Paul George has tried more than 200 jury and non-jury trials throughout his career, and has been recognized by The Best Lawyers in America© as one of the best commercial litigators in Oregon. READ MORE
His practice concentrates on commercial and complex litigation with a particular focus in contract and business disputes. disputes. He has tried a number of cases involving trade secret and unfair competition claims, together with banking, partnership disputes and real property issues. He also has experience in the bankruptcy courts representing both creditors and debtors.
Paul practiced in Southern California for 25 years before returning to Oregon in 1998. He received Martindale-Hubbell’s Peer Rating of AV Preeminent® very early in his career while practicing in California, and later in Oregon. He continues to do trial work in Southern California when called upon by his Oregon and California clients.
Paul has presented numerous continuing legal education programs and was a member of the faculty for several years in the Hastings College of Law’s Advanced Advocacy Program.
Lane Powell PC, Shareholder (2011-Present)
Foster Pepper LLP/Roberts Kaplan LLP
Paone Callahan McHolm & Winton LLC, Of Counsel (1997-1998)
McDermott, Will & Emery, Partner (1987-1997)
Kadison, Pfaelzer, Woodard, Quinn & Rossi, Partner (1982-1987)
Virtue & Scheck (1973-1982)
Oregon State Bar, Litigation Section, Member
Peter M. Elliott Inn of Court/American Inns of Court
Habitat for Humanity — Portland/Metro East
The Best Lawyers in America© 2023 Recognizes 90 Lane Powell Attorneys
The Best Lawyers in America©, Commercial Litigation (2020-2024)
“Oregon Super Lawyer,” Thomson Reuters, Business Litigation (2006)
AV Preeminent® in Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings™ in California and Oregon
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