Connecticut Insurance Law Journal

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It has been brought to our attention that the Connecticut Insurance Law Journal has sent renewal invoices directly to our customers. These invoices were sent in error. William S. Hein & Co. has already sent payment to the publisher and advised them that all future invoices should be directed to us.

As always, invoices received directly from the publisher for titles handled for your library by Hein should be sent to our Customer Service Department.

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National Book Network Invoices

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It has been brought to our attention that The National Book Network has sent invoices with several of their recent shipments.  NBN has advised us that they send these invoices as a form of a packing list.  The publisher is currently working on a different form to send with the material to avoid future confusion.  Until NBN corrects this issue, please disregard the invoice as William S. Hein & Co. Inc. will continue to remit payment on your behalf.

As always, invoices received directly from NBN or any publisher for titles handled for your library by Hein should be sent to our Customer Service Department.

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NY Superseded State Statutes Collection (May 2011 Update)

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Please be advised that in the May 2011 shipment of the NY Superseded State Statutes Collection there were 3 fiche for the 1830 Abstract of the Revised Statutes of New York.  We’ve just discovered that this material was released in 2008 with the incorrect year at the header.  Please replace the 2008 fiche with the ones sent in the current shipment.

As a result of this error, William S. Hein & Co. Inc. will be issuing a credit in the amount of $10.00.

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Law Journal Press Publications

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Law Journal Press Publications

William S. Hein & Co. Inc. received the following announcement advising that Law Journal Press will be holding an online webinar to address customers concerns about the recent changes to their publications.

You spoke, we listened.

Please join us for a WebEx conference answering your questions about Law Journal Press Online.

Be the first to know about important recent fixes designed to address your concerns and about enhancements planned for the near future. We will also be pleased to reply to any additional questions or concerns that you may have.

Thursday June, 16 2011

1:00 – 2:30 PM EDT

RSVP to Jeannine Kennedy at jkennedy@alm.com

You’ll receive your WebEx credentials 48 hours prior to the conference.

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Reprinting of Regent Journal of International Law Delayed

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Please be advised that the reprinting of Regent Journal of International Law V. 6 #2 has been delayed and is now expected to be shipped sometime in May.   As a result, they are not releasing V. 7 #1 and #2 until after V. 6 #2 is sent.  The tentative publication schedule will have V. 6 #2 shipping in May, and V. 7 #1 and #2 coming this summer.

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Columbia Human Rights Law Review – Notices

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It has been brought to our attention that the new publisher of the Columbia Human Rights Law Review, Sheridan Press, has sent notices directly to our customers asking for proof of payment of V. 41 and V. 42.  These notices were sent directly to our customers in error.  William S. Hein & Co. will provide them with the requested information, and we will remind the publisher that all notices should be directed to us, as we will still be handling this title for our customers.

As always, invoices received directly from Sheridan Press or any publisher for titles handled for your library by Hein should be sent to our Customer Service Department.

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