Office Hours

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W 10:30 AM-12:00 PM
R 01:30 PM-02:30 PM
Degree Program University
J.D. Law New England School of Law
B.A. History Siena College

My Professional Experience

Year Title University
2007 - Now Professor of Business Law Siena College
2004 - 2011 Judge Town of Bethlehem
2003 - Now Lecturer NYS Office of Court Administration
2001 - 2003 Deputy Town Prosecutor Town of Bethlehem
1998 - 2001 Assistant Public Defender Albany County
1992 - 2007 Associate Professor of Accounting and Business Law Siena College
1987 - 1992 Assistant Professor of Accounting and Business Law Siena College
1981 - 1998 Assistant District Attorney Albany County
1980 - 1981 Law Clerk New York State Supreme Court Appellate Division
1976 - Now Attorney Private Law Practice

Articles & Book Reviews

  • Tolerating the Treachery: How Courts have Enabled the Conflict of Interest Between Research and Investment Banking Functions of Securities Firms
    College Teaching & Learning Conference
    2006
  • Keeping it Simple: Teaching E-Sign and the Law Covering the Internet
    International College Teaching Methods and Styles Conference
    2005
  • Reducing E-Contract Law to It's Lowest Common Denominator: Understanding Through Simplification in the Classroom
    College Teaching Methods & Style Conference
    2004

Presentations

  • Coastal Calamity: Does the Act of God Defense Prevent Litigation for Compensation for Losses Caused by Severe Coastal Storms
    October, 2006
    Northeast Business and Economics Assocation Annual Conference, Oakdale, New York
  • Tolerating the Treachery: How Courts have Enabled the Conflict of Interest Between Research and Investment Banking Functions of Securities Firms
    January, 2006
    College Teaching & Learning Conference, Orlando, Florida
  • Keeping it Simple: Teaching E-Sign and the Law Covering the Internet
    September, 2005
    International College Teaching Methods and Styles Conference, Reno, Nevada
  • Reducing E-Contract Law to It's Lowest Common Denominator: Understanding Through Simplification in the Classroom
    2004
    College Teaching Methods & Style Conference, Reno, Nevada