Jon Monson Appointed to Serve as Circuit Court Pro Tem Judge

Tue 20 Feb, 2018 / by / General

The Oregon Supreme Court recently appointed Cable Huston attorney Jon Monson to serve as a pro tempore (“pro tem”) judge for the Multnomah County Circuit Court. Pro tem judges sit as part-time volunteer circuit court judges, overseeing summary judgment motions and other issues to assist the court with managing its docket. Pro tem judges are interviewed and recommended by the local bar judicial screening committee and ultimately appointed by the Oregon Supreme Court to serve three-year terms, which may be renewed.

Jon is a partner in Cable Huston’s litigation, appellate, and internal investigations practice groups. He has extensive experience in all aspects of state and federal civil litigation, including complex commercial disputes, sports- and media-related litigation, professional liability, white-collar issues, etc. Jon also serves as a member of Cable Huston’s Management Committee and as the Firm’s in-house General/Ethics Counsel.

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