Paul Lansing

Paul Lansing

Professor Emeritus of Business Administration

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350 Wohlers Hall

1206 S. Sixth

Champaign, IL 61820

217-333-4240

plansing@illinois.edu

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Educational Background

  • Graduate Diploma, Stockholm University at Sweden, 1973
  • J.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1971
  • B.A., Political Science, City University of New York, 1968

Positions Held

  • Consultant, Federal Mediation & Conciliation Service, American Arbitration Association, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Illinois State Labor Relations Board, 1990-2012
  • Professor of Business Administration, University of Illinois, 1990-2012
  • Associate Professor, University of Iowa, 1982-1990
  • Assistant Professor, University of Iowa, 1979-1982
  • Assistant Professor, State University of New York, 1978-1979
  • Editor, Matthew Bender Co., 1977-1978
  • Researcher, University of South Africa, 1976-1977
  • Lawyer, Private Practice, 1973-1976

Recent Publications

  • Lansing, P., & Vohra, N. (2013). The Global Enforcement of Pharmaceutical Patents: An Ethical Dilemma. Southern Journal of Law and Ethics,.
  • Lansing, P., & Vohra, N. (2012). The Swiss Bank Secrecy Crisis. International Journal of Management, 29 (2),
  • Lansing, P., & Chandra, S. (2012). Quota Systems As A Means To Promote Women Into Corporate Boardrooms. Employee Relations Law Journal, 38 (3),

