Laura Caldera focuses her representation of clients in three areas: professional liability litigation, business disputes, and intellectual property litigation. Architects, engineers, accountants, and other professionals hire Laura to defend them against allegations of professional malpractice and represent them before professional boards. Intellectual property clients engage her to represent them for trademark, copyright, trade secret, and patent disputes.
Her approach is consistent regardless of the area of the law: gain a full understanding of the issues, but more importantly, the client’s needs. Once understood, she prepares a vigorous defense or representation that draws on her many years of successful trial experience.
- Oregon, 1999
- Washington, 2022
- U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
- U.S. District Court, District of Oregon
- Willamette University, College of Law – J.D., 1999
- California State University, Chico – B.A., 1995
OUTSIDE THE FIRM
Laura’s charitable and community commitments have always focused on women and children’s issues. She not only supports a balanced approach to work and family issues through community groups, but she also lives it every day.
She is active with her own children’s scholastic and outside interests. Laura has also joined the ranks of local runners and competed in three full marathons, the 2014 Hood to Coast Relay with the “Running of the Bull-ivants” team, and competed in her first duathlon in 2015. She is currently training for several races.