Publications

Most Recent

GDPR: The end of Facebook and Google or a new paradigm in data privacy?

Working Paper, 25 Rich. J. L. & Tech. 1, forthcoming 2018

BOOKS

Houser, K. A. (2015). Chapter 1 Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility, Chapter 2 Trial and Appeal, Chapter 3 Civil Procedure, Chapter 4 Statutory and Case Law, Chapter 5 Administrative Law. In H. R. Cheeseman Custom ed., The Legal Environment of Business and Online Commerce. (pp. 1-40). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education.

Houser, K. A. (2014). Chapter 5 Constitutional Law, Chapter 6 Contracts, Chapter 8 Business Organizations, Chapter 14 Intellectual Property, and Chapter 15 Real and Personal Property. In H. R. Cheeseman Custom ed., The Legal Environment of Business and Online Commerce. (pp. 83-153, 172-192, 315-358). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education.

Houser, K. A. (2013). Legal Guide to Social Media. New York, NY: Allworth Press.

Boyle, F. A. (1987). Defending Civil Resistance under International Law. Ardsley: Transnational Publishing. International Human Rights Final Examination co-authored by Kimberly M. Anderson n/k/a Kimberly A. Houser with student Steven Verr included as an Appendix.

ARTICLES

Houser, K. A. & Sanders, D. (forthcoming 2018). The use of big data analytics by the IRS: what tax practitioners need to know. Journal of Taxation.

Houser, K. A. & Sanders, D. (2017). The use of big data by the IRS: efficient solution or the end of privacy as we know it? Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment & Technology Law, 19-4.

Chen, L., Gramlich, J., and Houser, K. A. (2017). The effects of board gender diversity on a firm’s financial and reputation risk strategy. Accounting and Finance, 57-3.

Houser, K. A., Sanders, D. and Gramlich, J. (2016). How current tax law policy is impacting the marijuana industry. Special Report. Tax Notes. 150-8, 899-911. Also published in State Tax Notes. 79-8, 583-594.

Houser, K. A. (2015, Dec. 11). Three do’s and don’ts of social media. The Puget Sound Business Journal. Online subscriber content.

Houser, K. A. (2015). What Inconsistent Federal Policy Means for Marijuana Business Owners: Washington’s I-502 and the Federal Controlled Substances Act. Gonzaga Law Review, 50-3, 305-335.

Gramlich, J. & Houser, K. A. (2015). Marijuana business and Section 280E: Potential pitfalls for both clients and advisers. The Tax Adviser, 46-7, 524-533 (authors listed in alphabetical order).

 Rosacker, R. E., Houser, K. A., and Rosacker, K. M. (2015). A fireside chat on means-testing for social security: The empirical case. International Journal of Business and Public Administration, 12-2.

Houser, K. A. & Rosacker, R. E. (2015). High Times: A History of Marijuana Laws in the United States. International Journal of Business and Public Administration, 11-2, 131-141.

Houser, K. A. & Rosacker, R. E. (2014). A Fireside Chat: Foundations of Social Security – Evidence of Administrative and Legislative Intent. International Journal of Business and Public Administration, 11-1, 149-162.

Houser, K. A. & Rosacker, R. E. (2012). A Fireside Chat: The Foundations of Social Security – A Historical and Judicial Assessment. International Journal of Business and Public Administration, 9-3, 87-98.

Houser, K. A. (1996-1997). Legal Matters. Journal of the American Professional Crafters Guild. (bi-monthly articles on legal issues for small businesses).

Houser, K. A. (1986). Recent Decisions – Ake v. Oklahoma. Illinois Bar Journal, 74-8, 401-404.

WORK IN PROGRESS/UNDER REVIEW

PII and personal data: A comparison of US and EU privacy law. Under review, co-author Gregory Voss, University of Toulouse, France.

What the GDRP means for US companies. Work-in-progress, co-author Gregory Voss, University of Toulouse, France.

Incorporating ethical decision making into your curriculum: The Nolan Ryan ethical case study. Paper being adapted from Master Teacher Presentation, ALSB Annual Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

The Myth of Meritocracy. Work-in-progress, Department of Accounting and Business Law, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington.

How differences in reflective cognitive capacity influence ethical decision-making. Work-in-progress, co-author. Beau Barnes, Department of Accounting and Business Law, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington.