Professor David Rosenberg teaches in the Law Department at Baruch College and is Director of the Robert Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity. He has written extensively on the fiduciary duties of corporate directors and the evolving definition of good faith and loyalty under Delaware law. His most recent research has focused on the free speech and religious rights of the various stakeholders in a corporation. Professor Rosenberg is also a member of the consortial faculty of CUNY’s Macaulay Honors College where he teaches a course on the history of New York City.
Delaware’s ‘Expanding Duty of Loyalty’ and Illegal Conduct: A Step Towards Corporate Social Responsibility, 52 Santa Clara Law Review81 (2011).
Supplying the Adverb: The Future of Corporate Risk-Taking and the Business Judgment Rule, 9 Berkeley Business Law Journal 216 (2009)
Galactic Stupidity and the Business Judgment Rule, 32 Journal of Corporation Law 301 (2007)
Making Sense of Good Faith in Delaware Corporate Fiduciary Law: A Contractarian Approach, 29 Delaware Journal of Corporate Law 491 (2004)
The Two ‘Cycles’ of Venture Capital, 28 Journal of Corporation Law 419 (2003)
Venture Capital Limited Partnerships: A Study in Freedom of Contract, 2002 Columbia Business Law Review 363 (2002)
Racist Speech, the First Amendment, and Public Universities: Taking a Stand on Neutrality. Cornell Law Review, 76: 549, 1991.
Abraham J. Briloff Prize in Ethics, 2009
Zicklin School of Business Teaching Excellence Award, 2007
Associate Director of the Robert Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity
Zicklin Fellow in Law, 2000-02.