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including - Ethics: 1.00
NBI, Inc. is an approved sponsor with the Oregon MCLE. This program may qualify for up to 5.0 hours of general self-study continuing legal education credit and 1.0 hour of ethical considerations credit.
including - Ethics: 1.00
This seminar meets the requirements of the Certifying Board for Legal Assistants of the National Association of Legal Assistants, Inc., for 6.0 hours, including 1.0 ethics, of continuing legal assistant education self-study credit required to maintain the CLA (Certified Legal Assistant) credential.
NBI, Inc. is a NFPA approved CLE provider.
RON K. CHENG is a trial lawyer acting as of counsel at Kaplan Law LLC. Before beginning his legal career, he was involved in public service; helping marginalized communities gain respect and dignity. As a result of his work with women rights, minority groups, and college students, Mr. Cheng was presented with a leadership award by the local NAACP chapter. Considered one of the nation's top client counselors by the Law Student Division of the American Bar Association, he now focuses his talent and passion on helping people who have been seriously injured. Mr. Cheng has been listed as a Rising Star with Super Lawyers since 2017 and he is considered one of the top 10 personal injury attorneys under 40 years old. He is one of the youngest lawyers in the Pacific Northwest to receive a unanimous jury verdict in excess of one million dollars. In 2018, Mr. Cheng was elected as a member of the Oregon State Bar's House of Delegates. He received his B.A. degree from West Virginia University and his J.D. degree from Lewis & Clark Law School and is admitted to the Oregon State Bar. In addition to his regular practice, Mr. Cheng dedicates 10% of his caseload to pro bono work, and he also coaches high school students with the Classroom Law Project's mock trial program.
ERICA C. GLASER is the principal of Erica C. Glaser Arbitration and Mediation, with offices in Portland. A graduate of the University of Oregon School of Law, Ms. Glaser has 20 years of litigation experience. She defended cases for Farmers Insurance's in-house legal office for seven years. After gaining considerable courtroom experience on the defense side, Ms. Glaser joined the plaintiff’s bar and continued to litigate personal injury cases. She has tried more than 60 jury trials to verdict. For the past five years, Ms. Glaser has focused her practice on alternative dispute resolution. She serves as a neutral working as both an arbitrator and a mediator in a variety of civil cases.
MICHAEL N. GUTZLER is a plaintiffs' trial lawyer in solo practice, who practices in the areas of medical negligence, wrongful death, product liability, and auto claims. He earned his undergraduate and J.D. degrees from Willamette University in Salem, Oregon. Mr. Gutzler is a member Oregon and Washington State bars.
MARC A. JOHNSTON is the owner and managing attorney of Johnston Law Firm P.C. His practice areas include motor vehicle/auto accidents, personal injury, insurance law, bad faith insurance, medical malpractice, nursing home abuse, professional malpractice, and civil litigation cases. Mr. Johnston's career has been dedicated to representing the injured and individuals who have been treated unfairly by an insurance company. He received his B.A. degree from Eastern Washington University and his J.D. degree, cum laude, from the Gonzaga University School of Law. Mr. Johnston is admitted to the Oregon State Bar and is a board member of the Oregon New Lawyers Division; member, Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section and Litigation Section of ABA; member, Oregon Trial Lawyers Association; and member, Oregon State Bar's Mentoring Taskforce.
JASON KAFOURY is an attorney with Kafoury & McDougal and has been first or second chair in more than 58 jury trials, including numerous UM/UIM cases. At his first major trial as lead counsel, he obtained a judgment of $1.25 million in Cleavenger v. University of Oregon, representing a public safety officer who was fired and blacklisted for whistleblowing. The defendants' pre-trial settlement offer was $20,000. His legal experience also includes working for the Environmental Law Foundation in Oakland, where he helped draft a strategic plan to protect and expand California's Public Trust Doctrine. Mr. Kafoury received his J.D. degree from Tulane Law.
DAVID W. PENOYER is the owner and manager of Penoyer Law Office, LLC in Lake Oswego. His practice areas include personal injury, wrongful death, financial loss, recovery, criminal defense, and general litigation. Additionally, he will occasionally review civil rights and criminal cases that raise important public policy issues. Mr. Penoyer received his B.A. degree from American University in Washington, D.C., and his J.D. degree from Lewis and Clark Law School in Portland. He is admitted to practice in Oregon and California, and is a member of the American Association for Justice, the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association, and the Multnomah County Bar Association.