Perry Binder Georgia State University, USA
Professor Perry Binder, JD, is a legal studies professor in Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business, and the co-founder/organizer of the university’s Corporate Intellectual Property Institute, a premier two-day annual conference for intellectual property practitioners. In 2005 and 2013, Professor Binder received the business school’s Faculty Recognition Award for Teaching Excellence and, in 2011, he received the Faculty Recognition Award for Service.
Professor Binder is the author of numerous articles focusing on social media law, workplace risk, domain name disputes, and litigation prevention for select publications, including the Journal of Legal Studies Education, American Jurisprudence, Professional Speaker, HR Executive, and Competitive Edge magazine. Prior to his teaching career, he litigated complex business cases in Miami, FL, with stakes in excess of USD 10 million. While in private practice, Professor Binder negotiated contract settlements and acted as consultant to a professional sports franchise. From 1992–1995, he was a part-time radio talk show host, with several shows dealing with law, business, and sports.
Professor Binder is an enthusiastic and energetic speaker who enjoys interacting with diverse audiences on cutting-edge legal and business topics. He has appeared nationwide on radio and television, and is frequently quoted in the media, including The New York Times, Associated Press, USA Today, The Financial Times, Investor’s Business Daily, Fox News, MSNBC News, ESPN Classic, AP Radio, CBS Radio, Congressional Quarterly Homeland Security, Philadelphia Inquirer, Rocky Mountain News, San Jose Mercury News, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.Professor Binder is an active member of The Florida Bar and the Academy of Legal Studies in Business. He is a graduate of SUNY Buffalo Law School, where he served as an articles editor of The Buffalo Law Review, and Binghamton University (BA, Political Science, with honors).