Monthly Archives: November 2012

Shuffling multi-jurisdictional foreign law resources

I started taking out references to the Martindale Hubble International Law Digests and started adding in references to the volumes in the Getting the Deal Through series.  I added Getting the Deal Through to the Foreign Laws entry first, and then … Continue reading

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Reynold’s Foreign Law Guide finds a new home

The Foreign Law Guide by Reynolds and Flores is the first resource I recommend in the Foreign Law entry.  This venerable resource was first published as a loose-leaf by F.B Rothman and then as an online book self-published by the … Continue reading

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State courts learn to do document delivery

The last three times I called a court for copies I was able to pay with a credit card and get the document emailed to me in PDF format.   Hallelujah!!  I had to revise the “Getting copies” section of the Docket Sheets … Continue reading

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Shifting sources for PLI publications

The Practicing Law Institute entry was edited to reflect the fact that PLI treatises and Course Handbooks are no longer available on Westlaw.   I made sure to list all the ways that PLI materials are available:  in print, through the Discover Plus … Continue reading

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