Lawrence B. Hunt

Lawrence B Hunt

Location: Portland, Oregon
Phone: (503) 226-1162
Fax:
(503) 223-5442
E-mail: Email Me

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Larry Hunt was born and raised in Portland, Oregon. He received his bachelor’s degree with honors from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois and his law degree from the University of Oregon. He has practiced law in Portland since 1975 when he began working with Millard Becker who passed away in early 2011. Mr. Hunt has contributed to the annual survey on Sales published in The Business Law Journal, and has lectured on the negotiation and drafting of contracts and on legal issues concerning the formation, management, and dissolution of limited liability companies. He is admitted to practice in the state and federal courts of Oregon and Washington, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Tax Court. Reported cases in which he acted as attorney include Carnahan v. Carnahan, 246 F.3d 673 (9th Cir. 2000); BLD Products v. Technical Plastics of Oregon, 2006 WL 3628062 (D. OR); Johnson v. Becker, 137 Or. App. 258, 903 P.2d 901 (1995); and Ireland v. Flanagan, 51 Or. App. 837, 627 P.2d 496 (1981).

During his years of practice Mr. Hunt has successfully tried cases involving a broad range of issues including corporate shareholder agreements, partnership dissolutions, breach of contract, fraud, personal injury, employment claims, civil rights, trust administration, real property, divorce and custody, and criminal law, in addition to both commercial and residential landlord tenant disputes. He has frequently participated in the negotiation and closing of business acquisitions and sales; and the negotiation and drafting of various contracts including shareholder and partnership agreements, employment agreements, commercial and residential leases, real property purchases and sales, prenuptial agreements, and settlement agreements both before and during litigation.

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Areas of Practice

  • Corporate Shareholder Agreements
  • Partnership Dissolutions
  • Breach Of Contract
  • Fraud
  • Personal Injury
  • Employment Claims
  • Civil Rights
  • Trust Administration
  • Real Property
  • Divorce and Custody
  • Criminal Law
  • Commercial and Residential Landlord Tenant Disputes

Bar Admissions

  • Oregon
  • Washington
  • U.S. District Court District of Oregon
  • U.S. District Court Western District of Washington
  • U.S. Tax Court
  • U.S. Court of Appeals

Education

  • University of Oregon School of Law, Eugene, Oregon
    • J.D. – 1975
  • Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois
    • B.A. (Cum Laude)
    • Honors: With Honors

Published Works

  • Survey on Uniform Commercial Code, General Provisions, Sales, The Business Law Journal
  • What will your new business be?, Hunt & Associates, PC

Representative Cases

Classes/Seminars

  • Negotiation and Drafting of Contracts
  • LLC Trends and Developments

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • Oregon State Bar
  • Washington State Bar Association
  • Federal Bar Association
  • American Bar Association
  • Multnomah Bar Association

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