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(This article was published in the Juvenile Law Reader, Volume 14, Issue 4, Winter 2017.)   When a lawyer is appointed to represent a child client in a dependency case, the lawyer may discover that, in addition to the circumstances that brought the child before the court in the first place, the child also may[…]

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“I just looked down for a second.” “I looked up, and there he was.” “I turned to look at my kid, and when I turned back, I didn’t have time to stop.” Unfortunately, these kinds of statements are all too common. They frequently are offered as excuses by distracted drivers for an inexcusable act—the act[…]

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On January 1, 2016, a new law goes into effect that creates some exciting new changes to Oregon’s automobile insurance law. SB 411, which was signed earlier this year by Governor Kate Brown, allows consumers to finally get the full benefit of the insurance coverage they have been paying for. But you must act. The[…]

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Rob Kline shares when liability waivers are enforceable and when they are not.

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