January 25, 2018
Federal Practice CLE & Lunch, Jan 25
Start the new year learning about Oregon’s new laws! Until Governor Brown recently signed Oregon’s receivership
statute into law, Oregon has not had statutory authority for receiverships – this creditors’ remedy had been governed only by a handful of procedural rules in the ORCP and some ancient common law precedents. Oregon’s new Receivership Code is a comprehensive statute that governs both real and personal property and becomes effective on January 1, 2018. Learn all about it from three members of the Oregon Law Commission’s work group that drafted the new statute: Prof. Andrea Coles-Bjerre, University of Oregon School of Law; Mark B. Comstock, Garrett, Hemann, Robertson, PC; and Teresa H. Pearson, Miller, Nash, Graham & Dunn, LLP.
When: January 25, 2018 from noon to 1:30.
Where: Eugene Federal Courthouse, Jury Assembly Room.
Please RSVP at email@example.com so we know how much free lunch to prepare. If you forget to RSVP, come anyway! Your free lunch and free CLE is courtesy of Teresa Person and Miller, Nash, Graham & Dunn, LLP!
Sponsored by the Lane County Circuit Court, Oregon Federal District Court, Oregon Chapter of the Federal Bar Association, UO School of Law, LCBA Federal Court and Debtor/Creditor committees, and the Lane County Women Lawyers.