MARISA ANNE PAGNATTARO
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339 Brooks Hall
Terry College of Business
University of Georgia
Athens, Georgia 30602
706.542.9084
[email protected] ~ http://www.terry.uga.edu/profiles/?person_id=491
EDUCATION
Ph.D., English, 1998, University of Georgia.
J.D., cum laude, 1987, New York Law School.
B.A. in English with Education minor, cum laude, 1983, Colgate University.
PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT
University
Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Programs, 2015-current.
I.W. Cousins Professorship of Business Ethics 2016-current.
Josiah Meigs Distinguished Teaching Professor of Legal Studies, 2013-current.
Director, Certificate in Legal Studies, 2012-2015.
Professor of Legal Studies, 2012-current.
Associate Professor of Legal Studies, University of Georgia, 2006-2012.
Assistant Professor of Legal Studies, University of Georgia, 2000-2006.
Robert E. Park Postdoctoral Teaching Fellowship, University of Georgia, 1998-2000.
Teaching Assistant, Department of English, University of Georgia, 1992-1997.
Courses taught at the Terry College:
International Law and its Environment (graduate and undergraduate)
Employment Law (graduate and undergraduate)
Legal Environment of Business (MBA, honors, & undergraduate)
First Year Odyssey Program: Doing Business in China
Honors ASIP Seminar - Current Legal Issues
Freshman College Program (A Civil Action)
MBA Integrated Exercise (Coordinator) 2005-2006.
Study Abroad:
Other:
Terry at Oxford (Summer 2002 & 2009)
Terry Travels (Summer 2004 – Prague, Bratislava, Salzburg,
Amsterdam, London)
GLOBIS Verona Program (Summer 2012, 2013 & 2014)
MBA Travels: China (March 2007, 2009 & 2011 – Beijing and Shanghai)
MBA Travels: Argentina (March 2016)
Ethics, Georgia School of Banking (2015)
Law
Kilpatrick & Cody (now known as Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP), Atlanta, Georgia,
Litigation Attorney, Corporate and Securities Litigation Group, 1987-1992.
United States Attorney's Office, New York, New York, Intern, 1986-87.
Elkind, Flynn & Maurer, P.C., New York, New York, Law Clerk, 1985-1986.
Wayne County Public Defender, Lyons, New York, Investigator, summers, 1982-84.
Susan Freeman Schapiro, Esq., Hamilton, New York, Legal Assistant, 1983-84.
Monroe County District Attorney's Office, Rochester, New York, Legal Intern, 1981.
HONORS, AWARDS AND RECOGNITION
Academy of Legal Studies in Business
American Business Law Journal Hoeber Memorial Award for Excellence in Research
(with Stephen Park), 2015.
Charles Hewitt McGraw-Hill/Irwin Master Teacher Award, 2010.
International Section Ralph J. Bunche Best Paper Award, 2010.
Distinguished Article, Journal of Legal Studies in Business, 2005.
University of Georgia
Center for Teaching and Learning Teacher of the Week, 2016.
Women’s Leadership Fellows Program, 2015-16.
Creative Teaching Award, 2014.
Recognized by the UGA Career Services Center, 2013, 2014, 2015.
Josiah Meigs Distinguished Teaching Professorship, 2013.
Outstanding Teaching Faculty Award, Honors Day, 2013.
Innovative Instruction Grant, Office of the Vice President for Instruction, 2013.
Senior Teaching Fellow, 2011-12.
Outstanding Teaching Faculty Award, Honors Day, 2012.
Terry College of Business Outstanding Teaching Award, 2011.
Teaching Academy Member, 2009.
UGA Student Government Association, Outstanding Teacher Recognition, 2008.
Outstanding Teaching Faculty Award, Honors Day, 2007.
Lothar Tresp Outstanding Honors Professor Award, 2006.
Recognized by the UGA Career Services Center, 2006, 2015.
Order of Omega, Faculty Recognition, University Appreciation Dinner, 2005.
Emil S. Troelston Award for Outstanding Business Education, Alpha Kappa Psi, 2005.
Alpha Kappa Psi Outstanding Teacher in Legal Studies, 2005.
Outstanding Teaching Faculty Award, Honors Day, 2005.
Richard B. Russell Undergraduate Teaching Award, 2004.
J. Hatten Howard, III Honors Program Teaching Award, 2003.
Palladia, UGA Women’s Highest Honor Society, 2003.
Outstanding Teaching Faculty Award, Honors Day, 2002.
Recognized by the University of Georgia Career Center, 2002.
Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society,1998.
Helen S. Lanier Graduate Fellow, Summer 1996.
University of Georgia Teaching Mentor Program, 1994-95.
Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award, University of Georgia, 1994.
Other Honors & Awards
Southeastern Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Malcolm Abel Distinguished Service Award,
2015.
American Association of University Women, Zeitler American Dissertation Fellowship, 1997-98.
James P. Kibbey Memorial Award for Excellence in Commercial Law, 1987.
American Jurisprudence Award for Excellence in Debtors' and Creditors' Rights, 1987.
