VALDOSTA STATE UNIVERSITY

                      HARLEY LANGDALE, JR.

               COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

                       RESEARCH PORTFOLIO

 

 

Date:  October 2007

 

PERSONAL

 

Name:  S. ANDREW OSTAPSKI

 

Professor of Management (2002); Associate Professor (1993); tenured

(1998)

 

Homepage:  http://www.valdosta.edu/~sostapsk/

 

Office Phone:  (229) 249-2622

 

E-mail:  sostapsk@valdosta.edu

 

Member of VSU Graduate Faculty

 

Former Member of WebMBA Faculty at Georgia Southern University and

other consortium members.

 

Graduate Thesis and Undergraduate Research Advising:

 

     Justin D. Nicols and Jeff Queen, "Development          2000

     of the Game 'Brickell Avenue' Using Visual Basic,"

     Valdosta State University Arts and Sciences Under-

     graduate Research Symposium.

 

     Camille N. Isaacs, "Resolving Ethical Dilemmas         1991

     in Foreign Direct Investments in Developing

     Countries," M.B.A. thesis.

 

Editorial responsibilities:

 

     Reviewer, Bohlman & Dundas, The Legal,               2000

     Ethical, and International Environment

     of Business, West Publishing Company, 2002

 

     Editorial Board Member, B>Quest               2000 - Present

 

     Advisory Director, Ethics & Critical          1994 - 1998

     Thinking Journal, Texas

 

     Reviewer, Journal of Business Ethics,         1992 - Present

     Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht,

     Holland

 

     Reviewer, Schaffer, Earle, and Agusti,        1991 - 1992

     International Business Law and Its

     Environment, West Publishing Company, 1990

 

Honors and Awards:

 

     Valdosta State University                         2006

     Langdale College of Business Administration

     Quality Research Award

 

     Beta Gamma Sigma                                  2005

 

     Valdosta State University                         2004

     Langdale College of Business Administration

     Quality Research Award

 

     Valdosta State University                         2002

     Langdale College of Business Administration

     Quality Research Award

 

     Valdosta State University                         2001

     Langdale College of Business Administration

     Quality Research Award

 

     Valdosta State University                         1999

     College of Business Administration

     Quality Research Award

 

     Valdosta State University                         1997

     College of Business Administration

     Quality Research Award

 

     Valdosta State University                         1996

     College of Business Administration

     Quality Research Award

 

     Valdosta State University                         1995

     College of Business Administration

     Quality Research Award

 

     Valdosta State University                         1994

     College of Business Administration

     Quality Research Award

 

     Valdosta State University                         1993

     School of Business Administration

     Quality Research Award

 

 

             CHRONOLOGICAL LISTING OF PUBLICATIONS:

 

 

     Larry D. Hilgert, Susan B. Johnson & S. Andrew Ostapski,

Introductory Psychology:  The Puzzle Game, (Thomson, Mason, Ohio,

2008).

 

Abstract:  Text provides game instructions and topical crossword

puzzles as a review for key concepts.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski et al., 2007 Valdosta's Passport for

International Business & Dining, (Valdosta State University,

Valdosta, Georgia, 2007).

 

Abstract:  The purpose of this guide is to make Valdosta aware of

its international connections in a highly competitive world where

businesses must compete on a global basis.

 

 

     Raymond J. Elson, Sanjay Gupta, Leisa Marshall & S. Andrew

Ostapski, The Puzzle Game for Financial & Managerial Accounting,

(Houghton Mifflin, Boston, MA, 2007).

 

Abstract:  Text provides game instructions and topical crossword

puzzles as a review for key concepts.

 

 

     Sanjay Gupta, Raymond Elson, & S. Andrew Ostapski, The Puzzle

Game:  A Novel Approach to Teaching Accounting, 27 Accounting

Instructors' Rpt. 1 (2006).

 

Abstract:  Previous research has found that the use of non-

traditional teaching aids is beneficial in terms of students'

perceptions of learning, exam performance, and the learning

process.  The objective of this research is to determine if the use

of non-traditional teaching aids, specifically crossword puzzles,

in an introductory accounting course, increases student interest in

the subject matter and, therefore, enhances learning.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Listed in Cabell's Directory of Publishing.

 

          -  Acceptance rate:  21-30%.

 

 

     Edward D. Walker II & S. Andrew Ostapski, Operations

Management The Puzzle Game, (Kendall/Hunt, Dubuque, Iowa, 2006).

 

Abstract:  Text provides game instructions and topical crossword

puzzles as a review for key concepts.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, 2006-2007 Guide to International Business

Transactions, (Valdosta State University, Valdosta, Georgia, 2006).

 

Abstract:  This revised guide is an important reference tool for

small to medium sized businesses or individuals who are interested

in participating in the international marketplace.  The prudent

business person must find as much information as possible to reduce

the risk of business failure.  Consulting the resources contained

in this reference work would be the logical first step.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Royalties are used to fund a scholarship in

International Business at the Langdale College of Business.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski et al., Valdosta's Passport for

International Business & Dining, (Valdosta State University,

Valdosta, Georgia, 2006).

 

Abstract:  The purpose of this guide is to make Valdosta aware of

its international connections in a highly competitive world where

businesses must compete on a global basis.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, 2005-2006 Guide to International Business

Transactions, (McGraw-Hill Companies, New York, N.Y., 2006).

 

Abstract:  This guide is an important reference tool for small to

medium sized businesses or individuals who are interested in

participating in the international marketplace.  The prudent

business person must find as much information as possible to reduce

the risk of business failure.  Consulting the resources contained

in this reference work would be the logical first step.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Royalties are used to fund a scholarship in

International Business at the Langdale College of Business.

 

 

     Sanjay Gupta & S. Andrew Ostapski, Using Cooperative Learning

Structures to Enhance Pedagogical Effectiveness in Accounting, 8

Acad. of Educational Leadership J. 73 (2004).

 

Abstract:  The business environment of corporate America is

changing rapidly and has necessitated a change in accounting

education to keep pace with the needs of the business world.  The

purpose of this study is to discuss the proposed changes in

accounting education, provide an overview of the use of teams in

the workplace, introduce THE GAME, a structured and collaborative

exercise designed to increase student participation in the learning

process, and develop some short activities that students work on

collaboratively.  These exercises contribute to active learning,

critical thinking, problem solving, and interpersonal skills, which

are attributes critical for success in the accounting profession.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Listed in Cabell's Directory of Publishing.

