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CURRICULUM VITAE

Ronald David Greenberg




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EDUCATION:
  

Harvard Law School, J.D. (1964), international law focus, honors writing (top third-year papers) filed in Harvard Law School library; Lincoln's Inn; Toepfer Club; International Law Club; Southern Club; Law School dormitory proctor (President and Fellows of Harvard College appointment: 1962, 1963).

 

Harvard Business School, M.B.A. (1961), international economics focus, honors writing course (top 5% in certain first year written work); registered tutor (mathematics & physics (Harvard College tutoring service)).

 

University of Texas, Austin, B.S.M.E. (1957), physics & engineering, college honors, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma, registered tutor (mathematics, physics, engineering (U. of Texas tutoring service)), freshman & varsity golf (Harvey Penick, coach; Davis Love, Jr., teammate), student government (elected engineering representative), fraternity (prior to my becoming a member) awarded scholarship trophy (for ranking first among campus fraternities (1950-52)). fraternity president, fraternity rush captain, fraternity scholarship committee chair, Ramshorn Association (Texas Soc. of Prof. Engineers), Silver Spurs, Goodfellows. For more information on some of these activities, click links below.

Preparatory: Public schools (San Antonio, Texas), National Honor Society, Euclidean Mathematics Club, golf team.

 

Continuing Education/Extension Services (1966-69): New York University (introductory courses on music history, French lang. (4 ), poems of English lang., western civ. history, philosophy, art history, cultural anthropology); The New School (course on art history).

 

Division of Extension (1958-59): University of Texas (Elementary Accounting; Business Law).

 



SELECTED HONORS:  

Graduate School Scholarship: 

Teagle (1959-61)
Harvard University, Graduate School of Business

For more information on the Teagle, click here, here, here, and here.  See also  Gallery 4b: Other Roads Not Taken; Road Taken at Other roads not taken by me:Roads not taken academically.  

   
Academic:  

Societies: 

Tau Beta Pi (Engineering honor society), Univ. of Texas, Austin.   Click here for more information.

Pi Tau Sigma (Mechanical Engineering honor society), Univ. of Texas, Austin.  Click here for more information.

Phi Eta Sigma (Arts & Science freshman honor society), Univ. of Texas, Austin.  Click here and here for more information. 


Other:

Arts & Science (applied physics dept.), Univ. of Texas, Austin: Commendation (NROTC Unit; Dean, College of Arts & Sciences, report):  Summa Cum Laude (fall 52-53); Cum Laude Ampla et Magna (spring 52-53, fall 53-54, spring 53-54); "Honors: Phi Eta Sigma" (transcript annotation).

Engineering School, Univ. of Texas, Austin (mechanical engineering dept.): top decile; "Honors:Tau Beta Pi" (transcript annotation).

Visiting Associate Professor, Harvard Business School (1981); taught Tax Factors in Business Decisions (MBA Program: Finance Area).

Visiting Assistant Professor, Stanford Business School (1978); taught Advanced Tax (executive program) and Business Law.(MBA program).

Created new course (International business and tax law for MBA program, Columbia Business School (1993-1994)); created course materials/casebook funded by Columbia Business School.

Registered tutor, mathematics, chemistry (inorganic), & physics, Bureau of Study Counsel, Harvard University (circa 1960-61).

Registered tutor, mathematics, physics, & engineering mechanics, Univ. of Texas, Austin (circa 1955-57).

Engineering laboratory instructor, mechanisms, Univ. of Texas (1957).

Dormitory proctor, Harvard Law School (President and Fellows of Harvard College appointment: 1962, 1963).


Organizations (honorable activities**):  

Note: Dates for organizations listed below established/estimated from available personal records (e.g., membership applications (files/copy); checkbook registers (dues payments)).

Law: 

New York State Bar Association (member over 45 years); Sustaining  Member (2003-     ).  Click here  for more information.
Click here for more on the NYSBA.  

New York City Bar (member over 45 years), Emeritas. Click here for more on the NYC Bar Association. 

American Bar Association (member over 45 years).  Click here for mere on ABA.

Executive Committee, International Law and Practice Section, N.Y. State Bar Assn. (1989-91).

Academy of Legal Studies in Business (ALSB) (2013-     ) (successor to ABLA); American Business Law Association (ABLA) (circa 1976-1995).

Engineering/science: 

Natl. Society of Professional Engineers, EIT (1967-    ), Life Member.    Click here for more on NSPE. 

Texas Society of Professional Engineers, EIT (circa 1969-   ), Life Member.  Click here for more on the TSPE.

Ramshorn Association, Texas Soc. of Prof. Engineers (circa 1957).  Click here and here for references to Univ. of Texas student organization (which apparently is no longer in existence). 

Ramshorn Chapter, Texas Leadership Society (see Texas Leadership Society at next subheading Education/Alumni support) , http://www.engr.utexas.edu/about/history/192-the-ramshorn

New York State Society of Professional Engineers, EIT (circa 1970-     ), Life Member.  Click here for more on NYSSPE. 

American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1967-     ), Life Member.  Click here for information on ASME.   Click here also for more on ASME.

New York Academy of Science (1979-  ), Emeritus.  Click here for more information on NYAS. 

American Association for the Advancement of Science (circa 1975 -   ), Emeritus; President's Circle.  Click here for more on AAAS.  Click here on AAAS programs.   Contribution to AAAS President's Circle in response to 9/25/2013 letter from AAAS noting that "United States is facing a serious crisis in science and math education" and that "future of our economy and society is at stake" to help AAAS "make the case for the importance of a sound scence education." 

Education/Alumni support: 

Texas Exes (circa 1995 and some earlier years), Life Member.  Click here for more on Texas Exes.

The Ex-Students’ Association of the Univ. of Texas, Life Member (2011 -    ).  Click here for more information.

Littlefield Society (2012-  ).  Click here for more information.

Texas Leadership Society (2012-    ).  Click here for information on Texas Leadership Society.  Click here also for more on this organization.   Click here also for more information.

The Chancellor’s.Council (2014-   ).  Click here for information on The Chancellor’s.Council.

Silver Spurs (1956 -    ), Life Member

Silver Spurs Alumni Association, Life Member (2011) -     ).  Click here for more information on socital goals. Click link below for additional details on Silver Spurs.     

Oliver Wendell Holmes Society (2013-   ).  Click here for more information.  Click here for more on the Society.

Cornerstone Society (2013-   ).   Click here for more information.


Educational/research: 

Outstanding Professor Award, Columbia Business School (1973).

