This book, actually a looseleaf binder series, won The Bookseller's 2001 Diagram Prize for oddest book title, which may explain why it now seems to be available only under another name.
Corporate manslaughter, also referred to as "corporate killing," is apparently the term used in the UK and Commonwealth for what we in the U.S. would call a "wrongful death" case that happens to involve a corporation. "Service" just means the binder is periodically updated. But a "Corporate Manslaughter Service" seems to mean something completely different (and a lot more interesting).
I was not able to find a picture of the book itself, and it may be hard if not impossible to find now, but if anyone happens to have it I'd love to add its picture to the gallery of bad law books.