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OREGON BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT

 

DIVISION 630

OREGON LOW INCOME COMMUNITYJOBS INITIATIVE

123-630-0000

Purpose

This division of administrative rules specifies procedures and criteria necessary to administer processes under the Oregon Low Income Community Jobs Initiative for the certification of a qualified equity investment in order to receive a credit allowance for taxes otherwise due under ORS Chapter 316, 317 or 318.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 285C.650-285C.656, 315.526 – 315.536
Stats. Implemented: ORS 285C.650-285C.656, 315.526 – 315.536
Hist.: OBDD 9-2012, f. & cert. ef. 6-1-12, OBDD 9-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 10-15-13 thru 4-11-14; OBDD 6-2014, f. & cert. ef. 4-1-14

123-630-0010

Definitions

For the purposes of this division of administrative rules, additional definitions are found in Procedural Rules, OAR chapter 123-001. As used in OAR chapter 123 division 630 the following terms have the meanings set forth below and in ORS 285C.650-285C.656 and ORS 315.526-315.536, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise.

(1) “Applicable percentage” means zero percent for each of the first two credit allowance dates, seven percent for the third credit allowance date and eight percent for the next four credit allowance dates.

(2) “Credit allowance date” means, with respect to any qualified equity investment:

(a) The date on which the investment is initially made; and

(b) Each of the six yearly anniversary dates after that initial date.

(3) “Long-term debt security” means any debt instrument issued by a qualified community development entity, at par value or at a premium, with an original maturity date of at least seven years from the date of its issuance, with no acceleration of repayment, amortization or prepayment features prior to its original maturity date.

(4) “Purchase price” means the amount of cash paid to a qualified community development entity for a qualified equity investment.

(5) “Qualified active low-income community business” has the meaning given that term in section 45D of the Internal Revenue Code and the rules and regulations adopted pursuant thereto. “Qualified active low-income community business” does not include, a business that derives or projects to derive 15 percent or more of its annual revenue from the rental or sale of real estate, unless the business is controlled by, or under common control with, another business that:

(a) Does not derive or project to derive 15 percent or more of its annual gross revenues from the rental or sale of real estate; and

(b) Is the primary tenant of real estate leased from the controlled business.

(6) “Qualified community development entity” has the meaning given that term in section 45D of the Internal Revenue Code, provided that the entity has entered into, or is controlled by an entity that has entered into, an allocation agreement with the Community Development Financial Institutions Fund of the United States Department of the Treasury with respect to credits authorized by section 45D of the Internal Revenue Code, and the State of Oregon is included within the service area set forth in the allocation agreement.

(7) “Qualified equity investment” means any equity investment in, or long-term debt security issued by, a qualified community development entity, that:

(a) Is acquired at its original issuance solely in exchange for cash after July 1, 2012, unless it was a qualified equity investment in the hands of a prior holder; and

(b) Within 12 months of its issuance substantially all of its cash purchase price is used by the issuer to make qualified low-income community investments in qualified active low-income community businesses located in this state and thereafter over the term of the qualified equity investment no less than 85 percent of its cash purchase price is used by the issuer to make qualified low-income community investments in qualified active low-income community businesses located in this state. All reinvestments must be made in this state.

(8) “Qualified low-income community investment” means any capital or equity investment in, or loan to, any qualified active low-income community business made after July 1, 2012.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 315.526 – 315.536
Stats. Implemented: ORS 315.526 – 315.536
Hist.: OBDD 9-2012, f. & cert. ef. 6-1-12; OBDD 9-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 10-15-13 thru 4-11-14; OBDD 6-2014, f. & cert. ef. 4-1-14

123-630-0020

Credit Allowance

(1) A person or entity that makes a qualified equity investment shall, at the time of investment, earn a vested credit against the taxes otherwise due under ORS chapter 316, 317 or 318.

(2) The total amount of the tax credit available to a taxpayer under this section shall equal 39 percent of the purchase price of the qualified equity investment. The applicable percentage is zero percent for years 1 and 2, seven percent for year 3 and eight percent for years 4, 5, 6 and 7. A tax credit allowed under this section may not be sold or transferred, with the exception that tax credits that a partnership, limited liability company, S corporation or other pass-through entity is entitled to claim may be allocated to the partners, members or shareholders of the entity for their direct use in accordance with the provisions of any agreement among the partners, members or shareholders.

