Jeff moved his practice to Lake Oswego in 2006. Since then, he and his team have helped numerous businesses and individuals navigate through turbulent legal waters. When the housing and banking crisis hit hard, Jeff was one of the few attorneys in Oregon who was willing to take on the complex defense litigation against the banks and mortgage servicers to help Oregon homeowners fight to save their homes from foreclosure. He has been instrumental in shaping Oregon foreclosure practice, most notably with successful appeals in US Bank vs. Vettrus, 285 Or App 629 (2017) and US Bank vs. McCoy, 290 Or App 525 (2018).
With the winding down of the foreclosure crisis, Jeff has redirected his focus to business and real estate matters. He particularly enjoys working with startup and emerging companies where he can use his knowledge and skills to assist new and burgeoning businesses to better control their legal expenses, allowing them to retain their hard-earned monies for reinvestment in their own growth.
Jeff Long has been one of Oregon’s most experienced trial attorneys for over 34 years. He has conducted over 100 jury trials and is admitted in both federal and state court. Jeff graduated from Portland State University in 1983 with degrees in English, History, Political Science, and Psychology. He was a four year starter on the Viking Football team. He obtained his law degree from Willamette University in 1986 and has been successfully representing individuals and small businesses since that time. Jeff is married with four grown children and spends his free time watching football and fly fishing in northwest streams and lakes.
Bar Admissions: Oregon State Bar, 1986; US District Court, District of Oregon; 9th Circuit Court.
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