PUBLICATIONS
Books
Oswald, Lynda J. and Marisa Anne Pagnattaro, eds., Managing the Legal Nexus Between
Intellectual Property and Employees: Domestic and Global Contexts (Elgar Publishing, 2015).
DiMatteo, Larry, Lucian Dhooge, Stephanie Greene, Virginia Maurer and Marisa Anne Pagnattaro,
International Sales Law: A Critical Analysis of CISG Jurisprudence (Boston: Cambridge
University Press) (2005).
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne, In Defiance of the Law (New York: Peter Lang) (2001).
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Text Books
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne, Dan Cahoy, Julie Magid, O. Lee Reed and Peter Shedd, The Legal and
Regulatory Environment of Business, 17th ed. (2015).
Reed, O. Lee, Marisa Anne Pagnattaro, Dan Cahoy, Peter Shedd, and Jere Morehead The Legal and
Regulatory Environment of Business, 16th ed. (2013).
Reed, O. Lee, Peter Shedd, Marisa Anne Pagnattaro, and Jere Morehead The Legal and Regulatory
Environment of Business, 15th ed. (2010).
Reed, O. Lee, Peter Shedd, Jere Morehead and Marisa Anne Pagnattaro, The Legal and Regulatory
Environment of Business, 14th ed. (2008).
Articles & Book Chapters – Legal
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne and Park, Stephen Kim, “The Long Arm of Section 337: International
Trade Law as a Global Business Remedy,” 52:4 American Business Law Journal 621-671
(2015) (lead article).
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne and Park, Stephen Kim, “Employee Misrepresentation: Using Section 337
to Combat Trade Secret Theft” (book chapter) in Managing the Legal Nexus between
Intellectual Property and Employees: Domestic and Global Contexts (Elgar Publishing) (2015).
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne, “Labor Rights are Human Rights: Sustainability Initiatives and Trade
Policy” (book chapter) in Bridging the Gap between Business and Human Rights, eds. Robert
C. Bird, Daniel R. Cahoy and Jamie Darin Prenkert, (Elgar Publishing) (2014).
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne, “Labor Rights are Human Rights: Direct Action is Critical in Supply
Chains and Trade Policy,” 10:1 South Carolina Journal of International Law & Business 1-62
(2013) (lead article).
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne, “Preventing Know-how from Walking out the Door in China: Protection
of Trade Secrets,” 55:4 Business Horizons 329-337 (2012) (lead article).
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne, “U.S. Trade Policy: Increased Emphasis on Worker Rights,” 40:3 The
Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law 663-713 (2012).
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne and Stephanie Greene, “’Say on Pay’: The Movement to Reform Executive
Compensation in the United States and European Union,” 31 Northwestern Journal of
International Law & Business 591-634 (2011).
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne, “From the Factory to the Playroom: Mattel, Inc.-Shenzhen Union King
Sales Contract Exercise” 28:2 Journal of Legal Studies Education 357-83 (Summer/Fall
2011).
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne and Ellen R. Peirce, “From China to Your Plate: An Analysis of New
Regulatory Efforts and Stakeholder Responsibility to Ensure Food Safety,” 42:1 George
Washington International Law Review 1-55 (2010) (lead article).
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne, “Is Labor Really ‘Cheap’ in China? Compliance with Labor and
Employment Laws,” 10:2 San Diego International Law Journal 357-379 (2009).
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne, “Employee Disclosures of Trade Secrets in China: Prevention Strategies”
(book chapter) in The Global Challenge of Intellectual Property Rights, eds. Robert C. Bird
and Subhash C. Jain (Elger Publishing) (2009).
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne, “Getting Under Your Skin – Literally: RFID in the Employment Context,”
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University of Illinois, 2008 Journal of Law, Technology & Policy 237 (2008).
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne, “Protecting Trade Secrets in China: Update on Employee Disclosures
and the Limitations of the Law,” 45:2 American Business Law Journal 399-415 (2008).
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne and Ellen R. Peirce, “Between a Rock and a Hard Place: The Conflict
Between U.S. Corporate Codes of Conduct and European Privacy and Work Laws,” 28:2
Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law 375-428 (2007).
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne, “The Google Challenge: Enforcement of Non-Compete and Trade Secret
Agreements for Employees Working in China,” 44:4 American Business Law Journal 603637 (2007).
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne, “Leveling the Playing Field: Labor Provisions in CAFTA,” 29:2 Fordham
Journal of International Law 386-446 (2006).
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne, “International Ethical Considerations at Pfizer, Inc.,” 22:2 Journal of
Legal Studies Education 169-197 (2005).
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne, “The ‘Helping Hand’ in Trade Agreements: An Analysis of and Proposal
for Labor Provisions in U.S. Free Trade Agreements,” 16:4 University of Florida, Florida
Journal of International Law (2004).
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne, “The Perils of Control: Affiliated Liability Under the WARN Act,” 41:2-3
American Business Law Journal 313-351 (2004).
