Tammy Armentrout has more than 40 years of complex litigation experience in the areas of product liability, drug and medical device liability, personal injury, securities, and environmental contamination. She designed and implemented case management systems for mass tort, complex litigation involved in breast implant, asbestos, and diet drug litigation. Tammy served as case managing paralegal for the regional defense and trial counsel teams for one of the key defendants in the breast implant litigation in the Pacific Northwest, which involved more than 1200 plaintiffs, in both state and federal court.
She has managed numerous small to medium-sized cases, as well as larger multi-million-dollar cases, for both plaintiffs and defendants. Matters have involved a precedent-setting government immunity issue, Superfund site cleanup, contract disputes with multinational firms, product liability, personal/catastrophic injury, and wrongful death cases.
PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS
- Speaker/Panelist at numerous paralegal and trade association events in both Oregon and Washington on multiple topics related to case management, document management, technology, and trial presentation
- Tammy Armentrout, Victoria Wilken-Farrell, Bob Christensen, The Litigation Support Guide (2003)
OUTSIDE THE FIRM
When not at work, Tammy and her husband spend their time doing traditional Northwest activities: hiking, biking, kayaking, and managing horses and dogs.