Oregon State Bar Bulletin FEBRUARY/MARCH 2014
Reimagining the UCC in Your Practice: A Groundbreaking Approach to Interpreting the UCC
Friday, May 2
Oregon State Bar Center
Time and MCLE credits pending
How do you take one of the most complicated bodies of law in the U.S., the Uniform Commercial Code, and make it not only comprehensible but entertaining? Attending this seminar is a very good way to find out. The UCC governs virtually every phase of a transaction in goods, as well as payment systems used in these transactions and in commerce generally. Robert Levine, author of The Uniform Commercial Code Made Easy, will provide participants with a solid working knowledge of the meaning of the text of the UCC. Develop an understanding of how the various articles of the UCC fit together. Gain key strategies for drafting documents and litigating matters within the scope of the code. Attorneys will come away from this seminar with a significant advantage at every phase of a transaction governed by the UCC, whether it is transactional, litigation or during the ongoing business process.
Bend (5/16) Eug (5/23) New (5/23) Salem (5/16) Tigard (5/21)
Three E’s for Family Law Practitioners: E-Discovery, Electronic Storage and Ethics
Friday, March 14, 9 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
Oregon State Bar Center, Tigard
1.75 general CLE or practical skills credits and 1.5 ethics credits
Learn how to collect, review and present electronic evidence in family law cases. Demonstrations will show the use of computer, cell phone and social media data. Using and minimizing social media evidence and preserving data in the cloud will be discussed. Gain an understanding of the new Oregon State Bar ethics opinion on metadata. Presentation materials include: E-discovery client intake questionnaire, family law discovery checklist, family law computer file types, privilege log and E-discovery resources.
Bend (3/28) Eug (4/4) New (4/4) Salem (3/28) Tigard (4/9)
27th Annual Northwest Bankruptcy Institute
Legal Ethics Best Practices
Thurgood Marshall's Coming!
Advanced Estate Planning
New releases are available for order, including:
• Criminal Law, 2013 Revision
• Oregon Uniform Civil and Criminal Jury Instructions, 2013 Supplements
• Environmental Law, Volume 1: Regulation and Permitting, 2013
All new releases are posted to the BarBooks online library and are available to download in PDF format from www.osbar.org/legalpubs/barbooks.html. Your own print copy may be purchased through the online bookstore at www.osbar.org/store/pub/pubcat.asp or by calling the OSB Service Desk at (800) 8260, ext. 413.
BarBooks Web Conference Trainings
Our one-hour sessions cover the nuts and bolts of getting the most out of your BarBooks member benefit. The next free BarBooks Web conference trainings are scheduled for Wednesday March 19, 10-11 a.m., or Wednesday, April 16, 1-2 p.m. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for attendance information. Include the date you will attend and your six-digit bar number. If you cannot attend the training sessions mentioned above, look for additional training opportunities in the coming months. This training has been approved for 1 general or practical skills MCLE credit (may only be claimed once). Participation is limited to 100 attendees per session.
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