Executive Editor, Connecticut Family Lawyer, 1986-2001. Author: "Tax Aspects in Domestic Relations Cases," Trial Magazine, June, 1980; "When Prenuptial Contracts are Challenged in Court," The Family Advocate, Winter, 1984; "Valuation of Closely Held Corporations" [italics on]Valuation & Distribution of Marital Property,[italics off] Matthew Bender Publishing Co., 1984. Co-Author: "Lay Witnesses Can Value Assets," Trial Magazine, Vol. 22, No. 6, p. 33, June, 1986. General Editor, Family Law and Practice, Matthew Bender Publishing Co., 1985; Connecticut Practice Series, Co-Author: Family Law and Practice (3 vols.) West Publishing Co., 2000-2005. Lecturer, Connecticut Bar Association: "Child Support in High Income Cases - Relocation and Arbitration," 2001; "The Bulletproof Financial Affidavit," 2003; "The Art of Advocacy," 2005. Lecturer, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers: "Premarital and Postmarital Agreements in Connecticut," 2004; "Complex Issues in Family Law - How to Handle Tricky Issues and Sticky Situations," 2005; "Prenuptial Agreements in Connecticut In Light Of Civil Unions," 2006; "Examining the Mental Health Expert," ABA Section of Family Law, Family Advocate, Spring 2008; "Use of Mental Health Expert at Trial," Connecticut Chapter of the AAML Advanced Custody Seminar, Spring 2012. Member and Director, Bridgeport Legal Services, Inc., 1969-1971. Chairman, Greater Bridgeport Housing Council, 1970-1973. Majority Leader and Councilman, Town of Trumbull, Connecticut, 1973-1975. Member, Board of Directors, Cold Spring School, New Haven, Connecticut. Founder, Member of Board of Editors and Editor-in-Chief (1999) Connecticut Family Lawyer. Certificate of Completion GAL/AMC Comprehensive Basic Training, State of Connecticut 2012. Listed: The Best Lawyers in America, 1995- (selection criteria available at http://www.bestlawyers.com/aboutus/selectionprocess.aspx); Top 10 Lawyers, Worth Magazine, 2002-2003; Connecticut Magazine "Super Lawyers" Top 50 Lawyers in Connecticut, 2006 - (detailed more thoroughly at http://www.superlawyers.com/about/selection_process.html); Ten Leaders of Matrimonial and Divorce Law in Connecticut, 2006 (selection criteria available at http://tenleaders.com/research/php); "New York Area's Best Lawyers," 2008 - (selection criteria available at http://nymag.com/guides/bestlawyers/2008/42039/).
Wendt v. Wendt — A landmark case which made national headlines and set a legal precedent regarding the way that courts view the financial arrangements in marriage, especially when significant corporate employment assets are involved.