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Justin A. Giordano, Esq., J.D., MBA

Scholarly Publications

Justin Giordano

 

Publication Record

 

  1. Canada’s High Court Rules on Prostitution, The Suffolk Lawyer, February 2014, February 2014
  2. New York Bets on Gambling, The Suffolk Lawyer, January 2014
  3. The Minimum Wage, Unemployment, and the Youth Workforce (Ages 16-19): A Correlation and Comparative Analysis of Select Categories Including the General U.S. Labor Population for Years 2003-2012 Journal of International Business & Economics, Volume 13, Number 4, 2013
  4. Regulation and Their Impact on Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Review of Business Research, Volume 13, Number 1, 2013
  5. Politics, Economics, the Constitution and the States: NY State and MMA, The Suffolk Lawyer, December 2013
  6. It's Not What You Did but What Is Not Probed, The Suffolk Lawyer, February 2013
  7. Regulations and Their Impact on Small Business and Entrepreneurs, The Suffolk Lawyer, December 2012
  8. Justice above the Law, The Suffolk Lawyer, November 2012
  9. Playing Beyond the Rules, The Suffolk Lawyer, October 2012
  10. The Fourth Amendment: Is it Time for a New Interpretation?, The Suffolk Lawyer, July/August 2012
  11. Out with the Old and in with the New: The U.S. Constitution, The Suffolk Lawyer, May 2012
  12. Obama Signs National Authorization Act into Law, The Suffolk Lawyer, March 2012
  13. Presumed Educators Abusing Their Charges, The Suffolk Lawyer, January 2012
  14. Legislating Parity, The Suffolk Lawyer, December 2011
  15. Guitar Wars, The Suffolk Lawyer, November 2011
  16. The 11th Circuit Weights in on the Health Care Law, The Suffolk Lawyer, October 2011
  17. Public Financing of Political Campaigns, The Suffolk Lawyer, September 2011
  18. The Fourth Amendment: Time for New Interpretation?, The Suffolk Lawyer, June 2011
  19. Rule 11 and the Healthcare Law, The Suffolk Lawyer, May 2011
  20. Terrorists and Military Tribunals, The Suffolk Lawyer, March 2011
  21. Arizona's Proposition 200: Proof of Citizenship at Issue, The Suffolk Lawyer, February 2011
  22. The Healthcare Reform Bill, The Suffolk Lawyer, April 2010
  23. Campaign Spending Supreme Court Ruling: End of an Era or Beginning of a New One, The Suffolk Lawyer, March 2010
  24. Issues of Extra-Constitutional Powers, The Suffolk Lawyer, October 2010
  25. Criminalizing Terrorism-Revisited, The Suffolk Lawyer, January 2010
  26. National Security, The Suffolk Lawyer, December 2009
  27. Prosecutorial Misconduct with Far Reaching Consequences, The Suffolk Lawyer, June 2009
  28. Contact Law, Taxation and the U.S. Constitution, The Suffolk Lawyer, May 2009
  29. Private Medical Care, Canadian Style, The Suffolk Lawyer, March 2009
  30. Let the Punishment Fit the Crime, The Suffolk Lawyer, February 2009
  31. To Regulate or Deregulate, to Subsidize or Not, The Suffolk Lawyer, January 2009
  32. Legal and Illegal Manipulations in Pursuit of Fair Elections, The Suffolk Lawyer, November 2008
  33. Would Be Presidents, Economic Policy and Taxes, The Suffolk Lawyer, October 2008
  34. The Law of Supply and Demand: A Law That Defies Legislative Remedy, The Suffolk Lawyer, June 2008
  35. The Presidential Election and the Issue of Public Financing, The Suffolk Lawyer, May 2008
  36. American Law, Justice Ideals and National Self-Defense, A The Suffolk Lawyer April 2008
  37. Legislating Economic Policy, The Suffolk Lawyer, March 2008
  38. Freedom of Speech for Me but not for Thee, The Suffolk Lawyer, February 2008
  39. Voter Identity and the Limits on the Right to Vote, The Suffolk Lawyer, January 2008
  40. The Illegal Immigrants Question Takes Center Stage Again, The Suffolk Lawyer, December 2007
  41. Law or Justice?, The Suffolk Lawyer, November 2007
  42. False Accusations and International Misrepresentations, The Suffolk Lawyer, October 2007
  43. The Fairness Doctrine: Looking Before Leaping, The Suffolk Lawyer, September 2007
  44. The Second Amendment Debate is on Again, The Suffolk Lawyer, May 2007
