Comparative environmental law and regulation / Nicholas A. Robinson

Comparative Environmental Law & Regulation

This looseleaf treatise takes a global approach to its analysis of environmental laws and regulations. It contains reviews for individual countries that cover similar topics, and examine the role of environmental laws on business while offering advice on dealing with regulations and enforcement.
Nicholas A. Robinson

Comparative Environmental Law & Regulation

This looseleaf treatise analyzes the key environmental laws,regulations, and implementation systems and agencies of 39 countries from around the globe.Each country review covers similar topics concerning the potential impact of environmental laws on business transactions and a business's decision to enter the marketplace, and also offers advice on dealing with regulatory and enforcement authorities.
Nicholas A. Robinson

Comparative law in a global context: the legal systems of Asia and Africa. 2nd ed

Contemporary analysis of post-colonial systems in a new era of globalization.
Werner Menski.

Comparative legal studies: traditions and transitions

This collection of essays introduces and illustrates many approaches to the comparative study of law, and situates the methodologies in the context of language studies and of the philosophy and sociology of law.
eds. Pierre Legrand and Roderick Munday.

Comparative legal traditions in a nutshell. 3rd ed.

With a focus on the European civil law systems, the nutshell highlights concepts, institutions, and actors in the civilian tradition and in European human rights.
Mary Ann Glendon, Paolo G. Carozza, Colin B. Picker.

Computer Law: A Guide to Cyberlaw & Data Privacy Law

After providing an overview of computers and software, both Federal and State privacy laws are examined as they deal with data protection. Cloud computing and RFID are covered in this treatise also.
David Bender

Constitutional Analysis in a Nutshell.

Study aid focusing on how the Constitution defines and protects individual liberties. A case outline of constitutional liberty is almost a third of the volume.
Thomas E Baker & Jerre S. Williams.

Constitutional Law - Individual Rights

This Examples and Explanations Series book on individual rights, such as the right to bear arms, equal protection and due process, is a quick study guide for those looking to get an understanding of these constitutional rights.
Allen Ides

Constitutional Law in a Nutshell.

The allocation of powers and individual rights and liberties is the emphasis of this study aid on constitutional law which includes case notes throughout.
Jerome A. Barron & C. Thomas Dienes

Constitutional Law, Individual Rights

This study aid covers the Takings and Contracts clauses; the Due Process and Equal Protection clauses; and the Speech, Press, and Religion clauses of the First Amendment. The approach of the authors is to provide a problem-oriented guide through the principle doctrines, emphasizing how one might think about the issues that arise. The most current edition was published in 2007.
Allan Ides and Christopher N. May

Constitutional Law: Principles and Policies.

Single volume treatise focusing on the federal judicial, legislative and executive powers. Other topics covered include limits on state regulatory and taxing powers, civil rights, due process, economic liberties and equal protection.
Erwin Chemerinsky
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Consumer Credit and the Law

This single volume treatise covers topics including obtaining credit, Truth-in-Lending disclosures, regulation of the price of credit, debt collection, and the credit consumer's remedies for various problems.
Richard M. Alderman and Dee Pridgen

Consumer Financial Services

Updated annually, this treatise examines the topics of fair lending, insurance, financial institutions and privacy, RESPA, Truth in Lending, bank secrecy and securities law.
Andrew Sandler & Benjamin Klubes

Consumer Protection and the Law

This is a step-by-step guide covering topics such as consumer protection laws related to advertising, sales practices, unfair and deceptive trade practices, consumer fraud, and product warranties. It covers the UCC and the Magnuson-Moss Act; federal and FTC law, including "Little FTC Acts," surveys each topic through analysis of its administration, procedures, remedies, and litigation strategies, and reviews common law, state consumer protection laws, federal odometer laws, home and car sales, and warranties of habitability.
Dee Pridgen

Consumer Protection Law in a Nutshell

This study aid explores the traditional areas in consumer protection and covers the state and federal laws dealing with electronic transactions. Topics discussed include public and private actions to regulate consumer markets; methods of inducing consumer transaction; the consumer credit market; credit reports; identity theft; credit repair; and equal access to credit. Text also addresses disclosure terms in consumer transactions, regulating the cost of credit, and other terms in consumer transactions.
Gene A. Marsh

Contemporary Issues in International Economic Law

This work examines international economic law through many topics from human rights to natural resources throughout the world, with a focus on Africa, as well as other developing nations.
Kenneth K. Mwenda, Victor Mosoti

Contracts in a Nutshell

This study guide serves as a preliminary overview of the principles of the law of Contracts and of Sale of Goods in the U.S. Almost one third of the book covers contract formation, but other topics included are interpretation, defenses, modification and remedies.
Claude Rowher & Anthony Skorcki

Contracts. 3rd ed.

Extensive footnotes to case law and secondary sources are the hallmark of this classic coverage of contract law. Marginal notes make this treatise easy to scan for relevant coverage. Following an introductory section, the three volumes analyze enforceability of promises, scope and effect of promises and enforcement of promises. Volume 3 also includes a Table of Cases, Table of UCC sections, Table of Restatements of the Law and a Table of Authorities.
E. Allan Farnsworth

Contracts: Examples & Explanations

This study guide provides a cursory overview to introduce first year law students to an understanding of contract law. Examples are used extensively to illustrate concepts discussed. Citation of authority is kept to a minimum in this series. A glossary of terms is included at the end of the book.
Brian A. Blum

Copyright Examples and Explanations

Copyright: Examples and Explanations

Copyright law examples and explanations are provided in this four-part work. It includes an overview of copyright, copyrightable subject matter, ownership and transactions, statutory rights, and copyright litigation. Examples in the work are drawn from judicial opinions, news reports and student questions. 
Stephen M. McJohn