ORCUTT - John Orcutt

Prof. John Orcutt

Professor of Law
B.A., Univ. of Cal., Berkeley
J.D., Boalt Hall School of Law, Univ. of Cal., Berkeley

Biography

Updated: July 5, 2012

 

Books:

Patent Valuation (Wiley, 2012) (with William J. Murphy)

Shaping China's Innovation Future: University Technology Transfer in Transition (co-authored with Hong Shen) (Edward Elgar Publishing 2010).

Law Review Articles:

The Case Against Exempting Smaller Reporting Companies from Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404: Why Market-Based Solutions are Likely to Harm Ordinary Investors, 14 Fordham J. Corp & Fin. L. 325 (2009).

 

Improving the Efficiency of the Angel Finance Market: A Proposal to Expand the Intermediary Role of Finders in the Private Capital Raising Setting, 37 Ariz. St. L. J. 861 (2005)

 

Investor Skepticism v. Investor Confidence: Why the New Research Analyst Reforms Will Harm Investors, 81 Denv. U. L. Rev. 1 (2003)

 

Policy Reports:

New Hampshire in the Innovation Economy: A Plan to Increase Innovation and Technology-Based Economic Development in New Hampshire (co-authored study with Prof. Ross Gittell) (Apr. 2010).

 

Works-in-Progress:

Patent Valuation (in-progress book) (co-authored with Prof. William Murphy)

 

China: The Birth of a Modern Economic Legal System. . . and What it Means for the Rest of the World (in-progress book) (co-authored with Hong Shen)

 

Don't Fear the Reaper: Why Hostile Raiders are Needed to Save America from its Bad Corporate Managers (in-progress law review article.)