The Practising Law Institute’s Discover PLUS Content Added in 2015 list is out! Inside the catalog is a listing of the books, form, and transcripts that were added to PLI Discover PLUS in 2015. This list is a reference guide for librarians, attorneys, researchers, and other subscribers.
PLI Discover PLUS continually grows: new books are published; Treatises are updated; Forms are added; and new programs generate our Course Handbooks and Transcripts. In 2015, we added or updated the following:
- 20 Answer Books
- 217 Course Handbooks
- 288 Archived Course Handbooks
- 254 Forms
- 231 Transcripts
- 18 Treatises
- 65 Treatises – Supplemented
On December 4, 2015, President Obama signed into law the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act, known as the FAST Act. Although aimed primarily at authorizing spending on highway and transit projects, the FAST Act includes several amendments to the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (JOBS Act) and other securities law provisions. The aspects of the FAST Act applicable to IPOs are already in effect, while other provisions are subject to future SEC rulemaking. The changes made by the FAST Act, together with other recent developments, will help shape the IPO landscape in the coming year and beyond.
To help practitioners cope with these changes, PLI just published a special free report exploring the FAST Act’s impact on the IPO market. Written by David A. Westenberg (WilmerHale), author of PLI’s Initial Public Offerings: A Practical Guide to Going Public, the report provides a summary of developments stemming from the FAST Act, as well as of their implications. Download the report here or you can find it in the table of contents for Initial Public Offerings: A Practical Guide to Going Public.
PLI is exhibiting at the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Annual Meeting, which takes place in New York from today through Sunday. Make sure to stop by our booth, #201, to see our new Discover PLUS app and get a fun, app-related giveaway! Never seen Discover PLUS, our online research database? Not to worry! We’ll be available for demos.
We look forward to seeing you there!