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Dave Mepham specializes in the defense of physicians and healthcare professionals in medical malpractice litigation and the general liability defense for several local and national companies.
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Dave Mepham specializes in the defense of physicians and healthcare professionals in medical malpractice litigation and the general liability defense for several local and national companies. He has taken more than 25 cases to jury verdict and continues to try several cases a year. He has also completed more than 50 arbitrations and private trials.
Dave received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington and his law degree from Willamette College of Law. He is an active member of the Oregon and Washington state bar associations, as well as the Multnomah County and Clark County Bar Associations.
Dave has been a presenter to the Oregon Casualty Adjusters Association and the Oregon Governor’s Occupational Safety and Health Conference. He also authored the “Medical Examinations, Reports and Records, Individually Identifiable Health Information” chapter in the Oregon State Bar Civil Pleading and Practice CLE.
Dave has been listed in Oregon SuperLawyers from 2010 to present, in Portland’s Best Attorneys from 2010 to present and in Who’s Who in American Law.
Dave’s personal interests include coaching his daughters’ sports teams, fishing, hunting, climbing, camping and skiing.
Hodgkinson Street, LLC medical malpractice lawyer David Mepham recently participated in OHSU's Transition to Residency program for fourth-year medical students, on March 4-7, 2013. Transition to Residency is a required course developed by the Portland medical school to prepare its fourth year students for residency. The week-long program involves case discussions of legal and ethical issues that can arise in a physician's practice, including malpractice law seminars, workshops, and small group and panel discussions. The…