(Law Student/Staff Use only) The set complements von Kalinowski’s treatise on antitrust, covering: Counseling - the relationship between outside and in-house counsel; document control; antitrust compliance programs; corporate mergers and acquisitions; terminating dealers and distributorships; franchising; and international antitrust, health care, intellectual property. Private Civil Actions - with step-by-step guidance through all stages of litigation: Government Civil Actions - including civil enforcement by the Antitrust Division and Federal Trade Commission Proceedings Criminal Antitrust Litigation, with practical material on: Criminal Investigations, Counseling the Antitrust Grand Jury Witness, Motion Practice, Post-Indictment Pre-Trial Procedure, Trial, and Sentencing under the 1989 guidelines
(Law Student/Staff Use only) This is the most comprehensive detailed treatise available on antitrust. Organized by types of antitrust violation, such as horizontal and vertical restraints of trade, monopolization and price discrimination Analysis of how different types of mergers, acquisitions or joint ventures can be problematic under Clayton Act Section 7
This online catalog provides access to the collections of Washburn University Main Library (Mabee), Washburn University School of Law Library, the Kansas Supreme Court Library, Kansas State Library and the Menninger Library.
(Law Student/Staff Use only) Medical phrases are presented and alphabetized according to their natural word order - the order in which the words appear in textbooks, journals, medical reports and courtroom conversation. Thousands of definitions in the Attorneys Dictionary of Medicine provide more than the bare essentials. It also includes medical illustrations.
(Law Student/Staff Use only) Youll find detailed, hard to find information on hundreds of injuries and disease, complete with diagnosis, treatment, prognosis, and medical-legal annotations. Written specifically for the practicing attorney, this valuable tool will help you confidently prepare and present your case.
(Law Student/Staff Use only) A monthly reporter offering authoritative, up-to-the-minute coverage of the latest developments in insurance bad faith, wrongful discharge from employment and other areas of the law in which a breach of the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing may give rise to a tort cause of action. Fully cross-referenced to Insurance Bad Faith Litigation.
Coverage includes English-language periodicals and more than 1,800 books added each year. Includes autobiographies, bibliographies, biographies, critical studies, fiction and drama, pictorial works, poetry, juvenile literature, obituaries, journals, collections of letters, book reviews, and interviews.
(Password Required) contains articles on: Finance, Acquisitions & Mergers, International Trade, Money Management, New Technologies & Products, Local & Regional Business Trends, Investments and Banking.
(Law Student/Staff use only) A comprehensive guide for both insurance companies and attorneys who advise businesses of all sizes. Complete with legal analysis based on case law and statutes, and helpful practice tips throughout, the work includes: Detailed treatment of many different types of insurance: liability, directors’ and officers’ liability, excess, property, financial guar- anty, suretyship, fidelity bonds, title, ocean marine, employee benefits, life insurance in business, insurance for environmental claims, and reinsurance; Risk management, including risk identification, management and control, and the purchase and administration of insurance, insolvency, and taxation issues; Litigating with an insurance company.
(Law Student/Staff use only) Business Organizations with Tax Planning contains in-depth analysis of corporation law and all relevant aspects of federal corporate taxation, including: full textual treatment of corporation law with references; federal taxation treatment with authoritative citations; general and limited partnership law; the law of limited liability companies; and materials on important areas of regulation such as Securities Law, Employment Discrimination, Bankruptcy, Antitrust, Copyright, Trade Secrets, and more. Business Organizations with Tax Planning provides detailed information on corporation law and all relevant aspects of federal corporate taxation.
(Law Student/Staff use only) This publication covers a variety of important business torts, including: Breach of fiduciary duty, including directors’ and officers’ liability; Unjust dismissal and employment covenants not to compete; Actions to recover for third party interference with contract relations, prospective advantage, lawful business and employment relations; Commercial defamation and deceptive advertising; Private RICO actions in the commercial context; Trademark, copyright and patent infringement.
(Law Student/Staff use only) This annual publication, with monthly advance sheets, provides up-to-the-minute coverage of the activity of the WorkersÆ Compensation Appeals Board as well as workers' compensation cases from the California appellate courts. All en banc opinions and selected panel decisions of the Appeals Board are reported here, as well as digests of important decisions denied judicial review by the California Court of Appeal. The digests are the only source for information on these cases other than the actual pleadings.
