Oregon State Bar Bulletin — OCTOBER 2003

CLE Seminars

FUNDAMENTALS OF CIVIL TRIAL PROCEDURE
Oct. 17, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Oct. 18, 9 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
Oregon Convention Center, Portland
9.25 general or practical skills and 1 ethics CLE credits

Join some of Oregon’s most experienced litigators as they teach essential procedural skills necessary to achieve success in the courtroom. This seminar will focus on practical procedural topics, including case selection, discovery, pleadings and appeals.

Oct. 17 program: Ash (11/20) Ast (11/20) CB (11/13) Eug (11/20) GP (11/13) HR (11/13) Klam (11/13) LG (11/13) LO (11/21) New (11/20) Pend (11/20) Red (11/20) Rose (11/13) Salem (11/13) Vale (11/13)

Oct. 18 program: Ash (11/21) Ast (11/21) CB (11/14) Eug (11/21) GP (11/14) HR (11/14) Klam (11/14) LG (11/14) LO (11/22) New (11/21) Pend (11/21) Red (11/21) Rose (11/14) Salem (11/14) Vale (11/14)

ETHICAL MORNING AT THE MOVIES WITH LARRY COHEN
Oct. 23, 9 a.m.-noon
Red Lion Hotel, Medford
3 ethics CLE credits

This fast-paced, interactive seminar explores numerous ethical issues that arise in the portrayal of lawyers on the silver screen. The program incorporates Oregon Disciplinary Rules and the ABA Model Rules. Topics include ex parte communication, dishonest conduct, conflicts of interest and duty to the client. (No video replay available.)

TALES OF THE TUBE WITH LARRY COHEN
Oct. 24, 1:15-4:15 p.m.
Inn of the Seventh Mountain, Bend
3 ethics CLE credits

Discover how television depictions of lawyers and the law heavily influence the expectations of clients and the general public. The program incorporates Oregon Disciplinary Rules and the ABA Model Rules. Topics include sexual relations with a client, impermissible trial conduct, improper communication with the jury and candor in settlement negotiations. (No video replay available.)

Fundamentals of Real Estate
Oct. 24, 8:30 a.m.-4:45 p.m.
Oregon Convention Center
6.75 general and .5 ethics CLE credit (pending)

Increase your understanding of real estate law and ability to handle residential and small commercial transactions with a practical seminar that helps build a solid foundation for your real estate practice. Highlights include: earnest money agreements, real estate due diligence, residential landlord/tenant law and common malpractice traps.

Ash (12/12) Ast (12/12) CB (12/5) Eug (12/12) GP (12/4) HR (12/5) Klam (12/5) LG (12/5) LO (12/13) New (12/12) Pend (12/12) Red (12/12) Rose (12/4) Salem (12/5) Vale (12/5)

INFORMATION Privacy & Security Under Attack
Oct. 30, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
World Forestry Center, Portland
6 general and 1 ethics CLE credits

How to preserve privacy in today’s volatile world can present challenges with local, regional and global implications. This seminar explores a range of concerns, including the present and future of privacy and security, how to protect data, homeland security and a review of cases and legislation.

Ash (12/19) Ast (12/19) CB (12/12) Eug (1/2/04) GP (12/11) HR (12/12) Klam (12/12) LG (12/12) LO (1/3/04) New (12/19) Pend (12/19) Red (12/19) Rose (12/11) Salem (12/12) Vale (12/12)

Broadbrush Taxation
Nov. 6, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
DoubleTree Hotel Lloyd Center, Portland
6 general and 1 ethics CLE credits

Designed for the attorney who is not a tax specialist, this seminar offers up-to-date information from experts so you can take advantage of tax opportunities and avoid tax traps. Topics include: compensation issues, recent tax developments, taxes and closely held businesses, and IRS collection and controversies.

