Academics

Keith Roberts

Assoc Dean, Sch of Business

Office: Assoc Dean, School of Business, Hornby Hall #204

Phone: 909/748-8751 Campus Ext. 8751

E-mail: keith_roberts@redlands.edu

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Current Research, Academic Interests or Areas of Expertise

  • Business Law
  • Intellectual Property
  • Ethics

Courses Taught at Redlands

  • BUSB 300 Ethical and Legal Environment of Business
  • BAMG 455 Business Law
  • INFT 610 Legal, Policy, and Ethical Issues For Technology
  • ISYS 415 Computer Ethics

Degrees Held

  • BBA, University of Oklahoma
  • MSIT, University of Redlands
  • JD, University of Oklahoma
  • LL.M., National Law Center, George Washington University

Major Awards

  • Excellence in Teaching Award (1997-98)

Significant Publications

Books

G. Keith Roberts and James B. Pick. (2005). Corporate Adoption of Mobile Cell Phones: Business Opportunities for 3G and Beyond. In Margherita Pagani (Ed.), Mobile and Wireless Systems Beyond 3G: Managing New Business Opportunities. Hershey, PA: IRM Publishing.

Articles

G. Keith Roberts. (2004). DeCSS Code on the Internet: Is it protected speech?. Presented at the Global Information Technology Management Association (GITMA) Fifth Annual Global Information Technology Management World Conference and published in The Computer and Internet Lawyer, Volume 21, Number 12 (2004).

G. Keith Roberts. (2004). M-commerce Through 3G Technology. Presented at the Global Information Technology Management Association (GITMA) Fifth Annual Global Information Technology Management World Conference and published in The Computer and Internet Lawyer, Volume 21, Number 12 (2004).

G. Keith Roberts and James B. Pick. (2004). Technology Factors in Corporate Adoption of Mobile Cell Phones: A Case study Analysis. Presented and published in the Thirty-Seventh Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS) proceedings.

 G. Keith Roberts. (2003). Monitoring Employees--Is E-mail Private?. Presented and published in the Tenth Annual American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS) Conference proceedings. Selected as best paper in law and ethics track.

G. Keith Roberts. (2002). Cybersquatter Problem! Litigate or Arbitrate?. Presented and published in the Tenth Annual American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS) Conference proceedings. Selected as best paper in law and ethics track.

Professional Affiliations

  • California Bar Association
  • Oklahoma Bar Association

 


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