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Oregon Supreme Court Upholds Right-of-Way Fees on Broadband Internet Services

On May 26, 2016, the Oregon Supreme Court affirmed the right of the City of Eugene to charge a license fee for using the City’s public rights-of-way to provide broadband internet services. City of Eugene v. Comcast of Oregon II, Inc., 359...

Q&A: Litigation Hold Plans

by Jeff Matthews Q: What is a “litigation hold plan”? A: It is a comprehensive, pre-arranged plan to preserve records for use in prosecuting, or defending against, claims or lawsuits. Nowadays, records primarily reside as electronically stored information (“ESI”). ESI...

What Should the Court Do With a Decision it Shouldn’t Have Been Able to Make?

Aaron Landau’s article, “State v. Hemenway: What Should the Court Do With a Decision it Shouldn’t Have Been Able to Make?” appeared in the Spring 2013 issue of The Oregon Constitutional Law Newsletter, published by the Oregon State Bar. “An...

District of Oregon Takes Steps to Control the Cost of Litigation

This article, authored by HLGR’s Susan Marmaduke, appeared in the Spring 2013 issue of SideBar published by the Federal Litigation Section of the Federal Bar Association. District of Oregon Takes Steps to Control the Cost of Litigation Hon. Ann Aiken,...

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