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TCL > July 2013 Issue > Read a book. Write a review.

July 2013       Vol. 42, No. 7       Page  123
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Read a book. Write a review.
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CBA members who are interested in reading a law-related book and writing a review for publication in The Colorado Lawyer may contact Leona Martínez at leonamartinez@cobar.org for guidelines and deadlines. If you have not previously written a review for The Colorado Lawyer, please provide an abbreviated résumé or self-description, stating your areas of expertise and interest. (See published reviews for formatting.) Titles listed below were available at press time. Resources in other media (for example, CD or video) also will be considered for review.


> Annual Review of Intellectual Property Law Developments 2011 (ABA Section of Intellectual Property Law, 2012); 603 pp., plus CD

> Antitrust Law Answer Book 2012–13, Joe Sims et al., eds. (Practicing Law Institute, 2012); 724 pp.

> Arbitration of International Business Disputes—Studies in Law and Practice, by William W. Park
(Oxford University Press, 2012); 771 pp.

> The Associate as Rainmaker: Building Your Business Brain, by David King Keller (2d ed., Crown King Books, 2013); 167 pp., plus appendices

> Debt Restructuring, by Olivares-Caminal et al. (Oxford University Press, 2011); 459 pp.

> Ending the Gauntlet: Removing Barriers to Women’s Success in the Law, by Lauren Stiller Rikleen (Thomson Legal Works, 2006), 409 pp.

> The Family Law Trial Evidence Handbook: Rules and Procedures for Effective Advocacy, by Stephen N. Peskind (ABA Section of Family Law, 2013), 314 pp., plus appendix

> Forensic Psychology Consultation in Child Custody Litigation: A Handbook for Work Product Review, Case Preparation, and Expert Testimony, by Philip M. Stahl and Robert A. Simon (ABA Section of Family Law, 2013), 214 pp.

> Guided Reference in Dependency: An Advocacy Guide for Attorneys in Dependency Proceedings (Office of the Child’s Representative, 2012); 188 pp.

> Intellectual Property Law Answer Book 2013, by Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP (Practicing Law Institute, 2012); 717 pp.

> iPad in One Hour for Litigators, by Tom Mighell (ABA Law Practice Management Section, 2013); 103 pp.

> A Legal Strategist’s Guide to Trademark Trial and Appeal Board Practice, by Johnathan Hudis, ed. (2d ed., ABA Section of Intellectual Property Law, 2012); 424 pp.

> A Manual of Style for Contract Drafting, by Kenneth A. Adams (3d ed., ABA Business Law Section, 2013); 455 pp.

> The Oxford Handbook of Criminology, Mike Maguire et al., eds. (5th ed., Oxford University Press, 2012); 1,016 pp.

> Passing the Torch Without Getting Burned: A Guide to Law Firm Retirement and Succession Planning, by Peter A. Giuliani (ABA Law Practice Management Section, 2013), 123 pp., plus appendices

> Patent Law: A Practitioner’s Guide, by Ronald B. Hildreth and David Aker (4th ed., Practicing Law Institute, 2012); 1,138 pp.

> Settlement Negotiation Techniques in Family Law: A Guide to Improved Tactics and Resolution, by Gregg Herman (ABA Section of Family Law, 2013), 161 pp.

> Trademark and Deceptive Advertising Surveys—Law, Science, and Design, by Shari Seidman Diamond and Jerre B. Swann (ABA Section of Intellectual Property Law, 2012); 375 pp.

> Transnational Commercial Law, by Roy Goode et al. (2d ed., Oxford University Press, 2012); 1,045 pp.

> Trends in DUI Discovery, by Leonard R. Stamm et al. (Thomson Reuters/Aspatore, 2012); 136 pp., plus appendices

> The Workplace Violence Prevention Handbook, by Don Philpott and Don Grimme (Government Institutes, The Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2009); 151 pp., plus appendices

> Yearbook on International Investment Law & Policy 2011–2012, Karl P. Sauvant, ed. (Oxford University Press, 2013); 790 pp.

> Zubulake’s e-Discovery: The Untold Story of My Quest for Justice, by Laura A. Zubulake (Oxford University Press, 2011); 459 pp.

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