(3) The holder of a qualified equity investment or any partner, member or shareholder of such holder pursuant to subparagraph 2 above on a particular credit allowance date of the qualified equity investment may claim a portion of the tax credit against its tax liability for the tax year that includes the credit allowance date equal to the applicable percentage for that credit allowance date multiplied by the purchase price of the qualified equity investment.

(4) The credit allowed under this section may not exceed the tax liability of the taxpayer claiming the credit for the tax year in which the credit is claimed.

(5) For qualified low-income community investments made, any tax credit otherwise allowable under this section that is not used by the taxpayer in a particular tax year may be carried forward and offset against the taxpayer’s tax liability in any succeeding tax year. Any credit remaining in the next succeeding tax year may be carried forward and used in the second succeeding tax year. Any credit remaining unused in the second succeeding tax year may be carried forward and used in the third succeeding tax year. Any credit remaining unused in the third succeeding tax year may be carried forward and used in the fourth succeeding tax year. Any credit remaining unused in the fourth succeeding tax year may be carried forward and used in the fifth succeeding tax year, but may not be used in any tax year thereafter. For qualified low-income community investments made prior to January 1, 2014, any tax credit otherwise allowed under this section that is not used by the taxpayer in a particular tax year may be carried forward and offset against the taxpayer’s tax liability in any succeeding tax year.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 315.526 – 315.536
Stats. Implemented: ORS 315.526 – 315.536, ORS 316, 317 or 318
Hist.: OBDD 9-2012, f. & cert. ef. 6-1-12; OBDD 9-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 10-15-13 thru 4-11-14; OBDD 6-2014, f. & cert. ef. 4-1-14

123-630-0030

Eligibility

(1) The following conditions and/or criteria must exist for a taxpayer to be eligible for the credit:

(a) A qualified community development entity that issues a debt instrument may not make cash interest payments on the debt instrument during the period commencing with its issuance and ending on its final credit allowance date in excess of the sum of the cash interest payments and the cumulative operating income, as defined in the regulations promulgated under section 45D of the Internal Revenue Code, of the qualified community development entity for the same period. This limitation shall only apply to long-term debt securities issued by a qualified community development entity that are designated as qualified equity investments and shall not apply to other debt of the qualified community development entity. Neither this paragraph nor the definition of “long-term debt security” provided in ORS 315.529 in any way limits the holder’s ability to accelerate payments on the debt instrument in situations where the qualified community development entity has defaulted on covenants designed to ensure compliance with this section or section 45D of the Internal Revenue Code.

(b) A business is considered a qualified active low-income community business for the duration of a qualified community development entity’s investment in or loan to the business if it is reasonable to expect that at the time of the qualified community development entity’s investment in or loan to a qualified active low-income community business, the business will continue throughout the duration of the investment in or loan to the business.

(c) A qualified equity investment must be designated a qualified equity investment by the qualified community development entity and be certified by the department.

(d) Prior to January 1, 2014, the maximum amount of qualified low-income community investments made in a qualified active low-income community business, together with all of its affiliates, that may count towards the requirement that a qualified community development entity invest substantially all of the qualified equity investment required by OAR 123-630-0010(7)(b) in qualified active low-income community businesses in this state is $4 million, whether made by one or several qualified community development entities.

(e) The maximum amount of qualified low-income community investments made in a qualified active low-income community business, together with all of its affiliates, that may count towards the requirement that a qualified community development entity invest at least the percentage of the qualified equity investment required by OAR 123-630-0010(7)(b) in qualified active low-income community businesses in this state is $8 million, whether made by one or several qualified community development entities. New or revised projects summaries submitted by the community development entity on or after January 1, 2014, to demonstrate increased qualified low-income community investment must demonstrate that the new or expanded project is new and distinct from the original project to the extent of the increased qualified low-income community investment made on or after January 1, 2014. Project summaries received prior to January 1, 2014 will be considered under 123-630-0030(1)(d).

(f) A qualified equity investment must be made before July 1, 2016. Nothing in this paragraph precludes an entity that makes a qualified equity investment prior to July 1, 2016, from claiming a tax credit relating to that qualified equity investment for each applicable credit allowance date.

