Sharon Rudnick is an appellate and trial lawyer. For 30 years, Sharon has handled business disputes, class action claims, product liability claims, and labor and employment matters. She recently has been at the forefront of national litigation concerning punitive damages and constitutional law. Sharon is also an accomplished labor and employment lawyer. She regularly provides day-to-day advice and direction on employment and labor matters; and defends clients before administrative agencies and in state and federal court.
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McDowell v. Providence Health Plans — Successful federal appeal affirming health plan''s ability to enforce reinbursement clause of benefits contract in state court; ERISA preemption issue
Fraser v. Vulcan Power Company et al — Litigation of complicated securities and business litigation
Clarke v. Oregon Heath and Sciences University — Oregon Supreme Court case determining the constitutionality of public body liability limits under the state constitution''s Remedy Clause
Williams v. Philip Morris USA — US Supreme Court decision on due process limitations and required jury instruction regarding awards of punitive damages