John F. Beasley, Jr. and Marisa Anne Pagnattaro, “Reemployment Rights of Persons in the
Uniformed Services: Federal and State Law Protections,” 20:2 The Labor Lawyer 155-176
(2004).
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne, “What Do You Do When You Are Not At Work? Limiting the Use of OffDuty Conduct as the Basis for Adverse Employment Actions,” 6:3 University of
Pennsylvania Journal of Labor and Employment Law 625-684 (2004).
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne, “Enforcing International Labor Standards: The Potential of the Alien Tort
Claims Act,” 37 Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 203-63 (2004).
DiMatteo, Larry, Lucian Dhooge, Stephanie Greene, Virginia Maurer and Marisa Anne Pagnattaro,
“The Interpretive Turn in International Sales Law: An Analysis of Fifteen Years of CISG
Jurisprudence,” 24:2 Northwestern Journal of International and Business Law 299-440
(2004).
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne. “Genetic Discrimination and the Workplace: Employee’s Right to Privacy
v. Employer’s Need to Know,” 39:1 American Business Law Journal 139-185 (2001).
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne. “The Outrageous! Tort: Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress in the
Workplace,” 8 Journal of Legal Studies in Business 137-155 (2001).
Articles – Literature
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne. “Carving a Literary Exception: The ‘Obscenity’ Standard and Ulysses,”
Twentieth Century Literature 47:2 (2001): 217-240.
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne. “The Importance of Andrea Dworkin’s Mercy: Mitigating Circumstances
and Narrative Jurisprudence,” Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies 19:1 (1998): 147-166.
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne. “Emily Dickinson's Erotic Persona: Unfettered by Convention,” The
Emily Dickinson Journal 5:2 (1996): 32-38.
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Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne. “The Cocktail Party: The Moral Dialectic of Social Choice,” Yeats Eliot
Review 14.2 (1996): 36-42.
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne. “'Che Ti Dice La Patria?': Shadows of Meaning,” The Hemingway Review
14:2 (1995): 37-49.
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne. “The 'Unwobbling Pivot': Uncertainty and Process in the Pisan Cantos,”
Paideuma 24:1 (Spring 1995): 25-38.
Editorials, Book Reviews & Short Pieces
“Editor’s Corner,” American Business Law Journal, 51:4, v-vi (Winter 2014).
“Editor’s Corner: Accountability,” American Business Law Journal, 51:3, v-vi (Fall 2014).
“Editor’s Corner: The Roots of Scholarly Inquiry,” American Business Law Journal, 51:2, v-vi
(Summer 2014).
“Editor’s Corner: On Relevance,” American Business Law Journal, 51:1, v-vi (Spring 2014).
“Encouraging Student Interaction: An Investment in the Future,” Chalk Talk, ed. Loch Johnson
(Athens: UGA Press) (2010).
Duly Noted, a regular column of brief reviews of law-related titles, Georgia Bar Journal, 1996-2000.
“The Nature of Justice: Selected Literary Classics,” Georgia Bar Journal (August 2000).
“Divided Loyalties,” Review of Reckless Homicide by Ira Genberg and interview with the author,
Georgia Bar Journal 3:4 (February 1998): 38-40.
“Mothers in Law: Feminist Theory and the Legal Regulation of Motherhood” edited by Martha
Albertson Fineman and Isabel Karpin,” Women’s Studies International Forum 20.2 (1997):
339.
“Women in the Criminal Justice System by Clarice Feinman,” Women's Studies International Forum
18:3 (1995): 377.
“At Your Service” (Editorial), American Bar Association Journal, February 1994.
“Comparable Worth Ruling: Economic Reality,” “Doctors on Strike: Malpractice Charges,” and
“Compensating the Injured: Bankruptcy and Liability Claims,” Human Rights, an American Bar
Association Individual Rights Publication, Winter 1986.
Reference Articles
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“The Missing” by Thom Gunn, Poetry for Students, vol. 9. Ed. Mary K. Ruby. Detroit: Gale
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“Brazil, January 1, 1502” by Elizabeth Bishop, Poetry for Students, vol. 7. Ed. Mary K. Ruby.
Detroit: Gale Research, 1999.
“Journey of the Magi” by T.S. Eliot, Poetry for Students, vol. 6. Ed. Mary K. Ruby. Detroit: Gale
Research, 1999.
“A Supermarket in California” by Allen Ginsberg, vol. 5. Ed. Mary K. Ruby. Detroit: Gale Research,
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“Ars Poetica” by Archibald MacLeish, Poetry for Students, vol. 5. Ed. Mary K. Ruby. Detroit: Gale
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“Strong Men, Riding Horses” by Gwendolyn Brooks, Poetry for Students, vol. 4. Ed. Mary K. Ruby.
Detroit: Gale Research, 1999.
“My Papa’s Waltz” by Theodore Roethke, Poetry for Students, vol. 3. Eds. Marie Rose Napierkowski
and Mary K. Ruby. Detroit: Gale Research, 1998.
“In a Station of the Metro” by Ezra Pound, Poetry for Students, vol. 2. Eds. Marie Rose
Napierkowski and Mary K. Ruby. Detroit: Gale Research, 1998.