(g) No more than 40% of the total project costs that are paid for by the qualified low-income community investment may be for working capital, financing and other fees and other soft costs.

(2) A taxpayer claiming a credit may not claim any other credit under ORS 315 or 285C during the same tax year based on activities related to the same qualified active low-income community business.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 285C.650-285C.656, 315.526 – 315.536
Stats. Implemented: ORS 285C.650-285C.656, 315.526 – 315.536
Hist.: OBDD 9-2012, f. & cert. ef. 6-1-12; OBDD 9-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 10-15-13 thru 4-11-14; OBDD 6-2014, f. & cert. ef. 4-1-14

123-630-0040

Ineligible Activities

Not all projects or businesses will qualify for the Oregon Low Income Community Jobs Initiative. Example businesses that are ineligible include but are not limited to:

(1) Residential rental;

(2) Owner occupied housing;

(3) Farming operations;

(4) Private or commercial golf courses;

(5) Country clubs;

(6) Massage parlors;

(7) Hot tub facilities;

(8) Suntan facilities;

(9) Racetracks or other facilities used for gambling; and

(10) Any store of which the principal business is the sale of alcoholic beverages for consumption off premises.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 285C.650-285C.656, 315.526 – 315.536
Stats. Implemented: ORS 285C.650-285C.656, 315.526 – 315.536
Hist.: OBDD 9-2012, f. & cert. ef. 6-1-12; OBDD 9-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 10-15-13 thru 4-11-14; OBDD 6-2014, f. & cert. ef. 4-1-14

123-630-0050

Application and Fees

(1) An applicant seeking to have an equity investment or long-term debt security certified as a qualified equity investment and eligible for a tax credit under ORS 285C.650 and OAR 123-630-0080 must submit an application to the department on a form that the department provides. A complete application must include all of the following:

(a) The entity’s name, address, tax identification number and evidence of certification as a qualified community development entity.

(b) A copy of an allocation agreement executed by the entity, or its controlling entity, and the Community Development Financial Institutions Fund that includes the State of Oregon in its service area.

(c) A certificate executed by an executive officer of the entity attesting that the allocation agreement remains in effect and has not been revoked or canceled by the Community Development Financial Institutions Fund.

(d) A description of the proposed purchase price, structure and purchaser of the equity investment or long-term debt security.

(e) The name and tax identification number of any person eligible to claim a tax credit, under ORS 285C.650 – 285C.656, and 315.526 – 315.536, allowed as a result of the certification of the qualified equity investment.

(f) Information regarding the proposed use of proceeds from the issuance of the qualified equity investment on a form provided by the department. If the information described in the previous sentence is not submitted with the application, the applicant shall, at least 20 days prior to the date of the applicant proposes to make a qualified low-income community investment, submit to the department for review and approval of the qualified low-income community investment, an updated qualified low-income community investment certification on a form provided by the department. The information will include but is not limited to the following for each proposed qualified low-income community investment:

(A) Location;

(B) Sources and uses of funds;

(C) Impacts to communities;

(D) Revenues;

(E) Number of jobs created and/or retained; and

(F) Economic impacts

(g) A nonrefundable application fee of $20,000. This fee shall be paid to the department and shall be required for each application submitted.

(2) In addition to what is required by the application or in this division of administrative rules, the applicant will submit any information requested by the department for purposes of evaluating the application.

(3) A qualified community development entity submitting an application for certification of an additional equity investment or long-term debt security as a qualified equity investment and eligible for a tax credit under ORS 315.533, must demonstrate to the satisfaction of the department that all previous equity investments and long-term debt securities certified as qualified equity investments have been fully committed and used in compliance with the requirements of the Oregon Low Income Community Jobs Initiative.

(4) A qualified community development entity that is certified under ORS 285C.650 and OAR 123-630-0080 shall pay an annual evaluation fee of $1,000 to the department with the submission of each report described in 123-630-0070.

