SELECTED PUBLICATIONS (WITH LINKS)
Business/Corporate Law and Practice, M. Santucci, L. Beane, R. D'Alessandro, R. Greenberg, General Practice Monograph Series (14th rev. 2012-2013); N.Y. State Bar Assn. (expanded to Business/Corporate and Banking Law Practice, M. Santucci, L. Beane, R. D'Alessandro, R. Greenberg, T. Rice). See Business/Corporate Law and Practice at http://www.nysba.org/store/detail.aspx?id=405196 and http://www.nysba.org/store/detail.aspx?id=405196E.
Ronald David Greenberg, Part Three, Implications of Forming a Corporation, Business/Corporate and Banking Law Practice, M. Santucci, L. Beane, R. D'Alessandro, R. Greenberg, T. Rice, General Practice Monograph Series (2015-2016); N.Y. State Bar Assn. Winner of Award of Outstanding Achievement given by the Association for Continuing Legal Education. For information on this organization, see http://www.aclea.org/?organizations#northeast.
Ronald David Greenberg, Selected Readings on Securities Regulation (1974), 209 pages, private distribution for use at Columbia Business School. Click here for more information on this book (© Ronald D. Greenberg 1974). Click here for information on Catalog of Copyright Entries: Third Series Volume 28, Part I, Number 2, Section 2, Books and Pamphlets (Including Serials and Contributions to Periodicals, Current and Renewal Registrations, July—December, 1974 (ISSN 0041-7815) published by Copyright Office, the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.: 1976 as Books and Pamphlets Including Serials and Contributions to Periodicals Current Registrations (a list of domestic and foreign books, pamphlets, serials, and contributions to periodicals registered during the period covered by this issue, arranged by registration number).
Chapters in Books:
Ronald David Greenberg, Tax/Other Implications of Forming a Bus`iness Organization (chapter 3), N.Y. Lawyer's Deskbook (2d ed. 2015-2016 (26th annual rev.)); N.Y. State Bar Assn. Winner of Amer. Bar Assn. Constabar Award. See also Gallery 1a: Publications; lectures/consulting/translation on Navigation Bar.
Ronald David Greenberg, Tax Implications of Forming a Corporation (chapter 3); N.Y. Lawyer's Formbook (2d ed. 2015-2016 (26nd annual rev.)); N.Y. State Bar Assn.
Ronald David Greenberg, Business Organizations: Corporations (chapter 1) in General Practice in New York (vols. 20-25) for West's New York Practice Series (Robert L. Ostertag and Hon. James D. Benson, ed., 1998, rev. 1999 (ISBN 0-314-23141-2)) West Group (formerly West Publishing Company). See also Gallery 1b: Publishing houses on Navigation Bar.
Ronald David Greenberg, Accounting and the Law (Ch. 45) in Handbook of Accounting and Auditing, edited by Burton, Palmer, and Kay (1981) Warren, Gorham & Lamont Inc. (ISBN 0-88262-526-8, Libr.of Cong Cat. Card No. 80-53166). Click here for information on book.
Library holdings of Business/Corporate Law Practice and Business/Corporate and Banking Law Practice:
Arthur W. Diamond Law Library, Columbia Law School (http://www.worldcat.org/libraries/4865);
Gould Law Library, Touro Law Center (http://www.worldcat.org/libraries/3879);
New York State library (http://www.worldcat.org/libraries/8003);
Harvard Law School Library (http://www.worldcat.org/libraries/3744);
Drake Memorial Library (The College at Brockport, State University of New York) (http://brockport.worldcat.org/title/businesscorporate-law-and-practice/oclc/42658340);
Fordham University Law Library (http://www.worldcat.org/libraries/4857);
University of Chicago Library (https://libcat.uchicago.edu/ipac20/ipac.jsp?index=CONSRC&profile=ucpublic&term=54401815.));
Yeshiva University (http://www.worldcat.org/libraries/2077);
Supreme Court Law Library (http://www.ucsils.nycourts.gov/uhtbin/cgisirsi/?ps=RuDPfKNbaO/NY_UCS_OCA/80720006/60/76/X);
Benjamin N Cardozo School of Law (http://ben.bc.yu.edu/search/?search&searcharg=47045800);
Brooklyn Law School Library (https://catalog.brooklaw.bywatersolutions.com/cgi-bin/koha/opac-detail.pl?biblionumber=57435);
Seton Hall Law Rodino Library (1999-2012) (http://shlawlibrary.worldcat.org/title/businesscorporate-law-and-practice/oclc/47045800));
Touro Law Center, Gould Law Library, Touro Law Center (http://library.tourolaw.edu/search~S1/o47045800);
Syracuse University College of Law, H. Douglas Barclay Law Library (http://summit.syr.edu/vwebv/searchBasic?searchCode1=GKEY&search&argType1=any&searchArg1=47045800) (see also listing above);
Internal Revenue Service Library, Washington, DC 20224 United States (http://www.worldcat.org/libraries/51185);
New York State Appellate Division, Law Library, Rochester, NY 14604 United States (http://ad4.nycourts.gov/polaris/Search/default.aspx?ctx=1.1033.0.0.1);
SUNY at Buffalo, University at Buffalo (http://p8991-bison.buffalo.edu.gate.lib.buffalo.edu/F/1BDS2T4NET9ABBUV2XXQDLCIJ3YK9CGL27IJDQYSP23KY315D6-00546?func=find-b&find_code=035&request=OCoLC47045800&pds_handle=);
University of Iowa, Law Library (http://infohawk.uiowa.edu/F?func=file&file_name=find-b&local_base=uiowa)).
