Mr. Canter has written extensively and is recognized as a leader in his field. He has published many litigation-related articles, including the following:

"When Does Tort Liability Extend Beyond Contractual Parties?"
New York Law Journal, August 29, 2016
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"Legal Implications for Failure to Screen for Colorectal Cancer, 39 Westchester B.J., 39 WESTCBJ 9 (Wntr-Sprg 2014)"
Westchester County Bar Journal, Winter/Spring, 2014
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"Trends on Expert Preclusion:  Testifying Without a Degree"
New York Law Journal, December 5, 2012
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"Trends on Duty and Liability Under State Labor Law"
New York Law Journal, December 8, 2010
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"Subrogating Property Claims in Death Cases"
Subrogator, National Association of Subrogation Professionals, Spring/Summer 2010
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"Professional Liability — A Winning Strategy for Early Dismissal"
New York Law Journal, May 26, 2006.

"Disqualification of Counsel"
New York Law Journal, Oct. 2, 2002.
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"Deposing the Expert,"
Fire and Arson Investigator, Vol. 49 No. 1, November 1998

"So You're Going To Be An Expert Witness: Preparation Tips You Should Know"
The Risk Management Letter, Vol. 22, Issue 5, 2001

"Liability Widened For Animal Attacks: Showing of Vicious Propensity Not Always Required"
CM Report 1999, Vol. 2

"Appellate Decision Split on Statute of Limitations Applicable to Insurance Brokers"
CM Report 2000, Vol. 2

"Insurer Has No Duty To Disclose Medical Conditions Discovered During Preinsurance Physical Examination"
CM Report 2001, Vol.1

"Court of Appeals: Insurance Brokers Are Not Deemed 'Professionals' Subject to the 3-Year Malpractice Statute of Limitations"
CM Report 2001
, Vol. 2

"Winning Litigation Strategies - Turning Defendant's Contributory Negligence Argument Into An Admission Of Liability"
CM Report 2002
, Vol. 2