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Indiana University Bloomington

Business Law

Academy of Legal Studies

The Academy of Legal Studies in Business (ALSB) frequently recognizes our department. Three faculty members have received the group’s Holmes-Cardozo Award, a national research award.

We are outstanding teachers too. Five faculty members have won the Harry C. Sauvain Award for excellence in undergraduate teaching—the top undergraduate teaching award at Kelley. Various faculty members are repeat winners of graduate teaching excellence awards.

Research and Publications

Recent Publications

  • 2015

  • Prenkert, Jaime D, Scott J Shackelford, and Tim Fort
    “How Businesses Can Promote Cyber Peace,” forthcoming University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law

  • Raymond, Anjanette, Scott J. Shackelford, Eric L. Richards, and Amanda N. Craig
    “Using BITs To Protect Bytes: Promoting Cyber Peace and Safeguarding Trade Secrets through Bilateral Investment Treaties,” forthcoming American Business Law Journal

  • 2014

  • Prenkert, Jamie D., Stephen L. Hayford, and Anjanette H. Raymond
    “Employment Arbitration at the Crossroads: An Assessment and Call for Action,” forthcoming Journal of Dispute Resolution

  • Raymond, Anjanette
    “The Dilemma of Private Justice Systems: Big Data Sources, the Cloud and Predictive Analytics,” forthcoming Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business

  • Raymond, Anjanette, Stephen L. Hayford, and Jamie Prenkert
    “Employment Arbitration at the Cross Roads: An Assessment and Call for Action,” forthcoming Journal of Dispute Resolution

  • Raymond, Anjanette
    “Yeah, but Did You See the Gorilla? Creating and Protecting an "Informed" Consumer in Cross Border Online Dispute Resolution,” forthcoming Harvard Negotiation Law Review

  • Raymond, Anjanette and Scott J. Shackelford
    “Technology, Ethics And Access To Justice: Should An Algorithm Be Deciding Your Case?,” forthcoming Michigan Journal of International Law

  • Raymond, Anjanette and Abbey Stemler
    “When Baby-Steps Just Won't Work: Small Farmers are Our Best Hope Reducing Food Insecurity and We are Not Doing Enough,” forthcoming Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business

  • Raymond, Anjanette and Abbey Stemler
    “Trusting Strangers: Dispute Resolution in the Crowd,” forthcoming Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution

  • Fort, Timothy L.
    Diplomat in the Corner Office: How Business Contributes to Peace

  • Fort, Timothy L.
    Vision of the Firm: Ethics & Organizations

  • Fort, Timothy L. and S. Presser
    Business Law

  • Langvardt, Arlen
    “Tobacco Advertising and the First Amendment: Striking the Right Balance,” William & Mary Business Law Review

  • Raymond, Anjanette
    “Pliers and Screwdrivers as Contributory Infringement Devices: Why Your Local Repair Shop Might Be a Copyright Infringer and What We Must Do To Stop the Craziness,” Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property

  • Raymond, Anjanette and Scott J. Shackelford
    “Building the Virtual Courthouse: Ethical Considerations for Design, Implementation, and Regulation in the World of ODR,” Wisconsin Law Review

  • Shackelford, Scott J
    “Neither Magic Bullet Nor Lost Cause: Land Titling and the Wealth of Nations,” New York University Environmental Law Journal

  • Shackelford, Scott J.
    “Governing the Final Frontier: A Polycentric Approach to Managing Space Weaponization and Debris,” American Business Law Journal

  • Shackelford, Scott J
    Managing Cyber Attacks in International Law, Business and Relations: In Search of Cyber Peace

  • 2013

  • Raymond, Anjanette and J. Benjamin Lambert
    “Technology, E-Commerce and the Emerging Harmonization: The Growing Body of International Instruments Facilitating E-Commerce and the Continuing Need to Encourage Wide Adoption,” forthcoming International Trade and Business Law Review

