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  • Employment Law Round-Up

    LUNCH ON YOUR LAWYER MARCH 15th, 2017   Please join us and attorney Jillian Pollock of Buckley Law’s Employment Practices Group for a look at essential employment law topics including an employer’s obligations under Oregon’s Sick Time Law, Marijuana in the Workplace, Overtime Exemptions, and Non-Competition and Non-Solicitation Agreements. This discussion will provide a practical overview of an […]

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  • Self Directed IRAs: Using your retirement funds for investment

    Over the past decade, thousands of entrepreneurs have used funds in their IRAs to purchase “alternative investments,” including businesses and real estate.  Find out the latest on these “self directed” IRAs and what the IRS and courts think of them. Please join us for this presentation by Jay Richardson. He will discuss how self directed […]

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  • Commercial Lease Landmines from Transaction & Litigation Perspectives

    Join us for our October Lunch On Your Lawyer as we discuss the various landmines in commercial leases and how to avoid them. We will explore these issues from the transaction side of the commercial lease, how to avoid litigation, and what to do if you find yourself in litigation over a commercial lease. Attorneys […]

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  • Inherited IRAs: How to Protect your Beneficiaries – July Lunch On Your Lawyer

    Please join us for this important presentation on how you can protect the beneficiaries of your IRA. Rob Le Chevallier, shareholder and estate planning attorney, will discuss a recent decision from the U.S. Supreme Court that inherited (non-spousal) IRA’s are not protected by the federal “retirement funds” exemption from bankruptcy. Moreover, he will illustrate how […]

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  • Foreclosure 101 – March Lunch On Your Lawyer

    Please join us for this informative session on Oregon Foreclosure Law. Dick Uffelman, Shareholder and Real Estate Attorney, will discuss the formalities of Oregon foreclosure law, current trends and timely legislative updates. This will include the recently enacted bill which requires mandatory mediation in most cases for both judicial and nonjudicial foreclosures of residential trust deeds. […]

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  • Using Self-Directed Retirement Plans to Start a Business or Buy Real Estate

    Using self-directed retirement plans (IRAs and qualified plans) to start a business or acquire real estate has become quite popular in recent years.

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  • Self-Directed IRAs – 2014 February Lunch On Your Lawyer

    ROBbing Peter to Pay Paul: Using Self-Directed Retirement Plans to Start a Business or Buy Real Estate Using self-directed retirement plans (IRAs and qualified plans) to start a business or acquire real estate has become quite popular in recent years. The IRS refers to them as “R.O.B.S.” – Rollover Business Startup. If you or a […]

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  • 2013 December Lunch On Your Lawyer – FULL EVENT

    Please join us for this second session on Oregon Foreclosure Law. November’s presentation was so popular that, Dick Uffelman, Shareholder and Real Estate Attorney, will again discuss the formalities of Oregon foreclosure law, current trends and timely legislative updates. This will include the recently enacted bill which requires mandatory mediation in most cases for both […]

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  • FULL EVENT – 2014 January Lunch On Your Lawyer – I’m a Trustee, Now What?

    Have you been named as a trustee for a parent, a sibling, a child or a friend? As a trustee, you are being given assets for safe keeping, for investment, for management and for distribution to trust’s beneficiaries. As a trustee, you are held to the high standard of a fiduciary. But, what does it really […]

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  • 2013 October Lunch On Your Lawyer – Detecting and Preventing Elder Financial Abuse in Oregon

    According to the National Center on Elder Abuse, the fastest growing segment of America’s population consists of those age 85 and up. This aging group of people are particularly vulnerable to financial abuse, with most incidences involving family, friends and neighborhood perpetrators. But, the biggest loses come from business perpetrators. What does elder financial abuse really […]

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