oregon state bar business law section mission:

To provide excellent service to the diverse group of business law practitioners throughout the State of Oregon by

  • providing regular, timely and useful information about the practice of business law
  • promoting good business lawyering and professionalism
  • fostering communication and networking among our members
  • advocating improvement of business law
  • supporting Oregon's business infrastructure and business community


UPCOMING EVENTS
CLE: Oregon Legalized it... Now What?
This CLE explores the planned implementation of Measure 91 legalizing the recreational use of marijuana, the general scheme for the regulation of recreational and medical marijuana producers and distributors, and how to advise Oregon businesses in both the recreational and medical marijuana market.
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CLE: Discovery, Judicial Settlement Conferences, & Difficult Questions
A nuts-and-bolts primer for newer lawyers and a refresher for more experienced lawyers on discovery and judicial settlement conferences.
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CLE: Structuring Minority-Stake and “Class B” Interests in Businesses
This program provides you with a practical guide to planning, structuring, and drafting “Class B” stock, membership interests, or other business arrangements.
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CLE: 2015 UCC Update
This program provides you with a wide-ranging update of recent practical developments under the UCC, including secured transactions, promissory notes and guaranties, investment securities, equipment leasing, and more.
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CLE: Cybersecurity Law
Join Law Seminars International for a stimulating and enlightening discussion of cybersecurity policy, risk management, and practical lessons learned.
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NEWS
Federal judge says Oregon may be immune from Oracle copyright lawsuit
Software company given another chance to improve its argument against state over failed health insurance website
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Alleged mastermind of Sunwest Management fraud to plead guilty
Jon Harder and partners accused of defrauding more than a thousand investors out of $130 million
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Obama says auto and bank bailouts by the government were ultimately profitable
TARP and Detroit bailout brought in $15.35 billion, according to Treasury officials
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Whistleblower biologist says contamination at Coos Bay LNG site ignored
Engineers omitted biologist's comments on contamination issues in their report to DEQ, Barbara Gimlin asserts
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11-year-old Bend Girl Scout drives cookie sales upward 135 percent, year over year
Plans for 2015 include use of digital marketing and sale of Girl Scout cookies
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