Articles and Lectures

Section 2257 Record Keeping for Adult Entertainment Producers, by Richard J. Greenstone and Alexander Lai.

Book review of “Art, Artifact & Architecture Law” in 25 Entertainment & Sports Lawyer No. 1, Spring 2007.

Book Review of “Courting the Yankees: Legal Essays on the Bronx Bombers” in 22 Entertainment & Sports LawyerNo. 1, Spring 2004.

So You Want to be in the Entertainment Industry” in The Licensing Journal, September 2003.

“UCITA and the Mirror of Erised” in The Licensing Journal, July 2003.

“What’s That Burning Smell Coming from the Internet?” in The Licensing Journal, April 2003.

“Criminalizing Copyright” in The Licensing Journal, November/December 2001.

“Revisionist History” in The Licensing Journal, October 2001.

“Acceptable Losses” in The Licensing Journal, August 2001.

“The Difference Between COPA, COPPA and Copa Cabana” in The Licensing Journal, May 2001.

“An Introduction to the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act” in The Licensing Journal, March 2001.

“The Look of a License” in The Licensing Journal, February 2001.

“The Limits of Licensing” in The Licensing Journal, January 2001.

Book Review of Copyright Law and Practice in 15 Entertainment and Sports Lawyer Number 1, Spring 1997

“The Weak Link” in course materials for the Eighth Annual Southern Regional Entertainment & Sports Law Seminar, Nov. 12–16, 1996, San Juan, Puerto Rico, and at http://www.rjg.com/weaklink.html.

“Why A Contract” in Software Publishers Association Newsletter December 1994.

Assorted Editor’s Columns as editor of Entertainment and Sports Lawyer (1989–1995).

Book Review of Entertainment Law: Legal Concepts and Business Practices (Second Edition) in 10 The Entertainment and Sports Lawyer Number 1, Spring 1992.

Book Review of By the Book: Legal ABCs for the Printed Word in The Los Angeles Daily Journal, October 23, 1990, at 7, col. 1; reprinted in 8 The Entertainment and Sports Lawyer Number 3, Fall 1990.

Book Review of International Copyright Law and Practice in 7 The Entertainment and Sports Lawyer Number 3, Spring/ Summer 1989.

Book Review of Covering All the Bases: A Comprehensive Research Guide to Sports Law and Law of Professional and Amateur Sports in 7 The Entertainment and Sports Lawyer Number 2, Winter 1989.

“‘It’s Not Sufficiently Novel,’ Held the Judge” in 6 The Entertainment and Sports Lawyer Number 2, Fall 1987.

“Update on the Film Colorization Debate” in 9 Entertainment Law Reporter Number 4, September 1987.

Book Review of 1986 Entertainment Publishing and the Arts Handbook in 5 The Entertainment and Sports LawyerNumber 3, Winter 1987.

“A Coat of Paint on the Past? Impediments to Distribution of Colorized Black and White Motion Pictures” in 5 The Entertainment and Sports Lawyer Number 2, Fall 1986; reprinted in 1987 Entertainment, Publishing and the Arts Handbook published by Clark Boardman Callaghan.

“Protection of Obscene Parody as Fair Use” in 4 The Entertainment and Sports Lawyer Number 3, Winter/Spring 1986.