September 2012 Archives

Oregon couple escapes Amway lawsuit

A multinational direct-selling firm has agreed to drop a lawsuit it filed against an Oregon couple and a third person after reaching an agreement resolving the dispute. Amway had accused the defendants of purchasing its products from authorized merchants and then wrongfully selling those goods on eBay.

Portland man sues for police who shot him

A Portland man who was shot by Oregon police after he exited his home has filed a lawsuit against the police department. The lawsuit seeks undisclosed economic and non-economic damages, accusing the officer who shot the plaintiff of exercising excessive force and failing to warn him before firing. The claim also asserts that the authorities never identified themselves and were negligent in choosing to open fire. The victim may have decided on civil litigation after the officers were cleared of criminal charges.

Environmental groups target U.S. Bureau of Land Management

Proposed timber sales in Oregon have environmental groups taking on the U.S. Bureau of Land Management in federal court. Klamath-Siskiyou Wildlands Center, Oregon Wild and Cascadia Wildlands claim the sales do not meet the standards set forth in federal environmental regulations.

Man sues orthodontist after 11 years of braces leave behind rotten teeth

Anyone who has ever had orthodontic braces can recall the wonderful feeling of having them removed, typically after a couple of years of wear. A 22-year-old Oregon man, however, allegedly had to wait much longer.

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