Advising Oregon Businesses Fall Series

$135 for MBA members | $225 non-members 

A series of weekly, one-hour seminars. Eight hours of practical skills and one hour of ethics OSB MClE credit will be applied for in total. Please click on each seminar title to view the description and individual class registration.

Date/Time: Nine weekly seminars from 12-1 p.m. beginning Thursday, September 17.
Location: Remote attendance only via Zoom.*
Cost: $135 for members (or $30 per individual seminar); non-members $225 (or $45 per individual seminar).

* If circumstances change and we are safely able to host in-person attendees, we will notify registrants of that option.

Entity Formation: Building a House from Bricks, Not Straw | Thursday, September 17
Adam Adkin, Tonkon Torp LLP

Understanding and Interpreting Restrictive Covenants | Thursday, September 24
Alex Trauman, Motschenbacher & Blattner LLP, and Joseph Haddad, JJH Law PC

Best Practices for Hiring and Firing | Thursday, October 1
Kyle Busse, Markowitz Herbold PC and Kirsten Rush, Busse & Hunt

Purchase and Sale of Businesses | Thursday, October 8
Amy Opoien, Ater Wynne LLP

Securities | Thursday, October 15
Darlene Pasieczny, Samuels Yoelin Kantor

Ethical Considerations of Closely Held Businesses | Thursday, October 22
(Note: One hour of ethics OSB MCLE credit will be applied for)
Anne Koch, Wyse Kadish LLP

Labor/Union Specific Issues | Thursday, October 29
Stephen Brischetto, Law Offices of Stephen l. Brischetto

Tax Issues | Thursday, November 5
David Brandon, Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP

Is it the End? Options, Workouts, or Dissolution | Thursday, November 12
Ann Chapman, Vanden Bos & Chapman LLP

"In-person" registrants will be signed up remotely for the entire nine-part series.

Date & Time
Thursday, October 01, 2020, 12:00pm-1:00pm
Remote attendance only via Zoom
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Credit Types
Ethics, Practical Skills
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