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Stephanie Greene - Boston, MA

75 Park Plaza2nd Floor Boston, MA 02116

Updated: 05/21/2021

Boston Business Litigation Lawyer

About Stephanie Greene

Current Employment Position(s)

  • Of Counsel

Practice Areas

  • Business Litigation
  • Personal Injury

Qualifications

Other Affiliations

  • Honors Program in the Carroll School of Management (Director)
  • American Business Law Journal (Board of Editors)

Classes and Seminars

  • Carroll School of Management at Boston College, Business Law, Associate professor

Education

  • Boston College Law School, Boston, Massachusetts
  • Princeton University

Articles

Published Works

  • “Employee Threshold on Federal Antidiscrimination Statutes: A Matter of the Merits,” Kentucky Law Journal (2007) (with C. O’Brien)
  • “Who Counts? The United States Supreme Court Cites ‘Control’ as the Key to Distinguishing Employers from Employees under Federal Employment Antidiscrimination Laws” Columbia Business Law Review (2003) (with C. O’Brien)
  • “Partners and Shareholders as Covered Employees under Federal Antidiscrimination Acts” American Business Law Journal (2003) (with C. O’Brien)
  • INTERNATIONAL SALES LAW, Cambridge University Press (2005) (with L. DiMatteo, G. Maurer, and M. Pagnattaro)
  • “False Claims Act Liability for Off-Label Promotion of Pharmaceutical Products” Penn State Law Review (2005)
  • “A Prescription for Change: How the Medicare Act Revises Hatch-Waxman to Speed Market Entry of Generic Drugs” Journal of Corporation Law (2005)
  • “Sorting Out ‘Fair Use’ and ‘Likelihood of Confusion’ in Trademark Law” American Business Law Journal (2006)
  • “Protecting Well-Known Marks in China: Problems and Progress,” invited book chapter in THE GLOBAL CHALLENGE OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS, Subhash C. Jain & Robert C. Bird, eds., Elgar Press, Cheltenham UK (2008)

Office Information

Address

75 Park Plaza2nd Floor Boston, MA 02116

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