Other Publications

Article

  • Lansing, P., & Petersen, M. (2011). Shipowners and The 21st Century Somali Pirate: The Business Ethics of Ransom Payment. Journal of Business Ethics, 102 (3),
  • Lansing, P., & Boonman, P. (2011). Selecting Candidates For Expatriation: Is It Unethical For Companies To Use Gender As A Factor? Employee Relations Law Journal, 37 (2),
  • Lansing, P., & Olson, D. (2011). The (Subsidized) Business of Higher Education: An Ethical Analysis of Federal Funding in For-Profit Higher Education Mustang Journal of Accounting and Finance, 1.
  • Lansing, P., & Wright, B. (2009). Putting The Identity Back Into Identity Theft: A Call For A More Complete State Solution For Non-Financial Identity Theft Privacy & Data Security Law Journal, 4 (7),
  • Lansing, P., & Cruser, C. (2009). The Moral Responsibility of Business To Protect Homosexuals From Discrimination In The Workplace. Employee Relations Law Journal, 35 (1),
  • Lansing, P., Fricke, M., & Davis, S. (2009). The Ethics of Contingent Fees In Legal Service Business. Journal of The Legal Profession, 35.
  • Davis, S., & Lansing, P. (2008). When Two Fundamental Rights Collide At The Pharmacy: The Struggle To Balance The Consumers' Right To Access Contraception And The Pharmacist's Right Of Conscience. DePaul Journal of Health Care Law, 12 (1),
  • Lansing, P., & Devries, P. (2007). Sustainable Tourism: Ethical Alternative or Marketing Ploy? Journal of Business Ethics, 72 (1),
  • Lansing, P., & Knoedgen, S. (2007). The Causes and Consequences of the Global Inflation of CEO Salaries. International Journal of Management, 24 (1),
  • Lansing, P., & Fricke, M. (2005). Pharmaceutical Advertising to Consumers: Corporate Profits v. Public Safety. Business and Professional Ethics Journal, 24 (3),
  • Lansing, P., & Grgurich, C. (2004). The Sarbanes-Oxley Act: New Securities Disclosure Requirements in the United States. International Journal of Management, 21 (3),
  • Lansing, P., & Wellinghoff, A. (2003). Are State Anti-Takeover Laws Ethical. Business & Professional Ethics Journal, 22 (1),
  • Lansing, P., & Halter, M. (2003). Internet Advertising and Right to Privacy Issues. University of Detroit Mercy Law Review, 80 (2),
  • Lansing, P., & Hubbard, J. (2002). Online Auctions: The Need for Alternative Dispute Resolution. American Business Review, XX.
  • Lansing, P., & Casper, J. (2001). The Paycheck Anticipation Loan: The New Alternative to Consumer Banking. American Business Review, XIX (1),
  • Lansing, P., & Casper, J. (2000). The Costs and Benefits of Publicly-Funded Stadiums. International Sports Journal, 4 (1),
  • Lansing, P., & Perry, J. (1999). Should Former Government Leaders Be Subject to Prosecution After Their Term In Office? The Case of South African President P.W. Botha. California Western International Law Journal, 30 (1),
  • Lansing, P., & McElroy, W. (1998). Prospective European Merger Activity After the Maastricht Treaty Takes Effect. International Journal of Management, 15 (3),
  • Lansing, P., & Hipolito, P. (1998). Guam's Quest for Commonwealth Status. UCLA Asian Pacific American Law Journal, 5 (1),
  • Lansing, P., & King, J. (1998). South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission: The Conflict Between Individual Justice and National Healing in the Post-Apartheid Age. Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law, 15 (3),
  • Lansing, P., & Feldman, M. (1997). The Ethics of Accomodating Employees' Religious Needs in the Workplace. Labor Law Journal, 48 (6),
  • Lansing, P., & Lingareddy, S. (1997). The Enron Investment in India: A Cautionary Tale for Foreign Investors. International Journal of Management, 14 (2),
  • Lansing, P., & Bailey, J. (1997). The Farmbelt Fuehrer Consequences of Transnational Communication of Political and Racist Speech. Nebraska Law Review, 76 (3),
  • Lansing, P., & Bye, P. (1997). Japanese Strategy in the European Auto Industry: The Attractiveness of a United Kingdom Production Base. American International College Journal of Business, 9.
  • Lansing, P., & Bailey, J. (1996). Monitoring Employee Telephone Conversations Under the Amended Illinois Eavesdropping Act. Labor Law Journal, 17 (7),
  • Lansing, P., & Goldman, N. (1996). The Frequent Flyer Dilemma: Should the Employer be the Beneficiary of These Programs? Journal of Business Ethics, 15 (6),
  • Lansing, P., & Bailey, J. (1996). The Future of Punitive Damage Awards in Securities Arbitration Cases After Mastrobuono. DePaul Business Law Journal, 8.
  • Lansing, P., & Gabriella, J. (1995). A Comparative Analysis of Technology Policies in the U.S. and Japanese Pharmaceutical Industries. Journal of Asia-Pacific Business, 11 (1),
  • Lansing, P., & Loeschen, J. (1995). A Solution to the Prospective Enforcement of Prior Arbitration Awards Based Upon the Prospective Injunction Model. Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, 11 (1),
  • Lansing, P., & Reingold, R. (1994). An Ethical Analysis of Japan's Response to the Arab Boycott of Israel. Business Ethics Quarterly, 4 (3),
  • Lansing, P., & Van Buren , H. (1993). Downsizing: Is There An Ethical Dimension to a Partial Plant Closing? Labor Law Journal, 44 (11),
