The Law Office of Larry L. Linder, LLC is a general practice law firm that specializes in employment law. Attorney Larry L. Linder has been practicing law in the state of Oregon since 2001 where he has been specializing in employment law since that time. During that time, he has represented approximately 1000 clients in employment disputes. He has handled approximately 180 federal lawsuits and 300 state lawsuits. Of those cases, since 2005, he has been involved in 11 federal trials and nine state trials. He has handled more than 100 unemployment hearings. In the employment arena, he has handled cases regarding sexual harassment, retaliation, hostile work environment, age discrimination, gender discrimination, disability discrimination, rehabilitation act discrimination, pregnancy discrimination, religious discrimination, race discrimination, national origin discrimination, marital status discrimination, injured worker discrimination, sexual orientation discrimination, whistleblowing claims, civil rights violations, wrongful discharge, emotional distress, violations of non-competition agreements, wage claims, intentional interference with economic relations, negligent retention, violations of the Family and Medical Leave Act, and violations of the Oregon Family Leave Act. He also represented clients on separation agreements, severance agreements, and breaches of contract. He has represented clients both at the trial and appellate level in both the Oregon Court of Appeals and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Since 2011, he has regularly employed an associate to work with him. Attorney Richard Bosanko has been working with the office since 2019.
The office represents employers in defending claims, drafting policies, and providing counsel to work through difficult employee issues.
In the administrative context, he has represented clients in unemployment hearings, Employment Relations Board hearings, and agency proceedings.
In other areas of law, he has represented clients in breach of contract claims, breach of the duty of good faith and fair dealing, breach of fiduciary duty, battery, negligence, premises liability, forcible entry and detainer, restraining orders, stalking orders, probate, conversion, enforcing creditor’s rights in bankruptcies, conservatorships, RICO violations, fraudulent transfer claims, and property disputes.
The office is located at 3000 Market St. NE, Salem, Oregon 97301 and can be reached by telephone at (503)585-1804 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.