 Mensa (1975-     ).  Click here for more on Mensa.

Friends of the Larchmont
Public Library, life Member (2014-    ).


Student/course Written Work:  

Third Year Written Work course for Prof. Harold Berman (Harvard Law School (1964), Prof. Berman selected work on merits for placement in Harvard Law School Library.

Written Analysis of Cases (WAC) course (Harvard Business School, 1960), special course enrollment selected/eligible by School faculty in recognition of quality of written work in first semester of WAC.

Creative Writing course (Mark Twain School, 1949), course enrollment selected by School faculty/administration.

See also, Roads Not Taken at "Gallery 4: ArmyBallistic missile Agency" on Navigation Bar.


Editorships:

Editor in Chief, New York International Law Review, N.Y. State Bar Assn., Intl. Law & Prac. Sec. (1988-91).  

Editor in Chief, International Law Practicum, N.Y. State Bar Assn., Intl. Law & Practice Section (1987-91).

Editor, Annual Report, The Tax Lawyer (1982-95, 2000).

Editor, United States Law News (1986-88).

Editor, The Compleat Lawyer, American Bar Assn. (1985-88).

Publications Editorial Board member, General Prac. Sec., American Bar Assn. (1987-88).

Editorial Board member, Committee on Publications, Intl. Law & Prac. Section, N.Y. State Bar Assn. (1987-96).


Advisory Boards:    

Advisory Board, Compleat Lawyer (1985- 1987(circa))

Advisory Board, American Law Review (Law Press China (ISBN 7-5036-4693-4), 2004-      ).

Editorial Advisory Board, New York Intl. Law Review (Intl. Law & Prac. Section, N.Y. State Bar Assn., 1992-    ).  Click link below for additional details on this law review.


Committee Chairs; Moderator; Speaker; Coordinator:  

Chair, Editorial Advisory Board, New York International Law Review (Intl. Law & Practice Section, N.Y. State Bar Assn., 1992- ).

Chair, Committee on Publications (Intl. Law & Practice Section, NY. State Bar Assn., 1988-91).

Co-Chair, Committee on Business Law (General Practice Section, NY. State Bar Assn., 1988-89).

Chair, Lawyer-to-Lawyer Hotline Committee (Section of General Practice, American Bar Assn., 1986-87).

Chair, Committee on Commercial Law (General Practice Section, NY. State Bar Assn., 1985-88).

Chair, Committee on Business Law (General Practice Section, N.Y. State Bar Assn., 1985-88).

Chair, Committee on Corporation, Banking, and Business Law (General Practice Section, American Bar Assn., 1985-88).

Chair, Committee on Tax Law (General Practice Section, N.Y. State Bar Assn., 1982-93).

Chair, Committee on Taxation (Section of General Practice, American Bar Assn., 1978-83).

Chair of Sub-Committee on Tax Aspects of Business Organizations, Committee on Taxation (Section of General Practice, American Bar Assn., 1974-76).

Vice Chair, Committee on Business and Commercial Law (Section of General Practice, American Bar Assn., 1990-91).

Vice Chair, Committee on Publications (International Law & Practice Section, N.Y. State Bar Assn., 1988).

Vice Chair, Committee on Corporation, Banking and Business Law (Section of General Practice, American Bar Assn., 1988-89).

Vice Chair, Committee on Taxation (Section of General Practice, American Bar Assn., 1976-78, 1983-84).

Chair & Moderator, Program on Life Cycle of Corporation (tax and corporate law implications) for American Bar Assn. (General Practice Section), Committee on Corporation, Banking, and Business Law, in New York, New York (August 1986).

Chair & Moderator, Program on Implications of 1986 Tax Reform Act on general practitioners for American Bar Assn. (General Practice Section) in Boston, Mass. (May 1987).

Speaker, Program on Corporate Transactions Affecting Valuation of a Business, for American Bar Assn. (General Practice Section) in Boston, Mass. (1988).

Coordinator, Study Committee, Committee on Laws and Practices, Insurance Negligence and Compensation Section, N.Y. State Bar Assn., re N.Y. State legislative bills on medical malpractice compensation (1980, 1982).


Other Fellowships/Scholarships:

Univ. of Texas at Austin, Wilbur S. Davidson Scholarship (1952-53 Long Session).

M.I.T., Engineering Fellowship (unable to accept; 1959).

Ohio State Univ., Mechannical Engineering Dept., invitation to submit fellowship application (unable to accept; 1956). 


Grants:

Ford Foundation (1977 (shared with lead, and other, Columbia Business School professors)).

Columbia Business School (1975 (re concerted practices EEC)).

Columbia Univ. Center Intl. Bus. Ed.-Sch. Intl. Pub. Affairs (1992).

Columbia Business School (1992 (re Intl Bus. Law?Tax course)).

Columbia Business School (1993 (re Intl Bus. Law?Tax course)).

Columbia Business School (1994 (re Intl Bus. Law?Tax course)).


Other honors:

Secretary to Faculty, Columbia Business School (1975-77).

Invitation from People to People International in 2006 to serve on People to People Ambassador Programs' Air and Waste Management Delegation to China in Oct. 2007 (unable to accept invitation).  Click here, e.g., on more information about People to People International.

The Presidential Active Lifestyle Award (2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007).  Click link  below for additional details.

Goodfellows (circa 1957).  Click here  for additional details on Goodfellows.

WQXR, member (2011-12 circa).

WNYC, member (2010 circa).

Social: 

Lincoln's Inn Society (Harvard Law School).


Biographical: 

Who's Who in America (1988-   ); Who's Who in American Law (1985 et seq.), Who's Who in Finance and Business (1987 et seq.), Who's Who in American Education (1994 et seq.); Who's Who in Science and Engineering (1996 et seq.). Click here for more on Who's Who.  Click link below for additional details.


 

TEACHING POSITIONS/ACTIVITIES:


Columbia Business School (1970-1995): assistant professor (1972-79); associate professor (1980-82); professor (adjunct (1970-71, 1982-1995)), business law and taxation division (1970-1989); accounting, business law, and taxation division (1989-1995) -- courses taught: business law (basic), business law (regulatory), business tax (basic), business tax (advanced), international business and tax law, basic accounting, advanced accounting (partnerships, corporate combinations).

 

Harvard Business School (1981): visiting associate professor to teach taxation.

 

Stanford Business School (1978): visiting assistant professor to teach business law.


Harvard University (1960-61): tutor in mathematics & physics at Harvard University's Bureau of Study Counsel.

