Katie Eichner

Phone

503.226.7677

Email

keichner@lindsayhart.com

Address

1300 SW 5th Ave
Suite 3400
Portland, OR 97201

Fax

503.226.7697

Katie Eichner is a Super Lawyer

Katie Eichner focuses her practice in the areas of medical malpractice and general litigation. While focusing on professional malpractice, Katie defends all types of civil litigation and has experience with employment discrimination, business disputes, personal injury defense, motor vehicle accidents, contract disputes, and even civil assault and battery. She has defended a varied number of tort claims on behalf of her clients, recently achieving a defense verdict in a medical malpractice trial.  Katie also has experience in creditor’s rights, including representing creditors in bankruptcy courts.

 

Katie began her practice at a large, Pacific Northwest regional law firm, where she specialized in creditors’ rights, bankruptcy and commercial litigation before joining Lindsay Hart in 2011.

 

Katie received her law degree from Stanford Law School in 2009. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Classics, with honors, from Stanford University. Katie is a member of the Oregon Bar Association. Katie serves on the Board of Directors of the Oregon Association of Defense Counsel.

 

Katie was selected by her peers to appear on the Oregon Super Lawyer list as a Rising Star every year from 2012 through 2017. This honor is only given to lawyers with outstanding professional achievements, who are under 40 and have been practicing under 10 years.

 

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Practice Areas

Education

  • J.D. – Stanford Law School
  • B.A. – Stanford University

Professional Associations

  • Oregon State Bar
  • U.S. District Court (Oregon)
  • U.S. Bankruptcy Court (Oregon)
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
  • Director, Board of Oregon Association of Defense Counsel

Presentations Given

  • OSHRM Annual Conference 2017 – Status of Negligent Credentialing
  • PLF Conference 2017 – More Trial Tactics
  • Defense Practice Academy 2017 – Dealing with Difficult Opposing Counsel; Billing Tips
  • PLF Conference 2016 – How we Decide: Tips for the Bench Moderator
  • PLF Conference 2015 – Causation in Legal Malpractice Cases


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