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CURRICULUM VITAE

ADAM JEROME MYERS III

Texas A&M University (979) 845-4594

Mays Business School ajmyers@tamu.edu

Wehner 460, ACCT

College Station, TX 77843-4353

EDUCATION

JURIS DOCTOR HARVARD LAW SCHOOL (1985) Cambridge, MA

WRITTEN WORK REQUIREMENT (Prof. Bernard Wolfman, advisor): Auditors and the IRS Summons: Using Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product Doctrine to Protect the Analysis of Contingent Tax Liability, 4 Boston University Journal of Tax Law 25 (Winter 1986)

TAX, ACCOUNTING, AND BUSINESS ELECTIVES (including 18 credit hours in tax and accounting)

Taxation Tax: Partners/Partnerships

Comparative Tax Policy Developing Countries & Transnational Investments Accounting Business Lawyer

Tax: Corporate Transactions Business Planning Legal Profession & Tax Real Estate Planning

Commercial Transactions New Technology and the Law Labor Law

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE AND THE THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY (1973) HONORS PROGRAM IN ACCOUNTING University Park, PA

THESIS (Prof. William J. Schrader & Prof. G. Edward Philips, panel): Law and Accounting for Leases NONDEGREE GRADUATE HOURS

Accounting, 12 credit hours TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY, Mays Business School (2010 to 2011) College Station, TX

Finance and Economics, 6 credit hours TEMPLE UNIVERSITY (1981) Philadelphia, PA

PROFESSIONAL LICENSES, DESIGNATIONS, AND MEMBERSHIPS

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, State Bar of California, License 123489 (June 1986 to Present) CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT, California Board of Accountancy, License CPA 46987 (1986 to Present) CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT, Pennsylvania State Board of Accountancy, License CA010677L (July 1975 to

April 1986, following two-year experience prerequisite for exam)

CHARTERED GLOBAL MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTANT, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants,

License 110030642 (August 2012 to Present)

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS (August 1976 to Present) CALIFORNIA SOCIETY OF CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS (1999 to Present) BETA ALPHA PSI, The National Accounting Fraternity (Beta Theta, May 1972 to Present) DELTA SIGMA PI, Professional Business Fraternity

Faculty Advisor, Texas A&M University (Lambda Nu, May 2011 to Present)

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TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY MAYS BUSINESS SCHOOL DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING

College Station, TX Summer 2007 to Present Rank: SENIOR LECTURER

Years of Service: 6

COURSES TAUGHT

Undergraduate

ACCT 229 Introductory Accounting – Financial ACCT 405 Income Tax

ACCT 426 Taxation of Low-Income Filers ACCT 450 Accounting Ethics

ACCT 408 Internal Audit (guest lecturer, “Internal Audit and Sarbanes-Oxley”) ACCT 410 Fraud Examination (guest lecturer, “Legal Aspects of Fraud Examination”) Graduate

ACCT 640 Accounting Concepts and Procedures I ACCT 680 Tax Research and Policy

ACCT 650 Accounting Ethics

SERVICE ACTIVITIES Mays Business School

• Faculty Senate, Mays Caucus leader

• Mays Executive Committee, faculty representative • Business Careers Awareness Program, faculty

• African-American Business Society/National Association of Black Accountants, advisor • Delta Sigma Pi, professional business fraternity, advisor

University

• Faculty Senate, Mays representative

• Faculty Senate, Executive Committee member

• Faculty Senate, member of Legislative Affairs and Planning Committees, and Diversity Subcommittee • Faculty Senate, representative for commencement

• Honor Council, Mays representative

• Black Faculty Alliance, Steering Committee member

• African-American Professional Organization, Finance Committee Chair

• African-American Professional Organization Lecture Series presentation, “The Real Boston Tea Party: Too Big to Fail, Tax Cut, and AstroTurf”

Community

• Blinn College, Achieving the Dream: Community Colleges Count, minority student retention advisory group, member • United Way of the Brazos Valley

• Community Impact Award recipient • Community Assessment Team member

• City of College Station, Consolidated Plan Discussion Group member

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VALPARAISO UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW

Valparaiso, IN 1999 to 2003 Rank: ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF LAW

Years of Service: 4

COURSES TAUGHT

Business Associations Law and Accounting Corporate Finance Securities Regulation Trusts and Estates

Continuing legal education courses in estate planning and in business entities

SERVICE ACTIVITIES Law School

• Minority Law Students Association, advisor • Admissions Committee, member and recruiter • Computer Committee, member

• Ad Hoc Committee on Bar Passage, member • Faculty Appointments Committee, member

• On-Campus Interviews Special Committee, member • Honor Court, justice

• Task Force on the Use of Computers in Exams, chair

• Ad Hoc Committee on Diversity Recruiting Program, member

• Continuing Education Program, developer and presenter of courses on estate planning and limited liability companies

University

Books and Coffee, High and Might: SUVs -- The World’s Most Dangerous Vehicles and How They Got That Way, book review presenter

Community

• Porter County Hospital System Investigating Committee, chair • Community Reads: To Kill a Mockingbird, discussion panel member • La-Porter Federal Credit Union, board member

THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY PENN STATE DICKINSON SCHOOL OF LAW

Carlisle, PA (1996 to 1997) Rank: VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF LAW

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COURSES TAUGHT

Taxation

Law and Accounting Business Planning

Family Law Clinic (guest lecturer, “Income Tax Aspects of Family Law”)

SERVICE ACTIVITIES

• Minority Law Students Association, advisor • Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program, advisor

• MLSA Martin Luther King Day Celebration, keynote speaker • Securities Law Moot Court team practice sessions, Justice • ATLA Junior Trial Competition, Judge

