Oregon State Bar Bulletin — MAY 2007
CLE Seminars

Trial Evidence in Employment and Civil Rights Cases
Friday, May 11, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
5.75 general CLE credits
Oregon Convention Center, Portland

This information-packed seminar will delve into proving motive through pattern, practice and other acts of evidence, and examine when expert witnesses are and are not needed, as well as what to do with the experts once you have them. Learn how to select the legal theory to get the evidence you want or need admitted. Whether to file in state court or federal court will be discussed, and a view from the bench will provide valuable insight about common mistakes and how to avoid them. Also, discover what information is most helpful to judges in preparing them to rule "your way."

Ast (6/1) CB (5/25) Eug (6/1) GP (5/24) HR (5/25) Klam (5/25) LG (5/25) LO (6/6) Med (6/1) New (6/1) Pend (6/1) Red (6/1) Rose (5/24) Salem (5/25) Vale (5/25)

Seventh Annual Oregon Tax Institute
May 18, 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
6 general CLE credits
The Governor Hotel, Portland

The Seventh Annual Oregon Tax Institute continues its tradition of excellence by providing practitioner with in-depth presentations on current tax issues. Topics include S corporation sales, a state and local tax update and innocent spouse relief. This is a great opportunity to learn from the experts and connect with other tax professionals. During the institute lunch, join fellow tax practitioners for a memorial tribute honoring one of Oregon’s legendary tax attorneys, Joe Wetzel. No video replay.


CLE Publications

Bankruptcy Law 2007 Supplement
Bankruptcy Law is an authoritative treatise on the substance and procedure of Oregon bankruptcy law. With the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act, which opens a new era in bankruptcy law and practice, many changes have taken effect since the last update in 1999. The 2007 supplement incorporates these changes and will soon be available for purchase.

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Coming Up

June 8: E-discovery Practice in Oregon’s Federal and State Courts
June 14: Summer Series: DNA Testing: From Fatherhood to Forensics
June 14: Summer Series: Bicycle Law Injury Prevention for Advocates and Riders
June 15: Hot Topics in Estate Planning
June 22: Ethics in 18 Holes
June 28: Trial Evidence: The Rules You Need to Present the Winning Story
July 12: Summer Series: New Tricks Taught to Old Dogs
July 12: Summer Series: Anatomy of a Products Liability Case
Aug 1: Summer Series: CSI Oregon
Aug 2: Summer Series: The Meth Epidemic
Aug 13-17: Summer Video Week
Aug 17-24: CLE at Sea

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