 

University of Texas (1955-57): engineering laboratory instructor; registered tutor in mathematics, physics, & engineering mechanics.


 

TEACHING/EXAMINATION PRACTICES:


Classroom: mix of Socratic method and lectures, except for accounting courses.

 

Examinations: essay questions only (no multiple choice; no true/false), except for for accounting courses.

 

Course materials: mix of legal cases (judicial opinions), business cases (e.g., Harvard Business School cases or materials written by me), and explanatory comments (written by me), except for accounting courses.

 

Emphasis on students' evidencing communication skills (written and oral) on classwork, homework, and examinations. See "Style manual" in "Selected Publications" on Navigation Bar. See also "Style Manual" at "Gallery 1: Images" on Navigation Bar.

 

RESEARCH & PUBLICATIONS:


Books/Course Materials:

Business/Corporate Law and Practice by Beane, D'Alessandro, Greenberg, Santucci (2011-2012 ed. (13th rev.); N.Y. State Bar Assn.
 

Materials on Income Taxation of Business Organizations & Their Owners (2d ed., 1994), 400 pages (approx.), private distribution for use at Columbia Business School.

 

Materials on Business Law B6151 (5th ed., 1986), 712 pages, private distribution for use at Columbia Business School (& at Stanford Business School (1978)).

 

Materials on Business Income Taxation (7th ed., 1994), 560 pages (approx.), private distribution for use at Columbia Business School (& at Harvard Business School (1981)).

 

Materials on International Business Law & Taxation (1994), 1400 pages (approx.), private distribution for use at Columbia Business School (1994)).

 

Chapters in Books:

Accounting and the Law (Ch. 45) in Handbook of Accounting and Auditing, edited by Burton, Palmer, and Kay (1981) Warren, Gorham & Lamont Inc.

 

 

Tax Implications of Forming a Corporation (Ch. 3), N.Y. Lawyer's Deskbook (2d ed. 2011-2012 (22th annual rev.)); N.Y. State Bar Assn.

 

Tax Implications of Forming a Corporation (Ch. 3), N.Y. Lawyer's Formbook (2d ed. 2011-2012 (22th annual rev.)); N.Y. State Bar Assn.

 

Business Organizations: Corporations (Ch. 1) in General Practice in New York (vols. 20-25) for West's New York Practice Series (1998, rev. 1999 (ISBN 0-314-23141-2)) West Group (formerly West Publishing Company).

 

Federal Securities Regulation (Ch. 33 (first draft)) in Business Law by Reiling, Thompson, Brady, and Macchiarola (1982) Kent Publishing Co.

 

Articles:

Quantitative Methods of Legal Analysis, 1976 Insurance L.J. 589-607 (1976).

 

Municipal Securities: Some Basic Principles and Practices, 9 Urban Lawyer 338-363 (1977).

 

Municipal Bankruptcy: Some Basic Aspects, 10 Urban Lawyer 266-288 (1978).

 

Summary of Significant Tax Dev., 1979 Survey of Law 61-64 (1979), American Bar Assn. (Gen. Prac. Sec.).

 

Survey of Signif. Income Tax Dev. 1979, 1980 Survey of Law 47-55 (1980), Amer. Bar Assn. (Gen. Prac. Sec.).

 

Low Interest and Interest-Free Loans, 15 Docket Call 3-4, 29-32 (No. 4 Winter 1981), ABA (Gen. Prac. Sec.). Click here for Alan E. DeWoskin, Five Decades of Service, 29GP SOLO (Mar.-Apr. 2012 (No 2)) at "The Magazine Through the Years." (history of Docket Call). Click here for GP Solo, the successor to Docket Call  (in 1984 Docket Call and Law Notes were woven into a new publication,The Compleat Lawyer; in 1998 the Best of ABA Sections, Technology and Practice Guide and The Compleat Lawyer were placed under the unified masthead of GP Solo & Small Firm Lawyer; in 2000 the name of the magazine was changed to GPSolo).

 

A Proposed Bill for a Med. Injury Comp. System, 10 INCL J. 100-113 (June 1981), N.Y. State Bar Assn. (Ins., Negl., and Compen. Law Sec.).

 

The Lawyer's Use of Quantitative Analysis in Settlement Negotiations, 38 Bus. Law. 1557-1586 (1983).


The Eurodollar Market: The Case for Disclosure, 71 Calif. L. Rev. 1492-1515 (1983), translated into Japanese, Hiroshi Murata, 2 Matsusaka J. Pol. Sci. Econ. (1983). For more information on translation, click "Selected Publications" (at "Translations") on Navigation Bar. For other expressions of interest, see "Selected Requests for Permission to Reprint and Other Expressions of Interest" below.

 

Edited Works:

Annual Report: Tax Exempt Financing, 36 Tax Law. 1181-1193 (Important Developments Editor, 1983).

Annual Report: Tax Accounting Problems, 37 Tax Law. 1021-1025 (Important Developments Editor, 1984).

Annual Report: Tax Accounting Problems, 38 Tax Law. 1073-1076 (Important Developments Editor, 1985).

Annual Report: Tax Accounting Problems, 39 Tax Law. 1011-1014 (Important Developments Editor, 1986).

Annual Report: Low Income Taxpayer Problems, 40 Tax Law. 1125-1126 (Important Developments Editor 1987).

Annual Report: Low Income Taxpayer Problems, 41 Tax Law. 1089 (Important Developments Editor 1988).

Annual Report: Sales, Exchanges, and Basis, 42 Tax Law. 1475-1488 (Important Developments Editor 1989).

Annual Report: Real Estate Tax Problems, 43 Tax Law. 1357-1390 (Important Developments Editor 1990).

Annual Report: Low Income Taxpayer Problems, 44 Tax Law. 1321-1325 (Important Developments Editor 1991).

Annual Report: Natural Resources, 44 Tax Law. 1327-1334 (Important Developments Editor 1991).

Annual Report: Low Income Taxpayer Problems, 45 Tax Law. 1275-1278 (Important Developments Editor 1992).

Annual Report: Regulated Public Utilities, 45 Tax Law. 1323-1327 (Important Developments Editor 1992).

Annual Report: Regulated Public Utilities, 46 Tax Law. 1183-1188 (Important Developments Editor 1993).

Annual Report: Foreign Activities of U. S. Taxpayers, 46 Tax Law. 1113-1126 (Important Dev. Editor 1993).

Annual Report: Environmental Taxes, 47 Tax Law. 1165-1166 (Important Developments Editor 1994).

Annual Report: Individual Investments and Workouts, 47 Tax Law. 1223-1232 (Important Dev. Editor 1994).

