Legal Studies in Business
Lopez, V. D. (2013). Dealing with Uninvited and Unwelcomed Guests: A Survey of Current State Legislative Efforts to Control Illegal Immigration within Their Borders. International Journal of Public Law and Policy (IJPLP), 3(1), 43-62.
Vogel, G.M. (2013). Journal of Instructional Pedagogies, English Language & Cultural Challenges Facing Business Faculty in the Ever-Expanding Global Classroom, vol. 11 (Summer 2013).
Martin, S. L. (2012). Patronage Employment: Limiting Litigation, San Diego Law Review. 49, 669-692.
Tinkelman, D. P., Visnathan, P., Vogel, G. M. (2012). “Sub S Valuation: To Tax Effect, Or Not To Tax Effect, Is Not Really The Question.” The Tax Lawyer.
Vogel, G. M. (2012). Clinton, Campaigns, and Corporate Expenditures: The Supreme Court’s Recent Decision in Citizen’s United and It’s Impact on Corporate Political Influence. St. John’s L. Review. 183.
Vogel, G. M. (2012). Corporate Expenditures in Support of, or Against, Political Candidates: Has the Legal Landscape Changed After the BCRA and Citizens United?, North East Journal of Legal Studies. vol. 27, at 1.
Lopez, V. D. (2011). Principled Leadership: Finding Common Ground among Divergent Philosophies. University of Botswana Law Journal, 11, 153-158.
Lopez, V. D. (2011). Unauthorized Practice of Law in the United States: A Survey and Brief Analysis of the Law. North East Journal of Legal Studies, 60-84.
Martin, S. L. (2011). Wine Wars - Consumers and Mom-and-Pop Wineries vs. Big Business Wholesalers: A Citizens United Example. Kansas Journal of Law and Public Policy.
Lopez, V. D. (2010). Legislating Relief for the High Cost of College Textbooks: a Brief Analysis of the Current Law and its Implication for Students, Faculty and the Publishing Industry. Journal of Legal Studies in Business, 15(2009), 35-54.
Lopez, V. D. (2010). State Homestead Exemptions and Bankruptcy Law: Is it Time for Congress to Close the Loophole?. Rutgers Business Law Journal, 7(1 / Spring 2010), 143-168.
Martin, S. L. (2010). Betting on the Lives of Strangers: Life Settlements, STOLI, and Securitization. University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law.
Martin, S. L. (2010). Wind Farms and NIMBYs: Generating Conflict, Reducing Litigation. Fordham Environmental Law Review, 21.
Vogel, G. M., Slavin, N. S. (2009). Despite Initial Fears to the Contrary, It Appears that Sarbanes-Oxley Gave Private Litigants a “Dull Sword” When it Comes to Piercing the Corporate Veil. Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law.
Lopez, V. D. (2008). Illegal Immigration: Economic, Social and Ethical Implications. North East Journal of Legal Studies, 22(Fall 2009), 45-66.
Martin, S. L. (2008). Adverse Possession: Practical Realities and an Unjust Enrichment Standard. Real Estate Law Journal, 37, 133-162.
Martin, S. L. (2008). Litigation Financing: Another Subprime Industry That Has a Place in the United States Market. Villanova Law Review, Vol.53,pp.83-116.