|John||Gallo||1100 Eck Hall of Law||574.631.6627||574.631.4197||John.N.Gallo.email@example.com|| ||John Gallo is a partner at the firm, the head of the Litigation group in the firm’s Chicago office, and global co-leader of the firm’s White Collar practice group. He is a trial lawyer and a former federal prosecutor in Chicago. His practice includes conducting internal investigations for institutions, representing criminal defendants and grand-jury targets, and representing parties in complex civil litigation.|| ||https://law.nd.edu/assets/188944/original/gallo.jpg||LAW70365, Federal Criminal Practice||Adjunct Professor|
|John||Kuehn||1100 Eck Hall of Law||574.631.6627||574.631.4197||Robert.J.Kuehn.firstname.lastname@example.org|| ||John Kuehn advises employers on matters of labor and employment law and represents clients in all phases of litigation, including mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution, trials and appeals in federal and state courts, and before administrative agencies such as the Indiana Civil Rights Commission, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, National Labor Relations Board, and labor arbitrators. Kuehn is also a registered civil mediator.
From September 2000 through June 2002, Kuehn practiced in the Labor & Employment Department of a national law firm based in Indiana. In July 2002, he joined a litigation boutique firm in South Bend where he practiced general civil litigation with a focus on labor and employment law. In 2008, he co-founded the firm of LaDue Curran & Kuehn LLC, where he focuses his practice on labor and employment law.
Since 2004, Kuehn has taught deposition skills as an adjunct professor of law at the Notre Dame Law School. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Women's Care Center, a non-profit social service agency that provides free pregnancy testing, material and emotional support, and education for those who need help meeting the challenges of pregnancy and parenting. Kuehn also advises the Personnel Committee of the St. Vincent de Paul Society's local district council, and he serves on the Board of Directors for the Michiana Chapter of the Society for Human Resources Management.
Kuehn is admitted to practice in all Indiana federal and state courts, as well as in the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit and the United States District Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Michigan and Northern District of Illinois. He is a member of the Indiana State Bar Association, St. Joseph County Bar Association, and Robert A. Grant Inn of Court, the local chapter of an international association of litigation attorneys.
Kuehn was born in Grand Forks, North Dakota, and, with his military family, has also lived in Alabama, Northern Virginia, Germany, and Japan. In 1993, he moved to South Bend to attend the University of Notre Dame. He earned a B.A., magna cum laude, in Philosophy and German in 1997, and he received his J.D. from the Notre Dame Law School in 2000. John served as managing editor of the Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics and Public Policy, and he participated as a student member of the Robert A. Grant Inn of Court.|| ||LAW75715, Deposition Skills||Adjunct Professor||RKUEHN2|
|John||LaDue||1100 Eck Hall of Law||574.631.6627||574.631.4197||John.D.LaDue.email@example.com|| ||John LaDue's practice focuses on high-stakes commercial litigation and labor and employment disputes in state and federal courts. He has extensive experience representing businesses in a wide variety of commercial contract disputes, product liability claims, litigation involving trade secrets and covenants not to compete, intellectual property litigation, employment discrimination lawsuits, and in advising businesses in traditional labor relations matters. In these practice areas, LaDue has gained substantial experience in preliminary injunction proceedings, trials, appeals, arbitration, and mediation. Recent cases include: representing a defense contractor in a state court action resulting in a judgment for John's client exceeding $270 million dollars; serving as defense liaison counsel for a medical device manufacture defending more than 2000 product liability actions, which have been consolidated in multi-district litigation in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Indiana.
LaDue was named the Best Lawyers 2014-15 South Bend Employment Law "Lawyer of the Year." Since 2007, he has been recognized as an Indiana Super Lawyer and one of America's Best Lawyers in the area of employment law. American Lawyer Media and Martindale-Hubbell named John a 2013 Top Rated Lawyer in Mass Torts. Best Lawyers ranked LaDue Curran & Kuehn as a "Tier 1" Best Law Firm for 2013, 2014, and 2015.
