Publications, Grants and Lectures

Publications and Reports

C-BERC researchers have a proven publication track record with many papers accepted for journal publication and presentations at industry and academic conferences. The following are examples of some of the research produced by the faculty, fellows and students affiliated with C-BERC.

2019

T. Leigh Anenson, Judging Equity: The Fusion of Unclean Hands in US Law (Cambridge University Press, 2019)

2018

T. Leigh Anenson, Equitable Defenses in the Age of Statutes, Vol.37, The Review of Litigation (Univ. of Texas at Austin) 529-79 (2018)

T. Leigh Anenson, Announcing the “Clean Hands” Doctrine, Vol. 51, U.D. Davis Law Review 1827-90 (2018)

2017

Miranda A. Galvin, Thomas A. Loughran, Sally S. Simpson, and Mark A. Cohen (Forthcoming, in Criminology and Public Policy), "Victim Compensation Policy and White Collar Crime: Public Preferences in a National Willingness to Pay Survey.”

T. Leigh Anenson, Statutory Interpretation, Judicial Discretion, and Equitable Defenses, Vol. 79, University of Pittsburgh Law Review1-59 (2017) (lead article)

T. Leigh Anenson, Public Pensions and Fiduciary Law: A View from Equity, Vol. 50 University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform 251-290 (2017) (lead article)

Testa, Alexander^, David Maimon, Bertrand Sobesto and Michel Cukier. 2017 . “Illegal Roaming and File Manipulation on Target Computers: Assessing the Effect of Sanction Threats on System Trespassers Online Behavior.” Criminology and Public Policy

Howell, Christian^, David Maimon, John Cochran, Hattie Jones^ and Rachel Powers. 2017. “The Restrictive Deterrent Effect of Warning Banners in Compromised Computer System.” International Journal of Cyber Criminology.

Miranda A. Galvin, Thomas A. Loughran, Sally S. Simpson, and Mark A. Cohen (Forthcoming, in Criminology and Public Policy), "Victim Compensation Policy and White Collar Crime: Public Preferences in a National Willingness to Pay Survey.

T. Leigh Anenson, Announcing the “Clean Hands” Doctrine, Vol. 51, U.C. Davis Law Review __ (forthcoming 2018) 

T. Leigh Anenson, Statutory Interpretation, Judicial Discretion, and Equitable Defenses, 79 Univ. Pitt. L. Rev. __ (forthcoming 2017)

T. Leigh Anenson, Equitable Defenses in the Age of Statutes, 37 Review of Litigation (University of Texas at Austin) __ (forthcoming 2017)

T. Leigh Anenson, Public Pensions and Fiduciary Law: A View from Equity, Vol. 50 University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform 251-290 (2017) (lead article)

Testa, Alexander^, David Maimon, Bertrand Sobesto and Michel Cukier. 2017 . “Illegal Roaming and File Manipulation on Target Computers: Assessing the Effect of Sanction Threats on System Trespassers Online Behavior.” Criminology and Public Policy

Howell, Christian^, David Maimon, John Cochran, Hattie Jones^ and Rachel Powers. 2017. “The Restrictive Deterrent Effect of Warning Banners in Compromised Computer System.” International Journal of Cyber Criminology.

2016

Schell-Busey, Natalie, Sally S. Simpson, Melissa Rorie, and Mariel Alper. “What works? A Systematic Review of Corporate Crime Deterrence.” Criminology & Public Policy. Available online. 21 MAR 2016 | DOI: 10.1111/1745-9133.12201. In print, May 2016.

Sally S. Simpson and Melissa Rorie, Economic Fluctuations and Corporate Crime. Chapter 16, The Oxford Handbook of White-Collar Crime (Van Slyke, SR, Cullen, FT., and Benson, ML., Volume Eds.; Tonry, M., Series Ed.). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. 2016.

