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Legality of Microfilm

Edited by Robert F. Williams

A comprehensive legal research study on the laws and regulations covering the admissibility of microfilm in U.S. court actions and government regulatory proceedings. Includes: Introduction to Law, defining the four types of laws and a basic explanation of the functions of statutes, judicial decisions, and administrative regulations; a complete update of U.S. federal laws with exact working and important legal citaions; an analysis of U.S. state laws with exact repirnts of actual laws and complete legal citations; a summary of over 40 U.S. federal regulatory authorities with microfilm rules; a special section on U.S. state insurance commissions requirements for microfilm submission; and a unique "how-to-do" implementation section.

Binder, English, 552 pages, (Cohasset Associates) $210.00 members or nonmembers(*) Price includes annual update. *For shipment outside the U.S. Canada, or Puerto Rico, add $80.00 in U.S. dollars. Catalog No. B4521

Legality of Optical Storage

Edited by Robert F. Williams

A comprehensive legal research study on the laws and regulations covering the admissibility of optically stored records in court action and government regulatory proceedings. An essential reference book for anyone using, or planning to use, optical disks. Organized into ten sections as follows: An Overview; Executive Summary; Optical Storage Technology Definition; Identification and Review; Introduction to the Law and Optical Storage Systems; Legal Basis of Optical Storage; Federal Laws; State Laws; State Insurance Regulations; Federal Agency Regulations; Guidelines to Improve Legal Acceptance of Optical Storage Technology. Designed to be updated annually to keep subscribers informed of the latest available information.

Binder, English, 320 pages. (Cohasset Associates) $240.00 members and nonmembers(*) *For shipment outside the U.S., Canada or Puerto Rico, add $80.00 in U. …

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