More Than 70 ALM®/Law Journal Press Treatises And Over 300 ALM law.com Network Videos Available On lexis.com

More Than 70 ALM®/Law Journal Press Treatises And Over 300 ALM law.com Network Videos Available On lexis.com

ALM®/Law Journal Press® treatises:

Extra-Contractual Litigation Against Insurers

Claims against insurers have multiplied over the past few decades, as have the strategies of plaintiffs. Extra-Contractual Litigation Against Insurers is a comprehensive guide to new theories used in insurance litigation. It examines both the legal underpinnings of novel causes of action and the practical aspects of bringing claims and defending against them. Topics covered include:

  • insurer's third-party bad faith in refusing to settle;
  • first-party bad faith in refusing to pay benefits;
  • bad faith claims involving specific lines of insurance;
  • common law claims;
  • unfair claims settlement practices;
  • alternative theories of liability, such as unjust enrichment.

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Calculating and Proving Damages

Covering everything from "back-of-the envelope" estimates to the use of complex financial models, this guide will help counsel for both plaintiffs and defendants calculate and prove damages in various types of business litigation.

While methods for calculating damages contain some common elements, these methods can differ according to the area of substantive law involved. The authors of Calculating and Proving Damages draw on their experience and specialized knowledge to explain and clarify the techniques needed in virtually any damages situation you are likely to encounter. Topics covered include:

  • determining the types of damages available;
  • models for computing damages;
  • evidence-gathering techniques;
  • damages in tort, contract, intellectual property, antitrust, securities and other types of cases;
  • how to make complex models comprehensible to judges and juries; use of experts;
  • and more.

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  • Legal tab > ALM > ALM Treatises > Federal Practice
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Litigation Management

Litigation Management discusses litigation techniques from every standpoint. Topics include: 

  • in-house counsel's views on costs, litigation risk, litigation manager standards and the changing legal economy;
  • plaintiff attorney's strategies for case assessment, discovery and trial (because "knowing your enemy" can yield tangible benefits for defense counsel); multidistrict litigation;
  • management of class actions;
  • litigating against the federal government;
  • jury selection and how juries think and work;
  • arbitration;
  • and more.

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  • News & Business tab > Featured Content & Services > ALM > ALM Treatises > Litigation Practice & Procedure
  • Legal tab > ALM > ALM Treatises > Litigation Practice & Procedure

Federal Trade Commission: Law, Practice and Procedure

Federal Trade Commission: Law, Practice and Procedure provides a detailed analysis of all areas of FTC responsibility, including rule-making procedures; trade regulation statutes and rules; rules and procedures for investigations and litigation; application of U.S. antitrust laws to overseas conduct; Hart-Scott-Rodino premerger rules; evolving concepts of unfairness and deception; and asset freezes, injunctions and actions for civil penalties and consumer redress.

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  • Legal tab > ALM > ALM Treatises > Antitrust & Trade
  • Legal tab > ALM > ALM Treatises > Federal Practice
  • News & Business tab > Featured Content & Services > ALM > ALM Treatises > Antitrust & Trade
  • News & Business tab > Featured Content & Services > ALM > ALM Treatises > Federal Practice
  • Legal tab > Area of Law-By Topic > Antitrust & Trade > Search Analysis, Law Reviews & Journals > ALM
  • Legal tab > Area of Law-By Topic > Federal Practice > Search Analysis, Law Reviews & Journals > Antitrust & Trade
  • Legal tab > Area of Law-By Topic > Mergers & Acquisitions > Find Antitrust Materials

Practical Guide to the Occupational Safety and Health Act

Practical Guide to the Occupational Safety and Health Act discusses subjects such as: 

  • the practical impact OSHA has on a business;
  • how employers should respond to an OSHA inspection or enforcement proceeding;
  • the right of employees to initiate and participate in inspections;
  • appropriate challenges in rulemaking and adjudication proceedings;
  • and analysis of the statute and regulations to ascertain the rights of all parties.

It includes coverage of: the possibility of criminal prosecution for OSHA violations and the degree to which an employer's "indifference" to violations can constitute "actual knowledge;" the doctrine of "unpreventable employee misconduct;" and the responsibility of architects, engineers and other professionals to ensure compliance with safety standards.

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  • Legal tab > Labor & Employment > Search Analysis, Law Reviews & Journals > By Publisher > ALM
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Intellectual Property Law: Damages & Remedies (short name: IPLDMR)

Intellectual Property Law: Damages and Remedies addresses two crucial concerns of intellectual property owners-how to recover monetary compensation when an infringement has occurred and how to prevent further infringement.

This unique work explains how compensation and remedies are determined in every scenario, including infringement on the Internet. You'll read about: 

  • ex parte seizures and stopping infringing goods at the border;
  • provisional rights and remedies for patent owners;
  • injunctive relief; monetary damages;
  • punitive and statutory enhanced damages;
  • attorneys' fees and costs;
  • and more

This is the first book to turn to for coverage of all the issues that arise once liability for infringement has been established.

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  • Legal tab > Area of Law - By Topic > Copyright Law > Search Analysis, Law Reviews & Journals > ALM
  • Legal tab > Patent Law > Search Analysis, Law ReviewsJournals > ALM
  • Legal tab > Trademark Law > Search Analysis, Law Reviews & Journals > ALM
  • News & Business tab > Featured Content & Services > ALM > ALM Treatises > select Copyright Law, Federal Practice, Patent Law or Trademark LawLegal tab > ALM > ALM Treatises > select Copyright Law, Federal Practice, Patent Law or Trademark Law

Corporate Criminal Liability and Prevention

Corporate Criminal Liability and Prevention provides essential guidance on all aspects of this critical area, such as the sources of corporate criminal liability, the immediate and collateral consequences of conviction, and the available defenses to, and limitations on, liability. This up-to-date guide also examines current prosecutorial discretion standards, amnesties and sentencing guidelines. It instructs corporate counsel on how to adopt forward-looking compliance policies that can prevent criminal liability and how to mitigate the severity of penalties when they are unavoidable.

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  • News & Business tab > Featured Content & Services > ALM > ALM Treatises > select Corporate, Corporate Counsel, Criminal Law or Federal Practice
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Insuring Real Property Businesses

Insuring Real Property Businesses is an in-depth look at policy terms, legal issues and risks. It includes coverage of: 

  • "terms of art" commonly used in the field;
  • insurance contract interpretation and construction;
  • first party property and business interruption insurance;
  • third party comprehensive general liability insurance (CGL);
  • CGL coverage exclusions, including the "pollution exclusion;"
  • directors and officers liability insurance;
  • professional liability insurance;
  • surety bonds;
  • accessing other persons' insurance policies;
  • and loss control services

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  • News & Business tab > Featured Content & Services > ALM > ALM Treatises > select General Business, Insurance or Real Estate
  • Legal tab > ALM > ALM Treatises > select General Business, Insurance or Real Estate

Commercial Contracting: Sales Under the UCC

Commercial Contracting: Sales Under the UCC examines the framework of UCC Article 2 from offer and acceptance to damages and remedies, supplying practical analysis and extensive case law citations throughout. Coverage includes such topics as: 

  • the treatment of missing or uncertain contract terms;
  • non-conforming acceptances and modifications;
  • how the UCC codifies the Statute of Frauds and the Parol Evidence Rule;
  • express and implied warranties and disclaimers;
  • permissible responses by the buyer to a breach;
  • anticipatory repudiation;
  • the UCC's risk allocation rules

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  • News & Business tab > Featured Content & Services > ALM > ALM Treatises > Federal Practice
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  • Legal tab > ALM > ALM Treatises > Commercial Law

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