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    The two-volume State Bar PINNACLE™ codebook library now is divided by predominant issues rather than numerical order. Attorney-editors examined the scope of the statutes and regulations and focused on retaining those most often-needed and used, while winnowing out the more obscure and less popular.


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    May 4, 2011 – The PINNACLE™ codebook library is one of the State Bar’s most popular libraries, and with good reason. Each title contains the essential statutes, regulations, and other materials for specific areas of law – all in easily managed, paperbound volumes that you can carry with you or keep at your desk. Keeping the codebooks both compact and comprehensive is always a challenge, especially so in a field as vast as business law. This year PINNACLE has taken a fresh look at the two-volume Wisconsin Business Law Codebook, with an eye toward keeping the resource complete but making it more accessible.

    First, the attorney-editors examined the scope of the statutes and regulations included, focusing on retaining those most often-needed and used, while winnowing out the more obscure and less popular. Then they set out to reorganize the books, to place more closely related laws together. The result is a new two-volume set, divided not by numerical order but by predominant issues: Wisconsin Business Law Codebook: Transactions and Wisconsin Business Law Codebook: Organization and Operation. PINNACLE offers these volumes individually or as a set. Now you can more easily focus your research and lighten your briefcase, taking along only the relevant volumes.

    And don’t forget PINNACLE’s other codebooks provide up-to-date coverage for such critical practice areas as employment law, elder and disability law, family law, probate and estate planning, real estate law, and public utilities. Each codebook contains the relevant materials for its particular area of law. And, as always, each reflects the key legislative enactments of the busy 2009-10 legislative session. For a full listing of all 14 codebook titles, and for specific pricing information for each title, select the title below.

    Purchased individually, the 2011 Wisconsin Business Law Codebooks are available to members for $52.75 each, plus tax and shipping. Enjoy a 10 percent savings by purchasing the two-volume set for $95, plus tax and shipping.

    Wisconsin Business Law Codebook owners who subscribe to the State Bar’s automatic supplementation service will receive future editions at 10 percent off the regular price. For more information, contact the State Bar at (800) 728-7788 or (608) 257-3838.

    For more information or to order, contact the State Bar at (800) 728-7788 or (608) 257-3838, visit www.wisbar.org/cle/books, or click on the titles in this article.