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, … [Read more...] about Your Tenant Actually Moved Out, Now What?
Last July we highlighted the case of Janus v. American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees. That Supreme Court case held forcing non-union workers to finance union activities “violates the free speech rights. . . by compelling them to … [Read more...] about Janus Ripples Being Felt in Oregon
Since 1977, when the United States Supreme Court decided Abood v. Detroit Board of Education, it has been constitutional for labor unions to require non-members who benefited from collective bargaining efforts to pay dues to ensure “labor peace.” The … [Read more...] about Janus Takes On the Union and Wins
Counties across Oregon are required to begin foreclosure proceedings if the oldest unpaid tax year is three or more years delinquent. Following foreclosure, there is a two year redemption period during which certain interested parties may bring the … [Read more...] about Buyer Beware: The Not So Great Deal of a Tax Foreclosure Sale