best of the Courts 2006,” Real Estate Law Journal, 35(4): 586-597 (2007).
“That Tone-at-the-Top Thing: Tin-Eared Executives and the Ethical Issues Lost in Translation – Part II,” Corporate Finance Review, 12(1): 42-46 (2007).
“When You Have Made a Mistake,” Corporate Finance Review, 11(5): 44-48 (2007).
“Come See the Harder Side of Soft Dollars,” Corporate Finance Review, 11(4): 44-48 (2007).
“Just Because It’s Legal: A Half-Dozen Aesop’s Fable-Like Lessons of Hewlett-Packard’s Skullduggery,” Financial Engineering, 53: 11, 18 (2007).
“The Tax Man Cometh, Ex Ante and Post Hoc: Jones v. Flowers, 126 S. Ct. 1708 (2006),”Real Estate Law Journal, 35(3): 442-449 (2006).
“Nothing Illegal, But, Oh, the Ethical Issues,” Financial Engineering, November/December 2006: 29-38.
“Of Neighbors, Owner Occupation, and Residential Testiness,” Real Estate Law Journal, 35(2): 287-292 (2006).
“Why Do Smart Businesspeople Do Ethically Dumb Things?” Corporate Finance Review, 11(3): 38-42 (2006).
“Stock Options: What Happened Here?” Corporate Finance Review, 11(2): 44-48 (2006).
“It’s a Gray Area,” Financial Engineering, July/August 2006: 15-16.
“How a CFO Can Tell When Ethical and Legal Troubles Loom,” Corporate Finance Review, 11(1): 43-47 (2006).
“Real Estate Commission: Of Writings, Fraud, and the Continual Desire for Exceptions,” Real Estate Law Journal, 35(1): 145-158 (2006).
“In Their Own Words: What We Learn About Ethical Lapses and Their Prevention From the Hindsight of Those Who Committed Them,” Corporate Finance Review, 10(6): 44-48 (2006).
“How Ethics Trumps Market Inefficiencies and Thwarts the Need for Regulation,” Corporate Finance Review, 10(5): 36-41 (2006).
“The Wrong Emphasis: Expending Productive Dollars and Effort on Creating an Ethical Culture,” Financial Engineering, May/June 2006: 15-20.
“Curbing the Either/Or Conundrum,” Financial Engineering, March/April 2006: 13-14.
“Reposing: An Evolving Issue,” Real Estate Law Journal, 34(4): 470-483 (2006).
“Taking Ethics Programs to the Next Level: Why CFOs Are Critical,” Corporate Finance Review, 10(3): 38-42 (2005).
“From the Courts: Telecom Towers and Preemption,” Real Estate Law Journal, 34(3): 342-348 (2005).
“The Legal vs. Ethical Distinction and Why We Care,” Corporate Finance Review, 10(2): 42-47(2005).
“NIMBYs, BANANAs, LULUs, NOPEs, and NOWMPs: The Erupted World of Eminent Domain (The Boiling Stage or Part II),” Real Estate Law Journal, 34(2): 206-220 (2005).
“Does Officer Personal Conduct Matter When It Comes to Company Ethics?” Corporate Finance Review, 10(1): 43-46 (2005).
“When the Initial Decision is Flawed,” Financial Engineering News, 46 (Nov-Dec): 5 (2005).
“Tippecanoe and Anticompetitive Covenants, Too!” Real Estate Law Journal, 34(1): 77-83(2005).
“A Blind Eye and Winking Tolerance: Correcting Corrupt Corporate Cultures,” Corporate Finance Review, 9(6): 41-45 (2005).
“Conspicuous Governance Failures: Why Sarbanes-Oxley Is Not An Ethics Warranty,” Corporate Finance Review, 9(5): 41-47 (2005).
“NIMBYs, BANANAS, LULUs, NOPEs, and NOWMPs: The Percolating World of Eminent Domain (The Par Boil Stage or Part I,” Real Estate Law Journal, 33(4): 445-457 (2005).
“The Ethical Lessons of Marsh & McLennan,” Corporate Finance Review, 9(4): 43-48 (2005).
“The Seven Deadly Sins of Corporate Ethics Programs,” Internal Auditing, 20(1): 24-28 (2005) (reprinted from Corporate Finance Review).
“Dog Bites and Lamp Flies: The Increasingly Bizarre World of Real Estate Broker Liability for Property Conditions,” Real Estate Law Journal, 33(3): 307-316 (2004).
“The Seven Deadly Sins of Corporate Ethics Programs,” Corporate Finance Review, 9(3): 45-48 (2004).