Since 2004, LaDue has been an adjunct professor of law at Notre Dame Law School, where he teaches in the Deposition Skills Course, which is part of Notre Dame's trial advocacy curriculum. John is also on the faculty of the National Institute of Trial Advocacy (NITA).
LaDue was born in Dearborn, Michigan. He received a B.A. in political science from Michigan State University in 1984. John graduated magna cum laude from Notre Dame Law School in 1990 and served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Notre Dame Law Review. LaDue served twelve years on active duty in the United States Marine Corps and was honorably discharged after attaining the rank of Major.|| ||LAW75715, Deposition Skills||Adjunct Professor||JLADUE|
|John||Lloyd||1341A Biolchini Hall of Lawfirstname.lastname@example.org|
- Affiliated Faculty
- Staff with Concurrent Teaching Positions
| ||John Lloyd joined the Law School as its Academic Advancement Director in the summer of 2014. In that role, Lloyd serves as the liaison between the Law School and the University’s development team. Lloyd also serves as a member of the dean’s senior leadership team. He is also a co-teacher for the Notre Dame Law in D.C. Seminar.
Lloyd is a South Bend native, a graduate of Northwestern University (1989) and the Law School (1992). Prior to returning to NDLS, John practiced for over 20 years (most recently as a partner at Krieg DeVault), focusing on transactional and litigation matters in the areas of real estate and health care, as well as general commercial litigation. Lloyd served as president of the St. Joseph County Bar Association during 2009-2010 and has been recognized by Best Lawyers In America® as well as by Indiana Super Lawyers.||/assets/209094/img_3365_1pic.jpg(Img 3365 1pic)!||Director, Academic AdvancementConcurrent Assistant Professor|
|John||Maciejczyk|| ||John Maciejczyk graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1976. He was stationed on destroyers in the Atlantic Fleet from 1976 to 1981. He was awarded the Navy Achievements Medal and other citations. He taught anti-submarine warfare at the Atlantic Fleet Training Center in 1980-81.
Maciejczyk graduated from Notre Dame Law School in 1984. He clerked for Chief Judge Ruggero Aldisert on the Third Circuit from 1984 to 1986. He worked in private practice in Houston, Texas, and Elkhart, Ind., from 1986 to 1998. He then became the chief deputy prosecutor for St. Joseph County from 1999 to 2002, and Elkhart County deputy prosecutor thereafter until hired as an assistant United States attorney in 2004. His current practice is 50 percent appellate work, 50 percent cybercrime and human trafficking.|| ||Cybercrime||Adjunct Professor||JMACIEJC|
|John||Marnocha||1100 Eck Hall of Law||574.631.6627||574.631.4197||John.M.Marnocha.email@example.com|| ||John M. Marnocha is a judge for the St. Joseph County Superior Court in Indiana. He joined the bench on January 1, 1999. He was retained on November 4, 2014, for a term that expires on December 31, 2020.
Marnocha received a bachelor's degree from Indiana University in 1978 and a J.D. from Valparaiso University School of Law in 1982.|| ||/assets/237270/fullsize/marnocha.jpg||LAW75709, Trial Advocacy Comprehensive||Adjunct Professor||JMARNOCH|
|John||Nagle||3115 Eck Hall of Law||574.631.9407||574.631.8078||John.C.Nagle.firstname.lastname@example.org||http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/cf_dev/AbsByAuth.cfm?per_id=339625||http://www.nd.edu/~ndlaw/faculty/cv/nagle_cv.pdf|
- Biodiversity & the Law
- Biodiversity & Wildlife
- China & the Law
- Cultural Pollution
- Election Law
- Environmental Law
- Global Warming/Climate Change
- Law & Religion
- Property Law
- Statutory Interpretation
|John Copeland Nagle was named the John N. Matthews Professor in 2005. He joined the law faculty as an associate professor of law in 1998 and became a full professor in 2001. He was the law school’s inaugural Associate Dean for Faculty Research from 2004 to 2007.
