Articles Tagged with Attorneys fees

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From OSB: Oregon Attorney Fee Codebook and Compilation, Vols. 1 and 2

Oregon Attorney Fee Codebook, 2014 Edition

This handy spiral -bound volume includes Oregon Rules of Civil Procedure, Uniform Trial Court Rules, and Oregon Revised Statutes that govern attorney fees. The relevant ORS provisions are pulled from each of the 17 volumes of the statutes ….”

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From OSB Legal Publications blog:

Available Now for Pre-order: Oregon Attorney Fee Codebook and Compilation, Vols. 1 and 2This two volume set will include Oregon Attorney Fee Codebook and Oregon Attorney Fee Compilation. Don’t miss out on the preorder discount. Order your copies today by visiting our online bookstore. You may also contact our order desk at (503) 431-6413, or toll-free in Oregon, 1-800-452-8260. Pre-order discount ends December 1, 2014.”

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Quotation of the week:

Clackamas County Commissioner Smith: “You can’t even burp at a lawyer for $1,500,” in “County board wrestles with legal funding,” 20 August 2014, by Shasta Kearns Moore, Portland Tribune (appears in the 8/26/14, print edition)

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Fee Arbitration and Fee Mediation Program:

“The Oregon State Bar’s Fee Arbitration Program is program for resolving fee disputes between an Oregon attorney and a client, between Oregon clients with out-of-state attorneys, or between Oregon attorneys. All parties must voluntarily agree to participate.

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Read Jim Calloway’s law practice tip at his blog post, Fee Agreements for Lawyers, which links to an Attorney at Work blog post, Fee Tale: This Is Not Your Father’s Engagement Agreement.

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Oregon State Bar (OSB) recently updated their Economic Survey, which includes current (2012) hourly rates for attorneys in Oregon (in addition to many other measures, compensation, job satisfaction, etc.)

Right now, link from the OSB homepage, to this 2012 Survey link.

You can also find and download surveys and other publications at the OSB Surveys, Reports & Research webpages.

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When researching Oregon attorney fee issues, these are useful (outdated, but still helpful) supplements to your primary and current law research:

1) OLI CLE course book, “Effective Litigation of Attorney Fee Claims and Defenses,” April 1, 2005

2) OLI CLE course book, “Successful Prosecution and Defense of Claims for Attorney Fees,” April 25, 2003

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Craig Colby v. Karen Gunson, State Medical Examiner (SC S057691) (August 26, 2010)

Excerpt (from August 26, 2010, OJD Media Release):

On review from the Court of Appeals in an appeal from the Marion County Circuit Court, Albin W. Norblad, Judge. 229 Or App 167, 210 P3d 917 (2009).