Author, "Insider Trading By Members of Creditors' Committees," 44 DePaul L. Rev. 99 (1994). Author and Co-author: Securities Arbitration Chapter, 2002-2004, "Annual Review of Business and Corporate Litigation Developments," Business Law Section, American Bar Association, 2002. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law, T.C. Williams School of Law, University of Richmond; "Enforcement of the Federal Securities Laws," 2000-2001. Commissioner, American Bar Association's Justice Kennedy Commission. Lecturer: "Securities Arbitration," Virginia Trial Lawyer's Association statewide lecture series, 2012; "The Role of Audit Committees in the Investigative Process and Upon a Finding of Wrongdoing," ABA's National Institute on Internal Corporate Investigations and In-House Counsel, Washington, D.C., 2009; "Accounting Fraud: The Latest Trends and Cases," American Bar Association's Second Annual National Institute on Securities Fraud, Washington, D.C, 2008; "White Collar Crimes: How to Keep Business Lawyers from Becoming Defendants in Criminal Prosecutions," American Bar Association, Business Law Today Live, June, 2000; "A Criminal Securities Case From Investigation to Trial," American Bar Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, August 1999; "Accountant's Liability - The New Issues," CPA/Law Forum, Richmond, Virginia, February 1999; "International Enforcement of the Federal Securities Laws," American Bar Association Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, August, 1998. Captain, Judge Advocate, U.S. Marine Corps, 1986-1989. Staff Attorney and Senior Counsel, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Division of Enforcement, 1990-1993. Special Assistant U.S. Attorney, Securities Fraud Unit, Southern District of Florida, 1993-1996. Partner, LeClair Ryan, 1996-1998.