John graduated from the University of Chicago Law School with Honors in 1998. While... more
John graduated from the University of Chicago Law School with Honors in 1998. While at the University of Chicago, he was a member of the University of Chicago Law Review and wrote a note for the University of Chicago Legal Forum entitled "Genetics and Justice: An Indigent Defendant's Right to DNA Expert Assistance." After graduation, John served for one year as a law clerk for Judge Ed Carnes, ... view profile
Kristen West McCall is an active member of the Multnomah Bar and Oregon State Bar... more
Kristen West McCall is an active member of the Multnomah Bar and Oregon State Bar Association, where she serves on the board that writes and reviews the Civil Uniform Code of Jury Instructions. She is a Guardian member of the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association, a member of the nationally acclaimed American Association for Justice and the National Lawyers Guild. Before joining Pickett Dummigan LLP... view profile
David specializes in complex business and commercial litigation in federal and state... more
David specializes in complex business and commercial litigation in federal and state courts. His practice is broad-based, and includes multiparty, multi-forum litigation that often involves a multiplicity of individual actions arising out of the same conduct. He has handled cases involving construction defect, business torts, products liability, premise liability, professional negligence, envir... view profile
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