Writing Samples

Through the course of his career, Jon Bari has written extensively on a variety of subject matters, industries, businesses, cases and governmental policies.  While many of Mr. Bari’s more recent written works for his expert witness services are subject to some form of confidentiality agreement or protective order limiting disclosure, some of Mr. Bari’s publicly available writing samples include:

Identity Theft
Preventing Risk From Becoming Reality

White Papers
Catavault Technical White Paper, January 2002.

Open Sesame White Paper - Online Identification & Authentication Federations, January 25, 2002.

Comments of Catavault on the Revised Proposed Final Judgment in the United States v. Microsoft Corporation Antitrust Settlement. United States of America (Plaintiff) v. Microsoft Corporation (Defendant); State of New York, ex rel. Attorney General Eliot Spitzer, et al.,(Plaintiffs) v. Microsoft Corporation (Defendant); January 2002.

Note: Mr. Bari authored one of the 47 Tunney Act comments that were deemed as "major" by the United States Department of Justice.  In total, there were 34,000 comments filed, but less than 0.1% of the comments received were deemed as major by the Department of Justice.

Catavault's Comments to the Federal Trade Commission in the Matter of Microsoft Corporation on the Agreement Containing the Consent Order, September 5, 2002

The Constitutional Walking Tour of Philadelphia
The Constitutional Walking Tour of Philadelphia Memorandum - Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment, August 2003.

Testimony on Tour Guide Licensing by Jonathan Bari and Leslie Bari, The Constitutional Walking Tour of Philadelphia, Philadelphia City Council, May 10, 2007.
The Constitutional Walking Tour Blog

National Park Service Blog - Commercial Visitor Services

Liberty Alliance Specifications
Liberty Alliance's "Liberty Architecture Overview, Version 1.1" on federated networked identity and federated e-commerce, January 15, 2003.

Note that Catavault was one of the 43 named copyright holders and contributing companies to the development of this Specification (along with American Express Travel Related Services, AOL, Bank of America, Bell Canada, Cisco, Citigroup, MasterCard International, PricewaterhouseCoopers, VeriSign, RSA Security, SAP AG, Sun Microsystems, etc.), and that Jonathan Bari was Catavault's president at that time.