Patricia Sheridan, JD

Patricia Sheridan, JD

Assistant Professor

Department : Accounting / Law/ CIS

Email : patricia.sheridan@manhattan.edu

Phone : 718-862-7470

Office : DLS 410

Education

JD, Fordham University
BA, Manhattan College

Publications & Professional Activities

  • “Broken Promises – Recovery of Emotional Distress Damages for Breach of Wedding-Related Contracts,” P. Sheridan, North East Journal of Legal Studies in Business, Volume 26, Fall 2011, pp.42-60.
  • “The Effect of Tax Apportionment Clauses on Non-Testamentary Assets,” P. Sheridan, Westchester Bar Journal, Spring/Summer 2009, pp.58-63. (Reprinted Vol.43, No.2, Trusts and Estates Law Section Newsletter, Summer 2010, New York State Bar Association.)
  • "Determining Domicile of Nursing Home Residents,” North East Journal of Legal Studies, Vol. 20, Fall 2008, pp. 1-16.
  • “Original Probate of a Nondomicilary’s Will under Surrogate’s Court Procedure Act Section 1605(2)(c),” Westchester Bar Journal, Fall/Winter 2005, pp. 79-83.

Other Intellectual Contributions:

  • “Broken Vows – Emotional Distress Damages in Breach of Wedding-Related Contracts,” North East Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Annual Conference, Ithaca, New York, April 2010.
  •  “The Effect of Tax Apportionment Clauses on Nontestamentary Assets,” Mid-Atlantic Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Annual Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 2010.
  • “Sure Fire Techniques that Work in Teaching Business Law Topics”, Panelist, North East Association of Legal Studies in Business, Annual Conference, Cooperstown, NY, May 2008.
  • “Determining Domicile of Nursing Home Residents,” North East Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Annual Conference, Galloway, NJ, April 2007.
  • Determining Domicile of Nursing Home Residents,” Mid-Atlantic Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Annual Conference, Saint Michael’s, MD, March 2007.
  • "When a House is Not a Home - Determining Domicile Intent under New York State Law,"  Proceedings, Association on Employment Practices and Principles, New  York City, NY, October 2006, p. 128.

Professional Memberships

Member, New York State Bar Association

Member, Academy Legal Studies Business

Courses Taught/Teaching

LAW 203      Business Law I
LAW 304      Business Law II
MBAL 644     Employment Law