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Craig Ehrlich

Associate Professor

Academic Division: Accounting & Law
781-239-4557

Bio

Craig Ehrlich has been on the faculty of Babson College since 1996, where he is an Associate Professor of Law teaching business law at the undergraduate and graduate levels in areas such as contracts, white collar criminal law, and professional responsibility. Earlier areas of interest include the legal aspects of competitive intelligence and Korean corporate law. He currently writes about the legal liabilities of CPAs and chief financial officers. Prior to taking up a teaching career, he practiced law in Chicago and Seoul for 15 years. ​

Academic Degrees

  • JD, University of Illinois
  • BS, University of Illinois

Courses

Degree Courses 2015-2016
  • LAW 7020: PROF. ETHICS RESP & LIAB FOR CPA
  • LAW 3573: BUILDING CONTRACTS FOR NEW VENTURE
  • LAW 3525: WHITE COLLAR AND CORPORATE CRIME
  • LAW 1000: BUSINESS LAW

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Ehrlich, C.P. (2016). Speak No Evil. Wake Forest Journal of Business and Intellectual Property Law, 16, 104-133. link
  • Ehrlich, C.P., Williams, J.D. (in press). “How to Avoid Running Afoul of the SEC – Part 1: The Issue of Control Person.” . CPA Journal, The
  • Ehrlich, C.P., Williams, J.D. (in press). “How to Avoid Running Afoul of the SEC – Part 2: The Internal Control Cases.” . CPA Journal, The
  • Ehrlich, C.P. (2014). When Minding Your Own Business Means Speaking Up: Criminally Punishing a Corporate Executive for Failing to Blow the Whistle on the Illegal Misconduct of a Colleague. Journal of Law & Commerce, 32(2), 255-324. link
  • Ehrlich, C.P., Williams, J.D. (2013). Criminal Liability of CPAs in Federal Securities Fraud and Tax Fraud Cases: Knowledge, Willful Blindness, and Unawareness. CPA Journal, The, 83(3), 57-63. link
  • Williams, J.D., Ehrlich, C.P. (2011). Accountants' liability in compiling financial statements: why the disclaimer in compilation reports doesn't always work, and what to do about it. CPA Journal, The, 81(1), 16-23. link
  • Williams, J.D., Ehrlich, C.P. (2011). The Accountant as Whistleblower: Guidelines for Disclosure and Liability. CPA Journal, The, 81(11), 66-71. link
  • Ehrlich, C.P., Williams, J.D. (2011). The Interplay Between Case Law and Professional Standards for Compiled Financial Statements. American Business Law Journal, 48(3), 409-448.
  • Williams, J.D., Ehrlich, C.P. (2008). Limiting Liability Through Contractual Agreement: Can an Engagement Letter be Made Bulletproof?. CPA Journal, 78(12), 54-59.
  • Ehrlich, C.P., (2008). May CPAs Use Exculpatory Clauses?. Tort Trial Insurance Law Journal Volume 3, 13-19.
  • Ehrlich, C.P. (2007). Mystery Shopping. Competitive Intelligence Magazine, 10(3), 44-5.
  • Ehrlich, C.P. (2006). Gathering Data from the Internet: Privacy Concerns. Competitive Intelligence Magazine, 9(4), 47-9.
  • Ehrlich, C.P. (2006). Gathering Information from the Internet. Competitive Intelligence Magazine, 9(5), 49-51.
  • Ehrlich, C.P. (2006). HP and Pretexting. Competitive Intelligence Magazine, 9(6), 33-4.
  • Ehrlich, C.P. (2006). Law Displaced. Focus: on Law Studies, 22(1), 6-7,11.
  • Ehrlich, C.P. (2006). Phantom Interview and False Flag Job Seeker. Competitive Intelligence Magazine, 9(3), 40-1.
  • Ehrlich, C.P. (2005). Is Business Ethics Necessary?. DePaul Business & Commercial Law Journal, 14(55), 55-85.
  • Ehrlich, C.P. (2003). Accounting rules won’t replace good judgment. Boston Business Journal, 2.
  • Ehrlich, C.P. (2003). After Hyundai?. Joint US-Korea Academic Studies, 13
  • Ehrlich, C.P. (2003). Is Good Judgement Eluding Auditors. Denver Business Journal, 2.
  • Ehrlich, C.P. (2003). Is Good Judgement Eluding U.S. Corporate Auditors. Business First of Columbus, 2.
  • Ehrlich, C.P., Kang, D. (2002). Independence and Corruption in Korea. Columbia Journal of Asian Law, 16 link

Books

  • Ehrlich, C.P. (2005). Liar, Liar: The Legal Perils of Misrepresentation. Upper Saddle/NJ: Pearson
  • Ehrlich, C.P., Kang, D. (2004). A Look at Korean Codes of Conduct. New York/NY: RoutledgeCurzon

Presentations

  • Case Law and the Disclaimer in Compilation Reports
    Williams, J., Ehrlich, C. Case Law and the Disclaimer in Compilation Reports Global Accounting and Organizational Change (GAOC) Conference(2010)
  • International Contracts Drafting Workshop
    Ehrlich, C. International Contracts Drafting Workshop MLI Program, Madison/WI/USA (2007)
  • “Negotiating and drafting an international distributorship agreement”
    Ehrlich, C. “Negotiating and drafting an international distributorship agreement” MLI program, Madison/WI/USA (2005)
  • “The Poverty of Business Ethics”
    Ehrlich, C. “The Poverty of Business Ethics” Annual Meeting, Boston/MA/USA (2005)
  • “Negotiating and drafting an international distributorship agreement”
    Ehrlich, C. “Negotiating and drafting an international distributorship agreement” MLI program, Madison/WI/USA (2004)
  • “Corporate (Korean) Codes of Conduct”
    Ehrlich, C. “Corporate (Korean) Codes of Conduct” Columbia University Law School, New York/NY/USA (2004)
  • “Strengthening the Rule of Law in Korea”,
    Ehrlich, C. “Strengthening the Rule of Law in Korea”, 2004 Asia Business Conference, Cambridge/MA/USA (2004)
  • “Negotiating and drafting an international distributorship agreement”
    Ehrlich, C. “Negotiating and drafting an international distributorship agreement” MLI program, Madison/WI/USA (2003)
  • “US Corporate Governance Reforms”
    Ehrlich, C. “US Corporate Governance Reforms” Nong Shim Ga Executive Meeting, Seoul/Korea (2003)
  • “Good Faith Provisions Under the Korean Civil Code”
    Ehrlich, C. “Good Faith Provisions Under the Korean Civil Code” Columbia University Law School, New York/NY/USA (2003)