Bob L. O'Halloran, Jr.
Bob's practice spans both litigation and transactional matters. His litigation practice focuses mainly on construction law and creditor's rights litigation, where he represents owners, developers, design professionals, prime contractors, subcontractors, and material and equipment suppliers. Bob also has substantial experience in insurance law practice, both from the defendant and plaintiff perspective, including catastrophic injury claims under Oregon's Employer Liability Law. In his transactional practice, Bob handles business entity formation and maintenance, corporate compliance, real estate, and other business transactions.
Bar and Court Admissions:
- Oregon State Bar
- Washington State Bar
- Member, Oregon State Bar Construction Law; Real Estate; Litigation; and Environmental and Natural Resources Sections
- Member, Multnomah County Bar Association
- Member, Washington County Bar Association
- Member, Oregon Trial Lawyers Association
- University of Oregon School of Law, J.D., 2013
- Gonzaga University, B.B.A., Business Administration, 2010
- Author, Oregon law does not recognize a fiduciary exception to attorney-client privilege, OADC's The Verdict, Issue 3, 2014, available at http://www.oadc.com/assets/Newsletter/2014/oadc_nl_q3_2014.pdf.
- Author, DSL Limits Placer Mining Permitting in Oregon's Salmon and Bull Trout Habitats, OSB Entvl. and Nat. Resources Sec. Newsletter, April 2014, available at http://osbenviro.homestead.com/Newsletters/Casenotes/Case_Notes_17.pdf.
- Author, Case Note: Audubon Society of Portland, et. al., v. Jewell, et. al., Case No. 1:14-cv-00675-CL, (D. Or. Apr. 15, 2015) OSB Entvl. and Nat. Resources Sec. Newsletter, April 2014, available at http://osbenviro.homestead.com/Newsletters/Casenotes/Case_Notes_22.pdf.
- Member Player, Portland Pigs Rugby Club 2014-present
- Member Multnomah Athletic Club
Bob was born and raised in northeast Portland, Oregon. Outside of work, Bob enjoys playing rugby with the Portland Pigs, surfing the Oregon coast, snowboarding the northwest's mountains, oystering and clamming in the Willapa Bay, and Oregon's local craft breweries.