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Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Sad Cafe

The plaintiffs in the Arken and Robinson cases have been informed by the PERS Coalition that Judge Kantor has signed the final judgement and it has been entered into the Multnomah County Circuit Court. On Monday, the Coalition prepared for filing the Notice of Appeal to the Oregon Court of Appeals asking that Court to direct and certify the appeals directly to the Oregon Supreme Court. In the Robinson case, Judge Kantor has asked the attorney, Jim Coon, whether it is necessary to certify a class. Coon is reviewing that option. We should know relatively soon whether the Court of Appeals will direct the Arken case to the Supreme Court without the intervening stop. In the meantime, we can hurry up and wait a bit longer. The White case should be coming up for hearing soon.

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