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5-Hour Energy Sued by Two State Attorneys General

5-Hour Energy Sued by Two State Attorneys General Two attorneys general from the Northwest portion of the country have sued companies responsible for the drink 5-Hour Energy, according to The Associated Press. The attorneys general claim that the company engaged in deceptive advertising practices. The lawsuit was filed…>read more

No Comment July 18, 2014

Atlanta Law Firm Sued by Full Sail Brewery

Atlanta Law Firm Sued by Full Sail Brewery Trademark lawsuits are becoming more common as the United States becomes home to more than 3,000 breweries. One of the more recent ones was filed by Full Sail Brewing, which is located in Oregon, according to CNBC. The lawsuit was…>read more

No Comment July 14, 2014

Fake Sheriff’s Deputy Arrested in Oregon

Fake Sheriff’s Deputy Arrested in Oregon Anthony McGuire, from Oregon, impersonated a sheriff’s deputy while he test drove an SUV and pulled over a motorcycle, according to The Associated Press. McGuire, of Salem, was taken into custody on Saturday after the motorcyclist and two employees of…>read more

No Comment July 9, 2014

Wood Tatum and Lindsay Hart Merge Creating Powerhouse of Maritime Law Services

Wood Tatum and Lindsay Hart Merge Creating Powerhouse of Maritime Law Services Wood Tatum, a 144-year-old Portland firm, has merged its historic maritime practice into Lindsay Hart LLP, a 75-year old Portland admiralty firm. The merger has created a powerhouse of maritime law services. As per a recent release, Todd Zilbert, Partner…>read more

No Comment June 11, 2014

Ross Day, Prominent Oregon Lawyer, Sued by Former Employee for Sexual Harassment

Ross Day, Prominent Oregon Lawyer, Sued by Former Employee for Sexual Harassment Portland attorney Ross Day is being sued by a former employee for $450,000, claiming sexual harassment by discussing the book Fifty Shades of Grey and sending the attorney erotic emails, according to The Oregonian. Day has been working in the…>read more

No Comment May 22, 2014

Judge Michael McShane’s Ruling on Oregon’s Ban on Same-Sex Marriage

Judge Michael McShane’s Ruling on Oregon’s Ban on Same-Sex Marriage Portland, Oregon’s largest city, has been accepting of gay men and lesbians for many years. On Monday federal judge Michael Mc Shane struck down Oregon’s voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage. According to CNN News, U.S. District Judge Michael McShane said…>read more

No Comment May 21, 2014

Jodi Stringer Discusses Ethical Issues Concerning the Oregon State Bar

Jodi Stringer Discusses Ethical Issues Concerning the Oregon State Bar Guest post by: Nabeal Twereet, writer for LawCrossing The Oregon State Bar’s alleged ethical issues have now been brought to light in the following shocking interview. I spoke with Jodi Stringer about her allegations that the Oregon State Bar has…>read more

No Comment April 7, 2014

Attorney General in Oregon Will Not Defend Gay Marriage Ban

Attorney General in Oregon Will Not Defend Gay Marriage Ban The attorney general in Oregon, Ellen Rosenblum, said in a federal court filing on Thursday that she would not defend the state ban on same-sex marriage, according to Bloomberg. In the court filing, Rosenblum said that the law “cannot withstand…>read more

No Comment February 21, 2014

Downtown Portland Shooting Hospitalizes One and Treats One for Gunshot to the Testicles

Downtown Portland Shooting Hospitalizes One and Treats One for Gunshot to the Testicles Two men were injured in an attempted robbery Tuesday night in downtown Portland. The Oregonian news noted, “One of the men is in the hospital with a gunshot wound to the leg, and the other 40 year old suspect was…>read more

1 Comment January 30, 2014

Oregon Supreme Court Upholds Ban on Loaded Guns in Public Places

Oregon Supreme Court Upholds Ban on Loaded Guns in Public Places The Oregon Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that an ordinance banning ordinary citizens and residents from carrying loaded firearms in the city of Portland, Oregon, is constitutional. The court explained that the ordinance did not pursue any blanket ban on…>read more

No Comment August 20, 2013

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