November 8: CCBA Fall Conference and Social
November 8, 2018

CCBA Fall Conference & Social Hour

Thursday, November 8, 2018

Conference Registration: 8:30 am
Conference: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
CCBA Hosted Social: Immediately following the CLE

Tumwater Room
211 Tumwater Drive
Oregon City, OR 97045

Full-day program (CCBA members): $115.00
Full-day program (non-CCBA members): $165.00
Half-day program (CCBA members): $65.00
Half-day program (non-CCBA members): $85.00

Lunch included with purchase of full-day program. Social open to all attendees.

Presentations include:

9:00-10:30 - Hot Topics in Immigration Law: Supreme Court Decisions and Practical Considerations for the Criminal Law Practitioner

Immigration issues have, in the past couple of years, led to lively debates in the news, in our courthouses and in lunchrooms across the country. Hear various perspectives on this topic from our panel of speakers including Clackamas County Circuit Court Judge Douglas Van Dyk, Willamette Professor of Law, Gilbert Carrasco, and Criminal Law Attorney, Adam Thayne.

10:45-11:45 - Hot Topics in Civil Litigation - A Review of Recent Case Law & Trends

Tim Heinson, a Clackamas County civil litigator, will bring us all up to speed on new developments in personal injury and construction defect law.

1:00-2:30 - Presiding Court Update - Procedures, Policies & Problems

Our new Presiding Court Judge, Kathie Steele, and Court Staff will let us know what we all can do to make them happy, which, in turn, will make things run more smoothly for us and our clients. This is a must-see program for all Clackamas County practitioners!

2:45-4:00 - What Family Law Practitioners Need to Know about the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

Are you a family law practitioner with questions about the new tax laws and how they impact your clients? Larry Brant, a Shareholder with Garvey Schubert Barer, PC, is the go-to person on this topic, having recently spoken on this very subject at the national conference of the American College of Matrimonial Lawyers.

4:00-5:00 - In Search of Justice: Reconsidering Our Approach to Sex Crimes

Yet another topic that has been in the news a great deal of late, Attorney Judith Armatta will look at how cultural biases act as barriers to justice for sexual assault victims, offenders, and the community, and the role of lawyers in promoting and countering them.

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