Tulane University Law Library Catalog (http://library.law.tulane.edu/search/?searchscope=1&search&searcharg=49515910).
Stanford University Libraries (http://searchworks.stanford.edu/?q=49515910).
Ronald David Greenberg, Quantitative Aspects of Legal Analysis, 1976 Ins. L.J. 589 (1976) [under law of damages courts award to injured party damages measured by present worth of future earnings lost, e.g., in cases re personal injury, wrongful death, property, contract, product liability, and bankruptcy; settlement out of court, versus litigation, of case]. Click here for more information on article. Click here for information on settlement out of court versus litigation.
Ronald David Greenberg, Municipal Securities: Some Basic Principles and Practices, 9 Urb. Law. 338 (1977) [state and local governments finance their operations and capital expenditures by issuing securities (borrowing) and by taxing]. Click here for more information on article. Click here for publications citing article. Click here for additional cite. Click here for publications related to article. Click here for information on municipal securities and financial crisis of 2008-2010. The Urban Lawyer is published by the ABA Section of Local Government Law in collaboration with the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law. Click here for more on the Urban Lawyer. Click here for indexing of article.
Ronald David Greenberg, Municipal Bankruptcy: Some Basic Aspects, 10 Urb. Law. 266 (1978) on Navigation Bar of http://www.ronalddavidgreenberg.com. Click here for more information on article. Click here for publications citing article. Click here for publications related to article. Click here for articles on municipal bankruptcy. The Urban Lawyer is published by the ABA Section of Local Government Law in collaboration with the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law. Click here for more on the Urban Lawyer.
Ronald David Greenberg, Summary of Significant Tax Developments in 1978, 1979 Survey of Law 61-64 (1979), American Bar Assn. (Gen. Prac. Sec.). Click here or if does not open here for information on journal. See below at Selected Journals (Cover Page).
Ronald David Greenberg, Survey of Significant Income Tax Developments in 1979, 1980 Survey of Law 47-55 (1980), American Bar Assn. (General Practice Section). Click here for Cover Page. For excerpts, click on "Gallery 1: excerpts" at "survey of law 1980" on Navigation Bar. Click here for information on journal. Click here for more information on journal. See below at Selected Journals (Cover Page).
Ronald David Greenberg, Low Interest and Interest-Free Loans: Keeping It All in the Family, 15 Docket Call 3-4, 29-32 (No. 4 Winter 1981), American Bar Assn. (General Practice Section). Click here for information on journal. Click here for history of journal/magazine in Alan E. DeWoskin, Five Decades of Service, 29 GPSolo (No. 2 Mar.-April 2012) at "The Magazine Through the Years", available at http://www.americanbar.org/publications/gp_solo/2012/march_ april/five_ decades_ service.html. Click here for GP Solo, the successor to Docket Call (in 1984 Docket Call and Law Notes were woven into a new publication, The Compleat Lawyer; in 1998 the Best of ABA Sections, Technology and Practice Guide and The Compleat Lawyer were placed under the unified masthead of GP Solo & Small Firm Lawyer; in 2000 the name of the magazine was changed to GPSolo). See below at Selected Journals (Cover Page). Available at Entity Report--JSTOR at 188 (Name Box)/0569-3160 (ISSN)/Docket Call (Previous Title)/GPSolo (Current Title)/Vols. 1-18 (1966-1983) found at Google search of “15 Docket Call 3-4, 29-32 (No. 4 Winter 1981)” (4th result, 1st page). Also available at (privately) Downloads C:\Users\monteverdi\Downloads\BINList071013.xls. See also "Gallery 1a: Publication, Lectures, Consulting, Translation" on Navigation Bar.
