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Client Collaborations

All Representative Cases

Securities & Corporate Governance Litigation

Represented a financial institution in a putative class action in state court asserting claims for breach of contract and violations of Oregon’s Unlawful Trade Practices Act, prevailing on motion to dismiss.

Trials & Arbitration

Represented real estate owner in purchase and sale dispute trial involving $11 million dollar asset.

Class Action Litigation

Represented national trading card seller in a putative class action in federal court asserting claims for violations of Oregon’s Unlawful Trade Practices Act, prevailing on motion to dismiss.

Class Action Litigation

Represented a software company in a putative class action in federal court asserting claims under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.

Pro Bono Service

Represented Transgender Law Center and other nonprofit organizations in connection with filing amicus brief with Oregon Court of Appeals in support of appeal defending the rights of nonbinary Oregonians.

Prior to Joining Miller Nash LLP

Represented employer in a nondischargeability lawsuit against a former employee who fraudulently obtained workers’ compensation benefits. The court granted a motion for summary judgment and declared the debt nondischargeable.

Prior to Joining Miller Nash LLP

Obtained an order of dismissal in a chapter 11 case based on the debtor’s lack of corporate authority to file a bankruptcy petition.

Prior to Joining Miller Nash LLP

Represented landlord in chapter 11 bankruptcy proceeding. Obtained an order granting relief from the automatic stay to allow client to exercise state law remedies. Assisted client in negotiations with debtor and related interested parties.

Prior to Joining Miller Nash LLP

Represented creditor in the investigation of undisclosed assets of individual chapter 11 debtor. Conducted a Bankruptcy Rule 2004 examination leading to the discovery of potential estate assets and later moved to convert the case to chapter 7. After conversion of the case to chapter 7, the United States Trustee brought an adversary proceeding leading to the denial of the debtor’s discharge.

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