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Treatises on Fastcase provides access to over 130 treatises that Jenkins members can access from the office or home. Among those 130 treatises, members can find many titles that offer practical guidance and legal forms. One such title is Commercial Real Estate Leases: Preparation, Negotiation, and...
Are you looking for an executive order issued by a Philadelphia mayor? Try searching the executive orders available from the Office of the Mayor on phila.gov . The website provides access to mayoral executive orders from 1952 to present. Users can search by keyword across all mayors or use the...
If you have a case in Pennsylvania or New Jersey and you need to find the cause of action, check out the causes of action titles on LexisNexis Digital Library . Pennsylvania Causes of Action and Encyclopedia of New Jersey Causes of Action can help you to evaluate theories of recovery and find...
With all the news surrounding Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter, you may have a few questions about the law of mergers and acquisitions. Terms like “hostile takeover” and “poison pill” are appearing in articles about the acquisition, but what do these terms actually mean? If you want to learn more...
Jenkins is excited to announce the addition of a new legal research database, vLex . With vLex, Jenkins members can now remotely access a comprehensive database of international legal materials. vLex coverage spans over 100 countries and includes collections of case law, legislation, dockets,...
Did you know that your Jenkins membership provides access to The New York Times? On General OneFile , a one-stop source for finding news and periodical articles, Jenkins members can access the daily New York Times. General OneFile’s coverage of the newspaper begins in 1985 and continues to present...
Are you looking for a helpful guide to ERISA compliance? Check out Employee Benefits Law: ERISA and Beyond by Jeffrey D. Mamorsky on Law Journal Press *. This book serves as a basic guide to employee benefits law for attorneys, accountants, and other professional advisors. It introduces the reader...
In recognition of Presidents’ Day - this Monday, February 21 - let’s take a look at the presidential documents available on Federalregister.gov . Federalregister.gov is a jointly administered website by the Office of the Federal Register (OFR) of the National Archives and Records Administration (...
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen G. Breyer recently announced that he would retire at the end of the 2021-22 term, after nearly 28 years of service on the Supreme Court. He was nominated to the court in 1994 by President Bill Clinton. Statements on Breyer’s retirement from current and retired...
Are you researching an issue of foreign, comparative, or international law? Check out the over 1,000 publicly available Law Library of Congress Legal Reports . “The Law Library of Congress produces reports on foreign, comparative, and international law in response to requests from Members of...