Gwen Seaquist

Lecturer, Accounting and Business Law

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Recent Presentations

NOTE: Presentations published in the conference proceedings are listed as Publications.

Barken, M. and Seaquist, G. “Sure-Fire Techniques that Work in Teaching Business Law Topics,” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Northeast Academy of Legal Studies in Business, April 2008. (LP)

Barken, M., Bramhandkar, A. and Seaquist, G. “Hotel Liability for Bed bug and Pest Infestation,” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Northeast Academy of Legal Studies in Business, April 2007. (DB)

Bramhandkar, A and Seaquist, G. “First Amendment Issues in the Classroom,” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Northeast Academy of Legal Studies in Business, April 2006. (DB)

Barken, M. and Seaquist, G. “Racial Discrimination at Private Clubs,” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Northeast Academy of Legal Studies in Business, April 2005. (DB)

Bramhandkar, A and Seaquist, G. “The Problem with Truth in Lending, ” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Northeast Academy of Legal Studies in Business, April 2005. (DB)

"Privacy Claims and Disclosure: Criminal Background Checks of Faculty," with Kelly, E., Annual Meeting of the North East Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Bolton Landing, NY, April 2005.

"Criminal Liability for Amusement Park Deaths," with Barken, M. North East Academy of Legal Studies in Business, West Point, NY, May 2004.

"Finding a Safe Harbor Under ERISA," with Bramhandkar, A., North East Academy of Legal Studies in Business, West Point, NY, May 2004.

Barken, M. and Seaquist, G. “Criminal Liability for Amusement Park Death and Injury,” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Northeast Academy of Legal Studies in Business, April 2004. (DB)

"College and University Liability for Student Suicides," with Barken, M. and Kelly, E., North East Academy of Legal Studies in Business Annual Meeting and Conference, April 2003.

"Should Amusement Parks Be Federally Regulated?" with Barken, M., North American Business Law Association Annual Meeting, Suffolk University, Boston, April 2002.

"Developing and Maintaining Undergraduate Law and Liberal Arts Programs," with Barken, M., National Consortium of Undergraduate Law and Liberal Arts Programs, Amherst College, April 2002.

"Powers of Attorney in New York State Real Estate Transactions," with Barken, M., Northeastern Business Law Association Annual Meeting and Conference, April 2002.

"Interdisciplinary Legal Studies Programs at Ithaca College," with Barken, M. National Consortium of Undergraduate Law and Liberal Arts Programs, Amherst College, April 2002.

"The Extension of 402-A of the Restatement of Torts to Places of Public Amusement," Northeast Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Bolton Landing, NY April 2000.