Given the haste with which it was rolled out in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, a few Paycheck Protection Program recipients profiting from the cannabis industry, at least indirectly, no doubt slipped through the cracks.
Michelle Bouton The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the world, the economy, and our daily lives have been both widespread and unexpected. Who could have anticipated that this is what things [...]
Jeffrey Harradine We all know more seven months into this pandemic than we did at the outset, including businesses seeking legal redress for business disruption, breach of contract, insurance protection and business [...]
Here are some thoughts on how to have a seamless and productive Zoom mediation
The COVID-19 pandemic is playing a role in significant changes a business may be considering, from completing a merger or acquisition to buying out a business partner.
I have tried to think about ways running can make me a better lawyer. Here are just a few: (1) stepping into any legal matter should be viewed as a marathon, not a sprint; (2) it’s always better to run with others; (3) prepare for the terrain ahead; and (4) we need to nourish our bodies, which includes pausing for injury.
This article focuses on how to manage conflict in a team setting and provides practical steps to increase the chance of benefiting from conflict.
Today’s polarizing, political landscape and the global uprising against racial injustice is filtering into the workplace, so it is imperative that company leaders consider how they create a space to foster and facilitate open dialogue that provides everyone an opportunity for their voice to be heard.
As the flu season approaches, and the COVID-19 pandemic continues, how employers in Oregon, and elsewhere, handle vaccines will be an ongoing pressure point.
For lawyers who are uncomfortable with the safety and security measures being taken by courts but are nevertheless required to appear in person, what are your options?