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Constance E. Bagley
Professor in the Practice of Law and Management, Yale School of Management

Cases

“Warner Bros. Embraces BitTorrent," Harvard Business School case 807-012, 2006 [15].

“BitTorrent: Copyrights in Cyberspace,” Harvard Business School case 806-169, 2006 [27].

“BitTorrent: Copyrights in Cyberspace,” Harvard Business School teaching note 806-143, 2006 [9].

“EMC Corporation: Proposed Acquisition of VMware,” Harvard Business School case 806-153, 2006 [16].

“EMC Corporation: Proposed Acquisition of VMware,” Harvard Business School teaching note 806-163, 2006 [11].

“Black Duck Software,” Harvard Business School case 806-121, 2006 [16].

“Black Duck Software,” Harvard Business School teaching note 806-145, 2006 [9].

Coauthored with Michael B. Keating, “Southern States Communications,” Harvard Business School case 806-170, 2006 [9].

Coauthored with Michael B. Keating, “Southern States Communications,” Harvard Business School teaching note 806-171, 2006 [14].

“L. Londell McMillan,” Harvard Business School case 805-084, 2004 [11].

“L. Londell McMillan,” Harvard Business School teaching note 806-144, 2006 [6].

“Sale of Hephaestus, inc. to Vulcan Ventures, Inc.,” Harvard Business School case 804-104 [58].

“Merchant Card Services, Inc. (A),” Harvard Business School case 803-042, 2002 [10].

“Merchant Card Services, Inc. (B),” Harvard Business School case 804-014, 2003 [7].

“Merchant Card Services, Inc. (C),” Harvard Business School case 804-039, 2003 [10].

“Merchant Card Services, Inc.,” Harvard Business School teaching note 806-186, 2006 [9].

“Tower Software,” Harvard Business School case 804-047, 2003 [3].

Coauthored with Claude Marlio, “Cartier v. Metro,” Harvard Business School case 803-054, 2003 [7].

Coauthored with Claude Marlio, “Silhouette v. Hartlauer,” Harvard Business School case 803-055, 2003 [6].

“X-IT and Kidde (A),” Harvard Business School case 804-005, 2002 [26]. Case featured on CBS Sunday Evening News, November 2002.

“X-IT and Kidde (B),” Harvard Business School case 804-039, 2002 [13].

“X-IT and Kidde Teaching Note,” Harvard Business School teaching note 806-185, 2006 [8].

“LAE Enterprises Corp,” Harvard Business School case 803-025, 2002 [13].

Coauthored with Michael J. Roberts, “Napster,” Harvard Business School case 801-219, 2001 [29].

Coauthored with Michael J. Roberts, “Richard Spellman (A),” Harvard Business School case 801-202, 2000 [28].

Coauthored with Michael J. Roberts, “Richard Spellman (B),” Harvard Business School case 801-203, 2000 [21].

Coauthored with Michael J. Roberts, “Priceline.com v. Microsoft (A),” Harvard Business School case 802-074, 2001 [67].

Coauthored with Michael J. Roberts, “Priceline.com v. Microsoft (B),” Harvard Business School case 802-082, 2001 [6].

“WebSaver,” Stanford Business School case BL-1 1997 [17].

“Zeus Electronics,” Stanford Business School case M-287, 1996 [36].

“Subcontinental Telecommunications Solutions,” Stanford Business School case S-IB-13, 1995 [23].

 

Conceptual and Technical Notes

“Legal Aspects of Management: Course Overview Note for Educators,” Harvard Business School note 806-178, 2006 [42].

“Legal Aspects of Management: Increasing and Capturing the Value of Knowledge Assets,” Harvard Business School module note 806-137, 2006 [14].

“Legal Aspects of Management: Anticipating and Managing Risk,” Harvard Business School module note 806-148, 2006 [16].

“Business, Law, and Society: The Systems Approach to Law and Management,” Harvard Business School note 806-086, 2006 [10].

“Winning Legally: Using the Law to Create Value, Marshal Resources, and Manage Risk,” Harvard Business School note 806-138, 2006 [24].

“Strategic Compliance Management,” Harvard Business School note 806-173, 2006 [15].

“Public Law: The Rules of the Game,” Harvard Business School note 806-172, 2006 [15].

“Formalizing Business Relationships: A Note on Contract Formation for Managers,” Harvard Business School note 804-004, 2003 [38].

“Working Effectively with Counsel,” Harvard Business School note 804-007, 2003 [17].

“The Doctrine of Stare Decisis and Lawrence v. Texas,” Harvard Business School note 804-016, 2003 [13].

Coauthored with Carliss Baldwin and John Quinn, “M&A Legal Context: Basic Framework for Corporate Governance,” Harvard Business School note 803-200, 2003 [10].

Coauthored with Carliss Baldwin and John Quinn, “M&A Legal Context: Standards Related to the Sale or Purchase of a Company,” Harvard Business School note 904-004, 2003 [10].

Coauthored with Carliss Baldwin and John Quinn, “M&A Legal Context: Hostile Takeovers,” Harvard Business School note 904-005, 2003 [7].

“Legal Aspects of Entrepreneurship: A Conceptual Framework,” Harvard Business School note 802-161, 2002 [18].

“Note on the Tax and Accounting Treatment of Restricted Stock Awards, Nonqualified Stock Options, and Incentive Stock Options and the Securities Laws Applicable Thereto,” Harvard Business School note 802-125, 2001 [7].

“Note on Application of the Antitrust Laws to the New Economy: An Analysis of United States v. Microsoft Corporation,” Harvard Business School note 802-090, 2001 [28].  

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