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Guido Calabresi – 2011

Guido Calabresi – 2011

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Government Act 1978 
Rev. 112012 
FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2011 U.S.C. opp. JOI-II/) Person Reporting (last name, first, middle initial) Calabresi, Guido Court Organization U.S. Court Appeals, 2nd Cir Dnte Report 07/18/2012 Title (Article ill judges ind icate active senior status; magistrate judges indicate full-or part-time) U.S. Court Appeals Judge, Senior Status Sa. Report Type (check approprinte type) Nomination Date Initial [Z] Annual Final Reporting Period 01/01/2011 12/3112011 
Sb. Amended Report Chambers Office Address 
U.S. Court Appeals, 2nd Cir 157 Church Street New Haven, 06510-2030 
IMPORTANT NOTES: The instructions accompa11ying this form must followed. Complete all parts, clzecking tlze NONE box for eaclz part wlzere you have reportable information. Insert signature last page. POSIT! ONS. (Reporting intlivitlual only; see pp. 9-13 filing instructions.) NONE (No reportable positions.) 
POSITION NAME ORGANIZATION/ENTITY Sterling Professor Emeritus, Professorial Lecturer Yale Law School, 11/01/1995 -present Honary Trustee -Unpaid Carolyn Foundation, MN, 01/01/1996-present Member, Scientific Committee-Unpaid Centro Nazionale Prevenzione Difesa Sociale, 1988 -present Member -Unpaid International University College, Turin Board, 2007 -present 
 
II. AGREEMENTS. (Reporting intlivitlual only; see pp. 14-16 filing instructions.) NONE (No reportable agreements.) 
 
PARTIES AND TERMS Present Right Professorial Lecturer, Yale University, upon retirement (See Attachments and 
Present Right use accumulated (approximately $500) research and travel fund, Yale University, even after retirement 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Name Person Reporting 
Date Report 
Calabresi, Guido 
07/18/2012 
IIJ. N-JNVESTJ.1ENT INC J.1E, (Reporting individual and spouse; see pp. 17-24 filing instructions.) Filers Non-Investment Income NONE (No reportable non-investment income.) SOURCE AND TYPE INCOME 2011 	Yale University -part-time teaching 2011 Yale University Press -royalties for previously written book $576.77 2011 W.W. Norton Co. -royalties for previously written book $182.51 2011 Authors Registry -Copyright payments for previously written books, etc. $208.05 2011 Harvard University Press -royalties for previously written book $181.31 Spouse Non-Investment Income 
-If you were married during any portion the reporting year, complete this section. (Dollar amount not required except for honoraria.) 
[{] NONE (No reportable non-investment income.) 
 
SOURCE AND TYPE 
 
 
IV. REJJV[BURSEJ.1ENTS -transportation, lodging,food, enterlfrinmen {Includes those spouse and dependent children; see pp. 25-27 filing instructions.) NONE (No reportable reimbursements.) ITEMS PAID PROVIDED 	 
Centro Nazionale 01/18/11 Milan, Italy Academic Meeting Travel Prevenzione Difesa 	 
Academia dei Lincci, 01/20/11 -01/21/11 Rome, Italy Lecture Travel, food, lodging Consiglio Nazionale Forense 	 
Yale University Law School 01/31/11 New Haven, Lecture Travel 	 
Senoia Normale Pisa; 03/03/11 Pisa, Italy Lecture Travel, food, lodging Bocconi University Milan 
 
 
 
 
 
Dntc Report 
Nnmc Person Reporting 
Calabrcsi, Guido 
07/18/2012 Centro Nazionale Prevenzione Difensa 03/07/11 Milan, Italy Academic Meeting Travel Aspen Institute Italia 03/11/11 -03/12/11 Cemobbio, Italy Academic Meeting Travel, food, lodging Yale University Law School 04/10/11 New Haven, Class Party Food Yale University Law School 4/20/11 New Haven, Academic Meeting Travel International University College; Aspen Institute, Italia 05/l /11 -05/19/11 Turin, Italy Lectures Travel, food, lodging 
JO. Canadian Institute for Advanced Legal Studies 07/10/11-07/12/11 Cambridge, England Lecture Travel, food, lodging 
11. Istituto Italiano Cultura 09/20/11 New York, Lecture Travel 
 