“Bees Are Not Land and Home Inspection Liability Limitation Clauses Are Unconscionable,” Real Estate Law Journal, 33(1): 70-80 (2004).
“Stop the Madness: Just Do the Right Thing,” Corporate Finance Review, 9(2): 43-45 (2004).
“Acquittals, Convictions, and Ethics, Corporate Finance Review, 9(1): 43-48 (2004).
“Parmalat: Ethical Collapse Goes Global,” Corporate Finance Review, 8(5): 43-46 (2004).
“Multiple Listing Services – Antitrust and Policy,” Real Estate Law Journal, 32(2): 140-149 (2003).
“Ethics and Non-GAAP Financial Reporting,” Corporate Finance Review, 8(3): 43-46 (2003).
“Quantum Meruit Rises Again,” Real Estate Law Journal, 32 (1): 272-285 (2003).
“The Ethics Lessons of HealthSouth,” Corporate Finance Review, 8(1): 44-48 (2003).
“Arbitration and Cohabitation,” Real Estate Law Journal, 31(4): 337-347 (2003).
“Ineffectual Whistleblowing,” Corporate Finance Review, 7(5): 39-38 (2003).
“Have No Fear Financial Officers: Ethics and Common Sense Will See You Through,” Corporate Finance Review, 7(3): 42-48 (2002).
“Why Regulation Won’t Fix the Problems Plaguing Corporations: Moral Clarity as a Resolution,” Corporate Finance Review, 7(2): 39-48 (2002).
“Where Was the Audit Committee?” Corporate Finance Review, 6(6): 45-48 (2002); reprinted as “Where Was the Audit Committee?,” Internal Auditing, 17(3):42-45 (2002).
“The Ethical Lessons of Enron and Finova,” Corporate Finance Review, 6(5): 37-46 (2002).
“The Ethics of Materiality in Financial Reporting,” Internal Auditing, 17(1): 22-27 (2002).
“The Emotional Distress of Property Damage,” Real Estate Law Journal, 30(4): 324-332 (2002).
“The Ethics of Confrontation: The Virtues and Vice in Remaining Silent,” Corporate Finance Review, 6(4): 42-46 (2002).
“Eminent Domain Is Not What It Used to Be,” Real Estate Law Journal, 30(3): 232-241 (2002).
“The Ethics of Materiality in Financial Reporting,” Corporate Finance Review, 6(3): 37-42 (2001).
“From the Courts: Real Property Disclosures,” Real Estate Law Journal, 30(2): 39-44 (2001).
“A Post Mortem on the Dot Com Economy: Basic Values Forgotten.” Corporate Finance Review, 6(2): 42-48 (2001).
“Lessons on Ethical Culture From Morgan Stanley Dean Witter,” Corporate Finance Review, 5(7): 41-44 (2001).
“The Ethics of Business in China,” Corporate Finance Review, 5(6): 42-45 (2001).
“Insider Trading: New Twists, New Methodology, and New Rules,” Corporate Finance Review, 5(4): 41-43 (2001).
“A Tale of Complexities and Complex Evaluations,” Real Estate Law Journal, 29(4): 338-348 (2001).
“Dementia and Deeds: Who Gets the Property?” Real Estate Law Journal, 29(3): 224-234 (2000).
“Auditors as Consultants and the Conflicts of Interest,” Corporate Finance Review, 5(3): 40-44 (2000).
“On Losing the Market’s Moral Consensus,” Corporate Finance Review, 5(2): 31-34 (2000).
“Real Estate Licensing: Does Character Count?” Real Estate Law Journal, 29(1): 35-42 (2000).
“The Dot-Com’s New Age Ethics,” Corporate Finance Review, 5(1): 39-42 (2000).
“News in Nuisance,” Real Estate Law Journal, 29(2): 140-150 (2000).
“Ethics of Plaintiffs in Securities Litigation,” Corporate Finance Review, 4(6): 41-45 (2000).
“The Breakdown of Long Term Capital: A Lesson in Stewardship,” Corporate Finance Review, 3(4): 41 43 (1999).
“Agent Liability and Seller’s Representations,” Real Estate Law Journal, 27(3): 308 314 (1999).
“Those Mitigating Circumstances: Landlords are Now in Them,” Real Estate Law Journal, 26(3): 294 301 Winter (1998).
“Air, Light, and Other Ancient Doctrines Springing Into Courts,” Real Estate Law Journal, 26(4): 395 401 Spring (1998).
“Why Can’t We `Get’ Insider Trading?” Corporate Finance Review, 3(1): 39 43 (1998)
“Conflicts of Interest − What They Are and How to Handle Them,” Corporate Finance Review, 3(2) 38 43 (1998).
