Publications

“Jury Instructions as Grounds for Appeal,” Nassau Lawyer, March 2014, p.9

“Arizona v Gant Applied by NY Courts to Vehicle Searches,” Nassau Lawyer, June 2011, p.7

“New Standard for Vehicle Searches Incident to Arrest,” Nassau Lawyer, July/August 2010, p.7

“New Rules for Briefs Filed in Second Department,” Nassau Lawyer, December 2003, p.1

“`Reasonable Justification’ for Renewal Motions,” Nassau Lawyer, September 2003, p.5

“Appellate Divisions Now On Internet,” Nassau Lawyer, June 2003, p.15

“Law Governing Renewal Motions Still Confusing,” Nassau Lawyer, January 2003, p.9

“Law Governing Renewal Motions Still Confusing (Part II),” Nassau Lawyer, April 2003, p.3

“Affirmed on Other Grounds,” Nassau Lawyer, September 2002, p.3

“Legal Weapons Against Telemarketers (Part II),” Nassau Lawyer, March, 2002, p.3

“Legal Weapons Against Telemarketers” Nassau Lawyer, February 2002, p. 3

“Anti-Spam Legislation Long Overdue,” Nassau Lawyer, November 2001, p.5

“Harmless Error In Civil Cases,” Nassau Lawyer, September 2001, p.3

“What the Dickens is Dicta?,” Nassau Lawyer, January 2001, p.5

“Denial Without Prejudice To Renew Upon Proper Papers,” Nassau Lawyer, July-Aug. 2000, p.9

“An Appealing Situation (Part II),” Nassau Lawyer, March 2000, p.11

“An Appealing Situation: What Every Attorney Should Know,” Nassau Lawyer, January 2000, p.11

“Post-Appeal Remedies Based On New Evidence,” Nassau Lawyer, December 1999, p.8

“Cross Appeals,” Nassau Lawyer, October 1999, p.16

“Successfully Appealing From Summary Judgment,” Nassau Lawyer, January 1999, p.15

“Silence Is Golden But Oft Times Confusing: Vague and Ambiguous Orders and Judgments,” Nassau Lawyer, November 1998, p.16

“New Rules Affect 2d Department Appeals,” The Attorney of Nassau County, April 1998, p.8

“Ex-parte Communications,” The Attorney of Nassau County, January 1998, p.12

“Alfred Lerner Named To Appellate Court,” The Attorney of Nassau County, December 1997, p.7

“The Oral Argument In Appellate Practice,” The Attorney of Nassau County, November 1997, p.12

“Against The Weight Of The Credible Evidence,” The Attorney of Nassau County, September 1997, p.14

“Raising An Argument For The First Time On Appeal,” The Attorney of Nassau County, July 1997, p.8

“The Different Methods of Taking An Appeal,” The Attorney of Nassau County, June 1997, p.5

“The Full Record Method of Appeal,” The Attorney of Nassau County, May 1997, p.8

“Appealing The Family Court Order” The Attorney of Nassau County, April 1997, p.10

“Second Department Update,” The Attorney of Nassau County, March 1997, p.13

“Appellate Review: Temporary Restraining Orders,” The Attorney of Nassau County, February 1997, p.10

“Permission To Appeal To The Court of Appeals,” The Attorney of Nassau County, January 1997, p.12

“Necessity of Appealing From the Right Paper,” The Attorney of Nassau County, October 1996, p.14

“Enlargements of Time Still Discretionary,” The Attorney of Nassau County, September 1996, p.9

“The Appealable Paper,” The Attorney of Nassau County, August 1996, p.12

“Missing Materials Will Defeat Chances of Success,” The Attorney of Nassau County, July 1996, p.9

“Appellate Division Enforces Time Limits,” The Attorney of Nassau County, June 1996, p.12

“Making The Appellate Motion Pass Muster,” The Attorney of Nassau County, May 1996, p.9

“When Is An Office Not An Office?” The Attorney of Nassau County, April 1996, p.11

“Appellate Practice” The Attorney of Nassau County, February 1996, p.13

“Restoring Human Dignity and Lost Productivity: An Argument for the Elimination of Mandatory Retirement in New York State,” Rockefeller Institute of Government, 1983

“Let’s Keep Them Working,” Empire State Report, May 1983