Jon Monson Appointed Secretary of Oregon State Bar Legal Ethics Committee

Wed 23 Jan, 2019 / by / General

The Oregon State Bar (OSB) Board of Governors recently appointed Cable Huston partner Jon Monson as Secretary for the OSB Legal Ethics Committee.   The Legal Ethics Committee is the body charged with drafting formal legal ethics opinions for Oregon lawyers and recommending changes to the Oregon Rules of Professional Conduct.  Jon has served as a member of the Legal Ethics Committee since 2015.

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Partner, Anita H. Grinich Attends International Law Conference

Wed 14 Nov, 2018 / by / General

Cable Huston LLP has joined the international legal referral network, Lawyers Associated Worldwide (LAW).  LAW, a non-profit association, is incorporated under the Swiss Civil Code, with its principal office in Denver, Colorado.  Today LAW is a global association of more than 100 independent law firms located around the globe.  Membership is limited to those firms who are invited after an extensive due diligence process.  Membership in LAW provides Cable Huston’s clients with access to more …

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The Effects of Medical Marijuana on Employer Drug Policies

Tue 31 Jul, 2018 / by / General

The legalization of marijuana, for either medical or recreational purposes, in 28 states and the District of Columbia has created issues for employers that wish to maintain a drug free work-force.  Though there is no protection against adverse employment action for employees that use legalized marijuana recreationally, employees that use medical marijuana may be afforded such protection.  While the interpretation and enforcement of state marijuana…. Read More

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Cable Huston Prevails on Appeal for EWEB

Wed 4 Apr, 2018 / by / Verdicts & Cases

Congratulations to Cable Huston client Eugene Water & Electric Board (EWEB) on a recent victory before the Oregon Court of Appeals. The case involved a dispute between EWEB and a local property owner regarding the scope of EWEB’s rights to access the owner’s property in order to maintain a fish return channel located along the McKenzie River. The fish return channel is part of a system designed by EWEB to protect threatened salmon species and …

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