National Security Investigations & Prosecutions, 2nd ed.
This treatise aids understanding of national security investigations by exploring the historical traditions and governmental structures that influence them. It explains the federal government's power, describes investigative tools, provides guidance for possible civil and criminal liability actions involving electronic surveillance, and covers laws that apply and issues that arise in national security investigations.
National Treaty Law and Practice
This in-depth survey takes a comparative approach, analyzing how 19 states organize their treaty-making through national law and practice. Jurisdictions covered include Canada, China, Egypt, France, Germany, India, Israel, Japan, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, the United Kingdom, and the United States, among others.
Negotiable Instruments Under the Uniform Commercial Code.
This treatise provides in-depth analysis of both the pre-revision and the Revised Versions of Article 3 of the Uniform Commercial Code, and the case law interpreting this article. Discussions of UCC Article 4, which governs the relationship between payor banks and their customers, and UCC Article 4A, are also included.
Newberg on Class Actions
This multi-volume treatise is considered a premier work on the law and conduct of class actions. It discusses the theory and fundamental characteristics of the class action, examining benefits, controversies, and judicial remedy. Updated semi-annually.
Nichols Cyclopedia of Federal Procedure Forms
This form book series provides sample forms organized topically. This title is updated regularly by pocket parts and supplements.
Nimmer on Copyright: A Treatise on the Law of Literary, Musical and Artistic Property
This ten-volume treatise is considered to be one of the most authoritative works on copyright law, covering constitutional, statutory and common law issues. Included are full-text of laws, regulations and international conventions and forms and jury instructions. There are also numerous citations to primary and secondary authorities. The treatise is in looseleaf format, with supplementation approximately twice yearly.
Norton Bankruptcy Law and Practice 3rd
This multi-volume treatise is organized in three parts - Part One is devoted to introductory and historical aspects of bankruptcy law and practice. Part Two analyzes particular sections of the Bankruptcy Code, largely organized by Bankruptcy Code section. Part Three discusses bankruptcy related subjects that may not correlate to a specific Bankruptcy Code section. Vols. 10 & 11 contain a comprehensive collection of bankruptcy pleading and practice forms. A complete legislative history of bankruptcy legislation is also included. Updated quarterly with revised chapters and cumulative supplements.
Oil and Gas Law
This treatise is a comprehensive survey of the law surrounding oil and gas transactions. Oil and gas conveyances, lease-express provisions and implied covenants are just a few of the topics covered. Sample forms and an extensive glossary are included online. Updated annually.
Oil and Gas Law in a Nutshell
The focus of this study aid is on the law governing the development of privately owned mineral rights. Major sections include the nature and protection of oil and gas rights, conveying oil and gas rights, oil and gas leasing, and tax and business matters.
On common laws.
Both English-derived common law and the often overlooked Roman-derived historical ius commune are explored to show how a hybrid system of law can be derived from several sources yet apply in one territory, both before and after national boundaries arose.
Oppenheim's International Law
First published in two volumes (on Peace and on War & Neutrality) more than a century ago, this is one of the most important and influential English-language treatises on International Law. The 9th edition is an updated and revised version of the first volume on Peace. Second and third volumes are planned. For Prof. Oppenheim's original two-volume format, consult the 7th edition.
Oxford handbook of comparative law
While the presentation of comparative law methodology contained in this treatment is not as introductory as its title suggests, it differs from other overviews in that it presents the approach used not only by different contemporary scholars, but also from within different legal systems.
Page on the Law of Wills
This seven-volume, comprehensive set features an examination of topics such as the History of the Law of Wills and Testaments, the Elements of the Will, Alteration and Spoliation, Probate and Contest and Will Construction. Volume 7 contains Forms necessary for estate planning. Updated with pocket parts.
Page on the law of wills : including probate, will contests, evidence, taxation, conflicts, estate planning, forms, and statutes relating to wills
Treatise providing thorough analysis of the law of wills and probate, including will drafting and forms. Takes a fifty-state approach.
Parallel State and Arbitral Procedures in International Arbitration
This dossier on International Trade Law examines the unique challenges presented in parallel state and international arbitration on applying classic legal issues such as consolidation of procedures, res judicata, etc.
Partnership Law and Practice
This one volume treatise addresses every substantive area of general and limited partnership law. The title addresses recent developments in the use of general and limited partnership laws. Structuring business entities, litigating business disputes, partnership taxation, partnership tax liability, and (third-party involvement are among the issues covered
Patry on Copyrights
A comprehensive copyright treatise which includes legislative history information for individual statutory provisions and circuit-by-circuit breakdowns for litigation issues. It also extensively discusses jurisdiction, choice of law, and international issues.
Patton and Palomar on Land Titles
This multi-volume treatise is designed to inform attorneys and other title examiners about laws and matters that affect title to land and the means to cure or respond to title problems. It includes an index, table of cases, and table of statutes. It is updated frequently and includes pocket parts.
Payments Law in a Nutshell.
This study guide outlines the law of payments by cash, check and electronic fund transfer. A table of statutes and regulations is included.
Pharmacy Practice and the Law
The text highlights issues central to current pharmacy practice, including malpractice liability, risk management, and product liability, and includes end-of-chapter case studies. This edition also provides a current and accessible explanation of new federal and state pharmacy regulations that reflect the recent directives of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy.