Lane Powell raised more than $33,000 during the Oregon Lawyers Against Hunger (“OLAH”) food drive, benefiting the Oregon Food Bank. As the top fund-raiser during this year’s drive and for past years, Lane Powell again received the “Silver Barrel Award” — it is the Firm’s 16th year to receive this recognition.
After rejecting earlier report because of flawed testing, Housing Bureau launches new test for landlords.
As the Oregon legislative session winds down, the fate of bills requiring school achievement pacts, timber cuts in state forests, remains uncertain.
Portland-based Alta Bicycle Share Inc. has been chosen to run a bicycle sharing program in New York City.
Portland State University opened “Electric Avenue,” featuring seven electric vehicle charging stations from six different manufacturers.
Nine 1 One Gear, a Portland-based company that makes gear for firefighters and emergency responders, is moving its sewing operations from China to Salem.
Over 22,000 high school students applied to the University of Oregon this Spring, a 22% increase over last year.
House Bill 2541, which would lower taxes for Oregonians who inherit more than $1 million, won final approval in the Legislature.
The current newsletter is available from Jordan Schrader Ramis PC, featuring “Succession Planning For a Closely Held Business”
The opening of a new Best Buy in Medford gives residents hope that the string of retail closures is coming to an end.