Ronald David Greenberg, Report on A ... Bill for a [Proposed] Medical Injury Compensation System, 10 INCL J. 100-113 (June 1981)(now Torts, Insurance & Compensation Law Section (TICL) Journal ). For more details, see "INCL Journal" in Gallery 1: publications on Navigation Bar. See also "New York Bill for Proposed Medical Injury Compensation System and Current Health Care Law" in Gallery 7: Commentary on Navigation Bar. Click here for 10 INCL Journal (June 1981) cover page, at Pic 2 Fly (http://www.pic2fly.com/Journal+Cover+Page.html).
Ronald David Greenberg, The Lawyer's Use of Quantitative Analysis in Settlement Negotiations, 38 Bus. Law. 1557 (1983) [under law of damages courts award to injured party damages measured by present worth of future earnings, rent, or other income lost, e.g., in cases re personal injury, wrongful death, real property, contract, taxation, and bankruptcy; evaluation of settlement out of court, versus trial in court]. Click here for more information on article. Click here for publications citing article. Click here for information on settlement out of court versus litigation. Click here for recognition/ranking of article among lawyer articles. Click here for more on the Business Lawyer.
Ronald David Greenberg, The Eurodollar Market: The Case for Disclosure, 71 Calif. L. Rev. 1492 (1983). To view an excerpt of article click here (JSTOR), here (HeinOnline), or here (LexisNexis®). Click here for publications citing article. Click here for publications related to article. See also "disclosure: eurodollars, *** "; in "Gallery 7: commentary" on Navigation Bar of http://www.ronalddavidgreenberg.com. For cite on translation, see "Translation" below. Click here for http://scholarship.law.berkeley.edu/cgi/ viewcontent.cgi?article=2115&context=californialawreview. For more on the California Law Review, click here.
Letter to William Safire (on misuse of "or otherwise" in his "On Language" column entitled " 'early on' and on and on" in the New York Times Magazine, April 12, 1981) published in W. Safire, I Stand Corrected: More on Language from William Safire 136-137 (1984 (Times Books)). Click here for more details on his book. Click here for more details on his book and Mr. Safire. Click here for more information on Mr. Safire generally. Click here for more details on his "Gotcha! Gang" (his "On Language" column has had its "Gotcha! Gang" (error spotters) for many years). Click here for an excerpt of letter in Google books. Click also "curriculum vitae" (at "Teaching/Examination Practices") on Navigation Bar of http://www.ronalddavidgreenberg.com. Click also "Safire letter" in "Gallery 7: commentary" and "Mr Safire letter" in "Gallery 5: unusual works" on Navigation Bar of http://www.ronalddavidgreenberg.com.
Post by Ronald David Greenberg (April 18, 2011 at 12:16 AM) at Reinstate Glass-Steagall: Roubini says yes, ECONOMIC DREAMS -- ECONOMIC NGHTMARES (last visited July 14, 2016 (May 13, 2010)), http://forestpolicy.typepad.com/economics/2010/05/reinstate-glasssteagall-roubini-says-yes.html?cid=6a00d83451b14c69e201538df06712970b#comment-6a00d83451b14c69e201538df06712970b #GlassSteagallDepositInsurance
But no deposit insurance existed then, so didn't runs on banks cause or exacerbate the problem causing them to fail?"
