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Review of Legal Resources
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CBA members who are interested in reading a law-related book and writing a review for publication may contact Leona Martínez at email@example.com for guidelines and deadlines. If you have not previously written for The Colorado Lawyer, please provide an abbreviated résumé or self-description, stating your areas of expertise and interest. Titles listed below were available at press time. An updated list can be found in the current issue of The Colorado?Lawyer online at www.cobar.org/tcl (click on the "Read a book. Write a Review." link in the right column of the Table of Contents). Reviews are not restricted to these titles; readers may suggest titles for review. Resources in other media (for example, CD or video) also will be considered for review.
> ABCs of Arbitrage: Tax Rules for Investment of Bond Proceeds by Municipalities, by Frederic L. Ballard, Jr. (ABA Section of Local Gov’t Law, 2011); 414 pp.
> Choosing the Language of Transnational Deals, by Patrick Del Duca (ABA Section of Int’l Law, 2010); 282 pp.
> Civilian or Combatant? A Challenge for the 21st Century, by Anicée Van Engeland (Oxford University Press, 2011); 162 pp.
> The Class Action Playbook, by Brian Anderson and Andrew Trask (Oxford University Press, 2011); 275 pp.
> Compendium of State Certificate of Title Laws, Harrell, ed. (ABA Business Law Section, 2009); 1,007 pp.
> Construction Insurance—A Guide for Attorneys and Other Professionals, Palley et al., eds. (ABA Publishing, 2011); 432 pp., plus Table of Cases
> Contractors in the Government Workplace: Managing the Blended Workforce, by Glenn J. Voelz (Gov’t Institutes, 2010); 123 pp., plus appendices
> Debt Restructuring, by Olivares-Caminal et al. (Oxford University Press, 2011); 459 pp.
> International Copyright, by Paul Goldstein and Bernt Hugenholtz (Oxford University Press, 2010); 407 pp.
> International Humanitarian Law and International Human Rights, Orna en-Naftali, ed. (Oxford University Press, 2011); 369 pp.
> The Oxford Introductions to U.S. Law: Torts, by John C.P. Goldberg and Benjamin C. Zipursky (Oxford University Press, 2010); 398 pp.
> Patent Litigation Strategies Handbook, Barry L. Grossman and Gary M. Hoffman, eds. (3d ed., ABA Section of IP Law, 2010); 1,495 pp.
> Patent Obviousness in the Wake of KSR International Co. v. Teleflex Inc., Paul M. Rivard and Allen F. Gardner, eds. (ABA Section of IP Law, 2010); 243 pp.
> The Power & Purpose of International Law—Insights from the Theory & Practice of Enforcement, by Mary Ellen O’Connell (Oxford University Press, 2008); 370 pp.
> Principles and Practices of Professional Consulting, by Steven C. Stryker (Gov’t Institutes, 2011); 169 pp.
> Property Values and Institutions, by Hanoch Dagan (Oxford University Press, 2011); 244 pp.
> Reorganizing Failing Businesses: A Comprehensive Review and Analysis of Financial Restructuring and Business Reorganization, by Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP (rev. ed., ABA Section of Business Law, 2006); 2 vols.
> Special Needs Families in the Military: A Resource Guide, by Janelle Hill and Don Philpott (Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, 2010); 264 pp., including resources
> U.S. Patent Prosecutor’s Desk Reference, by Joshua Graham and Thomas Marlow (Oxford University Press, 2011); 355 pp.
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