12. 	CARIPLO Foundatio, Centro 10/27/11 -10/28/11 Milan, Italy Lecture Travel, food, lodging Nazionale Prevenzione Difesa 
University Florence 11/04/11 Florence, Italy Lecture Travel, food 
14. 	 
Yale University Law School 11/07/11 Woodbridge, Class Picnic Food 
 
15. 	 
Aspen Institute, Italia 11/18/11 -11/19/11 Florence, Italy Academic Meeting Travel, food, lodging GIFTS. (Includes those spouse and dependent children; see pp. 28-31 
 
instructions.) 
[{] NONE (No reportable gifts.) 
SOURCE DESCRIPTION VALUE 
 
 
VI. LIABILITIES. {Includes those spouse and dependent children; see pp. 32-33 filing instructions.) 
[{] NONE (No reportable liabilities.) 
 
CREDITOR DESCRIPTION VALUE CODE 
 
 
 
 
 
 
VII. INVESTMENTS and TRUSTS -income, value, transactions (Includes those spouse and dependent children: see pp. 34-60 filing instructions.J NONE (No reportable income, assets, transactions.) 
Description Assets Income during Gross value end Transactions during reporting period (including trust assets) reporting period reporting period 
(1) (2) (1) (2) (3) 
(5) 
Place 11(X)11 after each asset 
exempt from prior disclosure 
Value 	Value Type (e.g., Date Value Gain Identity 
Amount 	Type (c.g,, 
Code 
div., rent, 
Code 	Method buy, sell, 
mm/dd/yy 
Code2 
Code 
buyer/seller 
(J-P) 	Code3 redemption) (J-P) (A-H) (ifprivate (Q-W) transaction) 
(A-H) Int.) Income Gain Codes: 1,000 less s1.001 -s2,soo =$2,501 -SS,000 =SS,001 -SlS,000 ESIS,001  SS0,000 
(See Columns and D4) =SS0,001 -SI00,000 =Sl00,001 -Sl,000,000 =Sl,000,001 -SS,000,000 =More than S51000,000 Value Codes =S15,000 less K=S!S,OOl -SS0,000 =SS0,001-SIOO,OOO 00,00 $250,000 
(See Columns and 03) =$250,001 -SS00,000 =$500,001 -Sl,000,000 =Sl,000,001-s5,000,000 =S5,000,00I -S25,000,000 =SlS,000,001 -SS0,000,000 =More than $50,000,000 Value Method Codes (See Column C2) QuAppraisnl =Book Value =Cost (Real Estate Only) V=Other =Assessment =Estimated Cash Mnrkct 
 
 
 
VII. INVESTMENTS and TRUSTS --income, value, transactions r1nc111des t11ose spouse and dependent c11ildren1 see pp. 34-60 filing instructions.; NONE (No reportable income, assets, transactions.) 
Description Assets Income during Gross value end Transactions during reporting period 
(including trust assets) reporting period ofreporting period 
 
(I) 
(2) (2) 
(1) 
(2) (3) (5) Place 11(X)11 after each asset 
exempt from prior disclosure 
Amount Type(e.g., 
Value Value Type (e.g., Date Value Gain Identity 
Code 
Code Method buy, sell, mm/dd/yy Code Code 
div., rent, 
buyer/seller 
(J-P) Code3 redemption) 
(A-H) int.) 
(A-H) (if private 
(Q-W) 
transaction) Income Gain Codes: =Sl,000 less =Sl,001 -$2,500 =$2,501 -S5,000 =S5,001 15,000 =SlS,00 -$50,000 
(Sec Columns 1md 04) F=S50,00! -$100,000 =SIOO,OOI -Sl,000,000 =Sl,000,001 -SS,000,000 =More than SS,000,000 Value Codes S,000 less -SIS,001 -S50,000 =S50,00 -SI 00,000 =SI 00,00 -$250,000 
(See Columns and DJ) =S250,00 -$500,000 =S500,001-Sl,000,000 =s1,ooo,001 -s5,ooo.ooo =S5,ooo,001 -s25,ooo.ooo =S25,000,00I -S50,000,000 =More than S50,000,000 Value Method Codes =Appraisal R=Cost (Real Estate Only) =Assessment =Cash Market 
(See Column C2) =Book Value V=Other =Estimated 
 