Post by Ronald David Greenberg| (April 21, 2011 at 02:25 AM) at Reinstate Glass-Steagall: Roubini says yes, ECONOMIC DREAMS -- ECONOMIC NGHTMARES (last visited July 14, 2016 (May 13, 2010)) (correction added), http://forestpolicy.typepad.com/economics/2010/05/reinstate-glasssteagall-roubini-says-yes.html?cid=6a00d83451b14c69e2014e87f93ae9970d#comment-6a00d83451b14c69e2014e87f93ae9970d. #GlassSteagallReinsrtated
"Thanks for the above information. These other measures mentioned above could have had a weighty effect but apparently did not for a combination of reasons mentioned above as well. I agree, in any event, with Roubini generally, and your comments to my post. A lingering question for me is that competition (with, e.g., all 'too big-fail banks' being smaller) coupled with deposit insurance might impart necessary discipline. And, further, Glass-Steagall should [be] reinstated, in a fairly strong form, with or without covered bonds usage (for all financial institutions) or securitization (for investment banks only, not depositary institutions (banks, credit unions, et al.)). You appropriated my usual thunder 'But what do I know.' Economics is not an exact science (like present-day physics (!) with its string and other exotic (?) theories). Banking is critical to the health and wealth of worldwide society. Dodd-Frank and other measures (e.g., in England) may be effective. In addition I hope that the general tone and culture found in the financial system tends to emphasize its historic (on the whole) honorable, along with its profit, dimension."
Post by Ronald David Greenberg, on DISQUS, https://disqus.com/by/ronalddavidgreenberg/ about C.W. Griffin, Was Adam Smith a Marxist?, THE HUMANIST (June 29, 2012), http://thehumanist.com/magazine/july-august-2012/commentary/was-adam-smith-a-marxist.
Post by Ronald David Greenberg, at Laura Alfaro, Dante Roscini & George Serafeim, The Future of the Greek Economy, Working Knowledge, HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL (July 2, 2015 ), http://hbswk.hbs.edu/item/the-future-of-the-greek-economy:
I agree with HBS 1961 classmate Wilbur Ross (HBS MBA 1961) that 'The country that brought us democracy may now take itself into chaos.' This outcome must be resolved -- too many considerations (financial, political, geopolitical, and others) are in issue. The EU and the euro must be stabilized in negotiations by participants taking these considerations into account. The EU is an important structure to be maintained and kept strong.
Post by Ronald David Greenberg, at Stephen Fidler, The Euro’s Failed Dream of a Wonderful Life: The euro looks like a solution that will be costlier than the problems it was meant to address, WALL ST. J. (Aug 7, 2015), http://www.wsj.com/articles/the-euros-failed-dream-of-a-wonderful-life-1438896566?cb=logged0.2255153427201927
I agree that “Once you’ve built Pottersville, it is tough to get back to Bedford Falls.”Moreover, Fidler’s quoting the late Robert Conquest “The main responsibility for the century’s disasters lies not so much in the problems as in the solutions” is perfectly on point and should be appreciated by all interested persons in the U.S. and in Europe.
Perhaps, the EU (and the euro) --eventually -- can be made more to resemble, e.g., a federal union of states like the U.S. with a common currency -- but that is an issue for another day.See, e.g., Matthew J. Gabel, The euro-zone debt crisis, European Union (EU): European organization, BRITANNICA (last updated Nov. 26, 2014), http://www.britannica.com/topic/European-Union/The-euro-zone-debt-crisis.
I thought Fidler’s analogy in his article to the classic movie classic “It’s a Wonderful Life” is an apt innovative beautiful reference in which he persuasively covers many of the current problems with the EU and euro. My suggesting an additional view was intended only to mention another issue that is consistent with (not exclusive of) and not at odds with his analysis:I want here to clarify my comment below that the European “Pottersville” was the result of not only the EU and euro but also the outgrowth of the 2008 U.S. financial crisis. Thus, the rebuilding of “Pottersville” would require, as Fidler points out, the difficult job of rebuilding the EU/euro.Likewise, a parallel rebuilding project in the U.S. would involve the reconstruction of the U.S. banking industry (European also?) along the specifications of a competitive free market.
Aug 8, 2015
The negotiating participants in the Greek debt crisis should consider Greece's securing (with collateral) its debt, effecting reforms, and, equally important, undertaking expansive economic policies (e.g., infrastructure). These coordinated actions probably would chart the best course for Greece, the Eurozone, and the EU. The IMF plan of some debt relief could be made compatible with the regimen suggested. This plan probably should include Greece’s promising to paying off in full in later years were any debt relief received in the short term (this promise also secured with collateral). This plan would protect creditors and debtor and should earn the goodwill of all involved participants in the long term. Not only would it strengthen the goodwill on all sides, it would be in keeping true to the "spirit of loyalty and mutual solidarity" enshrined in the Treaty on European Union, a spirit shared by the founders of the EU after each nation's WWII sacrifices in the conflict. See Treaty on European Union, Article J.l. 4 (1992).