 

          -  Acceptance rate:  21-30%.

 

          -  Double blind peer refereed.

 

          -  Received request, dated 29 August 2006, for article

from Angela Mehaffey, ILL Administrative Supervisor, Ingram

Library, University of West Georgia.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, The Legal Environment of Business: The

Puzzle Game, Instructor's Edition, (McGraw-Hill/Irwin, New York,

N.Y., 2004).

 

Abstract:  Text provides instructional guidance and answers to

crossword puzzles as a review for key concepts.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          - supplement to leading McGraw-Hill/Irwin Business Law

text.

 

          - congratulated by Peter Shedd, textbook co-author, for

enhancing the learning experience of students.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, The Legal Environment of Business: The

Puzzle Game, Student Edition, (McGraw-Hill/Irwin, New York, N.Y.,

2004).

 

Abstract:  Text provides game instructions and topical crossword

puzzles as a review for key concepts.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          - supplement to leading McGraw-Hill/Irwin Business Law

text.

 

          - congratulated by Peter Shedd, textbook co-author, for

enhancing the learning experience of students.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Law for Business The Puzzle Game,

Instructor's Edition, (McGraw-Hill/Irwin, New York, N.Y., 2003).

 

Abstract:  Text provides instructional guidance and answers to

crossword puzzles as a review for key concepts.

 

Quality attribute:

 

          - supplement to leading McGraw-Hill/Irwin Business Law

text.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Law for Business The Puzzle Game, Student

Edition, (McGraw-Hill/Irwin, New York, N.Y., 2003).

 

Abstract:  Text provides game instructions and topical crossword

puzzles as a review for key concepts.

 

Quality attribute:

 

          - supplement to leading McGraw-Hill/Irwin Business Law

text.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Crossword Puzzles for Barnes' et al. Law

for Business, 2002, at (http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/

0072488263/student_view0/chapter_outline.html).

 

Abstract:  Each text chapter features a ten clue crossword puzzle

as a review for key concepts.

 

Quality attribute:

 

          - supplement to leading McGraw-Hill/Irwin Business Law

text.

 

 

     Mel E. Schnake & S. Andrew Ostapski, A Serendipitous Active

Learning Experiment in Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining,

3 J. of Acad. of Bus. Ed. 18 (2002).

 

Abstract:  One month into a Labor Relations and Collective

Bargaining course, a tongue-in-check request by a student to

negotiate for a curve on the first examination led to a worthwhile

active learning experience.  Students created a negotiations team

and negotiated with the instructor for a new "collective bargaining

agreement," which replaced the course syllabus.  The negotiations

provided the students an opportunity to experience negotiations

which had the potential to actually affect them personally, as well

as an opportunity to experience many aspects of "real world"

negotiations.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Listed in Cabell's Directory of Publishing.

 

          -  Acceptance rate:  11-20%.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Business Law Crossword Puzzles, (Prentice

Hall, Saddle-Brook, N.J., 2001).

 

Abstract:  Students engage in an activity that focuses on personal

ethics, individual participation, and improved learning of major

topical concepts in a Businesss Law course.  Puzzles serve as pre-

tests.  Actual test scores generally improve because of this

methodology.

 

Quality attribute:

 

          -  supplements all Prentice Hall's Business Law texts.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski & Claude R. Superville, Reflection Before

Action: The Statistical Consultant Confronts Ethical Issues,

B>Quest, 2001, at (http://www.westga.edu/~bquest/2001/consultant.

htm).

 

Abstract:  The article explores ethical issues faced by statis-

ticians pertaining to their use and ownership of data, the search

for significance in data that may be environmentally induced, their

conduct as members of a profession and the scientific community,

and their roles in consultant-client relationships.  Without

reflecting before taking action, statisticians'interpretations of

data may not be defensible if they are later challenged on ethical

grounds.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  B>Quest has set the national standard as one of the

first on-line Business and Economics Journals. 

 

          -  Sponsored by the University of West Georgia Richards

College of Business.

 

          -  Listed in Cabell's Directory of Publishing.

 

          -  Acceptance rate:  50%.

 

 

     Don Seat & S. Andrew Ostapski, Family Tax Considerations for

Close Corporations, State-to-State, Winter 2001, at 14.

 

Abstract:  Close corporations are excellent vehicles for family

business activity.  Boiler-plate articles of incorporation and by-

laws should be carefully tailored, within the parameters set by

state law, to meet the business needs as well as to maximize the

tax advantages for the family business.  By working together, the

general legal practitioner and C.P.A. can maximize the desired

results.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Publication of The Florida Bar.

 

          -  Devoted to multi-jurisdictional legal issues.

 

          -  Editorially reviewed and peer reviewed for matters 

concerning relevancy, content, accuracy and style.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Business Law: THE GAME, Instructor's

Gamebook, (West, Cincinnati, 2001).

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Business Law: THE GAME, Student Gamebook,

(West, Cincinnati, 2001).

 

Abstract:  Students develop a heightened focus on topics in a

Business Law course through teamwork, self directed research into

legal issues, detailed written records, team competition, interper-

sonal skills & evaluation of other team members.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Dr. Roger Miller, author of West's Business Law, the

most used and respected Business Law text in the nation, commented,

"I'm impressed" by your "wonderful teaching materials."

 

          -  supplement to the following texts:

 

          (1)  Clarkson et al., West's Business Law, 8th ed.

 

          (2)  Jentz et al., West's Business Law, Alternate

Edition, 8th ed.

 

          (3)  Beatty et al, Business Law for a New Century, 2d ed.

 

          (4)  Beatty et al, Business Law and the Legal Environment

for a New Century, Alternate Edition.

 

          (5)  Twomey et al., Anderson's Business Law and the

Regulatory Environment:  Principles and Cases, 14th ed.

 

          (6)  Twomey et al., Anderson's Business Law and the Legal

Environment, Comprehensive Volume, 18th ed.

 

          (7)  Davidson et al., Business Law:  Principles and Cases

in the Legal Environment, 7th ed.