(Law Student/Staff use only) Detailed coverage of formation,regulation and operation of carriers; life, health and disability insurance; property and liability insurance; agents and brokers. Explanation of how different types of policies are structured and interpreted, and what types of provision endorsements and attachments they commonly contain. Examination of common insurance law problems and considerations. Appendices setting out illustrative policies. Analysis of California statutes, case law, regulations and other administrative materials
(Law Student/Staff use only) Eliminate the need to search through scattered titles and codes to find the intellectual property statutes you need. In one easy-to-use volume here are all the major federal and state statutes with annotations to important cases and law reviews.
(Law Student/Staff use only) Bankruptcy considerations and strategies for the structure and documentation of lending transactions. Enforceability of default provisions. Detecting financial problems. Bankruptcy practice: the unsecured and secured term lending agreement. The right of set off Participation in Chapter 11 reorganizations and Lender liability.
(Law Student/Staff use only)Part I analyzes the specific types of remedies available. Part II examines costs of litigation, economic factors and other relevant practical considerations for both plaintiffs’ and defendants’attorneys. Parts III-V discuss specific situations in which the business entity has been damaged, including: breach of contracts for the sale or lease of goods, services and intangible rights; breach of commercial lease contracts; infringement of copyrights and patents and the improper use of trademarks and trade names; private civil RICO actions; breaches under the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods; shareholder derivative actions; antitrust actions; and breach of contracts to invest or lend money.
Provides full text access to global information on women. Journals, newsletters, research reports from non-profit groups, government and international agencies, along with fact sheets are easily accessed through CWI. Information on women in over 150 countries is compiled in a single collection bringing together such disciplines as sociology, psychology, health, education and human rights.
(First Search: DataTimes) A DataTimes Newspaper database. The database covers approximately 126 newspapers, 92 of which are regional U.S. newspapers. The other 34 titles are from financial and regional newspapers published outside the U.S.List of titles
Is a component of Washlaw, is a gateway to Federal Government internet resources and other government related material. This gateway organizes documents by subject and by organizational charts. This site also has an Agency Index which provides links to Agency homepages, publications, organizational charts, electronic forms and opinions.
(First Search: FactSearch) The FactSearch Database is a guide to statistical statements on current social, economic, political, environmental and health issues, derived from some newspapers, periodicals, newsletter and documents such as the Christian Science Monitor, the Congressional Record, Congressional hearings, Daily Press Briefings of the White House, State Department and Department of Defense, and Australian, British and Canadian Parliamentary Debates. Web links to free full text are included frequently. FactSearch is the FirstSearch implementation of the A Matter of Fact database produced by Pierian Press, in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
More than 70 agencies in the United States Federal Government produce statistics of interest to the public. The Federal Interagency Council on Statistical Policy maintains this site to provide easy access to the full range of statistics and information produced by these agencies for public use. Please use the feedback button to indicate how well this site meets your needs and any suggestions for improvement.
(ForIntLaw) ForIntLaw's goal is to provide links to primary foreign and international legal resources, research aids, and sites useful in conducting research in these areas of the law. Sites linked from this page are arranged alphabetically by subject, author, country and occasionally title.
This site provides access to Congressional Bills, Calendars, Documents and Reports, the Congressional Record, Federal Register, GAO Reports, History of Bills, Code of Federal Regulations, Public Laws, Supreme Court Decisions, U.S. Code, Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents and Executive Orders
This site provides access to government documents disseminated from the Government Printing Office since 1994. It also allows one to locate which library owns a particular title, just in case the home library does not own the publication.
(First Search: IndxLegalPer) Articles from legal journals, yearbooks, institutes, bar association organs, law reviews, and government publications originating in the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand. Includes book reviews.
This site provides access to the full text temporary, proposed and permanent Kansas Regulations. The Kansas Register updates the Kansas Administrative Regulations which are published on an annual or sometimes biennial basis. It also has Supreme Court and Court of Appeals Docket as well as Attorney General Opinions and Executive Orders of the Governor.
This page provides a gateway to the published opinions of the Kansas Supreme Court and the Kansas Court of Appeals. Coverage begins with October 25, 1996. Access to opinions is provided via keyword searching. In addition, lists are available alphabetically by case name (Supreme Court and Court of Appeals), by docket number, and by date opinions are released (beginning May 1, 1998, includes lists of unpublished opinions). Opinions are normally added to this site within one hour of the time (usually 9:30 a.m. each Friday) they are transmitted by the Reporter's Office to the WebMasters.
This page help people find attorneys. It is searchable by Attorney name, law firm, location/practice, corporate, government attorneys and faculty. The best aspect of this site is that it can be searched by subject
NAIL is a searchable database that contains information about a wide variety of NARA's holdings across the country. You can use NAIL to search descriptions for key words or topics, and then to retrieve digital copies of selected textual documents, photographs, maps, and sound recordings.