Professor Nagle is the co-author of casebooks on “The Practice and Policy of Environmental Law, “Property Law,” and “The Law of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Management. His book “Law’s Environment: How the Law Shapes the Places We Live,” will be published by Yale University Press in 2010. His other writings have explored such topics as the relationship between environmental pollution, cultural pollution, and other kinds of “pollution;” the role of religion in environmental law; Chinese environmental law; the scope of congressional power to protect endangered species; alternative approaches to campaign finance reform; and the competing roles of Congress and the courts in correcting statutory mistakes. His articles have been published in journals such as the Yale Law Journal, the Columbia Law Review, the Michigan Law Review, the University of Pennsylvania Law Review, and the New York University Law Review.
Professor Nagle teaches a number of courses related to environmental law, legislation, and property. In 2002, he received a Distinguished Lectureship award from the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board to teach environmental law and property law at the Tsinghua University Law School in Beijing. He received another Fulbright award to serve on the faculty of law at the University of Hong Kong in 2008. Professor Nagle has lectured on environmental, legislation, and property issues at numerous forums in the United States, Canada, China, Hungary, and Malaysia.
Prior to joining the Notre Dame faculty, Professor Nagle was an associate professor at the Seton Hall University School of Law from 1994 through 1998. He also worked in the United States Department of Justice, first as an attorney in the Office of Legal Counsel where he advised other executive branch agencies on a variety of constitutional and statutory issues, and later as a trial attorney conducting environmental litigation. Professor Nagle served as a law clerk to Judge Deanell Reece Tacha of the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, and he was a scientific assistant in the Energy and Environmental Systems Division of Argonne National Laboratory. He is a graduate of Indiana University and the University of Michigan Law School.
Professor Nagle has participated in numerous activities outside of the law school. He has served as a member of the executive committee of the Section on Legislation of the American Association of Law Schools, and as a vice chair on the Endangered Species Committee of the American Bar Association’s environmental section. He helps organize the annual meeting of the Law Professors’ Christian Fellowship. He served as an elder in the Presbyterian church and is now an elder in the South Bend Christian Reformed Church. He is the faculty adviser for the Christian Law Students, the Journal on Legislation, and Young Life.
His wife Lisa is involved in various educational activities involving China, while his two daughters Laura and Julia learned more Chinese language than Professor Nagle did while living in Beijing.|| ||/assets/1436/original/nagleaspen.jpg||LAW60906, Property
LAW70349, Environmental Law
LAW70348, Biodiversity and the Law
LAW70369, Election Law
LAW73327, Advanced Environmental Law
LAW75753, Journal of Legislation
Climate Change Law
Legislation & Regulation||Books
The Practice and Policy of Environmental Law (Foundation Press 3d ed. 2013) (with J.B. Ruhl, James Salzman & Alexandra Klass)
The Law of Property: Cases and Materials for the Twenty-First Century (Aspen Press 3d ed. 2013) (with James C. Smith & Edward J. Larson)
The Law of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Management (Foundation Press 3d ed. 2012) (with J.B. Ruhl & Kalyani Robbins)
Law's Environment: How the Law Shapes the Places We Live (Yale, 2010).
The Practice and Policy of Environmental Law (2d ed., Foundation Press 2010) (with J.B. Ruhl & James Salzman).
Property: Cases & Materials, with James Smith, Edward Larson & John Kidwell (2d ed., Wolters Kluwer 2008).
