Halakhah: An Encyclopedia of the Law of Judaism
The Halakhah embodies the complete Jewish Law, and contains commandments and guidelines for day-to-day living. In this comprehensive encyclopaedia of the Halakhah, the various laws are classified in a systematic and coherent structure. Volumes I and II contain entries pertaining to the Jewish people in relationship to God. Volume III explains how the Jewish people can restore and maintain their society in accordance with the Torah as it is explained by the rabbis. In Volumes IV and V, the life of the Jewish household in their encounter with God is the main concept.
Handbook of Federal Evidence
This multi-volume treatise is a complete, in-depth overview of the subject of evidence, based on review of thousands of federal cases construing and applying the Federal Rules of Evidence. It addresses rulings on evidence, preliminary questions, limited admissibility, and judicial notice. Presumptions in civil and criminal actions and proceedings, relevancy and its limits, privileges, witnesses, and expert testimony are also addressed. Appendices in volume 5 provide the Federal Rules of Evidence and a legislative and committee history of the rules. Updated in print format by pocket parts; updated electronically annually.
Harmon on Patents: Black-Letter Law & Commentary
This treatise covers the full range of patent law issues, providing black-letter rules with extended commentary.
Harper, James and Gray on Torts
This six volume treatise analyzes the significant changes that have evolved in the area of tort law over the past thirty years, covering topics such as liability for prenatal injury, privacy, comparative negligence, malicious prosecution and abuse of process. Supplemented with additional volumes.
Health Care and Antitrust Law
This 5-volume treatise analyzes the antitrust issues affecting health care providers, gives an overview of general antitrust principles, and describes how they apply to different health-care industry segments. Updated regularly.
Health Care Law and Ethics in a Nutshell
This concise study aid of health care law includes three main parts. Part I focuses on the fundamentals of health care delivery and finance.The legal structure of health care delivery is the topic covered in Part II. The final section discusses the ethical issues in patient care decisions
Health Care Law: A Practical Guide
This guide handles the many legal issues facing all health care providers in today's dynamic health care environment including consent to medical treatment, medical information and confidentiality, facility licensing and accreditation and more.
Hemingway Oil and Gas Law and Taxation
This hornbook provides a general overview of oil and gas law, including sections on the taxation of oil and gas interests and transactions. A Table of Cases complements the numerous references to case law throughout the text.
Higher Education Law: The Faculty
"[S]ets out the central legal principles governing the activities of faculty and the regular academic affairs of colleges and universities in the US." Booknews.
Historical Introduction to Anglo-American Law in a Nutshell.
This book is an introduction to Anglo-American legal history. It has chapters on: courts, the jury, the bench and bar, customs and cases, legislation and codification, doctrinal writings (e.g., Littleton, Kent and Story), real property, torts, contracts, law and commerce, negotiable instruments, and business organizations.
Holmes' Appleman on Insurance 2d
Appleman on Insurance is a comprehensive and up-to-date treatise in the field of insurance law. It covers all aspects of insurance law, including personal insurance, casualty insurance, state funds, no fault insurance, commercial insurance bonds and liquidation. Leading cases from all jurisdictions are included. It analyzes each of the principal groupings of insurance contracts: personal, property, casualty, and commercial bonds, including matters common to all policies and it discusses many new types of insurance, such as franchise, credit life and disability, uninsured motorist and no-fault. It is updated annually.
Homeland Security Deskbook: Private Sector Impacts of the Defense Against Terrorism
This work focuses on the impact of homeland security law and regulation on the private sector. It includes chapters on the background and history of homeland security law and policy as well as chapters dealing with specific issues such as telecommunications and immigration. This looseleaf publication is updated regularly. Includes bibliographical references and index.
How Arbitration Works
This classic work in the field of ADR addresses the workings of labor-management arbitration and the full range of questions and problems that confront parties and arbitrators. It also discusses relevant laws and their impact on dispute resolution, collective bargaining, and related issues.
How Nations Behave: Law and Foreign Policy
Classic exploration of international law as both distinct from international relations as well as operating inevitably within that political context. Still “It is probably the case that almost all nations observe almost all principles of international law and almost all of their obligations almost all of the time.” (p. 47).
How to Complain to the UN Human Rights Treaty System
Good overview of the principal human rights treaties and several chapters on the complaint process. The general introduction sections are followed by treaty specific chapters which provide procedural detail on complaints. Consider this book for an explanation of how it all works.
Human Rights: A Compilation of International Instruments
This is not a treatise, but a very useful compilation of the major human rights treaties. It can be a handy full text reference for use with a treatise.
Immigration and Nationality Law Handbook
Updated annually, the handbook provides analysis on topics of current interest through a compilation of articles written by experienced practitioners and authorities in the field who were panelists at the AILA Conference. Recent topics include the intricacies of labor certification applications and PERM, the various employment-based paths to immigrant and non-immigrant visas, and admissibility waivers.
Immigration Fundamentals: A Guide to Law and Practice
This treatise explains and analyzes the basic structure of immigration law, and its legal standards and procedures. A table of cases and a collection of forms used by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) are included in the appendices with annotations. The treatise is in looseleaf format and is supplemented twice a year.
Immigration Law and Business
This treatise provides a comprehensive analysis of immigration law and procedures. Topics covered include citizenship and naturalization, deportation and exclusion, refugees and asylum, rights of aliens and tax aspects of immigration status. The taxation aspect was prepared by Robert W. Toan and Robert L. Dumont from Baker and McKenzie, who are leading experts in this area of practice. Included in the appendices are model forms, and tables of cases and statutes. The treatise in looseleaf format is supplemented three times a year.
Immigration Law and Crimes
This treatise analyzes immigration law issues which relate to the impact of criminal activity on the status of the foreign-born. Included in the appendices are tables of cases and statutes, forms and pleadings, and texts of statutes. The treatise in looseleaf format is supplemented twice a year.