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Martin L. Alvey

Martin Alvey Lawyer

Martin L. Alvey

Government Agencies, Car Accident, Personal Injury

  • Law Office: Martin L Alvey PC
  • Portland Law Firms
  • Law School: Lewis and Clark College Northwestern School of Law J.D.
  • Status: In Good Standing

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School Degree Major Graduation
Lewis and Clark College Northwestern School of Law J.D. Law School N/A
Willamette University B.A. N/A N/A N/A
State / Court Date
U.S. District Court District of Oregon 1987 N/A
Oregon 1987 N/A
  • SAIF v. Wolff 1996
  • SAIF v. Kurcin 2002
  • Precision Cast Parts v. Lewis 1992
  • Liberty Northwest v. Potts 1995
  • Foster Wheeler Corporation v. Marble 2003
  • Astoria Plywood Corp. v. Culp 1992

Service Type:Private

Language:German


MAIN LOCATION

8555 SW Apple Way
Suite 130
Portland, OR 97225

SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Injured Worker Did Not Have Requisite Causal Opinion From Doctor
In a recent 8th District decision, the Court affirmed summary judgment in favor of an employer who argued that records from claimant's treating physicians did not establish sufficient causal connection between diagnosis and workplace injury.
reedom to Operate Opinions: The Value of a Bold Patent Landscape Study
http://www.boldip.com/bold-blog/bold-update-freedom-to-operate-opinions-the-value-of-a-bold-patent-landscape-study
Federal Trademark Protection and the Likelihood of Confusion Test
http://www.boldip.com/bold-blog/-federal-trademark-protection-and-the-likelihood-of-confusion-test