On Computer Information Transaction and Electronic Communications:

"Of Gold Mines and Land Mines - Protecting Online Communications," Chapter 14, Securities in the Electronic Age, Glasser LegalWorks (1st, 2nd and 3rd Editions);

"Update on E-Commerce - Jurisdiction" and "Update on E-Commerce - Privacy", New York State Bar Journal, Vol. 6, No. 1, Spring, 2002;

Open Letter Comment to Federal Trade Commission regarding its High-Tech Warranty Project, September 11, 2000; The comment is organized along different lines from the Commission’s questions. Accordingly, a Cross Reference Sheet was provided to assist the Commission in finding answers to the specific questions it asked in its Notice.

"E-Mail Privacy: An Oxymoron?," The Nebraska Law Review (Autumn, 1999);

"UCITA: Helping David Face Goliath," The John Marshal Journal of Computer and Information Law vol. 18, No. 2 (Winter, 1999, published July, 2000);

"E-Mail Ethics for Attorney-Client Communications: Comments on ABA Opinion Regarding Unencrypted Internet E-Mail," The Professional Lawyer, American Bar Association Center for Professional Responsibility (Spring, 1999);

"Decloaking Development Contracts," The John Marshall Journal of Computer & Information Law (Winter, 1998);

"E-Mail Ethics on Intranets," wallstreetlawyer.com (July, 1997);

Additional articles for The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, The Professional Lawyer, The New Jersey Lawyer, etc.

On Corporate Management:

"What To Do Before the Hold Arises and Before the Case Comes In: Some thoughts on Approaching Creation of an ESI Policy", Corporate Counsel Program on E-Discovery, New York State Bar Association Annual Meeting, January 28, 2009, New York, NY;

With Karen L. Valihura, "Is Dual Service Unethical?," The Professional Lawyer, American Bar Association Center for Professional Responsibility (Winter, 1999);

"The Lawyer as Director: Pros and Potential Pitfalls of Dual Service," The Business Lawyer (February, 1998);

"Managing Web Site Risks Effectively," wallstreetlawyer.com, Inaugural Issue, June, 1997;

"Positioning for Litigation: Preserving Corporate Confidentiality and the Attorney-Client Privilege," presentation and panel discussion, American Bar Association Business Law Section Spring Meeting, March 1995, San Antonio, TX (Updated February 2000);

On Hedge Funds:

"$1 Trillion in the Side Pocket –Avoiding and Resolving Hedge Fund Disputes," Wall Street Lawyer, June, 2007, Vol. 11, No. 6;

On Protecting Intellectual Property:

"Internet Roadshows: Consider Copyright," wallstreetlawyer.com (April, 1998);

"Free Speech, Fair Use and the Joys of Sects: The Evolving Scope of Copyright Protection on the Internet," The DataLaw Report, November, 1996;

Selected Presentations:

"Avoiding and Resolving Hedge Fund Disputes", New York State Bar Association, Committee on Securities Regulation, New York City, July 18, 2007;

"Free Speech, Fair Use and Fostering Creativity", Farmingdale State University of New York Symposium on Creativity, Stony Brook, New York, April, 2003;

Symposium on Cyberspace Law Issues, "Email Privacy: An Oxymoron?", St. Johns University, April 2001, New York, NY;

Advanced Computer and Internet Law Institute, "Email Privacy, An Oxymoron?", Georgetown University, March, 2001, Washington, D. C.;

Basic Securities Law for the General Practitioner, "Reporting Requirements under the '34 Act," New York State Bar Association April, 2001, 1999, 1997, 1995, New York, NY;

Annual Institute on Proxy Statements, Annual Meetings and Disclosure Documents, "Smart Use of Web Sites and Control of Email," Glasser LegalWorks, December, 1996-2000, New York, NY;

Litigation Analysis, Evaluation and Strategies, "A Five-Step Framework for Designing Effective Litigation Strategies," Practicing Law Institute, October, 1996, New York, NY;

Software Development Management Conferences, "Legal Protection of Software: What Works and What Doesn't" and "Reverse Engineering: Rapid Road to Riches or Russian Roulette?," "Win-Win Software Contracting," 1994 and 1995, Written materials reprinted in Conference Proceedings, February, 1995, San Francisco, CA.

The 1992 Moscow Conference on Banking, "The Credit Decision," Russian National Academy of Economics, May, 1992, Moscow, Russia;

American Bar Association, numerous presentations at Spring and Annual Meetings, including, "Making International Distribution Work," "My Word is My Bond - Maybe" (re takeovers and poison pills), "Ethics in Billing," and "Smart Use of Web Sites".