It's called Legal Handbook for Photographers: The Rights and Liabilities of Making Images, and it's by Bert Krages. You should know that name. Bert is the guy who's responsible for the famous and widely used leaflet "The Photographer's Right." (The latter is free, and if you don't already have it, I recommend that you go download it now.)
Bert Krages' book is not the only legal guide for photographers: I've also recommended Photographer's Legal Guide by Carolyn E. Wright, who runs Photo Attorney, a great blog on legal topics of interest to photographers. And Bert's book isn't the place to go for lawyers and others who are deeply immersed in legal topics. Rather, it's the book to have for photographers whose grasp of rights and legal issues is sketchy at best and who need the basics set forth for them plainly and with a minimum of muss and fuss.
The book is straightforwardly aimed at practicing photographers. All of the chapters are good, but my favorites are Chapter 5, "Confrontations and Remedies," a subject on which the author is particularly good; and Chapter 8, "Formulating Your Ethics," because it's so commonsense and practical...and because it puts the responsibility for ethics so squarely where it belongs, on each one of us.
It's this week's "Recommended by M.J."
*The word, by the bye, is properly pronounced "primmer," not "prime-er."