Oregon State Bar Bulletin — NOVEMBER 2006


Losing By Forfeit?
Oregon goes its own way with
forfeiture law and new ruling

By Janine Robben

Footnote Folly
A history of citation creep in the law
By Jack L. Landau

Profiles in the Law
Ellen F. Rosenblum: Setting an Example
By Cliff Collins


Letters to the Editor


OSB Continuing Legal Education

Bar Counsel
What’s in a Name?:
Things to consider before
hanging that shingle

By Sylvia E. Stevens

Managing Your Practice
What Money Can’t Buy:
A strategy to reintroduce
organized mentoring in firms, Part 2
By Paul Burton

The Legal Writer
Six to Nix:
Grammar rules to leave behind
By Suzanne E. Rowe

Legal Practice Tips
A Worthy Update:
Book review: “Business and Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts”
By Lois O. Rosenbaum


Bar News

Among Ourselves


In Memoriam


Parting Thoughts
Playing the Patriot, Part II
By Phillip F. Shuster II

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At the state level, forfeiture in Oregon has not gone smoothly since 2000, when the passage of a ballot measure led to what became six years of legal limbo. Things took another uncertain turn on Oct. 19, when the Oregon Supreme Court found the ballot measure to be constitutional. Janine Robben explores the developments.