Oregon State Bar Bulletin — DECEMBER 2002

CLE SEMINARS

Super CLE Video Week

Dec. 16-21
Oregon State Bar Center
Lake Oswego, Oregon

Monday, Dec. 16

  • Advising the Troubled Business in Oregon, 5.25 MCLE credits and 1 ethics credit
  • Jury Selection: Method, not Madness, 6 MCLE or practical skills credits

Tuesday, Dec. 17

  • Handling Domestic Relations Cases, 4 MCLE credits and 2 ethics credits
  • Planning for Long-Term Care, 6.5 MCLE credits

Wednesday, Dec. 18

  • Juvenile Law, 7 MCLE credits
  • Administering Oregon Estates, 6.25 MCLE or practical skills credits and 1 ethics credit

Thursday, Dec. 19

  • Conflicts of Interest: The Basics, 2 ethics credits
  • Child Abuse Reporting, 1 Child Abuse Reporting credit
  • Defensive Lawyering: Ethics with Jarvis, Fucile & Tellam, 3 ethics credits
  • 21st Century Employment Law: New Twists on Old Laws, 6.25 MCLE credits

Friday, Dec. 20

  • BOLI Basics: Wage & Leave Laws in Oregon, 6.5 MCLE credits or practical skills credits
  • Handling Auto Accident Cases, 5.5 MCLE credits and 1 ethics credit

Saturday, Dec. 21

  • The Ethical Perils of Pauline McQueen, 3.5 ethics credits
  • Full Disclosure, In re Brandt and Griffin, 3 ethics credits
  • Immigrants in the Courts, 1 MCLE credit, .5 ethics credit and 4.5 Diversity credits

Super CLE Video Week

Dec. 18 - 20
Gaydos Churnside & Balthrop
440 E. Broadway, Suite 300
Eugene

Wednesday, Dec. 18

  • BOLI Basics: Wage & Leave Laws in Oregon, 6.5 MCLE credits or practical skills credits

Thursday, Dec. 19

  • Administering Oregon Estates, 6.25 MCLE or practical skills credits and 1 ethics credit

Friday, Dec. 20

  • Conflicts of Interest: The Basics, 2 ethics credits
  • Child Abuse Reporting, 1 Child Abuse Reporting credit
  • Defensive Lawyering: Ethics with Jarvis, Fucile & Tellam - 3 ethics credits

Last Chance Video

Dec. 30 & 31
Oregon State Bar Center
Lake Oswego

Monday, Dec. 30

  • Advanced Nonprofit Law: Beyond the Basics, 4 MCLE credits
  • Lawyer Discipline in Oregon, 3 ethics credits
  • DUII and Drug Recognition Evaluation (DRE) Essentials, 7 MCLE credits and .5 ethics credit

Tuesday, Dec. 31

  • Tips and Tricks: Skilled Litigators Share Their Secrets, 6 MCLE credits
  • Broad Brush Taxation, 6.75 MCLE credits



For additional CLE Seminars information

 CLE Publications

Federal Civil Litigation in Oregon, 2002 cumulative supplement

With 30 chapters and a litigation timetable, this book provides the information needed o litigate effectively in federal district court, emphasizing the local practice and procedure needed to litigate a federal claim in Oregon. It includes in-depth coverage of the following: Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and local rules; jurisdiction, removal and remand; personal jurisdiction; venue and transfer; governing law; relationship between state and federal courts’ pleadings and claims; motion practice; parties; class actions and shareholder derivative actions; injunctions and other forms of relief; discovery; depositions; attorney-client privilege; Rule 11 considerations; summary judgements and much more. To see the complete table of contents, visit www.osbar.org and click on 'new CLE publications.'

The 2002 cumulative supplement updates every chapter, analyzes new Oregon and 9th Circuit cases, amendments to local rules and FRCPs and includes: information on electronic filing; a table summarizing which documents must be filed conventionally as opposed to electronically; opt-out procedures for mandatory disclosures; Daubert hearings; determining jurisdiction based on a website; a revised chapter on jurisdiction, removal and remand; an updated litigation timetable, etc.

Cost: 2002 cumulative supplement, $115; 1994 book with 2002 cumulative supplement, $205. Also available on CD-ROM. To order, call the OSB Order Desk at (503) 684-7413, or toll-free in Oregon at (800) 452-8260, ext. 413.

Still coming in 2002: Creditors’ Rights and Remedies (2002 revision); Uniform Civil Jury Instructions (2002 supplement). 

To order, call the OSB order desk at (503) 684-7413, or toll-free in Oregon (800) 452-8260, ext. 413. Or visit our website at www.osbar.org to see the entire library, including sample chapters from all of our books.

Coming Up

Jan. 24-25 5th Annual Oregon Trial Advocacy College

Feb. 7 Time Mastery for Lawyers

Feb. 21 Advanced Internet Research, with Leigh Webber

Feb. 28 Real Life Disability Law Issues and Answers

Mar. 7 10th Annual Litigation Institute & Retreat

Mar. 14 Juvenile Law

Apr. 18 Fundamentals of Money Judgments

Apr. 25-26 16th Annual Northwest Bankruptcy Institute


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