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Potential First Amendment Protections for Disgruntled Bidders
Jun 02, 2021
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This article was originally published in the Spring 2021 issue of the Oregon State Bar Construction Law Section's Construction Law Newsletter. State and local governments must follow public bidding and procurement laws, including letting projects ou...
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Heads I Win, Tails You Lose: Should Developers Dissolve Their LLCs After Completing a Project? (Part 2)
Jun 26, 2009
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The question whether real estate developers should dissolve their limited liability companies ("LLCs") that they typically create for development projects has been a hot topic for the past several years in Washington. As we reported in the November 2...
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Think Twice Before Reusing Those Plans: The Lessons To Be Learned From LGS Architects, Inc. v. Concordia Homes
Apr 24, 2006
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Most people know that software, movies, and music are protected against unauthorized copying by U.S. copyright laws. But since at least 1990, constructing habitable buildings from architectural plans is also considered to be "copying" the plans, and...
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