It is with heavy hearts, but the best of wishes, that we announce that our partner, friend, and mentor Ken Sherman, Jr. is retiring. For 46 years Ken set the bar high with his dedication to his clients, uncanny problem-solving skills, and ability to … [Read more...] about Kenneth Sherman, Jr. Announces Retirement
In response to rising concerns about the spread of COVID-19 (a.k.a. coronavirus), Oregon Governor Kate Brown announced a series of measures designed to slow spread of the virus. One measure is a ban on large gatherings. That may be unconstitutional. In … [Read more...] about Is Governor Brown’s Four-Week Ban on Large Gatherings Constitutional?
The Oregon Women Lawyers 28th Annual Roberts & Deiz Award Dinner will honor Gina Johnnie with the Roberts & Deiz Award on March 13, 2020. Gina will be one of two recipients of the award. The OWLS Roberts & Deiz Award is presented each year … [Read more...] about Gina Johnnie to Receive Oregon Women Lawyers Roberts & Deiz Award
Under Oregon’s recent pregnancy accommodation law, House Bill 2341, Oregon employers with six or more employees must provide “reasonable accommodations” to employees (and applicants) for certain pregnancy-related conditions. Reasonable … [Read more...] about Employers Should Review Their Pregnancy Accommodation Policies
So, your little business that started in your garage is growing and it’s time to hire additional employees. This is a great problem to have, but with a growing business comes additional issues that you did not have to deal with when you were flying … [Read more...] about Growing Business, Growing Concerns