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Should I Stay or Should I Go? - What to Think About when Considering Withdrawing from a Case

Tuesday, October 28th 2014 @ 3-5pm
Note: This class will be worth 1 hour of OSB MCLE ethics credit and 1 hour of general credit. Even the best and most conscientious lawyers occasionally find it necessary to consider...

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Getting on the Ballot - A Guide to Ballot Initiative Law in Oregon

Thursday, October 30th 2014 @ 3-5pm
In nearly every election, Oregon voters are asked to weigh in on a variety of state and local initiatives. But how do those initiatives end up on the ballot in the first place? Join Steve Berman of...

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Child Abuse Reporting 2014

Wednesday, November 5th 2014 @ 12-1pm
Note: Worth one hour of child abuse reporting MCLE credit The MBA presents its annual seminar on child abuse reporting requirements. This program is intended to help lawyers meet their legal...

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A Litigator's Guide to Preservation

Wednesday, November 12th 2014 @ 3-5pm
The facts may make or break a case at trial, but the legal rules of preservation can make or break the case on appeal. Whether there's a risk that the other side may appeal a verdict for your...

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The Portland Harbor Superfund Site Demystified

Tuesday, November 18th 2014 @ 3-5pm
Whether you are a business litigator or a transactional lawyer, your clients and practice may be impacted by the Portland Harbor Superfund Site, one of the largest and most complex Superfund sites...

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The Lifestyle Lawyer - Using Technology to Eliminate, Automate, Delegate, Do

Tuesday, December 2nd 2014 @ 3-5pm
Successful lawyers use technology and manage their time effectively to reach their goals. While efficiency is important, effectiveness is the key! See how technology can increase your...

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Sports Law: Winning Strategies for Representing Athletes & Sports Business

Wednesday, December 3rd 2014 @ 3-5pm
The MBA is pleased to present a two-hour sports law program moderated by Will Glasson of the University of Oregon. Our panelists will address issues routinely encountered in sports law. Topics to...

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Nontraditional Law Practices - The New Frontier

Tuesday, December 9th 2014 @ 3-5pm
The legal marketplace is changing. Consumers are now demanding or can only afford limited legal representation. So too is the definition of the workplace. Due to the downturn in the economy or...

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Fire and Other First-Party Insurance Claims

Thursday, December 18th 2014 @ 3-5pm
First Party insurance claims are those made by an insured against his or her own insurance company. Typical examples of first-party claims are those made against a homeowner's insurance policy to...

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Mandatory Training to Become a Multnomah County Arbitrator

Wednesday, January 14th 2015 @ 3-5pm
This program will feature Multnomah County Presiding Judge Nan Waller and a panel of experienced arbitrators who will explain and discuss the statutes, rules, case law and ethical issues...

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Insurance Coverage for Every Practice

Tuesday, January 27th 2015 @ 3-5pm
The MBA presents a two-hour program on insurance coverage. Panelists representing both insurer and policyholder perspectives will discuss basic insurance coverage principles as well as recent...

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Multnomah County Presiding Court Update 2015

Thursday, January 29th 2015 @ 3-5pm
In this update session, the Multnomah County Presiding Judge Nan Waller and court staff will discuss the Supplemental Local Rules for Multnomah County Circuit Court and other issues unique to...

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