Jordan Ramis PC - Attorneys at Law Established in 1963, we are an entrepreneurial law firm serving business and government throughout the Pacific Northwest. Articles written by attorneys at Jordan Ramis PC are featured here. Jordan Ramis PC en-us Tue, 13 Nov 2018 22:11:06 -0700 Tue, 13 Nov 2018 22:11:06 -0700 Women And Leadership 2: A Successful Jordan Ramis Event! We are thrilled to report that the 2nd Annual Jordan Ramis Women and Leadership event was a roaring success! Like last year’s event, it was an evening full of inspiration, motivation, education, and valuable networking for leaders and aspiring leaders alike. Ninth Circuit Concludes Ordinances Prohibiting Camping in Public Places Without Any Alternative for Shelter Unconstitutional The enforcement of the statute against homeless individuals with no reasonable or alternative access to shelter violated the Eighth Amendment’s prohibition against cruel and unusual punishment. The DJC's 2018 Women of Vision: Women Making Strides in the Built Industry The DJC’s Women of Vision is an educational and awards program aimed at supporting the women who are shaping our local design, engineering and construction industries with their leadership, mentoring efforts, community involvement and the promotion of industry diversity. WA Supreme Court Confirms Application Fees are Subject to LUPA and 21-day Appeal Period Washington Supreme Court affirms that application fees, required as part of any standard land use or building permit application, are subject to the Land Use Petition Act’s (“LUPA”) judicial review process and the 21-day deadline for appeal. No Construction Experience Required: A Team Builder Day with Habitat for Humanity Jordan Ramis staff, friends, and colleagues spend a day helping to rebuild a house with Habitat for Humanity. Hirst Decision Mere Docketing Alone Does Not Constitute Consideration by the Governing Body Is Using Others' Photos Copyright Infringement? Oregon Supreme Court Affirms Shorter Statute of Ultimate Repose for Spec Homes Termination for Convenience in Oregon