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

CLE: Restructuring Failed Real Estate Deals
This two-part program provides you with a roadmap to the economics, practical and legal processes, and major tax and bankruptcy issues of restructuring failed commercial real estate projects.
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CLE: Echoes of Inequality
This seminar reviews how laws riddled with inequality and exclusionary practices shaped our state today.
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CLE: UCC Toolkit: Letters of Credit
This program is a real-world to guide to using letters of credit, drafting their most essential components, understanding the roles and rights of each of the parties to a letter, and common traps in complying with UCC Article 5.
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CLE: UCC Toolkit: Promissory Notes
This program provides you with a practical guide to drafting and reviewing promissory notes, the rights and duties of parties to notes, significant enforceability issues, and the rights of buyers in due course.
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CLE: Ten Ways to Address the Risk of Litigation in Documenting the Deal
This MBA Seminar will cover best practices for minimizing the risk of future litigation in documenting business transactions
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Hanford ordered to reinstate worker who expressed concerns about safety
Richland-based contractor, Washington River Protection Solutions, almost must pay $220,000 in back wages
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United Airlines will try luring business travelers with more hot meals
Food options to upgrade from snacks to full meals even on some short flights
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City of Ashland votes on tax rates for marijuana sales
Council opts for recreational tax rate, though some urge taxing as a medicine
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CarMax, nation's biggest used car dealer, to open first two Oregon outlets
Locations in Clackamas and Beaverton will bring 175 jobs to the area
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Computer virus exposes customer information in The UPS Store system
About 100,000 transactions at 51 outlets in 24 states over past six months involved
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