“The Deal of Celebrity Art: Why the Right of Publicity Should Not Survive Death,” New York State Bar Association, Intellectual Property Law Section, Spring Summer 2008 (co-authored by David Marcus).

• “Should the Right of Publicity Survive Death? Proposed Amendment to New York Civil Rights Law §§ 50-51,” New York State Bar Association IPLA Annual Meeting Program, January 29, 2008

• “Comparative Advertising in the United States,” International Trademark Association, Annual Meeting (1997) (co-authored by Paul Fields and Eric Prager)

• “The Applicability of the Attorney-Client Privilege to Communications With French Patent Agents,” Exclusive Supplement to IP Worldwide, September/October 1997 (co-authored by Philip E. Roux)

• “The Corporation as a Witness, The Requirements of Fed. R. Civ. P. 30(b)(6),” Exclusive Supplement to IP Worldwide, January/February 1998 (co-authored by Philip E. Roux);

• “Federal Trade Dress Protection for Product Configurations – Recent Developments in the Second Circuit,” Exclusive Supplement to IP Worldwide, March/April 1999 (co-authored by Philip E. Roux)

• “Federal Circuit Holds No Conflict Between Simultaneous Protection of Utility Patent and Trade Dress for Non-Functional Product Configurations,” Exclusive Supplement to IP Worldwide, July/August 1999 (co-authored by Philip E. Roux)

• “Markman Hearings,” a paper presented in connection with the Ninth Annual Continuing Legal Education Program on Intellectual Property Law and Practice, at Inventure Place The National Inventors Hall of Fame, September 17 & 18, 1999, Akron, Ohio (presented and co-authored by John E. Kidd)

• “How to Obtain Expedited Appellate Review of Markham Hearings,” Exclusive Supplement to IP Worldwide, December 1999 (co-authored by John E. Kidd and Philip E. Roux);

“The Bureau of National Affairs,” ABA Section of Intellectual Property Law Book, Patent Litigations Strategies Handbook, Pretrial Motion Practice, Chapter 17 (2000) (co-authored by John E. Kidd)