HeinCites 42-14 | The Most Informative Edition Written to Date

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Gibson’s New York Legal Research Guide, Fourth Edition is the latest edition of the most comprehensive legal research guide available for New York State and New York City law. This award-winning guide has again been updated to accommodate the ever-changing laws of New York and contains complete coverage of the rich legal history of the City and its current primary and secondary legal research sources.

This guide is essential to studying New York Law and a must-have reference book for any attorney, paralegal, law librarian, law professor, or student performing legal research on New York!

The 4th Edition includes:

  • New developments in both print and electronic sources of information, including the new legal research service Bloomberg BNA,

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Holiday Closing

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The Hein Company will be closed Monday, December 31 and Tuesday, January 1. The company will reopen Wednesday, January 2.

Please note: HeinOnline Phone and Live Chat Support will be unavailable these days. Email will be monitored.

We hope you have a great holiday and great weekend, talk to you in the new year!

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Customer Appreciation Week – Promotion #4

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Today marks the fourth day of Customer Appreciation Week!

Special Promotion:

Purchase any of the following titles and Save 20% on HeinOnline’s History of U.S. Supreme Court Nominations Library

The First One Hundred Eight Justices

Unknown Justices of the United State Supreme Court

The Rejected Sketches of the 26 Men Nominated for the Supreme Court but Not Confirmed by the Senate

Contact marketing@wshein.com or 800-828-7571 and reference promotion code: APPDay4 to receive this special promotion! Act Fast! Promotion end date is 11/16/2012.

Click here to learn more about customer appreciation week!

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Three Weeks & Counting Until AALL 2012!

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We just can’t wait to get to Boston here at Hein. We have been preparing like crazy and AALL 2012 can’t come soon enough! We have sent out quite a few mailings over the past few weeks so don’t be surprised to find something from us in the mail.  In order to keep everyone  informed as to what we  have planned for AALL, here are a few items you definitely want to check out:

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Have You Heard of Hein’s Current Content Subscription Model?

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Hein’s New Current Online Subscription Model provides you access to articles as soon as they are published!

What is Hein’s Current Online Subscription Model?

Hein is pleased to introduce the Current Online Subscription Model! This model allows journals to publish their content on the HeinOnline platform. This will allow users to gain online access to every article as soon as it is published. Online access also includes all historical volumes, making the entire archive fully searchable in an online format. PLUS, users will be provided access to exclusive material not found in the bound volumes such as classic books, bibliographies of works, and links to other material of interest all related to the international jurisprudence of the family.

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Completely Reformatted 2nd Edition Now Available!

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Sources of Compiled Legislative Histories:
A Bibliography of Government Documents,
Periodical Articles, and Books,
1st Congress -110th Congress,
2nd edition

 Completely revised and updated with extended coverage!

Now including more than 5,000 entries!

Now contains more than 1,600 public laws and extended coverage of early congresses! Sources of Compiled Legislative Histories: A Bibliography of Government Documents, Periodical Articles, and Books, 1st Congress -110th Congress is intended as a locator of previously compiled legislative histories. All compilations are for major laws and refer to sources ranging from congressional documents to legal periodicals, and from treatises to looseleaf services.

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New Patent Reform Legislative Set from Hein

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Patent Reform:
A Legislative History of the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act

Editor: Willam H.Manz

What is the Patent Reform Act? The Leahy-Smith America Invents Act (also known as the Patent Reform Act of 2011) makes the most significant changes to U.S. patent law since 1952. Among the changes made by the Act, the most significant and controversial is the switch in patent priority from “first to invent” to “first to file.” This change grants a patent to the first person to file a patent application, regardless of the date of the invention.

More than 6,000 pages of bills, reports, and hearings!

The historical 5-volume set includes the text of the Act,

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