|Oregon State Bar Bulletin MAY 2011|
11th Annual Oregon Tax Institute
Thursday, June 2 and Friday, June 3, 9 a.m.-5:15 p.m.
Oregon: 13.5 general CLE credits; Washington: 12 general CLE credits; eligible for CPE credits
Multnomah Athletic Club, Portland
Some familiar faces grace the 11th Annual Oregon Tax Institute. Prof. Martin McMahon returns to provide a federal tax update, while Kevin Thomason covers partnership and TIC workouts. Stefan Tucker will examine estate planning for entrepreneurs, and Prof. Sam Donaldson will provide insight into protecting your client’s S corporation. New to the Tax Institute is Prof. Ann Murphy, who will explain new tax court and federal evidence rules in the digital age. Local presenters will cover a range of topics, from nonprofits to the IRS and ODR collection processes. Friday’s lunch presentation features the Hon. Jill Tanner and the “Battle of the Bulge: 21 to 10.” Cosponsored by the Taxation Section.
No video replay.
Deposition Techniques and Strategy with David Markowitz
Thursday, June 9, 9 a.m.-4:15 p.m.
6.25 general CLE or practical skills credits
Oregon State Bar Center, Tigard
Depositions can make or break your case, and this is your chance to learn from a master. For more than 20 years David Markowitz has been studying deposition and trial techniques and has presented dozens of seminars to improve the skills of practicing attorneys. David will share important goals to accomplish, including avoiding undesired results. Learn the value of question structure and how to deal with evasive and incomplete answers. The most important questions and techniques the best lawyers use will be covered, including a key component of any deposition: knowing when to stop asking questions. With his keen ability to communicate and persuade, David will demonstrate powerful, practical methods for getting the most out of your depositions, including the best ways to defend depositions and effectively use depositions at trial. Whether you are new to trial practice or want to refresh your deposition skills, this presentation by one of Oregon’s litigation lions is an opportunity not to be missed.
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OSB Legal Publications will soon be adding two new books, a chapter at a time, to the BarBooks online library member benefit. If you want to purchase a print copy of either book, keep an eye out for our pre-order notices via email. Pre-ordering will save you 20 percent off the full retail price, and saves us from printing and storing large amounts of inventory by knowing how many copies to order up front.
Here are the titles available soon on BarBooks and for pre-order in print for anyone who could use a handy, portable desk copy as well:
Labor and Employment: Private Sector — Revision
A guide to state and federal law governing the duties of employers and the rights of employees, this title offers a balanced perspective from both the employer's and employee's point of view.
Construction Law — Revision
Construction Law is the resource for Oregon lawyers involved in anything from negotiating construction contracts to disputes, claims, liens, bonds, federal procurements and design-build, residential or state and local construction.
For more information on either of these titles, call OSB Legal Publications at (503) 431-6345 or toll-free in Oregon (800) 452-8260, ext. 345.
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