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Airbnb and Hot Tub Liability: Read This Before Your Next Vacation
Legal Alert
Listen to Our Legal Alerts on the Following Platforms: From the Desk of Jeff Eberhard: When many hear of CDA Section 230 the focus may be why can’t Facebook, Twitter, etc. be sued because of the content posted on their…
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Thursday February 3, 2022 By: Jeff Eberhard
Premises Liability: The Impact of the “Going or Coming” Rule on Tort Liability
Legal Alert
Listen to Our Legal Alerts on the Following Platforms: From the desk of Jeff Eberhard: In Oregon, workers’ compensation is an exclusive remedy against an employer, which means the employee cannot pursue civil litigation against that employer. Therefore, knowing how…
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Wednesday May 19, 2021 By: Jeff Eberhard
Liability Waivers – Should We Wave Goodbye?
Webinar
Liability Waivers – Should We Wave Goodbye? Watch The Recording Enter your email below to request more information on this webinar. > Managing Partner Jeff Eberhard breaks down the evolving and complex world of liability waiver enforcement in Oregon and…
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Thursday January 31, 2019 By: Firm Authorship
2018 – Year In Review – Commercial Lines in Oregon
Webinar
Watch The Recording Enter your email below to request more information on this webinar. > Smith Freed Eberhard Partner Bill Taaffe discusses major cases of the past year in Oregon. In this one hour presentation, Bill focuses on the following…
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Thursday November 8, 2018 By: William Taaffe
Washington Case Law Update: Washington Court of Appeals Affirms Summary Judgment Against Unrepresented Plaintiff for Failing to Follow Procedural Rules
Legal Alert
Washington Case Law Update: Washington Court of Appeals Affirms Summary Judgment Against Unrepresented Plaintiff for Failing to Follow Procedural Rules From the Desk of Joshua P. Hayward: Unrepresented parties occasionally get the benefit of the doubt from trial courts when they miss…
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Thursday October 11, 2018 By: Josh Hayward
Washington Case Law Update: Court Rules that Implied Warranty of Habitability Does Not Extend to Tenant’s Guest
Legal Alert
Washington Case Law Update: Court Rules that Implied Warranty of Habitability Does Not Extend to Tenant’s Guest From the desk of Kyle D. Riley: Under common law in Washington, landowners may be liable for failure to maintain a safe and habitable…
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Thursday May 17, 2018 By: Kyle Riley
Oregon & Washington Construction Law Master Class
Webinar
The world of construction presents a large number of issues for contractors, subcontractors, engineers, architects, and their insurers.  In this presentation, we address the basics of the law, including statutes of limitation and repose, the standards to which construction companies…
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Thursday February 9, 2017 By: Paul Sheely
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