List of publications 

(Chronological order)

  • Thad M. Guyer, The Legacy of the Obama Administrative Review Board: Jurisdiction and Protected Activity Under Sylvester v. Paraxel, Practicing Law Institute, New York (2017)
  • Thad M. Guyer, The Dark Side of Peacekeeping: Immunity Regimes Obstructing Remedies for Victims of Sexual Abuse and Exploitation by United Nations Peacekeepers, American Bar Association Section of International Law (2016)
  • Thad M. Guyer, Financial Services and the Trans Pacific Partnership: Whistleblower and Corruption Challenges in the Vietnamese and Asian Banking and Finance Industries, American Bar Association Section of Labor & Employment Law ( (2016)
  • Thad M. Guyer, “The Long Arm of U.S. Regulators and Courts Reach Outside of the United States: Extraterritoriality of U.S. Whistleblower Laws Into Vietnam”, Government Accountability Project, Vietnam (2015)
  • Thad M. Guyer, Why Whistleblower Advocates Think Their Clients are Always Right– Even When They Lose, Thomson Reuters 4th Annual Corporate Whistleblowing Forum (2015)
  • Thad M. Guyer and Nikolaus F. Peterson, The Current State of Whistleblower Law in Europe: A Report by the Government Accountability Project, (April 2013) 
  • Thad M. Guyer and Melissa Koven, Understanding and Handling the Complex “SOX Plus One” Whistleblower Claim, National Employment Lawyers Association (September 2013)
  • Thad M. Guyer, Employee Whistleblower Claims Under SOX and Dodd-Frank, Whistleblower Perspective, Strafford Publications (October 2012)
  • Thad M. Guyer, Final Dodd-Frank Whistleblower Rules: Are you prepared?, Law Seminars International ( (June 15, 2011)
  • Thad M. Guyer, “Surviving Garcetti v. Ceballos”, 2007 Spring Seminar Representing Workers In Whistleblower & Retaliation Actions, Published by National Employment Lawyers Association (March 2007)
  • Thad M. Guyer and Stephani L. Ayers, “The Dimensions of Sarbanes-Oxley Federal Question Jurisdiction”, Practicing Law Institute, 718 PLI/Lit 331 (January 2005)
  • Thad M. Guyer, “Averting E-mail Disaster”, Jan. 2003, 36 Jan JTLATRIAL 12, Association of Trial Lawyers of America, reprinted from Oregon Bar Bulletin, “Email and Horror: The critical need for e-mail redundancy( (July 2002)
  • Thad M. Guyer, “Behind the Technology Curve: Affordable Solutions for Lawyers without Lots of Money”, Washington State Bar News, February 2003 (
  • Robert S. Catz & Thad M. Guyer, “Federal in Forma Pauperis Litigation: In Search of Judicial Standards”, 31 Rutgers L. Rev. 655 (1979), cited in Case, J.,  90 KYLJ 701 Kentucky Law Journal,  “Pro Se Litigants at the Summary Judgment Stage”.
  • Thad M. Guyer, Survey of Local Civil Discovery Procedures,  (Fed. Judicial Center 1977), cited in Edward F. Sherman, Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law, “The Evolution of American Civil Trial Process:  Towards Greater Congruence with Continental Practice”, Spring 1999; and “Report to the President and the Attorney General”, 80 F.R.D. 509 January 22, 1979
  • Thad M. Guyer and Debra F. Lee, “The Ethics of Poor Law Firm Management in the Legal Services System”, 13 Clearinghouse Rev. 484 (1979), cited in “Conceiving a Lawyer’s Duty to the Poor”, 19 Hofstra Law Review 885  Summer, 1991