The Law of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Management (Foundation Press 2d ed. 2006) (with J.B. Ruhl)
The Law of Property: Cases and Materials for the Twenty-First Century (Aspen Press 2004) (with James C. Smith, Edward J. Larson & John A. Kidwell)
Questions and Answers on Property (LEXIS Publishing 2003)
The Law of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Management (Foundation Press 2002) (with J.B. Ruhl)
Law Review Publications
How National Park Law Really Works, 86 University of Colorado Law Review 861 (2015)
The Environmentalist Attack on Environmental Law, 50 Tulsa Law Review 593 (2015)
Wilderness Exceptions, 44 Environmental Law 373 (2014)
Site-Specific Laws, 88 Notre Dame Law Review 2167 (2013)
The Green Harms of Green Projects, 27 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics, and Public Policy 537 (2013)
Good Pollution, 79 The University of Chicago Law Review Dialogue 31 (2013)
Lame Duck Logic, 46 UC Davis Law Review 1177 (2012)
The Clean Air Act and Scenic Landscapes, 88 North Dakota Law Review 571 (2012)
See the Mojave!, 89 Oregon Law Review 1357 (2011)
How Much Should China Pollute?, 12 Vermont Journal of Environmental Law 591 (2011)
Saxe’s Aphorism, 79 George Washington Law Review 1505 (2011)
Pornography as Pollution, 70 Maryland Law Review 53 (2011)
Climate Exceptionalism, 40 Environmental Law 53 (2010)
Discounting China's CDM Claims, 7 Loyola U. Chi. Intl L. Rev. 9 (2009).
The Idea of Pollution, 43 UC DAVIS L. REV. 1 (2009).
The Effectiveness of Biodiversity Law, J. LAND USE & ENVTL L. 203 (2009).
The Evangelical Debate Over Climate Change, 5 University of St. Thomas Law Journal 53-86 (2008).
The Spiritual Values of Wilderness, 36 Environmental Law 955 (2005).
The Appearance of Election Law, 31 The Journal of Legislation 37(2004).
How Not to Count Votes, 104 Columbia Law Review 1732 (2004).
The Lame Ducks of Marbury, 20 Constitutional Commentary 317 (2003-04)
Biodiversity and Mom, 30 Ecology L.Q. 991 (2003).
Textualism's Exceptions, Issues in Legal Scholarship (2002)
Voter's Intent and Its Discontents, 19 Constitutional Commentary 483 (2003)
Choosing the Judges Who Choose the President, 30 Capital University Law Review 499 (2002)
Voluntary Campaign Finance Reform, 85 Minnesota Law Review 1809 (2001)
Moral Nuisances, 50 Emory Law Journal 265 (2001)
Corruption, Pollution, and Politics, 110 Yale Law Journal 293 (2000)
The Worst Statutory Interpretation Case in History, 94 Northwestern Law Review 1445 (2000)
The Recusal Alternative to Campaign Finance Reform, 37 Harvard Journal on Legislation 69 (2000)
The Commerce Clause Meets the Delhi Sands Flower-Loving Fly, 97 Michigan Law Review 174 (1998)
Endangered Species Wannabees, 29 Seton Hall Law Review 235 (1998)
Playing Noah, 82 Minnesota Law Review 1171(1998)
A Twentieth Amendment Parable, 72 New York University Law Review 470 (1997)
CERCLA's Mistakes, 38 William & Mary Law Review 1405 (1997)
Delaware & Hudson Revisited, 72 Notre Dame Law Review 1495 (1997)
Why Chinese Wildlife Disappears as CITES Spreads, 9 Georgetown International Environmental Law Review 435 (1997)
Direct Democracy and Other Hastily Enacted Statutes, 1996 Annual Survey of American Law 535 (1996)
Corrections Day, 43 UCLA Law Review 1267 (1996)
The Missing Chinese Environmental Law Statutory Interpretation Cases, 5 New York University Environmental Law Journal 517 (1996)
Waiving Sovereign Immunity in an Age of Clear Statement Rules, 1995 Wisconsin Law Review 771 (1995)
Newt Gingrich, Dynamic Statutory Interpreter, 143 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 2209 (1995)
CERCLA, Causation, and Responsibility, 78 Minnesota Law Review 1493 (1994)
Severability, 72 North Carolina Law Review 203 (1993)
Opinion Pieces and Selected Commentary
Small mistakes cause big problems,": USA Today, November 21, 2006
The last acts of the lame ducks, Chicago Tribune, November 17, 2006
Distortion by the court (ND Only - NetId required), Philadelphia Inquirer, September 26, 2006
Expectation and Consummation: Law in Eschatological Perspective (with Keith A. Mathison), in Robert F. Cochran, Jr. & David VanDrunen, eds., Law and the Bible: Justice, Mercy and Legal Institutions (InterVarsity Press, 2013)
A right to clean water, in CHRISTIANITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS: AN INTRODUCTION (John Witte, Jr., & Frank S. Alexander, eds., Cambridge 2010).