  • Prenkert, Jamie D.
    “Self-Regulation Regimes and the UN Guiding Principles,” Law, Business, and Human Rights: Bridging the Gap

  • Raymond, Anjanette
    “How May International Standards Assist The Law Reform In England?,” International Legal Standards on Secured Transactions, Facilitation of Credit and Financial Crisis

  • Raymond, Anjanette and Elizabeth Simos
    “Arbitration Clauses Created through Data-Pass Marketing Programs and Shrink-Wrap Presentations May Create Enforceability Issues,” American Bar Association, Business Law Section, Commercial Law Newsletter

  • Langvardt, Arlen W., John Grout, and John Hill
    “Mistake-Proofing Medicine: Legal Considerations and Healthcare Quality Implications,” Minnesota Journal of Law, Science, & Technology

  • Prenkert, Jamie D.
    “Perspectives on Teaching: On Being a “Scholarly” Teacher,” Journal of Legal Studies Education

  • Prenkert, Jamie D., Julie Manning Magid, and Allison Fetter-Harrott
    “Retaliatory Disclosure: When Identifying the Complainant Is an Adverse Action,” North Carolina Law Review

  • Prenkert, Jamie D., Robert Bird, Daniel R. Cahoy, Joan T. A. Gabel, and Stephanie Greene
    “The American Business Law Journal at Fifty: Past, Present, and Future,” American Business Law Journal

  • Raymond, Anjanette and J. Benjamin Lambert
    “UNCITRAL's Convention on the use of Electronic Communications in International Contracts Updates and Information as the Convention Comes Into Force,” American Bar Association, Business Law Section, Commercial Law Newsletter

  • Raymond, Anjanette
    “It's Time the Law Begins to Protect Consumers from Significantly One-Sided Arbitration Clauses within Contracts of Adhesion,” Nebraska Law Review

  • Raymond, Anjanette
    “Data-Management Regulation: Your Company Needs To Have An Up-To-Date Data/Information Policy ,” Business Horizons

  • Raymond, Anjanette
    “Intermediaries Precarious Balance within Europe: Oddly Placed Cooperative Burdens in the Online World,” Northwestern Journal of Technology & Intellectual Property

  • Raymond, Anjanette
    “Heavyweight Bots in the Clouds: The Wrong Incentives and Poorly Crafted Balances That Lead to the Blocking of Information Online,” Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property

  • Raymond, Anjanette and Abbey Stemler
    “Promoting Investment in Agricultural Production: Increasing Legal Tools for Small to Medium Farmers,” Ohio State Entrepreneurial Business Law Journal

  • Shackelford, Scott J
    “Toward Cyber Peace: Managing Cyber Attacks through Polycentric Governance,” American University Law Review

  • Stemler, Abbey
    “The JOBS Act and Crowdfunding: Harnessing the power - and the money - of the masses,” Business Horizons

  • 2012

  • Bowers, Thomas
    “Facebook Fallout: Ordinary Investors Exposed to Risk”

  • Prenkert, Jamie D.
    “Editor’s Corner: Law, Business, and Parenting in a Connected World”

  • Prenkert, Jamie D.
    “Editor’s Corner: Business Law’s “Big Tent””

  • Prenkert, Jamie D.
    “Retaliatory Disclosure”

  • Prenkert, Jamie D.
    “Chapter 51: Employment Law,” Business Law: The Ethical, Global, and E-Commerce Environment (15th Edition)

  • Prenkert, Jamie D.
    “McGraw-Hill “Connect” ”

  • Prenkert, Jamie D. and Joshua E. Perry
    “Charting a Course to Effective Business Education: Lessons from Academically Adrift and Rethinking Undergraduate Business Education”

  • Raymond, Anjanette
    “International Legal Standards on Secured Transactions, Facilitation of Credit and Financial Crisis: How may international standards assist the Law Reform in England?,” How may international standards assist the Law Reform in England?