Greece in my opinion is an important part of the EU and the euro. Its financial problems must be equitably resolved -- too many considerations (financial, political, geopolitical, and others) are in issue. The EU and the euro must be stabilized in negotiations by the participants taking these considerations into account. The EU is an important structure to be maintained and kept strong.
The "EU.Pottersville" in the second line of the public post does not reflect for some reason what I drafted in my post. My draft has two spaces between "EU" and "Pottersville" to show that the second sentence begins with the word "Pottersville" -- I was unable to get the editor function to add the two spaces. I add this explanation in a super abundance of caution to avoid possible confusion.
A European Pottersville, as it were, was not necessarily created by the euro or the EU.Pottersville – financial dysfunction in the EU – arguably/persuasively seems to be significantly the result of MBS investments by European investors (banks et al.) in EU, U.S., and worldwide and the ensuing financial crisis of 2008. That financial crisis – significantly– can, arguably/persuasively, be traced to, and was the result of (among other reasons), two major influences: (1) repeal of Glass-Steagall regime and the resulting lack of discipline that enhanced banks’ financial and political power (e.g., TBTF banks) and (2) absence of a competitive free market (no TBTF banks).
Aug. 7, 2015
Post by Ronald David Greenberg, The European Union, Greece, and Fiscal Federalism, LINKEDIN (Aug. 13, 2015),
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/european-union-greece-fiscal-federalism-ronald-david-greenberg. #GreeceCrisis #GreeceEU #EuropeanUnion
Post by Ronald David Greenberg, Business Law is the Soul of Business, LINKEDIN (Oct 2, 2015),
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/business-law-soul-ronald-david-greenberg. #BusinessLaw #BusinessSoul #BusinessLawSoul
Post by Ronald David Greenberg, Communication Skills: Importance; Alfred, Lord Tennyson, The Charge of the Light Brigade, October 8, 2015, https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/importance-communication-skills-ronald-david-greenberg. See The Light Brigade at Popular articles by LinkedIn members, LINKEDIN, https://www.linkedin.com/topic/company/the-light-brigade (includes this post/article among some 103 articles/posts).
#TennysonLightBrigade #CommunicationSkillsImportance #SafireLetter #LightBrigadeCharge
Post by Ronald David Greenberg, Communication: Essential to Every Enterprise, Dec. 7, 2015, https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/communication-skills-business-ronald-david-greenberg?trk=prof-post. #BusinessCommunication #BusinessSchoolWritingCourse #BusinessVerbalSkills
Post by Ronald David Greenberg, United States Supreme Court Nominees: Two Wrongs Don’t Make A Right on LINKEDIN (March 29, 2016), https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/article/nominees-united-states-supreme-court-ronald-david-greenberg/edit?trk=pulse-art-edit_btn. #SupremeCourtPartisanship #SupremeCourtNominations #SupremeCourtPolitics
Post by Ronald David Greenberg, July 10, 2016, at Maddie Crum, It’s Time To Embrace The Singular ‘They,’ A Humanistic Pronoun: “They” is bae, HUFFINGTON POST (July 7, 2016 8:28 am ET) (emphasis added), http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/singular-pronoun-they-humanist_us_577d1b21e4b0416464114fbc?section=&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Culture%20Shift%20070816&utm_content=Culture%20Shift%20070816+CID_fa219f4ff2aa0c052a02ce9dbd728eee&utm_source=Email%20marketing%20software&utm_term=Read%20more%20here. #HeShe #They #HumanisticPronoun
In the example above -- “My friend ate a bagel. They beamed with perfect joy” -- using "they" is unnecessary and, despite arguments to the contrary, misleading.
Simply recast the sentence to “My friend ate a bagel and then beamed with perfect joy” without having to use "he or she" or "it" or any other word.
Post by Ronald David Greenberg, July 11, 2016, at Kyle Peterson, How to Write Like Antonin Scalia: A lawyer and proud language snoot explains why good English matters and how Justice Scalia’s textualism makes headway on the Supreme Court, WALL ST. J. at A9 (updated July 8, 2016 6:08 p.m. ET), http://www.wsj.com/articles/how-to-write-like-antonin-scalia-1468014582. #SingularThey #GenderNeutralPronoun
Although the use of the singular “they” as gender neutral is gaining acceptance, its use would not seem to be necessary in many cases, perhaps never necessary.
