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About the Authors

Therese Maynard

E-mail address: therese.maynard@lls.edu

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Education:

BA, summa cum laude, University of California Irvine, Phi Beta Kappa
JD, University of California Los Angeles, Order of the Coif

Background:

After graduation from law school, Therese Maynard practiced with the Los Angeles law firm of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher where she specialized in securities litigation. Maynard, who has published extensively in the area of securities law, joined the Loyola faculty in 1983

Books:

Mergers and Acquisitions: Cases, Materials and Problems (2nd Edition 2009, Aspen Publishers, 
Inc.)
Mergers and Acquisitions: Cases, Materials and Problems (2005, Aspen Publishers, Inc.)
Corporations (audio book published by West Publishing Co., 2006)
Securities Regulation (audio book published by West Publishing Co., 2007)

Articles:

Teaching Transactional Skills Through Simulations, 10 Transactions: Tennessee Journal of 
Business Law 7 (2009)
Professional Ethics: Legal Pundits Loose Lipped, an op-ed piece published in the National Law 
Journal on April 19, 2004, (co-authored with Erwin Chemerinsky and Laurie Levenson)
Educating Ethical Business Lawyers in a Post-Enron World, published in Loyola Lawyer at p. 16 
(Fall 2003)
Law Matters. Lawyers Matter, 76 Tulane Law Review 1501 (2002)
Spinning in a Hot IPO: Breach of Fiduciary Duty or Business as Usual?, 43 William and Mary Law 
Review 2023 (2002)
Spinning in a Hot IPO: A Matter of Business Ethics, 16 Insights: Corporate & Securities Law 
Advisor (2002)
Do Lawyers Matter? Loyola Lawyer (August 2002).
Teaching Professionalism: The Lawyer as a Professional, 34 Univ. of Georgia L. Rev. 895 
(2000).
Essay, A Requiem:  Reflections on Gustafson, 57 Ohio State Law Journal 1327 (1996).

 

Dana M. Warren

E-mail address: dana.m.warren@lls.edu

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Education:

BS, with Highest Honors, Montana State University 
JD, Stanford Law School; Senior Editor, Stanford International Law Journal 

Background:

Following law school graduation, Warren served as a law clerk to the Honorable Procter R. Hug of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. He spent his career in practice as a corporate/securities lawyer specializing in acting as outside general counsel to growth companies financed by venture capital investors. Warren has been involved in the public and private issuance of debt and equity securities from both the issuer and investor sides; acquisitions representing both buyers and sellers; capital restructuring transactions; management and employee incentive programs; and the legal issues arising from the development, manufacture, and distribution of a wide range of high-technology products. He was an associate and principal at Riordan & McKinzie in Los Angeles for more than 20 years and, following a merger in 2003, was a partner at Bingham McCutchen LLP until March, 2006, when he began his own practice. He was listed annually in The Best Lawyers in America from 2006 until he retired from practice in 2012. He became an adjunct faculty member at Loyola Law School in 2006, Co-Director of the Business Law Practicum in 2008, the Patrick J. McDonough Director in 2009, and Clinical Professor of Law in 2012. Warren is the advisor for Loyola’s Corporate Law and the Law & Entrepreneurship Concentrations, as well as for the Transactional Negotiation Team.