 
 
Nome Person Reporting Dote Report 
VII. INVESTMENTS and TRUSTS -income, Mi/le, transactions (Includes I/lose spouse and dependent children; see pp. 34-60 filing instructions.) NONE (No reportable income, assets, transactions.) 
Description Assets Income during Gross value end Transactions during reporting period including trust assets) reporting period reporting period 
 
 
 
Value Value Type(e.g., Dato Value Gain Identity 
Amount Type(e.g., 
Code div., rent, 
Code2 Method 
{!) (2) 
(1) 
(!) (2) (3) (4) (5) Place 11(X)11 after each asset 
exempt from prior disclosure buy, sell, mm/dd/yy Code2 Code buyer/seller 
(A-H) int.) Code3 redemption) 
(J-P) 
(A-II) private 
(Q-W) 
transaction) 
 
Bank America (common) @Merrill Dividend Lynch 
 
50. Trust #6, income beneficiary Int./Div. Pl. 
--Grantham, Mayo, Van Otterloo (mutual funds) Income Gain Codes: ,000 Jess =Sl,001 -S2,SOO C=S2,501 -SS,000 =SS,001 -Sl5,000 15,00 -SS0,000 
(See Columns and 04) F=SS0,001 -Sl00,000 =Sl00,001 -Sl,000,000 =Sl,000,001 -SS,000,000 =More than SS,000,000 Value Codes =SlS,000 less K-Sl5,00I -SS0,000 L=SS0,001-S!OO,OOO =SI 00,00  S250,000 
(Sec Columns and DJ) =S250,001 -5500,000 ssoo,001 -s1,ooo.ooo =Sl,000,001-sS,000,000 =ss.000.001 -s2s.ooo.ooo =S25,000,001 -SS0,000,000 =More than s50,000,000 Value Method Codes =Appraisal =Cos! (Real Estn!c Only) =Assessment =Cash Market 
(See Column C2) Book Value V=Othcr =Estimated 
 
 
Nnme Person Reporting Report 
Calabresi, Guido 
07/18/2012 
VII. INVESTMENTS and TRUSTS -income, value, transactions (lncl11des I/lose ofspo11se and dependent children; see pp. 34-60 filing inslmctions.) NONE (No reportable income, assets, 01 transactions.) 
Description Assets Income during Gross value end Transactions during reporting period 
(including trust assets) reporting period ofreporting period 
 
 
(l) 
(2) (I) (2) (3) 
(4) (5) 
Place 11(X)11 after each asset 
exempt from prior disc]osure 
Value Value Type(o.g,, Dato Value Gain Identity 
Amount Type(o.g., 
Code div., rent, 
Code2 Method 
buy, sell, mm/dd/yy Codo2 Code buyer/seller 
(A-H) int.) 
(J-P) Code3 redemption) 
(A-H) (if private 
(Q-W) transaction) 
52. American Funds: Investment Co. America (mutual fund) Dividend 
53. Citigroup Inc. (common) @Merrill Lynch Dividend Income Gain Codes: =Sl,000 orless =Sl,001 -S2,SOO =S2,SO -SS,000 =SS,001 -SIS,000 B=S!S,OOl SS0,000 
(See Columns and D4) F=S50,001-SIOO,OOO =SI00,001 -Sl,000,000 =Sl,OOO,OOl -S5,000,000 More than SS,000,000 Value Codes =SI 5,000 Jess K=SJ5,0Dl -SSO,OOO =SS0,001 -SI00,000 =SIOO,OOt -S250,000 
(See Columns nnd DJ) =S250,00I -SS00,000 =SS00,00 1,000,000 =Sl,000,001-SS,000,000 =SS,000,001 -S25,000,000 =S25,000,00I -SS0,000,000 =More than SS0,000,000 Value Method Codes Q=Appraisal =Cost (Real Estate Only) =Assessment T=Cash Market 
(See Column C2) -Book Value V=Other =Estimated 
 
 
 