“Moral Development in the Business World,” Corporate Finance Review, 3(3): 42 46 (1998).
“Trust and Capitalism: You Can’t Have One Without the Other,” Corporate Finance Review, 2(4): 40 43 (1998).
“The Ethics of Derivatives,” Corporate Finance Review, 2(5): 39 43 (1998).
“Social Responsibility,” Corporate Finance Review, 2(6): 35 38 (1998).
“A Potpourri of Cases: The Courts Have Been Busy with Real Property Because Land Owners Haven’t Been Busy Enough with Details,” Real Estate Law Journal, 27(2):199 206 (1998).
“Landlords, Criminals, and Liability,” Real Estate Law Journal, 27(1):92 109 Summer (1998).
“Creativity and the Implied Warranty of Habitability,” Real Estate Law Journal, (1998).
“Full and Fair Disclosure: Why Companies Part Ways with the SEC,” Corporate Finance Review, 2(2): 38 41 (1997).
“Twenty Years of FCPA: Bribery, Facilitation and International Business,” Corporate Finance Review, 2(1): 39 43 (1997).
“The Codification of Ethics in Financial Reporting,” Corporate Finance Review, 1(6): 31 33 (1997).
“The Evolving Nature of Title Insurance as a Contract: Removing the Notions of Panacea,” Real Estate Law Journal, 25(3): 301 305 (1997).
“Compliance Programs Do Not Equal Ethics,” Corporate Finance Review, 1(4): 38 40 (1997).
“The Kathie Lee Gifford Third Party Ethics Problem,” Corporate Finance Review, 1(3): 42 44 (1996).
“The Slippery Slope From ‘Hold to Pay in 45 Days’ to Phantom Inventory,” Corporate Finance Review, 1(2): 39 42 (1996).
“There’s No Such Thing as a Rogue Employee,” Corporate Finance Review, 1(1): 37 40 (1996).
“Annual Judicial Review,” Real Estate Law Journal, 25(2): 187 190 (1996).
“In Some Jurisdictions, Taxes Are a Form of WASTE,” Real Estate Law Journal, 25(1): 93 79 (1996).
“Hidden Disabilities: Antidiscrimination Laws and Their Impact on Use of Real Property,” Real Estate Law Journal, 24(2): 165 168 (1996).
“Lender Liability, CERCLA, and Other Things That Go Bump in the Night,” Real Estate Law Journal, 24(4): 372 375 (1996).
“The Supreme Court on Housing Issues,” Real Estate Law Journal, 24(3): 270 273 (1996).
“Hidden Disabilities: Antidiscrimination Laws and Their Impact on Use of Real Property,” Real Estate Law Journal, 24(2): 165 168 (1995).
“Real Property Could Use Some Updating,” Real Estate Law Journal, 24(2): 103 121(1995).

ARTICLES IN NATIONAL PUBLICATIONS

“What Were They Smoking?” Ethisphere, 4: 62-63 (2007).
“The Social and Economic Costs of Immigration,” Wall Street Journal, March 24, 2004, A21.
“Remembering the ‘Business’ in Business Ethics,” Washington Post, August 25, 2002, B8.
“Ford-Firestone Lesson: Heed the Moment of Truth,” The Wall Street Journal, September 11, 2000, A43.
“Pop Goes the Classroom,” New York Times, December 12, 1999, BU 14.
“Business Students Who Hate Business,” The Wall Street Journal, May 3, 1999, A22.
“An Uncharitable Look at Corporate Philanthropy,” The Wall Street Journal, Dec. 22, 1998. A18.
“Who’s Harassing Whom?” The Wall Street Journal, July 6, 1998, A22.
“Trendy Causes No Substitute for Virtue in Business,” The Wall Street Journal, December 1, 1997, A22.
“Why Our Kids Can’t Do Math,” Reader’s Digest, November 1997, p.181.
“My Neighborhood Ruined, Thanks to HUD,” The Wall Street Journal, June 19, 1997, A18.
“Why Our Kids Can’t Do Math,” The Wall Street Journal, December 17, 1996.
“MTV Math Doesn’t Add Up,” The Wall Street Journal, December 17, 1996, A22.
“Five Warning Signs of Ethical Collapse,” The Wall Street Journal, November 4, 1996, A22.
“Wrong Party, Mr. Reeve,” The Wall Street Journal, August 28, 1996, A12.
“Academics and the Giggle Test,” The Christian Science Monitor, July 5, 1996, p.20
“‘Rain Forest Algebra Course Teaches Everything but Algebra,” The Christian Science Monitor, April 2, 1996, p.18.
