Dallas DeLuca represents businesses, government entities, and individuals in commercial litigation. He has successfully resolved disputes, both in and out of court, for his clients concerning LLC member liability and membership agreements, trade secrets, long-term power supply contracts, patent licenses, legal malpractice claims, loan guarantor obligations, website development and hosting contracts, and manufacturing and distribution contracts. Dallas represented the Oregon Attorney General, the State of Oregon, and Cover Oregon in their litigation against Oracle, the second-largest software company in the world, in multiple cases concerning the Oregon health insurance exchange website. Dallas played a central role in all of the cases, including briefing and arguing dispositive motions, managing the litigation teams, and defending key depositions.
Dallas’ business experience helps him understand client problems and goals. Before entering law school, Dallas worked for eight years as an export marketing consultant for the International Trade Administration and as the director of operations for the North and Central American apparel sourcing office for Gap Inc. At Gap Inc., Dallas gained experience in supply chain management, apparel and fabric manufacturing and sourcing, and contract negotiation. He understands the competing pressures that businesses face from cash management, customers, suppliers, owners, employees and management, and that background helps him craft litigation and settlement strategies to meet client needs.