 
Name Person Reporting 
Dntc Roport 
Calabresi, Guido 
07/18/2012 
VIII. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION EXPLANATIONS. (Jmlicate partofreport.) Part POSITIONS Line 4-Assets the Carolyn Foundation are not listed because position Trustee Honarary only. have functional responsibilities with regard the 
foundation. 
Part VII INVESTMENTS AND TRUSTS 
 
Part VII Asset #14 was formerly known the First American Mid Cap Core Fund, The name changed during 2011 Nuveen Mid Cap Select Fund. 
Part VII Assets #15 and #26 were formerly known the First American International Fund. The name changed during 2011 Nuveen International Fund. 
Part VII Asset #16 and #27 were formerly known the First American International Select Fund. The name changed during 2011 Nuveen International Select 
Fund. 
 
Part VII Asset #24 was formerly known the First American Small Cap Fund. The name changed during 2011 Nuveen Small Cap Fund. 
 
 
Income was earned and not distributed. 
Trust (Asset #50) Part VII Charitable Remainder Uni trust established 
beneficiaries during our lives years, whichever longer. The trustee instructed invest the money widely diversified mutual money market funds. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IX. CERTIFICATION. certify that all information given above (including information pertaining spouse and minor dependent children, any) accurate, true, and complete the best knowledge and belief, and that any information not reported was withheld because met applicable statutory provisions permitting non-disclosure. further certify that earned income from outside employment and honoraria and the acceptance gifts which have been reported are compliance with the provisions U.S.C. app.  501 et. seq., U.S.C.  7353, and Judicial Conference regulations. 
 
Signature: Guido Calabresi 
NOTE: ANY INDIVIDUAL WHO KNOWINGLY AND WILLFULLY FALSIFIES FAILS FILE THIS REPORT MAY SUBJECT CIVIL AND CRIMINAL SANCTIONS U.S.C. app.  104) 
 
Committee Financial Disclosure Administrative Office the United States Courts Suite 2-301 One Columbus Circle, N.E. Washington, D.C. 20544 
 
 
 
 
 
Tenured members 0 the Faculty upon retirement may elect: continue teaching and oth activities the School part:-time basis. accor dance with usual curricular ocesses retired professors may teach one half time less. Facul members electing teach half time may offer one course each semester the academic year or, arrangement with the Dean, two urses one erm followed term which they oer 
courses. The part-time privileges and responsibilities will continue without term, but sub ject the standards for continUJ1.tion applied non-retired, 
 
tenured facul members. 
 
 
 
Retired faculty lllUSt take reduced teaching assignment within two years date their retirement and may not interrupt t:hair teaching for longer than two academic years without forfeiting their appointments. Retired facul who elect teach part-time will designated Professorial 
Lec turer Appropriate compensation for part-time teaching determined 
 
the Dean. 
 
 
After ement faculty continue receive 
forms support. The support may whe ther facul member 
continues teach. 
Offi ces. 
Upon retirement faculty members will leave the larger 
offices that they may occupy and will lose their position the office 
eniority list, but vill provided other office spac 
Secretari.al 
Retired faculty will continue receive secretarial reduced general, Professorial Lecturers would usual 
for full time faculty. 
Retired faculty who continue teach can granted proportionate the amount teaching tey are doing (e.g. 
who teaching course semester could ceive semester triennial leave every three years. Pay for the leave would equal .t:o the amount that the faculty arember would have received for teaching that 
 
 
 
 
---- ... ..-... va.:> 
!ro.tessorial Lacturar.s are ar: the r:he 
discrer:ion dean the approval the ProvoMc. 
Recired facult:y may carry for-Ward chair scheduled leaves from pre-reciremenc, only the timing cha next leave due, vhich musc onform the tipulacion above (e.g. faculty member who had leave for two years prior recirement and who started teaching course semesr:er after reciremenc would eligible for paid leave the second semester retirement, buc the p.a.y would the amount: che salary that would have  
been paid for teaching course that semescer). 
Summer St:Lpend.s 
Retj.red faculty are not 6ligible for _,ummer _,tipends. 
Research A.s.si.scant.s 
Ret:irad faculty may receive the srune type re.s earch support full time f.acul ty. Requests for research assi.s1:ants and travel musc submitted the den for approval. Other support requests 
computers. duplicating,, ate. -would processed through existing adtiliniscrative procedures with non-rout:ine approval being referred the dean. General upport: from the library and its scaff will available. Book purchase request:s should direct:ed t:o che Librarian. All these proc edures are ident:ic.al those place for full time faculty. 
Salary 
 