 

          (8)  Miller & Hollowell, Business Law:  Text and

Exercises, 3rd ed.

 

          (9)  Miller & Jentz, Fundamentals of Business Law, 5th

ed.

 

          (10) Mann & Roberts, Business Law and the Regulation of

Business, 7th ed.

 

          (11) Mann & Roberts, Essentials of Business Law and the

Legal Environment, 7th ed.

 

          (12) Ashcroft & Ashcroft, Law for Business, 14th ed.

 

          (13) Fisher & Phillips, The Legal, Ethical & Regulatory

Environment of Business, 7th ed.

 

          (14) Cross & Miller, West's Legal Environment of

Business, 4th ed.

 

          (15) Miller & Cross, The Legal and E-Commerce Environment

Today, 3rd ed.

 

          (16) Bohlman & Dundas, The Legal, Ethical, and

International Environment of Business, 5th ed.

 

          (17) Bagley, Managers and the Legal Environment:

Strategies for the 21st Century, 4th ed.

 

          (18) Twomey, Labor and Employment Law, 11th ed.

 

          -  adopted for Business Law class, Spring 2003, at Davis

College, Toledo, Ohio.

 

          -  adopted for Business 18 (Business Law), Spring 2003,

at Monterey Peninsula College, Monterey, CA.

 

          -  adopted for ACC155/MKT103 (Business Law), Fall 2002,

at Western Central Technical College, Waco, GA.

 

 

     Peter Bergevin, Karin Roland & S. Andrew Ostapski, MAB     

Bankshares, Inc. Targets Southern Federal Savings Bank of  

Bridgeton:  A Regional Bank Acquisition Case Study, B>Quest,    

2000, at (http://www.westga.edu/~bquest/2000/shares.html).

 

Abstract:  The objectives of this case are to (1) provide insights

about the heightened level of merger and acquisition activity

taking place in the banking industry, (2) explore the factors

affecting the market value of an entity when its stock is not

publicly traded, (3) address the potential of earnings dilution in

bank acquisitions, (4) determine which financial reporting method

is appropriate to use in the acquisition of an entity, and (5)

consider the behavioral consequences for a community bank when it

engages in acquisition activities.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  B>Quest has set the national standard as one of the

first on-line Business and Economics Journals. 

 

          -  Sponsored by the University of West Georgia Richards

College of Business.

 

          -  Listed in Cabell's Directory of Publishing.

 

          -  Acceptance rate:  21 - 30%.

 

          -  Received a request, dated April 2006, to reprint

article in a reference book, Bank Mergers: The Global Scenario,

published by the Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of

India.

          -  Received a request, dated 26 October 2007, for

research assistance from Kenneth W. Adams, CPA, Chief

Administrative Officer, Mountain Commerce Bank, Knoxville,

Tennessee.

 

          -  Received a request, dated 26 March 2006, for research

assistance from Kinfu Wong, School of Economics and Management,

Tsinghua University in China.

 

          -  Received a request, dated 8 November 2004, for

research assistance from Raja Aboumelhem at a Lebanese university.

 

          -  Comments from e-mail, dated September 2004, from Henry

D. Danziger, Member of the Board & Commercial Director of Czech

Precision Forge a.s., which state:  "My family found your case

study most interesting and pertinent."

 

          -  Received a request, dated 26 September 2000, from

Seongyeon Lim, who is teaching an undergraduate level corporate

finance class at Ohio State University, to use the case study as a

team project.

 

 

     John E. Oliver, Sarah B. Ellerbee & S. Andrew Ostapski, The

Sexual Harassment Survey:  Exploring Gender Differences, The 2000

Annual, Volume 1, at 135 (Elaine Biech ed., Jossey-Bass/Pfeiffer

Inc. 2000).

 

Abstract:  Much confusion exists in organizations about what

constitutes sexual harassment.  The legal definition evolves with

every case that is decided by the U.S. Supreme Court.  Many

organizations either overreact or underreact to reports of sexual

harassment.  Individuals wonder whether they are behaving properly.

Recent research indicates that males and females view sexual

harassment in very different ways.  The Sexual Harassment Survey

(SHS) explores the different perceptions of men and women in order

to educate both about their differences and their responsibilities

under the law.  The SHS is designed to be administered in group

learning situations.  After completing the survey, individuals

score their results, and group participants discuss their feelings,

strengthen their knowledge of the law, and learn appropriate

behaviors.  Some research findings and case law developments are

offered so that participants can compare their perceptions to other

groups and to the latest legal interpretations.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Annual in the field of human resource development, 

published, domestically and internationally, by Pfeiffer, a unit of

Simon & Schuster.

 

          -  A resource for thousands of trainers, consultants, 

facilitators, and managers.  Published for more than twenty-six

years.  All of the volumes remain in print.

 

          -  Hundreds of submissions are editorially reviewed each

year and only the best are chosen for publication.

 

 

     S. A. Ostapski & Don Seat, Shareholders' Preemptive Rights: An

Inconsistent Jurisdictional Approach, State-to-State, Fall 1999, at

11.

 

Abstract:  Multi-jurisdictional legal practice can be the source of

much satisfaction or a trap for the unwary.  States' public policy

can vary widely in the protection of a shareholder's percentage of

ownership.  Ultimately, shareholders are best protected if

preemptive rights are explicitly included within the articles of

incorporation.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Publication of The Florida Bar.

 

          -  Devoted to multi-jurisdictional legal issues.

 

          -  Editorially reviewed and peer reviewed for matters 

concerning relevancy, content, accuracy and style.

 

          -  Intense focus on aspect of closed corporation law in

Florida, Georgia, Minnesota, Ohio, and the Model Business

Corporation Act.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski & Peter M. Bergevin, The Internet: 

Critical Thinking and Ethical Restraints, Ethics & Critical     

Thinking J., Jun. 1997, Sect. 4, at 1.

 

Abstract:  Boundless communication is both the ultimate gift and

the ultimate curse that the Internet offers.  The electronic

disseminator of global information cannot only unlock the Library

of Congress but also satisfy humankind's most prurient interests.

