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Author                        The Practical Guide to Software Licensing and Cloud Computing, American Bar Association Press (1st ed.                                2005), (2d ed. 2007), (3d ed. 2008), (4th ed. 2011), (5th ed. 2013), (6th ed. 2016) (7th ed. 2020).

 

Contributing              Counsel for International Legal Work (Chapter 22), Successful Partnering Between Inside and Author                         Outside Counsel, Thompson*West (2000 to present).

 

Co-Author                  “Contracts”, An Attorney’s Desk Library, Clark, Boardman, Callaghan (1994).

 

Contributing               Alberty, Advising Small Businesses, West (1994 to present).
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Contributing               Alberty, Advising Small Businesses - Forms, West (1994 to present).
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                                       Classen’s Mergers and Acquisitions Forms, Business Laws, Inc. (1992).

 

                                      Classen’s Commercial Forms, Business Laws, Inc. (1991).


ARTICLES:

                                     Online Terms in Commercial Technology Agreements, 2 Md. B. J. 32  (May 2020).

 

Co-Author                  Software Licenses Non-Compliance and Audits: Growing Hazards and New Action Items, 35 ACC                                                   Docket. 48 (December 2017).

 

Co-Author                  Cloud Computing Confidentiality and Data Security in the Cloud:
                                     Avoiding Turbulence Through Careful Drafting
, 29 Computer & Internet Law. 1 (December 2012).

 

Co-Author                  Resolving Intellectual Property Disputes: Is A Bifurcated Approach Prudent?, 29 Computer &                                                       Internet Law. 11 (No. 11 November 2012).

 

                                     Cloudy with a Chance of Rain: Avoiding Pitfalls in Cloud Computing, 45 Md. B. J. 19   (July/August                                               2012).

 

Co-Author                  Anatomy of a Business Associate Agreement, 13 J. of Health Care Compliance 5 (July/August and                                                   September/October 2012); reprinted as Chapter 8 in 2013 Health Law and Compliance Update.

 

Co-Author                  Avoiding Turbulence in the Cloud: Licensing and Contractual Issues for Licensors, Cloud                                                                Providers and End Users, 29 Computer & Internet Law. 1 (No. 2 February 2012). 

 

Co-Author                  Legal Considerations in Migrating to the Cloud, 29 ACC Docket. 34  (No. 10 December 2011).

 

Co-Author                  The Relevance of Audit Clauses in Software and Information Technology Agreements, 28 Computer &                                           Internet Law. 9  (No. 8 August 2011).

 

Co-Author                  The Relevance of Governing Law in Software and Information Technology Agreements, 28 Computer                                           & Internet Law. 1 (No. 6 June 2011).

 

                                     Recession's Impact on In-House Counsel, 43 Md. B. J. 42 (January/February 2010).

 

Co-Author                  Software Licensing in a Troubled Environment, 19 Bus. Law Today 23 (No. 2 Nov./Dec. 2009).

 

                                     Software Licensing Issues Arising From Alternative Delivery Models, Society for Technology                                                         Management (STEM) (July 2008).

 

Lead Article                Fundamentals of Software Licensing, 37 IDEA 1 (1996).

 

                                      Re-engineering Your Corporate Legal Department, 151 L. Dep’t. Mgmt.    Adviser 1  1996), reprinted in                                         12 Corp. Counsel Q. 65  996).

 

Co-Author                  Increasing Corporate Competitiveness by Utilizing Independent Contractors , 11 Computer L.

Lead Article                Ass’n. Bull. 2 (No. 1, 1996).

 

Co-Author                  Increasing Global Competitiveness by Utilizing Offshore Independent Contractors, 2 Int’l. Computer                                            Law. 2 (No. 11, 1994).

 

Co-Author                  Double Jeopardy: Addressing Wrongdoing and Illegality in the Corporate nment, 10 Corp. Counsel Q.                                          1 (1994); reprinted in Corporate  Cl’s Guide to White-Collar Crime ¶ 44.000 (1995).

 

Co-Author                  A Survey of the Legality of Confessed Judgment Clauses in Commercial Transactions, 47 Bus. Law. 729 (1992).

                                     Judicial Intervention in Contractual Relationships Under the Uniform Commercial Code and                                                       Common Law, 23 UCC L.J. 260 (1990); rewritten and reprinted in 42 S.C. L. Rev. 379 (1991).

 

Lead Article               “Basic, Inc. v. Levinson”: Is Silence Really Golden?, 23 Wake Forest L. Rev. 607 (1988), reprinted in 1                                            Corp. Analyst 125 (1988) and in Acquisitions and Divestitures ¶ 24.000 (1990).

 

Lead Article               Three Strikes and You’re Out: An Investigation of Professional Baseball’s Antitrust Exemption, 21                                                  Akron L. Rev. 369 (1988).

 

Lead Article               Tying Staff Privileges to Physician Employment Contracts: An Erosion of Due Process Rights or a                                                  Necessary Evil?, 18 Seton Hall L. Rev. 4 (1988).

 

Lead Article                Restricting the Right to Smoke in Public Areas: Whose Rights Should be Protected?, 38 Syracuse L. Rev.                                         83 1 (1988).

 

Co-Author                  “Corn Products” and its Progeny: Where Do We Go From Here?, 66 Taxes 74 (Jan. 1988), rewritten                                           and reprinted as “Arkansas Best”. A Return to the Reading of “Corn Products”, in 44 Wash. &                                                       Lee L. Rev. 1229 (1988).                                

                                  

Lead Article                Provider-Based Preferred Provider Organizations: A Viable Alternative Under Present Federal                                                      Antitrust Policies?, 66 N.C. L. Rev. 253 (1988).

 

                                      Hospital Liability for Independent Contractors: Where Do We Go From Here?, 40 Ark. L. Rev. 469                                                 (1987), reprinted in 37 Def. L. J. 75 (1988).

 

Lead Article                "Jefferson Parish” and its Progeny: Cost Efficient Health Care at What Price?, 75 Ky. L.J. 441 (1987),                                                 reprinted in part as The Legality of Physician-Hospital Contracts: The “Hyde” Case - A Study in                                                 Antitrust Conformity, 35 Med. Trial Tech. Q. 287 (1989).

 

Lead Article                An Investigation into the Statute of Limitations and Product Identification in Asbestos Litigation,                                                 30 How. L.J. 1 (1987), rewritten and reprinted as Asbestosis: Medicolegal Implications, 36 Med.                                                     Trial Tech. Q. 75 (1989).

 

                                      Institutional Review Boards: Have They Achieved Their Goal?, 5 Int’l J. Med. & L. 387 (1986).

 

Lead Article                Safeguarding Human Autonomy: The Need for Judicial Activism, 23 Hous. L. Rev. 857 (1986),                                                         reprinted as Substituted Judgment: The Courts Speak for the Speechless, 5 Int’l J. Med. & L. 199                                                   (1986) and Limiting State Intervention in Medical Decision-Making, 91 Case & Com. 45 (July-Aug.                                               1986).

 

                                     “In re Richardson”: Safeguarding the Rights of Reinstitutionalized Individuals, 34 Cath. U. L. Rev.                                                 1225 (1986).

 

                                      “Villa View Community Hospital v. Heckler” : An End to Cost-Effective Health Care in the Public                                                   Sector?, 34 Cath. U. L. Rev. 1233 (1986).

 

                                      “United States v. Leatherman”: The Legality of the Administration of Psychotropic Drugs, 1 J.                                                          Contemp. Health L. & Pol’y 207 (1985).

 

                                      Substituted Judgment in its Medico-Legal Context, 31 Med. Trial Tech. Q. 451 (1985).

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