 
Salary will negotiated individually with the dean but general guideline Profe.ssorial Lecl:llrers who teach course each 3emast:er aft:er ret:irement: will receive one quart: cheir pre-recirement sal ary Th.at: salary will rev,1.ewed annually and Professorial Lact:urers will eligible for increases. Increases will generally limit:ed cha University figure for tenured faculty. 
University Benefits 
 
Ganer.al 
 
 
University efits hinge wher:her the faculty aiember half time tacre, which defined precisely 50:Z: aiore. 
Retirement Cont:ribution 
 
1he Law School ill make contributions retiramenr: 
fw-ids for Professorial Lect:u.rers che exr:ent possibl given the Universitys 
formula for completion contribut:ions retirement funds. The operacion the formula can vary individual, but: highly likaly t:hat La:w School 
faculty rving Professorial. Lecturers will have completed ccnr:ribur:ions 
retirement funds prior serving Professorial Lecrurers. 
For faculty who had fifteen years .service Yal prior July 1993, 
,com:::ribui::ions ret:ire111ent:: account::s the regular annual formula will nor: ceas beora age 
70. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Medical Benefits 
Yale faculty with years 0 service are igible for post:-rerirement medical coverage comparable that provided full time faculty. Faculty with less than years service receive 
pro rat:a benefit: based years service. The coverage, while comparable, different: esi gned t:ake adv antage Medicare beneits. Faculty 
who are classified 50% mor are eligible for the regular faclllty health 
coverage 
Under current policy faculty mber .is clas sifi SOI more, she not: eligible for retirement: health coverage even she meets 1:he age Ollld term service requirement:s becall!?.e Hedicare regulations st:ipula1:a t:ha.t anyone who entitled regular health benefits from their employer wust receive that benefit raher than Medicare tired faculty list:ad 50% more would covered Wider the regular f.acul medical plan. 
OE1nta1. Insurance 
There University contribution the Dental 
Plan, but: till the plan available only faculty who ara half time 
more. 
 
Long-term Disability 
Faculty class ified 50% more are eligible for 
coverage under the Universitys long-term dis ability program. The benefits 
that program termiruLte age 70. 
Flexible Benefits 
 
The University equir th.at faculty ioom ber 
unplayed SOI mart! participate the flexible benefits program. 
 
GKoup Life Insurance 
Faculty member lllB.Y part:icipate the group life 
insurance plan etnployed half time aiore. em-ployed less than half 
time, the group lif1 insurance can converted whole life policy 
 
 
Bnefits Dollars 
Faculty working hal. time I110re ive $27 per 
month which can appliedco faculty paid benefits accepted taxable 
income. 
 
 
Scholarship Plan for Sons and Daughters 
The benefit available all retired facult:y who 
meet the lengt:h service requirement: six con tinuous years prior .receiving the benefit four continuous yea.rs prior and eight years tot:al. 
service.  
 
For faculty who retire a.t a,ge over with a.t: lea.st years service and before the normal rati,tement age 10 wil.l ba eligible receive from the University cash benefit.. The benefit: equals. 60% th.a participants three year final averae salary pl.us for each yea senrica 
with t:he University over 15, or, i less, the cunt t:hat: would --Fquirad purchase. anmrlty that would bridge the difarence bet:veen the annuity which could purchased wit:h the participants Yale rl!tirem.ent .a.ccoiin:t bal..ance .at 
the dat:e.of early n1tirement: and theannuity which could with that account balancu projected (at 4%) t:o norma..1 reciremant age.-For the purpose the foregoing, J110unt.s the account balance exceas six 
 
times salary will bt1 tllXc.luded for the calculations. 
 sending lhis follow-up the telephone conversation had 
about teach ing iover the next years. When went senior judge, 
Harold asked would willing give the Professorial 
Lectureship arrangement that was place, and which had tal