Publications

"Reconsidering Medical Expense Write-offs Under White v. Jubitz," Oregon Association of Defense Counsel Newsletter 2016

Hillary A. Taylor

 

“Rating the Efficacy of Parental Release Forms,” Feature Article, The Verdict, OADC Magazine, Winter 2012

Jamie Valentine

 

"Oregon Welcomes New and Familiar Faces to its Appellate Courts," OADC Spring Newsletter 2011

Hillary A. Taylor

 

“Reliance is a Necessary Element of a Claim Under ORS 59.137,” Recent Case Notes, The Verdict, OADC Magazine, Spring 2011

Jamie Valentine

 

“Attorney Fee Award Doomed by Party’s Failure to Comply with Pleading Requirements in ORCP 68 C(2)(a),” Recent Case Notes, The Verdict, OADC Magazine, Spring 2011

Jamie Valentine

 

“‘Saving Statute’ ORS 12.220, Runs from Date of Trial Court Judgment, Not Appellate Judgment,” Recent Case Notes, The Verdict, OADC Magazine, Fall 2010

Jamie Valentine

 

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“Landlord Not Subject to Vicarious Liability for Subtenant’s Medical Malpractice,” Recent Case Notes, OADC Newsletter, Spring 2010

Jamie Valentine

 

“ORCP 58 Gives Plaintiff the Right to Rebuttal Closing Argument,” Recent Case Notes, OADC Newsletter, Spring 2010

Jamie Valentine

 

“Comparing Fault in Negligence Actions: Looking Back and Planning Forward,” OADC Newsletter, Winter 2010

Lindsey Hughes & Peter Eidenberg

 

Appellate Delay as Reversible Error, 44 Willamette L. Rev. 761 (2008)
Hillary Taylor

Lindsey Hughes & Peter Eidenberg

 

Seeking Best Practices of Intermediate Appellate Courts with Mandatory Jurisdiction: A Nascent Journey, 9 J. App. Prac. & Process 37 (2007)

Hillary Taylor, Co-Author

 

“New But Familiar Rules for Deciding Statutory Damages Limitations,” Oregon Association of Defense Counsel Newsletter, Winter 2007

Scott G. O’Donnell

 

"Seeking Best Practices Among Intermediate Courts of Appeal: A Nascent Journey," The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process, Vol. 9, No. 1, Spring 2007, Co-author

Hillary A. Taylor

 

Court of Appeals Upholds Statutory Cap on Noneconomic Damages in Wrongful Death Actions,” Oregon Association of Defense Counsel Newsletter

Peter O. Tuenge

 

“The Oregon Court of Appeals Holds Trial Courts Lack Authority to Exclude Demonstrative Exhibits Admitted into Evidence From the Jury’s Deliberations,” Oregon Association of Defense Counsel Newsletter

Peter O. Tuenge

 

Civil Pleading and Practice, 2006, Chapter 17: “Oregon Code Pleading,” Oregon State Bar CLE Publications

Lindsey H. Hughes

 

Talking With Treating Physicians After HIPAA,” Oregon Association of Defense Counsel Newsletter, Fall 2005

Scott G. O’Donnell

 

Torts, 2004, Chapter 31: “Statutes of Limitation; Statutes of Repose,” Oregon State Bar CLE Publications

Scott G. O’Donnell

 

Recent Continuing Education Presentations

Oregon Psychiatric Physicians Association Summer Conference, July 2017, “Oregon Caselaw Update."

Peter Eidenberg

 

Physicians Insurance Webinar, June 2017, “Litigating Sexual Abuse Claims Against Medical Providers: A Malpractice Defense Attorney's Perspective."

Peter Eidenberg

 

Moderator and Appellate Law Update, OSHRM Annual Conference, May 2017, “Lightning Round: Legal Roundtable"

Hillary A. Taylor

 

OSHRM Annual Conference, May 2017, “Litigating Sexual Abuse Claims Against Medical Providers: A Malpractice Defense Attorney's Perspective."

Peter Eidenberg

 

OADC Professional Liability Practice Group Meeting CLE Presentation, October 2016, “Navigating Disciplinary Proceedings before the Board and Bar

Molly K. Marcum

 

Oregon Society of Healthcare Risk Managers, May 2016, "Review of Recent Oregon Cases"

Lindsey H. Hughes

 

Keating Jones Hughes Client Seminar, May 2016, “Defending Health Regulatory Board Complaints

Molly K. Marcum

 

Oregon Association of Defense Counsel Fall Seminar, November 2012, 2014, 2015, "Appellate Update"

Lindsey H. Hughes

 

Professional Liability Fund, October 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, "Learning the Ropes, Motion Practice"

Lindsey H. Hughes

 

OSHRM Educational Meeting, July 2015, “Oregon Licensing Boards: Trends and Strategies

Molly K. Marcum

 

Professional Liability Fund, June 2015, "Service and Filing"

Lindsey H. Hughes

 

Coverys Risk Management Seminar, April 2015, "Liability in the Cyber Age:  Protecting Medical ID and Limiting Exposures"

Lindsey H. Hughes

 

Oregon State Bar Health Law Section, October 2012, 2014, "Review of Recent Healthcare Decisions"

Lindsey H. Hughes

 

Professional Liability Fund, August 2013, "Covered Parties in Crisis:  Ethical and Practical Issues"

Lindsey H. Hughes

 

OADC Annual Convention, June 2013, "Clients Want Effective Liability Disclaimers and Waivers"

Jamie E. Valentine

 

University of Portland, March 2013, "Legal Issues in Nursing Healthcare"

Lindsey H. Hughes

 

Oregon Law Institute, December 2012, "Trying a Medical Negligence Case: Tips from the Masters"

Lindsey H. Hughes

 

OSHRM Conference, March 2012, “Responding to Data Breaches and OCR Investigations

Molly K. Marcum

 

OADC Annual Convention, June 2012, Presenter- "Use of Pleadings at Trial"

Jamie E. Valentine

 

Keating Jones Hughes Client Seminar, February 2012, “Health Professional Regulatory Boards: Tracking Trends and Avoiding Perils

Molly K. Marcum

 

Keating Jones Hughes Client Seminar, June 2010, “Oregon Healthcare Regulatory Boards

Molly K. Marcum

 

OADC Fall Seminar, November 2008, “Appellate Law Update

Peter O. Tuenge

 

Statutory Limitations and Constitutional Attacks

Lindsey H. Hughes

 

Maximizing and Minimizing Damages in the Personal Injury Context

Steven P. Jones 

 

Professional Liability Fund, Learning the Ropes, annual presentation 2008-2017, “Civil Motion Practice”

Lindsey H. Hughes

Peter Eidenberg

 

Oregon Law Institute, May 9, 2008, Make or Break Medical Issues in Litigation “Limitations on Recovery of Medical Expenses at Trial”

Lindsey H. Hughes

 

Interviewing Treating Physicians

Robert M. Keating

 

OADC Annual Convention, June 2007, “Discovery after HIPAA

Scott G. O’Donnell

 

Keating Jones Hughes Client Seminar, May 2007, “Protecting Peer Review Protections

Molly K. Marcum

 

For over thirty years our lawyers have had a principal role in shaping Oregon law regarding the provision of healthcare and the reach of professional liability