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Robert Berger: Faculty and Staff

Robert N. Berger


Business (Academic)

Research, Professional and Creative Activity:

  • Private law practice, Biegel, Kirkland & Berger
  • Arbitrator, Montgomery County Common Pleas Court
  • Expert witness - Montgomery and Greene County
  • Ethics Committee - Dayton Bar Association
  • Bar Exam and Qualification Committee
  • Outstanding Advocate - 1999 Montgomery County Juvenile Court
  • Violent Crimes Criminal Appointment List, Montgomery County
  • Research: The Demise of The Employment-At-Will Doctrine

Professional Profile:

Professor Berger earned his Juris Doctorate from the Salmon P. Chass College of Law. He completed post-graduate work in Economics at Ohio State University, where he earned his M.A. He earned his B.S. in Management and Economics from the University of Dayton. Before joining Flagler College he was a partner in a private law practice and was an active member of the Ohio Bar Association. He is currently completing research in the area of the economics of employment-at-will as well as research in the role of the economist as an expert witness in anti-trust litigation.

  • Admitted to the Ohio State Bar Association
  • Practiced law for 30+ years, with extensive trial practice
  • Chair, Arbitration Team (Montgomery County)
  • Expert witness,  Fee Disputes

Teaching and Related Service:

  • 34 years of teaching at Univeristy of Dayton (Undergrad & MBA)

Courses taught:

  • Economics
  • Legal Environment of Business
  • Business Law

 Previously taught at:

  •  Sinclair Community College
  •  Miami University
  •  Ohio University
  •  Ohio State University
  • University of North Florida (Economics)

 Faculty Senator