Gideon Mark, SEC and CFTC Administrative Proceedings, 19 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law45-140 (2016)

Gideon Mark, SEC Enforcement Discretion, 94 Texas Law Review see also 261-278 (2016) (invited contribution)

2015

Sally S. Simpson and Peter C. Yeager, 2015. Building a Comprehensive White-Collar Violations Data System, Final Technical Report. Bureau of Justice Statistics grant # 2012-R2CX-K016. NCJRS. March 15th.

Wilson, Theodore^, David Maimon, Bertrand Sobesto^ and Michel Cukier. 2015 “The Effect of Surveillance Banner in an Attacked Computer System: Additional Evidence for the Relevance of Restrictive Deterrence in Cyber Space.” Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, David Maimon, ^Theodore Wilson, Wuling Ren and ^Tamar Berenblom. 2015. On the Relevance of Spatial and Temporal Dimensions in Assessing Computer Susceptibility to System Trespassing Incidents.” British Journal of Criminology

Gideon Mark, Multijurisdictional M&A Litigation, 40 Journal of Corporation Law (University of Iowa) 291-350 (2015)

Carol Marquardt and Emanuel Zur, “The Role of Accruals Quality in the M&A Market”, Management Science, 2015, 61(3): 604–623.

2014

T. Leigh Anenson, Karen Eilers Lahey & Alex Slabaugh, Reforming Public Pensions, Vol. 33, Yale Law & Policy Review1-74 (2014) (lead article)

Gideon Mark & T. Leigh Anenson, Inequitable Conduct and Walker Process Claims after Therasense and the America Invents Act, Vol. 15, University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law (2014) 361-430 (lead article)

David Maimon, ^Mariel Alper, Michel Cukeir and ^Bertrand Sobesto. 2014. “Restrictive Deterrent Effects of a Warning Banner in an Attacked Computer System.” Criminology

Browning, Christopher R., Margo Gardner, David Maimon, and Jeanne Brooks-Gunn. 2014 “Collective Efficacy and the Contingent Consequences of Exposure to Lethal Violence.” Developmental Psychology.

Gideon Mark, Recanting Confidential Witnesses in Securities Litigation, 45 Loyola University Chicago Law Journal 575-602 (2014) (invited symposium contribution)

2013

Sally S. Simpson, White Collar Crime. Annual Review of Sociology. Volume 39, Pp. 309-332 in Karen S. Cook and Douglas S. Massey (Co-Editors). Annual Reviews. Palo Alto, CA. 2013.

Sally S. Simpson, Carole Gibbs, Lee Ann Slocum, Melissa Rorie, Mark Cohen, and Michael Vandenbergh. "An Empirical Assessment of Corporate Environmental Crime Control Strategies." Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 103 (1): 231-278, 2013.

T. Leigh Anenson & Gideon Mark, Inequitable Conduct in Retrospective: Understanding Unclean Hands in Patent Remedies, Vol. 62, American University Law Review 1441-1527 (2013) (lead article)

David Maimon, ^Amy Sariti, Michel Cukier, and ^Bertrand Sobesto. 2013. “Daily Trends and Origin of Computer Focused Crimes Against a Large University Computer Network: An Application of the Routine Activities and Life Style Perspective.” British Journal of Criminology

Gideon Mark, Inequitable Conduct in Retrospective: Understanding Unclean Hands in Patent Remedies (with Leigh Anenson), 62 American University Law Review 1441-1527 (2013)

Gideon Mark, RICO’s Extraterritoriality, 50 American Business Law Journal 543-608 (2013) (Hoeber Memorial Award for Excellence in Research)

Alex Edmans, Vivian Fang and Emanuel Zur, “The Effect of Liquidity on Governance”, Review of Financial Studies, 2013, 26(6): 1443-1482.

(^ denotes graduate student)

Awarded Grants

2016-17

David Maimon (Principal Investigator), with co-investigators Sally S. Simpson, Alan Neustadtl, and William Rand. Offending and Victimization of Corporate America: A Blueprint for Estimating the Prevalence of Known White Collar and Cybercrime Incidents in the US. BSOS Dean’s Research Initiative, $30,000.