  • Lansing, P., & Gabriella, J. (1993). Clarifying Gray Market Gray Areas. American Business Law Journal, 31 (2),
  • Lansing, P., & Gabriella, J. (1992). A Human Resource Solution to South African Apartheid Economics. Business and the Contemporary World, 4 (4),
  • Lansing, P., & Bye, P. (1992). New Membership and the Future of the European Community. World Competition Law And Economics, 15 (3),
  • Lansing, P., & Crane, J. (1991). The Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act of 1986: A Time to Reconsider. Journal of World Trade, 25 (6),
  • Lansing, P., & Miley, N. (1991). The Right to a Jury Trial in Complex Commercial Litigation: A Comparative Law Perspective. Loyola International and Comparative Law Journal, 14 (1),
  • Lansing, P., & Roose, M. (1991). A Cultural Comparison of the United States and Japan with Implications for Labor Relations and Joint Ventures. Journal of Managerial Issues, 3 (3),
  • Lansing, P., & Rosaria, A. (1991). An Analysis of the United Nations Proposed Code of Conduct for Transnational Corporations. World Competition Law And Economics, 14 (4),
  • Lansing, P., & Burkard, K. (1991). Ethics and the Defense Procurement System. Journal of Business Ethics, 10 (5),
  • Lansing, P., & Gabriella, J. (1991). The Globalization of Japanese Pharmaceutical Companies: An Industry Evolution Analysis. Business and the Contemporary World, 3 (3),
  • Lansing, P., & Domeyer, T. (1991). Japan's Attempt at Internationalization and Its Lack of Sensitivity to Minority Issues. California Western International Law Journal, 22 (1),
  • Lansing, P., & Perdue, T. (1990). Weaning United States Business From Government Protection: The Case of Japanese Auto Imports. International Journal of Management, 7 (4),
  • Lansing, P., & Clausen, S. (1990). The Japanese Exclusion of Rice Imports: A Case of Cultural Security and Free Trade Conflict. Business and the Contemporary World, 2 (4),
  • Lansing, P., & Podhajsky, D. (1990). The Conservative Shift in U.S. Supreme Court Labor Law Decisions During the 1988-1989 Term. Labor Law Journal, 41 (2),
  • Lansing, P., & Domeyer, T. (1989). The Tatamae and Honne of Japan's Internationalization: The Japan-South Africa Relationship. Florida International Law Journal, 5 (1),
  • Lansing, P., & Lee, R. (1989). Practical Business Etiquette in Japan: An Example and Explanation. International Journal of Management, 6 (2),
  • Lansing, P., & Loeschen, J. (1989). The AIDS Dementia Complex: A New Theory of Employer Liability. Saint Louis University Law Journal, 33 (4),
  • Lansing, P., & Kuruvilla, S. (1988). Business Divestment in South Africa: In Who's Best Interest? Journal of Business Ethics, 7 (8),
  • Lansing, P., & Ready, K. (1988). Hiring Women Managers in Japan: An Alternative for Foreign Employers. California Management Review, 30 (3),
  • Lansing, P., & Kuruvilla, S. (1987). Industrial Dispute Resolution in India: In Theory and Practice. Loyola International and Comparative Law Journal, 9 (2),
  • Lansing, P., & Kuruvilla, S. (1986). Job Reservation in India. Labor Law Journal, 37 (9),
  • Lansing, P., & Rose, E. (1986). Third World Agricultural Development: A Proposal. New York University Journal of International Law and Politics, 19 (1),
  • Lansing, P. (1986). Can Japanese Management Techniques be Successfully Implemented in the United States? A Comparative Appraisal. Nanzan Review of American Studies, 8.
  • Lansing, P., & Hatfield, D. (1985). Corporate Control Through the Criminal System--An Alternative Proposal. Journal of Business Ethics, 4 (5),
  • Lansing, P., & Denbaum, L. (1985). A Setback for Democracy in Union Elections: Sadlowski v. United Steelworkers of American. Denver University Law Review, 62 (2),
  • Lansing, P., & Rose, E. (1985). The Japanese Industrial Policy Complex: An Appropriate Legal Model for the United States? Brooklyn Journal of International Law, 11 (2),
  • Lansing, P., & Schoon, C. (1984). Rule 10b-5 and the Personal Benefit Requirement: Dirks v. S.E.C William Mitchell Law Review, 11 (1),
  • Lansing, P., & Rose, E. (1984). The Granting and Suspension of the Most Favored Nation Status to Nonmarket Economy Countries: Policy and Consequences. Harvard International Law Journal, 25 (2),
  • Lansing, P., & Peters, B. (1984). Bowen v. United States Postal Service: The Duty of Fair Representation Becomes a Burden. Hofstra Labor Law Journal, 2 (1),
  • Lansing, P. (1984). The Conflict of Patient Privacy and the Freedom of Information Act. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 9 (1),
  • Lansing, P., & Palmer, L. (1984). Sumitomo Shoji v. Avagliano: Sayonara to Japanese Employment Practices in Conflict with Title VII. Saint Louis University Law Journal, 28 (1),
  • Lansing, P., & Smith, K. (1983). Jacksonville Bulk Terminals--Should Politically Motivated Work Stoppages by Enjoined Where a No Strike Clause Exists in the Collective Bargaining Ag. American Business Law Journal, 21 (3),
  • Lansing, P., & Wechsellblatt, M. (1983). Doing Business in Japan: The Importance of the Unwritten Law. The International Lawyer, 17 (4),
