Gambling and the Law® (Gambling Times, Inc.: 1986). A hardbound book, 306 pages. Books & Journals Chapter 16 reprinted in Whittier Law Review, vol.8, p.245 (1986).
Blackjack and the Law (RGE Publishing: 1998). Co-authored with Robert A. Loeb. A paperback book, 245 pages.
Internet Gaming Law (Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. Publishing: 2005). Co-authored with Martin D. Owens.
The Future of Casino Gambling,@ Hashimoto, Kline and Fenich, Casino Management for the 90’s (Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co., Dubuque, Iowa, Revised Edition 1998).
“Underage Gambling and the Law,” to be published in Shaffer (ed.) Youth, Gambling and Society: Futures at Stake (University of Nevada Press: to be published in 2000).
Internet Gambling and International Police Power, Gaming Law Review vol.2, no.2 p.167 (April 1998).
“Gambling and the Law: Endless Fields of Dreams,” Journal of Gambling Studies, vol.11, no.1 (Spring 1995). Republished in modified form in Cozic & Winters (eds.), Gambling (Greenhaven Press, San Diego, California, in the Current Controversies Series: 1995).
“Gambling and the Law: Update 1993,” Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal (COMM/ENT), vol.15, no.1 (Fall 1992). Reprinted in Hashimoto, Kline and Fenich, Casino Management for the 90’s (Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co., Dubuque, Iowa, 1996).
“The Future of Indian Gaming,” Journal of Gambling Studies, vol.8, no.4 (Fall 1992).
“The Rise and Fall of the Third Wave: Gambling Will Be Outlawed in Forty Years,” in Eadington (ed.) Gambling and Public Policy: International Perspectives (Institute for the Study of Gambling and Commercial Gaming, University of Nevada: 1991). Reprinted in Hashimoto, Kline and Fenich, Casino Management for the 90’s (Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co., Dubuque, Iowa, 1996).
“Book Review of The Last Resort: Success and Failure in Campaigns for Casinos,”
Books & Journals Journal of Gambling Studies, vol.7, no.3 (Fall 1991).
“The Indian Gaming Act and the Political Process,” in Eadington (ed.) Indian Gaming and the Law (Institute for the Study of Gambling and Commercial Gaming, University of Nevada: 1990, reprinted 1997) ch.I, p.1.
“Special Defense – Compulsive Gambling,” in Cabot (ed.) Casino Credit and Collection Law (International Association of Gaming Attorneys: 1989) ch.6.
Compulsive Gambling and the Law, co-editor, lead contributor, Journal of Gambling Behavior special issue, vol.4, no.4 (Winter 1988) (published January, 1989).
“A New Deal for Problem Gamblers: Compulsive Gambling and the Law,” in Eadington (ed.) Gambling Research (University of Nevada-Reno: 1988) vol.3, p.223.
“The Impact of American Laws on Foreign Legal Gambling,” Journal of International & Comparative Law, New York Law School, vol.8, no.1, p.129 (Winter 1986) (published in 1988).
“The Role of Sports Information Services in the World of Sports Gambling,” with James H. Frey, Arena Review vol.11, no.1, p.44 (May 1987) (The Institute for Sport and Social Analysis).
“Turning in the High Rollers: the Impact of the New Cash Regulations,” Nevada Public Affairs Review, 1986, No.2.
“Legal Gambling: The Right to Advertise,” in Eadington (ed.) The Gambling Studies (University of Nevada-Reno: 1985) vol.II, pp.1-32; reprinted in Nevada Review of Business & Economics, Spring 1985, vol.IX, No.1, p.2.
The Legalization and Control of Casino Gambling,” Fordham Urban Law Journal, vol.8, p.245 (Winter, 1980).
Everything You Need to Know (And Don’t Need to Know) About Internet Gambling, to be published in Casino Executive in 1998.
“A Fine Mess: Tribal gaming is in limbo – indefinitely – or at least through the election,” Casino Executive, August 1996.
“Indian Gambling – A Billion Dollar Bet,” State Government News, November 1990.
“Gambling’s Fall: You can bet on it Los Angeles Times, August 17, 1989, Syndicated nationally by the Los Angeles Times .
The Once and Future Crash,” syndicated nationally. San Francisco Chronick October 10, 1988 and other newspapers.
“California Cardrooms in Legal Turrnoil,” Casino Gaming, April, 1988.
“The Past Ten Years of Gambling and the Law — and the Future,” Gambling Times 10th Anniversary Issue, February/March 1987.
“California Lottery Isn’t Just for Suckers — He Who Sells Out May Win,” Los Angeks Times, December 6, 1985.
“A Guideline for Advertising in Gaming,” Gaming & Wagering Business, vol.6, p.18, November, 1985.
“A state lottery? Sum but Prop. 37 isn’t the way to do it Los Angeles Herald Examiner, November 3, 1984, p.A11, call.
“Once Gambling is Legalized, State Will Be Studs With It,” Los Angeles Times, June 26, 1983, part 4 at p.5, coll.
“The Spread of Legalized Gambling,” Gambling Times , p.28, November, 1982.
“Gambling Debts and the Law,” Gambling Times , p.46, May 1979.
“Slot Machines and the Law,” Winning (formerly Gambling Quarterly) January, 1977.
“Inside the Voter’s Head,” California Journal vol.6, p.431 (December, 1975).