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Month: January 2014

Filing a CCB Complaint

If you anticipate a dispute with your contractors, whether it's over work they've done or work they should have done better, you don't have to worry about a long, drawn out litigation process to voice those concerns. By filing a complaint with the Construction...

Avoiding Construction Liens

The construction business inherently involves a lot of uncertainty and trust. Just to get a job done you have to trust you've hired the right contractor, trust that contractor to hire the right subcontractors, and also trust that those subcontractors are doing...

I 502 Marijuana Law Series: Medical Marijuana

For the second entry in our I-502 Marijuana Law series we wanted to touch on the differences between medical marijuana sales and recreational sales in Washington, and the negative effect I-502 may have on medical marijuana businesses. If you missed it, check out our...

I 502 Marijuana Law Series: Zoning

Location, location, location. If you're thinking of opening any business, you'll likely begin by asking yourself "where?" For the first entry in our I-502 series, we'd like to shed a light on some of the zoning challenges the I-502 marijuana law poses for new...

Washington Marijuana Law (I-502) blog series

Marijuana will undoubtedly become a great new frontier for entrepreneurs if it continues to trend toward legalization in the United States. In Colorado, marijuana sales topped $5 Million in the first week sales became legal. Over the next few weeks we'll be rolling...

Elder Financial Abuse: On the Rise in Oregon

We've previously discussed Oregon's aggressive efforts to prevent elder abuse. Unfortunately despite those efforts, reports of elder abuse have continued to increase dramatically over the last few years. A recent study by the Oregon Office of Adult Abuse Prevention...

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