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and “Eugenia Hall,” Emily Dickinson Encyclopedia. Ed. Jane Donahue Eberwein. Westport,
CT: Greenwood Press, 1998.
Other Media
A Culture of Honesty: Promoting Academic Integrity (video) Script and Legal Consultant. Produced
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by the Office of Instructional Support and Development, University of Georgia, 1998, as a Liaison
for the Promotion of Academic Honesty, Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs, 1997-98.
LAW CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
Pagnattaro, Marisa Anne and Park, Stephen Kim, “Employee Misrepresentation: Using Section 337
to Combat Trade Secret Theft,” Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Seattle, WA, August
2014.
“Preventing Know-How from Walking out the Door in China: The Protection of Trade Secrets,”
Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Kansas City, MO, August 2012.
“U.S. Trade Policy: Increased Emphasis on Worker Rights,” Academy of Legal Studies in Business,
New Orleans, LA, August 2011.
“Labor’s Influence on U.S. Trade Law: Is it more than Protectionist Bravado?” Southeastern
Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Charleston, SC, November 2010.
“’Say on Pay’: The Movement to Reform Executive Compensation in the United States and
European Union,” Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Richmond, VA, August 2010
(presented with Stephanie Greene, Boston College).
“If I Eat This, Will it Kill Me? Analysis of Laws Regulating Food Manufactured in China and
Imported into the United States,” Southeastern Academy of Legal Studies in Business,
Miami-South Beach, FL, November 2009.
“Changes in Attitudes, Changes in Latitudes: Practical Tips for Employers Going Global,” Panel
Facilitator and Paper “Is Labor Really ‘Cheap’ in China? Compliance with Labor and
Employment Laws, American Bar Association Labor and Employment Law Employee
Rights and Responsibilities Midwinter Meeting International Law Subcommittee, Key West,
FL, March 2009.
“There are Labor and Employment Laws in China? The Rapidly Developing Legal Landscape,”
Southeastern Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Atlanta, GA, November 2008.
“Is Labor Really ‘Cheap’ in China? Compliance with Labor and Employment Laws,” Academy of
Legal Studies in Business, Long Beach, CA, August 2008.
“‘We’re Caught in a Trap. . .' : Suspicious Minds and RFID in the Workplace,” Southeastern
Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Memphis, Tennessee, November 2007.
“Literally Getting Under Your Skin: RFID in the Employment Context,” Academy of Legal Studies
in Business, Indianapolis, Indiana, August 2007.
“I Want to Hire You: Tell Me All About Yourself – Am I Invading Your Privacy?” American Bar
Association Labor and Employment Law Employee Rights and Responsibilities Midwinter
Meeting International Law Subcommittee Panel Facilitator, New Orleans, Louisiana, March
2007.
“The Google Challenge: Enforcement of Non-Compete and Trade Secret Agreements for Employees
Working in China,” Southeastern Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Savannah,
Georgia, November 2006.
“Between a Rock and a Hard Place: The Conflict Between U.S. Corporate Codes of Conduct and
European Privacy and Work Laws,” Academy of Legal Studies in Business, St. Petersburg,
Florida, August 2006 (presented with Ellen Peirce, Kenan-Flagler Business School, UNCChapel Hill).
“Leveling the Playing Field: Labor Provisions in CAFTA,” Academy of Legal Studies in Business,
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San Francisco, California, August 2005.
“Deficiencies in CAFTA’s Labor Provisions: A Proposal for More Effective Standards,” Southeastern
Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Miami, Florida, November 2004.
“The ‘Helping Hand’ in Trade Agreements: An Analysis of and Proposal for Labor Provisions in U.S.
Free Trade Agreements, Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Ottawa, Canada, August
2004.
“An ‘Exemplary Corporate Citizen’? International Ethical Considerations at Pfizer, Inc.,” Academy
of Legal Studies in Business, Ottawa, Canada, August 2004.
“Using the Methanex Dispute to Analyze NAFTA’s Chapter 11: A Case Study for International Law
Classes,” Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Ottawa, Canada, August 2004.
“Preventing Misuse of Genetic Information: The White Paper and Legislation in England,”
Southeastern Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Orlando, Florida, October 2003.
“What Do You Do When You are Not At Work? Limitations on Off-Duty Conduct,” Academy of
Legal Studies in Business, Nashville, Tennessee, August, 2003.
“Putting Responsibility Back into ‘Corporate Responsibility’ Statutes, A Primer on the WARN Act
and its Application to Affiliated Companies,” co-authored with (and presented by) John F.
Beasley, Jr., The 12th Annual Employment Litigation Conference, National Employment
Lawyers Association - Georgia Affiliate, Negril, Jamaica, December 2002.
“A Fox in the Hen House? Liability of Affiliated Corporations Under the WARN Act,” Southeastern
Academy of the Legal Studies in Business, Charleston, South Carolina, October 2002.
“Making A Visual Impression: Using Technology in the Courtroom,” co-authored with John F.