  • Shackelford, Scott J.
    “How to Enhance Cybersecurity and Create American Jobs”

  • Bowers, Thomas
    “America's Addiction to Tontines,” Business Horizons

  • Jamie, Prenkert D.
    “Handle with Care: Avoiding and Managing Retaliation Claims,” Business Horizons

  • Perry, Joshua E.
    “Physician-Owned Specialty Hospitals and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: Health Care Reform at the Intersection of Law and Ethics,” American Business Law Journal

  • Raymond, Anjanette and Ben Lambert
    “U.N. Convention on the Use of Electronic Communications in International Contracts,” The International Lawyer

  • Raymond, Anjanette and Vikki Rogers
    “International Law in U.S. Courts: International Sales Law,” ASIL Bench Book on International Law

  • Shackelford, Scott J.
    “In Search of Cyber Peace: A Response to the Cybersecurity Act of 2012,” Stanford Law Review Online

  • Shackelford, Scott J
    “Fragile Merchandise: A Comparative Analysis of the Privacy Rights of Public Figures,” American Business Law Journal

  • 2011

  • Raymond, Anjanette
    “Book Review, N Orkun Akseli , International Secured Transactions Law: Facilitation of Credit and International Conventions and Instruments”

  • Raymond, Anjanette
    “Chapter Contributor, Articles 2-5 and 68-70, in Commentary on CISG,” Commentary on CISG

  • Shackelford, Scott J
    “The Wonders of the Future, THIS I BELIEVE: ON FATHERHOOD”

  • Langvardt, Arlen W., John Hill, Anne Massey, and Jonathan Rinehart
    “A Proposed National Health Information Network Architecture and Complementary Federal Preemption of State Health Information Privacy Laws,” American Business Law Journal

  • Langvardt, Arlen W. and Tara Langvardt
    “Caught in the Copyright Rye: Freeing First Amendment Interests from the Constraints of the Traditional View,” Harvard Journal of Sports & Entertainment Law

  • Perry, Joshua E
    “Managing Moral Distress: A Strategy for Resolving Ethical Dilemmas,” Business Horizons

  • Perry, Joshua E and Robert Stone
    “In the Business of Dying: Questioning the Commercialization of Hospice,” Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics

  • Raymond, Anjanette
    “Improving Confidence in Cross Border Electronic Commerce: Communication, Signatures and Authentication Devices,” Journal of Internet Law

  • Raymond, Anjanette
    “Cross Border Secured Transactions: Ongoing Issues and Some Possible Solutions, translated and published in Spanish at Revista de Derecho Privado, Universidad Externado de Colombia n.º 20, enero-junio de 2011, pp . 155 a 174, (June 2011)”

  • Raymond, Anjanette
    “Cross Border Secured Transactions: Ongoing Issues and Some Possible Solutions,” Elon Law Review

  • Shackelford, Scott J.
    “Defining Privacy in the Information Age,” Arizona State Law Journal

  • Shackelford, Scott J.
    “Was Selden Right? The Expansion of Closed Seas and its Consequences,” Stanford Journal of International Law

  • 2010

  • Mallor, Jane P., A. James Barnes, Thomas Bowers, and Arlen W. Langvardt
    Business Law: The Ethical, Global, and E-Commerce Environment

  • Raymond, Anjanette
    “The Use Of Intellectual Property As Collateral In Secured Financing- Practical Concerns,” Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business

  • Raymond, Anjanette
    “Jowitt's Dictionary of English Law (3rd ed)”

  • Shackelford, Scott J.
    “Google Needs Help Against Online Attackers”

  • Shackelford, Scott J.
    “Getting Burma Back Online”

  • Fort, Timothy L.
    “Business and Peace: A Multisectoral Approach,” Journal of Business Ethics

  • Fort, Timothy L., J. Oetzel, M. Westermann-Behaylo, C. Koeber, and J. Rivera
    “Business and Peace: Sketching the Terrain,” Journal of Business Ethics

  • Perry, Joshua E.
    “A Missed Opportunity: Health Care Reform, Rhetoric, Ethics, and Economics at the End of Life,” Mississippi College Law Review

