OSB Legal Publications Job Opening

OSB seeks Legal Publications Administrative Assistant.

The Oregon State Bar looking for someone to provide a variety of administrative, secretarial, clerical, marketing, and production support for the Legal Publications program. If you want to be part of a great team that produces OSB legal resources, this might be the job for you.

For full job details, visit http://www.osbar.org/osbcenter/openings.html.

The Oregon State Bar is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Oregon State Bar Wins International Award

The Association for Continuing Legal Education (ACLEA) has awarded the Oregon State Bar, Legal Publications, one of only 10 annual awards granted to competitors representing more than 300 organizations.

An Award of Outstanding Achievement was given to the Oregon State Bar for Oregon Civil Pleading and Litigation, in the Best Publication category.

Of course, Legal Publications couldn’t have created this highly informative and innovative book without the help of our volunteer editorial board members Kenneth P. “Kip” Childs, Caroline Harris Crowne, Steve D. Larson, Janet M. Schroer, and Daniel H. Skerritt. Their expertise and diligence in helping Legal Publications combine two prior publications into this one comprehensive litigation book was invaluable.

We also appreciate the substantial contribution of our authors: Michael Willes – Jason Pistacchio – Paul A.C. Berg – Thomas R. Johnson – Kevin R. Schock – Jeffrey G. Bradford – Thomas K. Doyle – Joshua D. Stadtler – Chelsea Glynn – Stacie L. Damazo – Frank J. Weiss – Sadie Y. Concepción – Steven M. Wilker – Stephanie J. Grant – Sharon Rudnick – Aaron Landau – Nicholas L. Dazer – Renée E. Rothauge – Clark “Chip” Horner – Per A. Ramfjord – Jacob C. Goldberg – Megan R. Reuther – Jeremy D. Sacks – Kennon Scott – Andrew T. Ho – Keil M. Mueller – Daniel L. Keppler – Brian L. Gingerich – Steven C. Berman – Leslie S. Johnson – Teresa H. Pearson – Eleanor A. DuBay – Ian M. Christy – Erica A. Clausen – Thomas D. D’Amore – Jason Poss – David B. Markowitz – Stanton R. Gallegos – Donna L. Lee – J. Matthew Donohue – Joseph L. Franco – Alex Hadduck – Hon. Susie L. Norby – Eric R. Mills – Lindsay H. Duncan – Michael B. Merchant – Margaret Schroeder – Matthew D. Colley – Leslie S. Johnson – Nicholas D. Rogers – Dayna E. Underhill – David J. Elkanich – Joshua D. Stadtler – Timothy W. Grabe – Peter D. Hawkes – Amy Edwards – Crystal S. Chase – Robert A. Koch – Xin Xu – Julie A. Smith – Thomas W. Brown – Hillary A. Taylor – Susan D. Marmaduke – Erica Tatoian – Holly E. Pettit – Laurie R. Hager – Susan S. Ford – Cody Berne – Jennifer S. Wagner – Yoona Park – Lydia Anderson-Dana – Robert James Miller.

ACLEA members are professionals in the fields of continuing legal education and legal publishing. Its annual ACLEA’s Best Awards are highly competitive and winning projects represent the highest level of achievement for the staff and volunteers involved.

ACLEA formally presented the award to OSB Legal Publications at the Annual Meeting of ACLEA held virtually in August 2021.

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New! Oregon Probate and Uniform Trust Codebook

This small paperback codebook puts the essential probate and uniform trust code statutes at your fingertips. Serves as a companion to Administering Trusts in Oregon, but is also a useful stand-alone resource. Includes significant 2021 legislation before the official release of the published 2021 Oregon Revised Statutes. This publication is not available on BarBooks™.

Includes:

  • ORS Chapter 111 — General Provisions
  • ORS Chapter 112 — Interstate Succession and Wills
  • ORS Chapter 113 — Initiation of Estate Proceedings
  • ORS Chapter 114 — Administration of Estates Generally
  • ORS Chapter 115 — Claims; Actions and Suits
  • ORS Chapter 116 — Accounting, Distribution and Closing
  • ORS Chapter 117 — Estates of Absentees
  • ORS Chapter 118 — Estate Tax
  • ORS Chapter 128 — Trusts; Charitable Activities
  • ORS Chapter 129 — Uniform Principal and Income Act
  • ORS Chapter 130 — Uniform Trust Code

Order your copy today by visiting our online bookstore. You may also contact our CLE Service Center at (503) 431-6413 or 1-800-452-8260, ext. 413.

