Richard Greenstone has authored over twenty articles on copyright, trademark, computer, entertainment, and licensing law, and has authored software on copyright law (17 U.S.C. § 101 et seq.) and the sale of fine prints (California Civil Code §§ 1740 - 1745.5). Richard Greenstone served on the advisory board and wrote a monthly column for Aspen Law and Business magazine The Licensing Journal. Richard Greenstone also publishes Law Bytes. Currently in Law Bytes is an article by Richard Greenstone and Alexander Lai on Section 2257 record keeping requirements for adult entertainment producers.
In 2005 and 2006 Richard Greenstone lectured on music industry relationships and compensation at the Haas School of Business, University of California, and on record keeping requirements for the adult entertainment industry, also known as Section 2257 requirements. He has also produced a compilation record album for the Chicago Dental Societys annual mid-winter meeting, negotiated a book publishing contract for Cary Nasatirs Praise and Worship Drumming and acted as production attorney for the television show One On One. Richard Greenstone also wrote a book review of "Courting the Yankees: Legal Essays on the Bronx Bombers" in 22 Entertainment & Sports Lawyer No. 1, Spring 2004. Richard Greenstones latest article is a book review of "Art, Artifact & Architecture Law" by Jessica L. Darraby in 25 Entertainment & Sports Lawyer No. 1, Spring 2007.