Obie the Dog

Lindsay Hart secures a favorable outcome for Nora Vanatta and Obie the Dog   In October of 2012, Lindsay Hart attorney, James McCurdy, took on an animal ownership case involving a 77-pound, rescued Dachshund named Obie. Obie’s original owners- suffering from poor health themselves- loved Obie with food but gave him up once they realized […]

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Portland Passes Sick Leave Ordinance

On March 13, 2013, the Portland City Council voted unanimously to approve an ordinance requiring many Portland employers to offer workers sick leave. Sick pay is not currently a required benefit under Oregon law. The new policy applies to businesses with 6 employees or more, smaller companies may offer unpaid leave. Employees can earn one […]

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ACS Event Recap

On January 17, Lindsay Hart hosted the Oregon Chapter of the American Constitution Society’s annual Winter Social. The newest member of the Oregon Supreme Court, the Hon. Richard C. Baldwin, spoke at the event, providing those gathered with wonderful insight into his first couple of weeks on the Court. Also in attendance were former Justice […]

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Michael Estok article published in ‘The Verdict’

“Strategies for Opposing Requests for Admission” by Michael Estok was published in the recent issue of the Oregon Association of Defense Counsel’s publication, The Verdict. To view the article, please visit: “Strategies for Opposing Requests for Admission”  

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Lindsay Hart Alumni Elected OSB President

Michael Haglund elected 2013 Oregon State Bar President Michael Haglund, a Lindsay Hart alum, was elected President of the Oregon State Bar for 2013. Mike started as an associate attorney at Lindsay Hart in 1977 after a summer clerkship during law school. He was with the firm 11 years, becoming partner in 1982. Cliff Collins […]

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