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Judge orders Consent Decree in Title IX case against Willamette University

The parties have issued this joint statement: Willamette University and its former women’s rowing team are pleased to announce that we have reached a resolution to our dispute over Willamette’s elimination of women’s rowing and its compliance with Title IX in its women’s sports program. We …

Call your federal legislators!

The U.S. House Judiciary just voted a bill out of committee that would gut nearly every type of mass legal action brought in the U.S. to vindicate large groups of individuals’ rights against corporate wrongdoing, including the enforcement of civil rights, as well as consumer, …

Former Nurse-Turned-Attorney Joins Johnson Johnson Lucas & Middleton

People suffering from injuries will find a receptive ear in Beatrice Grace, a former emergency room nurse who attended the University of Oregon School of Law and now is an associate at Johnson Johnson Lucas & Middleton, one of Oregon’s leading plaintiff law firms. “When …

Nadia Raza and Lane Community College Settle Discrimination Case

Nadia Raza and Lane Community College are pleased to announce that they have resolved Ms. Raza’s claims asserted in the U.S. District Court of Oregon, Case No. 6:16-cv-00098-AA. LCC has agreed to hire Sigma Threat Assessment, nationally-recognized experts in behavioral threat assessment, threat management, and …

Survivors settle claims for Oso landslide

Johnson Johnson & Schaller is pleased to announce that the Oso landslide claims against the State of Washington and Grandy Lake Forest Associates have been settled for $60 million. Attorneys Art Johnson and Scott Lucas got involved in this litigation shortly after the disaster and …

Massage Patient Sexually Assaulted at Lussuria Salon

Lussuria Salon’s masseuse, Hee Joon Yang, sexually assaulted a patient on December 15, 2015. The patient, going by Jane Doe, filed a lawsuit on September 26, 2016, in Lane County Circuit Court alleging sexual battery, professional negligence, invasion of privacy, and sex discrimination. Meredith Holley …