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Friday, January 15, 2010

Concrete and Barbed Wire

A trip to Salem across the concrete and near the barbed wire seems to be in order. The Oregon Court of Appeals has set the date for oral arguments in the Arken et al litigation for 1:30 on Wednesday March 3, 2010. I don't know the location of the hearing (note to self: probably the Oregon Court of Appeals in Salem). According to what I've heard, this will be a very short hearing and will focus almost exclusively on legal issues. I'm not sure I'll drive all the way to Salem for a half hour hearing, but those of you living in the area might want to attend. It will be interesting to see who presides over this appeal.

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