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Oregon is about to join Florida as a Judicial Foreclosure State

It appears as if Oregon is on the very of joining Florida as a judicial foreclosure state. This means when a bank wants to foreclose on property, the bank must prevail in court to be able to do so. Oregon … Continue reading

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Oregon Lawyers Celebrate Punctuation Day (with a side of interrogatories)

The Oregon State Bar (OSB) August/September 2011 Bulletin has a lot of interesting news. We'll start with the Fun (to librarians, lawyers, and writers, at least): Thank you to Suzanne Rowe, the University of Oregon Law School Director of Legal … Continue reading

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Pendleton, Oregon: Company Town?

If you are not familiar with Pendleton, Oregon, you may have heard of it. Pendleton is home to an annual rodeo known as the Pendleton Round-Up, and Pendleton's most famous exports are probably the wool and clothing goods of Pendleton … Continue reading

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Oregon Reliance Requirement Would Jeopardize Investor Protection, NASAA Argues

The North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA) has urged the Oregon Supreme Court to reverse a decision by the state's Court of Appeals which held that reliance forms a necessary element of a fraud claim under Section 59.137 of the … Continue reading

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Oregon Court of Appeals overrides contractual choice-of-law term

Last week the Oregon Court of Appeals applied Oregon law to a dispute between a credit card holder and an issuing bank, refusing to enforce the choice of Virginia law in the parties' cardholder agreement. In Capital One Bank v. … Continue reading

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