You have no items in your shopping cart.

Our practice books are renowned for their authoritative content. The expert guidance from CEB’s contributors— experienced California lawyers and judges—gives you a quick and dependable starting point for your legal research. CEB practice books are distinguished by clear and thoughtful organization and include background, guidance, checklists, legal forms, and more. OnLAW puts our superior legal titles online, giving you all the added advantages of the web: speed, search capabilities, portability, and links to cited cases and codes. 

View as
Sort by

Special Needs Trusts: Planning, Drafting, and Administration

Understand complicated special needs trust issues and public benefit laws affecting persons with disabilities with the first book to completely cover this rapidly expanding field.


Strategies on Appeal

While other practice guides tell you how to litigate your appeal, Strategies on Appeal shows you how to win it!
Drawing on decades of experience handling and consulting on hundreds of appeals in state and federal courts, Myron Moskovitz, one of California’s leading appellate lawyers, distills the lessons he’s learned into one convenient resource.


Taking Security Interests in Personal Property

Step-by-step instructions for obtaining and perfecting a security interest.


The California Municipal Law Handbook 2022

This handbook gives you the background, tools, and guidance you need in all major areas of California municipal law. Known as the definitive resource in its field, this work of over 300 municipal attorneys from the City Attorneys’ Department of the League of California Cities is published annually by CEB.


Recently cited as authority by the California Supreme Court (Wilde v City of Dunsmuir, 9 C5th 1105, 1127.).


Trade Secrets Practice in California

Help your clients guard their trade secrets, enforce trade secret protections, or defend against trade secret misappropriation.


Transferring Property Without Probate

This informative guide assists attorneys and paralegals with procedures for transferring property that passes outright to a named beneficiary or a surviving spouse.

View as
Sort by