Lane Powell Attorneys Pilar French and Lisa Poplawski each authored separate chapters in the Oregon State Bar’s 2014 Oregon Statutory Time Limitations legal guide. French authored the “Residential Trust Deeds and Mortgages; Foreclosure” chapter, which explains the differences between mortgages and trust deeds in relation to property foreclosures. The chapter also details the requirements of the trust deed holder during the foreclosure process including Oregon’s new mandatory mediation process. Poplawski co-authored the “Business Organizations” chapter, which covers different types of business entities including LLCs, LPs and nonprofit corporations, as well as the various requirements that each type of organization must fulfill to do business in Oregon. The Oregon Statutory Time Limitations handbook is a quadrennially-published reference guide covering statutes, cases and procedural rules that affect the practice of law in Oregon.
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