Ash (1/23/04) Ast (1/23/04) CB (1/16/04) Eug (1/23/04) GP (1/15/04) HR (1/16/04) Klam (1/16/04) LG (1/16/04) LO (1/31/04) New (1/23/04) Pend (1/23/04) Red (1/23/04) Rose (1/15/04) Salem (1/16/04) Vale (1/16/04)

Bankruptcy Update with Prof. David Epstein and the Hon. Elizabeth Perris
Nov. 7, 9 a.m.-4:15 p.m.
Oregon Convention Center
6 general CLE credits

Learn what’s new and important to your bankruptcy practice from the experts. Program will include discussion of reported cases affecting common practice issues, including pre-bankruptcy settlement agreements, governmental entities in bankruptcy, bad faith filing, reduction of authorized compensation, undue hardship discharge and classification of claims.

Ash (1/30/04) Ast (1/30/04) CB (1/23/04) Eug (1/30/04) GP (1/22/04) HR (1/23/04) Klam (1/23/04) LG (1/23/04) LO (2/7/04) New (1/30/04) Pend (1/30/04) Red (1/30/04) Rose (1/22/04) Salem (1/23/04) Vale (1/23/04)

Ethical Morning at the Movies with Larry Cohen
Nov. 12, 9 a.m.-noon
Valley River Inn, Eugene
3 ethics CLE credits

See Oct. 23 program description. (No video replay available.)

Tales of the Tube with Larry Cohen
Nov. 12, 1:15-4:15 p.m.
Valley River Inn, Eugene
3 ethics CLE credits

See Oct. 24 program description. (No video replay available.)

Ethical Morning at the Movies with Larry Cohen
Nov. 13, 9 a.m.-noon
DoubleTree Hotel Lloyd Center, Portland
3 ethics CLE credits

See Oct. 23 program description. (No video replay available.)

Tales of the Tube with Larry Cohen
Nov. 13, 1:15-4:15 p.m.
DoubleTree Hotel Lloyd Center, Portland
3 ethics CLE credits

See Oct. 24 program description. (No video replay available.)

CORRECTIONS

The seminar Emerging Economies in Indian Country, has been changed from Dec. 11, at the World Forestry Center, to Dec. 5 at the Oregon Convention Center.

Auto Insurance Coverage & Litigation, to be held Dec. 4, 2003, is a full-day seminar, and registration is $155 ($100 for new lawyers). The Fall 2003 CLE Calendar listed incorrect prices. Season Ticket registration remains $15.


For additional CLE Seminars information

CLE Publications

2003 Oregon Legislation Highlights

2003 Oregon Legislation Highlights describes 290 enacted bills in 22 practice areas. Most 2003 Legislation takes effect on January 1, 2004. This book provides effective dates of described bills and practice tips on how legislation may affect your practice. Among the highlights are:

Revisions to the Oregon Business Corporation Act, the Oregon Control Share Act, and the merger and conversion provisions of the Cooperative Corporation Act, the Limited Liability Company Act, the Revised Partnership Act, and the Uniform Limited Partnership Act.

The general revision of the laws governing judgments, which affects every lawyer who files any sort of pleadings—civil and criminal—in Oregon courts.

The health care coverage requirement in divorces and automatic restraining orders on filing and serving of a petition for annulment, separation or dissolution.

The Revised Uniform Principal and Income Act (RUPIA), with Oregon’s unique additions and modifications.

The new Uniform Arbitration Act, which provides comprehensive procedures for commercial arbitration.

The major changes in the tax code for individuals and businesses.

2003 Oregon Legislation Highlights is $65. 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.



For additional CLE Publications information

Coming Up

Nov 14 Fundamentals of Business Law

Nov. 20 Administering the Basic Estate

Nov 21 The HIPAA Revolution: Hot Topics & Issues

Nov 21 Employment Practices Liability

Dec. 4 Auto Insurance Coverage & Litigation

Dec. 5 Emerging Economies in Indian Country

Dec. 12 Trials of the Century with Todd Winegar

Dec. 15-20 Super CLE Video Week

Dec. 29-30 Last Chance Video


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