Christianity and Environmental Law, in Angela Carmela, Robert Cochran & Michael McConnell, Christian Perspectives on the Law (Yale University Press 2001)
Use of Land Serving as Habitat for Rare Wildlife and Plants, in David D. Furman, Casebook on Zoning, Planning & Land Use Law in New Jersey 361 (1996 ed)
Landowner Responsibility for the Cleanup of Hazardous Wastes, in David D. Furman, Casebook on Zoning, Planning & Land Use Law in New Jersey 363 (1996 ed).
The Lessons of a 609 Year Old Code, Books & Culture (forthcoming 2014)
What Hath Lynn White Wrought?, 2 Fare Forward 44 (2012)
When the Sky Was Orange, Books & Culture (2005)
The Meaning of the Prohibition on Taking an Endangered Species, Briefly . . . Perspectives on Legislation, Regulation, and Litigation, vol. 1, no. 9 (Sept. 1998)
The Rule of Law in Mainland China, 14 American Asian Review 147 (1996)
Employment Benefits of Urban Synfuels Facilities, Argonne National Laboratory Report ANL/EES-TM-201 (June 1984) (with D.Wernette, K. McCarthy & D. South)
Areawide and Local Effects of Tar Sands Development at the Sunnyside Site in Utah: A Socioeconomic Analysis, Argonne National Laboratory Report ANL/EES-TM-249 (Apr. 1984) (with D.W. South, J.W. Nagle, K.J. Rose & R.C. Winter)
Indian Point Nuclear Power Station: Verification Analysis of County Radiological Emergency Response Plans, Argonne National Laboratory Report ANL/EES-TM-228 (May 1983) (with R. Whitfield)
Regional Socioeconomic Analysis of Tar Sands Development in Utah, Argonne National Laboratory Report ANL/EES-TM-245 (July 1983) (with D. South, J.W. Nagle, & R.C. Winter)||Utah Allowed To Reopen National Parks — And Foot The Bill - NPR News (Quotes: John Copeland Nagle) October 11, 2013
Conservation Triage Say you have an ark. Which species do you save? Slate (Quotes: John Copeland Nagle) February 21, 2013
Supreme Court Takes On Obamacare Challenge – Forbes, Source: forbes.com (Quotes: John Copeland Nagle) November 14, 2011
A Consequential Lame Duck., CQ Weekly Online (November 15, 2010) 2652-2656. (Quotes: John Copeland Nagle)
It’s Not Dead, It’s Only Lame: John Boehner and the 20th Amendment – The Atlantic (blog) (Quotes: John Copeland Nagle) July 26, 2010
John Nagle talks to WSBT radio about the constitutionality of the new health care law (audio) – March 25, 2010
Environmental policy a specialty of Obama’s solicitor general – New York Times, March 26, 2009 (Quotes John Nagle, John N. Matthews Professor of Law)||John N. Matthews Professor of Law||Gloria Krull||jnagel1|
|John||Robinson||H.||1115 Eck Hall of Lawemail@example.com||http://www.nd.edu/~ndlaw/faculty/cv/robinson_cv.pdf|
- Civil Procedure
- End-of-Life Issues
- Health Law
- Higher Education Law
- Law & Religion
- Medicaid & Medicare Law
- Organ Donation
- Wills & Trusts
|John H. Robinson has been a member of the faculties of the Notre Dame Law School since 1983 and the University’s Department of Philosophy since 1981, becoming an associate professor of law in 1998 and earning tenure in 1999. In addition to teaching, he directed the Law School’s Thomas J. White Center for Law and Government (1986-87 and 1988-97), and since 1994 has served as faculty editor for the Journal of College and University Law, the scholarly publication of the National Association of College and University Attorneys. He served as associate dean for academic affairs from 2002 until 2004, and he served as executive associate dean from 2004 until 2009. He became executive associate dean in July 2005. He earned his A.B. from Boston College in 1967, his M.A. and Ph.D. from Notre Dame in 1972 and 1975, respectively, and his J.D. from the University of California at Berkeley in 1979. He has been a member of the Rhode Island Bar since 1980. He taught philosophy as an assistant professor at the University of San Francisco (1973-76), served as an instructor of law at the University of Miami (1979-80) and clerked at the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut (1980-81).