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New! Family Law in Oregon, 2021 Edition

This new three-volume edition of Family Law in Oregon includes 2021 legislation, new chapters on third-party rights and on DHS and juvenile law for family law attorneys, updated forms, and covers the basics on spousal support, child support, child custody and parenting time, property division, family law procedures, and much more.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Volume 1
1          Dissolution: Jurisdiction and Procedure
2          Marriage; Annulment; Separation
3          Temporary and Final Relief
4          Domestic Violence; Family Abuse Prevention Act; Stalking Protective Orders
5          Discovery
6          Property Rights and Division
7          Business Valuation Issues in Marital Dissolution and Other Equitable Distribution Cases
8          Custody, Parenting Time, and Visitation

Volume 2
9          Third-Party Rights and Issues
10        Child Support
11        Spousal Support
12        Retirement Benefits
13        Health Insurance Issues in Divorce
14        Modification
15        Tax Aspects of Divorce
16        Prenuptial Agreements, Postnuptial Agreements, and Marital Settlement Agreements Signed in Mediation
17        Unmarried Couples
18        Parentage

Volume 3
19        Adoption; Assisted Reproduction
20        Enforcement
21        Appeal
22        Change of Identity
23        Bankruptcy and Family Law
24        Mediation
25        Professional Responsibility and Family Law Practice
26        DHS and Juvenile Law for Family Law Attorneys [RESERVED]

Table of Forms
Table of Statutes and Rules
Table of Cases
Subject Index

A special thank you to the following editors and authors for their time and contribution to this new edition:

Kristin LaMont, Jennifer Eadie, Lissa Kaufman, Jack Lundeen, Collin McKean, Trena Klohe, Shannon Snow, Barbara J. Aaby, Debra Dority, Hon. Maureen H. McKnight, Peter Bunch, Lauren Saucy, Paul Saucy, Kimberly A. Quach, Michael T. McGrath, Andrew W. Newsom, Robin J. Wright, Philip F. Schuster II, William R. Valent, Jeffrey Tarr, Clark. B. Williams, Saville W. Easley, Lorena Reynolds, Jennifer Peckham, Larry J. Brant, Steven D. Nofziger, Peter A. Evalds, Michael Yates, Hon. Beth A. Allen, Gloria J. Trainor, April Aster, John Chally, Tabitha L. Koh, Sandra L. Hodgson, Alescia Davies, Amy N. Velazquez, Victoria Norris, Laura Graser, Lake Perriguey, Todd Trierweiler, Michael R. Blaskowsky, Donna S. Smith, Hon. Pamela Abernethy, Dayna E. Underhill, Allison Martin Rhodes, and Rich Cohen.

Order your copy today by visiting our online bookstore. You may also contact our CLE Service Center at (503) 431-6413 or 1-800-452-8260, ext. 413. 

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2021 SUMMER SALE!

With OSB Legal Publications you will:

  • Represent your clients with confidence.
  • Stay one step ahead of opposing counsel in a fraction of the time.
  • Always be prepared for court and administrative hearings.
  • Benefit from the experience of your colleagues.

Save 35% on select titles, while supplies last. Click below to order any of the publications included in our sale and enter code “SUMMER2021” at check-out.  You may also order by visiting our online bookstore or by calling our CLE Service Desk at (503)431-6413, or toll-free in Oregon, 1-800-452-8260, x 413.

ADR in Oregon, 2019 Edition
Whether you call it Alternative Dispute Resolution or Appropriate Dispute Resolution, methods of resolving your clients’ legal matters range far beyond litigation. ADR in Oregon provides the nuts and bolts of arbitration, mediation, collaborative law, and more. Whether your client’s case is subject to mandatory arbitration or you are simply looking for a more cost-effective way to resolve the dispute, ADR in Oregon will point the way. Benefiting from the wisdom of an all-new editorial review board, this completely reorganized and revised resource answers your questions concerning ADR generally and in specific practice areas.

Advising Oregon Businesses: Volume 5, 2019 Edition
Covering partnerships, limited liability companies, C and S corporation formation and operation, corporate reorganizations, business acquisitions, and intellectual property agreements, volume 5 of Advising Oregon Businesses puts a myriad of forms and agreements at your fingertips. Each form relates to material covered in the rest of the Advising Oregon Businesses series. Most forms include comments, citations to statutes and legal authorities, and alternative clauses to help you tailor them to your clients’ needs.

Oregon Automobile Law Compilation, 2019 Edition with 2020 Supplement
Most of your clients have at least one automobile, or are impacted by the presence of automobiles in their lives. Whether it’s a consumer issue, an insurance coverage issue, or a tort or criminal law problem, Oregon Automobile Law Compilation has the answers you need. The second edition of this popular volume pulls together, in one convenient resource, chapters from several other Legal Publications titles, each of which deals with automobiles in some way.

Construction Law in Oregon, 2019 Edition
Construction Law in Oregon is the top resource for Oregon lawyers involved in commercial, design-build, residential, or state and local government construction projects. This book provides the information needed to successfully negotiate construction contracts, and handle disputes, claims, liens, bonds, and federal procurements. This edition includes a new chapter on insurance coverage issues. We are also offering a companion Construction Law Codebook with relevant Oregon statutes and select federal laws to aid you in your practice.

Federal Civil Litigation, 2019 Revision
Specifically designed for attorneys practicing in the federal district court in Oregon, this book includes detailed discussions of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure in conjunction with the local rules for Oregon and relevant case law. Highlights include: new chapters on preservation, discovery, and presentation of electronic evidence, and e-filing; information on the effect of the Class Action Fairness Act of 2005 on federal jurisdiction over class actions; and discussion of recent Ninth Circuit cases on general and specific jurisdiction. This revision also includes over 2,500 cases.