Annual Report: Foreign Activities of U. S. Taxpayers, 47 Tax Law. 1205-1221 (Important Dev. Editor 1994).

Annual Report: Foreign Activities of U. S. Taxpayers, 53 Tax Law. 1123-1130 (Important Dev. Editor 2000).

 

Review of Chapters in Books:

Taxes (Chapter 7) in Investments (1978 in its 6th ed. 1999) by William F. Sharpe (Nobel prize in economic sciences 1990) with Gordon J. Alexander and Jeffrey Bailey, acknowledgment in Preface thereof.

 

Chapter on Federal Securities Regulation in Shortened CPA Law Review by Thompson & Brady (Wadsworth 4th ed. 1977 (ISBN 0-534-00496-2), acknowledgment in Preface thereof.

 

Reports:

Report, Subcommittee on Individual Deductions and Non-deductible Items, Contributor re Losses (§165) and Capital Expenditures (§263), 31 Tax Law. 954, 1245-1247, 1233-36 (1978).

 

Reports (quarterly) as Chair, Committee on Taxation, General Practice Section, American Bar Association, (1978-83) printed and distributed to General Practice Section Officers and Council members.

 

Legislative Report on a Bill in New York State Legislature to create a patients' indemnification board to determine awards for medical malpractice claims brought by injured patients, for Insurance, Negligence, and Compensation Section, New York State Bar Association (1980).

 

Report on deductibility re federal income tax of legal fees for personal expenses, Chair, Committee on Taxation, Section of General Practice, American Bar Association (1982).

 

Other:


U.S. Navy 
Staff of Tara Times, Ensign Greenberg Victorious Again, The Tara Times, page 1 (July 20, 1958).

Harvard Business School
Assistant Researcher (summer 1961- summer (circa) 1962) for research conducted by Stanley I. Buchin at Harvard Business School (HBS) on the Harbus 2 Business Simulation Model.  Model was designed as “mathematical description of a business firm and its environment . . . being developed . . . [in 1961] at the Harvard Business School [by Stanley I. Buchin]."  See, e.g., Stanley I. Buchin, Discussion of Possible Uses for the Harbus 2 Business Simulation Model, Harvard Business School, pp. 1-8 (April 12, 1961 [mimeographed memorandum (unpublished?)]).  Model “represents an attempt to put into in an algebraic form the significant quantifiable aspects of business decision-making and the interactive effects of this decision-making over time.”  Id.  Model was “written in a computer coding system (FORTRAN)” to reflect/analyze common relationships of a firm’s, e.g., marketing, research/engineering, manufacturing, purchasing, personnel, accounting,  and finance divisions in the context of its external environment  such as geographic regions, competition, suppliers, labor, short-term debt and long-term debt, and shareholders.  Id.   Model was programmed for a computer (IBM 7090) at HBS with work on the model being done in connection with Educational Testing Service, Princeton, N.J. and Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, Cambridge, Mass.  See also, e.g., Harvard Business School, Computer Simulation, Institutional Memory: Timeline: 1962, Harvard Business School (2010),  http://institutionalmemory.hbs.edu/timeline/1962/harbus_ii_a_computer_simulation_of_business_enterprise_developed_at_hbs.html (noting that Harbus II is “a computer simulation of business enterprise developed at HBS, is used in summer sessions cosponsored by HBS and Educational Testing Service with 50 executives; moved into AMP in '63.”).

Cf., e.g., G. B. Strother, Alton C. Johnson, Howard E. Thompson, Educational Applications of Management Games, Final Report, pages 1-259, Univ. Wisconsin (August 31, 1966),
http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED013372.pdf (noting that a survey indicates “widespread use of business games in collegiate schools of business and that those who are using games are searching for the most effective ways of building them into their curricula.”).  Id. at 12, note 7  (citing Stanley I. Buchin, "Harbets Simulation Exercise," mimeographed, Howard [sic] University, January 1963) (“The Harbus 2 model developed by Buchin can be combined with in-basket materials in the ‘Harbets Simulation Exercise.’7 ”).   Id. at note 9 (“Buchin, op. cit.”).  Id. at 53 (noting that a survey indicated that some 25 schools were involved in evaluative research on gaming (e.g., Carnegie Institute of Technology, University of Chicago, Harvard Business School, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of Minnesota, New York University, Purdue University, Texas Technological College, Washington and Lee University, University of Wisconsin, Yale University)).

See Stanley Buchin, Professor of the Practice - Marketing and Finance/Chair of the Faculty, School of Hospitality Administration, Boston University,
http://www.bu.edu/hospitality/community/faculty/standards/buchin/. (noting, among other activities, “He has been a faculty member at Harvard Business School, Templeton College at Oxford University and the Arthur D Little School of Management (now the Hult International Business School).”).    See also, e.g., Stanley Buchin, Professor of the Practice - Marketing and Finance, Expertise: “Casino gaming,” Public Relations, Boston University, http://www.bu.edu/experts/profiles/stanley-buchin/  (“Expertise: Casino gaming, Cruise industry, Hotel industry, Theme Park Marketing and Strategy”).

Uniform CPA Examination
The Journal of Accountancy (1974 Supplement), Uniform CPA Examination, Questions and Unofficial Answers, May 1972 to Nov. 1973 re Nov. 1972, on business law: antitrust at 95-96; re Nov. 1972, corp. at 96; re May 1973, contracts at 139-140 (with Prof. G. P. Brady).

The Journal of Accountancy (1973 Supplement), Uniform CPA Examination, Nov. 1972, Questions and Unofficial Answers on business law: antitrust at 39-40, 72; Corp. at 40, 72-73 (with Prof. G. P. Brady).

The Journal of Accountancy (1974 Supplement), Unofficial Answers to the Uniform CPA Examination, May 1972 to Nov. 1973 at 52-53, 83 (with Prof. G. P. Brady).

The Journal of Accountancy (1975 Supplement), Uniform CPA Examination, May 1975, Questions and Unofficial Answers on business law: secured trans. at 41-42, 73; antitrust at 42, 74; Corp. at 42, 74-75 (with Prof. G. P. Brady).

The Journal of Accountancy (1976 Supplement), Uniform CPA Examination, Nov. 1975, Questions and Unofficial Answers re business law: contracts at 36, 75; corp. at 38-39, 75; secured trans. at 40, 75; securities reg. at 43, 77-78 (with Prof. G. P. Brady).