• Public Interest Law Fellowship Selection Committee, member

UNIVERSITY OF WEST LOS ANGELES SCHOOL OF LAW Inglewood, CA (1991 to 1996, 1997 to 1999) Rank: PROFESSOR Years of Service: 7 COURSES TAUGHT Corporations Contracts Commercial Law Wills and Trusts Taxation

SERVICE ACTIVITIES Law School

• Faculty Senate, chair

• Black Law Students Association, advisor

• Ad Hoc Committee on University Technology, Co Chair • Personnel Committee, member

• Student teaching assistant program, coordinator • Academic Council, chair

• Dean Search Committee, member

• Admissions, Academic Standards & Curriculum Committee, member

School of Paralegal Studies

• Interim dean

University

• Interim Vice President of Administration • Commencement keynote speaker

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PUBLICATIONS

MISAPPLICATION OF THE ATTORNEY MALPRACTICE PARADIGM TO LITIGATION SERVICES: "SUIT WITHIN A SUIT" SHORTCOMINGS COMPEL WITNESS IMMUNITY FOR EXPERTS, 25 Pepperdine Law Review 1 (1997) (lead

article)

• Cited in the following cases:

• Marrogi v. Howard, 248 F.3d 382 (5th Cir. 2001), by the United States Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit, as the source for “strong arguments of law and policy” that expert witnesses should have absolute immunity from malpractice lawsuits. • Marrogi v. Howard, 2001-1106 (La. 1/15/02), 805 So.2d 1118 (2002), by the Supreme Court of Louisiana

• Davis ex rel. Davis v. Wallace, 211 W.Va. 264, 565 S.E.2d 386 (2002), by the Supreme Court of West Virginia • Worth Reading, The National Law Journal, June 29, 1998 at A20

ACCOUNT ABILITY: READING THE NEW GUIDE ON CPA REPORTING, Los Angeles Daily Journal & San Francisco

Daily Journal (The Practitioner: Expert Witnesses), May 5, 1997, at 7

MEMBER OF THE CLUB: REFLECTIONS ON LIFE IN A RACIALLY POLARIZED WORLD, 27 University of West Los

Angeles Law Review 587 (1996) (review of book by Lawrence Otis Graham)

AUDITORS AND THE IRS SUMMONS: USING ATTORNEY-CLIENT PRIVILEGE AND WORK PRODUCT DOCTRINE TO PROTECT THE ANALYSIS OF CONTINGENT TAX LIABILITY, 4 Boston University Journal of Tax Law 25 (Winter

1986)

OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

KELLER GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT OF DEVRY UNIVERSITY – Online (2004 to 2010)

SENIOR FACULTY - Taught online graduate accounting courses

• Federal Income Tax Management • Accounting Fraud Examination

HONDROS COLLEGE – Holland, OH (June 2004 to 2007)

ADJUNCT FACULTY - Taught undergraduate and continuing education law and ethics courses for real estate agents THE UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO – Toledo, OH (2003)

PART-TIME INSTRUCTOR - Taught HIST 3250/AFST 3250, African-American History to 1865 MICHIGAN STATE BOARD OF LAW EXAMINERS (1996 and 1998)

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LAW PRACTICE EXPERIENCE ADAM MYERS, ESQ., CPA – Los Angeles, CA (1991 to 1999)

ATTORNEY AND CPA provided accounting, tax, consulting, and legal services to individuals and small businesses AMERICAN ARBITRATION ASSOCIATION – Los Angeles, CA (1992 to 1999)

ARBITRATOR - Resolved commercial and securities disputes

INSTRUCTOR - Taught “Arbitration Advocacy for Attorneys” course O'MELVENY & MYERS – Century City, CA (1989 to 1991)

SENIOR ATTORNEY - Advised clients, negotiated terms, and prepared complex documents (including public offering

and private placement disclosure documents) in connection with business transactions, including securities and franchising transactions, purchases and sales of businesses, and formation of corporations, joint ventures, and partnerships

THELEN, MARRIN, JOHNSON & BRIDGES – San Francisco and Los Angeles, CA (1985 to 1989)

ATTORNEY - Drafted documents and performed due diligence in connection with merger and acquisition, securities,

franchising, and corporate finance transactions

SCHNADER, HARRISON, SEGAL & LEWIS – Philadelphia, PA (Summer 1984)

SUMMER ASSOCIATE

ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA – Philadelphia, PA (1979 to 1982)

CHIEF DEPUTY CONTROLLER (top official appointed by the elected Controller) - Approved, and managed audits

of, all contracts and expenditures of the city and county • TRUSTEE, Philadelphia Board of Pensions and Retirement

Ex officio trustee of public employee pension system

Investment Committee member

 Participated in selection of first investment advisors  Personally corrected investment policy

 Designed insured mortgage pool investment to increase portfolio yield • Hearing officer - Resolved pension disputes

COMMISSIONER, Philadelphia Gas Commission - Ex officio voting member of board of natural gas utility NATIONAL RAILWAY UTILIZATION CORPORATION – Philadelphia, PA and Greenville, SC (1979)

DIRECTOR OF ACCOUNTING - Immediately after initial public offering, designed, implemented, and supervised

financial reporting systems for leasing, manufacturing, shipping, and management company

INTERIM ASSISTANT CONTROLLER - Managed of accounting operations and executed disbursements

INTERIM OPERATIONS DIVISION MANAGER - Managed boxcar manufacturing PNC FINANCIAL CORPORATION – Philadelphia, PA (1976 to 1979)

DIRECTOR OF ACCOUNTING - Managed preparation of financial reports to regulators, management, and

shareholders

ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT AND DEPUTY AUDITOR

• Developed internal audit approach and internal audit procedures for bank holding company and subsidiaries • Authored and taught initial formal internal audit training program

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