Recipient, Harvard University Award for Academic Achievement. Author: "Testimony To Senate Sub-Committee on Antitrust of The American Association of Nurse Anesthetists"; "Who Really Won the Microsoft Appeal?" New York Law Journal, October 29, 2001; "The Computer and Internet Lawyer," October 2001 Issue; "Damages In Healthcare Fraud Claim Act Cases," Taxpayers Against Fraud Conference, October 2004. Research Assistant: Professor James A. Casner, 1980-1981; Professor Alan Dershowitz, 1982-1984; Professor Lawrence Tribe, 1983. Adjunct Professor, Complex Commercial Litigation, Seton Hall Law School, 2002-2003. Participant, Prison Legal Assistance Project, Greater Boston Legal Services, 1983-1984. Legal Intern, U.S. Attorney's Office for Massachusetts, 1984. Member, Board of Directors, 1993— and Director, Smart Family Foundation. Member, Board of Directors and Director, New Jersey Performing Arts Center. Member, Board of Directors, Public Interest Law Center. Vice-Chairman, Federal Enforcement Homeland Security. Member, Board of Overseers, YIVO. Director, New Jersey Symphony.