About Robert McGaugheyWe handle securities & investment lawsuits & arbitrations, shareholder, partnership & LLC lawsuits, fraud & ponzi scheme claims, stockbroker & financial planner arbitrations, breach of fiduciary duty claims, shareholder oppression, dissolution, appraisal, derivative & accounting lawsuits, elder financial abuse, interference with contract & economic relations and other business lawsuits in state and federal courts and various arbitration forums.
Bob McGaughey has practiced law since 1980. He is the author of Oregon Securities Law and Oregon Corporate Law Handbook. Bob is past Chair of OSB Securities Regulation Section and OSB Business Litigation Section. He is a member of the OSB House of Delegates.
Bob has an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell and is included in Oregon Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers.
- Broker Fraud
- Business Law
- Legal Malpractice
- Securities Law
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|University of Akron||J.D. (1980)||Law|
|University of Akron||M.A.||Urban Studies|
|University of Massachusetts - Lowell||B.S.||Electrical Engineering|
|Delegate||OSB House of Delegates||2011-2014|
|Judicial Screening Committee||Multnomah Bar Association||2006-2009|
|Securities Reg Section, Task Force on Uniform Securities Act||Oregon State Bar||2004-2004|
|OSB Business Law Section, Task Force on Changes to Corporation Act||Oregon State Bar||2001-2001|
|OSB Business Law Section, Task Force on Close Corporations||Oregon State Bar||1999-1999|
|Chair, Business Litigation Section||Oregon State Bar||1997-1998|
|Details: Member, Executive Board of OSB Business Litigation Section (1995-9)|
|Chair, Securities Regulation Section||Oregon State Bar||1994-1995|
|Details: Member, Executive Board of the OSB Securities Regulation Section (1989-6)|
|Member, Washington State Bar|
|Member, Oregon State Bar|
Articles & Publications
Oregon Corporate Law Handbook
Business Breakups: Terminating Ownership Interests in Closely-held Businesses
When Are LLC Interests Securities?
Duty to Supervise Satellite Financial Planner Offices: The Growing Problem of Selling Away
Washinton Corporate Law Handbook