The Journal of Accountancy (1976 Supplement), Uniform CPA Examination, May 1976, Questions and Unofficial Answers re business law: corp. at 33-34, 63; securities reg. at 35, 63; secured trans. at 38, 64 (with Prof. G. P. Brady).

The Journal of Accountancy (1977 Supplement), Uniform CPA Examination, Nov. 1976, Questions and Unofficial Answers re business law: securities reg. at 42, 73 (with Prof. G. P. Brady).

The Journal of Accountancy (1977 Supplement), Uniform CPA Examination, May 1977, Questions and Unofficial Answers re business law: corp. at 37-38, 68; contracts at 41, 68; sales at 42, 68 (with Prof. G. P. Brady).

Ford Foundation grant
Research (Ford Foundation grant) with Professors Robbins, Morrison, Kolesar, & Baker on regulation of N.Y.C. finances re interface of securities regulation, bankruptcy, taxation, among others, for a report submitted to Temporary Commission on City Finances (1977).

ABA Programs
The Corporate Life Cycle from Birth to Death; The Partnership Life Cycle from Birth to Death; program co-chair with Leona Beane (August 12, 1986, Sheraton Centre, N.Y, N.Y; American Bar Assn., General Practice Section, Corporation, Banking, and Business Law Committee).

Tax Reform Act of 1986--Highlights for the General Practitioner,  program moderator (held May 23, 1987, Sheraton Boston Hotel & Towers, Boston, Mass.,  ABA, General Practice Section, Second Annual Spring Meeting (5/22-23/1987)).

Training Programs -- commercial banks
Business law materials (private distribution) for Manufacturers Hanover Trust Co. training program (1977).

Materials (privately distribution) for Citibank program on business law and loan documentation (1977).

Training Programs -- investment banks
Taxation materials (private distribution) for E.F. Hutton training program (1983-86).

Taxation materials (private distribution) for Prudential-Bache training program (1983-85).

Taxation materials (private distribution) for Drexel, Burnham training program (1983-89).

Training Programs -- Columbia University
Taxation materials (private distribution) for Columbia University executive program (1982-84).

Materials (private distribution) on business law and taxation for Leadership, Education, and Development Program (LEAD) at Columbia University for high school students throughout the U.S. (1992-94).

 

Letter to William Safire

William Safire, I Stand Corrected: More on Language from William Safire (1984) ((letter to W.Safire on misuse of "or otherwise" in his weekly column in the New York Times Magazine).

 

 

SELECTED CONTRACTS AND OFFERS:  

Contract (circa 1973): West Publishing Co., to produce materials (textbook) on business factors in taxation, by Gerald P. Brady and Ronald D. Greenberg (terminated circa 1977).

Contract (1978): Harper and Row, to produce materials (textbook) on business law by Ronald David Greenberg with contributing authors Walter Barthold, Faith Colish, and Peter Van Nuys (not able to complete).

Offer (June 6, 1984): New York State Bar Association, General Practice Section, Executive Committee to produce chapter (unable to accept) .

Offer (March 29, 1988): American, Bar Association, General Practice Section to produce book on corporations or business law (unable to accept).

Offer (circa 1989): American, Bar Association, General Practice Section to produce book on corporations or business law (unable to accept).

Contracts (1989- ): to produce chapter for a New York lawyer's Deskbook on the tax implications of forming a corporation; chapter published and revised annually as: Tax Implications of Forming a Corporation (Ch. 3) , N.Y. Lawyer's Deskbook (2d ed. 2009-2010 (20th annual rev.)); N.Y. State Bar Assn. (ISBN 1-57969-288-5; Libr. of Congr. Card Cat. 89-64413); winner of Amer. Bar Assn. Constabar Award; see "Research & Publication" at "Chapters in Books" above.


Contracts (1989- ): to produce chapter for a New York lawyer's formbook that includes tax forms to complement the N.Y. Lawyer's Deskbook ;chapter published and revised annually as: Tax Implications of Forming a Corporation (Ch. 3), N.Y. Lawyer's Formbook (2d ed. 2009-2010 (20th annual rev.)); N.Y. State Bar Assn. (ISBN 1-57969-287-7; Libr. of Congr. Card Cat. 90-50851), see "Research & Publication" at "Chapters in Books" above.

Contracts (circa 1998- ): to produce Business/Corporate Law and Practice by Beane, D'Alessandro, Greenberg, Santucci (2009-2010 ed. (11th rev.)); N.Y. State Bar Assn. (ISBN 1-57969-271-0), see "Research & Publication" at "Books/CourseMaterials" above.

Contract (1994) West Publishing Co. to produce chapter 1 on New York corporations law (completed as"Business Organizations: Corporations (Ch. 1) in General Practice in New York (vols. 20-25) for West's New York Practice Series (1998, rev. 1999 (ISBN 0-314-23141-2)) West Group (formerly West Publishing Company), see "Research & Publication" at "Chapters in Books" above.



 

WORK IN PROGRESS (selected):

 

Articles:

Concerted practices (European Union).

Importance of Business Law and Taxation in Business School curriculum.

 

Books:

Business Income Taxation, 500 pages (approx.).

International Business Law and Taxation, with several contributing authors, 1400 pages (approx.). Revision of Business/Corporate Law and Practice by Beane, D'Alessandro, Greenberg, Santucci, Rice (2014-2015 ed. (16th rev.); N.Y. State Bar Assn.

 

Chapters in Books:

Revision of Tax Implications of Forming a Corporation (Ch. 3), N.Y. Lawyer's Deskbook (2d ed. 2014-2015 (25th. annual rev.)); N.Y. State Bar Assn.

 

Revision of Tax Implications of Forming a Corporation (Ch. 3), N.Y. Lawyer's Formbook (2d ed. 2014-2015 (25th annual rev.)); N.Y. State Bar Assn.

 

Other:
Essay on need for greater emphasis on business law and taxation in business school curriculum.
Essay on need for greater emphasis on verbal skills (oral and written) in business school curriculum.



SELECTED REFERENCES TO PUBLICATIONS AND RESEARCH:

Vagts (Professor, Harvard Law School) in Legal Opinions in Quantitative Terms: The Lawyer as Haruspex or Bookie, 34 B. Law. 421, at 426, n. 15 (1979) citing Greenberg, Quantitative Aspects of Legal Analysis, Ins. L. J. (Oct. 1976) at 589.

