Regina M. Robson is an experienced corporate attorney focusing her practice on general corporate law, contracts, regulatory compliance and mergers and acquisitions.
Working as an assistant general counsel and divisional vice president of a Fortune 200 company for more than eighteen years, Ms. Robson has experience with a broad range of corporate and regulatory issues. She has broad experience with a variety of contractual arrangements including complex procurement agreements, employment agreements, including consulting and non-compete agreements, and licensing and distributorship arrangements. She has also represented both private and publicly traded companies in mergers and acquisitions.
Ms. Robson is an award-winning Professor at the Erivan K. Haub School of Business at St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia. She teaches classes in law and ethics to both undergraduate and graduate level students and entrepreneurs.
Villanova University School of Law, JD., Magna Cum Laude
• Order of the Coif, Case and Comment Editor, Villanova Law Review
Villanova University, B.A., Summa Cum Laude
• Honors Program Sequence, Valedictorian
Paying Daniel Webster: Critiquing the Contract Model of Advancement of Legal Fees in Criminal Proceedings, 7 Hastings Business Law Review, 275-308 (2011).
Breaking Out of the Box: An Exercise in “Extra Cubical” Thinking, 11 Journal of Academy of Business Education, 54-70 (2010).
Crime and Punishment: Rehabilitating Retribution as a Justification for Organizational Criminal Liability, 47 American Business Law Journal, 109-144 (2010).
An Entrepreneurial Strand in the Business Law Course: The Ice Cream Project, 26 Journal of Legal Studies Education, 433-456 (2010).
The Impact of the Stein Cases on the Practice of Deputizing the Corporation, 19 North East Journal of Legal Studies, 1-20 (2008).
Beyond Stakeholder Management and CSR: Does Benefit Corporation Signal a Fundamental Transformation of the Corporate Form, presented at the Society for Business Ethics, Boston Massachusetts, August 2012
Friending’ the NLRB: The Connection Between Social Media, Concerted Activities and Employer Rights, presented at the Annual Conference of North East Academy of Legal Stustis in Business, Saratoga Springs, New York, March 2012.
Paying for Daniel Webster: Legal and Ethical Consideration in Advancement of Fees in Criminal Proceedings, presented at the Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Richmond, Virginia, August 2010.
Rehabilitating Retribution as a Justification for Organizational Criminal Liability, presented at the Southern Academy of Legal Studies in Business, San Antonio, Texas, March 2009.
Constitutional Limits on the Prosecution of White Collar Crime, presented at the North East Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Galloway, New Jersey, March 2007.