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    Online Purchases – Where Can You Sue?

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    Online Purchases – Where Can You Sue?

    From eBay to Amazon, more and more purchases happen online.  You can buy running shoes, a car, even a house, from the comfort of your home while sitting in front of a computer.  Geographic distances between the buyer and seller that used to be insurmountable are now, in many instances, obsolete.  But those same geographic…
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    New Rules For Oregon “Small Estates”

    In 2019, the Oregon legislature modified the rules for administering “small estates” of persons who die on or after January 1, 2020. By way of introduction, an estate is a “small estate” if the total value of the assets that need to be administered does not exceed the following values:  $200,000 for real property and…
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    Your Tenant Actually Moved Out, Now What?

    If you’re a landlord in Oregon, either by choice or happenstance, your most worrisome concern is probably what happens if a tenant won’t leave at the end of the lease term or after an eviction notice is served.  There are horror stories galore and, with the ever-changing landlord/tenant law, landlords question when, and if, they…
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    Social Media Posts

    An employee posted on Facebook that her manger was a “scumbag” and was terminated for the comment. The termination was unlawful. A Chipotle employee tweeted about his low pay and was fired. The firing was unlawful. An employee posted a status update on Facebook using expletives about her Employer. She was terminated for her comments,…
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    Are You Complying With Oregon’s Employee Retirement Savings Plan Requirements?

    In recent years, Oregon has enacted a dizzying array of new employment-related laws:  mandatory minimum wage, mandatory sick leave, predictive scheduling, and “ban the box,” to name just a few.  For employers, new laws are coming so fast that they can be hard to keep track of, creating a risk of being penalized for failing…
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