Cable Huston Named to 2017 Best Law Firms

Tue 1 Nov, 2016 / by / General

Cable Huston is pleased to announce that it has been named to the 2017 Best Law Firms by U.S. News – Best Lawyers. Cable Huston received ranking in the following areas: Metropolitan Tier 1 Portland – OR Energy Law Environmental Law Litigation-Environmental Natural Resources Law Trusts & Estates Law Metropolitan Tier 2 Portland – OR Commercial Litigation Litigation-Construction Municipal Law Personal Injury Litigation-Defendants Personal Injury Litigation-Plaintiffs Water Law Metropolitan Tier 3 Portland – OR Bankruptcy …

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Jon Monson Quoted By National Law Journal on Recent Controversy Between Donald J. Trump & Harvard Law Professor Laurence Tribe

Wed 24 Aug, 2016 / by / General

Cable Huston partner Jon W. Monson was recently quoted by the National Law Journal in an August 19, 2016 article discussing a recent Twitter comment made about Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump by nationally-renowned Harvard law professor Laurence Tribe. The article, entitled “Laurence Tribe Takes on Twitter Bar Over Trump Tweet,” discusses Mr. Tribe’s comments about Mr. Trump and the ensuing controversy they generated about the attorney-client privilege and proper scope of an attorney’s ethical …

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Cable Huston Attorneys Selected to 2017 Best Lawyers in America

Wed 17 Aug, 2016 / by / General

Cable Huston LLP is pleased to announce that 10 of its attorneys were selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2017. Inclusion in Best Lawyers is based solely on peer-review. The following Cable Huston attorneys were named to The Best Lawyers in America 2017: James E. Benedict: Energy, Environmental Law, Litigation – Environmental J. Laurence Cable: Energy Law, Environmental Law, Municipal Law Thomas M. Grim: Energy Law Donald A. Haagensen: Environmental Law, Litigation …

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Treasury Seeks to Eliminate Valuation Discounts through Newly Issued Proposed Regulations under IRC Section 2704

Thu 4 Aug, 2016 / by / General

Proposed Treasury Regulations: Section 25.2701-2, Section 25.2704-1, Section 25.2704-2, and Section 25.2704-3. One fundamental aspect in estate and gift tax (“transfer taxes”) planning is how to value transferred assets. Transfer taxes are generally assessed on the value of the asset transferred based on what a willing buyer would pay and a willing seller would accept if each were under no compulsion to buy or sell. The valuation becomes difficult, and nuanced, when a taxpayer owns …

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