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May 2020 Archives

How breweries may need to adjust certain contracts going forward

Small businesses in Oregon and across the country are looking forward to reopening, and some will have to adjust to new operating standards and procedures in light of public safety. One important consideration is a potential adjustment to some contracts, particularly for small businesses such as breweries. As taprooms get ready to welcome customers again, there are specific legal issues that should addressed in order to avoid potential problems in the future.

Business formation with long-term success in mind

The decisions made during the initial stages of a business will have an impact for as long as the company operates. Business formation involves much more than just deciding to start a company and finding a commercial space or creating a business Facebook page. The business owner must determine the tax structure of the company, which affects tax obligations, personal liability and other aspects of operations.

Business litigation over raids conducted at Oregon hemp companies

A hemp business in Oregon has filed a lawsuit against two different counties over a raid on their company property and the handling of confiscated product. The company moved forward with business litigation because it claims police took legal hemp products and then destroyed them. The claim is seeking $2.5 million in damages and compensation.

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