"Production Minutes" Do Not Constitute "Piece Work" Under Washington’s Minimum Wage Law

On September 20, 2018, the Washington Supreme Court considered whether an employer’s payment plan that includes “production minutes” or actual clock time as an employee's metric, qualifies as a “piece-work plan” under Washington’s Minimum Wage Act…
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Property Tax Statements Require a Close Look This Year

Oregon's county assessors must send out property tax statements to all property taxpayers no later than October 25. If you run a business or own real property, you’ll be getting your statements soon. Over the next few weeks I’ll be covering many of…
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Tonkon Talks - Business Immigration for Startups

Join us for a lunchtime session with business immigration attorneys Alan Perkins, Turid Owren, Melany Savitt, and Melina LaMorticella as they cover immigration issues impacting startups, technology companies, and entrepreneurs.
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Tonkon Torp Attorneys Lead Education Meeting for Greater Portland Compliance Association

On September 20, attorneys from Tonkon Torp’s Financial Services & Investment Management and Corporate Finance & Transactions practice groups hosted CCO's from investment advisers and broker dealers for the Greater Portland Compliance Association…
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