  • Perry, Joshua E.
    “An Obituary for Physician-Owned, Specialty Hospitals,” The Health Lawyer

  • Perry, Joshua E.
    “The Ethical Costs of Commercializing the Professions: First-Person Narratives From the Legal and Medical Trenches,” University of Pennsylvania Journal of Law & Social Change

  • Perry, Joshua, Jeffrey Bishop, Kyle Brothers, and Ayesha Ahmad
    “Revisiting CPR/DNR: Have the Policies Outlived Their Utility?,” American Journal of Bioethics

  • Perry, Joshua E. and Jeffrey Bishop
    “Life, Death (Panels), and the Body Politic,” Syracuse Law Review

  • Powell, Frona M.
    “Economic Regulation and the Power to Zone,” Real Estate Law Journal

  • Shackelford, Scott J.
    “Estonia three Years Later: A Progress Report on Combating Cyber Attacks,” Journal of Internet Law

  • 2009

  • Prenkert, Jamie D.
    “Mixed Motives and the RFOA: A Moderate (and Textually Grounded) Middle Road not Taken”

  • Prenkert, Jamie D.
    “The State of the RFOA Defense and Mixed Motives Under the ADEA”

  • Langvardt, Arlen W., John Hill, and Jonathan Rinehart
    “Bottom-Up or Top-Down? Removing the Privacy Law Obstacles to Healthcare Reform in the National Healthcare Crisis,” Indiana Law Journal Supplement

  • Langvardt, Arlen W., John Hill, Yassir Karam, and Paul Hogan
    “Increasing Complexity and Partisanship in Business Damages Expert Testimony: The Need for a Modified Trial Regime in Quantification of Damages,” University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law

  • Perry, Joshua and Kyle L. Galbraith
    “Saturday Morning in the Clinic,” The Hastings Center Report

  • Perry, Joshua, Ilene Moore, Bruce Barry, Ellen Wright Clayton, and Amanda Carrico
    “The Ethical Health Lawyer: An Empirical Assessment of Moral Decision Making,” Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics

  • Shackelford, Scott J. and Lawrence M. Friedman
    “Legally Incompetent: A Research Note,” American Journal of Legal History

  • Shackelford, Scott J.
    “The Tragedy of the Common Heritage of Mankind,” Stanford Environmental Law Journal

  • Shackelford, Scott J.
    “From Net War to Nuclear War: Analogizing Cyber Attacks in International Law,” Berkeley Journal of International Law

  • 2008

  • Fort, Timothy L.
    Prophets, Profits, & Peace: How Businesses Can Become Instruments of Peace and Foster Religious Harmony

  • Prenkert, Jamie D. and Tim Lemper
    “The Virtú Project: Social Entrepreneurship as a Vehicle for Business Law and Ethics Education”

  • Langvardt, Arlen W.
    “The Beat Should Not Go On: Resisting Early Calls for Further Extensions of Copyright Duration,” Penn State Law Review

  • Langvardt, Arlen W., John Hill, and Anne Massey
    “Law, Information Technology, and Medical Errors: Toward a National Healthcare Information Network Approach to Improving Patient Care and Reducing Medical Malpractice Costs,” University of Illinois Journal of Law, Technology & Policy

  • Perry, Joshua
    “Thinking Like a Professional,” Journal of Legal Education

  • Perry, Joshua
    “Partial Birth Biopolitics,” DePaul Journal of Health Care Law

  • Prenkert, Jamie D.
    “The Role of Second-Order Uniformity in Disparate Treatment Law: McDonnell Douglas’s Longevity and the Mixed-Motives Mess,” American Business Law Journal

  • Prenkert, Jamie D.
    “Censorship, Compelled Speech, and Marketing Sexually Explicit Video Games,” Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science

  • Shackelford, Scott J.
    “In the Name of Efficiency: The Role of Permanent Lok Adalats in the Indian Justice System and Power Infrastructure”