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Oregon Supreme Court Says an Insurer’s Duty to Defend Cannot be Contracted Away. Tuesday April 13, 2021 By: Josh Hayward
, , Can a School District Escape Liability for a Student’s Death? Tuesday March 30, 2021 By: Thomas McCurdy
, , ZOMBIE LAW – Who Can Sue for Tortious Interference With a Dead Body? Tuesday March 30, 2021 By: Gordon Klug
Don’t Have the Evidence? What Happens if You Pretend To? Monday March 22, 2021 By: Jeff Eberhard
, Killed While Committing a Felony – What Proof is Required to Escape a Wrongful Death Suit? Wednesday March 17, 2021 By: Thomas McCurdy
Sticker Shock – Did a Typo Cost Toyota $36,000 for Violating Washington’s Consumer Protection Act? Wednesday March 10, 2021 By: Kyle Riley
Oregon Court of Appeals Doubles Down on Double Damages Under Timber Trespass Statute Thursday March 4, 2021 By: Ryan McLellan
, Too Emotionally Distressed to File a Claim for Emotional Distress? Don’t Worry You May Still Have Time Monday February 22, 2021 By: Melanie Rose
, Oregon Supreme Court Limits the Impact of an Offer to Allow Judgment Thursday February 11, 2021 By: Jeff Eberhard
, Texting While Driving? Not Relevant! Wednesday February 10, 2021 By: Cliff Wilson
, , Once Again, Oregon Court Holds Foreseeable Harm Must be Broadly Construed Wednesday January 27, 2021 By: William Taaffe
, , Is a Bicyclist a Pedestrian? The Washington Supreme Court Says Yes Wednesday January 20, 2021 By: Josh Hayward
, Qualified for Recreational Use Immunity? You May Still be Liable Thursday January 7, 2021 By: Firm Authorship
Steering Wheel , , UIM Benefits for Non-Relative Passenger? Denied! Wednesday December 30, 2020 By: Cliff Wilson
“Cancel Culture” – Not in Oregon! At Least When it Comes to Insurance Policies: Two Insurance Companies Fined Wednesday December 16, 2020 By: Jeff Eberhard
Safe Harbor Letter , , Washington’s Made Whole Doctrine Majorly Expanded Wednesday December 9, 2020 By: Josh Hayward