Oregon State Bar Bulletin — NOVEMBER 2002

CLE SEMINARS

DOING BUSINESS IN INDIAN COUNTRY
Nov. 1, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Spirit Mountain, Grand Ronde
5 MCLE credits and 1 diversity credit
Whether you are an Indian law practitioner or an attorney whose clients conduct business with tribes or tribal members, this seminar information to operate effectively in this distinctive milieu.

Ash (2/7) Ast (2/7) CB (1/31) Eug (2/14) GP (1/30) HR (1/31) Klam (1/31) LG (1/31) LO (3/1) New (2/7) Pend (2/7) Red (2/7) Rose (1/30) Salem (1/31) Vale (1/31)

THE MYSTERY OF THE VIRTUOUS LAWYER
Nov. 8, 9 a.m.-noon
DoubleTree Hotel Lloyd Center
3 ethics credits
Explore the nether region of legal ethics, where the profession’s ethics code seems to compel the unethical, the counter-intuitive or the illogical. Attorney and ethicist Jack Marshall will lead participants through challenging hypotheticals that explore a range of ethical issues pertinent to every type of practice.

CONFLICTED! ETHICS AND ORGANIZATION COUNSEL
Nov. 8, 1:30-4:30 p.m.
DoubleTree Hotel Lloyd Center
3 ethics credits
No legal assignment is more subject to ethical dilemmas than that of the lawyer with an organization client. This challenging and interactive seminar will examine ethical issues that can bedevil in-house counsel, general counsel and outside counsel as attorney and ethicist Jack Marshall leads participants through multiple-issue hypotheticals.

Ash (12/13) Ast (12/13) CB (12/6) Eug (12/13) GP (12/5) HR (12/6) Klam (12/6) LG (12/6) LO (12/14) New (12/13) Pend (12/13) Red (12/13) Rose (12/5) Salem (12/6) Vale (12/6)

APPELLATE PRACTICE IN THE NINTH CIRCUIT
Nov. 15, 9 a.m.-4:15 p.m.
DoubleTree Hotel Lloyd Center
5.5 MCLE credits
Gain insight into the appellate process and the characteristics of effective oral and written advocacy.

Ash (1/10) Ast (1/10) CB (1/3) Eug (1/17) GP (1/2) HR (1/3) Klam (1/3) LG (1/3) LO (1/25) New (1/10) Pend (1/10) Red (1/10) Rose (1/2) Salem (1/3) Vale (1/3)

ENVIRONMENTAL LAW ASPECTS OF
REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS
Nov. 21, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Oregon Convention Center
5.5 MCLE credits and 1 ethics credit
Learn about hazardous substance regulations and how to structure transactions to reduce potential exposure to your clients. This seminar also includes tactics to protect clients’ interests in the litigation of environmental disputes related to commercial real property.

Ash (2/14) Ast (2/14) CB (2/7) Eug (2/21) GP (2/6) HR (2/7) Klam (2/7) LG (2/7) LO (3/8) New (2/14) Pend (2/14) Red (2/14) Rose (2/6) Salem (2/7) Vale (2/7)

CORPORATE REFORM AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Nov. 22, 8:30 a.m.-11:45 a.m.
Oregon Convention Center
3.25 MCLE credits
Explore a range of important developments that impact how business is conducted today, including: developing a document retention program; the latest about HIPPA’s privacy requirements for medical providers and employers who sponsor group health plans; and an analysis of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act with an emphasis on SEC reporting, disclosure obligations and corporate governance requirements.

Ash (1/17) Ast (1/17) CB (1/10) Eug (1/24) GP (1/9) HR (1/10) Klam (1/10) LG (1/10) LO (2/1) New (1/17) Pend (1/17) Red (1/17) Rose (1/9) Salem (1/10) Vale (1/10)

FOUR HOT TOPICS IN GOVERNMENT LAW
Nov. 22, 1 p.m.-5 p.m.
Oregon Convention Center
3 MCLE credits and 1 child abuse reporting credit
Topics include: public records requests as they affect the security of public facilities; intellectual property issues facing governments and their counsel; tips on when and how to document personnel investigations; and child-abuse reporting from the district attorney’s perspective.

Ash (1/17) Ast (1/17) CB (1/10) Eug (1/24) GP (1/9) HR (1/10) Klam (1/10) LG (1/10) LO (2/1) New (1/17) Pend (1/17) Red (1/17) Rose (1/9) Salem (1/10) Vale (1/10)

For additional CLE Seminars information

CLE Publications

Appeal and Review (2002 Cumulative Supplement)

This book is a comprehensive guide to civil, criminal and administrative appeals in the Oregon appellate courts, and covers jurisdiction and procedures, guidance on writing briefs and appellate advocacy. Focusing specifically on Oregon cases and statutes, Appeal and Review provides historical and practical context for the answers to your questions.

It also contains a compendium of relevant case law that sets forth a collection of basic authority for such recurring appellate issues as jurisdiction, preservation of error, standards of review and harmless error.

The cumulative supplement updates the entire book and includes a summary of the most important proposed amendments to the ORAPs for future reference. Prices: 2002 cumulative supplement, $85; 1993 revision with 2002 cumulative supplement, $180; also available on CD-ROM.

Labor and Employment Law: Public Sector (2002 Revision)

This book analyzes and explains the procedures and precedents of the Employment Relations Board and the Public Employee Collective Bargaining Act (PECBA), including employment issues that affect union-represented and nonunion employees; representation and unit clarification petitions; unfair labor practice complaints; negotiating collective bargaining agreements; employee rights and employer responsibilities under Section 1983; civil service acts; Oregon’s personnel relations laws; PERS and much more.

More than 15 percent of Oregon’s workers are public sector employees, so whether you represent a teacher, the school board, a city employee or the city, this book will help you get the job done. Contains 20 chapters, more than 750 pages and references to over 1,400 cases. 2002 revision with binders: $165; without binders: $155; also available on CD-ROM.

To order, call the OSB order desk at (503) 684-7413, or toll-free in Oregon (800) 452-8260, ext. 413. Or visit our website at www.osbar.org to see the entire library, including sample chapters from all of our books.

Coming Up

Dec. 16-21 Super CLE Video Week (Oregon State Bar Center)

Dec. 30-31 Last Chance Video (Oregon State Bar Center)


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