The Gender Line: Men, Women and the Law
This treatise offers an overview of the construction of gender and the damaging effects of its stereotypes. It analyzes the ways in which law legitimizes the social segregation of the sexes through legal decisions regarding custody, employment, education, sexual harassment, and criminal law. In so doing, she illustrates the ways in which men's and women's oppressions are intertwined and how law molds the very definition of masculinity.
The Law (in Plain English) for Small Business
This e-book is designed to introduce students, practitioners, and lay persons to basic issues in the law of small businesses.
The Law and Practice of International Banking.
This 2010 treatise covers international regulatory matters, merger, reorganization and insolvency of banks, the banker-customer relationship, the bank as service provider, guarantees and security, selected cross-border issues and Islamic Finance.
The Law of Admiralty
Although Gilmore and Black has not been updated since 1975, it is still one of the leading treatises on the subject of maritime law.
The Law of Corporations in a Nutshell
This is one of the lengthiest nutshells in print, indicating how complicated the law of corporations can be. Written as a study guide, this treatise touches on modern business forms, preincorporation transactions, shares and shareholders, and closely held, as well as publically held corporations. An extensive glossary is included.
The Law of Federal Income Taxation
This multi-volume treatise is the most commonly cited tax law treatise by the courts. It is arranged topically and is focused on using cases rather than determinations to clearly illustrate principles of tax law. It is designed to allow the explanations to be accessible through a number of research paths and includes multiple tables and indexes to find relevant information. Additionally, Volume I offers explanations of how to find information in Mertens.
The Law of Government Contracts
Early 20th century legal classic on contracting with the federal government.
The Law of Higher Education: a Comprehensive Guide to Legal Implications of Administrative Decision Making
This reference is organized into five main parts: Perspectives and Foundations; The College and Its Governing Board and Staff; The College and Its Faculty; The College and Its Students; and The College and the Outside World.
The Law of International Human Rights Protection
This publications covers three major areas as an introduction to international human rights. The three areas are foundations, implementation, and substantive guarantees. Sections of key documents are available throughout the text.
The Law of International Trade
This guide to U.K. trade law, with commentary on seminal cases, and international trade law also contains changes in E.U. trade law.
The Law of Lawyering
This two-volume looseleaf treatise is a commentary on the Model Rules. It provides the full text of each Model Rule provision in sequential order, followed by the authors' commentary, which puts the rule into context, helps identify its key features, and shows its relation to other Rules and the ALI's Restatement of the Law Governing Lawyers. It is updated annually.
The Law of Life and Health Insurance
This online treatise covers all aspects of the structure and regulation of the life and health insurance industry, including detailed analysis of insurable interests and the application and underwriting process. It includes extensive case citations, organized by fact pattern and state, and state-by-state surveys of prevailing law. It is updated regularly online.
The Law of Oil and Gas : with forms
This multi-volume set is a comprehensive treatise covering all topics related to the law of oil and gas, including owner's rights, drilling, construction of oil and gas leases, remedies of the lessor for nondevelopment, etc. All state and federal laws and regulations are examined in detail. An extensive table of cases and forms on leasing, production and transportation are included. Updated with pocket parts.
The Law of Seamen
This online treatise provides coverage of maritime law governing rights and obligations of merchant seamen. It includes statutes, rules, and case law and covers topics such as jurisdiction, definitions, duties of American consults, relation of foreign counsels to seamen, maritime administrative law, shipping articles, log books, desertion, crew salvage and more.
The Law of Securities Regulation
This multi-volume treatise covers the specifics of regulating the securities industry, including registration requirements, IPOs, liability, blue sky laws, tender offer, takeovers, proxy regulation and much more. The final volume of the set includes a table of cases and administrative material, a table of statutes and extensive indexing. Updated by pocket parts and bound supplements.
The Law of the European Union and the European Communities
One of the most comprehensive single-volume resources on EU law. Coverage of substantive law extends beyond competition law and the internal market to include agriculture, environmental regulation, energy, public health, consumer protection, and social policy, among others.
The Law of Torts
This hornbook replaced Prosser on Torts and its thirty-six chapters cover the full range of tort law issues, from strict liability to wrongful death to defamation. Numerous subdivisions within the chapters allows readers quick access to pertinent information. Case citations included are more recent than earlier Prosser volumes.
The law of trusts and trustees : a treatise covering the law relating to trusts and allied subjects affecting trust creation and administration : with forms
Exhaustive treatise covering trusts statutes, rules, regulations, and court decisions.
The Law of Unfair Competition, Trademarks and Monopolies
A multi-volume treatise which comprehensively covers the law of unfair competition as well as antitrust law. Coverage extends to protection against unfair competition, unfair advertising and pricing and the unlawful conduct of business. Included in the appendices are federal antitrust statutes, guidelines and regulations. The treatise is a print looseleaf as well as online is supplemented three times a year.
The Legal History of Wales
This outstanding book traces the various strands of Wales' legal history from its beginnings to the present day, identifying and assessing the importance of the native Welsh, Roman and English influences to Wales's legal social identity. Alongside these influences, the customs of the native Welsh people maintained an important role not only until Wales was united legally with England in the sixteenth century but through to the nineteenth-century abolition of Wales's own law courts, the Great Sessions. Since then, the separate legal identity of Wales as witnessed by its legal history has played a significant part in the rise of national consciousness and the emergence of new, distinctly Welsh, legal institutions such as the National Assembly at the end of the twentieth century. Written throughout in an engaging and comparative narrative style, this treatise provides an excellent introduction to not only Welsh legal history but to the legal histories of England and ancient Rome as well. It includes a glossary of native Welsh legal terms.