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: Sale/Leaseback Transactions in Real Estate
This program provides you with a practical guide to understanding the economics of sale/leaseback transactions, properly structuring these deals, and drafting trips to avoid traps.
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Oregon Law School's Green Business Initiative 2014 Symposium,
Join Oregon Law School's Green Business Initiative for their 2014 Symposium, Constructing the Green Future.
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CLE: Piercing the Entity Veil
his program is a guide to the circumstances when a veil can be pierced under statutory and common law, ways to defend against individual liability, and how to “cure” the circumstances giving rising to veil-piercing.
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CLE: Evaluating, Prosecuting and Defending Non-Compete and Trade Secret Litigation
Significant changes to Oregon's noncompetition statute, coupled with the growth in electronic communications and social media, now require fresh and creative approaches to evaluating, defending and prosecuting litigation when employees depart to competing companies.
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CLE: Law of Religious Organizations
This program provides you with a real-world guide to the law of religious organizations, including discussions of employment, health care, tax, First Amendment, governance, and civil litigation issues.
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NEWS
Samuel Hernandez named Litigation Section Rising Litigator
Business Law Section member Samuel Hernandez is the recipient of a Litigation Section Rising Litigator Award.
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Natural gas explosion highlighted China's race to pursue fracking
Sinopec claims no deaths, villagers say otherwise and complain of pollution
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Apple purchases hydroelectric project near its Prineville data center
Acquired from EBD Hydro, project might generate 3-5 megawatts
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Pew study says banks have improved a bit on "gotcha" fees
Report also finds more waivers on dispute resolution options, however
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Oregon officials and watchdog groups criticize PacifiCorp's dependence on coal
Coal burning plays a big role in company's newest 20-year plan for inexpensive power to Oregon residents
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