  45. Abuse of Power in the Name of Justice, The Suffolk Lawyer, February 2007
  46. The United States Constitution, a Representative Republic and Supreme Power, The Suffolk Lawyer, January 2007
  47. Strange Justice: Conviction without Repercussions, The Suffolk Lawyer, December 2006
  48. The Capital Punishment Maze, The Suffolk Lawyer, November 2006
  49. Judges, Judicial Activism and National Security, The Suffolk Lawyer, October 2006
  50. The Debate Over No-Fault Option, The Queens Bar Bulletin, October 2006
  51. Government by Lawyers, All About Mentoring, Summer 2006
  52. National Security, the NSA and Telephone The Suffolk Lawyer Surveillance Programs, The Suffolk Lawyer, June 2006
  53. Ideology and the Supreme Court (edited by Jonathan B. Tropp, Esq., Partner Day, Berry and Howard, LLP, Stamford, Ct.), The Connecticut Bar Association Federal Practice, Spring 2006
  54. Government by Lawyers (edited by Jonathan B. Tropp, Esq., Partner Day, Berry and Howard, LLP, Stamford, Ct.), The Connecticut Bar Association Federal Practice, Spring 2006
  55. National Security and the Free Press, The Suffolk Lawyer, May 2006
  56. Law, Economics and France's Dilemma, The Suffolk Lawyer, April 2006
  57. Privacy, Criminals, and the North Country, The Queens Bar Bulletin, April 2006
  58. The Debate Over No-Fault [Divorce] Option, The Suffolk Lawyer, March 2006
  59. A Case of Sexual Predators and their Victims, The Queens Bar Bulletin, March 2006
  60. A Mixed Message on the Use of Force, The Queens Bar Bulletin, February 2006
  61. Privacy, Criminals, and the North Country, The Suffolk Lawyer, February 2006
  62. A Mixed Message on the Use of Force, The Suffolk Lawyer, January 2006
  63. Government by Lawyers, The Queens Bar Bulletin, December 2005
  64. Equal Justice Under the Law: A Case of Sexual Predators and their Victims, The Suffolk Lawyer, December 2005
  65. The Presidency, Congress and the War Powers Resolution, The Queens Bar Bulletin, November 2005
  66. Ideology and the Supreme Court, The Suffolk Lawyer, October 2005
  67. Government by Lawyers, The Suffolk Lawyer, September 2005
  68. Teaching the Adult Student: An Educational Philosophy Based on an Interdisciplinary and Individualized Approach, The International College Teaching Methods and Styles Conference, September 19-21, 2005
  69. The Pledge of Allegiance: Does Under God Still Belong?, All About Mentoring, Spring 2005
  70. The Danger of Governing by Referenda, The Suffolk Lawyer, May 2005
  71. The Law and its Role in Humanity's Evolutionary Journey, The Queens Bar Bulletin, April 2005
  72. Transcending the Spirit of the Law in the Name of Sport, The Suffolk Lawyer, March 2005
  73. Revisiting Former President Clinton's Impeachment, The Queens Bar Bulletin, March 2005
  74. The Jury System: Has it Outlived its Usefulness?, The Suffolk Lawyer, December 2004
  75. The Pledge of Allegiance: Does Under God Still Belong?, The Queens Bar Bulletin, December 2004
  76. The Jury System: Has it Outlive its Usefulness?, The Queens Bar Bulletin, November 2004
  77. The Pledge of Allegiance: Does Under God Still Belong?, The Suffolk Lawyer, November 2004
  78. The Law and its Role in Humanity's Evolutionary Journey, The Suffolk Lawyer, October 2004
  79. Hard Lessons from the Martha [Stewart] Conviction, The Suffolk Lawyer, September 2004
  80. Destination Iraq: American Principles in Baghdad, The Suffolk Lawyer, June 2004
  81. The United States Constitution's First Amendment vs. the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, North Carolina Central Law Journal, Spring 2004
  82. Learning About Our Northern Neighbors, All About Mentoring, Spring 2004
  83. Destination Iraq: American Constitutional Principles Keep Spreading To Places Where The Rule Of Law Seldom Ruled, The Queens Bar Bulletin, May 2004
  84. The Limits of Criminal Law in the Combat on Terrorism, The Queens Bar Bulletin, April 2004
  85. The Limits of Criminal Law in Combat Against Terrorism, The Suffolk Lawyer, April 2004