Beasley, Jr., America Bar Association Section of Labor & Employment Law Employment
Rights and Responsibilities Midwinter Committee Meeting, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, March
2002.
“Bringing Litigation to Life: Using A Civil Action in Legal Environment Classes,” Southeastern
Academy of the Legal Studies in Business, Atlanta, Georgia, October 2001.
“Globalization v. National Sovereignty: Relief Under NAFTA’s Chapter 11,” Academy of Legal
Studies in Business, Albuquerque, August 2001.
“The Outrageous! Tort: Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress and the Workplace,”
Southeastern Academy of the Legal Studies in Business, Savannah, Georgia, October
2000.
“Genetic Discrimination in the Workplace,” Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Baltimore,
August 2000.
National Institute for Trial Attorneys Workshop, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, May
1990.
INVITED LECTURES & PRESENTATIONS
“Evaluating Legal Studies Scholarship and Productivity,” Research Colloquium, Fox School of
Business at Temple University, October 2014.
“Demystifying the ABLJ Review Process: Tips for Mastering Manuscript Reviews,” Academy of
Legal Studies in Business, Seattle WA, August 2014.
“Employee Misrepresentation: Using Section 337 to Combat Trade Secret Theft,” Managing the
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Legal Nexus Among Intellectual Property, Employees, and Global Trade,” Ross School of
Business, University of Michigan, April 2014.
“Demystifying the ABLJ and Establishing a Productive Research Agenda,” Academy of Legal
Studies in Business,” Boston, MA, August 2013.
“Labor Rights are Human Rights: Sustainability Initiatives and Trade Reinforcement,” University
of Connecticut, Bridging the Gap Between Business and Human Rights Symposium, May
2013.
“Preventing Know-how from Walking out the Door in China: Protection of Trade Secrets,” Ross
School of Business, University of Michigan, January 2012.
“Executive Compensation: How Should We Structure Pay to Provide the Proper Incentives for
Executives?” Moving Forward: How the Global Financial Crisis Changes International
Business Law - Northwestern University Law School Symposium, Chicago, April 2011.
“From the Factory to the Playroom: Mattel, Inc.-Shenzhen Union King Sales Contract Exercise,”
Academy of Legal Studies in Business Master Teacher Symposium, Richmond, VA, August
2010.
“Successful Research and Publication Strategies,” Academy of Legal Studies in Business,
Richmond, VA, August 2010.
“Unauthorized Disclosures of Trade Secrets by Employees: Protecting ‘Know-How’ in China,” Ross
School of Business, University of Michigan, January 2009.
“International Labor Law Fundamentals: China,” American Bar Association Section of Labor and
Employment Law, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 2007.
“Protecting ‘Know-How’ in China: Unauthorized Disclosures of Trade Secrets by Employees,” The
Global Challenge of Intellectual Property Rights University of Connecticut CIBER
Symposium, Storrs, Connecticut, May 2007.
“An Interdisciplinary Look at Personal Ethics and the Law: Following the Compass in the Blood,”
University of Miami, Oxford, Ohio, February 2004.
“The Alien Tort Claims Act: A New Weapon in the International Fight for Labor Rights,” Huber
Hurst Research Seminar at the University of Florida, February 2003.
“Establishing Fair and Transparent Standards: NAFTA’s Chapter 11 is Not the Death Knell to
Environmental Laws,” Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland, College
Park, November 2001.
“Ugly Words & Vicious Acts: Prosecution of Hate Crime in the United States,” University of Illinois
at Springfield, Department of Legal Studies, January 1999.
“The Path of Non-Conformity: Women, Literature and the Law,” Key Note Speaker, America
Association of University Women, Greater Columbia Chapter, South Carolina, May 1998.
“Advancing the Literature of the Profession: A Practical Guide to Advocacy Through Publishing,”
The Seventh Annual Employment Litigation Conference, sponsored by the National
Employment Lawyers Association - Georgia Division, Jamaica, December 1997.
OTHER PRESENTATIONS
University of Georgia & Community – Talks and Panels
Between the World and Me, Honors Program Book Discussion Group, 2016.
“Business Writing,” Terry Top Talent Program, 2016.
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“Learning from the Pros: Faculty Panel,” Terry Women’s Initiative Moderator, 2016.
New Faculty Orientation, “Navigating UGA: Notable Teaching,” August 2015.
“Terry Women’s Roundtable Discussion,” October 2104, memorialized as “Faculty Roundtable:
Career & Gender,” Terry Magazine, Fall 2014.
UGA Admissions Academic Life,” Faculty Panel, UGA Chapel, September 2014.
“Faculty Leadership and Engagement,” Panel Member, Unicoi Faculty Symposium, April 2014.
Panel on Introversion and Classroom Strategies, Sponsored by CTL and Student Affairs, April
2014.
“Teaching at a Business School,” Phi Alpha Delta Panel, UGA School of Law, April 2014.
“Trade and Investment Opportunities and the U.S.-Cuban Economic Relationship in a Post
Embargo Regime,” The Cuban Embargo: Policy Outlook after Fifty Years, Panel Moderator,
Dean Rusk Center, March 2013.
