Markowitz Herbold attorneys Anna Joyce and Harry Wilson will discuss Homelessness and Camping as it relates to land use law.
Markowitz Herbold attorney Laura Salerno Owens and Jim Vogele, Attorney at Law, will present at the Oregon State Bar's Annual Labor and Employment Boot Camp on the topic of employment agreements, non-competition, non-solicitation, and trade secrets.
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Markowitz Herbold Attorneys Laura Salerno Owens and Kyle Busse, along with Jenny Dresler, lobbyist for the Public Affairs Council, will speak at the Annual OTA Conference about the changing landscape of Oregon labor laws.
Markowitz Herbold attorney Vivek Kothari and former Markowitz Herbold Shareholder Judge Steffan Alexander of the Multnomah County Circuit Court, along with other panelists, will discuss their experiences moving to Oregon and acclimating their practices.
Trial Lawyer Laura Salerno Owens and attorney Jim Vogele of the Vogele Christiansen firm will present at the annual OSB Labor & Employment Section's Boot Camp training session for new lawyers.
Markowitz Herbold trial lawyer Chad Colton will be part of a panel of in-house counsel and outside private practitioners discussing tips and tricks for a successful working relationship when dealing with litigation or corporate transactions.
Markowitz Herbold attorneys Adam Starr and Dan DiCicco will discuss the discovery of technical software data in litigation.
Markowitz attorneys Anna Joyce and Harry Wilson will discuss the SCOTUS case City of Boise v. Martin, holding that if a homeless person has no option of sleeping indoors a local government cannot cite him or her for violating an ordinance disallowing sleeping outside in a public space, is now the law of the land in the Ninth Circuit. They will discuss what this case means for local governments big and small, inside and outside of the Ninth Circuit. For more information, visit the OSB Government Law Section's webpage.
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Markowitz Herbold attorneys Kyle Busse and Erin Dawson will discuss employers’ rights regarding employee accommodations, employer responsibilities, and potential pros and cons of various vaccination policies. They will also touch on other employment-related COVID updates for 2021.
Markowitz Herbold trial lawyer, Chad Colton, along with Alejandra Torres of Lewis Brisbois, and Sean Hughey, a Deputy District Attorney for Multnomah County, will discuss what it's like to conduct trials and arbitrations in the middle of a global pandemic.