Sarah Webber

Contact Information

  • Email: Sarah Webber
  • Phone: 937-229-2432
  • Location: Miriam Hall 415

Sarah Webber

Assistant Professor, JD, LLM

  • Full-Time Faculty

Courses Taught

  • ACC 420 - Federal Income Taxation
  • ACC 421/MBA 604A - Taxes and Business Strategy
  • MBA 609A - Special Topics: Business Law

Degrees

  • Capital University, LLM, 2010
  • The Ohio State University, JD, 2007
  • University of Dayton, MBA, 2003
  • University of Dayton, BS, 2003

Selected Publications

  • Davis-Nozemack, K., Webber, S. (2015). Lost Opportunities: The Underuse of Tax Whistleblowers. Administrative Law Review, 67(2), 321-367.
  • Archambeault, D., Webber, S. (2015). Whistleblowing 101. The CPA Journal, July, 60-64.
  • Webber, S., Nichols, N. B., Street, D. L., Cereola, S. (2013). Non-GAAP Adjustments to Net Income Appearing in the Earnings Releases of the S&P 100: An Analysis of Frequency of Occurrence, Materiality and Rationale. Research in Accounting Regulation, 25(2), 236-251.
  • Webber, S., Davis-Nozemack, K.  (2012). NOL Poison Pills: Using Corporate Law for Tax Purposes. 117 Journal of Taxation, December, 312-318.
  • Davis-Nozemack, K., Webber, S. (2012). Paying the IRS Whistleblower: A Critical Analysis of Collected Proceeds. 32 Virginia Tax Review, 78-132. 
  • Cook, J. K., Webber, S. (2012). The Charitable Contribution of a Home: A Deduction up in Smoke? The CPA Journal, May, 38-42.