When technological means are created and if legislation is enacted,

regulation of this medium may stifle creativity.  This paper argues

that Internet freedom should be protected as it evolves to protect

its utilitarian features.  Education, not regulation, of the

information seekers and information providers offers the best long-

term solution for responsible usage of this revolutionary method of

communication.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Listed in Cabell's Directory of Publishing.

 

          -  Blind review.

 

          -  Acceptance rate:  80%.

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, L. Wayne Plumly & J. L. Love, The Ethical

and Economic Implications of Smoking in Enclosed Public Facili-

ties:  A Resolution of Conflicting Rights, 16 J. Bus. Ethics 377

(1997).

 

Abstract:  Smokers and nonsmokers possess equal rights but those

rights conflict with each other in the use of shared facilities.

Medical research has established that smoking harms not only those

who use the product but also those who are passively exposed to it.

Laws and private regulation of smoking in shared facilities have

resulted in the segregation of smokers from nonsmokers to an

outright ban of tobacco use.  Such controls have provided

unsatisfactory results to both groups.  An acceptable ethical

solution, based on reduction of harm and compensation, can be

derived by applying Moral Audit principles, supported by economic

analysis, which does not unduly curtail the rights of both parties

as to the use of tobacco products.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Internationally renown Business Ethics publication.

 

          -  Sponsored by Kluwer Academic Publishers.

 

          -  Listed in Cabell's Directory of Publishing.

 

          -  Acceptance rate:  21 - 30%.

 

          -  Recipient of ANBAR Citation of Highest Quality Rating.

 

               -  ANBAR Management Intelligence is the world's  

leading guide to management journal literature.

 

          -  Listed by rightsmoke.org, a human rights oriented

resource for tobacco control advocates, at http://www.rightsmoke.

org/readings.htm. 

 

          -  Listed by Professor Dr. Dr. h.c. Hans Koechler as

additional reading for his seminar during winter semester 2007-2008

at the Institute for Philosophy of the University of Innsbruck,

Innsbruck, Austria at  http://64.233.179.104/translate_c?hl=en&sl

=de&u=http://www.hanskoechler.com/koechler...

 

          -  Received undated request for reprint from Dr. Verne H.

McClurg, Head, Department of Justice and Public Safety, Auburn

University at Montgomery.

 

          -  Received undated request for reprint from Dr. Kathleen

A. O'Connell, RN, Ph.D., School of Nursing, University of Kansas

Medical Center, Kansas City, Missouri.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski & Diamela del Castillo, Does Prayer Have a

Place at Public College and University Official Functions?, 5 J. of

Leg. Studies in Bus. 155 (1996).

 

Abstract:  The issue of prayer in the educational system has gained

prominence as the public mourns the perceived decline of society's

moral fiber.  Traditionally, the aim of education has been to

prepare students for their future roles in shaping society.  The

limited inclusion of prayer may have surfaced as a means to give

students exposure to moral values at institutions of learning,

which lack specific moral direction.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Triple blind review.

 

          -  Listed in Cabell's Directory of Publishing.

 

          -  Acceptance rate:  35%.

 

          -  Article described as "thoughtfully and cogently     

expressed" by Dr. O. Lee Reed, Professor of Legal  Studies at the

University of Georgia, former Editor-in-Chief of the American

Business Law Journal, and former President of the Academy of Legal

Studies in Business.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Environmental Law in Interdisciplinary 

Approach to the Environmental Movement, at 9, (Thomas J. Manning

ed., Valdosta State University, Valdosta, Georgia Mar. 1996).

 

Abstract:  Environmental law concerns itself with pollution control

and the regulation of human conduct as it impacts the existence of

life forms, the physical world, and nature in general.  Treaties

among nations, constitutions, local and federal statutes, judicial

decisions, and administrative agency rulings are all sources of

environmental law.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Interdisciplinary course material developed for    

Valdosta State University's Honor Program.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, John Oliver & Gaston T. Gonzalez, The  

Legal and Ethical Components of Executive Decision-making:  A   

Course for Business Managers, 15 J. Bus. Ethics 489, 571 (1996).

 

Abstract:  The debate on whether and how to teach business ethics

in graduate business programs continues.  The authors of this

article suggest specific content and processes for a course aimed

at giving MBA candidates the awareness, tools and mental processes

necessary to recognize and address ethical issues in decision

making.  The inclusion of labor law, discrimination issues,

consumer protection legislation, securities laws, and an overview

of the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights coupled with the

development of utilitarian, deontological, and egalitarian analysis

of ethical issues provides the tools and processes necessary for

ethical decision making.  These tools and processes are applied in

several class experiences using cases, moral audits, and the

development of a code of ethics to help students acquire the

knowledge, skills, and values needed in ethical decision making.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Internationally renown Business Ethics publication.

 

          -  Sponsored by Kluwer Academic Publishers.

 

          -  Listed in Cabell's Directory of Publishing.

 

          -  Acceptance rate:  21 - 30%.

 

          -  Cited by Marc Lampe in "A New Paradigm for the

Teaching of Business Law and Legal Environment Classes," 23 J. of

Legal Studies Ed. 1, 15 (2006).

 

          -  Cited in "Beyond Grey Pinstripes," a joint report of

the World Resources Institute and the Initiative for Social

Innovation through Business, a program of the Aspen Institute.

Described as a pioneering article dedicated to educating future

managers concerning complex social issues and fragile environmental

resources at http://www.wri.org/bschools/index.htm.

 

          -  Listed by the renown Ethics Resource Center under  

the category, "Ethics as a Leadership Issue," at http://www.

ethics.org/bio4.html.

 

          -  Listed by Professor Ellsworth Johnson as additional

reading for his course, Ethics and Decision Making, at the

University of La Verne, La Verne, California at  wysiwyg://

38/http://www.ulv.edu.

 

          -  Received request, dated 29 June 1998, for information

from Jane Keep, (Fellow, HSMC, University of Birmingham & National

HR Policy Adviser, NHS Confederation, London), The University of

Birmingham, Birmingham, United Kingdom.

 

          -  Received undated request for reprint from Martine  

Ackermans, Bibliotheque medicale, C.H.U. de Charleroi, Marchienne

au Pont, Belgium.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, L. Wayne Plumly & J. L. Love, Smoking  

Regulation in Shared Facilities:  An Ethical and Economic Analysis

of the Georgia Dome, Ethics & Critical Thinking J., Mar. 1995,

Sect. 5, at 1.

