Margotta, D. “Conflicting Theories in Finance and Law,” The Global Business & Finance Research Conference, London, (July 12, 2013).
Margotta, D. “Management Responses to Current Stock Prices,” The Global Business & Finance Research Conference, London, (July 6, 2012).
Margotta, D. “Market Integrity, Market Efficiency, Market Accuracy, The Global Business & Finance Research Conference, London, (July 15, 2011).
Margotta, Donald (Presenter & Author), The Global Business & Finance Research Conference, "Adolf Berle and Revolution in the Modern Corporation,” The Global Business & Finance Research institute, London, UK. (July 16, 2010).
Margotta, D. (Presenter & Author), The Global Business & Finance Research Conference, "New Conflicts of Interest in the Modern Corporation,” The Global Business & Finance Research Institute, London, England. (July 10, 2009).
Industry and Academic Experience
Professor Margotta served as an instructor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill before joining the CBA faculty in 1983. He was previously employed as corporate manager of marketing with Huyck Corporation, business manager for paper markets with Mallinckrodt, Inc., and product development supervisor with National Starch and Chemical Corporation.
Professor Margotta is a member of the American Finance Association. He has served as a member of the Commission to Review Massachusetts Takeover Laws and as a consultant to several Fortune 500 companies on issues pertaining to corporate governance. He has also served as an expert witness in more than 15 cases in defense of state takeover laws, poison pills, and in 10-b 5 cases involving "fraud on the market."
Margotta, D. (2011). Vulcan Materials 'poison pil' could deter takeover (vol. Dec. 14, 2011). Birmingham Business Journal (Margotta cited as one of the nation's top experts in unsolicited bids).
Professor Margotta has been cited in many news outlets, including the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, National Public Radio, The Baltimore Sun, and The Boston Globe.
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