October 2021, The Fidelity Law Journal, Volume XXVII
What is Loss? The Quantification of Loss

February 2017, Fidelity & Surety Law Committee Newsletter
The Logistics Of Payroll Tax Recovery

November 2012 The Fidelity Law Association, 2012 Annual Meeting – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Electronic Payment Systems and The Issues They Generate

November 3-5, 2010 American Bar Association, 2010 Annual Meeting – Boston, Massachusetts
A Study of Some Common Fidelity Loss Scenarios

October 28, 2009 The Fidelity Law Association, 2009 Annual Meeting – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The Inventory and Profit and Loss Computation Exclusion – Practical Approaches to Issues Relating to the Exclusion

November 5, 2008 The Fidelity Law Association, 2008 Annual Meeting – Baltimore, Maryland
Stealing – Back to Basics

October 31, 2007 The Fidelity Law Association, 2007 Annual Meeting – Orlando, Florida
Income Exclusion: Is there More to It?

June 20-22, 2007 Surety Claims Institute, 32nd Annual Meeting – Richmond, Virginia
Kickbacks: Kicked Through or Kicked Out

October 5-6, 2006 American Bar Association, Tort, Trial & Insurance Practice Section,
Fidelity & Surety Law Committee – Annotated Commercial Crime Policy – Washington, District of Columbia
Inventory Loss Exclusion

October 21-22, 2005 American Bar Association, Tort, Trial & Insurance Practice Section,
Fidelity & Surety Law Committee – Handling Fidelity Bond Claims: A Second Time Around – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Use of Outside Professionals

November 3, 2004 The Fidelity Law Association, 2004 Annual Meeting – Boston, Massachusetts
Limits of Liability: Attempts to Go Beyond the Outer Limits

October 25, 2001 The Fidelity Law Association, 2001 Annual Meeting – Baltimore, Maryland
The Inventory Computation and Profit and Loss Exclusion Separating the Wheat from the Chaff

June 1999 Surety Claims Institute – Hershey, Pennsylvania
Limits of Liability: A Multi-Faceted Perspective

September 1998 The Fidelity Law Association, 1998 Annual Meeting – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The Auditor’s Responsibility to Detect Fraud: Recently Issued SAS No. 82 and Its Potential Effect on Fidelity Claims