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PLI Discover PLUS Featured on S.J. Quinney College of Law ULaw Today Blog!

S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah has access to PLI Discover PLUS and the library made its patrons aware of the new service through their blog, ULaw Today!

Do you subscribe to PLI Discover PLUS? If so, a blog post or library page is a great way to spread the word to your patrons. Contact the PLI Library Help Desk for images and information you can add to your blogs, intranet, subject guides, practice area pages, listservs, or any other way you’re reaching your patrons!

SJ Quinney PLUS Post

PLI Librarian Advisory Breakfast at AALL 2014

breakfast meetingPLI cordially invites you to our Librarian Advisory Breakfast at the AALL 2014 Annual Meeting and Conference.

We’re currently developing a taxonomy with the aim of making our content even easier to find and discover online and we’ll showcase our prototype over breakfast. During the breakfast, we’ll also demonstrate the exciting future enhancements that are currently planned for Practising Law Institute’s Discover PLUS, our eBook library containing our authoritative Treatises, Answer Books, Course Handbooks, Program Transcripts, and Legal Forms.

Breakfast will take place bright and early on Monday, July 14th  from 7:30 – 8:30 AM at the Marriott Riverwalk.  Don’t worry–we’ll have plenty of coffee!

Please email us to RSVP and we’ll include location details in your confirmation.

We’ll be in San Antonio for AALL!

AALL Exhibiting 2014

PLI will be in San Antonio this summer for the Annual Meeting and Conference.

Stop by our booth, # 218, to say hello and learn about some of the exciting enhancements we’ve made to PLI Discover PLUS!

Need more incentive? We’ll be auctioning off a fantastic prize that will help you fill up all the time you’re saving using PLI Discover PLUS!

New Edition! Derivatives Deskbook: Close-Out Netting, Risk Mitigation, Litigation (2nd Edition)

Derivatives DeskbookDerivatives Deskbook: Close-Out Netting, Risk Mitigation, Litigation is a comprehensive derivatives resource geared to all users of swap agreements and derivatives, from financial institutions to corporate end users.

This new second edition defines the key terminology; identifies the major players; discusses the full range of documentation; and highlights risk mitigation techniques and best practices that can significantly minimize risks. Derivatives Deskbook examines the termination events and events of default that can trigger the early termination of OTC derivative transactions; the important process of closing out these deals; and the complex process of calculating the early termination amounts due the parties under the transactions, as well as how these transactions can be terminated in ways that minimize the damage to the parties and to the global financial system.

Most importantly, Derivatives Deskbook provides a comprehensive resource to all key litigation cases involving derivative transactions around the key jurisdictions in the world. It is an essential resource for every lawyer or business person engaged in derivative transactions.

Check out this new edition on our eBook library, PLI Discover PLUS, today!

Georgetown University Blogs about PLI Discover PLUS!

Discover PLUS was recently featured on Georgetown Law School’s Due Process blog, which keeps students updated about new resources and technology that the Edward Bennett Williams Law Library has to offer.


We’re happy to report that Georgetown is a new Discover PLUS subscriber.

Are you a law school interested in a PLUS subscription? If so, email or call (877-900-5291) us today!

George Washington University Blogs about PLI Discover PLUS!

PLI Discover PLUS was recently featured on GW Law School’s “The Burns Brief“, which provides news, information, and resources from the Jacob Burns Law Library.


We’ll be attending GW’s research fair–Lawlapalooza–and can’t wait to meet everyone and demo Discover PLUS!

Just Published: Employment Law Yearbook 2013

employmentThis new 2013 edition of Employment Law Yearbook covers the most important issues facing today’s employers and employment law practitioners. In this tight employment market and amid the rapidly changing global economy, it is imperative that employers and employment law practitioners understand the legal implications of a wide range of workplace actions.

Authored by Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP’s Global Employment Law Practice Group, a nationally recognized leader in this field, Employment Law Yearbook 2013 revises the 2012 edition and provides a review of current developments in the law, including case decisions, statutes, and other events of interest to employers in the past year, as well as practical steps employers can take to minimize their risks and comply with the law.

Revised annually, Employment Law Yearbook 2013 is an essential reference for in-house and outside corporate attorneys, human resource professionals, attorneys representing employees in lawsuits, and employees involved in lawsuits.


Discover PLUS National Tour Ends

Today was the last stop on our Discover PLUS national tour.  We wrapped things up in our home city, NYC, which has been through a lot these past few weeks.  A big thanks to everyone who attended one of our lunches–we learned a lot and now have some amazing feedback on Discover PLUS, which we can’t wait to implement.

If you couldn’t attend one of the lunches, not to worry!  Check out our introductory video here (or press play below) or contact us to set up a WebEx demo.


Discover PLUS is Live!

Discover PLUS, PLI’s new eBook library, went live today!  Discover PLUS is your source for our authoritative Answer Books, Course Handbooks, Treatises, Legal Forms, and Program Transcripts.  What’s more, Discover PLUS includes tools to help you manage your research, such as folders and saved searches.  And you can access our whole library for one flat, firm-wide price

Sound good? Check out our video introduction below.  Contact PLI’s Library Relations Department (libraryrelations@pli.edu; 877-900-5291) if you have any questions or you’d like to learn more.

Introducing PLI’s Discover PLUS!

Practising Law Institute announces the release of Discover PLUS– our new ebook library created by legal researchers to meet the needs of legal researchers.

Discover PLUS offers the following features:

  • First-rate secondary source material–Subscribers have all-inclusive 24/7 access to our library of acclaimed publications.
  • One flat, firm-wide fee–Pay a one-time, upfront, flat fee for the entire firm and avoid per-click charges and complicated statements.
  • Searchable forms–We’ve included a database of over 1,000 customizable legal forms
  • Manageable research–Organize your research using folders and saved searches
  • New look and feel–Redesigned interface for easy navigation

Interested in learning more? Check out our press release here or watch this video.

Please contact Library Relations (877-900-5291 or libraryrelations@pli.edu) if you have any questions.