Local Counsel in Portland, Oregon
Vangelisti Law Firm LLC is a leading plaintiffs' trial firm based in Portland, Oregon. Our attorney has represented clients in a variety of state and federal civil cases as local counsel. These matters range from products liability cases to wage class actions to intellectual property disputes.
Richard Vangelisti's credentials include:
- Two-year federal clerkship for Chief Judge.
- Previously practiced with Fulbright & Jaworski LLP and Stoel Rives LLP.
- AV Peer Review Rating, Super Lawyers, and The Best Lawyers in America.
- Past President of the Oregon Chapter of the Federal Bar Association.
- Past Lawyer Representative to the Ninth Circuit Judicial Conference.
- Judge James M. Burns Federal Practice Award.
- Past Chair, Oregon State Bar Professionalism Commission.
- Past Chair, Judicial Screening Committee of Mutlnomah County Bar.
- President (nominated) of the Multnomah County Bar.
For additional information, see Mr. Vangelisti's resume. Please contact him directly at 503.445.2101 to discuss the potential for association. The firm is located in downtown Portland near the federal and state courthouses:
Vangelisti Law Firm LLC
Bank of America Financial Center
121 SW Morrison Street
Portland, OR 97204
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by Richard J. Vangelisti
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Our attorney has served as local counsel in numberous cases including:
Malmquist v. Osseous Technologies of America, Inc., filed in the USDC for Oregon
(defense of alleged breach of contract)
Videx, Inc. v. TriTeq Lock and Security, LLC, et al., filed in the USDC for Oregon
(defense of patent infringement claims)
Too Marker Products, Inc., et al. v. Creation Supply, Inc., filed in the USDC of Oregon
(defense of trademark claims)
Jesse Corralez, et al v. Farrmers Insurance Exchange, et al., filed in the USDC for Oregon (overtime multidistrict ligitation; representing The Milner Class intervenors, comprising a class of workers from Minnesota)
Legal Aid Services of Oregon, et al. v. Legal Services Corporation, filed in the USDC for Oregon (constitutional legal challenge to federal reguations governing legal aid; representing Legal Services Corporation)
Sharon Steele v. Pergo, Inc., filed in the USDC for Oregon (product liability class action concerning flooring; representing plaintiff)
Jason Plant v. Sportsstuff, Inc. et al., filed in Circuit Court of Multnomah County, State of Oregon (product liability action concerning injury from recreational product; representing plaintiff)
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