Oregon State Bar Bulletin – APRIL 2006

Features

Debt Doubts
New bankruptcy law is challenging practitioners as well as clients
By Janine Robben

Dead Men Tell Some Tales
Lessons about document
retention from Arthur Andersen

By Matt Levin & Chip Paternoster

Profiles in the Law
Terry Hannon: By Day and by Night
By Melody Finnemore

 

Departments

Letters to the Editor

Briefs

OSB Continuing Legal Education

Bar Counsel
Lessons Learned:
Results from the Client
Assistance Office survey

By Scott Morrill

Managing Your Practice
Tips, Tools and Traps:
Better productivity though technology
By Mark J. Fucile

Oregon Legal Heritage
Judging Solomon:
A review of an anticipated biography
By William R. Long

Discipline

Bar News

Among Ourselves

Moves

In Memoriam

Classifieds

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Proponents of the Bankruptcy Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 expected to end “billions of dollars in losses associated with profligate and abusive bankruptcy filings.” Instead, say consumer bankruptcy attorneys, the law has burdened them and their clients without having any meaningful effect on the number of bankruptcies filed.