Category Archive: Legal Resources

  1. Suing an Oregon Attorney – Statutes of Limitations

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    Every claim in Oregon has time limitations. When a claim is not filed on time, it is lost forever. This article summarizes some of the statutes of limitations for claims against civil lawyers (not criminal lawyers).

    WARNING AND DISCLAIMER: Hire a lawyer. This article is no substitute. It skims the surface. Plus, everyone’s situation differs, including claims for minors or elders.

     

    What’s the statute of limitations for legal malpractice in Oregon?

    Oregon clients must sue their attorneys within two years from “discovery” of the claim.

    What does “Discovery” of a claim mean? Continue Reading

  2. Suing an Oregon Attorney for Fraud

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    Oregonians may sue their attorneys for fraud just the same as we can sue others for fraud.

    WARNING AND DISCLAIMER: Hire a lawyer. This article is no substitute, and everyone’s situation differs.

    What do I have to prove to win a fraud lawsuit against my Oregon attorney? Continue Reading

  3. EEOC Resolutions Last Quarter

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    Threatening women not to get pregnant; “maximize longevity” as an excuse to prefer younger applicants; and who paid $9.8 million because it required “no restrictions” before allowing workers back from medical leave?  These were among the 26 resolutions announced last quarter by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).  I summarize them below. Continue Reading