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Holland & Hart LLP | USA | 13 May 2014

Oregon Bankruptcy Court refuses to enforce bankruptcy waiver in LLC operating agreement

The Bankruptcy Code impairs lenders' rights in various ways. Accordingly, lenders have long attempted to devise methods of preventing borrowers from

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Stoel Rives LLP | USA | 7 Jun 2013

Oregon becomes the second state to authorize benefit LLCs

This week Oregon became only the second state to authorize benefit LLCs, when Governor Kitzhaber signed House Bill 2296. Over a dozen states have

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Stoel Rives LLP | USA | 1 May 2012

Oregon workers' compensation law does not shield employer LLC's managing member from negligence claim by injured worker

The Oregon Court of Appeals recently held that the exclusive remedy provision of Oregon’s workers’ compensation law does not shield an employer LLC’s managing member from a negligence claim by the LLC’s injured worker.

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Stoel Rives LLP | USA | 10 Jun 2011

Broadband Graphics sues Forex service providers

In the first half of 2011, Broadband Graphics Holding, LLC, (Broadband Graphics) has sued three different defendants in the District of Oregon, alleging infringement of one or more claims of U.S. Patent Nos. 7,313,765 (the ’765 patent) and 7,539,947 (the ’947 patent).

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Stoel Rives LLP | USA | 28 Mar 2011

Manager has authority to bind Oregon LLC even with a known conflict of interest

When an LLC manager signs a contract on behalf of the LLC there is usually no question whether the LLC is bound by the manager's signature.

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Wiley Rein LLP | USA | 23 Feb 2009

Same clients, same money and same damages: same legal malpractice claim

Applying Oregon law, the Court of Appeals of Oregon held that two legal malpractice cases against two attorneys should be treated as one claim because they arose out of the work the attorneys performed to merge a limited liability company (LLC) into a corporation for the purpose of complying with securities laws.

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