  • Lansing, P. (1983). The Legal Response to Child Snatching. Journal of Juvenile Law, 7.
  • Lansing, P., Carlson, C., & Sweeney, T. (1983). Law, Social Change and Child-Snatching: A Multidisciplinary Analysis of the Legal System. Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal, 14 (4),
  • Lansing, P., & Castle, R. (1983). Arbitration of Labor Grievances Brought Under Contractual and Statutory Provisions: The Supreme Court Grows Less Differential. American Business Law Journal, 21.
  • Lansing, P., & Pegnetter, R. (1983). First National Maintenance Corporation v. NLRB: Limiting the Employers Duty to Bargain Over Partial Termination of Business. The Business Law Forum, 14.
  • Lansing, P., & Schwarting, E. (1982). The Betamax Video Cassette Recorder Decision--Copyright Infringement? Mid-South Journal of Business, 2 (4),
  • Lansing, P. (1982). The Freedom to Travel: Is the Issuance of a Passport an Individual Right or a Governmental Prerogative? Denver Journal of International Law and Policy, 11 (1),
  • Lansing, P., & Alabart, J. (1982). The Reagan Administration Proposals on Immigration--The Problem of the Undocumented Alien in the United States. California Western International Law Journal, 13 (1),
  • Lansing, P., & Jaksa, D. (1982). The Antitrust Issue Involved in the Apple Computer Decision to Prohibit Mail Order Sales of its Products. Baylor Business Studies, 13 (3),
  • Lansing, P., & Sherman, G. (1982). The 'Evolution' of the Supreme Court's Political Spending Doctrine: Restricting Corporate Contributions to Ballot Measure Campaigns After Citizens Ag. Journal of Corporation Law, 8 (1),
  • Lansing, P., & Pegnetter, R. (1982). Fair Dismissal Procedures for Non-Union Employees. American Business Law Journal, 20 (1),
  • Lansing, P., & Zieser, J. (1982). The Liability of 'Street-Level' Officials: Societal Objectives, Congress and the Supreme Court. Southern University Law Review, 8 (2),
  • Lansing, P., & Hawkins, C. (1982). Business, Law and Ethics. Midwest Law Review, 2.
  • Lansing, P., & Lines, G. (1982). Condominium Development in the United States: Reasons and Effects. The Appraisal Review, 21.
  • Lansing, P., & Castle, R. (1981). Venue in the Federal Courts Under the 'Doing Business' Provision of 28 U.S.C. Section 1391(c): A Provision Subject to Reinterpretation? University of Richmond Law Review, 16 (1),
  • Lansing, P., & Williams, R. (1981). Some Proposed Changes for the American Patent System. Baylor Business Studies, 12 (3),
  • Lansing, P., & Hauserman, N. (1981). Rape on Campus: Postsecondary Institutions as a Third Party Defendants. Journal of College and University Law, 8 (2),
  • Lansing, P., & Jones, C. (1981). The Legal Issues Involved in the Termination of a Franchise Agreement. Business Law Review, 14 (1),
  • Lansing, P. (1981). The Divestment of United States Companies in South Africa and Apartheid. Nebraska Law Review, 60 (2),
  • Lansing, P., & Gillula, E. (1981). The Issue of Legal Protection for Computer Software Programs. Baylor Business Studies, 12 (1),
  • Lansing, P., & Jones, C. (1981). The Use of Private Judges as an Alternative to Courtroom Litigation. Mid-South Journal of Business, 1 (2),
  • Lansing, P. (1981). Historical Development of the American Judicial and Swedish Administrative Approaches to Juvenile Justice. The Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa, 14 (1),
  • Lansing, P. (1981). The Lack of an International Dimension to Business School Curricula. Midwest Law Review, 1.
  • Lansing, P., & Menken, E. (1980). The Internal Accounting Controls of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Louisiana Business Review, 44 (11),
  • Lansing, P. (1980). The Swedish Law of Juveniles. Juvenile and Family Court Journal,.
  • Lansing, P., & Hauserman, N. (1980). American Participation in UNCITRAL and a Comparison of Relevant Draft Provisions on Contract Formation to the Uniform Commercial Code. The North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation, 6 (1),
  • Lansing, P. (1980). First Crack in Apartheid? South African Changes in Industrial Relations Law. Comparative Labor Law, 3 (4),
  • Lansing, P. (1980). The Change in American Attitude to the Internation Unification of Sales Law Movement adn UNCITRAL. American Business Law Journal, 18 (2),
  • Lansing, P. (1980). The Writing of a Legal Treatise: Doing Business in the United States. Glendale Law Review, 4 (1),
  • Lansing, P. (1979). Are Problems of Mass Transportation Beyond the Power of Local Government Solution?--A Case in Point. Southern University Law Review, 6 (1),
  • Lansing, P., & Castle, R. (1979). The Takeover of the American Embassy in Iran: How Should International Law be Applied? The South African Yearbook of International Law, 5.
  • Lansing, P. (1979). Maintaining Investments in South Africa. The Collegiate Forum,.
  • Lansing, P. (1976). Transplantation: Power to Consent to Surgical Invasion for Benefit of Another. Codicillus, Faculty of Law, University of South Africa, XVII (2),
  • Lansing, P. (1976). Historical Review of the Legal Status of Blacks in the United States. The Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa, IX (2),

