|Washington - WA||22 years|
|Oregon - OR||32 years|
|Dist. of Columbia - DC||29 years|
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Shawn has been a trial attorney for over 26 years. He began his career as a Deputy District Attorney prosecuting felony and misdemeanor cases, before entering private practice. He became a partner at the Portland civil litigation firm Mitchell, Lang & Smith. Shawn was later appointed Senior Assistant Attorney General by Attorney General Hardy Meyers serving in the Oregon Department of Justice's Trial Division. He was appointed Attorney In Charge of the Civil Litigation Section by Attorney General John Kroger. In this role, he was responsible for leading the largest section of the Trial Division, overseeing the jury trial attorneys who defended the State of Oregon's institutions in state and federal court. Shawn continued to carry a case load in this role. He would remain in this leadership position under Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum's administration. Shawn received two Excellence in Justice Awards from his superiors while serving the serving under three Attorney Generals, Shawn left the Department of Justice to lead SAIF Corporation's Third Party Team. The team was in charge of securing reimbursement from individuals and corporations responsible for injuring Oregon workers. Under Shawn's leadership, the team secured the largest annual recovery in the company's 100-year history compensating injured workers while reimbursing their employers for the expenses incurred as the result of the worker's injuries. After public service, Shawn returned to private practice in 2014 forming O'Neil Law LLC in Wilsonville, Oregon. The majority of his practice is representing individuals in Elder Financial Abuse, Employment, Personal Injury, Consumer Protection, and Governmental Affairs.
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