Sally S. Simpson (Principal Investigator) with Co-PIs Debra Shapiro, Christine Beckman, and Gerald S. Martin (American University). Preventing and Controlling Corporate Crime: The Dual Role of Corporate Boards and Legal Sanctions. National Institute of Justice, $404,978.

Invited Lectures

Leigh Anenson

Announcing the “Clean Hands” Doctrine, Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of American Law Schools, Boca Raton, FL 2017

Announcing the “Clean Hands” Doctrine, Annual International Conference of the Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Savannah, GA 2017

Sally S. Simpson

“Building a Corporate Violations Data Series from Administrative, Civil, and Criminal Data: Lessons Learned” (with Peter C. Yeager). A Presentation to the National Research Council Panel on Modernizing the Nation’s Crime Statistics. August 4, 2015.

“What does Science Offer Corporate Criminal Justice?” National Academy of Sciences Planning Meeting, sponsored by NAS Committee on Law and Justice and the Zicklin Center of the Wharton School. June 3, 2015.

Michael J. Hindelang Lecture, “What Works in Corporate Crime Prevention and Control: Evidence from a Meta-Analysis.” University at Albany. April 30, 2015.

“The Origins of Corporate Criminality: Redux.” Mark A. Cohen, Sally S. Simpson, and Jacqueline Ghislaine Lee. Conference on Corporate Crime & Financial Misdealing. Program on Corporate Compliance and Enforcement. New York University School of Law. April 17, 2015.

Gideon Mark

“Confidential Witness Interviews in Securities Litigations.” Twenty-Third Annual Conference of the Institute for Law & Economic Policy, Naples, FL (2017)

 “SEC and CFTC Administrative Proceedings.” Third Annual Corporate & Securities Litigation Workshop, Boston University School of Law, Boston, MA (2015)

“Multijurisdictional M&A Litigation.” Second Annual Corporate & Securities Litigation Workshop, University of Illinois College of Law/University of Richmond School of Law, Richmond, VA (2014)

 “Multijurisdictional M&A Litigation.” Fifteenth Huber Hurst Research Seminar, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL (2014)

“Confidential Witnesses in Securities Litigation.” Third Annual Conference of the Institute for Investor Protection, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Chicago, IL (2013)

Virginia Haufler

“Scene Setting: Why is Private Environmental Governance Important for Academics and Practitioners?” 2017 J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Environmental Law Symposium “Private Environmental Governance” The George Washington University Law School, March 2-3, 2017

“Institutional Design and Transparency,” Workshop on Multi-stakeholder Initiative

Institutional Design,” Duke University, May 26, 2016

“Disclosing Sustainability: The Transformative Power of Transparency?” Keynote Panel, Conference on Disclosing Sustainability, University of Wageningen (Netherlands), June 24-25, 2016

“Notes on a New Global Governance,” Workshop on Situating Global Governance Scholarship: Reframing the Problematique, Symposium at the Global Governance Institute, University College, London November 12-13, 2015

 (with Oliver Westerwinter) “Power and Interactions in the Politics of Transnational Public-Private Governance,” Venture Grant workshop Power and Interactions in the Politics of Transnational Public-Private Governance, International Studies Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans February 17, 2015

“Global Governance and Private Sector Self-Regulation,” Frontiers of Globalization and Governance, Baha’ai Chair for Peace, University of Maryland College Park, April 29, 2015

“Global Governance, Drivers Of Change: Private Sources Of Authority,” Roundtable Discussion, International Studies Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, February 18-21, 2015

“From The Kitchen Table To The Negotiating Table: Global International Relations Through The Lens Of Food,” Roundtable Discussion, International Studies Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, February 18-21, 2015

“Private Sector Engagement in Partnerships,” workshop Terms of Engagement: How to Better Engage in Multi-Stakeholder Initiatives, University of Denver, January 15-16, 2015

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