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 October 2013 Lunch Meeting - Kozlowski's Tyco: A Disastrous Combination of Internal Problems - Presented by: Catherine S. Neal

Chapter Event
10/8/2013 11:30 AM
10/8/2013 1:30 PM
McCormick and Schmick's, 21 East 5th Street, Cincinnati, OH  45202 |
Topic:                   Kozlowski's Tyco:  A Disastrous Combination of Internal Problems

Date:                     October 8, 2013 

Time:                    11:30-1:30

:          Catherine S. Neal
                                Associate Professor of Business Ethics and Business Law, Northern Kentucky University

:             McCormick and Schmick's
                                21 East 5th Street
                                Cincinnati, OH 45202

                $35 for members
                                $45 for non-members
CPE:                       2 CPE Hours

Please RSVP by 12:00 noon on Friday, October 4, 2013 with the Programs Committee using the "Register Me" link below.

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​Registration ​Member Pricing - $35 ​Non-Member Pricing - $45

If you are a member of The IIA Cincinnati Chapter and are currently unemployed and would like to attend this luncheon, please contact Brian Arkenau at for registration.
Speaker / Description:
Catherine S. Neal 
Catherine S. Neal is an Associate Professor of Business Ethics and Business Law in the Haile/US Bank College of Business at Northern Kentucky University. She is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati College of Law where she was a Corporate Law Fellow. Neal is the author of "Taking Down the Lion," which will be released on January 7, 2014. During her research for the book, Neal was granted unprecedented access to Dennis Kozlowski, as well as his papers, attorneys, family, friends, and former Tyco colleagues. She also relied on transcripts and evidence from two criminal trials. Neal’s research included interviews with Tyco insiders, former members of the Tyco Board of Directors, the foreman of the jury that convicted Kozlowski, and with former Manhattan DA Robert Morgenthau, who prosecuted Dennis Kozlowski.