Vol. 42, No. 11
Review of Legal Resources
Read a book. Write a review.
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 email@example.com 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. (Practising 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 Curmudgeon’s Guide to Practicing Law, by Mark Herrmann (ABA Section of Litigation, 2006); 135 pp.
> Debt Restructuring, by Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal et al. (Oxford University Press, 2011); 459 pp.
> The Electronic Practice, by Donald H. Kelley; (e-Book, WealthManagement.com); 562 pp.
> EPA Compliance and Enforcement Answer Book 2013, by Adam Sowatzka and Richard E. Glaze, Jr. (Practising Law Institute, 2013); 251 pp.
> Essential Qualities of the Professional Lawyer, Paul A. Haskins, ed. (ABA Standing Committee on Professionalism, 2013); 262 pp.
> Fashion Law and Business: Brands & Retailers, by Lois F. Herzeca and Howard S. Hogan (Practising Law Institute, 2013); 783 pp.
> Financially Distressed Companies Answer Book 2013, by Douglas P. Bartner and Susan A. Fennessey (Practising Law Institute, 2013); 427 pp.
> Framed: America’s 51 Constitutions and the Crisis of Government, by Sanford Levinson (Oxford University Press, 2012); 393 pp.
> Guided Reference in Dependency: An Advocacy Guide for Attorneys in Dependency Proceedings (Office of the Child’s Representative, 2012); 188 pp.
> A Legal Strategist’s Guide to Trademark Trial and Appeal Board Practice, Jonathan Hudis, ed. (2d ed., ABA Section of Intellectual Property Law, 2012); 424 pp.
> Litigation Logic—A Practical Guide to Effective Argument, by Paul Bosanac (ABA Publishing, 2009); 474 pp.
> The Oxford Handbook of Criminology, Mike Maguire et al., eds. (5th ed., Oxford University Press, 2012); 1,016 pp.
> Post-Grant Proceedings Before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, by Oblon Spivak (Practising Law Institute, 2013); 17 chapters, plus appendices
> Social Media and the Law, Kathryn L. Ossian, ed. (Practicing Law Institute, 2013); 10 chapters> The Spine for Lawyers, by Samuel D. Hodge, Jr. and Jack E. Hubbard (ABA Publishing, 2013); 744 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.
> Trying Cases to Win in One Volume, by Herbert J. Stern and Stephen A. Saltzburg (ABA Publishing, 2013); 404 pp.
> Veterans Appeals Guidebook: Representing Veterans in the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, Ron Smith, ed. (ABA Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice, 2013); 90 pp., plus appendices
> Wrap Contracts: Foundations and Ramifications, by Nancy S. Kim (Oxford University Press, 2013); 213 pp.
> Yearbook on International Investment Law & Policy 2011–2012, Karl P. Sauvant, ed. (Oxford University Press, 2013); 790 pp.
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