KVL Blog

Holly Pettit and Pete Viteznik prevailed in the Oregon Court of Appeals in a case concerning both express and implied contract claims.
March 2023 | by Wm. Jere Tolton, III
In the March issue of For the Defense, KVL attorney Jere Tolton analyzes the complexities of equitable relief under ERISA § 502(a)(3).
March 2021 | by Pete Viteznik
My latest trial was conducted exclusively online in Clackamas County Circuit Court via the Court's WebEx and left me considering where our trial system may be headed. It certainly left me with a list of what I would repeat, and a long list of how I would prepare for a virtual trial differently next time.
December 2020 | by Pete Viteznik
2020 has been a unique year in terms of the limitations imposed by the Covid pandemic. I recently represented a client for KVL in an Arbitration held entirely via zoom and prevailed on piercing the corporate veil in a claim against our clients. While we were able to get a great outcome for our clients, we also [...]
November 2020 | by Kilmer Voorhees & Laurick
Pete Viteznik recently resolved a multimillion-dollar lien dispute involving a delay claim on a large high-tech facility in Hillsboro, Oregon. The claim involved, not only the traditional factual disputes about the entitlement of KVL’s client to pay for the work it performed but a counterclaim by the owner for an alleged [...]