John B. Dudrey

John B. Dudrey

Of Counsel
Portland, OR
Overview

About John

John Dudrey is Of Counsel in the firm's Labor and Employment group. His practice focuses on assisting clients with complex labor and employment litigation matters. John has experience assisting with state and federal jury trials and administrative proceedings, including NLRB proceedings.

Prior to joining Stoel Rives, John was an associate at Barran Liebman LLP (2008-2012), head law clerk at the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Oregon (2007-2008), and summer clerk at Williams Fredrickson, LLC (2006).

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Honors

Honors & Activities

  • Listed among Rising Stars (Employment Litigation: Defense), Oregon Super Lawyers®, 2013-2018
  • Member, Oregon State Bar, Civil Rights Section Executive Committee
  • Member, Multnomah Bar Association
  • Member, American Bar Association
  • Instructor, Portland State University Professional Development Center, Employee & Labor Relations Course, Spring/Summer 2011
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Insights & Presentations

Insights & Presentations

  • “What workers and businesses should know about the Oregon DHS background check process” (coauthor), Portland Business Journal, Nov. 2018
  • “Lightning Round: Stay Anchored With Top 10 Practical Tips,” SHRM/Stoel Rives 16th Annual Labor and Employment Law Conference, Feb. 2018
  • “Exploring the Rough Waters of Wage and Hour Issues,” SHRM/Stoel Rives 16th Annual Labor and Employment Law Conference, Feb. 2018
  • “Labor and Employment Breakfast Briefing: Oregon Legislative Update,” Stoel Rives LLP, Oct. 2017
  • Trump NLRB Shakes Up the Labor World in Striking Down Numerous Obama Board Decisions” (coauthor), Stoel Rives World of Employment blog, Dec. 2017
  • Department of Labor Seeks Input on New Rules for White Collar Exemptions” (coauthor), Stoel Rives World of Employment blog, Aug. 2017
  • OSHA Rescinds Rule on Union Reps Participating in Safety Walk-Throughs,” Stoel Rives World of Employment blog, May 2017
  • Breaking: Court Rules Against Double Overtime for Oregon Manufacturing Employers” (coauthor), Stoel Rives World of Employment blog, March 2017
  • “Issues Facing Employers with a Primarily “Graying” Workforce and a Primarily “Millennial” Workforce,” SHRM/Stoel Rives 15th Annual Labor and Employment Law Conference, March 2017
  • “Wage and Hour Update (Focus on New Oregon Paycheck Law and Check-in on DOL Exempt Status Rules),” SHRM/Stoel Rives 15th Annual Labor and Employment Law Conference, March 2017
  • “Wage and Hour: A Course in Legal Diagnostics,” Stoel Rives Breakfast Seminar, June 8, 2016
  • “Significant Wage and Hour Pitfalls,” SHRM/Stoel Rives 14th Annual Labor and Employment Law Conference, March 2016
  • The Ninth Circuit Joins Its Sister Circuits in Ruling That an Employee Who Threatens Co-Workers with Violence Is Not “Qualified” Under the ADA” (coauthor), Stoel Rives World of Employment blog, July 2015
  • NLRB Final Rule: “Quickie” Elections are Now Reality” (coauthor), Stoel Rives World of Employment blog, Dec. 2014
  • “Wage and Hour Basics,” SHRM Rogue Valley Chapter May Legal Seminar, May 15, 2014
  • “Litigation 101: What Every HR Professional Should Know,” SHRM/Stoel Rives 12th Annual Labor and Employment Law Conference, March 2014
  • “ORS 652.150: Tips to Address and Resolve Loopholes in the Statute's 12-Day Safe Harbor Provision,” The Verdict, OADC, 2014
  • “Supreme Court Holds ‘Donning and Doffing’ Protective Equipment Qualifies as ‘Changing Clothes,’ ” The Verdict, OADC, 2014
  • “OFCCP Compliance Update,” SHRM/Stoel Rives 11th Annual Labor and Employment Law Conference, Feb. 2013
  • Court of Appeals Interprets Definition of “Independent Contractor” Under ORS 670.600,” Stoel Rives World of Employment blog, Dec. 2012
  • Oregon Court of Appeals Upholds Wrongful Discharge Claim By Whistleblowing Prison Guard,” Stoel Rives World of Employment blog, Nov. 2012
  • “Assessing a Disparate Impact Claim After Ricci v. De Stafano,” OSB Civil Rights Newsletter, Dec. 2011
  • “Avoid a $20M Class Action Lawsuit,”Daily Journal of Commerce, Oct. 2011
  • “Changes Coming for Enforcing Arbitration Agreements in Employment,”Cascade Business News, Sept. 2011
  • “Case Provides Lessons for Employers,” Daily Journal of Commerce, July 2011
  • “Oregon's Final Pay Check Law: Steps to Avoid Easy Mistakes,” Daily Journal of Commerce, Oct. 2010
  • “Damage Control: Two Proposals to Limit the Reach and Effect of Oregon's Wrongful Discharge Tort,” Lewis & Clark Law Review, 2008



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