Five Saalfeld Griggs Attorneys Earn Super Lawyers Designations

Super Lawyers has recognized five Saalfeld Griggs attorneys for their high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. They are Robert Saalfeld, Hunter Emerick, Shannon Raye Martinez, David Briggs, and Jennifer Paul. These attorneys receive the honor after the completion of the region’s patented selection process, comprised of peer nomination, independent research and peer review.

Join Us at River Rock!

We hope you’ll join us at River Rock on Wednesday, July 22, as Saalfeld Griggs PC sponsors the evening’s performance of the Young Dubliners! Mark your calendar and join the fun! The hardest working band in Celtic Rock are back at it! A year after releasing their latest album, NINE, they are still out promoting the old fashioned way.

Con-Tech Home Ready for Sale

The first Con-Tech home is ready for sale. This first residence constructed by local students has just been completed and is now being offered for sale to the general public. The house is a 1589 square foot floor plan located at 529 24th St NE, Salem, Oregon, with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. It will

Subcontractor Earns Award Against Surety Company

by Hunter Emerick The Construction and Litigation Groups at Saalfeld Griggs PC recently obtained a favorable ruling from the Oregon Court of Appeals. The ruling imposed a judgment against a surety company for a substantial award in favor of our client. The judgment against the surety will allow collection of a judgment which, before the

Con-Tech Auction Funds 2016 House Project

Con-Tech, Inc. is a charitable tax exempt corporation that is providing opportunities to local high school students to construct a residence. The 2015 house build project, dubbed the Nest by the students, is nearing completion and will soon be listed for sale. To provide the lot, materials and supplies necessary for students to improve their

How Do We Select Judges?

By Hunter Emerick By all accounts, the Oregon Court of Appeals is one of the busiest intermediate appellate courts in the country. Almost any party aggrieved by a decision issued by an Oregon state jury, trial judge or administrative law judge has an absolute right to appeal the decision to the Oregon Court of Appeals.