Editor and Contributor, Obtaining Evidence in Another Jurisdiction in Business Disputes (Graham & Trotman 1988 and second edition 1993).
Editor, Enforcement of Foreign Judgments World Wide (Graham & Trotman 1989 and second edition 1993).
Editor and Contributor, Pre-Trial and Pre-Hearing Procedures Throughout the World (Graham & Trotman 1990).
Editor, Worldwide Trials (Graham & Trotman 1991).
Editor and Contributor, Civil Appeal Procedures Worldwide (Graham & Trotman 1992).
Co-Editor (with David Rivkin), Litigation and Arbitration in Central and Eastern Europe (Kluwer Law Internationa11998).
Editor, Economic Consequences of Litigation Worldwide (Kluwer Law International1999).
Chapter 24, Addressing Insurance Coverage Issues Specific to Products Liability Issues, Products Liability in New York (NYSBA 1997, Second Edition 2001, Third Edition scheduled for 2010).
Commercial General Liability Policy Exclusions for ABA Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee CGL Text (scheduled for publication in 2010).
Taking Evidence Abroad for use in Civil Litigation in the United States A Practical Guide, The International Lawyer (Summer 1982).
Survey of New York Class Action Decisions, New York State Bar Association (1982) (with Robert Alessi).
National Class Actions in the New York State Courts, New York Law Journal (April 11, 1983) (with David Snyder).
U.S. Supreme Court Establishes Rules for Discovery of Foreign Parties: The Aerospatiale Case, The International Business Lawyer (September, 1987) (with Edwin Alley).
New York Rejects "Bad Faith" Tort and Limits Punitive Damage Claims and Statutory Deceptive Practices Claims against Insurers: New York University v. Continental Ins. Co., ABA Fidelity and Surety Law Newsletter (Spring 1996) (with Diane Bech).
Mail Fraud Meets Insurance Law: United States v. Brennan, Insurance Law Reporter (December; 1998) (with William T. Barker).
A Practical Guide to the Use of Experts in Insurance Claim Adjustment, 23 Insurance Litigation Reporter 133 (April, 2001) (with William T. Barker) (also to be published in Bad Faith Insurance Litigation Lexis/Nexis 2010).
A Legal Theory of the Use of Experts in Insurance Claim Adjustment, 23 Insurance Litigation Reporter 140 (April, 2001) (with William T. Barker and Polly Estes) (also to be published in Bad Faith Insurance Litigation – Lexis/Nexis 2010).
New York’s New “Good Faith” Standard – What does it Mean for “Bad Faith”?: Bi-Economy Market, Inc. v. Harleysville Ins. Co. (N.Y.); Panasia Estates, Inc. v. Hudson Ins. Co. (N.Y.), Insurance Litigation Reporter, Vol. 30, No. 6 (April 2008) (with Rachel Lebejko Priester and Sujata Gadkar-Wilcox).
New Developments in The New York Law of Good Faith and Bad Faith, Tort Trial Insurance Practice Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee News, American Bar Association (Summer 2008) (with Rachel Lebejko Priester and Sujata Gadkar-Wilcox).