Paul M. Neuhauser

Paul Neuhauser


Professor of Law Emeritus

Biographical Information

Professor Neuhauser joined the faculty of the College of Law in 1963. Prior to that he was in private practice with the New York City law firm of Simpson, Thatcher & Bartlett. A former Associate Dean of the College of Law, he was also Director of the College of Law's Summer Program in International and Comparative Law. In addition to his regular courses in the corporate law field, he teaches a course in Comparative Corporation Law. He also has been active in using United States corporation law to influence American corporations doing business in South Africa and in various other nations that deny human rights. Professor Neuhauser is a member of the Iowa and New York bars.


Book Chapters

Paul M. Neuhauser, “Hearings on Corporate Governance Traced to Rising Tide of Concern,” in SEC ‘78. New York: New York Law Journal Press, 1978, at 171, 5 pages.
Paul M. Neuhauser, “The SEC’s Shareholder Proposal Rule and International Human Rights,” in International Human Rights Law and Practice, edited by James C. Tuttle. Chicago: American Bar Association, Section of International Law, 1978, at 141, 8 pages.


Paul M. Neuhauser, “Facilitating Shareholder Communications,” 17 Journal of Corporation Law 213 (1991), 9 pages.
Paul M. Neuhauser, “The Two-Step Method of Valuation: One Step Backwards?” 51 Iowa Law Review 321 (1966), 64 pages.
Paul M. Neuhauser, “Privy Council Regulation of Trade Under James I,” 50 Iowa Law Review 1032 (1965), 42 pages.


Paul M. Neuhauser, Statement before the Securities and Exchange Commission hearing on “One Share, One Vote,” December 16, 1986.
Paul M. Neuhauser, South Africa: Hearings before the Subcommittee on African Affairs of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, 94th Congress, 2d Session 644 (1978) (statement of Paul M. Neuhauser), 7 pages.