Jurisdiction of circuit court over law practice of nonperforming attorney
The circuit court of the county in which an attorney engaged in the practice of law in this state maintains or has maintained a principal office has jurisdiction as provided in ORS 9.705 (Definitions for ORS 9.705 to 9.757) to 9.757 (Retention of client materials) whenever the attorney has died, is disbarred or suspended from the active practice of law, is incarcerated or has abandoned the practice and:
(1) The attorney failed to make arrangements for the orderly suspension or termination of the law practice of the attorney; or
(2) A duly appointed personal representative or other person assisting with the suspension or termination of the law practice is unable to adequately protect the interests of the attorney’s clients. [1979 c.252 §3; 1985 c.512 §5; 1989 c.1052 §16; 2015 c.6 §2]
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