(5) Applications will be processed on a first come, first serve basis.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 285C.650 , 315.526 – 315.536
Stats. Implemented: ORS 285C.650 & 315.526 – 315.536
Hist.: OBDD 9-2012, f. & cert. ef. 6-1-12; OBDD 9-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 10-15-13 thru 4-11-14; OBDD 6-2014, f. & cert. ef. 4-1-14

123-630-0060

Preference

The department may give preference to applications for projects in traded sectors as identified by the Commission in the Strategic Plan and that demonstrates overall community benefit and have one or more of the following characteristics:

(1) Produce goods that directly reduce emissions of greenhouse gases or are designed as environmentally sensitive replacements for products in current use;

(2) Have a primary purpose of improving the environment or reducing emissions of greenhouse gases;

(3) Are operated by businesses with 100 or fewer employees;

(4) Are located in rural or distressed areas of the state;

(5) Employ displaced workers in the area;

(6) Assist in the economic diversification of the area;

(7) Contain a significant amount of owner equity capital. At least ten percent of the project costs for established companies and 30 percent of project costs for start-ups should come from equity or subordinated loans from the owners;

(8) Encourage the flow of capital from outside the local area; or

(9) Do not cause adverse competitive disadvantages to existing businesses.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 285C.650 , 315.526 – 315.536
Stats. Implemented: ORS 285C.650 & 315.526 – 315.536
Hist.: OBDD 9-2012, f. & cert. ef. 6-1-12; OBDD 6-2014, f. & cert. ef. 4-1-14

123-630-0070

Reporting Requirements

(1) The qualified community development entity will submit a report by the first anniversary of the initial credit allowance date that provides proof that substantially all of the cash purchase price of its qualified equity investment was used to make qualified low-income community investments in qualified active low-income community businesses located in this state.

(2) Thereafter, the qualified community development entity will submit an annual report within 45 days of the beginning of the state’s fiscal year during the compliance period on a form provided by the department. No annual report shall be due prior to the first anniversary of the initial credit allowance date. The form shall be remitted to the department both in electronic and hard copy formats. The information provided in an annual report will be submitted by the department to the Oregon Department of Administrative Services no later than September 30 following submission of the report and will be posted on the Oregon transparency website no later than December 31 of the same year. The report will include but is not limited to the following:

(a) Number of employment positions created and retained as a result of qualified low-income community investments;

(b) Annual salary of each position described in subparagraph (a) of this paragraph; and

(c) Number of positions described in subparagraph (a) of this paragraph that provide health benefits as described in ORS 743.730.

(d) Proof that substantially all of the cash purchase price of the qualified equity investment continues to be used to make qualified low-income community investments in qualified active low-income community businesses located in this state.

(e) The costs and expenses of making the qualified low-income community investment, including but not limited to fees paid for professional services, including legal and accounting services, related to the formation of operating entities; and

(f) Information with respect to the qualified equity investments made for the purpose of making qualified low-income community investments in Oregon that would be reported as part of the institution level report and transaction level reports submitted by qualified community development entities pursuant to section 45D of the Internal Revenue Code.

(3) The qualified community development entity will submit a report, in a format acceptable to the department, within 5 business days of each qualified low-income community investment made in a qualified low-income community business located in this state. The report will include, but is not limited to, the amount of the investment and the date on which the investment was made to the qualified active low-income community business and will be accompanied by documentation satisfactory to the department regarding the investment.

(4) The qualified community development entity will submit a quarterly report that provides proof that each qualified low-income community investment continues to be invested in qualified active low-income community businesses located in this state. The report will include, but is not limited to, the amount of the original investment, the date on which the original investment was made to the qualified active low-income community business, the current balance of the investment in the qualified active low-income community business, and any reinvestment of capital returned to or recovered from the original investment, exclusive of any profits realized (together with the same type of information regarding said investment as was reported regarding the original investment).

Stat. Auth.: ORS 285C.650 , 315.526 – 315.536
Stats. Implemented: ORS 285C.650 & 315.526 – 315.536
Hist.: OBDD 9-2012, f. & cert. ef. 6-1-12; OBDD 9-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 10-15-13 thru 4-11-14; OBDD 6-2014, f. & cert. ef. 4-1-14

123-630-0080

Certification

(1) Within 15 days after having received a complete application, the department will grant or deny the application in full or in part and notify the applicant of the decision.