 

Abstract:  Smokers and nonsmokers possess equal rights but those

rights conflict with each other in the use of shared facilities.

Medical research has established that smoking harms not only those

who use the product but also those who are passively exposed to it.

These findings, along with the annoyance generated by passive

smoke, have provided considerable support to the recent trend

toward laws and private regulations that ban or restrict smoking in

public places.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Listed in Cabell's Directory of Publishing.

 

          -  Blind review.

 

          -  Acceptance rate:  80%.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, The Price of Liberty, Naval Reserve Ass'n

News, Jun. 1994, at 17.

 

Abstract:  The role of the military is essential for the safeguard

of liberty in society.  Regrettably, the military has suffered

unwarranted criticism and severe budget cuts.  This article

reaffirms the concept that the price for liberty must be paid to

insure our cherished way of life.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Essay was awarded the George Washington Honor Medal by

the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge in 1992 from among thou-

sands of nominations.

 

               -  The 1992 National Awards Jury included:  the  

Honorable Harold G. Clark, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of

Georgia and the Honorable Robert A. Miller, Chief Justice of the

Supreme Court of South Dakota.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, The Moral Audit, originally published at

Business & Economic Review, Jan.-Feb.-Mar. 1992, at 17, reprinted

in Annual Editions: Business Ethics 94/95, at 126 (John E.

Richardson ed., 6th ed. The Dushkin Publishing Group, Inc. 1994).

 

Abstract:  The Moral Audit or, why having a company fulfill its

financial obligations is not enough.  Law and morality are not

always synonymous.  Those organizations that act responsibly to

protect the public have been successful in the long run.  Increased

respect for the company and public patronage will be the corporate

dividends.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Determined by the Editorial Board to be a quality

article suitable for inclusion within the Annual for classroom

instruction.

 

          -  Annual Editions are updated through a continuous

monitoring of over 300 periodical sources.

 

          -  Members of the Advisory Board are instrumental in the

final selection of the articles for each edition of Annual

Editions.  Some of the members are:  Archie B. Carroll from the

University of Georgia, William J. Kehoe from the University of

Virginia, Patrick E. Murphy, University of Notre Dame, Lisa H.

Newton of Fairfield University, and David Vogel of the University

of California, Berkeley.

 

 

     Giuliana Barda & S. Andrew Ostapski, La Revisione Etica    

dell'Impresa, Etica degli Affari e delle Professioni, Sep. 1993, at

47.

 

Abstract:  A corporation must identify any harm it could inflict on

society and respond to that harm.  The Moral Audit process is a

responsible way to respond to that legal and moral obligation. 

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Europe's first publication dedicated to Business

Ethics (The Economist, (June 5, 1993), p. 71.)

 

          -  Double blind review.

 

          -  Cited by Emilio D'Orazio in "Recenti sviluppi nella

ricerca, organizzazione e formazione in etica degli affari."

 

          -  Cited by Dott.ssa Chiara Villa in "I Codici Etici

Aziendali," published at http://www.legalionline.com/html/

argomento22.html.

 

          -  Cited by Dott. Federico Zoppei in "IL MARCHIO ETICO:

Il commercio equo nel mercato reale," at http://www.equo.it/

tesi/bibliografia.html.      

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski & Juan-Miguel Garcia, La Auditoria Moral,

34 Actualidad Financiera A-23 (1993).

 

Abstract:  Admittedly, a Code of Ethics and Moral Audit cannot make

employees intrinsically moral.  However, these mechanisms do

enforce the value system of the organization by providing a

collective sense of right and wrong against which specific issues

can be systematically assessed.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Multiple blind review.

 

          -  Rigorous...endorsed by respected professionals.

 

          -  Publication selected for collection at the respected

Universidad de la Rioja, the Universidad de Valladolid, and the

Universidad Complutense.

 

          -  Journal now available on the web at http://www.laley.

net/fiscal/actfin.html.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, South Florida Guide to International   

Business Transactions, (J. Flores Publications, Miami, Florida

1993).

 

Abstract:  This guide is an important reference tool for small to

medium sized businesses or individuals who are interested in

participating in the international marketplace.  The prudent

business person must find as much information as possible to reduce

the risk of business failure.  Consulting the resources contained

in this reference work would be the logical first step.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Included as part of the Reference Collection at the

University of Miami law library, a major research facility, at

HF3161.F7 088 1993.

 

          -  Endorsed by the Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce.

 

          -  Described as a "superb job" by Ms. Gail Goggin, Chair,

International Business Committee, Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce.

 

          -  Also available in an electronic book version.

 

          -  Royalties earned were given to the University of Miami

School of Business to fund a scholarship in International Business.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, The Moral Audit, originally published at

Business & Economic Review, Jan.-Feb.-Mar. 1992, at 17, reprinted

in Annual Editions: Business Ethics 93/94, at 124 (John E.

Richardson ed., 5th ed. The Dushkin Publishing Group, Inc. 1993).

 

Abstract:  The Moral Audit or, why having a company fulfill its

financial obligations is not enough.  Law and morality are not

always synonymous.  Those organizations that act responsibly to

protect the public have been successful in the long run.  Increased

respect for the company and public patronage will be the corporate

dividends.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Determined by the Editorial Board to be a quality

article suitable for inclusion within the Annual for classroom

instruction.

 

          -  Annual Editions are updated through a continuous

monitoring of over 300 periodical sources.

 

          -  Members of the Advisory Board are instrumental in the

final selection of the articles for each edition of Annual

Editions.  Some of the members are:  Archie B. Carroll from the

University of Georgia, William J. Kehoe from the University of

Virginia, Patrick E. Murphy, University of Notre Dame, Lisa H.

Newton of Fairfield University, David Vogel of the University of

California, Berkeley, and Patricia H. Werhane of Loyola University.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski & Camille N. Isaacs, Business, Moral    

Responsibility and the Moral Audit:  Domestic and International

Implications for Refuse Relief, Inc., (Center for International

Business Education and Research Discussion Paper Series 92-2,

University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida 1992).

