Oregon Supreme Court Rules Prominent Portland Developer Must Face New Trial


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Tom Moyer is back on the hot seat. Moyer has been in the news lately because the city-owned Portland Development Commission is considering relocating from its Old Town headquarters to a partially-built downtown office on which Moyer halted construction in 2009. But Moyer is in the news today for suffering a legal reversal in a battle that involves a relative pittance but has major implications ...   More
 
Thursday, April 29, 2010 NIGEL JAQUISS

Judge Rules for the Police, Against Peace Activist Joe Walsh in AIPAC Case


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Portland police won a courtroom victory this morning against a prominent anti-war protester when a Multnomah County judge ruled that cops had probable cause to arrest peace activist Joe Walsh. After a two-day civil trial, Circuit Court Judge John Wittmayer this morning granted a request by deputy city attorney David Landrum to rule in the city's favor in a lawsuit brought by Walsh. Wittmayer ...   More
 
Thursday, August 19, 2010 JAMES PITKIN

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