Creekside Golf Course Case Update: Oregon Court of Appeals Affirms Trial Court Judgement

The Oregon Court of Appeals affirmed the trial court judgment confirming the owners of the Creekside Golf Course expressly retained the right under the recorded covenants, conditions, and restrictions to “modify, expand, contract, discontinue, convert, transfer, or sell the golf course or related facilities.”  The Court of Appeals further affirmed the award of attorney fees

Saalfeld Griggs PC Attorneys Paul Sundermier and Jennifer Paul to Present at the Seminar Group’s Eminent Domain Conference

By Jennifer Paul, Partner in the Condemnation & Unconstitutional Takings Practice Group Saalfeld Griggs PC is pleased to announce that its condemnation team of attorneys, Paul Sundermier and Jennifer Paul, will be co-chairing and presenting at the Seminar Group’s Eminent Domain—Current Developments in Condemnation, Valuation and Challenges conference on June 3 & 4, 2021. This seminar

Paycheck Protection Program Guidance Now Released

By Caleb Williams, Business & Taxation Attorney, and Erich Paetsch, Creditor’s Rights & Bankruptcy and Litigation Attorney The US Treasury in coordination with the US Small Business Administration just released its initial guidance for borrowers and lenders on the Paycheck Protection Program loans authorized by the CARES Act. The guidance includes important information for small

Oregon DCBS Issues Guidance to In-State Lenders in Response to COVID-19

By Joshua D. Feil, Attorney in the Litigation Practice Group On March 20, 2020, the Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services (“DCBS”) published Bulletin No. DFR 2020-07 (the “Bulletin”) to provide guidance to Oregon-regulated lenders and loan servicers in extending help to borrowers struggling through the COVID-19 pandemic. Recognizing the difficulty that many Oregon businesses and