Join us for a presentation on the legal topics that directly affect the health of businesses in Oregon and SW Washington. Our experts will present on developments in employment and transactional law.
Stoel Rives attorneys Karen O’Connor and Missy Healy will present “Updates in OR Employment Law” followed by Steve Hull and Jim Kearney presenting “The Shift to Representation and Warranty Insurance in M&A.”
Karen O'Connor, Partner Stoel Rives LLP
Karen O’Connor is a partner in the Stoel Rives' Labor and Employment group and co-chair of the firm’s Consumer Products, Manufacturing and Transportation Industry group. Her practice includes counseling and litigation on complex employment issues including leave laws, workplace harassment and discrimination, discipline and documentation, and drug and alcohol issues.
Melissa Healy, Associate Stoel Rives LLP
Melissa Healy represents employers in all areas of labor and employment law. She frequently counsels clients on a wide range of labor and employment-related issues, conducts training for employees and management, and provides employment-related assistance in connection with corporate transactions. Melissa has a strong traditional labor background and regularly represents employers in discharge and contract interpretation arbitrations and before the National Labor Relations Board.
Steven Hull, Partner Stoel Rives LLP
Steven Hull is a partner of the firm’s Corporate group. For over two decades, he has helped public and private companies, investors, and individuals achieve their strategic business goals in various types of sophisticated corporate transactions. Steven is recognized in Chambers USA and Best Lawyers in America for his skill in mergers and acquisitions and corporate law
Jim Kearney, Partner Stoel Rives LLP
Jim Kearney is a partner in the Corporate group and chairs the firm’s Public Companies subgroup. Jim represents and advises public and private company clients on mergers and acquisitions, public and private debt and equity financings, corporate governance, federal and state securities regulation, periodic reporting to the Securities and Exchange Commission, general business transactions and general corporate matters.
- Instructional method: Group-Live
- Recommended CPE Credits: 1.5 in Business Law
- Experience Level: basic
- Prerequisites/advance preparation: none
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