Published on:

Oregon and the Economic Loss Doctrine

By

The Oregon Business Litigation Blog posts about the Loosli case (A130044):

Excerpt: “Today the Oregon Court of Appeals issued an en banc opinion further refining the economic loss doctrine, finding no liability when a local government makes statements to a private individual that turn out to be wrong.

In Loosli v. City of Salem, plaintiffs sought to open an auto dealership in Salem, and to that end applied for a state-mandated vehicle dealer certificate….”

Full post here.

Many years ago, before the web, I talked to a couple of fellow law librarians about their interest in editing a reference book on legal doctrines. Nowadays, one would create a wiki, which would make the final product somewhat (!) less authoritative, but interesting nonetheless. Maybe, maybe ….

By
Posted in:
Published on:
Updated:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *