Tag Archives: law


The poster poser hoax

I received an email late last night – a client of mine has been receiving calls from the “US Corporate Compliance” office. Should I be concerned, said client wrote, should I be worried about not being in compliance? The answer is that yes, you should be in compliance, but no, not with these folks. Three […]

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Measure 91 Series — Listening Sessions

The OLCC is holding “listening sessions” throughout the state to find what the public is most concerned about. Listening sessions have already been held in Baker City, Eugene, Pendleton, and Salem. More listening sessions are scheduled for Wednesday and thereafter: Wednesday, February 18 7:00PM – 9:00PM ASHLAND Southern Oregon University, Stevenson Union1250 Siskiyou Blvd., Rogue […]

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Measure 91 Series — The Cole Memo

One interesting component of the rulemaking process is a document that the federal government drafted. The “Cole Memo” was given to states which decriminialized marijuana (to date, Colorado and Washington). The Cole Memo is an eight-point memo related to the concerns held by the federal DOJ. These eight points direct states to: Prevent distribution of […]

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Sweetening the Milk

Winemakers aren’t the only regulated industry in this country. Architects, real estate agents, and yes, even lawyers are subject to regulation. Folks who work within the financial industry — investments and securities — are regulated by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). Disputes arising within the umbrella of securities — investment disputes or employment — are […]

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