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Andrew Urich, J.D. Associate Professor, Eastin Center Chair for Talent Development Department of Management 209 Business Building Stillwater Campus 405-744-8619 (Phone) 405-744-5180 (Fax) Curriculum vitae / Résumé

Andrew L. Urich holds the Eastin Center Chair for Talent Development at Oklahoma State University, where he is an Associate Professor of Management in the Spears School of Business. He also serves as the Director of Student Development in the Eastin Center for Talent Development. Professor Urich was a member of the Executive MBA faculty at Zayed University in Abu Dhabi & Dubai from 2004 to 2012. Prior to joining the faculty at OSU, he practiced law with a major corporate law firm in Ohio. Since 1993 he has presented at well over 1,000 corporate training programs and conventions in the areas of Influence, Negotiation, Ethics, Critical Thinking and Professional Image. Andrew has presented to clients such as Bank of Oklahoma, Phillips 66, Chesapeake Energy, QuikTrip, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Tyson Foods, Halliburton and the United States Air Force. For more details on Andy’s clients, please click here.

Education

JD, Case Western Reserve UniversityLaw1985
BA, Wittenberg UniversityBusiness Administration1982

Publications

Patricia Fandt, Chalmer Labig & Andrew Urich. (1990). "Evidence and the Biasing Effect of Liking on Managers’ Disciplinary Actions". The Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal.

Andrew Urich. (1990). "“Retail Price Maintenance: Competitors Apply Price Pressure,” Case Note". Journal of Academy of Marketing Science, Summer

Andrew Urich. (1990). "Battle of the Forms: An Instructional Aid". Journal of Legal Studies Education.

Andrew Urich. (1990). "Developments in Resale Price Maintenance Cases: A Trend Toward Overturning the Per Se Rule". Journal of Applied Business Research.

Andrew Urich. (1989). "Comparing Japanese, U.S. Legal Systems". 60 Cleveland Bar Journal 196.

Gregory Mosier & Andrew Urich. (1989). "The Effect of Ethics and Cultural Values on Employment Practice: A Comparison of the United States and Japan". International Business Law Association Journal.

Andrew Urich. (1989). "Third Party Claim to Insurance Proceeds Against a Secured Creditor". 60 Oklahoma Bar Journal 729.