• “Toward a Social Networking Law? (2017 Edition)” (Landslide Sept./Oct. 2017)
  • “Google v Oracle: important questions” (Intellectual Property Magazine March 5, 2015)
  • “Getting the Deal Through - e-Commerce” (2008-2016 eds.)
  • ​“Google Books: The Importance of Being Important” (Intellectual Property Magazine Feb. 2014)
  • “The Never Ending Story” (Intellectual Property Magazine Sept. 2013)
  • “YouTube Rematch” (Intellectual Property Magazine June 2013)
  • “Straight Talk about SOPA” (Bloomberg Law Jan. 24, 2012)
  • “Toward ‘Social Networking Law’?” (​Landslide March/April 2009)
  • “Navigating the DMCA Safe Harbours: Io v. Veoh” (Copyright World Nov. 2008)
  • “CDA, DMCA, ICSs, ICPs and SPs: An Update and Practical Approach to the Alphabet Soup (Bloomberg Corporate Law Journal May 2008)
  • “New York State Passes New Anti-Cybersquatting Law” (World Trademark Report Dec. 4, 2007)
  • “Chinese Takeaway” (The Lawyer Dec. 3, 2007)
  • “Golan v. Gonzales: U.S. 10th Circuit Questions Restoration of Works from Public Domain” (Copyright World Nov. 2007)
  • “The U.S. Litigation Options for Domain Name Recuperation – An Overview” (BNA World Communications Regulation Report Nov. 2007)
  • “A Threat Worse than Y2K” (The National Law Journal Nov. 21, 2005)
  • “Grokster II: Is P2P Software the New VCR? Is the DMCA DOA?... and Other Questions” (Cyberspace Lawyer Sept. 2004)
  • “​Overview of the Problem of Infringement: The Transition From Traditional Piracy to the Liability of Internet Intermediaries, and Beyond” (Association Littéraire Et Artistique Internationale Conference June 2004)
  • “Swinging Into Action: Emerging Issues Regarding Advertising Rights and Building Façades” (Cyperspace Lawyer Apr. 2002)
  • “Framing the Question: How Does Kelly v. Arriba Soft Advance the Framing Debate?” (Cyberspace Lawyer Mar. 2002)
  • “Internet Radio: As RIAA and DiMA Prepare to do Battle Over ‘Interactivity,’ Questions Remain About ISP Liability” (Cyberspace Lawyer July 2001)
  • “Federal Court Says No ISP Immunity for Contributory Trademark Infringement” (Cyberspace Lawyer Apr. 2001)
  • “Songs Unsung, Issues Remain: As a host of digital media cases settle, questions are left open about the state of the law” (IP Worldwide Apr. 2001)
  • “eBay Victorious (Again), Yahoo Attacked (Again), as the Auction Wars Continue” (Cyberspace Lawyer Mar. 2001)
  • “Storm Warning to Good Samaritans: Sail Clear of the Safe Harbor” (​Metropolitan Corporate Counsel Mar. 2001)
  • “French Revolution: Ramifications of the Paris Court’s Order Against Yahoo Over Nazi Artifacts” (TheLAW.com Jan. 23, 2001)
  • “Napster: Down for the Count?” (Digital Music Weekly July 28, 2000)
  • “Son of Napster? MP3Board and the Safe Harbors of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act” (IP Law Weekly June 28, 2000)
  • “​Blame It On Rio...and Streambox and Napster: MP3 Cases Draw First Boundary Lines for Music Copying on the Internet” (IP Law Weekly May 17, 2000)
  • “​The Curse of the Pink Panther — The Legacy of the Owens-Corning Fiberglas Dissent and its Role in the Qualitex Supreme Court Appeal” (Columbia-VLA Journal of Law and the Arts Spring-Summer 1995)