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: Business Law 2014
The annual CLE program sponsored by the Business Law Section will be held on November 7, 2014 at the Multnomah Athletic Club. This information-packed seminar covers a range of topics key to a business law practice.
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Business Law Section annual meeting
The annual meeting of the OSB Business Law Section is Friday, November 7, 2014, at the Multnomah Athletic Club, 1849 SW Salmon Street, Portland, Oregon.
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OWL awards nominations deadline
Oregon Women Lawyers invites nominations for the 23rd Justice Betty Roberts and Judge Mercedes Deiz Awards.
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CLE: Real Estate Joint Ventures
This program provides you with a real-world guide to types of real estate joint ventures, major capital structuring issues, and drafting the major provisions of the underlying documents.
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CLE: Attorney Ethics When Supervising Other Attorneys
This program provides you with a real-world guide to ethical issues when attorneys supervise the work of other attorneys and paralegals.
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Carmen Calzacorta to Receive 2014 James B. Castles Leadership Award
The Business Law Section of the Oregon State Bar has selected Carmen Calzacorta to receive the 2014 James B. Castles Leadership Award, the highest recognition bestowed by the Section on one of its members.
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State report says Portland building is not keeping up with population growth
City has constructed one new home per 2.3 new residents over the past 20 years
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New book slams economists, their theories, and their forecasts
Jeff Madrick's "Seven Bad Ideas" critiques what he calls the so-called science of economics
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OSU researcher participates in study of Ebola's spread in Africa
Change in funeral practices could be the biggest preventive measure to be taken
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Nevada Supreme Court rules strip club dancers are employees, not independent contractors
Decision could have broad implications for adult industry; dancers could be owed as much as $40 million in back wages
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