Throughout this semester we have had a range of problems with accessing eBooks on Westlaw. Essentially these problems mean that we have been able to access books that are not part of our subscription. More information can be seen in the previous posts.
Unfortunately we have to report that these problems are still in place. While most of the issues have been resolved we are still getting access to 16 titles that we should not have access to, these titles are:
Comparative Law of Security Interests and Title Finance, 3rd Ed. Conflict of Laws and International Finance, 2nd Ed. Construction Professional Indemnity Insurance, 1st Ed. Costs & Funding following the Civil Justice Reforms: Questions & Answers 5th Ed. Cousins: The Law of Mortgages, 4th Ed. Illegality and Public Policy, 4th Ed. Inheritance Act Claims, 4th Ed. International Insolvency: Jurisdictions of the World, 1st Ed. International Loans, Bonds, Guarantees, Legal Opinions, 3rd Ed. Muir Watt & Moss: Agricultural Holdings, 15th Ed. Principles of International Insolvency, 3rd Ed. Project Finance, Securitisations, Subordinated Debt, 3rd Ed. Regulation of International Finance, 2nd Ed. Renton & Brown’s Statutory Offences Security Interests and Title Finance: Jurisdictions of the World, 1st Ed. Set-Off and Netting, Derivatives, Clearing Systems, 3rd Ed.
The company is still working on a resolution and access to these titles will be removed as soon as a resolution is found.
We are pleased to report that RefWorks have now updated their Status page to say the problems with RefWorks have been resolved. If you are still having problems with RefWorks, please try clearing out your browser cache, offline files and cookies and then close all browser windows and try again.