 

Gelfand (Assistant Professor, Tulane Law School) in Seeking Local Government Financial Integrity Through Debt Ceilings, Tax Limits, and Expenditure Limits: The New York City Fiscal Crisis, The Taxpayer Revolt, and Beyond, 63 Minn. L. Rev. 545, at 549 n. 19, 576 n. 116 & 117, 574 n. 153 (1979) citing Greenberg, Municipal Securities: Some Basic Principles and Practices, 9 Urb. Law. 338 (1977).

 

Davidson, Tax Increment Financing as a Tool for Community Redevelopment, 56 U. Detroit J. Urban L. 405, at 412 n. 36 (1979) citing Greenberg, Municipal Securities: Some Basic Principles and Practices, 9 Urb. Law. 338 (1977).

 

Neugebauer (attorney) Municipal Securities: Disclosure Requirements, 9 Urb. Law. 305, at 327 n. 91 (1977) citing Greenberg, Municipal Securities: Some Basic Principles and Practices, 9 Urb. Law. 338 (1977).


Valente (Professor of Law, Villanova University) in Local Government Law 640-644 (2nd ed. 1980) citing pp. 340-350, 355-356 of Greenberg, Municipal Securities: Some Basic Principles and Practices, 9 Urb. Law. 338 (1977).

 

Gelfand, Comparative, Urban Finance: Are the London and Brooklyn Bridges Falling Down?, 55 Tulane L. Rev. 65 (1981) citing in footnotes 258, 277, and 282 Greenberg, Municipal Securities: Some Basic Principles and Practices, 9 Urb. Law. 338 (1977).

 

Greene, Urban Development Grants: Federal Carrots for Private Economic Revitalization of Depressed Urban Areas, 3 Urban Law & Policy 235, at 239, n. 46 (1980) citing Greenberg, Municipal Bankruptcy: Some Basic Aspects, 10 Urban Law. 226 (1978).

 

Victor, The Proper Use of Decision Analysis to Assist Litigation Strategy, 40 Bus. Law. 617 (1985), at n. 1 & 9 and accompanying text citing Greenberg, The Lawyer's Use of Quantitative Analysis in Settlement Negotiations, 38 Bus. Law. 1557-1586 (1983).

 

Sbragia, Debt Wish: Entrepreneurial Cities, U.S. Federalism and Economic Development (1996) citing at 145-146 Greenberg, Municipal Securities: Some Basic Principles and Practices, 9 Urb. Law. 338 (1977).


Zamora, Bank Contingency Financing: Risks, Rewards, and Opportunities (1990) citing Greenberg, The Eurodollar Market: The Case For Disclosure, 71 Calif. L. Rev. 1492 (1983).


Weise, Representing the Corporation: Strategies for Legal Counsel (Google Books Result (1995)) citing Greenberg, The Lawyer's Use of Quantitative Analysis in Settlement Negotiations, 38 Bus. Law. 1557-1586 (1983).



SELECTED REQUESTS FOR PERMISSION TO REPRINT AND OTHER EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST:


Agency for International Development, U.S Dept. of State, Office of Urban Development, Bureau for Technical Assistance (7/20/78) requesting copy of Greenberg, Municipal Bankruptcy: Some Basic Aspects, 10 Urban Lawyer 266-288 (1978).


Professor William D. Valente, Professor of Law, School of Law, Villanova Univ., requesting permission (8/24/79 of ABA; 10/12/79 of RDG) to reprint Greenberg, Municipal Securities: Some Basic Principles and Practices, 9 Urban Lawyer 338-363 (1977).

 

Editor, Securities Law Review-1984, letter to Managing Editor, U. of California Law Review, requesting permission to reprint Ronald David Greenberg, The Eurodallar Market: The Case for Disclosure, 71 California Law Review 1492-1515 (1983).

Paul Latimer, Visiting Scholar at Columbia Law School (1991) requesting copy of Ronald David Greenberg, The Eurodallar Market: The Case for Disclosure, 71 California Law Review 1492-1515 (1983).
 

PRO BONO PUBLICO AND OTHER VOLUNTARY ACTIVITIES:


Consultant to the President of the Council of the City of N.Y. (1971-72).

Consultant on paralegal education to President Draper, Manhattan Community College, C.U.N.Y. (1974-76).


Volunteer consultant/lecturer for Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA) at Columbia University to train volunteer consultants to assist elderly, low income, non-English speaking, and handicapped individuals with income tax preparation (1990-92).


Class agent in Harvard Law School Class Agent Program (1999-/2000).


See Editorships, Advisory Boards, and Committee Chairs listed at "SELECTED HONORS" above.


See activities listed at "SELECTED PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: Bar Associations (American Bar Assn., N.Y. State Bar Assn., N.Y.C. Bar Assn.) and Other Professional Organizations, American Society of Mechanical Engineers" below.


See participation in publications of  N.Y. State Bar Assn. listed at "RESEARCH & PUBLICATIONS" above.  



SELECTED PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:


Industrial Corporation:  

Attorney, Legal Dept., Allied Chemical Corp., N.Y., N.Y. (1964-67), attorney/engineer-in-training.


Law Firm:

Associate, Arthur Dry Kalish Taylor & Wood (1967-69), emphasis on contracts, corporations, securities, tax, secured transactions, UCC, litigation, antitrust, international transactions.


Associate, Valicenti Leighton Reid & Pine (1969-70), emphasis on private placements.


Counsel, Delson & Gordon, N.Y., N.Y. (1973-87), varied business law and tax matters.


Sole Practitioner, Larchmont/Harrison, N.Y. (1987-current), varied business law and tax matters.


University: 

Assistant professor (1972-79), Columbia U., teaching, research, contribution to School.


Associate professor (1980-82); Columbia U., teaching, research, contribution to School.


Professor (adjunct (1970-71, 1982-1995)), Columbia U., teaching, research, administrative activities.


Visiting professor, Stanford University (1978), teaching and research.


Visiting professor, Harvard University (1981), teaching and research.


See also, e.g., “Consulting and Lecturing” below (some further teaching at universities).


Bar Associations:

 

(1)  American Bar Association 

General practice:

Chair, Sub-Committee on Tax Aspects of Bus. Org., Committee on Taxation (Sec. of Gen. Practice, 1974-76).

Committee on Taxation (Section of General Practice, 1974-90).

Subcommittee on General Income Tax Problems, Committee on Taxation (Sec. of General Practice, 1975-76).

Vice Chair, Committee on Taxation (Section of General Practice, 1976-78, 1983-84).

Chair, Committee on Taxation (Section of General Practice, 1978-83).

Ad Hoc Committee on Section By-laws (Section of General Practice, 1985-86).

Chair, Committee on Corporation, Banking and Business Law (Section of General Practice, 1985-88).

