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Access At Law is a book and CD set that is designed to help law firms maximize their use of Microsoft Access, Microsoft Corp.'s database manager.

The set offers step-by-step instructions on how to set-up and manage legal-specific databases. The CD-ROM includes ready-to-use legal databases for case management, firm marketing, basic litigation support, docket/reminder, practice development and more, says Jones-Mack Publishing, of Riverdale, Md.

For more information ENTER no. 329 after Clicking Here.

Y2K Procrastinator's Guide, by JD Consulting, is designed to help law firms and other organizations cope with Year 2000 computer bugs.

It helps users identify and repair problems for old and new PCs, including DOS and Windows 3.1/95/98/NT.

It also includes information on available Y2K patches.

From Charles River Media Inc.

For more information ENTER no. 333 after Clicking Here.

BNA Books has released its Nov. '99 Supplement to Patent, Trademark and Copyright Regulations.

The supplement updates the volume's sections on patent and trademark applications and copyright rules, says BNA, which is headquartered in Washington, D.C.

BNA also released a new edition of its Patent Prosecution: Practice and Procedure Before the U.S. Patent Office. It includes a hardcover volume and a case digest, in both softcover and diskette formats.

BNA's 1999-2000 Catalog is also available from the publisher.

For more information ENTER no. 330 after Clicking Here.

Prentice Hall Business & Profes-sional Publishing has released Information Systems Manage-ment Handbook, which discusses how firms can maximize productivity with their technology resources.

For more information ENTER no. 331 after Clicking Here.

The Cato Institute, of Washington, D.C., has released Nameless in Cyberspace: Anonymity on the Internet, by Jonathan D. Wallace. The briefing paper addresses the role of anonymous speech in the founding of the United States, and the subsequent legal history of such speech.

For more information ENTER no. 332 after Clicking Here.

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