Presentation

  • Lansing, P. (1990). The Tatamae and Honne of Japan's Internationalization: The Japan-South Africa Relationship. Pacific Northwest Business Law Association.
  • Lansing, P. (1989). Doing Business in Japan: Understanding Cultural Differences. Pacific Northwest Business Law Association.
  • Lansing, P. (1988). Hiring Women Mangers in Japan: An Alternative for Foreign Employers. Midwest Business Administration Association Convention.
  • Lansing, P. (1987). A Proposal for an Intenational Approach to the Problem of World Hunger. American Business Law Association Convention.
  • Lansing, P. (1986). An american Professor on a Japanese Law Faculty. American Business Law Association Convention.
  • Lansing, P. (1985). The Need for Japan to Internationalize. Tokai Bank Foundation.
  • Lansing, P. (1985). The U.S.-Japan National Characteristics and Economic Functions. University of the Ryukyus American Sutdies Society.
  • Lansing, P. (1985). Practicing Law in the United States. Fukuoka Bar Association.
  • Lansing, P. (1985). Employment Discrimination Law in the United States. Chu-Shikoku American Studies Association.
  • Lansing, P. (1985). The State of Labor Relations in the United States. Chubu Electric Power Company.
  • Lansing, P. (1985). Using American Legal Resources in Research. University of South Africa.
  • Lansing, P. (1984). Bowen v. U.S. Postal Service-The Duty of Fair Representation Becomes a Burden. American Business Law Association Convention.
  • Lansing, P. (1984). A Setback for Democracy in Union Elections--Sadlowski v. United Steelworkers of America. Midwest Business Law Association Convention.
  • Lansing, P. (1983). Politically Motivated Work Stoppages and No Strike Clauses. American Business Law Association Convention.
  • Lansing, P. (1983). Restricting Corporate Contributions After Citizens Against Rent Control v. City of Berkeley, California. Midwest Business Law Association Convention.
  • Lansing, P. (1982). The Issuance of a Passport--Individual Right or Governemtn Prerogative? American Business Law Association Convention.
  • Lansing, P. (1982). Fair Dismissal Procedures for Non-Union Employees. Midwest Business Law Association Convention.
  • Lansing, P. (1981). The Divestment of United States Companies and Apartheid. Anglo-American Business Law Conference.
  • Lansing, P. (1981). Adding an International Dimension to Business Law Curriculums. Pacific Northwest Business Law Association.
  • Lansing, P. (1981). American State Divestment Legilation and Apartheid. Midwest Business Law Association Convention.
  • Lansing, P. (1980). A Comparison of Relevant UNCITRAL Draft Convention Provisions on Contract Formation to the Uniform Commercial Code. American Business Law Association Convention.
  • Lansing, P. (1979). Effectively Communicating American Law to the Foreign Lawyer. Anglo-American Business Law Conference.
  • Lansing, P. (1979). Law and Banking. American Institute of Banking.

Working Paper

  • Lansing, P., & Davis, S. (2013). New Reproductive Technology: The Ethical Issues Surrounding Designer Babies.

Honors and Awards

  • Fulbright Senior Chair Award, International Management, Catholic University of Portugal, 2000
  • Senior Fulbright Award to Lecture, Nagoya University and Nanzan University, 1985

Teaching Interests

Teaches courses in legal environment and ethical dilemmas in business.

Research Interests

Research focuses on the interaction of law, ethics, and culture as it applies to management decision making. Has served as a consultant to Quality Educational Development, Inc. Consults with the American Arbitration Association Panel of Arbitrators. Serves as arbitrator for the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service and the New York Stock Exchange. Serves as arbitrator and mediator for the Iowa Public Employment Relations Board and the Illinois Educational Labor Relations Board.

Current Courses

  • Ethical Dilemmas in Business (BADM 553) Examines business decision making and the role ethics plays in that process. Analysis of how managers behave and whether ethical choices are knowingly made or only realized thereafter.

Contact

350 Wohlers Hall

1206 S. Sixth

Champaign, IL 61820

217-333-4240

plansing@illinois.edu