“Don’t Eliminate Tenure Just to Trim Deadwood,” The Christian Science Monitor, February 1996, p.20.
“Just the Ticket for Super Bowl Fans,” The Wall Street Journal, January 25, 1996, A20.
“Confessions of a Business Ethicist,” The Wall Street Journal, September 25, 1995, A14.
“The Tony Bennett Factor,” The Wall Street Journal, June 26, 1995, A12.
“Herd Them Together and Scalp Them,” The Wall Street Journal, February 23, 1995, A25
“Business Schools’ Formula for Irrelevance”, The Wall Street Journal, November 1994, A18.
“Short Shrift for the Not so Perfect,” The Chicago Tribune, April 2, 1994, p. A14.
“A Mother Talks to Mrs. Clinton,” The Wall Street Journal, January 3, 1994, A6.

CITATIONS IN NATIONAL PRESS

“Developing a Code of Ethics,” Inc., February 2010.
“100 Most Influential People in Business Ethics,” Ethisphere, Quarter 4 (2009).
Randy Cohen, “Giving and Taking,” “The Ethicist,” New York Times, May 17, 2009, New York Times Magazine, p. 17.
“100 Most Influential People in Business Ethics,” Ethisphere, Quarter 4 (2008).
Randy Cohen, “The Ethicist,” New York Times, November 30, 2008, New York Times Magazine, p. 17.
“100 Most Influential People in Business Ethics,” Ethisphere, Quarter 4 (2007)
“FCPA Is Not Obscure,” New York Times, December 2, 2007, p. BU9.
Diana Ransom, “The Black Market In College-Graduation Tickets,” Wall Street Journal, May 8, 2007, pp. D1, D3.
Alan B. Krueger, “Wait Till Next Year, but Lock In the Ticket Price Now,”, New York Times, February 2, 2006, p. C3.
Morgan Wetzel, “The Virtues of Compliance Over Complaint,” Financial Times, January 15, 2006.
Morgan Wetzel, “How To Respond When Only Bribe Money Talks,” Financial Times, July 11, 2005.
“Corporate Governance Ratings: How Good Are They?” CFA Magazine, May/June 2004.
“Recommended Reading from Business Leaders,” Business Week Online, April 10, 2003.
“Former GE Chief Has ‘Met His Match’ in Divorce Court,” Los Angeles Times, Sept. 17, 2002, A1.
“Assailing, Defending Media’s Role,” Chicago Tribune, July 28, 2002, BUS 1.
“Programs to Reward Directors’ Charities Decline,” Director’s Alert, October 2001, p.20.
“Seven Lessons About Super Bowl Ticket Prices,” New York Times, February 1, 2001, C2.
“Ethical Issues with the Incredible Hulk,”Los Angeles Times, July 5, 2000, E-2 (interview on the ethics of SUVs).
“Ca Ching,” Forbes, June 12, 2000, pp. 84 85 (interview on ethics and legalities of slotting).
“Generational Warfare,” Forbes, March 23, 1999, p. 62 (interview on teaching business students).
“Whose Standards?” World Magazine (interview on ethical standards in the United States), Nov. 20, 1999.
“Where Are the Gloves? They Were Stocklifted by a Rival Producer,” Wall Street Journal, May 15, 1998, A1.
“All for One, One for All and Every Man for Himself,” New York Times, February 22, 1998, BUl .
“Warming the Cold Heart of Business,” Gail Dutton, Management Review, June, 1997, pp. 1819.
“What Business Are We In?” Gail Dutton, Management Review, September, 1997, p. 54.
“That So Called Pythagoreas,” John Leo, U.S. News & World Report, May 26, 1997, p 14.
“Disney Under Siege,” U.S. News & World Report, July 14, 1997, pp. 45 56.
“President Clinton’s Mandate for Fuzzy Math,” Wall Street Journal, June 11, 1997, A 22.
“The Latest Education Disaster,” Lynne V. Cheney, Weekly Standard, August 4, 1997, pp. 25 29.
“This is Math?,” Time, August 25, 1997, pp. 66 67.
“The Social Cost of Offshore Sourcing,” Purchasing Today, November, 1997 pp. 47 50.
“Does You Child Need a Tutor?,” Newsweek, March 30, 1998, pp. 46 53.
Yumiko Ono, “Where Are the Gloves? They Were Stocklifted by a Rival Producer,” Wall Street Journal, May 15, 1998, Al.
Adam Bryant, “All for One, One for All and Everyman for Himself,” New York Times, Feb. 22, 1998, D 1.

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