 

Abstract:  Attributing morality to a corporation may seem somewhat

inappropriate because it is merely an artificial entity.  Yet, a

corporation is only as ethical as its agents.  At a minimum, Refuse

Relief Inc. must meet legal requirements, but the development of

moral responsibility requires a conscious effort by all corporate

agents to avoid harming others whether at home or abroad.  This

concept, termed the International Imperative, obliges the

multinational company to benefit the society in which it exists.

Equity requires that the cost of any harm produced by its

operations must be shared by those entities, which are benefited,

in the same proportion as the benefit received.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Blind review.

 

          -  The second of only four quality papers accepted to be

published in 1992.

 

          -  Created by the United States Congress to interna-

tionalize teaching and research programs at graduate business

schools across the nation.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski & Donald A. Wiesner, Expectancy and     

Liquidated Damage Clauses: Speculations on the Conflict of 

Enforcement, 1 S.E. J. of Leg. Studies in Bus. 167 (1992).

 

Abstract:  Parties, who break their "contractual" promises,

disappoint and frustrate promisees but the degree to which and the

manner in which the legal system responds to those encountering

hindered expectations remains an unhappy medley of solutions that

can only be explained by history and some guesswork.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Blind review.

 

          -  Listed in Cabell's Directory of Publishing.

 

          -  Acceptance rate:  35%.

 

          -  Meticulously researched -- 88 Footnotes.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski & Camille N. Isaacs, Corporate Moral    

Responsibility and the Moral Audit:  Challenges for Refuse Relief

Inc., 11 J. Bus. Ethics 161, 231 (1992).

 

Abstract:  Much debate has occurred as to whether or not moral

responsibility should be ascribed to corporate entities.  The

present study advances the theory that moral responsibility is a

self-imposed or attributable aspect of corporate operations which

extends beyond the parameters established by law.  In this context,

the corporation must consciously endeavor to discharge its moral

responsibility to avoid, minimize, eliminate and compensate for the

potential or actual harm which its operations cause.  To establish

this objective, consideration is given to the establishment of a

Moral Audit Committee, an internal monitoring mechanism, with a

proposed generic structure.  The corporate Mission Statement and

Code of Ethics play a vital role as well in building an

institutional environment which supports this self-appraisal

process.  With this system in place, the ambit of a Moral Audit is

then examined.  This study concludes with a case analysis which

partly depicts the Moral Audit process.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Internationally renown Business Ethics publication.

 

          -  Sponsored by Kluwer Academic Publishers.

 

          -  Listed in Cabell's Directory of Publishing.

 

          -  Acceptance rate:  21 - 30%.

 

          -  Cited by Jones, M.J., in "Accounting for biodiversity:

operationalising environmental accounting," 16 Accounting, Auditing

& Accountability J. 762-789 (2003).

 

          -  Cited by Kok, van der Wiele, McKenna, and Brown in "A

Corporate Social Responsibility Audit within a Quality Management

Framework," 31 J. Bus. Ethics 285, 293 (2001).

 

          -  Cited by Zhang, Fraser, and Hill in "A Comparative

Study of Social Audit Models and Reports," presented on 9-12 July

2000, at the Sixth Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Accounting

Conference, Manchester, England.

 

          -  Listed as a source by Transparency Interntional Ceska

republika at http://www.vivaetika.org/vitej.htm.      

 

          -  Listed by Dr. Jun'ichi Miyasaka, Management Professor,

at Nara Sangyo University, Japan, in his Business Ethics website at

http://www2.justnet.ne.jp/~juka/s-regulation.htm.

 

          -  Listed by Dr. Kirk Hallahan, Assistant Professor, at

Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, in  his

Bibliography:  Community Relations at http://lamar.colostate.edu

/~hallahan/hcomrel.htm.

 

          -  Listed by Dr. Kenneth M. Bond, Professor of Business

Administration, at Humboldt State University's School of Business

and Economics, Arcate, California in his Bibliography of Business

Ethics and Business Moral Values at http://sorrel.humboldt.edu

/~kmb2/.

 

          -  Received request for reprint, dated 20 September 1991

from Dr. John Kohls, Department of Management, School of Business

Administration, Gonzaga University, Spokane, Washington.

 

          -  Received undated request for reprint from Professor

Jordi Adell, Dept. Educacio, Universitat Jaume, Castello, Spain.

 

          -  Received undated request for reprint from Professor

Charles Wankel, St. Johns University, Jamaica, New York.

 

 

     John Anderson & S. Andrew Ostapski, South Florida Directory of

International Business Resources, (Beacon Council Economic Deve-

lopment Organization, Miami, Florida Mar. 1992).

 

Abstract:  The pursuit of international business is a vibrant

activity in South Florida.  Getting the facts is the best way to

get started.  This booklet contains valuable resource information

to launch that international business venture.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Directory of information sponsored by the Beacon   

Council.

 

          -  Predecessor of South Florida Guide to International

Business Transactions.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, The Moral Audit, Business & Economic   

Review, Jan.-Feb.-Mar. 1992, at 17.

 

Abstract:  The legal and moral justification for the existence of

any corporation is that it benefit society.  Corporations exist,

not by right, but by privilege.  This privilege is conferred by law

in the form of corporate licenses.  Moral conduct often requires

behavior at a level well above the law, because some actions that

are legally acceptable may be morally unacceptable.  A corporation

must identify any harm it could inflict on society and respond to

that harm.  Admittedly, a Code of Ethics and Moral Audit cannot

make employees intrinsically moral.  However, these mechanisms do

enforce the value system of the organization by providing a

collective sense of right and wrong against which specific issues

can be systematically assessed.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Published by the Division of Research of The Darla 

Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina.

 

          -  Listed in Cabell's Directory of Publishing.

 

          -  Acceptance rate:  6 - 10%.

 

          -  Cited by Brimlow in "Just Do It:  Deniability and

Renegades," 16 J. Bus. Ethics 1 (1997).

 

          -  Listed as a source by Transparency Interntional Ceska

republika at http://www.vivaetika.org/vitej.htm.

 

          -  Listed by Dr. Kenneth M. Bond, Professor of Business

Administration, at Humboldt State University's School of Business

and Economics, Arcate, California in his Bibliography of Business

Ethics and Business Moral Values at http://sorrel.humboldt.edu

/~kmb2/.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski & Donna G. Pressley, Moral Audit for Diabco

Corporation, 11 J. Bus. Ethics 1, 71 (1992).