(2) If the application is deemed complete, the department will certify the proposed equity investment or long-term debt security as a qualified equity investment and eligible for a tax credit under ORS 285C.650 and this rule, and subject to the limitations stated in applicable statues and these rules. The department shall provide written notice of the certification to the qualified community development entity. The notice shall include the names of those taxpayers who are eligible to utilize the credits and their respective credit amounts. If the names of the persons or entities that are eligible to utilize the credits change due to a transfer of a qualified equity investment or a change in an allocation pursuant to OAR 123-630-0020(2), the qualified community development entity shall notify the department of the change.

(3)(a) Except as otherwise provided in paragraph (b) below, within 60 days after receiving notice of certification, the qualified community development entity shall issue the qualified equity investment and receive cash in the amount of the certified purchase price. The qualified community development entity must provide the department with evidence of the receipt of the cash investment within 10 business days after receipt. If the qualified community development entity does not receive the cash investment and issue the qualified equity investment on or before the 60th day following receipt of the certification notice, the certification shall lapse and the entity may not issue the qualified equity investment without reapplying to the department for certification. A certification that lapses reverts to the department and may be reissued only in accordance with the application process outlined in this section.

(b) For a qualified equity investment described in ORS 285C.653(2), a qualified community development entity shall issue the qualified equity investment during the period beginning July 1, 2012, and ending 60 days after receiving notice of certification, If the qualified equity investment is issued prior to the submission of an application for certification under the applicable statutes and rules, the qualified community development entity must provide the department with evidence of the qualified equity investment and of receipt of the cash investment at the time of application for certification.

(4) The department shall certify qualified equity investments in the order applications are received by the department. Applications received on the same day shall be deemed to have been received simultaneously. For applications received on the same day and deemed complete, the department shall certify, consistent with remaining tax credit capacity, qualified equity investments in proportionate percentages based upon the ratio of the amount of qualified equity investment requested in an application to the total amount of qualified equity investments requested in all applications received on the same day. Applications for certification under ORS 285C.653(2) and OAR 123-630-0090(2) submitted without complete project summaries commensurate with the amount of certification applied for, may be reduced at the sole discretion of the department. Applications must demonstrate the ability to identify projects described in ORS 285C.653(2) and OAR 123-630-0090(2), and failure to identify projects described in ORS 285C.653(2) and OAR 123-630-0090(2) may additionally result in a reduction of the certification. If a pending request cannot be fully certified because of the limitations in the applicable statutes and 123-630-0090, the department shall certify the portion that may be certified unless the qualified community development entity elects to withdraw its request rather than receive partial credit.

(5) If the department denies any part of the application, the notification to the applicant will include the grounds for denial. The applicant will have 15 days of receipt of the notification to provide additional information to mediate the denial. Within 15 days after the department receives any such additional information, the department will reconsider the application. If the department grants the application upon reconsideration, the approval will be effective as of the original date of submission. If the applicant fails to provide additional information within 15 days of receipt of the denial, the application remains denied.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 285C.650 , 315.526 – 315.536
Stats. Implemented: ORS 285C.650 & 315.526 – 315.536
Hist.: OBDD 9-2012, f. & cert. ef. 6-1-12: OBDD 9-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 10-15-13 thru 4-11-14; OBDD 6-2014, f. & cert. ef. 4-1-14

123-630-0090

Limitations for Certification

(1) Once the department has certified a cumulative amount of qualified equity investments that can result in the utilization of $16 million of tax credits in any tax year, the department may not certify any more qualified equity investments under ORS 285C.650 and OAR 123-630-0080. This limitation shall be based on the scheduled utilization of tax credits without regard to the potential for taxpayers to carry forward tax credits to later tax years.

(2) The department will reserve $30 million of qualified equity investment authority for qualified low-income community investments in qualified active low-income community businesses that:

(a) Have a primary purpose of improving the environment or reducing emissions of greenhouse gases; or

(b) Produce goods that directly reduce emissions of greenhouse gases or are designed as environmentally sensitive replacements for products in current use.

(3) The department will reserve $170 million of qualified equity investment authority for all other qualified active low-income community investments (which may include the types of investments described in ORS 285C.653(s) and OAR 123-630-0090(2)).

(4) All applications will indicate the amount of qualified equity investment authority sought by the applicant under OAR 123-630-0090(2) and 123-630-0090(3). The maximum amount of qualified equity investment authority for which an applicant may apply under 123-630-0090(2) is $30 million and under 123-630-0090(3) is $170 million.

