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|NY||Due to reregister within 30 days of birthday||1988||07/10/2016|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Assistant District Attorney||Queens County District Attorneys Office||1987 - 1990|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Clackamas County Bar Association||Member||2005 - Present|
|Associated Builders and Contractors||Member||2000 - 2004|
|American Council of Engineering Companies||Member||2000 - 2006|
|Associated General Contractors||Member||1999 - 2006|
|Multnomah Bar Association||Member||1994 - 2005|
|Hayhurst v. Haberlach||After week long trial, case decided in favor of clients, attorney fees and costs awarded to cleints|
|Jeldwen v. Ribas||Case dismissed in favor of client|
|Smith v. Shenberger||Full settlement for entire amount of lien|
|See all legal cases|
|Construction Toolbox||Architect and Engineer Liability||2002|
|Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1987|
|Hobart College||English Literature/ History||BA||1982|
|Making It Worth The Paper||Contract Drafting and Pitfalls||2012|
|If You Build It, It Will Leak||Building Envelope Litigation||2003|
|Construction Tool Boox||Litigation Strategies and Project Issues||2000|
Posted by anonymous
I wish I had read George's reviews BEFORE we hired him. Although a really nice guy, George consistently does not follow through. After agreeing to file a suit on our behalf and accepting a retainer, it took him over 5 months to file it!! That was after more than 10 revisions. He could not get the information correct in the filing. His follow through has always been less than timely. George is not a detail oriented attorney nor is he timely or complete in his communications.
Posted by Mike Davis
George got us through the most difficult time in our lives, so I would recommend him to anyone in need. There was some stress in not always getting replies to emails or phone calls on a complete or timely manner. I felt a frustrating lack of control throughout the ordeal, in that the case was decidedly in his hands and not mine, but that's hardly a negative in a qualified and dedicated attorney such as Mr. Mead. This case was outside of his ordinary field of practice, but he ably took on the task because he believed in us and became an expert on the technical aspects. I had the unwavering sense of comfort that he was advocating for our welfare and that we were on his mind each and every day.
Posted by Craig
I first contacted George by phone from California about a suit my sister and I wanted to bring against our brother in the Portland area. The case had to do with our parents estate and my brother's (ex bro!) theft of the entire estate after my mothers' death. After interviewing him via phone, I hired him and he started to work. I had to trust in him as it was some months before we actually met face to face. This was hard for me because I don't like to feel 'not in control' of a situation but he took up our cause and proved to be a sterling guy.
George showed an intelligent and quick grasp of the situation and what steps needed to be accomplished and in what order to force an out of court settlement. He did his due diligence all the way such as flying to Florida to take an important deposition. His help with strategy in the conference room about the back and forth offers and counter offers enabled us to keep focused and even were able to share some humor in trying moments. In short, George guided us until we prevailed in an emotionally charged and difficult process. THANK YOU MR. MEAD!
The outcome was worth the battle it took to achieve justice. And George is actually interested in justice. An honorable man and I recommend him thoroughly.
Howard Lewis, Divorce and separation Attorney
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I endorse this lawyer. Attorney Mead is an outstanding attonrey with an excellent reputation. He is a strong and zealous advocate for his clients and a credit to the legal profession. I highly endorse him.