Faculty Scholarship & Activities
Omri Y. Marian
Assistant Professor of Law
Marian’s paper “Jurisdiction to Tax Corporations,” was published in Boston College Law Review. The cite is 54 Boston College Law Review 1613 (2013). “Jurisdiction to Tax Corporations” (Boston College Law Review).
His paper “Are Cryptocurrencies Super Tax Havens?” was published in Michigan Law Review. The cite is 112 Mich. L. Rev. First Impressions 38 (2013). “Are Cryptocurrencies Super Tax Havens?” (Michigan Law Review).
Winston P. Nagan
Sam T. Dell Research Scholar Professor of Law; Affiliate Professor of Anthropology, African and Latin American Studies; Director, Institute for Human Rights, Peace and Development
Two of Nagan’s articles were published in The World Financial Review (London) — “Sovereignty, Rule of Law and Global Civil Society” and “Global Social Process and the Evolving Character of Sovereignty.” “Sovereignty, Rule of Law and Global Civil Society” (The World Financial Review). “Global Social Process and the Evolving Character of Sovereignty” (The World Financial Review).
Carl B. Schwait
Schwait has been re-elected for a fifth term to represent the lawyers and judges of the 8th Judicial Circuit on The Florida Bar Board of Governors, the governing body for the Bar. Bar President Eugene Pettis (JD 85) appointed Schwait to his third year as chairman of the Board Review Committee on Professional Ethics and Advertising. The members of the Board of Governors elected Schwait to the Executive Committee of the Board of Governors.
D. Daniel Sokol
Associate Professor of Law
Sokol presented his paper “Policing the Firm” at the Harvard Law School’s Law and Economics workshop. Sokol presented his paper “The Transformation of Vertical Restraints: Per Se Illegality, the Rule of Reason and Per Se Legality” at Yale Law School at the Robert H. Bork’s Influence on Antitrust Law conference.
Two of Sokol’s articles were published in Managerial and Decision Economics — “Compliance, Detection, and Mergers and Acquisitions” and “Understanding Corporate Compliance and Wrongdoing in Interdisciplinary Context.” The cite is Managerial and Decision Economics 34(7) 2013. “Compliance, Detection and Mergers and Acquisitions” (Managerial and Decision Economics). “Understanding Corporate Compliance and Wrongdoing in Interdisciplinary Context” (Managerial and Decision Economics).