Larkins Vacura LLP ranked as first-tier Best Law Firm by U.S. News

Larkins Vacura LLP is pleased to announce that for 2015 it has again been ranked a first-tier Best Law Firm by U.S. News. In addition, Bill Larkins, Julie Vacura, and Chris Kayser were recognized as Best Lawyers in commercial litigation, Bill and Julie were further recognized as Best Lawyers in banking and finance, and Julie was also recognized as a Best Lawyer in real estate.


Julie Vacura Inducted into American College of Trial Lawyers

Julie Vacura, a founding partner of the firm, was inducted as a Fellow into the American College of Trial Lawyers at a ceremony in London on September 12, during the 2014 Annual Meeting of the College. For nearly 30 years Julie’s practice has focused on trying cases in state and federal courts. This honor recognizes Julie’s excellence as a trial advocate in many different types of civil cases, representing businesses large and small as well as individuals. We congratulate our friend and colleague, Julie Vacura on achieving this well-deserved honor.


Larkins Vacura LLP’s Super Lawyers

Larkins Vacura LLP is pleased to announce that Bill Larkins and Julie Vacura were again recognized as Super Lawyers in the 2014 issue of Oregon Super Lawyers, signifying their place in the top 5% of all lawyers in Oregon. Bill has maintained that designation since 2009, and Julie has done so since 2007. The same publication also named Cody Hoesly and Danielle Hunsaker as Rising Stars, signifying their place in the top 2.5% of all Oregon litigators under 40 or in their first 10 years of practice. Cody has maintained that designation since 2012.


Cody Hoesly helps client regain possession of family heirloom

Congratulations to Cody Hoesly on his recent victory for a client who sued to regain possession of a precious family heirloom, the queen outfit that the client’s mother-in-law wore at the 1930 Pendleton Round-Up. The lawsuit resulted in a settlement which returned the outfit to the client and which garnered attention in both the Oregonian and East Oregonian newspapers. The settlement followed Cody’s victory in the Oregon Supreme Court in the same case.