Nena Cook Antes Up In Supreme Court Race


Nena Cook, who is competing with Multnomah County Court Judge Richard Baldwin for a vacancy on the Oregon Supreme Court, reported loaning her campaign $80,000 yesterday. That loan comes on top of an earlier $10,000 Cook, a business and employment lawyer at the Sussman Shank firm in Portland, gave herself. She has also received $40,000 of the $232,000 she's raised this year from her mother and step-father. ...   More
Thursday, October 18, 2012 NIGEL JAQUISS

Robes In the Ring

A candidate for Supreme Court says his opponent is inflating her credentials.

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Quick: Name a sitting Oregon Supreme Court judge. OK, we admit it—maybe it’s not a fair question. Most Americans can’t name any of the nine U.S. Supreme Court justices. So while we know WW   More
Wednesday, October 3, 2012 ANDREA DAMEWOOD

Murmurs: Sincerest Form of Flattery?

We promise never to use this Ferris joke again.

High-profile Portland lawyer Nena Cook is in a competitive race for an open Oregon Supreme Court seat against Oregon Court of Appeals Judge Timothy Sercombe and Multnomah County Judge Richard Ba   More
Wednesday, March 7, 2012 WW Editorial Staff

Oregon Supreme Court Justice

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Tuesday, April 27, 2010 HANK STERN

Oregon Supreme Court Sidesteps Measure 36

On Jan. 14, the Oregon State Supreme Court denied petition to hear Martinez v. Kulongoski , the lawsuit challenging Measure 36 's inclusion on the 2004 ballot. Oregon's Constitution was amended in 2004, when Oregon voters passed the initiative 57%-43%, and defined marriage as a union of one man and one woman. “We'll explore all legal avenues,” said Mark Johnson, lead counsel for ...   More
Friday, January 16, 2009 Dan Green

Oregon Supreme Court Rules Prominent Portland Developer Must Face New Trial

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


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