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Month: September 2010

Residential Construction Defect Law: A Primer (Part 1 of 4)

  A home is generally one's most significant and valuable financial (and emotional) investment. It is so much more than bricks and mortar; it is the place where we live, learn, and raise our families. Unfortunately, hundreds of thousands of unsuspecting...

Portland Real Estate Law: Loan Modification Help

Modifying a home loan through a bank can be a Herculean task. Contrary to popular belief, modification of loans is not a brand new industry spawned by the mortgage crisis in late 2008. Many lawyers have been assisting business and individual clients in loan workouts...

Portland Business Law: The Unsung Paralegal

If you think an attorney has a head full of important legal knowledge, you should meet our paralegal, Shelly Galbreth. She aids in many aspects of construction and other business litigation as well as other matters such as court filings, and document preparation...oh,...

Portland Business Law: Beyond the Billable Hour

We've had a fairly decent track record of introducing our clients to funding sources. It didn't take long after starting that Bill began seeking out alternative funding sources. Being respectively too conservative and too expensive, banks...

Real Estate Litigation: The Re-Emergence of Lender Liability

As a rule, economic crises generate whole new areas of litigation—particularly real estate litigation.  In some cases, a crisis can revive an area of law that rested dormant for decades.  Commentators are starting to point to the re-emergence of lender...

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