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Daunte Wright case: How seemingly minor traffic stops can turn deadly

The trial of former Brooklyn Center, Minnesota officer Kim Potter in the fatal shooting of Daunte Wright has cast a renewed spotlight on traffic stops, like the one at the center of the case, and their potential to escalate. Nationwide, police pull over more than 50,000 drivers on average each day, amounting to more than… Read More »

2021 Year-End Oregon Employment Law Update | Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

Now is the time for employers to ensure compliance with new employment-related laws enacted by the Oregon Legislature this year, including by updating employment handbooks and other relevant policies as necessary, and also by updating policies to adhere to changing employment best practices. See our previous blog post on the new changes to Oregon non-compete… Read More »

Heard/Depp Trial: 3 Lessons Learned For Your Family Law Case. | Dickinson Wright

For weeks we were intrigued by the news and headlines of the court proceedings involving the defamation action by Johnny Depp against his ex-wife Amber Heard. We watched their lives behind closed doors as a married couple play out to audiences everywhere. However, the lessons learned from that trial are not unique to celebrity couples.… Read More »