  86. The U.S. Constitution's International Impact, The Queens Bar Bulletin, March 2004
  87. The United States Constitution and Its International Impact, The Suffolk Lawyer, February 2004
  88. Senate Traditions vs. The US Constitution, The Queens Bar Bulletin, February 2004
  89. Senate Traditions vs. the United States Constitution, The Suffolk Lawyer, December 2003
  90. Transparency, the American Legal System and Corporate Malfeasance, All about Mentoring, Spring 2003
  91. Private Property Rights, Prosperity, and Freedom, The Suffolk Lawyer, May 2003
  92. A Complex Legal System: Unmistakable Evidence Of A Sophisticated and Advanced Society, The Queens Bar Bulletin, May 2003
  93. A Complex Legal System: Unmistakable Evidence Of A Sophisticated and Advanced Society, The Suffolk Lawyer, April 2003
  94. The Supreme Court's Rendezvous With Campaign Finance Reform, April 2003
  95. Tort Reform's Unyielding Philosophical Obstacle, The Queens Bar Bulletin, February 2003
  96. The Supreme Court's Rendezvous With Campaign Finance Reform, The Suffolk Lawyer, January 2003
  97. Tort Reform's Unyielding Philosophical Obstacle, The Suffolk Lawyer, December 2002
  98. The National ID Card Debate: Will It Be Left up to the Supreme Court to Settle the Issue?, The Queens Bar Bulletin, December 2002
  99. Popularity Vs. The Rule of Law, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, December 11, 2002
  100. Popularity Vs. The Rule of Law, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, December 4, 2002
  101. The National ID Card Debate: Will It Be Left up to the Supreme Court to Settle the Issue?, The Suffolk Lawyer November 2002
  102. Transparency, The American Legal System, and Corporate Malfeasance, The Queens Bar Bulletin, November 2002
  103. Popularity Vs. The Rule Of Law, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, November 20, 2002
  104. Popularity Vs. The Rule Of Law, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, November 13, 2002
  105. Popularity Vs. The Rule Of Law: A Cherished Principle Which Seeks To Place No Individual Above The Law, The Queens Bar Bulletin, October 2002
  106. A Shameless Legacy Endures, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, October 23, 2002
  107. A Shameless Legacy Endures, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, October 16, 2002
  108. Transparency, The American Legal System, and Corporate Malfeasance, The Suffolk Lawyer, September 2002
  109. Here We Go, In Spite Of September 11th, Metroliner, Spring 2002
  110. The Canada-Quebec Saga: Nationalism Vs. Pragmatism, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, May 5, 2002
  111. The Canada-Quebec Saga: Nationalism Vs. Pragmatism, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, May 1, 2002
  112. The Canada-Quebec Saga: Nationalism Vs. Pragmatism, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, April 24, 2002
  113. The Canada-Quebec Saga: Nationalism Vs. Pragmatism, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, April 17, 2002
  114. The Canada-Quebec Saga: Nationalism Vs. Pragmatism, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, April 3, 2002
  115. Y2K OK: A Retrospective, All about Mentoring, Fall 2001
  116. The Adult Student and The Decision To Apply To Law School, The Suffolk Lawyer, September 2001
  117. The Art Of Womanly Self-Defense: Sport, Entertainment and History, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, September 19, 2001
  118. The Art Of Womanly Self-Defense: Sports, Entertainment and History, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, September 5, 2001
  119. John McCain's Misguided and Needless Crusade, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, August 22, 2001
  120. John McCain's Misguided and Needless Crusade, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, July 18, 2001
  121. Y2K OK: A Retrospective Look, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, July 4, 2001
  122. Voter Apathy: A Demonstration of Confidence in the American System, All about Mentoring, Spring 2001
