New Books in the Library, Part 3

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By Sarah Roussel-Lewis

managingintellectualManaging Intellectual Property Value

“A ready reference for lawyers, accountants, chartered business valuators and financial professionals, Managing Intellectual Property Value is an easily accessible resource on questions about valuation and other financial matters relating to intellectual property management, transfer, valuation and calculation of remedies available to parties in dispute.”


militaryjusticeMilitary Justice in Action

“Military Justice in Action: Annotated National Defence Legislation, 2nd Edition is a unique, fully annotated work containing the National Defence Act and the Queen’s Regulations and Orders on an accompanying CD-ROM. It is a one-stop resource of key Canadian military legislation of relevance.”



musiciansMusicians and the Law in Canada

“A unique and practical text, Musicians and the Law in Canada, now in its revised, enlarged and updated 4th edition, provides an overview of the law, contracts and legal issues confronting musicians in Canada. Music contracts are analyzed, often paragraph by paragraph, with extensive commentary highlighting the legal implications of each provision.”



OccupationalhealthOccupational Health and Safety Across Canada

“This book, written in an informative yet highly readable style, is designed to provide the reader with an overview of occupational health and safety (OH&S) law and practice across Canada. It combines a discussion of broad general principles with information pertaining to jurisdiction-specific legislative provisions in each Canadian jurisdiction.”



oosterhoffOosterhoff on Trusts

“The eighth edition of this publication was prepared to incorporate the vast changes in the law of trusts since the previous edition. It is meant to provide students, practitioners and teachers of the subject with a clear structure for understanding the basic law of trusts, while providing insight into the complexities of trust law. The textual material is designed to give students a framework for understanding and analyzing the cases and materials that will enable them to be self-directed in learning.”


outofpracticeOut of the Mist: Understanding Canadian Labour Relations Strategy

“This unique book covers the theory and foundation concepts of labour relations strategy. Labour relations strategy is all about developing an effective organizational culture and the employee relations climate to achieve the overall business objectives. The authors explore various themes by borrowing from several disciplines and applying relevant concepts to the labour relations context.”



outofpracticeOut of Practice: Exploring Legal Career Paths in Canada

“Is it time to try something new? While this is a common question for anyone to ask over the span of a career, for people in law it can be particularly challenging to answer. You’ve already invested lots of time, money and effort to get where you are. But sometimes you need to take some time to reflect on whether your current path is right for you. This book will guide you through that process.”




Source: Thomson Reuters Carswell

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