(NCJRS) The National Criminal Justice Reference Service Abstracts Database contains summaries of more than 150,000 criminal justice publications, including Federal, State, and local government reports, books, research reports, journal articles, and unpublished research. Click here for more information about this database. This site ONLY searches the Abstracts Database. To search the NCJRS full-text collection, go to the Virtual Library.
Bibliographic citations including abstracts, subject headings, and classification codes. Includes a variety of Internet accessible resources including World Wide Web pages and Listservs. New resource types, including Usenet newsgroups, FTP sites, Gopher servers, and electronic publications in many formats will be coming soon.
(First Search: NYT) The New York Times database covers international, national, business and New York regional news as well as sciences, medicine, arts, sports, and lifestyle news. All articles are from the Late City Edition of the New York Times (the same edition as produced on microfilm).
The NonProfit Gateway is designed as a central starting point to help nonprofit organizations access online federal information and services. Linked to all Cabinet Departments and many agencies, it contains information about grants, regulations, taxes, and other services as well as on a wide range of other topics and programs.
(First Search: ReadGuideAbs) Popular periodicals published in the U.S. and Canada. Includes current events and news, fine arts, fashion, education, business, sports, health and nutrition, consumer affairs, and others.
(Password Required) This site provides access to Tax Source Documents (i.e., U.S. Code, Regulations, Committee Reports & Tax Treaties, IRS Rulings & Releases Federal Court Decisions, Tax Court and Federal Procedural Rules, Pending & Enacted Legislation, and IRS Publications. It also includes the following Federal Editorial Materials: Federal Tax Coordinator 2d, Code Arranged Annotations & Explanations (USTR), Citator 2nd, 1999 RIA Federal Tax Handbook, Federal Taxes Weekly Alert Newsletter, Tables & Rates, Practice and Planning, Practice Aids, Federal Indexes, and current tax legislation.
Thomson & Thomson's TRADEMARKSCAN® databases allow you to search U.S. Federal and State trademarks and applications, as well as those from Canada, 13 European countries, the World Intellectual Property Organization, and the Community Trade Mark.
Worldwide Domain Name Search allows users to search domain names from InterNIC, Canada, and over 240 countries, with all the power and flexibility that T&T expertise can provide.
Automated and intelligent common law, exact screening search of Web sites for occurrences of your proposed trademark. Our new, cost-effective price of $35 per search makes the SiteComber Search even more attractive.
(First Search: SocioAbs) Sociological Abstracts: Abridged Edition is a substantially truncated version of Sociological Abstracts,and represents approximately 10% of the over 2500 journals covered by the comprehensive Sociological Abstracts file, also available from OCLC by subscription.
(Law Student/Staff use only) Examines the substantive, procedural, and strategic aspects of the law affecting cable television and other video technologies. Special emphasis on local and federal regulation (including copyright) of cable television: Franchising of cable TV systems; Broadcast television regulation; Regulation of new technologies such as Subscription Television (STV), Multi-Point Distribution Service (MDS), Direct Broadcast Satellite (DBS), Satellite Master Antenna Television (SMATV) and Electronic Publishing; Relevant antitrust, defamation, securities and tax issues; International developments in cable television; Applicable federal statutes and regulations; Sample FCC, copyright office and state forms.
(Password Required) This site provides access to the full text treaties of the United States from the beginning. Updated bi-monthly, it is the most up-to-date source for U.S. treaties -- even more timely than the official government publications. The TIARA U.S. Treaties Researcher gives you the full-text treaty documents and index information you need, quickly and easily.
V. is a law library on the Internet. The library contains coverage from all federal and state appellate courts. You can search in just one jurisdiction, or combine the jurisdictions as you require, to survey U.S. case law.
This directory of Attorneys allows patrons to search by Attorney name, and divides the attorneys into smaller groups (i.e., U.S. Lawyers, International Counsel, Corporate Lawyers, Government Lawyers, U.S. Courts, & Law Students).
(Password Required) This full text legal database contains many primary legal documents including Court Cases, Legislation, Agency Regulations and many Legal Periodicals and Newspapers. Westlaw has formed a partnership with Knight Ridder to provide access to their databases.
(First Search) The World Book Encyclopedia database is the online version of the 1998 World Book Encyclopedia, International Edition, consisting of more than 17,500 full-text articles and more than 1,000 tables contained in 21 volumes. World Book Encyclopedia is a more comprehensive and up-to-date work than the previous single-volume general encyclopedia offering on FirstSearch. The World Book Encyclopedia database is a requisite general reference tool for all public, academic, and special libraries. Note: this edition uses British spellings for many words. E.g. aeroplane for airplane, colour for color, etc.