Oregon State Bar Bulletin — MAY 2004

CLE Seminars

Advanced Negotiations with Marty Latz
June 11, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
World Forestry Center, Portland
6 general CLE credits and .5 ethics credit

Attending this advanced negotiation seminar will increase your arsenal of strategies, techniques and tactics and help you further develop the strategic mindset at the heart of successful negotiation. Leave behind the intuitive and instinctive – along with their inherent uncertainties. Learn how to avoid divulging strategic information, how to maximize your leverage, how to counter 'objective' standards, and the strategies for successful closing. Even if you’ve been negotiating for years, you’ll leave this seminar with new strategies you can use in your next negotiation.

Ast (7/9) Coos (6/25) Eug (7/9) GP (6/24) HR (6/25) Klam (6/25) LG (6/25) LO (7/31) Med (7/9) New (7/9) Pend (7/9) Red (7/9) Rose (6/24) Sal (6/25) Vale (6/25)

Same-Sex Marriage in Oregon and Elsewhere
June 17, 9 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
Oregon Convention Center, Portland
3.25 general CLE credits

Oregon stands at the forefront of the same sex marriage issue. Join our diverse panel members as they explore the legal and political issues surrounding both sides of this topic. Compare and consider current same sex marriage developments in other states and internationally. Learn how same sex marriage could impact employment law, domestic relations, estate planning, tax, immigration and other practice areas.

Ast (7/16) Coos (7/9) Eug (7/16) GP (7/8) HR (7/9) Klam (7/9) LG (7/9) LO (8/7) Med (7/16) New (7/16) Pend (7/16) Red (7/16) Rose (7/8) Sal (7/9) Vale (7/9)

For additional CLE Seminars information

CLE Publications

Oregon Health Law Manual

Volume 1: Consent, Confidentiality, and Reporting (2003 revision) covers two areas that are at the foundation of health law: consent to treatment, and confidentiality of health information. The area of law is changing rapidly because of the profound impact of new Federal Privacy Rules (HIPAA), and because the increasing number of ways that medical information is transmitted and used is transforming the legal and practical environment. This book is the only resource that brings Oregon lawyers a detailed analysis of the combined effects of federal and Oregon law. It is basic enough to be of use to those with occasional involvement in the field, yet valuable to the advanced specialist by providing overviews, outlines and citations upon which to build additional research. It contains seven chapters, 25 forms and 400 pages.

Volume 1: Consent, Confidentiality, and Reporting: 2003 1 volume softbound: $75. To order your copy, call the OSB Order Desk at (503) 684-7413, or toll-free in Oregon at (800) 452-8260, ext. 413. Or shop online at www.osbar.org. View a sample chapter outline and part of a sample chapter, or click on the brochure to see the types of questions the book answers.

For additional CLE Publications information

Coming Up

July 9 Handling Domestic Relations Cases

July 15 Ethics in 18 Holes

July 23 What Movies Can Teach Us:
Persuasive Presentation Skills for the Courtroom and Boardroom

July 29 Estate Planning for Nontraditional Couples

July 7-Aug.11(selected days) Summer Series

Aug. 8-20 Summer Video Week


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