- Rosborough, Does the New York Constitution Prohibit Daily Fantasy Sports? Two New York Courts Say So, But the New York Court of Appeals Will Soon Decide Once and For All, Gaming Law Review, May 2020, at 272-283 (Published PDF)
- New York Daily News, Opinion, Let New Yorkers bet on games online: Restricting sports betting to upstate casinos would forfeit millions in tax revenue (co-authored with Daniel Wallach)
- Albany County Bar Association, June 2018 Newsletter, Bring Your Lunch to the Court of Appeals: A Conversation with Judge Leslie Stein
- New York State Bar Association’s New York Environmental Lawyer Journal, Subsequent Owners of a Former Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, or Disposal Facility Are Not Strictly Liable to Financially Guarantee Cleanup Under RCRA(Spring/Summer 2015): Examining the Appellate Division, Third Department’s holding in Matter of Thompson Corners, LLC v New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, in which the Court held that subsequent property owners of former RCRA treatment, storage, or disposal facilities cannot be held strictly liable to financially guarantee cleanup without regard to their own fault, and the decision’s implications on redevelopment of New York’s brownfield sites
- New York Planning Federation’s Planning News, Home Rule Upheld in Hydrofracking Case (June 2013): Discussing the Appellate Division, Third Department’s landmark decision for the rights of municipalities to decide what types of land uses should be permitted and prohibited within their borders through the use of their zoning powers to control where natural gas drilling occurs using hydraulic fracturing methods.
- New York State Bar Association’s New York Environmental Lawyer Journal, The Billion Dollar Question – Are Municipalities Preempted Under New York State Law from Using their Zoning Powers to Control Hydraulic Fracturing for Natural Gas? (2012): Examining the arguments made by the parties to the two cases then pending before the New York courts that ask whether local municipalities may use their constitutionally guaranteed home rule powers to zone out natural gas drilling and extraction or whether that authority is preempted under state law.
- New York Association of Towns Planning and Zoning School, Case Law Update (July 2017): Overview of recent New York land use planning and zoning cases
- New York Planning Federation Conference, Case Law Update (March 2017)
- Saratoga County Planning and Zoning Conference, Municipal Review of Religious Projects (January 2017): Overview of recent case law in New York under the federal Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act and New York common law
- New York Association of Towns Drinking Water Program, Liability of Municipalities and Municipal Officials for Drinking Water Contamination (June 2016): how to avoid the potential civil and criminal liability municipalities and municipal officials face when their drinking water supplies become contaminated
- Association of Towns Annual Meeting, Municipal Review of Religious Projects (February 2016)
- New York Association of Towns Annual Meeting, Shale Gas Drilling Case Law Update (February 2013): overview of the recent case law addressing bans and moratoria on shale gas drilling under local zoning authority in New York