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Can an Arbitrator Conduct Independent Legal Research? If Not, Why Not?, 81 New York State Bar Association Journal (May 2013)

Counsel, Beware, 81 New York State Bar Association Journal 44 (October 2009)

When Discovery Seems Unavailable, It’s Probably Available, 80 New York State Bar Association Journal 44 (October 2008)

Arbitration Awards: Understanding the Limitation of Vacatur and the Possibilities for an Appeal, 33 Westchester Bar Journal 68 (2007)

Determining if Mandatory Arbitration is “Fair”: Asymmetrically Held Information and the Role of Mandatory Arbitration in Modulating Uninsurable Contract Risks

The “Circle of Assent” Doctrine and the Mandatory Pre-Dispute Arbitration Clause: When the Unconscionable Contract Analysis Just Won’t Do, 68 Dispute Resolution Journal 1 (2014)

Policing Unfair Arbitration Clauses: Two Theories Worth Considering, co-author Craig E. Penn, New York Law Journal, October 6, 2014

A Practical Approach to Affording Review of Commercial Arbitration Awards: Using and Appellate Arbitrator, AMERICAN ARBITRATION ASSOCIATION HANDBOOK ON COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION, 2nd Edition, p. 485, 20

Arbitrators Excluding Evidence as a Sanction, New York Law Journal, May 31, 2016

An Arbitration Primer for Litigators

Artificial Intelligence and Arbitration: The Computer as an Arbitrator—Are We There Yet?