Oregon State Bar Bulletin - JULY 2003

Features

Lessons from the Obituary
Preventing another Enron
By Stephany Watson

Abandoning “We Can’t Tell”
Does Shoup run afoul of the Oregon Constitution?
By Susan Marmaduke & Bob Steringer

Understanding Jurors
Jury debriefing in Yamhill County
By Roi Holt, Janvier Slick & Amy Rayborn

Profiles in the Law
Michael Royce: From the Courtroom to the World
By Melody Finnemore

July 2003 Bar Exam Applicants

Departments

Letters to the Editor

Briefs

OSB Continuing Legal Education

Bar Counsel
A Fine Line:
When does giving legal advice become
assisting a client with fraud?

By Sylvia E. Stevens

Bar Counsel Sidebar
Supreme court approves changes to
Bar Rules of Procedure

Managing Your Practice
Risk Management:
Lawyer impairment should not be overlooked

By Emily Eichenhorn

Legal Practice Tips
What’s in a Name: Revisit trademark law
By Leonard D. Duboff

Discipline

Special Feature
Fast Forward: The 2003 OSB Annual Meeting

Bar News

Among Ourselves

Moves

In Memoriam

Classifieds

Parting Thoughts
Judge Judy and Me
By Sonia A. Montalbano

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While the fallout from the scandal is far from over, it may be time to stop hand-wringing and start the conversation about what it will take to prevent another Enron. Stephany Watson explores possible solutions.