(5) The department shall pre-screen a qualified community development entity’s proposed investment in a qualified active low-income community business for purposes of determining if the business satisfies the requirements of ORS 285C.653(2) and OAR123-630-0090(2). The department shall, not later than 15 business days after the date of receipt of all relevant documentation, determine whether the qualified active low-income community business satisfies the requirements of ORS 285C.653(2) and OAR 123-630-0090(2) and notify the qualified community development entity in writing of the determination and an explanation of its determination. If the department fails to notify the qualified community development entity with respect to the proposed investment within the period specified in this paragraph, the business in which the qualified community development entity proposes to invest is considered to satisfy the requirements of ORS 285C.653(2) and OAR 123-630-0090(2).

Stat. Auth.: ORS 285C.650 – 653, 315.526 – 315.536
Stats. Implemented: ORS 315.526 – 315.536
Hist.: OBDD 9-2012, f. & cert. ef. 6-1-12; OBDD 9-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 10-15-13 thru 4-11-14; OBDD 6-2014, f. & cert. ef. 4-1-14; OBDD 11-2014, f. 6-30-14, cert. ef. 7-1-14

123-630-0100

Recapture of Tax Credit

(1) The Department of Revenue may recapture any portion of a tax credit per ORS 285C.656 and ORS 315.533.

(2) The Department of Revenue may recapture any portion of a tax credit if the qualified community development entity applies for and receives qualified equity investment authority under ORS 285C.653(2) and OAR 123-630-0090(2) and fails to invest at least 85 percent of the cash purchase price of the QEI in qualified active low-income community businesses that satisfy the requirements of ORS 285C.653(2) and OAR 123-630-0090(2) within 12 months of the issuance of the qualified equity investment and maintain such level of investment in qualified active low-income community businesses satisfying such requirements until the last credit allowance date for such qualified equity investment.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 285C.656 & 315.526 – 315.536
Stats. Implemented: ORS 285C.656 & 315.526 – 315.536
Hist.: OBDD 9-2012, f. & cert. ef. 6-1-12; OBDD 9-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 10-15-13 thru 4-11-14; OBDD 6-2014, f. & cert. ef. 4-1-14; OBDD 11-2014, f. 6-30-14, cert. ef. 7-1-14

123-630-0110

Confidential Records

(1) Upon written request and within a reasonable time, the Director or his designee shall provide program records, for inspection in accordance with ORS Chapter 192.

(2) The person requesting records will be charged for preparing and mailing such records. Costs may include but not be limited to costs incurred in locating records, separating exempt and nonexempt records, having a custodian present during the inspection, preparing lists of data, making photocopies and telefaxing materials. Fees to be collected shall be set forth in the Department's schedule of fees and may be amended from time to time as the Department may determine.

(3) Except as otherwise provided in ORS 192.410-192.595, records exempt from disclosure include but are not limited to:

(a) Reports and analyses of reports which bear on the Applicant's character, finances, management ability and reliability, and which were obtained in confidence from persons or firms not required by law to submit them and the Department has obliged itself in good faith not to disclose the information;

(b) Financial statements, tax returns, business records, employment history and other personal data submitted by or for Applicants, or analysis of such data;

(c) Intra-departmental advisory memoranda preliminary to a decision;

(d) Formulas, plans, designs and related information that constitute trade secrets under ORS 192;

(e) Personal financial statement;

(f) Financial statements of Applicants;

(g) Customer lists;

(h) Information of an Applicant pertaining to litigation to which the Applicant is a party if the complaint has been filed, or if the complaint has not been filed, if the Applicant shows that such litigation is reasonably likely to occur. This exemption does not apply to conclude litigation and nothing in this section shall limit any right or opportunity granted by law to a party involved in litigation;

(i) Production, sales or cost data; and

(j) Marketing strategy information that relates to an Applicant's plan to address specific markets and Applicant's strategy regarding specific competitors.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 285A.075, 192, 285C.656 & 315.526 – 315.536
Stats. Implemented: ORS 192, 285C.656 & 315.526 – 315.536
Hist.: OBDD 6-2014, f. & cert. ef. 4-1-14

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