Oregon State Bar Bulletin JULY 2014
Lunch and Learn Series
Oregon State Bar Center, Tigard
1 general CLE or practical skills credit for each seminar
State and Federal Criminal Fraud Overview, Tuesday, July 8, noon-1 p.m. Hear about state and federal fraud statutes, legal issues relating to fraud crimes and tips on working with law enforcement.
Workplace Fraud: Computer Forensics, Tuesday, July 15, noon-1 p.m. Two forensics experts will lead an exploration of the computer forensics used to detect workplace fraud.
Workplace Fraud: Social Media and Investigations, Tuesday, July 22, noon-1 p.m. Gain an understanding of the rapidly changing world of digital evidence and e-discovery, as well as social media’s explosion into court cases and its impact on attorneys, paralegals and investigators.
Workplace Fraud: Data Mining and Forensic Analytics, Tuesday, Aug. 5, noon-1 p.m. Discover different types of accounting data, tests and techniques, and how to use Excel as a data mining tool.
Fraud Risk Management in the Workplace, Tuesday, Aug. 12, noon-1 p.m. Review a commercial crime insurance policy covering employee theft, cyber liability insurance and how a bank can offer protection against fraud.
No video replay for the Lunch and Learn Series.
Handling Domestic Relations Cases
Friday, July 18, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Oregon State Bar Center, Tigard
4.25 general CLE or practical skills credits and 2 ethics credits
Whether your clients are contemplating divorce or “conscious uncoupling,” it’s not about the law, it’s the process that matters. Using a hands-on approach, this seminar will guide participants step-by-step through the divorce process. Even the most seasoned family law attorney will find this approach useful. Learn everything from where the courthouse is located and what to file from the initial petition through the entry of a judgment. Forms, which are essential to domestic relations cases, are part of the course materials and will reflect recent legislative changes. Faculty members Paul Saucy, Joshua Kadish and Ruth Pekelder are seasoned Oregon family law practitioners with 95 collective years of experience.
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Ethics in the Workplace
Child Abuse Reporting
Race: Myths and Realities
Echoes of Inequality: Oregon's Exclusionary Laws from Past to Present
Northwest Administrative Law Institute
Notario Fraud Conference
Advanced Computer Law
New Releases Available to Order:
Oregon Formal Ethics Opinions, 2014 Supplement.
The 2014 supplement to Oregon Formal Ethics Opinions includes the full text to the most recent version of the Oregon Rules of Professional Conduct and updated tables, subject index and opinions citator, plus one new 2013 opinion issued in 2013 and 17 opinions revised to conform to the new rules.
Appeal and Review: Beyond the Basics.
This second volume of the Appeal and Review series, written by appellate judges, longtime appellate lawyers and Oregon's appellate commissioner, contains those invaluable practice tips that will take your appellate advocacy to the next level, covering topics like: chances of obtaining a stay; choosing winning issues; whether to cross-appeal; when to seek amicus support; briefing legislative history; making the most of limited oral argument time; and much more.
All new releases are posted to the BarBooks online library and are available to download in a PDF format from http://www.osbar.org/legalpubs/barbooks.html. Purchase your own print copy through the online bookstore at www.osbar.org or by calling the OSB Service Desk at (800) 452-8260, ext. 413.
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