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Ouch! Another Lesson in Statutory Interpretation: Oregon Court of Appeals Pulls Out its Hair: State v. Lewis (2014)
State v. Lewis (A152266, 2014) Multnomah County Circuit Court (111235241) “We conclude that the state failed to present sufficient evidence that the victim in this case suffered “physical injury,” as required by ORS 163.160(1)(a)….
October 24, 2014

Landlord-Tenant Law Guide (from the Law Library of Congress)
Just because landlord-tenant law is state-specific and local law for most of us mere mortals doesn’t mean there aren’t some excellent treatises and resources on the subject for those times we need to read about multi-state landlord-tenant practices and policies. If that is where your research is taking you, mosey over to the LLLoC blog post:
October 24, 2014

Oregon Lawyers: What is an “of Counsel” Relationship?
From the PLF Law Practice Management blog: “
October 24, 2014