Monthly Archives: December 2010

Library News: California Library Laws 2011

The California State Library recently published the California Library Laws 2011. The document includes relevant California Code of Regulations that relate to public libraries, the State Library, and other library-related organizations and operations (like Nolo!).

Here at Nolo, we appreciate the public service that libraries and librarians provide. They help keep us connected to the public and support the accessibility of our resources and do-it-yourself empowerment. We hope that by sharing Library News that directly affects our library readers, we can continue our legacy of relevance and information-sharing for 40 more years!

Spanish Language Content Now Available

Nolo prides itself on making the law accessible to everyone and we believe that language should not be a barrier to finding information. Nolo.com now provides Spanish language content at our new Nolo en Español page.

Read through our various articles to find answers for your everyday legal and business questions en Español. And as always, there will be more content to come.

3 More FREE Books Added Online!

Did you know that you can read selected Nolo books online for free? Well, you can! Visit our Free Books section for a list of our free, newest edition titles.

Check out the 3 recent adds: Living Together, The Sharing Solution and Fiance & Marriage Visas. Keep an eye out for more books in the future!

Nolo & O’Reilly Media Co-Brand First Book

Nolo author Rich Stim has a new book out! Protecting Your Mobile App IP is Nolo’s first co-branded book with O’Reilly Media. This “mini missing manual” is a perfect way to learn the most cost-effective ways to protect your mobile device applications and is available from O’Reilly for $4.99.

Attorney Richard Stim specializes in small business, copyright, patents, and trademark issues at Nolo. He practices law in San Francisco and has represented photographers, software developers, craftspeople, publishers, musicians, and toy designers. He is the author of many books, including Music Law: How to Run Your Band’s Business Patent, Copyright & Trademark: An Intellectual Property Desk Reference and Profit Form Your Idea. Stim regularly answers readers’ intellectual property questions at Dear Rich: Nolo’s Patent, Copyright & Trademark Blog. Stim also produces audiobooks, such as Nolo’s Crash Course in Small Business Basics, and performs and records with two bands, MX-80 and angel corpus christi.

Nolo Author Fred Hertz is a Huffington Post Blogger!

Last month, Huffington Post launched a new Divorce section on its website. Nolo is thrilled to report that Fred Hertz, author of Making It Legal, is now one of their bloggers! Check out his first post and the awesome comments he has received so far.

Be sure to read Hertz’s other Nolo titles: Living Together and A Legal Guide for Lesbian & Gay Couples.