|Partner||Schuck Law, LLC||2009 - Present|
|Attorney||Bailey Pinney & Associates||2000 - 2009|
|Clerk||Multnomah County Circuit Courts||2000 - 2000|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Multnomah Bar Association||Member||2013 - Present|
|Multnomah Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Oregon Trial Lawyers Association||Member||2009 - 2012|
|Ridderbush, individually and on behalf of all similarly situated v. Swift Transportation Co. of AZ et. al||Settled.|
|Ridderbush, individually and on behalf of all similarly situated v. Swift Transportation Co. of AZ et. al||Settled|
|Krohn, Appellant v. Hood River School District, Appellee||Reversed and Remanded|
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|Avvo||Fiar Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA)||2012|
|Avvo||Why should I sue under the FLSA instead of Oregon's overtime laws||2012|
|avvo||Wage claims to recover vacation/PTO time in Oregon||2012|
|avvo||Oregon minimum wage increases for 2012||2012|
|avvo||When wages are due on termination||2012|
|avvo||Oregon overtime law and the FLSA (Federal overtime law)||2012|
|avvo||Are vacation wages due on termination in Oregon||2012|
|avvo||Can Oregon employees volunteer to work unpaid?||2012|
|avvo||2011 Increase to the Oregon Minimum Wage Rate (Minimum wage claims)||2011|
|Texas Tech University||Business Administration||MBA||1999|
|Texas Tech University||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1999|
|Portland State University||Marketing||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1996|
|Litigating Class Action Wage Claims||Class Action Wage Claims||2015|
|Recovering Attorneys' Fees & Costs||Recovering Attorneys' Fees & Costs||2012|
|How to Set and Recover Your Attorneys Fees in State and Federal Court||Pleading & Proving Attorney Fees in Wage and Hour Cases; Establishing Market Rates for Attorney Fees||2012|
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So nice to get legit advice! I know nothing about what my situation entails so it was very helpful having David's prompt and knowledgeable advice.
Posted by anonymous
Dave has been up front and honest from the start. Always keeps you informed and actually wants what's best for his clients and puts your needs before his.
Posted by mark
My case was a case that many of us go threw in the work place,The objective of doing our job to the best of our ability and try to make long term goals to move up in the company, and all of the sudden you are told your not needed anymore with no reasons behind it.
your world feels like its going to fall apart, you lose you place of residence,your pride,your self astem begains to fade and you feel like there is no hope,you want to talk to an attorney but your afraid because you've heard alot of stories about them,doing wrong or just dont want to help you.
Well there is light at the end of the tunnel.believe it or non I've been thier and I took a chance and made a call,after a few minutes of speaking with David Schuck, I really felt like he was taking the time to listen and understand the situation I was in. It was the first time I have ever had an attorney really listen and not just say uh! ahu! and then say well I dont think there is much we can do. thats what we mostly recieve,but in this conversation, I heard possitive responces and word like ,"we can try this, or try that" and "this is what the law says" and then take the time to explain it so you can understand it better.
I agreed to let them take the case and for a few months they called me all the time and let me know what was going on. And most impotant thing that made me feel that I was part of the case is when he always asked "what do you think"
He represented me well, the case was settled and I never felt like I wasn't treated unfair or not represented to the best of he's ability.
David A Schuck is very patient with talking to me and explaining the rights that I have and leading me in the right direction.
I really do recommend you give him a call,thiers not many people out ther that can put them selves in your place and have the respect of understanding what really dose go on in the work place.
all it takes is a call, And I'm glad I did
and so well you.
Thank You very much
David A. Schuck