Professor Robinson’s areas of academic interest include civil procedure, jurisprudence, and trusts and estates. He has a special expertise in the law of death and dying. In addition, he has been a member of the Human Rights Committee of the Logan Center in South Bend, Indiana, since 1989.|| ||/assets/71696/original/robinson.jpg||LAW60308, Civil Procedure
LAW70507, Trusts & Estates
LAW75739, Journal of College and University Law
The Extraterritorial Application of American Law: Preliminary Reflections, 27, Journal of College and University Law 187 (2000).
A Symposium on the Implementation of Ex Corde Ecclesiae: Introduction, 23 Journal of College and University Law 645 (1999).
Foreword: Physician Assisted Suicide: A Constitutional Crisis Resolved, 13 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics and Public Policy 369 (1998).
Foreword: The Compromise of â38 and the Federal Courts Today, 73 Notre Dame Law Review 891 (1998).
Ed., H. Jefferson Powell on the American Constitutional Tradition: A Conversation, with Thomas L. Shaffer ed., 72 Notre Dame Law Review 11 (1996).
Foreword: Physician Assisted Suicide: Its Challenge to the Prevailing Constitutional Paradigm, 9 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 345 (1995).
Foreword: Church, State, and Sex, 9 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 1 (1995).
Foreword: Adolescence, Choice, and Punishment, 5 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 257 (1991).
Foreword: Religious Discourse and the Reinvigoration of American Political Life, 4 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 385 (1990).
Foreword: Why Schooling is so Controversial in America Today, 3 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 519 (1988).
End-of-life Legal Issues in the United States, in Legal Perspectives in Bioethics 158-174 (Ana S. Iltis et al. ed., Routledge 2008).
Unraveling the Codes: The Dialectic Between Knowledge of the Moral Person and Knowledge of the Genetic Person in Criminal Law, chapter 14 of Mutating Concepts, Evolving Disciplines: Genetics, Medicine, and Society 75, co-authored, with R.M. Berry, (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2002).
A Health Law Reader: An Interdisciplinary Approach, with Roberta M. Berry and Kevin McDonnell, Carolina Academic Press (1999).||Associate Professor of Law||Debbie Sumption||JROBINSO|
|John||Ross|| ||Since 2005, John Ross has been in-house counsel to AM General LLC, a leading provider of vehicles, parts and services to military and commercial customers around the world. As part of his responsibilities, John oversees company compliance with all criminal and civil laws and regulations relating to domestic and international transactions, including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. He ensures that the company’s policies, procedures, training, and transactions reflect the current state of the law and his client’s values and priorities.
Prior to joining AM General, John was with Baker & Daniels LLP. He is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and Notre Dame Law School, and served as an infantry officer in the U.S. Marine Corps.|| ||Adjunct Professor||JROSS4|
|Joseph||Bauer||P.||2190 Eck Hall of Law||574.631.6514||574.631.8078||Joseph.P.Bauer.firstname.lastname@example.org||/assets/185012/fullsize/bauer_resume_revised_sept_2015.doc|
- Civil Procedure
- Conflict of Laws
- Copyright Law
- Federal Courts & Federal Litigation
- Intellectual Property Law
|Joseph P. Bauer, an expert in the field of antitrust, joined the Notre Dame Law School faculty in 1973 as an assistant professor, becoming an associate professor in 1977 and a full professor in 1980. He teaches the required first-year course in civil procedure, and also teaches antitrust, copyright and trademarks, and conflict of laws. During his tenure, he has served the Law School in numerous ways, including as co-director of the London Law Programme (1975-76, 1989-90), as associate dean (1985-88, 1991, 1996), as elected representative to the Provost’s Advisory Committee (1993-99), as elected vice chair of the Law School’s Appointments Committee for more than 10 years, and as elected vice chair of the Law School’s Promotions Committee on several occasions. He earned his B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania in 1965 and his J.D. from the Harvard Law School in 1969.
