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Calculating whether Jessie Chu was entitled to vocational assistance in the state of Oregon was complicated due to her three jobs. The Oregon Court of Appeals recently issued a ruling in Chu v SAIF.

Workers Compensation: Vocational Assistance for a Worker with THREE JOBS?

What happened to Jessie Chu? Jessie Chu had three jobs at the time she was injured: a full-time position as a jewelry salesperson at Fred…

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A picture of a biker crossing a bridge in Portland with a cloudy sky in the background.

Staff Showcase: Amanda Ulrich's Photography

Amanda Ulrich is a paralegal here at Thomas, Coon, Newton and Frost, but she was also recently showcased for her work as a photographer in…

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Cover of the February/March Issue of the Oregon State Bar Bulletin, in which Ray Thomas's article "Still in the Peloton" appears

"Still in the Peloton": An article by Ray Thomas in the Oregon State Bar Bulletin

Twenty-seven years ago, Ray Thomas and Jim Coon started what has come to be known as the “Lawyer Ride.” Over the decades since, the ride…

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TCNF Bike Legal Clinics for 2018

TCNF is excited to announce the schedule for bicycle legal clinics in 2018.  The lawyers of TCNF, in partnership with the Street Trust, have educated…

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Happy Holidays from TCNF!

We are celebrating the holiday season in style! Our Annual Holiday Change Drive, in which the entire firm competes ferociously, but always fairly, to fill…

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