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Public Meetings Checklist for COVID-19 Emergency Period
Pursuant to Governor Brown’s Executive Order No. 20-16, most public meetings must be held virtually, via telephone or by other electronic means, whenever possible during the COVID-19 emergency period. ALL PUBLIC MEETINGS ☐ Give appropriate notice...
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Estimated Corporate Activity Tax Payments and Penalty Waivers
As previously reported, the Oregon Department of Revenue has not extended the filing or payment deadlines for the Oregon Corporate Activity Tax during the ongoing COVID-19 saga, but has been instructed not to impose penalties on taxpayers that can do...
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Let’s Get Back to Work! Construction Industry Personnel Considerations and Resources Related to COVID-19
With the recent reopening of Phase 1 construction in Washington and the eagerly awaited resumption of projects throughout the Pacific Northwest, we thought it might be helpful to provide a quick snapshot of the key regulatory guidance and tailored Mi...
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U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Increases Extensions to Deadlines under the CARES Act
As a further update to earlier posts regarding recent actions taken by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the USPTO announced this week an increased extension of time for the filing of various pat...
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Managing Data Security and Privacy Issues with Remote Learning Technology
With the rapid spread of COVID-19, school districts are surging toward remote online learning programs. Remote learning technology and other forms of educational technology (“ed tech”) allow districts to educate students while physical distancing req...
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It’s Not Nice to Pay an Invoice Twice: Payment Demands During COVID-19 by Assignees of Accounts Under UCC Section 9-406
For a printable PDF version of this article, please click here. The mail room just received a piece of unregistered first-class mail from a company you don’t recognize. The letter floats around the office for a couple of days before landing on the d...
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