Mark C. Hoyt was interviewed for his thoughts by the Ethics Corner department in the latest edition of the Willamette University College of Law's alumni magazine, Willamette Lawyer. ETHICS CORNER- In light of the financial difficulties facing law … [Read more...] about Should Law Firms be Owned by Non-Lawyers?
Too often parties to a real estate transaction assume because they have title insurance they are protected from any defects in the title and all claims from third parties. Unfortunately, this is far from the case. Title insurance only addresses matters … [Read more...] about What Title Insurance Doesn’t Cover
In the Spring 2012, edition of the Willamette University College of Law's alumni magazine, Willamette Lawyer, SSJH, LLP's managing partner, Mark C. Hoyt, was featured in the Ethics Corner. The Ethics Corner Department poses an ethics question to be … [Read more...] about Willamette Lawyer Magazine Features Mark C. Hoyt in Ethics Corner
Too often business owners are too busy running the business to pay attention to the documents which govern the business and could decide its future in the event of sudden unanticipated change. Taking a few moments to review a company’s governing documents … [Read more...] about Even the Cobbler’s Son Needs Shoes
In today's tight construction market, more and more contractors are turning to public contracts to keep hammers swinging and maintain their workforce. In doing so, many are overlooking an advantage they have in bidding for public work. ORS 279A.120 … [Read more...] about In Bidding on Oregon Public Contracts, Oregon Contractors Have an Advantage