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May 6th, 2016

Oregon High Court Upholds Statutory Damages Limit in Suits Naming State, State Employees as Defendants

Earlier this month, the Oregon Supreme Court voted 5-2 to uphold a $3 million statutory limit on tort awards in lawsuits against the state or its employees. The Court’s well-reasoned opinion overrules prior bad precedent which was not grounded in history or a proper reading of the law. . . . → Read More: Oregon High Court Upholds Statutory Damages Limit in Suits Naming State, State Employees as Defendants

July 13th, 2012

Deaf, Dumb & Blind?

An Oregon mother is seeking more than $9 million in a lawsuit targeting pop idol Justin Bieber, a concert promoter, and an arena owner, claiming she suffered significant and permanent hearing loss as a result of tweeny-bopper screams during a 2010 concert . . . → Read More: Deaf, Dumb & Blind?