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26 Aug 2008, 11:31 pm
  For answers to these questions and more, join Stoel Rives for a breakfast seminar on September 25 titled "Noncompetes, Nonsolicitation and Confidentiality: Lessons Learned After a Year Under Oregon's New Noncompete Law," presented by Amy Joseph Pedersen, Ed Reeves and Carolyn Walker of the firm's Labor and Employment Group. [read post]
24 Jan 2011, 5:07 pm by Colin O'Keefe
Part 3 Of Green Finance--Bumming Money From Your Uncle (Sam) - Philadelphia LEED AP Shari Shapiro on her Green Building Law Blog Supreme Court Holds Title VII Can Cover Third Party Retaliation Claims - Portland lawyer Amy Joseph Pedersen on the Stoel Rives World of Employment Japanese Supreme Court: Place-Shifting a Violation of Copyright Law; Implications for US Cloud Gaming - Washington DC attorney Drew Boortz of Reed Smith on the firm's… [read post]
15 Feb 2011, 4:36 pm by Colin O'Keefe
- Chicago lawyer Bill Pokorny of Franczek Radelet on the firm's blog, FMLA Insights Fred Has a Very Bad Day (Termination Checklist and Guide) - Portland attorney Amy Joseph Pedersen on the Stoel Rives World of Employment LCD Soundsystem vs. [read post]
16 Oct 2014, 5:29 pm by Colin O'Keefe
Jimmy John’s Should Reconsider its Approach to Blanket Noncompete Agreements – Portland lawyer Amy Joseph Pedersen on the Stoel Rives World of Employment Market for Collision-Avoidance Technology Booms as Cars Become Smarter – Chicago attorney Lauren Loew of Foley & Lardner on the firm’s blog, Dashboard Insights Straight From the Horse’s Mouth – GCs Say What They Want From Outside Firms – Pam Woldow & Doug… [read post]
22 Aug 2019, 9:04 am by Alisha Kormondy
We asked the lawyers in some of Stoel Rives’ offices to explain how this change might impact state law regarding disability discrimination is in their respective states: Amy Joseph Pedersen in our Portland office notes that Oregon’s disability statute is construed consistently with the ADA and Oregon law uses language identical to Title I of the ADA—barring discrimination “on the basis of disability. [read post]
22 Aug 2019, 9:04 am by Alisha Kormondy
We asked the lawyers in some of Stoel Rives’ offices to explain how this change might impact state law regarding disability discrimination is in their respective states: Amy Joseph Pedersen in our Portland office notes that Oregon’s disability statute is construed consistently with the ADA and Oregon law uses language identical to Title I of the ADA—barring discrimination “on the basis of disability. [read post]