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PLI Discover PLUS: New Content Added in 2014!

2014 Content Added

The Practising Law Institute’s Discover PLUS New Content Added in 2014 list is out! Inside the catalog is a listing of the books, form, and transcripts that were added to PLI Discover PLUS in 2014.  This list is a reference guide for librarians, attorneys, researchers, and other subscribers.

PLI Discover PLUS continues to grow: new books are publishes; Treatises are updated; Forms are added; and new programs generate our Course Handbooks and Transcripts.  In 2014, we added or updated the following:

  • 19 Answer Books
  • 209 Course Handbooks
  • 518 Archived Course Handbooks
  • 604 Forms
  • 201 Transcripts
  • 13 Treatises
  • 60 Treatises – Supplemented




PLI Treatises Updated in April 2014

In April 2014, PLI updated the following Treatises:

If you are on standing order for any of these titles, the releases have already been shipped. If you would like to place an order, please email PLI Library Relations or call 877-900-5291.

Evidence in Negligence Cases 10th Edition

We’ve gotten a couple of calls from people concerned about not receiving Release # 12 for Evidence in Negligence Cases.

While it was originally slated for September 2009, it hasn’t been released yet, so as long as you have # 11, you’re all up to date. If you’re concerned as to whether your book is current, or want to know if you will automatically receive the update when it comes out, you can always give us a call at Library Relations:

or email at Library Relations.

Sack on Defamation Misprint

The wonderfully meticulous Mr. Jones brought this to our attention the other day: in the up to date copy of “Sack on Defamation”, page 2-44 there’s a footnote (#155) that says “see Section 11.6, infra“.

If you went looking in your copy, however, you’d notice that there is no section 11.6. We talked to the editors, and they say that this was a misprint, and that the footnote should actually refer to Section 13.6, which discusses infliction of emotional distress.

The misprint will be corrected in the next supplement, but we wanted to give you all a heads up. Thank you, Mr. Jones, for letting us know.