For example, the above example -- “A defendant can trust their lawyer” – can be recast “Defendants can trust their lawyers” or more generally “[Xs] can [verb] their [Ys]” seems to cover most cases, perhaps all cases for that sentence’s structure. Other sentence structures would seem to be susceptible to being recast similarly to avoid the singular “they” or other plural pronouns used as singular.
One might try to conduct an experiment to see if any conceivable sentences cannot be recast in similar fashion -- in other words whether an exception to the proposed general recasting suggestion can be found.
Review of Chapters:
Ronald David Greenberg, Taxes (Chapter 7) in Investments (1978) by William F. Sharpe, acknowledgement in Preface.. Nobel laureate (economic sciences 1990). For information on Professor Sharpe, click here. For more information on Professor Sharpe click here. For information on his Investments, click here. Investments is in its 6th ed. 1999, 1995 (with Gordon J. Alexander and Jeffrey V. Bailey).
Ronald David Greenberg, Federal Securities Regulation in Shortened CPA Law Review by George C. Thompson and Gerald Peter Brady (4th ed. 1977), Wadswotrth Publishing Company, Inc. (ISBN 0-534-00496-2; Libr. of Cong. Cataloging in Publication Data), acknowledgement given in Preface.
Ronald David Greenberg, Annual Report: Tax Exempt Fin., 36 Tax Law. 1181-1193 (Important Dev. Editor, 1983) [re, e.g., industrial development bonds].
Ronald David Greenberg, Annual Report: Tax Account. Prob., 37 Tax Law. 1021-1025 (Important Dev. Editor, 1984) re, e.g., accounting methods, installment method,when income when items deductible]. Annual Report: Tax Account. Prob., 38 Tax Law. 1073-1076 (Important Dev. Editor, 1985) [re, e.g., installment sales, accounting, capital expenditure v. expense, reallocation].
Ronald David Greenberg, Annual Report: Tax Account. Problems, 39 Tax Law. 1011-1014 (Important Dev. Editor, 1986) [re, e.g., inventory, change in method of accounting].
Ronald David Greenberg, Annual Report: Foreign Activities of U. S. Taxpayers, 46 Tax Law. 1113-1126 (Important Developments Editor, 1993) [re, e.g., foreign corporations, controlled foreign corporations, domestic international sales corporations, foreign sales corporations, possessions corporations, foreign tax credits]. See Annual Report for 2000, infra, for links to outsourcing and off shoring.
Ronald David Greenberg, Annual Report: Foreign Activities of U. S. Taxpayers, 47 Tax Law. 1205-1221 (Important Developments Editor, 1994) [re, e.g., foreign corporations, controlled foreign corporations, domestic international sales corporations, foreign sales corporations, possessions corporations, foreign tax credits]. See Annual Report for 2000, infra, for links to outsourcing and off shoring.
Ronald David Greenberg, Annual Report: Foreign Activities of U. S. Taxpayers, 53 Tax Law. 1123-1130 (Important Developments Editor, 2000) [re, e.g., foreign corporations, controlled foreign corporations, income reallocation (I.R.C. § 482), foreign tax credits]. For more details on the Report, click "Tax Lawyer summer 2000" in "Gallery 3 Editorships" on Navigation Bar. For information on outsourcing generally, click here. For information on off shoring generally, click here. For details on outsourcing versus off shoring, click here.
Ronald David Greenberg, The Tax Lawyer is published by the ABA Section of Taxation in collaboration with the Georgetown University Law Center
Ronald David Greenberg, Style Manual, privately distributed (Columbia University 1991). The Manual contains excerpts from W. Strunk and E.B White, The Elements of Style (3rd ed. 1979), H.W. Fowler, A Dictionary of Modern English Usage (2d ed.1965), Wilson Follett, Modern American Usage (1966). Comment: These authorities cover alphabetically some commonly used words, such as: actually, address, amount/number, as to, basically, basis, comprise, different than, err, exact same, feel badly, fewer, grow, hopefully, incidentally, in terms of, just, listen, look, only, on the other hand, otherwise, process, really, reticent, situation, so, there, trigger, unique, verbal, well, and you know. See, e.g., more recent editions: W. Strunk and E.B. White, Elements of Style illustrated (illustrated by Maira Kalman; forward by Roger Angell (2005)) and their Elements of Style (4th ed. 2000); H.W. Fowler, Modern English Usage (3rd ed. 1996 (edited by R.W. Burchfield); and Wilson Follett, Modern American Usage (1998 (edited by ErikWensberg)). See also, e.g., Bryan A. Garner, Garner's Modern American Usage (3d ed. 2009): click here for information on the 3rd edition. For another useful book, see Bill Bryson, Bryson's Dictionary for Writers and Editors (First Anchor Books Edition (May 2009)); click here for other books by Mr. Bryson and here for more information on this author. See cover page of Manual at "style manual" in "gallery" on Navigation Bar. Click also "curriculum vitae" (at "Teaching Practices/Examinations") on Navigation Bar of http://www.ronalddavidgreenberg.com. Click also "Style Manual" at "Gallery 7: commentary" on Navigation Bar of http://www.ronalddavidgreenberg.com.
