Jonathan S. Liou

Attorney

Jonathan Liou is an experienced litigator who represents individuals and businesses involved in complex products liability, construction defect, personal injury, and professional liability disputes. Before joining Dunn Carney in 2016, Jon worked at two large Northwest law firms handling toxic tort, construction defect, and catastrophic injury litigation. Jon also honed his trial skills while working as a deputy district attorney for Multnomah County.

Jon takes pride in analyzing and understanding all facets of a case, and being able to clearly and concisely communicate his advice to clients. His experience with both settlement negotiation and handling cases that proceed to trial prepares him for any direction a case may take.

Outside of the office, Jon enjoys playing basketball, golf, rock climbing and creating stained glass. He speaks Mandarin fluently.

Admissions

Oregon, 2010

Education

University of Oregon School of Law, J.D., 2010

University of Pennsylvania, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, 2003

Languages

Mandarin

Published Works

Case Notes: Statute of Limitations/Discovery Rule, OADC, The Verdict, 2014

Industries

Construction & Design

Practice Areas

Litigation

Insurance

Personal Injury

Professional Liability

Professional Affiliations

Oregon Asian Pacific American Bar Association, Board Member, 2013-2015

Community Organizations

CoHo Theater Company, Board Member, 2011-2013

Honors & Recognitions

Super Lawyers Rising Star, Personal Injury – General: Defense, 2018

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