Interpreting Oregon Law, 2009 Edition
Prepare yourself to argue for the proper interpretation of a statute, administrative rule, or constitutional provision on behalf of your client. Edited by Judge Jack Landau, an expert in statutory interpretation, this publication will guide you through the PGE statutory construction analysis as recently modified by Gaines so that you will be prepared to effectively argue your case at trial and on appeal.

Rights of Foreign Nationals, 2020 Edition
This second edition of Rights of Foreign Nationals addresses issues affecting foreign nationals living in Oregon by combining relevant statutes, rules, and cases on matters such as domestic relations, employment, personal injuries, criminal offenses, business law, and public benefits. It includes a brand new chapter on airport issues. This valuable reference will help lawyers avoid potential pitfalls, and highlights situations in which standard advice for a citizen client might be inappropriate for a noncitizen client.

Veterans, Military Servicemembers, and the Law, 2018 Edition
This newer resource developed in conjunction with the Military and Veterans Law Section. It highlights the vast military presence in Oregon, highlighting the need for legal resources to support our veterans and military. It also provides information about legal rights and benefits that may alter how you practice when your client or opponent is a veteran or military servicemember.

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New! Oregon Rules of Professional Conduct Annotated, 2021 Edition

2 volumes; loose-leaf
1,000 pages
Publication date: August 15, 2021

This new edition is a companion to the Oregon Formal Ethics Opinions, and includes the following:

  • Annotation summaries of all Disciplinary Board Reporter cases, Oregon Supreme Court disciplinary cases, and Oregon Formal Ethics Opinions issued through 2020
  • Full text of the Oregon Rules of Professional Conduct
  • Annotation summaries of all cases citing relevant Disciplinary Rules
  • Sanctions imposed in each case clearly highlighted for quick reference
  • Cross-references to discussions of the Oregon RPCs in the Ethical Oregon Lawyer, 2015 Revision
  • Tables, subject index, and conversion table from DRs to Oregon RPCs

This publication will be updated annually with new annotations of Disciplinary Board Reporter and Oregon Supreme Court disciplinary cases as well as annotations of new and revised formal ethics opinions.

Order your copy today by vising our online bookstore. You may also contact our CLE Service Center at (503)431-6413 or toll-free in Oregon, 1-800-452-8260, x 413.

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OSB Seeks General Counsel

General Counsel

The Oregon State Bar is looking for someone to pursue and protect the legal interests of the Oregon State Bar (OSB), assist the Chief Executive Officer in managing day-to-day operations of the organization, direct operations of the General Counsel’s Office and other departments and programs for which General Counsel has budgeting and personnel-related responsibilities.

Please visit http://www.osbar.org/osbcenter/openings.html for full job details.

The Oregon State Bar is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Open Position at the Oregon State Bar

The Oregon State Bar seeks to fill Oregon Law Foundation Executive Director and Chief Access to Justice Officer position

The Oregon State Bar is looking for someone to provide executive administration for the Oregon Law Foundation (OLF). Provides C-suite leadership and oversight for the Oregon State Bar (OSB) access to justice programs, including Referral and Information Services (RIS) and Legal Services Programs (LSP).

Visit http://www.osbar.org/osbcenter/openings.html for full job details.

The Oregon State Bar is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Oregon State Bar Seeks Bulletin Editor

OSB Bulletin Editor

The Oregon State Bar is looking for someone to assist with planning, developing, editing, and managing content of the OSB’s membership magazine, the Bulletin.

Please visit http://www.osbar.org/osbcenter/openings.html for job details.

The Oregon State Bar is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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NEW! Oregon Uniform Jury Instructions, 2020 Supplements

With Oregon Uniform Jury Instructions you will always be prepared for trial with up-to-date and customizable jury instructions, save time by using instructions already drafted by the experts, and represent your clients with confidence using the comments to the instructions.


Oregon Uniform Civil Jury Instructions

  • 11 Revised instructions
  • 2 Withdrawn

The Uniform Civil Jury Instructions Committee updated 12 instructions and withdrew one instruction. The committee completed its review of all instructions last updated in 2005, including instructions related to liquor liability and condemnation. The committee also updated instructions in the areas of burden of proof and unlawful trade practices. Additionally, the committee worked together with the Criminal Jury Instruction Committee and incorporated unconscious-bias language into three introductory civil jury instructions, which mirrors language incorporated into the introductory criminal jury instructions.

Oregon Uniform Criminal Jury Instructions

  • 26 New instructions
  • 42 Revised instructions
  • 11 Withdrawn

In 2020, the Uniform Criminal Jury Instructions Committee added unconscious-bias language to general instructions to encourages jurors to be aware of their unconscious biases so they don’t influence decision making; rewrote verdict instructions to require unanimous guilty verdicts (per Ramos v. Louisiana); conformed hit-and-run instructions to the new statutory scheme; and revised the controlled substances chapter, including writing over 20 new marijuana instructions.

Order your copy today by visiting our online bookstore. You may also contact our CLE Service Center at (503) 431-6413 or toll-free in Oregon, 1-800-452-8260, x 413.

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