 

Abstract:  Diabco Corporation, consisting of both domestic and

international operations, aspires to be a world class company.

Assumption of that status requires Diabco to develop a profile as

a responsible member within the world community.  Attributing

morality to a corporation may seem somewhat inappropriate because

it is merely an artificial entity.  Yet, a corporation is only as

ethical as its agents.  At a minimum, Diabco must meet legal

requirements, but the development of moral responsibility requires

a conscious effort by all corporate agents to avoid harming others.

To appraise the company's moral condition, the authors constructed

the premise that Diabco conducted a comprehensive moral audit.

Although the concept of a moral audit is still a relatively

undeveloped appraisal activity, the purpose of the study is to

demonstrate the desirability, feasibility, and possible

inadequacies of such an endeavor. 

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Internationally renown Business Ethics publication.

 

          -  Sponsored by Kluwer Academic Publishers.

 

          -  Listed in Cabell's Directory of Publishing.

 

          -  Acceptance rate:  21 - 30%.

 

          -  Cited by Ozgener in "Organizasyonlarda Is Ahlakinin

Kurumsallasmasi," found at http://www.stratejiyonetim.net/

isahlaki.htm.      

 

          -  Cited by Zhang, Fraser, and Hill in "A Comparative

Study of Social Audit Models and Reports," presented on 9-12 July

2000, at the Sixth Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Accounting

Conference, Manchester, England.

 

          -  Listed as a source by Transparency Interntional Ceska

republika at http://www.vivaetika.org/vitej.htm.      

 

          -  Listed by Dr. Jun'ichi Miyasaka, Management Professor,

at Nara Sangyo University, Japan, in his Business Ethics website at

http://www2.justnet.ne.jp/~juka/s-regulation.htm.

 

          -  Listed by Dr. Kirk Hallahan, Assistant Professor, at

Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, in  his

Bibliography:  Community Relations at http://lamar.colostate.edu

/~hallahan/hcomrel.htm.

 

          -  Listed by Dr. Kenneth M. Bond, Professor of Business

Administration, at Humboldt State University's School of Business

and Economics, Arcate, California in his Bibliography of Business

Ethics and Business Moral Values at http://sorrel.humboldt.edu

/~kmb2/.

 

          -  Comments from letter, dated 26 May 1992, from Robert

W. Galvin, Chairman of the Executive Committee, Motorola Inc.,

which state:  "I am immensely impressed with your having conjured

a process of an ethics or moral audit."

 

          -  Received request for reprint, dated 29 June 1993, from

Raisa Giraldez, Universidad de Matanzas "Camilo Cienfuegos,"  Dir.

de Inform. Cientifica Carr. a Varadero, Matanzas, Cuba.

 

          -  Received request for research, dated 21 August 1991,

from Dr. Jim Weber, Department of Management, Marquette University,

Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

 

          -  Received undated request for reprint from Dr. Craig

Summers, Department of Psychology, Laurentian University, Sudbury,

Ontario, Canada.

 

 

     Andrew L. Abrams & S. Andrew Ostapski, Case in Point:      

Negligence, Punitive Damages, and Foreign Accents, Business &   

Economic Review, July-Aug.-Sept. 1991, at 25.

 

Abstract:  Direct oral communication to the public is an essential

activity that can be skillfully mastered by the experienced

business person.  But sometimes the degree of expertise is limited

by one's talent or physical ability.  In Fragante, the Ninth

Circuit found no discrimination, because the employer had

articulated a legitimate, non-discriminatory reason for the

applicant's nonselection.  Specifically, the employer was able to

convince the court that the applicant lacked the necessary oral

skills to perform the job adequately.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Published by the Division of Research of The Darla 

Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina.

 

          -  Listed in Cabell's Directory of Publishing.

 

          -  Acceptance rate:  6 - 10%.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Beware the Job Applicant With a Foreign

Accent, The Washington Lawyer, Jan./Feb. 1991, at 16.

 

Abstract:  Written standards for an employee's position should

clearly indicate the level of language ability required by

reasonable business necessity.  Applicants should be scrupulously

evaluated against such standards.

 

Quality attribute:

 

          -  Reviewed in advance of publication.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Beware the Sales Job Applicant With a  

Strange Accent, Marketing Review, Jan. 1991, at 28.

 

Abstract:  The Civil Rights Act of 1964, which among other grounds,

prohibits discrimination on the basis of national origin.  One's

accent is an indicator of one's origin.  No clear method exists to

determine exactly how much accent can be discounted as a factor in

the hiring process.

 

Quality attribute:

 

          -  Published by the American Marketing Ass'n of N.Y.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski & Clay Sanders, Customs Requirements in 

Manual of the Judge Advocate General, (1-1), (11-1)-(11-17),    

(Department of the Navy, Washington, D.C. 1990).

 

Abstract:  This chapter, published with the concurrence of the

Commissioner of Customs, provides information on provisions of

United States customs laws and regulations commonly encountered by

naval personnel, as well as basic information on the international

law of customs.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Reviewed for quality and accuracy by Stuart P. Seidel,

Assistant Commissioner (Regulations and Rulings), Headquarters,

U.S. Customs Service.

 

          -  Awarded The Department of the Navy Judge Advocate  

General Commendation in 1990 for superior work.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski & Roderick McCrary, Lost Opportunity Costs

in Bankruptcy, Trial, Jan. 1988, at 67.

 

Abstract:  When a bankruptcy petition is filed, the courts protect

the debtor from the collection efforts of the creditors.

Otherwise, secured creditors could foreclose on the collateral and

reloan the proceeds at interest.  Must the debtor make up the

creditor losses (the lost opportunity cost)?  Some appellate courts

have concluded that the answer is yes.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Authoritative journal of the Association of Trial  

Lawyers of America.

 

          -  Manuscripts are reviewed for accuracy.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski & Roderick McCrary, Consideration for Lost

Opportunity Costs as Adequate Protection for Undersecured Creditors

in Bankruptcy Proceedings, originally published at 58 Okla. B. J.

