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Carroll School of Management

Stephanie Greene

associate professor and chairperson - business law

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Fulton Hall 420D
617.552.1169
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EDUCATION
J.D., Boston College Law School
Executive Editor, Boston College Law Review, 1984
B.A., Princeton University

EXPERTISE/RESEARCH INTERESTS
Professor Greene began teaching at Boston College in 1994. She teaches Introduction to Business Law, the Law of IP, Marketing, and Antitrust, and International Law. Her research interests include employment law, intellectual property issues, and pharmaceutical regulation. Recent publications include: “First Amendment Concerns in Off-label Promotion of Drugs,” San Diego Law Review (forthcoming); “Exceeding Authorized Access in the Workplace: Prosecuting Disloyal Conduct under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act,” American Business Law Journal (2013) (with C. O’Brien); “The Movement to Reform Executive Compensation in the United States and the European Union,” Northwestern Journal of International Law and Business (2011) (with M. Pagnattaro); “Sotomayor on the Supreme Court: A Boon for Business?” Virginia Law & Business Review (2009) (with G. Mark; D. Muir & R. Thomas); and “False Claims Act Liability for Off-Label Promotion of Pharmaceutical Products,” Penn State Law Review (2005).

Professor Greene currently serves on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Legal Studies Education.  She is Of Counsel to the Boston law firm Greene LLP.

PUBLICATIONS

Articles:
The NLRB v. The Courts: Showdown Over the Right to Collective Action in Workplace Disputes
, 52 American Business Law Journal (forthcoming 2014) (with Christine Neylon O'Brien);

Debate: Off-Label Drug Promotion and the First Amendment, 162 University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 239-267 (2014) (with Lars Noah);

After Caronia: First Amendment Concerns in Off-Label Promotion, 51 San Diego Law Review (forthcoming 2014)

Exceeding Authorized Access in the Workplace: Prosecuting Disloyal Conduct under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, 50 American Business Law Journal, 291-335 (2013) (with Christine Neylon O'Brien);

'Say on Pay': The Movement to Reform Executive Compensation in the United States and European Union, 31 Northwestern Journal of Internation Law & Business, 593-635 (2011) (with Marisa Anne Pagnattaro);

Justice Sotomayor on the Supreme Court: A Boon for Business? 4 Virginia Law & Business Review, 187-230 (2009) (with Dana Muir, David Baumer, Gideon Mark & Robert E. Thomas);

Protecting Well-Known Marks in China: Challenges for Foreign Mark Holders, 45 American Business Law Journal, 371-398 (2008);

Employee Threshold on Federal Antidiscrimination Statutes; A Matter of the Merits, 95 Kentucky Law Journal, 429-445 (2007) (with Christine Neylon O'Brien);

Sorting Out 'Fair Use' and 'Likelihood of Confusion' in Trademark Law, 43 American Business Law Journal, 43-77 (2006);

A Prescription for Change: How the Medicare Act Revises Hatch-Waxman to Speed Market Entry of Generic Drugs, 30 Journal of Corporation Law, 309-355 (2005);

False Claims Act Liability for Off-Label Promotion of Pharmaceutical Products, 110 Penn State Law Review, 41-68 (2005);

The Interpretive Turn in International Sales Law; An Analysis of Fifteen Years of CISG Jurisprudence, 24 Northwestern Journal of Inernational Law & Business, 299-440 (2004);

Partners and Shareholders as Covered Employees Under Federal Antidiscrimination Acts, 40 American Business Law Journal, 781-826 (2003) (with Christine Neylon O'Brien);

Who Counts? The United States Supreme Court Cites 'Control' as the Key to Distinguishing Employers from Employees Under Federal Employment Antidiscrimination Laws, 3 Columbia Business Law Review, 761-799 (2003) (with Christine Neylon O'Brien);

Separating Form from Function: Marketing Displays, Inc. v. Traffix Devices, Inc., 34 Business Law Review, 59-71 (2001);

Testing the Scores: Title VI Challenges to Initial Eligibility Rules, 33 Business Law Review, 1-19 (Lead Article) (2000);

Regulating the NCAA: Making the Calls under the Sherman Antitrust Act and Title IX, 52 Maine Law Review, 81-95 (2000);

From Private Clubs to Parades: How Accommodating are State Laws? 29 Business Law Review, 15-33 (1996)