Oregon Supreme Court

Opinions Filed in April 2023

SAIF Corp. v. Coria

The board’s order imposing a penalty must “articulate a rational connection between the facts and the legal conclusions it draws from them.” Jenkins v. Bd. of Parole, 335 P.3d. 828 (2014).

Area(s) of Law:
  • Workers Compensation

State v. Mott

In deciding whether to grant a post-opinion motion to dismiss, the Court of Appeals should weigh a number of factors including whether the motion is unopposed, whether the dismissal would allow a party to avoid legal consequences, and if there are compelling practical consequences the appealing party wishes to avoid. State v. Lasheski, 312 Or App 714, 721-22 P3d 1118 (2021).

Area(s) of Law:
  • Appellate Procedure

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