Substantive Law Advisory Board, Compleat Lawyer (Section of General Practice, 1985-87).

Committee on Military Law (Section of General Practice, 1985-88).

Committee on Programs (Section of General Practice, 1985-89).

Liaison with Foreign Bar Associations Committee (Section of General Practice, 1986-87).

Chair, Lawyer-to-Lawyer Hotline Committee (Section of General Practice, 1986-87).

Subcomm. on New Publ. Develop. ((Publications (Compleat Lawyer) Edit. Bd.) Sec. of Gen. Prac., 1987-88).

Vice Chair, Committee on Corporation, Banking and Business Law (Section of General Practice, 1988-89).

Vice Chair, Committee on Business and Commercial Law (Section of General Practice, 1990-91).

 

Taxation:

Committee on General Income Tax Problems (Section of Taxation, 1977-78).

Subcomm. on Individual Ded. and Non-ded. Items, Comm. on Gen. Inc. Tax Prob. (Sec. of Tax., 1977-78).

Committee on Corporate Stockholder Relationships (Section of Taxation, 1978-82).

Subcommittee on Distributions, Comm. on Corp. Stockholder Rel. (Section of Taxation, 1978-79).

Subcommittee on Liquidations, Committee on Corp. Stockholder Rel. (Section of Taxation, 1979-80, 1980-81).

Annual Report Committee, editor (Section of Taxation, 1982-94).

Annual Report Committee, re Tax Exempt Financing (Section of Taxation, 1982-84).

Annual Report Committee, re Tax Accounting Problems (Section of Taxation, 1984-86).

Annual Report Committee, re Low Income Taxpayers (Section of Taxation, 1987-88).

Annual Report Committee, re Sales, Exchanges, and Basis (Section of Taxation, 1989).

Annual Report Committee, re Real Estate Tax Problems; Natural Resources (Section of Taxation, 1990).

Annual Report Committee, re Low Income Taxpayers; Regulated Public Utilities (Section of Taxation, 1991).

Annual Report Comm., re Foreign Activities of U. S. Taxpayers; Regul. Public Utilities (Sec. of Tax., 1992).

Annual Report Committee, re Foreign Activities of U. S. Taxpayers; Individual Investments & Workouts; Environmental Taxes (Section of Taxation, 1993).

Annual Report Committee, re Foreign Activities of U. S. Taxpayers (Section of Taxation, 1994).

Committee on Teaching Taxation (Section of Taxation, 1994-2000).

 

Municipal Securities:

Committee on Taxes & Revenue (Section of Urban, State, & Local Govt. Law, 1978-85).

Committee on Public Education (Section of Urban, State, & Local Govt. Law, 1978-79).

Committee on Government Liability (Section of Urban, State, & Local Govt. Law, 1981-84).

Committee on Government Operations (Section of Urban, State, & Local Govt. Law, 1990-94).

 

Other:

Committee on Technology & Court Systems (Section of Science & Technology, 1977-79).

Committee on Litigation Management & Economics (Section of Litigation, 1979-84).

Committee on Education (Section of Administrative Law, 1981-82).

Committee on Banking, Currency, Veterans Affairs (Section of Administrative Law, 1981-82).

Committee on Rulemaking (Section of Administrative Law, 1981-83).

 

(2) New York State Bar Association:

Chair, Editorial Advisory Board, New York International Law Review (International Section, 1992- ).

Committee on Publications -- Advisory Board (International Section, 1992- ).

Committee on Corporations (Tax Section, 1977- ).

Committee on Outbound Foreign Activities of U.S. Taxpayers (Tax Section, 1999 (est.) - )

Committee on Personal Income (Tax Section, 1978-84).

Committee on Adjustments for Inflation (Tax Section, 1979-80).

Committee on Laws and Practices (Insurance, Negligence, and Compensation Law Section, 1979-83).

Committee on Reorganizations (Tax Section, 1980-90).

Chair, Committee on Tax Law (General Practice Section, 1982-93).

Committee on Government Regulations (Insurance, Negligence, and Compensation Law Section, 1983-86).

Committee on Tax Accounting Problems (Tax Section, 1984-85).

Chair, Committee on Commercial Law (General Practice Section, 1985-90).

Editorial Board Member, Committee on Publications (International Law & Practice Section, 1987-96).

Co-Chair, Committee on Business Law (General Practice Section, 1988).

Vice Chair, Committee on Publications (International Law & Practice Section, 1988).

Chair, Committee on Publications (Intl. Law & Practice Section, 1988-91).

Committee on Professional Issues and Standards (General Practice Section, 1989-90).

Chair, Editorial Advisory Board, N.Y. International Law Review (Int'l. Law & Practice Section, 1992- ).

Committee of U.S. Activities of Foreign Taxpayers (Tax Section, 1995-99).

Coordinator, Study Committee, Committee on Laws and Practices (Insurance, Negligence, and Compensation Section) re bill, 1979-80 Regular Sessions, N.Y. Senate and Assembly, on patients' indemnification re medical malpractice (1980).

Coordinator, Study Committee, Committee on Laws and Practices (Insurance Negligence and Compensation Section) re various bills, 1981-82 Regular Sessions, N.Y. Senate and Assembly, on patients' indemnification re medical malpractice (1982).

Department of Governmental Relations (participation by Committee Chairs, Section Chairs, and Section/ Committee Legislative Representatives (circa 1985-1990)).


(3)  Association of the Bar of the City of N.Y. (New York City Bar):

Committee on Municipal Affairs (1983-85).

Committee on Corporations (1987-89).

 

American Society of Mechanical Engineers:

Executive Committee of Safety Division (1984).

 

Consulting and Lecturing:

Consultant (pro bono publico) to the President of the Council of the City of N.Y. (1971-72).

Consultant to AICPA re bus. law part of unif. CPA exam. given in the U.S. (1971-76) with Prof. G. P. Brady.

Lecturer at Institute of Internal Auditors re business law (1974, 1975).

Consultant (pro bono publico) on paralegal educ. to Pres. Draper, Manhattan Com. C., C.U.N.Y. (1974-76).

Consultant and lecturer in bus. law (Miller Compreh. CPA Review, Inc. (Harcourt, Brace, Jov., Inc. (1977).

Lecturer in bus. reg. seminar for senior exec. (U. of New Haven & New Haven Chamber of Commerce (1977)).

Consultant/lecturer at Manuf. Han. Trust Co. to organize and conduct seminar program in bus. law (1977).

Consultant/lecturer at Citibank to organize and conduct a seminar program on bus.law & loan doc. (1977).

