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  • Oregon Trademark Litigation Update – ABS-CBN Corporation v. Jeffrey Ashby et al

    ABS-CBN Corporation et al v. Jeffrey Ashby et al Court Case Number: 3:14-cv-01275-HU File Date: Thursday, August 07, 2014 Plaintiff: ABS-CBN Corporation, ABS-CBN Film Productions, Inc ...

    73 readers - Oregon Intellectual Property Law
  • Up A Tree Without A Ladder

    Business owners often complain about workers' compensation and this story from Oregon highlights exactly why. A tree trimming and landscape maintenance business was started by Robert and Jannai Cornett in 1998 with a pickup truck, "a chainsaw and a rake, a little blood and a lot of sweat." R&R Tree Service grew from there to a 30 employee company with trucks, equipment, and an office.

    11 readers - DePaolo's Work Comp World
    • Oregon and Washington: A Tale of Two Recreational Marijuana Laws

      Last week, I participated in The Oregonian’s Speaker Series (at The Bing Lounge in Portland) discussing what Oregon can learn from Washington’s marijuana legalization regime. A fitting time to dish on such a topic since the polls are indicating that Oregonians are ready to legalize recreational marijuana this fall via Initiative 91.
      6 readers - Canna Law Blog™
    • This Week In Law Schools In Trouble

      Whenever you go to an unaccredited law school, you are assuming the risk that the school doesn’t get accredited. The law school isn’t going to give you your money back if the ABA doesn’t accept it into the club. Then again, even if you go to an accredited school, things are not set in stone.
      2 readers - Above the Law

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    • This Week In Law Schools In Trouble

      … is taking its toll on some students in the Pacific Northwest. On the bright side, at least some students can now leave, guilt-free, and start whatever else they’re going to do with their lives… The biggest crisis point is at Concordia Law School. Concordia is based in Idaho, but it was launched in 2012 by Concordia University in Portland, Oregon…

      2 readers - Above the Law
    • COAST GUARD RESCUES STRANDED HIKER IN OREGON

      … A woman who was hiking along the Ecola State Park cliffs near Seaside, Oregon, became trapped by the tide coming in sooner than expected on Sunday, July 6th. The Columbia River Coast Guard Sector received the report from local authorities. A MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter was dispatched to the scene from the Coast Guard Air Station Astoria…

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    • Oregon Trademark Litigation Update – Legit Organics v. Celisac

      …Legit Organics LLC v. Celisac LLC Court Case Number: 3:14-cv-01297 File Date: Wednesday, August 13, 2014 Plaintiff: Legit Organics LLC Plaintiff Counsel: Defendant: Celisac LLC Cause: Federal Trademark Infringement, False Designation of Origin, Common Law Trademark Infringement, Common Law Unfair Competition Court: District of Oregon Judge: Michael W. Mosman View this document on Scribd…

      3 readers - Oregon Intellectual Property Law
    • Oregon Trademark Litigation Update – ABS-CBN Corporation v. Jeffrey Ashby et al

      …ABS-CBN Corporation et al v. Jeffrey Ashby et al Court Case Number: 3:14-cv-01275-HU File Date: Thursday, August 07, 2014 Plaintiff: ABS-CBN Corporation, ABS-CBN Film Productions, Inc., ABS-CBN International Plaintiff Counsel: Matthew A. Levin of Markowitz Herbold Glade & Mehlhaf PC Defendant: Jeffrey Ashby, Lenie Ashby, Does 1-100 Cause: Trademark Infringement Court: District of Oregon Judge: Magistrate Judge Dennis J. Hubel No Complaint available. Case has been sealed.…

      73 readers - Oregon Intellectual Property Law
    • Up A Tree Without A Ladder

      … Business owners often complain about workers' compensation and this story from Oregon highlights exactly why. A tree trimming and landscape maintenance business was started by Robert and Jannai Cornett in 1998 with a pickup truck, "a chainsaw and a rake, a little blood and a lot of sweat." R&R Tree Service grew from there to a 30 employee…

      11 readers - DePaolo's Work Comp World
    • It's About Time

      … Recent Oregon Supreme Court Case Brings Some Needed Clarity to the Statute of Limitations for Oregon Construction Defect Claims. How long does an owner or community association have to bring claims for negligent construction in Oregon?  The answer, surprisingly, remains unsettled. But the Oregon Supreme Court’s decision earlier this year…

      4 readers - Northwest Condo & HOA Law Blog
    • Morning Docket: 06.05.14

      …* The Supreme Court won't be blocking gay marriages from occurring in Oregon pending an appeal. Maybe it's because the request wasn't filed by the state, or maybe it's because Justice Kennedy is the man. [National Law Journal] * "To err is human. To make a mistake and stubbornly refuse to acknowledge it — that's judicial." This Ninth Circuit judge…

      1 readers - Staci Zaretsky/ Above the Law
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