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Patent Law for Scientists and Engineers: Provides a substantive introduction to patent law for engineers, scientists, and decision makers involved inthe patenting process. The book explains the underlying motivations and policies of the patent right, the importance of the patent right in industry, and the conceptual framework of the modern United States patent system.
Illinois Pattern Jury Instructions—Civil: Required by the Supreme Court of Illinois, this resource outlines the elements of what needs to be proven in a case and provides jurors with a legal road map to determine liability or guilt. LexisNexis is now the official publisher of the Illinois Pattern Jury Instructions.
Illinois Pattern Jury Instructions—Criminal: Provides uniformity in the elements to be proved at trial. Drafted by the Supreme Court Committee on Jury Instructions on Criminal Cases, this publication is required by the Supreme Court of Illinois. LexisNexis is now the official publisher of the Illinois Pattern Jury Instructions.
LexisNexis Practice Guide: Massachusetts Civil Trial Practice: A source of in-depth practical guidance on conducting civil trials in Massachusetts. Provides checklists, practice tips and abundant cross-references to forms.
The Legal and Regulatory Landscape of Hydraulic Fracturing: Provides an overview of major fracking topics from a legal and regulatory perspective. It includes a history of the fracking process; environmental issues and concerns; and overview of federal- and state- and municipal-level regulations; a survey of current litigation; and questions for oil companies and landowners to consider.
China International Institute of Antitrust and Investment, First Annual Antitrust Symposium, 2013: The emphasis of this important work is on Chinese antitrust law and, specifically, what companies doing business in China need to know about the law and its enforcement, both present and future. This work is filled with valuable information and insights as PRC companies increase their market penetration and investment in the West.
AHLA Fraud and Investigations Handbook for the Healthcare Industry, First Edition with CD-ROM: This new Handbook will arm health care administrators, executives, medical directors, office managers, physicians, and medical practice managers with a broad understanding of this industry-specific area of government enforcement. The authors detail the nuts and bolts of a fraud and abuse investigation, from an overview of the various federal and state enforcement agencies to settling a case.
LexisNexis Practice Guide: New Jersey Collateral Consequences: Offers concise explanations of collateral consequences flowing from specific New Jersey criminal convictions, general classes of offensees and general types of offenses, as well as unique practice strategies, checklists, and appendicies to ensure that the practitioner identifies and addressess all the collateral consequences related to each crime.
God-Thinking: Every Juror's Moral Brain, Religious Beliefs, and Effects on a Trial Verdict: Trial practitioners, attorneys, judges and consultants are invited to engage in new thinking about how jurors' moral compassess affect trial outcomes.
Colorado Marijuana Laws and Regulations: In 2012, the Colorado electorate approved a constitutional amendment legalizing retail marijuana. This presented an opportunity to expand the content in our existing CO medical marijuana publication. The 2013 edition, renamed Colorado Marijuana Laws and Regulations, adds the constitutional amendment and all new laws and regulations related to retail marijuana, while retaining all of the medical marijuana content from the prior edition. Produced in cooperation with the CO Department of Revenue and the CO Department of Public Health and Environment, Marijuana Laws offers users a comprehensive guide to this new and growing area of Colorado law.
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Over the next 18 months, LexisNexis plans to migrate select CD and newsletter titles exclusively to eBook format to improve timeliness and reduce our impact on the environment. CD technology has become out-of-date, and CD drives are no longer standard features on laptop computers. Newer technology offered by e-readers allows users to highlight, make notes, print and bookmark—enhancements that LexisNexis eBooks utilize to improve your research experience.
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