Lecturer in taxation at Columbia University executive program (1982-84).

Adjunct professor at Master's Degree Program for Executives, Columbia University (1970-71).

Lecturer on taxation for E.F. Hutton training program (1983-86).

Lecturer on taxation for Prudential-Bache training program (1983-85).

Lecturer on taxation for Drexel, Burnham training program (1983-89).

 

Volunteer consultant/lecturer for Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA) at Columbia University to train volunteer consultants to assist elderly, low income, non-English speaking, and handicapped individuals with income tax preparation (1990-92).

 

Lecturer on business law and taxation for Leadership, Education, and Development Program (LEAD) at Columbia University for high school students throughout the U.S. (1992-94).


 

SERVICE TO COLUMBIA BUSINESS SCHOOL:


Master's Degree Program for Executives Committee (1973-75); prepared (with Professor Hutchinson) Committee's report to Dean (1974).

 

Prepared Business Law & Taxation Department curriculum development report (1973) recommending additional courses: (1) Regulation (in addition to present course offering (re regulation of securities, competition, & corporate management) to cover regulation of aviation, advertising, banking, communications, consumerism, corporate political contributions, interstate commerce, drugs, energy & environment, food, insurance, labelling, maritime, power, product safety, public utilities, transportation, and others), (2) International Law & Taxation, and (3) Business Planning.

 

Appointed by Business Law & Taxation Department to develop curriculum of Business Law B6150 & B6151 & Advanced Taxation B8154 (1973-74).

 

Lecturer on state & local taxation to Management Consultants (1973, 1975).

Tripartite Committee (1974-76).

Search Committee member, Business Law and Taxation Division (1974 et seq.).

Junior Division Representative (1974-75).

Legal adviser to Graduate Business Association (1975, 1976, 1977).

Secretary to Faculty (1975-77).

Division Representative (1977-78, 1979-80).


 

CORPORATE & ENGINEERING EXPERIENCE:


Allied Chemical Corp. (1965-67) attorney/engineer-in-training.

Exxon (1957-64 including military and education leaves of absence).


 

MILITARY EXPERIENCE:


U.S. Navy (1957-59 (active duty, Ensign-Lt. JG); 1959-65 (reserves, Lt.)), Supply Corps, honorable discharge; winner Narragansett Bay Golf Tournament during active duty on aircraft carrier U.S.S. Tarawa while ship docked at home port (Quonset Point, Rhode Island, U.S.A.); personal best competitive golf score of even par (73 first round, 71 second round in 36 hole tournament at Supply Corps School (Athens Country Club, Athens, Georgia)); Counsel, Special Courts Martial.

 

Redstone Arsenal (Cape Canaveral, Florida), accepted position as Research Engineer (Aeronautical Instrumentation in Army Ballistic Missile Agency (Missile Firing Laboratory at Port Canaveral, Florida) under Wernher von Braun, director of development operations division (unable to report for position by reason of U.S. Navy denial of my request to serve at the Redstone Arsenal instead of reporting to U.S. Navy Supply Corps School (Athens, Georgia) then to U.S.S. Tarawa)). For more information click "Gallery 3: Other" on Navigation Bar. For more information, click links below.


SELECTED MEMBERSHIPS:


Bar:

U.S. Supreme Court.

U.S. Court of Appeals (2nd Cir.).

Federal District Court (E. Dist. N.Y.).

Federal District Court (S. Dist. N.Y.).

 

American Bar Assn.--Current Sections: Tax; Corp.; International Law; General Practice. Past Sections: Litigation; Local Govt.; Intellectual Property; Antitrust; Banking & Bus. Law.

 

N.Y. State Bar Assn.--Current Sections: General Practice; Corp.; Tax. Past Sections, Negl. & Compens.; Municipal; Antitrust; International; Insurance.

 

Assn. of the Bar of the City of N.Y (New York City Bar).


Other:

Texas, N.Y., and Natl. Societies of Professional Engineers (EIT); American Society of Mechanical Engineers; American Assn. for the Advancement of Science; Harvard Business School Club of N.Y.C.; Harvard Law School Assn. of N.Y.C.; Mensa; The N.Y. Academy of Sciences; The (U.S.) Supreme Court Historical Society. Past memberships: Professional Engineers in Private Practice (1981 et seq.); Harvard Club (1967 et seq.); American Judicature Society (1982 et seq.); Engineers' Club (1975-1977); Texas Exes of New York (1974 et seq.); Roadrunners Club (1978 et seq.); American Business Law Assoc.(1976-1991); American Accounting Association (1975 et seq.); National Historical Society (1979 et seq.); International Platform Association (1988 et seq.).For more information on some of these organizations, click links below.


 

SELECTED LISTINGS IN BIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES:

Who's Who in America; Who's Who in Education; Who's Who in American Law.  For more details, click link below.


 

LINKS TO ADDITIONAL DETAILS FOR SELECTED LISTINGS ABOVE:

Click here for additional details on golf team listed above at SELECTED EDUCATION, Univ. of Texas.

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listed above at SELECTED EDUCATION, Univ. of Texas.

Click here for additional details on Goodfellows listed above at SELECTED EDUCATION, Univ. of Texas.

Click here for
more details on Presidential Active Lifestyle Award listed above at SEL. HONORS, Generally.

Click here for
information on the New York Intl. Law Rev. listed above at SEL. HONORS, Advisory Boards.For additional information, click here. For reference to the N.Y. Intl. Law Review as an example of a law review published by a bar association as opposed to a student organization, click here (see first sentence and footnote 1). Comment: The N.Y. Intl. Law Review is published with assistance of St. John's Univ. School of Law. Other law reviews/journals similarly published, e.g., are The International Lawyer (published by ABA Section of International Law in cooperation with SMU Dedman School of Law) and  The Tax Lawyer  published by ABA Section of International Law in collaboration with Georgetown Univ. Law Center).

Click here for more details on the Natl. Soc. of Prof. Engineers listed above at SEL. MEMBERSHIPS, Other.

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more details on N.Y. Soc. of Prof. Engineers listed above at SELECTED MEMBERSHIPS, Other.

Click here for more details on N.Y. Academy of Science listed above at SELECTED MEMBERSHIPS, Other.

Click here for more information on the Redstone Army Ballistic Missile Agency listed above at MILITARY EXPERIENCE re appointment to Mechanical Engineer; click here re civil service rating; click here re Army jurisdiction; click here re Research Engineer assignment.

Click here for more details on biog. information listed above at SELECTED BIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES.