Robert E. Wagner
Assistant Professor of Law
BA Loyola University Chicago Philosophy & Theater 1997 JD Cornell Law School 2000 MBA The University of Chicago Booth School of Business 2009
Areas of Expertise:
Corporations, White Collar Crime, Evidentiary Issues in Corporate Crime, Insider Trading, Criminal Law
Criminal Corporate Character, 65 Florida Law Review 1293 (2013).
Mission Impossible: A Legislative Solution for Excessive Executive Compensation, 45 Connecticut Law Review 549 (2012).
Bailouts and the Potential for Distortion of Federal Criminal Law: Industrial Espionage and Beyond, 86 Tulane Law Review 1017 (2012).
Gordon Gekko to the Rescue?: Insider Trading as a Tool to Combat Accounting Fraud, 79 University of Cincinnati Law Review 973 (2011).
A Few Good Laws: Why the Federal Criminal Law Needs a General Attempt Provision and How the Military Law Can Provide One, 78 University of Cincinnati Law Review 1043 (2010).
Too Close for Comfort: The Problem with Stationary SEC Officers, 15 Nexus: Chapman’s Journal of Law and Policy 91 (2010) (symposium edition).
Bar Admissions: California; United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces.