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Oregon’s cap on non-economic damages ruled unconstitutional in some cases
The law isn’t static. New caselaw in the trial and appellate courts constantly changes the legal landscape. As a litigation firm, WLG both closely follows those changes and, through its client advocacy, takes an active part in shaping them.
This section takes a look at some notable cases in the areas of personal injury/insurance law, environmental law, election law, and general litigation.
Personal Injury and Insurance Law
Court of Appeals grants WLG’s motion to dismiss appeal for lack of jurisdiction
Historic review board must adopt findings regarding refusal to consent to landmark designation
WLG defends voter access to the ballot
Court rejects attempt to stifle public vote on urban renewal spending
Court grants preliminary injunction against clearcutting at Walton Lake; Forest Service cancels old growth logging plans