Recent Faculty Scholarship & Activities May 2008



Jamie Baker Roskie was quoted in Atlanta Magazine regarding the Newtown Florist Club's environmental justice movement in Gainesville, Ga., spearheaded by Faye Bush.

Donald E. Wilkes Jr., Federal Postconviction Remedies and Relief Handbook, 6th ed. (Thomson/West, 2008)

Daniel M. Bodansky was recently redesignated by the U.S. Government as an arbitrator under the Protocol on Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty.

Fazal Khan's article "The Human Factor: Globalizing Ethical Standards in Drug Trials through Market Exclusion" was recently listed on SSRN's top 10 download list for public goods and regulation in health economics.

Thomas A. Eaton was quoted in The Macon Telegraph regarding the federal investigation of the city of Macon for allegedly misusing money from a federal grant.

Laurie Fowler was recently selected as a finalist for Campus Compact’s 2008 Thomas Ehrlich Faculty Award for Service-Learning.

Walter Hellerstein, MeadWestvaco and the Scope of the Unitary Business Principle, 108 Journal of Taxation 261 (2008)

Ronald L. Carlson was quoted in the Athens Banner-Herald regarding the probability of Georgia's death row inmate William Mark Mize, an Athens area man, being put to death next year.

Thomas A. Eaton was quoted in The Macon Telegraph regarding the possible implications of a letter the U.S. Department of Justice sent to the city of Macon, Ga., which warned that it could sue the city for allegedly misusing federal grant money.

Walter Hellerstein was named the most influential academic in state and local taxation in a survey conducted by State Tax Notes.

E. Ann Puckett was quoted in The Augusta Chronicle regarding accommodating students with health disorders in public institutions.

Ronald L. Carlson was quoted in The Mercury News regarding Chinese crew members from the Cosco Busan cargo ship having to stay in the U.S. because they are witnesses in a criminal case against the ship's pilot, John Joseph Cota.

Paul J. Heald, speaker, "Testing the Over- and Under-Exploitation Hypotheses: Bestselling Musical Compositions (1913-32) and Their Use in Cinema (1968-2007)," the University of Bournemouth and Birkbeck College, May, 2008

Robert P. Bartlett, speaker, "Going Private But Staying Public: Reexamining the Effect of Sarbanes-Oxley on Firms' Going-Private Decisions," the 2008 Annual Meeting of the American Law and Economics Association, May, 2008