Vanessa Sturgeon — one of Portland, Oregon’s most powerful and wealthy and politically connected real estate developers — is not happy.
She is not happy about Covid, homeless people, protestors, and how much money all of those things are costing her — as if all of those things were not…
It was announced yesterday, October 13, 2021, by Oregon Governor Kate Brown’s office, that Judge David Delsman of Linn County Circuit Court had submitted a notice of his “planned retirement.”
The retirement is effective in two weeks, on November 1, 2021.
Last week in a criminal case, a federal district judge ordered that “all special and restrictive conditions of release” be removed and that the defendant — disgraced former Oregon attorney, Lori Deveny — be released “on her own recognizance.”
In July 2018, the Oregon State Bar abruptly dismissed an ethics complaint filed against Marion attorney James Van Ness by a former client, after a nearly two-year investigation into allegations of financial irregularities and other misconduct.¹ …
Attorneys take note: There is something very wrong with your licensor, the Oregon State Bar, and its handling of Client Security Fund (CSF) claims made against disgraced attorney Lori Deveny.
And it’s costing honest attorneys both money and respect.
During former Albany-area attorney Megan Perry’s four short years of practice, she amassed 23 bar complaints, nearly all of which credibly alleged forgery, fraud, and various other crimes by her. Perry resigned her law license in March 2018 rather than defend her conduct. …
The state’s criminal case against former Portland, Oregon attorney Lori Deveny was delayed yet again — this time after two hearings from which the press and the public were excluded.