Professor Robert E. Wagner is an Assistant Professor of Law in the Zicklin School of Business. His scholarship focuses on the intersection of criminal and corporate law. He has written extensively about substantive criminal topics such as insider trading and bribery in a corporate setting. he has also focused on criminal procedure questions as they apply to corporations. He has written numerous articles in this area dealing with topics ranging from a corporation’s right to remain silent to how the exclusionary rule should be applied to corporations. He has presented his scholarship at conferences across the country and has been published in general and specialty law journals from internationally recognized universities including NYU, Stanford, University of Virginia and the University of Florida. Before attending the University of Chicago Booth School of Business to earn his M.B.A. he was a Judge Advocate in the U.S. Air Force for five years.
Miranda, Inc.: Corporations and the Right to Remain Silent, Virginia Law and Business Review (forthcoming 2017).
Corporate Criminal Prosecutions and the Exclusionary Rule, 68 Florida Law Review (2016).
Mortal Democracy: When Corporations Bribe, 13 NYU Journal of Law & Business 193 (2016).
Intellectual Property Infringement as Vandalism, 18 Stanford Technology Law Review 331 (2015) (with Irina D. Manta).
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