Karen Gantt
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Karen Gantt

Prof GanttProfessor Gantt began her professional career as assistant counsel for the Pennsylvania Insurance Department. She has served as legal counsel and provided regulatory advice to several specialty insurers. She began her full- time teaching career at the Barney School in 2002 after serving as a lecturer at Howard University in Washington, D.C.


Courses: Course Title
Undergraduate Business Law and Society
Graduate Legal Environment of Business
AC 760 Taxation of Business Organizations

Associate Professor of Business Law
Phone: 860-768-5809, Room 409A
gantt@hartford.edu

Education:
BBA, Howard University
J.D., University of California - Hastings College of the Law
LL.M., University of Baltimore

Research Interests:
Corporate Formations, Insurance Regulation. Exempt Organizations Sarbanes legislation

Selected Scholarship Books and Articles:
Gantt, Natural Disasters and Private Road Residents: When And I'm A Taxpayer Isn't Enough, Forthcoming,Real Estate Law Journal, Volume 42: 4 (Spring 2014).

Gantt, Balancing Women’s Health and Religious Freedom Under the ACA, Forthcoming,Quinnipiac Health Law Journal, Vol. 17:1 (2014).

This Land is Your Land, This Land is My Land - Indian Land Claims, with George Generas -Journal of Land, Resources, and Environmental LawMay 2008.

AccountingScandalsandStateAccountancy Boards: Red versus Blue State Reactions, with George Generas and Barbara Lamberton- CPA Journal Sept 2007.

Gantt, Nonprofit Status and the Public Policy Exception Revisited: How Much Does Freedom of Belief Cost? 9 Atlantic L.J. 1 (2006)

Gantt, Federal Tax Treatment of Medical Malpractice Insurance Alternatives for Nonprofits, Drake Law Review, Vol. 52, No. 3 (Spring 2004).