A concise, practical primer on the fundamentals of drafting and enforcing international arbitration agreements and other dispute resolution clauses has been updated extensively to address developments through June 2016. Includes key reference materials in easy-to-use appendices. 450 pp.
Clarifies the legal status of "new" forms of IP and provides a systematic analysis of how IP law applies to intangible rights beyond patent, trademark and copyright. A springboard to litigators and judges for adjudicating IP cases arising from Internet use. Practitioners, judges and policymakers will all welcome this work. 360 pp.
John Henry Wigmore, dean of the Northwestern University School of Law, single-handedly modernized the jury trial with his 1904-1905 Treatise on evidence, an encyclopedic work that dominated the conduct of trials. He inspired generations of progressive jurists to reshape American law to meet the demands of a new era. 221 pp.
"Klaus Vogel on Double Tax Conventions" is regarded as the international gold standard on the law of tax treaties. This new fourth edition has been completely revised and updated to give you a full and current account of double tax conventions (DTCs). 2,131 pp.
"Legal Rights," Sixth Edition is the most comprehensive reference of legal information for deaf and hard-of-hearing people now available. Written in easy-to-understand language, this work describes the statutes that prohibit discrimination. Original. 304 pp.