BarBooks™ is an online library of all of the books published by the Oregon State Bar Legal Publications Department together with other resources. Thanks to the OSB Board of Governors, and the generous and continuing contribution of the Professional Liability Fund, it is a member benefit for all Active and Active Pro Bono members of the Oregon State Bar.
BarBooks™ is also available for a fee for county law libraries, inactive members, nonmembers, and support staff of law firms or lawyers with active bar members. Oregon law school students can access BarBooks™ via their school library.
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|Non-member||$395 (per year)|
|Support staff||$50 (per year)|
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Whether you call it Alternative Dispute Resolution or Appropriate Dispute Resolution, methods of resolving your clients’ legal matters range far beyond litigation. ADR in Oregon provides the nuts and bolts of arbitration, mediation, collaborative law, and more. Whether your client’s case is subject to mandatory arbitration or you are simply looking for a more cost-effective way to resolve the dispute, ADR in Oregon will point the way. Benefitting from the wisdom of an all-new editorial review board, this completely reorganized and revised resource answers your questions concerning ADR generally and in specific practice areas.
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Construction Law in Oregon is the top resource for Oregon lawyers involved in commercial, design-build, residential, or state and local government construction projects. This book provides the information needed to successfully negotiate construction contracts, and handle disputes, claims, liens, bonds, and federal procurements. This edition includes a new chapter on insurance coverage issues. We are also offering a companion Construction Law Codebook with relevant Oregon statutes and select federal laws to aid you in your practice.
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Represent your juvenile clients effectively with Juvenile Law: Delinquency. Written by public defenders, state attorneys, private practitioners, and judges, this second volume of Juvenile Law deals with issues relevant to delinquency cases, from custody and intake through appeals, as well as expunction of juvenile court records.
The 2018 Supplement includes: New opinions revised by the Legal Ethics Committee in 2018; updated tables, revised and updated subject index, and updated opinions citator; and the most recent version of the Oregon Rules of Professional Conduct dated January 1, 2018.
The 2018 Supplement includes: Full text of all Oregon RPCs that have been revised since release of the 2017 Supplement; summaries of all 2017 Disciplinary Board Reporter cases and new Oregon Formal Ethics Opinions; sanctions imposed in each case indicated in parentheses for quick reference; and a new table of cases that includes rule violations and imposed sanctions.
Written and edited by Oregon’s foremost business law lawyers, Advising Oregon Businesses, volumes 3 and 4, provides extensive coverage of some of the finer, more advanced aspects of business law. Topics include acquisitions, government contracts, insurance, business valuation, bankruptcy, and a new chapter on licensing. This set is a valuable resource for any attorney with business clients.
Did you ever think a law book could be entertaining? And if, against all odds, you found an entertaining law book, what do you think its topic would be? You probably wouldn’t have guessed “common-law indemnity.” Well, Annie & the Octopus is here to surprise you. In engaging fashion, this book gives down-to-earth advice on asserting and defending a common-law indemnity claim.
Most lawyer-client disputes involve fees. A clear, written agreement between lawyer and client can help prevent misunderstandings, fee disputes, and malpractice claims. The fifth edition of Fee Agreement Compendium is an essential practice tool that covers important information Oregon lawyers need regarding ethics issues, billing costs, credit issues, retainer letters, and IOLTA.
Now in its sixth edition, Guardianships, Conservatorships, and Transfer to Minors is a comprehensive guide to protective proceedings in Oregon. Topics include: Uniform Adult Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Jurisdiction Act; access to the basic pleading, notice, objection, and hearing procedures to be used for seeking and obtaining the appointment of a fiduciary in a protective proceeding; includes over 45 forms, including checklists for monitoring a protective proceeding to assist the lawyer and the fiduciary; 2017 and 2018 legislation; and much more.
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The OSB Legal Publications Department now offers four E-Book Download series. Available titles include chapters from Elder Law (2017 Rev.), Damages (2016 Rev.), Criminal Law (2013 Rev.), and Family Law (2013 Rev.). Download includes PDF and, where available, MS Word Forms.
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