Even though Oregon’s summer wasn’t hot, the topics in this government law seminar sure are. Take a look at recent guidance issued by the Oregon Government Ethics Commission and use of employer-issued resources, such as credit cards and vehicles. Get the latest decisions on state land use and a snapshot of collective bargaining issues, including how bargaining today will impact parties tomorrow. Learn how your electronic records policy may need to be revised. New greenhouse gas limitations are discussed, as well as TASER® use by law enforcement. A special lunch presentation features Paul Garrahan, Special Counsel to Oregon Attorney General John Kroger. Mr. Garrahan discusses the Oregon Department of Justice’s recent efforts and position on hot-button issues in environment law enforcement.
Cosponsored by the Government Law Section.
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Jennifer M. Bragar, Garvey Schubert Barer, Portland
Alison Kean Campbell, Metro, Portland
Paul Garrahan, Oregon Department of Justice, Salem
Chris Hagerbaumer, Deputy Director, Oregon Environmental Council, Portland
Tammy Hedrick, Oregon Government Ethics Commission, Salem
Mary Beth Herkert, Archives Division, Secretary of State, Salem
Michael Hoglund, Director, Metro Research Center, Portland
Steven A. Kraemer, Hoffman Hart & Wagner LLP, Portland
Diana L. Moffat, Local Government Personnel Institute, Salem
Carrie A. Richter, Garvey Schubert Barer, Portland
Michael J. Tedesco, Law Office of Michael J. Tedesco, Lake Oswego
David L. Woboril, City Attorney’s Office, Portland