J.S. Nelson is an expert source to speak on background or on the record on the subjects of business law, business ethics, corporate culture, white collar crime, mergers and acquisitions, compliance, developing news stories such as how workplaces have changed in response to restrictions from COVID-19 and the implications of workplace surveillance.
"Microsoft’s New ‘Productivity Score’ Lets Your Boss Monitor How Often You Use Email And Attend Video Meetings'"
CORNELL LAW REVIEW
105 CORNELL L. REV. 3, 101 (2020). Highlighted in Columbia L. Sch.'s Blue Sky, Duke L. Sch.'s Global Markets, and Harvard L. Sch.'s Just Money blogs. Selected for “Emerging Voices in Securities Regulation,” 2020 AALS Ann. Meeting.
"Management Culture and Surveillance"
Highlighted in Columbia L. Sch.’s Blue Sky and Duke L. Sch.’s Global Markets blogs. Featured in its own episode of Stanford L. Sch.’s Business Scholars podcast. Selected for “New and Emerging Voices in Workplace Law,” 2020 AALS Ann. Meeting.
UC DAVIS LAW REVIEW
"Disclosure Driven Crime"
Distinguished Proceedings Prize & Holmes Cardozo Award, 2017 Acad. of Legal Stud. in Bus. Highlighted in Oxford University’s Business Law and Columbia L. Sch.’s Blue Sky blogs. Re-posted by the Business Law Prof. blog. Selected for AALS Crim. Justice Roundtable, 2017 ABA Meeting; and “Emerging Voices in Securities Regulation,” 2018 AALS Ann. Meeting.