Happy Law Day! To celebrate, PLI is offering a discount of 40% off our Treatises and Answer Books.
The authors of Privacy Law Answer Book, edited by Jeremy Feigelson (Debevoise & Plimpton LLP), recommend, at a minimum, the following terms:
TO LEARN MORE ABOUT DATA PRIVACY LAW AND PRIVACY POLICIES, INCLUDING THE AUTHOR’S POLICY OUTLINE, PURCHASE:
Privacy Law Answer Book (2017 Edition) Edited by Jeremy Feigelson, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP
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|James P. Ellison and Anne K. Walsh’s FDA Deskbook: A Compliance and Enforcement Guide provides an in-depth discussion on recalls.
A firm conducting a recall must develop a recall strategy taking into account the results of the Health Hazard Evaluation (HHE), ease in identifying the product, the degree to which the product’s deficiency is obvious to the consumer or user, the degree to which the product remains unused in the marketplace, and the continued availability of essential products. FDA will review and approve the recall strategy of a recalling firm. The elements of a recall strategy are:
TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE FDA, READ:
FDA Deskbook: A Compliance and Enforcement Guide Edited by James P. Ellison and Anne K. Walsh (Hyman, Phelps & McNamara, P.C.)
In celebration of National Library Week, Practising Law Institute is offering a 20% discount on all Treatises and Answer Books from April 10 – 16. Today is the last day of our sale!
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We’ve updated our coverage list! Check it out below.
Discover PLUS is updated continuously; this list serves as a snapshot of published online content as of July 2015. This comprehensive coverage list is organized as follows: Books in Alphabetical Order; Books by Practice Area; Forms in Alphabetical Order; and Transcripts.
Counsel to broker-dealers, investment advisers, U.S.-registered issuers and other participants in the securities markets must have a thorough and clear understanding of the SEC’s enforcement mechanisms. PLI’s new SEC Compliance and Enforcement Answer Book 2015 is a comprehensive and concise reference book organized in an easy-to-use Q&A format.
Edited by David M. Stuart (Cravath, Swaine and Moore LLP), this expert Q&A guide compiles the perspectives of leading practitioners from around the country who have previously served in the SEC Enforcement Division, many of whom were in some of the most senior positions in the Division.
Leveraging the authors’ experience and expertise, SEC Compliance and Enforcement Answer Book 2015 provides nuts and bolts guidance on:
Additionally, SEC Compliance and Enforcement Answer Book 2015 answers questions on insider trading, accounting and securities fraud, market manipulation and foreign corruption. The Q&A guide also tackles special issues related to investigations of attorneys, accountants, and those identified by whistleblowers.
If you’d like to order SEC Compliance and Enforcement Answer Book 2015, please email the PLI Library Help Desk or call 877-900-5291. SEC Compliance and Enforcement Answer Book 2015 is also available on Discover PLUS .
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Earlier this year, the American Association of Law Libraries published a report on The Economic Value of Law Libraries . The report emphasized the need for law librarians to communicate their libraries’ worth to their organizations and outlined best practices and strategies for doing so.
Electronic databases were ranked as the number one valued library service and training topped the list as the most effective communication activity across all respondents including users, library directors and stakeholders.
PLI Library Relations offers free in person and WebEx training sessions to our library customers. Our training sessions showcase PLI Discover PLUS, PLI’s electronic database of treatises, answer books, course handbooks, downloadable forms and program transcripts of PLI’s nationally acclaimed seminars.
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PLI’s has published a new answer book aimed at helping students and practitioners alike navigate the complex regulations administered by U.S. Customs and Border Protection for the importation of commercial goods into the United States. Import Practice Answer Book 2015 provides a comprehensive and step-by-step overview of the current law regulating when and where, and if, goods can be brought into the United States.