Paralegal Studies chair co-authors groundbreaking article on business ethics among sports, celebrity talent
March 15, 2011
The Cardozo School of Law’s Arts & Entertainment Law Journal (AELJ) has published a groundbreaking article, co-authored by Paralegal Studies program chair Porcher Taylor III, titled “The Reverse-Morals Clause: The Unique Way to Save Talent’s Reputation and Money in a New Era of Corporate Crimes and Scandals.”
The article is written by Taylor and Fernando M. Pinguelo, trial lawyer, and Timothy D. Cedrone, judicial law clerk in the New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division.
Taylor's article appears in the first issue of the journal’s 28th volume.
This article led to Taylor being the architect and co-chair of the AELJ Spring Symposium, “The Tiger Woods Effect: The Uncertain and Turbulent Future of Endorsement Deals, Morals Clauses, and Reverse-Morals Clauses.” The symposium was held March 4, 2010, at Cardozo School of Law in New York City.
The article serves to address the lack of scholarship in the nascent and, as Taylor, Pinguelo and Cedrone argue, vitally important area of reverse-morals clauses in law reviews or law journals.
Read the full text of the article online at www.cardozoaelj.net.