A member of the New York bar since 1970, he worked as an associate at the New York City law firm of Kaye, Scholer, Fierman, Hays & Handler (1969-72), and served as an instructor at the University of Michigan (1972-73). During the spring and summer of 2002, he was on leave, working in an Of Counsel Status at Kirkland & Ellis in Washington, D.C. He has also held a visiting professorship at Emory Law School (spring, 2004) and at the University of North Carolina (1981-82). He has also taught at a number of foreign law schools, including Hong Kong University, University College London, and the University of Innsbruck (Austria).
Since 1985, Professor Bauer, with the late Earl W. Kintner until his death some years ago, has prepared the annual updates to a seminal work in antitrust law, Kintner and Bauer, Federal Antitrust Law, volumes I-XI. In 2013, he published, with Professor William Page of the University of Florida College of Law and John Lopatka of Penn State Law School as his co-authors, the second revised edition of Volume II of this series, which concentrates on sections 1 and 2 of the Sherman Act. This is the sixth volume in this series written by Professor Bauer. Professor Bauer has also served as a consultant to the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Competition (1977-78), and has served on the AALS Antitrust Section Executive Committee (member 1984-89, chair 1987-89). He is a member of the Advisory Board of the American Antitrust Institute. He has testified on numerous occasions before Senate and House committees and subcommittees and in judicial proceedings, and he has served as an expert or consultant for a number of antitrust and intellectual property matters.|| ||/assets/181650/300x/bauer_2015.jpg||LAW60308, Civil Procedure
LAW70117, Antitrust Law
LAW70131, Copyright and Trademark
LAW70371, Conflict of Laws||Books
Federal Antitrust Law, with E. W. Kintner, William H. Page & John E. Lopatka (LexisNexis, Supps 1-11, 2014).
2 Federal Antitrust Law, with William H. Page & John E. Lopatka (Lexis-Nexis, 3d ed. 2013).
2 Federal Antitrust Law: Practices Prohibited by the Sherman Act, with Wm. Page (rev. 2d ed.) (Anderson Publishing Co. 2002).
11 Federal Antitrust Law: Relief, Defenses, Prior Adjudication, and Statutes of Limitations (Anderson Publishing Co. 1998).
10 Federal Antitrust Law: State Action Doctrine, Noerr-Pennington Doctrine, Miscellaneous Exemptions, with E.W. Kintner (Anderson Publishing Co. 1994).
9 Federal Antitrust Law: Antitrust Exemptions, with E.W. Kintner (Anderson Publishing Co. 1989).
3 Federal Antitrust Law: The Robinson-Patman Act, with E.W. Kintner (Anderson Publishing Co. 1983).
The Foreign Trade Antitrust Improvements Act: Further Limitations on the Ability of the Antitrust Regime to Promote Customer Welfare Chapter 8 in Competition and the State, pp 134-148 (Stanford Univ. Press, pub.) (2014).
Supplements to Volumes I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X and XI of Federal Antitrust Law, with E.W. Kintner (Lexis NexisPublishing Co. 2015), prepared and updated annually since 1985.
Professor Bauer has published numerous articles on antitrust, civil procedure, intellectual property law, and conflicts of laws including:
The Foreign Trade Antitrust Improvements Act: Do We Really Want to Return to American Banana?, 65 Maine L. Rev. 4-26 (2012).
Shedding Light on Shady Grove: Further Reflections on the Erie Doctrine From a Conflicts Perspective, 86 Notre Dame Law Review 939-985 (2011).
Copyright and the First Amendment: Comrades, Combatants, or Uneasy Allies?, 67 Washington & Lee Law Review 831-914 (2010).
Addressing the Incoherency of the Preemption Provision of the Copyright Act of 1976, 10 Vanderbilt J. of Entertainment and Technology Law 1 (2007).
