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The three-volume revision of Family Law in Oregon includes 2021 legislation, new chapters on third-party rights and on DHS and juvenile law for family law attorneys, updated forms, and covers the basics on spousal support, child support, child custody and parenting time, property division, family law procedures, and much more.
This fully integrated new edition summarizes Disciplinary Board Reporter cases issued through 2020 for each rule violated, includes summaries of new Oregon Formal Ethics Opinions approved through 2020, and incorporates the text of the most current version of the Oregon Rules of Professional Conduct.
The Uniform Civil Jury Instructions Committee updated 11 instructions and withdrew two instructions. The committee completed its review of all instructions last updated in 2005, including instructions related to liquor liability and condemnation. The committee also updated instructions in the areas of burden of proof and unlawful trade practices. Additionally, the committee worked together with the Criminal Jury Instruction Committee and incorporated unconscious-bias language into three introductory civil jury instructions, which mirrors language incorporated into the introductory criminal jury instructions.
In 2020, the Uniform Criminal Jury Instructions Committee added unconscious-bias language to general instructions to encourage jurors to be aware of their unconscious biases so they don't influence decision making; rewrote verdict instructions to require unanimous guilty verdicts (per Ramos v. Louisiana); conformed hit-and-run instructions to the new statutory scheme; and revised the controlled substances chapter, including writing over 30 new marijuana instructions.
Lead the way to justice for your clients with this new resource, a must-have for any Oregon lawyer who handles civil cases. Whether you litigate often or only try one case per year, the tools you need are in Oregon Civil Pleading and Litigation. Written and peer-reviewed by expert litigators, this book will guide you from the initial client interview and evaluation of a case to posttrial matters and preparing for the appeals process. Includes citations to and discussion of over 2,500 cases and 2,400 statutes and rules, as well as 150 forms.
This second edition addresses issues affecting foreign nationals living in Oregon by combining relevant statutes, rules, and cases on matters such as domestic relations, employment, personal injuries, criminal offenses, business law, and public benefits. It includes a brand new chapter on airport issues. This valuable reference will help lawyers avoid potential pitfalls, and highlights situations in which standard advice for a citizen client might be inappropriate for a noncitizen client.
Cannabis, both medical and recreational, has been legal in Oregon since 2015. The legislatures and agencies continue to add to the statutes and rules to address this rapidly evolving area of law. Get the latest edition of Oregon Cannabis Codebook and have the statutes and related administrative rules in this growing area of law at your fingertips.
This new edition of Insurance Law is completely reorganized and updated, with 12 chapters covering new subject matter never before included in this publication.
This new codebook includes all of the Oregon Revised Statutes relevant to insurance law and is the perfect companion to Insurance Law.
Most of your clients have at least one automobile, or are impacted by the presence of automobiles in their lives. Whether it's a consumer issue, an insurance coverage issue, or a tort or criminal law problem, Oregon Automobile Law Compilation has the answers you need. The second edition of this popular volume pulls together, in one convenient resource, chapters from several other Legal Publications titles, each of which deals with automobiles in some way. Also, not available elsewhere, this handy resource includes a bibliography of other resources that address automobile law issues.
Construction Law in Oregon is the top resource for Oregon lawyers involved in commercial, design-build, residential, or state and local government construction projects. This book provides the information needed to successfully negotiate construction contracts, and handle disputes, claims, liens, bonds, and federal procurements. This edition includes a new chapter on insurance coverage issues. We are also offering a companion Construction Law Codebook with relevant Oregon statutes and select federal laws to aid you in your practice.
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