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Market Trends, Legal Developments, and Their Effect on M&A Documentation
2013
Irwin A. Kishner
Mergers and Acquisitions Law 2013: Top Lawyers on Trends and Key Strategies for the Upcoming Year
Irwin Kishner authored the chapter "Market Trends, Legal Developments, and Their Effect on M&A Documentation" for the book Mergers and Acquisitions Law 2013: Top Lawyers on Trends and Key Strategies for the Upcoming Year, published byThomson Reuters/Aspatore. 
Useful Enemies: John Demjanjuk and America's Open-Door Policy for Nazi War Criminals
2013
Richard Rashke

Former Congresswoman Elizabeth Holtzman is cited as a "hero" and mentioned at length for her pioneering efforts in compelling the U.S. government to act against Nazi war criminals living in America and for her decades long work to bring them to justice.

Rashke, the author, escaped from the Sobibor extermination camp.   John Demjanjuk, the subject of the book and a Ukrainian native, had been extradited to Germany from the U.S. and was convicted by Germany of being an accessory to murder as a guard at Sobibor.
New Jersey Foreclosure Law & Practice, 2nd Edition
2012
Scott T. Tross
New Jersey Law Journal Books
Judges throughout New Jersey rely on Scott Tross's comprehensive treatise on foreclosure law.
Prenegotiated Chapter 11 Plans: Developing a Strategy to Streamline Chapter 11 Proceedings
March 2012
Stephen B. Selbst
Partner Stephen Selbst has authored a book chapter on developing a strategy to streamline Chapter 11 proceedings.  The chapter is part of a larger book published by Aspatore (Thomson) entitled "Chapter 11 Bankruptcy and Restructuring Strategies," which addresses recent trends, cases and strategies affecting Chapter 11 Clients.
Developing Strategies and Overcoming Challenges for Distressed Purchases and Sales
March 2012
Stephen B. Selbst
Partner Stephen Selbst has authored a book chapter on developing strategies and overcoming challenges for distressed purchases and sales.  The chapter is part of a larger book published by Aspatore (Thomson) entitled "Buying and Selling Distressed Businesses," which addresses recent bankruptcy trends and strategies for distressed sales.
Not-for-Profit Institution Litigation
Ronald J. Levine, Leah Kelman, Chester R. Ostrowski, Aviva Wein
Commercial Litigation in New York State Courts, Third Edition
Ron Levine authored the "Not-for-Profit Litigation" Chapter in the West Publishing treatise, Commercial Litigation in New York State Courts, Third Edition (2010) (with the assistance of Aviva Wein, Leah Loeb, Chester Ostrowski and Jon Skidmore).
The Impact of Pending and Existing Employment Legislation on Employment Lawyers and Clients
November 1, 2010
The Impact of Recent Regulatory Developments in Employment Law, published by Aspatore Books
Employment litigation specialist Carol Goodman authors a book chapter on what laws -- existing and pending -- affect employment attorneys and their clients, and in what way. The chapter is part of a larger book covering regulatory changes in employment law.
A Few Essential Elements of Distressed Asset Transactions
September 2010
Joshua J. Angel
Buying and Selling Distressed Businesses
Joshua Angel authored a chapter, titled "A Few Essential Elements of Distressed Asset Transactions", in the 2010 edition of Aspatore's Buying and Selling Distressed Businesses: Leading Lawyers on Navigating Recent Distressed Business Transactions, Understanding the Sales Process, and Developing Deal Strategies.
Taxation of Distributions From Qualified Plans
2009
Alexander M. Popovich
Warren, Gorham & Lamont
Alex co-authored the estate planning chapter in the seminal treatise Taxation of Distributions From Qualified Plans, published by Warren, Gorham & Lamont of the RIA Group.
Jewish Choices, Jewish Voices: Power
2009
Hon. Elizabeth Holtzman
Jewish Publication Society
Liz Holtzman authored a chapter in this book on Judism and Power.
The Industries Most At Risk In Bankruptcy
October 10, 2008
The Industries Most At Risk In Bankruptcy
Andy Gold and Gary Eisenberg author a chapter called Bankruptcy in Banking and Financial Services.
Taxation of Distributions From Qualified Plans
2008
Alexander M. Popovich
Warren, Gorham & Lamont
Alex co-authored the estate planning chapter in the seminal treatise Taxation of Distributions From Qualified Plans, published by Warren, Gorham & Lamont of the RIA Group.
Portrait of Wally:  The U.S. Government's Role in Recovering Holocaust Looted Art
2006
Howard N. Spiegler
Holocaust Restitution:  Perspectives on the Litigation and Its Legacy
Howard Spiegler authors a chapter of this book on the repatriation of "Portrait of Wally," a famous Egon Schiele painting looted by the Nazis in World War II.
Empire:  A Tale of Obsession, Betrayal, and the Battle for an American Icon
August 15, 2002
Mitchell Pacelle
Wiley; New Ed edition
Ray Hannigan's work with Hideki Yokoi in Nihon Sangyo Kabushiki Kaisha v. Nakahara, the celebrated battle for control of the Empire State Building, is chronicled in Mitchell Pacelle's book.
Bankruptcy
2001
Paul A. Rubin
N.J. Foreclosure Law & Practice, New Jersey Law Journal Books, Chapter 21 Bankruptcy
Paul Rubin authors a chapter on Bankruptcy in N.J. Foreclosure Law & Practice.
American Litigation to Recover Cultural Property:  Obstacles, Options, and a Proposal
2001
Howard N. Spiegler, Lawrence M. Kaye
Trade in Illicit Antiquities: The Destruction of the World's Archaeological Heritage, PP. 121-132, McDonald Institute
Howard Spiegler and Lawrence Kaye author a chapter of this book.
Studies in Art Law:  Disputes Relating to the Ownership and Status of Cultural Property
1999
Lawrence M. Kaye
Resolution Methods for Art-Related Disputes, PP 35-53, Schulthess Polygraphischer Verlag Zurich
Larry Kaye authors a chapter on patrimony claims as part of an international symposium on art law.
Laws in Force at the Dawn of World War II:  International Conventions and National Laws
1997
Lawrence M. Kaye
The Spoils of War, World War II and its Aftermath: the Loss, Reappearance, and Recovery of Cultural Property, edited by Elizabeth Simpson
Larry Kaye authors a chapter on the history of national and international efforts to protect cultural property up to the start of World War II.
Who Said It Would Be Easy?
1996
Hon. Elizabeth Holtzman, Cynthia L. Cooper
Arcade Press
An account of Elizabeth Holtzman's twenty years in public office, from 1973, as the youngest woman elected to the United States Congress, to her term as the first woman Comptroller for New York City.