Oregon State Bar Bulletin — DECEMBER 2003

CLE Seminars

SUPER CLE VIDEO WEEK
Dec. 15-20
Oregon State Bar Center

Monday, Dec. 15:
Administering Oregon Estates, 6.25 general CLE or practical skills credits and 1 ethics credit

Hot Topics in Commercial Real Estate, 5.75 general CLE credits and .5 ethics credit

Tuesday, Dec. 16:
Drafting Business Documents, 6 general CLE credits and .75 ethics credits

Fundamentals of Collecting Money Judgments, 6.5 general CLE or practical skills credits

Wednesday, Dec. 17:
Advanced Nonprofit Law: Beyond the Basics, 4 general CLE credits

Special Needs Trusts, 4 general CLE credits

Deposing the Expert Witness & Using Depositions at Trial with David Markowitz, 5 general CLE or practical skills credits

Thursday, Dec. 18:
Handling Domestic Relations Cases, 4 general CLE credits and 2 ethics credits

Oregon and Northwest Juror Attitudes, 2.5 general CLE credits

A Primer on Jury Advocacy, 3.25 general CLE credits

Friday, Dec. 19:
Brave New Ethics: MJP & UPL, 3 ethics credits

Child Abuse Reporting, 1 child abuse reporting credit

Disclosure—In re Brandt and Griffin, 3 ethics credits

Immigration Status: A Primer for the Uninitiated, 3 general CLE or practical skills credits

Bridging Cultural Differences Through Communication, 1 diversity credit

Saturday, Dec. 20:
BOLI Basics: Wage & Leave Laws in Oregon, 6.5 general CLE or practical skills credits

The Mystery of the Virtuous Lawyer, 3 ethics credits

Access to Justice for Individuals with Disabilities, 3.25 diversity credits

SUPER CLE VIDEO WEEK
Dec. 17-19
Gaydos Churnside & Balthrop, Eugene

Wednesday, Dec. 17:
Drafting Business Documents, 6 general CLE credits and .75 ethics credits

Thursday, Dec. 18:
Administering Oregon Estates, 6.25 general CLE or practical skills credits and 1 ethics credit

Friday, Dec. 19:
Brave New Ethics: MJP & UPL, 3 ethics credits

Child Abuse Reporting, 1 child abuse reporting credit

LAST CHANCE VIDEO
Dec. 29 and Dec. 30
Oregon State Bar Center

Monday, Dec. 29:
Planning the Basic Estate, 6.5 general CLE or practical skills credits

Impeach Justice Douglas!, 3 general CLE credits

U.S. Supreme Court Update with Professor Charles Whitebread, 3 general CLE credits

Tuesday, Dec. 30:
Time Mastery for Lawyers: 60 Ways to Maximize Your Productivity and Satisfaction, 6 general or practical skills (Personal Management) CLE credits

Child Abuse Reporting, 1 child abuse reporting credit

Access to Justice for Individuals with Disabilities, 3.25 diversity credits

The Ethical Perils of Pauline McQueen, 3.5 ethics credits

To purchase videotapes, audiocassettes or audio CDs of these seminars, call the OSB Order Desk at (503) 684-7413, or toll-free in Oregon at (800) 452-8260, ext. 413. (Child Abuse Reporting is not available for video purchase). For video rental, call (503) 431-6351, or toll-free in Oregon, (800) 452-8260, ext. 351.


For additional CLE Seminars information

CLE Publications

Principles of Oregon Real Estate Law, 2003 Cumulative Supplement

Principles of Oregon Real Estate Law explains the often complicated underpinnings of real estate law, including: the creation and characteristics of estates in real property; concurrent ownership; the requirements of the statute of frauds as well as exceptions to it; the scope of marketable title and how it arises; creating, enforcing and interpreting covenants, restrictions and easements; the elements included as fixtures in conveyances and Oregon’s recording laws and priorities that arise under them.

The 2003 cumulative supplement updates the 1995 edition with statutory changes, evolving case law and commentary from the experts. The supplement points out new paths over the age-old concept of property ownership, including discussions on the following:

Are restrictions and covenants regarding residential use strictly or liberally interpreted by Oregon courts?

What are the survivorship rules that apply when property is held by two or more owners?

How did the 2001 revision of UCC Article 9 affect the law regarding 'fixtures' and the priority of security interests in them?

Can the creditor of one spouse execute on that spouse’s interest in property held as a tenancy by the entirety?

Update your copy of Principles of Oregon Real Estate Law today! 2003 cumulative supplement: $85; 1995 book with 2003 cumulative supplement: $155. 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, or online at www.osbar.org.



For additional CLE Publications information

Coming Up

Jan. 23-24 Sixth Annual Oregon Trial Advocacy College

Jan. 29 Legal Writing with Stephen Wilbers

Feb. 18 Social Security Disability Claims

Feb. 20 Employment Law: HR Essentials

Feb. 26 Evidence

Feb. 27 Business Succession Planning

March 5-6 11th Annual Litigation Institute & Retreat


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