Nikki Abercrombie Elected Treasurer of the Multnomah Bar Association Young Lawyers Section

Thu 18 Jun, 2020 / by / General

Nikki Abercrombie has been elected Treasurer of the Multnomah Bar Association Young Lawyers Section for the 2020-2021 term. This is Nikki’s third year serving on the MBA YLS Board of Directors and her sixth year of leadership within the YLS.  For over 100 years, the Multnomah Bar Association (MBA) has provided a forum for lawyers to gather together for collegiality, to improve the justice system, to provide law-related community service and to access services and …

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Wed 3 Jun, 2020 / by / Verdicts & Cases

Cable Huston recently won a major victory in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals for client Patrick Allen, the current director of the Oregon Health Authority.  The ruling ordered the dismissal of Director Allen from a long-standing lawsuit between the Oregon Health Authority and FamilyCare, Inc. arising from FamilyCare’s exit from the coordinated care market in Oregon in 2018.  Cable Huston’s appellate team included partners Jon W. Monson and Nicole M. Swift and associate Nikki …

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In response to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Thu 19 Mar, 2020 / by / General

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, and in line with Governor Brown’s directives, Cable Huston has closed its physical office space effective at 5 p.m. on Friday, March 20, 2020.  This action is taken with mindfulness towards our staff, our clients, and our broader community.  Cable Huston will continue this policy until the stay at home order by the Governor is modified and will continue to evaluate the policy as events unfold. Cable Huston’s attorneys …

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Nevertheless, They Persisted: Women’s Voting Rights and the 19th Amendment

Tue 10 Mar, 2020 / by / General

Cable Huston LLP is a proud sponsor of The Oregon Historical Society’s original exhibition, Nevertheless, They Persisted:  Women’s Voting Rights and the 19th Amendment.   One hundred years after the ratification of the nineteenth amendment (which granted women the right to vote), the exhibit shows the many ways Oregon history connects to the national history of woman suffrage and to the complex history of democracy in the United States.  See Oregon Historical Society for additional information.

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