1475, 1521 (1987) republished in Fla. B.J., July/Aug. 1987, at 33.

 

Abstract:  The Bankruptcy Code does not clearly address the issue

of compensation for lost opportunity costs as a part of adequate

protection.  Thoughtful consideration of this problem would require

a focus on the Code's language, underlying policy, constitutional

parameters, and principles of equity.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Journal of The Florida Bar.

 

          -  Reviewed by the Editorial Board.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski & Roderick McCrary, Consideration for Lost

Opportunity Costs as Adequate Protection for Undersecured Creditors

in Bankruptcy Proceedings, 58 Okla. B.J. 1475, 1521 (1987).

 

Abstract:  In applying the code, the court must decide what

constitutes adequate protection on a case by case basis.  Adequate

protection should be granted with the rights of all parties in

mind.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Journal of The Oklahoma Bar.

 

          -  Reviewed by the Editorial Board.

 

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, The Touch of Gold in International Conven-

tions:  Value Maintenance in a Changing World, 9 Loy. L.A. Int'l &

Comp. L.J. 523 (1987).

 

Abstract:  A serious problem exists in the interpretation of some

of the world's most important treaties.  This problem stems from

the treaties' limitation of liability provisions that are stated in

gold based terms.  Since gold has been demonetized, these

limitations have no agreed upon monetary value.  Legislative

bodies, domestic and international courts, and scholars have

generally failed to separate certain issues relating to gold based

conventions.  These issues concern: (1) the selection of a unit of

account; and (2) maintenance of value considerations in the face of

inflation.  Furthermore, there exists an overriding concern whether

there should be limitation of liability in some gold-based

conventions.  Proposals advanced by this Article present some of

the methods of renegotiation used in redefining the appropriate

limits of liability.  This Article concludes that a market price

interpretation of the gold clause applied on an ad hoc basis would

presently serve as the most useful remedy.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Lead article with acceptance rate at 5 percent.

 

          -  Reviewed by the Editorial Board.

 

          -  Included within the Reserve of the University of Miami

law library, a major research facility, at K869.077 1986, Treatise

Collection on 1 New.

 

          -  Meticulously researched -- 117 Footnotes.

 

 

     Andrew Ostapski & Eleanor Lewis, Illegal Traffic Signs =   

Illegal Traffic Tickets, (New Jersey Public Interest Research   

Group, Trenton, New Jersey Feb. 1973).

 

Abstract:  If a motorist receives a summons for failing to heed

signs not approved by the state, the summons itself is illegal.

Write to the DOT Bureau of Traffic Investigation for a traffic

regulation authorization.

 

Quality attributes:

 

          -  Primary author of a study which received statewide 

attention and subsequent legal enforcement.

 

          -  For over 25 years, the state PIRGS, inspired by Ralph

Nader, have been advocates for the public interest producing

positive social change throughout the nation.

 

 

Proceedings:

 

     Edward D. Walker II, S. Andrew Ostapski, & Robert J. Williams,

Using Crossword Puzzles as an Alternative to "Ordinary" Quizzes in

an Introductory Operations Management Course, Decision Sciences

Institute, Nov. 2005.

 

     Wanthanee Limpaphayom, S. Andrew Ostapski & Mel Schnake,

A Modest Proposal for a New Way of Teaching Organizational

Behavior: The Game, Southwest Academy of Management, Mar. 2005.

 

     Karin P. Roland, Peter M. Bergevin & S. Andrew Ostapski,

Community Bank Mergers:  PAB Bankshares, Inc., Southeast Case

Research Association, Feb. 1999.

 

 

Other Publications:

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Florida Legal Puzzler, The Florida Bar

News, October 1, 2005, at 33, 28.

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Florida Legal Puzzler, The Florida Bar

News, August 15, 2005, at 8, 31.

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Florida Legal Puzzler, The Florida Bar

News, August 1, 2005, at 24, 43.

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Florida Legal Puzzler, The Florida Bar

News, June 15, 2005, at 21, 31.

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Florida Legal Puzzler, The Florida Bar

News, May 15, 2005, at 25, 27.

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Florida Legal Puzzler, The Florida Bar

News, April 15, 2005, at 12, 35.

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Florida Legal Puzzler, The Florida Bar

News, March 15, 2005, at 24, 31.

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Florida Legal Puzzler, The Florida Bar

News, February 15, 2005, at 14, 35.

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Florida Legal Puzzler, The Florida Bar

News, January 15, 2005, at 16, 26.

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Florida Legal Puzzler, The Florida Bar

News, December 15, 2004, at 12, 31.

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Florida Legal Puzzler, The Florida Bar

News, December 1, 2004, at 15, 31.

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Florida Legal Puzzler, The Florida Bar

News, October 15, 2004, at 34, 43.

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Florida Legal Puzzler, The Florida Bar

News, September 15, 2004, at 13, 27.

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Florida Legal Puzzler, The Florida Bar

News, August 15, 2004, at 20, 31.

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Florida Legal Puzzler, The Florida Bar

News, July 15, 2004, at 22, 31.

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Florida Legal Puzzler, The Florida Bar

News, June 15, 2004, at 22, 31.

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Florida Legal Puzzler, The Florida Bar

News, May 15, 2004, at 16, 34.

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Florida Legal Puzzler, The Florida Bar

News, Apr. 15, 2004, at 16, 34.

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Florida Legal Puzzler, The Florida Bar

News, Mar. 15, 2004, at 25, 13.

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Florida Legal Puzzler, The Florida Bar

News, Feb. 15, 2004, at 17, 35.

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Florida Legal Puzzler, The Florida Bar

News, Jan. 15, 2004, at 14, 31.

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Florida Legal Puzzler, The Florida Bar

News, Dec. 15, 2003, at 7, 32.

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Florida Legal Puzzler, The Florida Bar

News, Nov. 15, 2003, at 10, 30.

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, Florida Legal Puzzler, The Florida Bar

News, Oct. 15, 2003, at 13, 34.

 

     S. Andrew Ostapski, "The ABA Journal eReport Crossword,"

weekly feature in ABA Journal eReport, ending on 6/18/2004, with

first publication at http://www.abanet.org/journal/ereport/

a2puzzle.html on 04/02/2004.