Stephen DuMerton is running into headaches developing lots he's purchased in a Treasure Valley subdivision.
The lots were mothballed by the previous developer during the economic downturn, and DuMerton, senior vice president of construction for Building Resources, Inc., hopes to complete the project. But ambiguities between the subdivision’s CC&Rs and the articles of incorporation sometimes put ...
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This past August marked the second anniversary of the implementation of the Securities and Exchange Commission whistleblower program. At the time of its inception, the whistleblower program attracted attention from the business and legal communities, promising to entice potential whistleblowers with significant awards, while also offering protection to whistleblowers against employer retaliation. Although recent signals [...]
I recently took advantage of an opportunity to move from the corporate world into academia. I’m now part of the team at the University of Portland’s Shiley School of Engineering working to educate engineers for the 21st century. While a large part of this education remains broad, technical knowledge in math, science and engineering, there [...]