Gary Victor

Gary Victor

Professor of Law

Marketing

442 Owen

734.487.4338

gary.victor@emich.edu

Office Hours

Monday            
9:00-10:00am, 5:30-6:30pm
Wednesday
9:00-10:00am
By appointment

Education

  • J.D. University of Toledo
  • MBA Bowling Green State University
  • BS Bowling Green State University

Professional Summary

Professor Victor teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in Legal Environment of Business. Professor Victor's research focuses on consumer protection and is published in journals such as Consumer Law Newsletter, Michigan Defense Quarterly, MTLA Quarterly, and the Michigan Bar Journal.

Courses Taught

  • LAW 293 Legal Environment of Business
  • LAW 503 Legal Principles, Forms of Enterprise and Business Ethics

Selected Publications

Victor, G., and Hastings, H., (2017) Scalia’s Compulsory Binding Arbitration Legacy-Big Business Prevails at the Expense of Consumers, Employees and Small Business, State Bar of Michigan Consumer Law Section Letter, v.21, No. 2.

Victor, G. and Hastings, H., (2015) The Expanding Scope of Binding Arbitration and Some Small Victories for Consumers, State Bar of Michigan Consumer Law Section Letter, v. 19, No. 1.

Victor, G. M. (2013). A Tine Michigan Consumer Protection Act Victory-A Case the Survives Smith. Consumer Law Newsletter.

Victor, G. M. (2013). How Banks and Savings Banks Escaped Liability From the Michigan Consumer Protection Act. Consumer Law Newsletter.

Victor, G. M. & Lyngklip, I. B. (2012). The Michigan Consumer Protection Act is Virtually Dead Yet the Legislature, Executive Branch and Many Attorneys Don't Seem to Know It. Michigan Bar Journal, 91 (8), 26-29.