  123. The Santana High School Shooting: A Mishandled Child Abuse Case, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, May 30, 2001
  124. We Lost, But Hey, We Want it Our Way Anyway, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, May 2, 2001
  125. Made For Television Compassion, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, April 25, 2001
  126. Gore and Harvard's Presidency, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, April 4, 2001
  127. The Cult of Dependency, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, March 14, 2001
  128. The Cult of Dependency, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, March 3, 2001
  129. Is Justice Always Just?, The Suffolk Lawyer, December 2000
  130. Voter Apathy: A Demonstration of Confidence in the American Legal System, The Suffolk Lawyer, October 2000
  131. Voter Apathy: A Demonstration of Confidence in the American Legal System, The Queens Bar Bulletin, October 2000
  132. Is Justice Always Just?, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, September 30, 2000
  133. Is Justice Always Just?, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, September 13, 2000
  134. American Free Speech vs. Canadian Harm to Society: A Comparative Analysis..., Journal of the Suffolk Academy of Law, Spring 2000
  135. The Hypocritical Media is at it Again, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, May 3, 2000
  136. Time to KO Hockey Fights, New York Post, January 24, 1999
  137. The Independent Counsel Law, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, December 2, 1998
  138. Direct Marketing and its Impact on United States and Global Business, All About Mentoring, Fall 1998
  139. Why Russia Must not be Allowed to Fall, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, November 25, 1998
  140. Should Young Killers be Able to Plea Bargain?, The Suffolk Lawyer, October 1998
  141. The Know-it-all Europeans", The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, October 28, 1998
  142. The Presidency and the Economy, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, October 21, 1998
  143. A Matter of Judgment, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, October 14, 1998
  144. The U.S. and Japanese Economies: Interdependence and Competitiveness, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, October 7, 1998
  145. Lying, Perjury, and Impeachment, The Suffolk Lawyer, September 1998
  146. Lying, Perjury and Impeachment, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, September 30, 1998
  147. Lying, Perjury and Impeachment, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, September 23, 1998
  148. Lying, Perjury and Impeachment, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, September 16, 1998
  149. The Adult Student and the Decision to Apply to Law School, All about Mentoring, Spring 1998
  150. The Adult Student and the Decision to Apply to Law School, The Queens Bar Bulletin, February 1998
  151. The Nanny Case: Has Justice Been Served?, The Suffolk Lawyer, January 1998
  152. Fast Track-What's at Stake Here?, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, January 1998
  153. Law School Rankings: Do They Really Matter?, The Queens Bar Bulletin, November 1997
  154. The Line Item Veto, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, November 19, 1997
  155. The Tax Relief Act of 1997, The Suffolk Lawyer, October 1997
  156. The 1997 Tax Bill: What's in it and who are its Principal Beneficiaries?, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, October 1, 1997
  157. The Italian-American Heritage, Italy/Italia Magazine, August 1996
  158. The Federal Budget, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, July 19, 1995
  159. Affirmative Action: Where Do We Go from Here?, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, July 5, 1995
  160. The First 100 Days of the "104th Congress, The Canadian Citizen/Cittadino Canadese, April 19, 1995
Justin Giordano

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