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Off the Page & Beyond the Book: a AALL 2013 panel you do not want to miss. *UPDATED*

June 30, 2013

*UPDATE* Due to a conflict, Eyal Iffergan will be unable to participate in this panel. However, the always brilliant Jean O’Grady of DLA Piper will be stepping into Eyal’s shoes to give us an insider’s insights into the future of eBooks. On Monday, July 15th at 2:30 p.m. in Rooms 602-604 of the Washington State [...]

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Adopting an eBook model is a terrible idea for legal publishers.

July 9, 2012

By Jason Wilson I was reading Jean O’Grady’s recent article The Future of eBooks in Law Firms and the Future of Libraries and noted that it only took her a year to go from bullish to optimistic on law eBooks: Having watched the legal eBook market evolve over the past year, I now am guardedly optimistic [...]

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Will West Publishing capture the used casebook market?

August 5, 2010

By Jason Wilson So, it would appear that West Publishing still has a few tricks up its sleeve. On the heels of being nominated as one of the world’s most ethical and admired companies and best global brands, they’ve gone and launched a very interesting new service: the [Casebook] Rental Program for Students. And by “interesting,” [...]

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iOS4, folders & the race for an eBook app.

June 11, 2010

By Jason Wilson With the release of iOS4 on the horizon for both the iPhone, and then this Fall, the iTouch and iPad, users will be able to create folders of related content, say for “law.” By dragging one app on top of another, you can create a single folder containing them both and any [...]

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