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Martin L. Alvey

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  • 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


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8555 SW Apple Way
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Portland, OR 97225

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