“Faculty Lunch and Learn,” International Business Society, September 2012.
“Challenges for the Future of International Trade,” The Future of International Trade: An American
Perspective,” Business Law Symposium, Panel Moderator, Dean Rusk Center, February
2011. Transcript published in Occasional Papers, Dean Rusk Center, Vol. 7, Fall 2011.
“Succeeding in the Corporate World,” Terry College Professional Women’s Conference, Panel
Moderator, November 2010.
“Introduction to The Shaft” Ciné Global Lens Film Series, Athens, GA, October 2010.
“QEP First-Year Seminar Course,” Academic Advising Coordinating Council Spring 2010 AACC
Adviser Workshop, Panelist, April 2010.
“If I Eat This, Will It Kill Me? Analysis of Laws Regulating Food Manufactured in China and
Imported into the United States,” UGA Myers Dorm Series, April 2010.
“Women and Leadership: Making a Difference,” Palladia Iris Festival Luncheon Speaker, April
2009.
“Worker Rights in China? New Labor and Employment Laws,” Honors Brown Bag Talk, April 2009.
“SACS Student Learning Enhancement Team Faculty Panel,” November 2008.
“Doing Business in China: Legal Challenges,” P.E.O. International, Athens, GA, October 2008.
“Doing Business in China: Legal Challenges,” Georgia China Alliance, UGA Student Chapter,
September 2008.
“Global Operations: Legal Challenges for U.S. Companies,” Presentation for the Universidad
Veracruzana Program – International Public Service Outreach, June 2008.
“Faculty Expectations,” UGA Summer Orientation Session, June 2008.
“Five Things to remember as You Venture into International Business,” International Business `
Recognition Luncheon, April 2008.
“Doing Business in China: Legal Challenges,” Georgia China Alliance, UGA Student Chapter,
September 2007.
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Snow Honors Program Book Discussion, 2007.
“The Google Challenge: Protecting Trade Secrets in China,” Honors Brown Bag Talk, April 2007.
“Incorporating Writing into Classes,” Lilly Teaching Fellows, November, 2006.
“he Kite Runner Honors Program Book Discussion Group, 2005-06.
“Crawl Spaces and Glass Ceilings: Will U.S. Free Trade Agreements Make a Difference for Women
in the International Workplace?” UGA Women’s Studies Friday Speaker Series, November
2004.
“Scholar Visitation Days Faculty Panel,” Honors Program, November 2004.
“Ethics and Leadership: A Case Study,” UGA Graduate School’s Future Leader’s Program, Forest
Hills Resort and Conference Center, Dahlonega, GA, October 2004.
“Beyond the Classroom: Opportunities for Academic Enrichment,” Foundation Fellows Interview
Weekend Panel, February 2004.
“Lawrence v. Texas: Did the U.S. Supreme Court ‘Close the Door on an Era of Intolerance’?”
Foundation Fellows Dinner and Discussion, November 2003.
“Dinner With at the Profs,” Honors Program talk at the home of Jere Morehead on In Defiance of
the Law, October 2003.
“Productive Writing and Research Agenda,” Franklin Fellows Program, September 2003.
UGA Honors Faculty Mentor Program Orientation Lunch, Panel Member, August 2003.
UGA Honors Program, Foundation Fellowship and CURO Faculty Panel Member, June 2003.
“The Death Penalty: Time to Take a Second Look,” Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity Lecture,
January 2003.
“The Alien Tort Claims Act: Are Labor Rights Human Rights?” Carl Vinson Institute of
Government Research Seminar Series, April 2003.
Women in Leadership Panel, UGA T.O.P. Dog Leadership Resource Team Workshop, March 2003.
“Are Labor Rights Human Rights?” Honors Program Lunchbox Lecture Program, March 2003.
“Academic Honesty: A Primer for T.A.s,” GRSC 7770, November 2002.
“The Compass in the Blood: Planning A Career in Law,” Katherine Kise’s Honors Peer Advising
Class, September 2002.
Honors Faculty Panel Member, Scholar Visitation Day, Fall 2002.
Scholar Visitation and Georgia Preview Days Class Visits, 2002.
“Promoting Integrity: Academic Honesty at UGA,” University of Georgia Workshop for Graduate
Teaching/Laboratory Assistants, August 2002.
“Making the Transition from T.A. to Tenure Track,” University of Georgia Faculty Symposium
“Extraordinary Teaching Across the Disciplines” Panel Discussion, Unicoi, GA, April 2002.
“Surviving Law School Admissions and Life After Law School,” Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity,
University of Georgia, November 2001.
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“Legal Writing / Writing Legal: Considerations,” University of Georgia, English Department,
Technical Writing Class, April 2001.
“Legal Resources on the Internet,” National Employment Lawyers Association - Georgia Section,
Atlanta, Georgia, May 2000.
“A Law of Their Own? Susan Glaspell’s A Jury of Her Peers, Judging and Humanities for
Magistrate and Municipal Court Judges, University of Georgia Law School, April 2000.
“A Day in Your Intellectual Property Life,” University of Georgia, Department of Legal Studies,
March 2000.