Photograph of novel method of refueling a ship at sea -- driving golf ball with nylon cord attached from flight deck of aircraft carrier to destroyer -- as a substitute for crew on carrier flight deck shooting line with a small gun over to destroyer, published in Tara Times, Vol. III, May 28, 1958, at p.1, Navy Times, Vol. 7, No. 35, June 14, 1958, at p. 1 available by clicking "Navy Times" in "Gallery 2: US Navy" on Navigation Bar of http://www.ronalddavidgreenberg.com. To view photograph (Official Photograph U. S. Navy), click "golf shot ship" in "gallery 2: US Navy" on Navigation Bar of http://www.ronalddavidgreenberg.com. To view credit requirement for Official Photograph U. S. Navy, click "photo credit" in Gallery 2 on Navigation Bar of http://www.ronalddavidgreenberg.com. For more information on refueling at sea, click here. See also Fred Thornberry, Navy Sports through the Long Glass, Our Navy, at p. 30 (July 1, 1958) available by clicking "Our Navy article" in "Gallery 2: US Navy" on Navigation Bar of http://www.ronalddavidgreenberg.com; local newspaper article on novel refueling method (June 17, 1958) available by clicking "refuel at sea" in "Gallery 2: US Navy" on Navigation Bar of http://www.ronalddavidgreenberg.com ("was a pro-am" in the last paragraph of article should read "won a pro-am" or "team tied for first in pro-am"); related article on pro-junior tournament referred to in refueling article available by clicking "pro/jr golf" in "Gallery 2: US Navy" on Navigation Bar of http://www.ronalddavidgreenberg.com. For information on Byron Nelson, a competitor in pro-junior tournament, click here. To view Byron Nelson on YouTube, click here.
Photograph at lectern in taxation class on deferred payment sales published in Hermes, Vol.6, Number 2 (Autumn 1979 (USPS 328710)), available by clicking "at lectern" in "Gallery 6: Columbia Univ" on Navigation Bar of http://www.ronalddavidgreenberg.com.
Program: The Corporate Life Cycle from Birth to Death; The Partnership Life Cycle from Birth to Death; program chairpersons, Ronald D. Greenberg, Leona Beane ((program held August 12, 1986, Sheraton Centre, N.Y, N.Y; American Bar Assn., General Practice Section, Corporation, Banking, and Business Law Committee). For program cover page, click "ABA Program (New York)" in "gallery 1: excerpts" on Navigation Bar of http://www.ronalddavidgreenberg.com.. Click here for more information on this reference.
Panel Discussion, Tax Reform Act of 1986--Highlights for the General Practitioner, Moderator, 5/23/1987 (ABA, General Practice Section, Second Annual Spring Meeting (Sheraton Boston Hotel & Towers, Boston, Mass., 5/22-23/1987)). For Program Schedule, click "ABA Program Boston" in "Gallery 1: excerpts" on Navigation Bar of http://www.ronalddavidgreenberg.com.
Listing of Business/Corporate Law and Practice, L. Beane, R. D'Alessandro, R. Greenberg, M. Santucci, General Practice Monograph Series; N.Y. State Bar Association in the H. Douglas Barclay (Syracuse University) library's collection for its Corporation Law Research Guide Click here for the listing.
The Eurodollar Market: The Case for Disclosure, 2 Matsusaka J. Pol. Sci. Econ. (1983), translated into Japanese by Hiroshi Murata. Click here for information on translation into Japanese. Click here for additional information on translation. For table of contents (cover page) of journal, click on "gallery 1: excerpts" at "translation Matsusaka Journal of Political Science and Economics" on Navigation Bar of http://www.ronalddavidgreenberg.com.
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