Prof. Linda K. Enghagen 

Linda K. Enghagen 


Professor 


Telephone: 413-545-4044

Email: lke@isenberg.umass.edu

Office: Flint 204C

 

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Education: 

J.D., Suffolk University Law School, 1981
B.A., University of Wisconsin-EauClaire, 1975
   

Research/Teaching Interests:

Professional Ethics
Intellectual Property
Business Law


Selected Publications

Enghagen, L.K., "Compliance With Same Sex Marriage and State Sexual Orientation Discrimination Laws Creattes Economic Opportunity for the Hospitality Industry," Electronic Journal of Hospitality Legal, Safety and Security Research, Vol. VI, 25 pages, 2012.

 

Enghagen, L.K., Fair Use Guidelines for Educators, Revised 4th Ed., Sloan Consortium, 2011, 91 pgs. Enghagen, L.K., "Copyright Infringement and Medieval Apple Pie: Protecting Recipes Using Copyright Law," Electronic Journal of Hospitality Legal, Safety and Security Research, Vol. V, 19 pages, 2011.

 

Enghagen, L.K. & Wilson, R., "Expedia, Inc. Wins One and Loses One: Understanding 'Terms of Use' Provisions in Online Travel Reservations," Electronic Journal of Hospitality Legal, Safety and Security Research, Vol. V, 16 pages, 2011.

 

Enghagen, L.K., "Plagiarism: Intellectual Dishonesty, Violation of Law, or Both?" Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Education, Vol. 23, No. 1, pgs. 28-35, 2011.
 

With R. H. Wilson, "The Limits of Foreseeability: Tort Law at its Rational Best," Electronic Journal of Hospitality Legal, Safety and Security Research, Vol. III, 17 pages, 2008.

"Hospitality Programs and The TEACH Act: Bringing Copyright Law for Distance Education Closer to the Digital Age," Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Education, Vol. 17, No. 3, pgs. 12-18, 2005.

"The Foundations of Ethical Competence: The Intersection of Ethical Decision-Making and the Capacity to Act," Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Meeting of the Eastern Academy of Management, May, 2005, pgs. 800-819.

With L.J. Shea, and A. Khullar, "Internet Diffusion of an E-Complaint: A Content Analysis of Unsolicited Responses," Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, Vol. 17, Nos. 2/3, 2004, pgs. 145-166. Reprinted in the Handbook of Consumer Behavior, Tourism, and the Internet, Haworth Press, Inc., 2004, pgs. 145-166.

"Universal Instructional Design: Promoting Universal Access While Facilitating Compliance With Disability Laws," Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Education, Vol. 16, No. 2, 2004, pgs. 43-49.

With R. H. Wilson, "U.S. Supreme Court Reviews Employers' Responsibilities Regarding Tip Reporting and FICA Taxes," Journal of Hospitality Financial Management, Vol. 12, No. 1, 2004, pgs. 57-65.

With A. Khullar, L.J. Shea, "Negative Word-of-Mouth Communication Via the Internet: Diffusion of a PowerPoint® Presentation," Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Graduate Education and Graduate Students Research Conference in Hospitality & Tourism, January, 2003, pgs. 246-250.

Academic and Professional Activities

Ad hoc reviewer for: International Journal of Hospitality Management, Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research and the Hospitality & Tourism Educator.

Consulting Activities

Sloan Consortium: 2005 - present
General Motors Technical Education Program: 1994-2000


Awards

Outstanding Teacher, College of Food & Natural Resources, 2001-2002
Certificate of Achievement in Outreach, College of Food & Natural Resources, 1999
Outstanding Instructor, National Technological University, 1989-90
Outstanding Paper: Industry Application Award, 1988 CHRIE Conference, "Female Managers: Perspectives on Sexual Harassment and Career Development" (co-author)