“Getting In and Getting Through Law School,” University of Georgia Career Day for English
Majors, February 2000 and March 2001.
“When Students Cheat: What Should You Do?” University of Georgia Workshop for Graduate
Teaching/Laboratory Assistants, August 1998 and August 1999.
“Academic Honesty: Practical Considerations,” English Department TA Orientation, University of
Georgia, September 1995 and August 1998.
“Designing Courses that Incorporate Research Interests,” Panel Discussion, Department of
English, University of Georgia, May 1998.
"Beyond Leave It To Beaver: Feminism and Families," Guest Lecturer for Patricia Del Rey's
Women's Studies 210 Class, University of Georgia, May 1995.
"Orientation on Professionalism," Group Facilitator for the Georgia Bar Association, University of
Georgia Law School, August 1994.
LITERATURE CONFERENCES
“Carving a Literary Exception: The ‘Obscenity Standard’ and Ulysses” and “Breaking the Surface
of the Text: Using Art to Address Difficulty,” Modernist Studies Association, Penn State,
October 1999.
“Justifiable Homicide? The Effect of Slave Law in Toni Morrison’s Beloved,” American Literature
Association Symposium on Contemporary Literature, Los Cabos, Mexico, November 1998.
“The Impact of the Law of Slavery: Sherley Anne Williams’ Dessa Rose,” Ninth Annual Conference,
American Literature Association, San Diego, California, May 1998.
“Depictions of Law in Literature: Is there any ‘Justice’?” Special Session Organizer and Chair,
South Atlantic Modern Language Association, Atlanta, Georgia, November 1997.
“Women’s Stories and the Law: Andrea Dworkin’s Mercy,” Southeastern Women's Studies
Association, Athens, Georgia, April 1997.
“Muriel Rukeyser's One Life: The Law vs. the Law of Process,” National Poetry Foundation
Conference on American Poetry of the 1950s, Orono, Maine, June 1996.
“Mina Loy's Complete Woman: Sensuous and Maternal,” American Literature Association
Symposium on Women Poets of the Americas, Cancun, Mexico, December 1995.
“Emily Dickinson's Erotic Persona: Unfettered by Convention,” International Emily Dickinson
Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, August 1995. Panel Chair - Gender Issues in Dickinson.
“Erotic Images in Emily Dickinson,” Southeastern Women’s Studies Association, Tuscaloosa,
Alabama, March 1995.
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SERVICE ACTIVITIES
Editorial
American Business Law Journal
Advisory Editor in Chief, 2014-15
Editor in Chief, 2013-14
Managing Editor, 2012-13
Senior Articles Editor, 2011-12
Articles Editor, 2009-11
Staff Editor and Reviewer, American Business Law Journal, 2004-2009.
Editorial Review Board, Journal of Legal Studies in Business, 2007-2015.
Managing Editor, Journal of Legal Studies in Business, 2003-2005.
Advisor to the Editorial Board, Georgia Bar Journal, 2002-2005.
Editor-in-Chief, Georgia Bar Journal, 2001-2002 term.
Editorial Board Member and Book Review Editor, Georgia Bar Journal, 1995-2001.
Assistant Editor, The Alliance, Georgia Chapter - National Employment Lawyers Association, 19992001.
Notes and Comments Editor, Human Rights Annual, New York Law School, 1986-87.
Professional
Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Secretary-Treasurer, 2015-16
Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Executive Committee Member, 2013-14.
American Business Law Journal Invited Scholars Colloquium, Discussant, August 2014.
American Business Law Journal Invited Scholars Colloquium, Discussant, August 2013.
American Bar Assoc. Co-Chair of the International Subcommittee for the Employment Rights and
Responsibilities Committee, 2002-2012.
Southeastern Academy of Legal Studies in Business Membership Committee, 2008-2010.
Southeastern Academy of Legal Studies in Business, ALSB Delegate, 2006-2008.
Academy of Legal Studies in Business International Section, President, 2008-2009.
Academy of Legal Studies in Business International Section, Vice-President, 2007-2008.
Academy of Legal Studies in Business International Section, Secretary/Treasurer, 2006-2007.
Academy of Legal Studies in Business Labor and Employment Section, Chair, 2006-2007.
Academy of Legal Studies in Business Labor and Employment Section, Vice Chair, 2005-2006.
Academy of Legal Studies in Business Labor and Employment Section, Secretary, 2004-2000.
Southeastern Academy of Legal Studies in Business, President, 2005-2006.
Southeastern Academy of Legal Studies in Business, President-Elect/Program Chair, 2004-2005.
National Employment Lawyers Association Task Force on USERRA, Fall 2004.
Southeastern Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Vice-President, 2003-2004.
Southeastern Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Treasurer, 2002-2003.
Committee for Academic Responsibility, New York Law School, 1985-87.
Community
Classic City Equestrian, Board Member & Parliamentarian, 2012-2015.
University of Georgia
University Level
Associate Provost, Office of International Education Search Committee Member, 2016.
Coca-Cola First Generation Scholars Mentor, 2015-2016.
