Reinisch Wilson Weier PC Workers' Compensation Defense and Employment Law

Reinisch Wilson Weier attorneys attend the WCCA Fall Seminar

By Reinisch Wilson Weier PC - on: Oct 11, 2017
Attorneys from Reinisch Wilson Weier PC presented and greeted at the Fall Seminar hosted by the Oregon Workers’ Compensation Claims Association October 10, 2017, in Wilsonville. Casondra Albrecht and Kelly Niemeyer presented “The Game of Compensability: Comparing and contrasting compensability issues in Oregon and Washington,” which investigated compensability issues for injuries that occurred in the HBO […]

Matthew Fisher presents at IAIABC annual meeting

By Reinisch Wilson Weier PC - on: Oct 06, 2017
Reinisch Wilson Weier PC Partner Matthew Fisher co-presented with Sherry Hickey, Assistant Vice President of Medical Management for Safety National, October 5 at the 2017 IAIABC Annual Convention held in Portland, Oregon. The session discussed the challenges and potential usage of medical marijuana in workers’ compensation. Click here to read more about the presentation at […]

The Washington Supreme Court provides new guidance for third-party claims

By Anna McFaul - on: Oct 05, 2017
The Supreme Court of Washington issued a new decision September 7, 2017, outlining the Department of Labor and Industries’ ability to pursue a third-party claim as well as what damages the Department may recover with such a claim. In Carrera v. Olmstead[1], the 19-year-old claimant’s right hand was severed in a workplace conveyor machine from […]

Seattle Rhinos are on the move!

By Reinisch Wilson Weier PC - on: Sep 22, 2017
Beginning October 1, 2017, the Seattle office of Reinisch Wilson Weier PC has moved to the East Side. Our new physical & mailing address (near Factoria) is: 15395 SE 30th Place, Suite 230 Bellevue, WA 98007 206-622-7940 As we get settled, please route faxes to our Portland offices: 503-452-7266 No changes to the Portland office.

Careful hearing methods key to Oregon Appeals Court ruling in Greenblatt

By Jerry Keene, Guest Writer - on: Sep 19, 2017
The Oregon Court of Appeals issued-decision August 30, 2017, in the case of Greenblatt vs. Symantec Corporation,[1] affirmed the Board’s Order on Review that claimant waived or failed to preserve several key arguments that, if considered, might easily have persuaded the court to rule the other way. The court also determined that the way the case […]

Client Service

I serve clients as both counselor and advocate. My role as counselor includes careful listening, evaluating issues, presenting options, explaining the law, and guiding decisions. As advocate, I promote my client’s position and zealously fight to serve their best interests based on the facts, circumstances and law as every case is different and should be evaluated on its own merits. I effectively serve clients as their counselor and advocate by being open and honest, direct and assured, detailed and decisive, reasonable and practical, and responsive and reliable. Those who know me know that my word means something and I do what I say I am going to do.

Education

  • Juris Doctor,William Mitchell College of Law, St. Paul, Minnesota, 2003
    • Assistant Editor, William Mitchell Law Review
  • Bachelor of Science, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1996
  • Associate Degree, University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley, Menasha, Wisconsin, 1993

Activities

Memberships and Community

  • Multnomah Bar Association
    • Professionalism Committee
  • Board Member, Girls on the Run Portland Metro
  • Secretary, Oregon State Bar Unlawful Practice of Law Committee
  • Oregon Women Lawyers
  • Trial Judge, Lewis & Clark Law School Moot Court Mock Trial Competition

Recent publications

  • Co-author, Rights of Veterans and Military Servicemembers. Oregon State Bar (2017 ed.)

Personal

Mary enjoys running (finishing nine marathons to date), gardening, hiking, tennis, gourmet cooking, reading and exploring Oregon.