News Releases About and Articles from Cable Huston Attorneys:
Jon Monson Appointed to Oregon State Bar Legal Ethics Committee
Cable Huston Named "Top 20 Law Firm" by the Portland Business Journal
Jon Monson and Casey Nokes Named Top 40 Under 40 Litigation Lawyers
U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers® Ranks Cable Huston LLP as a 2015 "Best Law Firm"
Cable Huston Prevails in Oregon Court of Appeals Title Insurance Dispute
Cable Huston Welcomes New Partner Katherine VanZanten
Laura Maffei Appointed to DOGAMI Governing Board
Cable Huston Welcomes New Associate Nicole Watson
Congratulations to Firm Client - Bill Naito Company
Reefer Madness: Electricity + The Legalized Marijuana Industry
Cable Huston Attorneys Selected to 2015 Best Lawyers in America
PURPA: It's Not Just For IOUs Anymore
Cable Huston's 2014 Super Lawyers
Jan Kitchel Wins Important Appellate Case on Liquor Liability
U.S. Supreme Court rules that an inherited individual retirement account (IRA) is not protected from creditors in bankruptcy
Chambers USA Recognizes Cable Huston LLP in Environmental Law
Cable Huston Welcomes New Associate Jonathan Cavanagh
Cable Huston Welcomes New Partner Laura Maffei
Jan Kitchel Joins Cable Huston as Of Counsel
Dealing with Difficult Pole Occupants
Think Charitably When Selling a Business
Don Haagensen selected as College of Idaho's 2013 Distinguished Alumni
Ten Cable Huston Attorneys Recognized as 2013 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars
Wetlands Ruling Could Empower Property Owners
Cable Huston's 2013 Best Lawyers in America and 2012 Super Lawyers
Litigating the ERISA Fidelity Bond Claim
How Will We Defend Preference Power?
Is Your Current Pole Attachment Rate Too High? Probably Not.
Oregon Court Finds Public Utility Power Purchase Agreement Exempt from Public Records Disclosure
The Tax Lawyer Can Help Ease the Impact of the Estate Tax Burden After the Death of Business Owner
Don't delay any longer -- get will done as soon as possible
What's Going on in Idaho?
The Challenge of RPS for Publicly Owned Utilities in the Pacific Northwest
Your Utility Customer Goes Bankrupt - Now What?
Lessons Learned from the Klamath River Basin Settlement Agreements
Show Me the Money
Simple Steps to Protect Your Utility If Your Power Supplier is Headed for Bankruptcy
Consumer-Owned Utilities Not Immune to Federal Reliability Standards
Does the Uniform Commercial Code Apply to Power Purchase or Sale Agreements?
Navigating the Regulation of Ocean Hydrokinetics
Negotiating Prepaid Electricity Purchases
State of the State's Settlement Offer Program
Current and Proposed Estate Tax Laws for 2010
2009 Legislative Session Summary: Tax and Business