OIE Study Abroad Ad Hoc Committee, 2015-2016.
Center for Asian Studies, Faculty Advisory Board, 2014-current.
Teaching Academy Executive Committee, 2014-17.
University Council, Educational Affairs Committee, 2014-2017.
Lilly Teaching Fellows Mentor, 2014-15.
Vice President for Instruction Search Committee Member, 2014.
Interim QEP Report Committee, 2014.
SACSCOC Fifth-Year Interim Report Policy Review Working Group, 2013-14.
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Chair, Subcommittee 4.4 Program Length.
Member, Subcommittee 2.8 Full-Time Faculty.
Teaching Academy Fellows Program, Faculty Mentor, 2013-15.
Division of Student Affairs Academic Advisor Board, 2013-15.
UGA Research Foundation, University Council Representative, 2013-2016.
Office of Institutional Diversity Connections Mentor, 2013-14.
University Council, 2008-2017.
University Council Executive Committee, 2012-2015.
Chair, Special Committee to Advise the President as to Potential Disciplinary Proceedings of a UGA
Faculty Member, 2012.
University Council Committee on Student Affairs, 2011-14.
University Council Committee on Statutes, Bylaws and Committees, 2011-17.
Instructional Advisory Committee to the Center for Teaching and Learning, 2011-2014.
Academic Affairs Faculty Symposium Planning Committee, 2011-2012.
Charter Lecture Series Committee, 2011-2012.
Center for Teaching and Learning TA Awards Committee, 2011-2012.
Working Group, Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment-Policy, 2011.
First Year Odyssey Faculty Review Committee, 2011.
Young Dawgs Intern Supervisor, 2011.
University Council Educational Affairs Committee, 2008-2011 (Terry College Representative).
Co-Chair, 2010-11.
University Council Benefits Committee 2008-2011 (Graduate Faculty Representative).
Chair, Subcommittee on Family Leave Policy, 2008-10.
Member, Subcommittee on Salary Equity, 2008-10.
SACS QEP Student Learning Enhancement Team, 2008-2010.
Program Design Subcommittee, 2009-10
Implementation Committee, 2010-11.
Peer Consulting Team, 2009-13.
Lilly Fellows Program Mentor, 2008-2009.
Academic Affairs Faculty Symposium participant, Dillard, GA, March 2008.
University of Georgia Task Force on Writing, 2006-07.
Selection Committee, Richard B. Russell Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Awards, 20052007. Co-Chair, 2007 committee.
University Council Libraries Committee, University of Georgia, 2002-2007.
Academic Affairs Faculty Symposium participant, Unicoi, GA, April 2006.
Mortar Board Honor Society, Faculty Adviser, 2002-2006.
Mentor, Honors Program, University of Georgia, 2001-2004.
Affiliated Faculty Member, Women’s Studies Department, 2002-present.
Academic Affairs Faculty Symposium participant, Unicoi, GA, April 2002.
Graduate Faculty, (Provisional 2003-2005); 2005-present.
Peabody Awards Faculty Judge, University of Georgia, 2002.
Terry College
Senior Director for Marketing and Communications, Search Committee Member, 2016.
Executive Education Director, Search Committee Member 2015-16.
Parliamentarian, 2008-15.
Legal Studies Lecturer Search Committee Chair, 2015.
Promotion and Tenure Committee, 2013-2015.
ISLRE Post Tenure Review Committee, 2015.
Dean Search Committee Member, 2013-2014 (two searches).
Legal Studies Search Committee Chair, 2013-14.
Legal Studies Search Committee Chair, 2012-13.
Appeal Committee, Chair, MIS Student, 2013.
Director, Certificate in Legal Studies, 2012-2015.
PRAC Review Team for Economics, 2010-11.
ILSRE Post Tenure Review Committee, 2010.
Leonard Leadership Scholars Program Selection Committee, 2010.
International Business Coordination Committee, Terry College of Business, 2000-2014; Chair,
2007-2008.
International Programs Task Force, 2008-2009.
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Faculty Representative for the Faculty/Staff Fundraising Campaign, 2008.
Undergraduate Admissions Committee, Terry College of Business, 2006-2007.
Mentor, Institute for Leadership Advancement, Terry College of Business, 2001-2007.
Selection Committee, 2008 Class of Leadership Scholars, Institute for Leadership Advancement,
2006.
Search Committee Member, Director for the Institute for Leadership Advancement, 2005.
Graduate Women’s Business Association Adviser, 2004-05.
Undergraduate Admissions Committee, Terry College of Business, 2004-2005.
Assessment Committee, ISLRE Dept. Review of Risk Management and Real Estate Majors, 2002.
SELECTED MEDIA QUOTES
Kelly Yamanouchi, “As Work and Home Time Blur, Technology Brings Efficiencies and Risks,”
Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Aug. 12, 2014.
Mary Jane Credeur, “Engine Ignites Brouhaha for Delta, Italian Airline,” Atlanta Business
Chronicle, Jan. 14, 2005 at 11A.
Vita Date: Monday, April 04, 2016
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