Monthly Archives: May 2012

Treatises for IPOs and Retirement Plans

I added the names of useful treatises to the Inital Public Offerings entry and to a special section of the Retirement Plans entry for “Mergers and Acquisitions.” Advertisements

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Who knew? Wisconsin has a Blue Book too

Thanks to Angela Humiston at the Wisconsin State Law Library for writing in to say that Wisconsin has a Blue Book.  The Wisconsin Blue Book describes the organization of Wisconsin state government.  I added the Wisconsin Blue Book to the Wisconsin … Continue reading

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The ALI-ABA was a joint project of the American Law Institute and the American Bar Association that produced CLE presentations and publications for lawyers.  The ALI has now taken over the work, and the name has been changed to ALI-CLE.   I … Continue reading

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Sources for analyzing real life copyright issues

I brushed up on my copyright basics this weekend and then added the primers and fair use checklists I found most useful to the “Laws and Regulations” section of the Copyrights entry.

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Green Book Is Officially Online

Big thanks to Barbara Tanzer at K&L Gates LLP for passing on the link to The Green Book Online, the official directory of all the city, state and Federal agencies located in New York City.  The Green Book has been … Continue reading

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NOCALL’s new California page

The Northern California Association of Law Library (NOCALL) just launched a whole new California Web Resources page on WordPress.   Nice work!  I updated the California entry accordingly.

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Azerbaijan Updated

I updated the Azerbaijan entry.   Actually I didn’t remember there was an Azerbaijan entry, but the entry has four solid resources in it, and I think I would find it useful if someday someone does ask me for some something about Azerbaijan.

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