Antitrust Implications of Aftermarkets, 52 Antitrust Bulletin 31 (2007).
Refusals to Deal with Competitors by Owners Of Patents and Copyrights: Reflections on the Image Technical and Xerox Decisions, 55 DePaul Law Review 1211-46 (2006).
Reflections on the Manifold Means of Enforcing the Antitrust Laws: Too Much, Too Little, or Just Right? 16 Loyola Consumer Law Review 303 (2004).
The Stealth Assault on Antitrust Enforcement: Raising the Barriers for Antittrust Injury and Standing, 62 University of Pittsburgh Law Review 437 (2001).
The Erie Doctrine Revisited: How a Conflicts Perspective Can Aid the Analysis, 74 Notre Dame Law Review 1235 (1999).
Antitrust and Sports: Must Competition on the Field Displace Competition in the Market?, 60 Tennessee Law Review 263 (1993).
Schiavone: An Un-Fortune-ate Illustration of the Supreme Court's Role as Interpreter of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, 63 Notre Dame Law Review 720 (1988).
Application of the Antitrust Laws to the Activities of Insurance Companies: Heavier Risks, Expanded Coverage, and Greater Liability, of the Antitrust Laws 63 North Carolina Law Review 431 (1985).
Antitrust Exemptions for Private Requests for Governmental Action: A Critical Analysis of the Noerr-Pennington Doctrine, 17 UC-Davis Law Review 549 (1984).
A Federal Law of Unfair Competition: What Should Be the Reach of Section 43(a) of the Lanham Act?, 31 UCLA Law Review 671 (1984).
Government Enforcement Policy of Section 7 of the Clayton Act: Carte Blanche for Conglomerate Mergers?, 71 California Law Review 348 (1983).
A Simplified Approach to Tying Arrangements: A Legal and Economic Analysis, 33 Vanderbilt Law Review 283 (1980).
Per Se Illegality of Concerted Refusals to Deal: A Rule Ripe for Reexamination, 79 Columbia Law Review 685 (1979).
Challenging Conglomerate Mergers Under Section 7 of the Clayton Act: Today’s Law and Tomorrow’s Legislation, 58 Boston Univ. Law Review 199 (1978).
Professional Activities and the Antitrust Laws, 50 Notre Dame Lawyer 570 (1975).
(also oral argument before the U.S. Supreme Court)
Brief for Respondent, Northwest Wholesale Stationers v. Pacific Stationery & Printing Co., 472 U.S. 284 (1984).
Brief and Reply Brief for Petitioner, Lee v. United States, 432 U.S. 23 (1977).||Reynolds American-Lorillard merger could face antitrust hurdles - (Quotes: Joseph Bauer) - CBS Money Watch, July 16, 2014
NCAA: O’Bannon case a possible bellwether for big changes in college sports - (Quotes: Joseph Bauer) - The Salt Lake Tribune, July 1, 2014
Apple ordered to change 'most favored' e-book contracts - (Quotes: Joseph Bauer) - Washington Post, September 6, 2013
Apple's E-Book Story Still Largely Unwrit - (Quotes: Joseph Bauer) - MacNewsWorld, July 12, 2013
San Jose's Lawsuit Against Major League Baseball Is Weak - (Quotes: Joseph Bauer) - Forbes, June 20, 2013
Professor Bauer was quoted by the Associated Press on Pa. governor sues NCAA over Penn State sanctions in the following sources on January 1, 2013:
Fox Sports, Huffington Post, Yahoo! News, CBS, ABC, Businessweek, NPR, US News and World Report
Professor Bauer was also quoted on the ATT&T, T-Mobile merger in the following sources on August 31, 2011:
Government Sues To Block AT&T, T-Mobile Merger, Washington Post, NPR, Forbes, ABC, and many other media sources.
AT&T Gearing Up for Rare Antitrust Fight With DOJ, New York Times, CBS, BusinessWeek, and over 100 other media sources.||Professor Emeritus of Law||JBAUER|