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TeAnna Rice

TeAnna Rice

  • Employment Law
  • Oregon
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TeAnna started at Stevens & Legal as a law clerk in 2019, and then was hired as an associate attorney in 2020 after graduating from law school. A native of Newberg, she handles the firm's immigration cases, while also handling employment law and consumer protection cases, amongst others.

Born and raised in Newberg, Oregon, TeAnna has spent her entire life in the beautiful state of Oregon. In 2011 she attended Willamette University College of Arts & Sciences, earning a dual degree in History and Archaeology. After graduating, she spent a year in Grants Pass, Oregon, before returning to Willamette to attend Willamette University College of Law, earning her juris doctorate in 2020.

During her time in law school, TeAnna was actively involved in Willamette University College of Law’s Immigration Clinic. She handled various types of immigration cases, ranging from adjustment of status applications to asylum applications. She was also an active board member of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, International Lusk Chapter for three years.

Prior to Stevens & Legal, she worked in the service industry, and for the Chehalem Park & Recreation District in Yamhill County. TeAnna enjoys weird history, Disney, and the paranormal. She is an avid traveler, having visited Jordan and Turkey, among other places.

Practice Area
Employment Law
Employee Benefits, Employment Contracts, Employment Discrimination, Overtime & Unpaid Wages, Sexual Harassment, Whistleblower, Wrongful Termination
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Fees
  • Free Consultation
    Always willing to speak with you to determine if you have anything worth moving forward with. With that being said, consultations are generally limited to 30 minutes, unless additional time is needed.
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Contingent Fees
    Most of my plaintiff-side employment services are provided on a contingency basis, which essentially means "No win, no fee". You do not owe me anything up front, and I only collect my fees if we are successful in recovering some form of monetary damages in your case.
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    We accept a multitude of payments.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Oregon
Oregon State Bar
ID Number: 205141
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Education
Willamette University College of Law
J.D. (2020)
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Willamette University
B.A. (2015) | History, Archaeology, Religious Studies
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Professional Associations
Oregon State Bar  # 205141
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Current
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Oregon Trial Lawyer's Association
Member
- Current
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Multnomah County Bar
Member
- Current
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Phi Alpha Delta
- Current
Activities: Alumni Member
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Websites & Blogs
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21 Questions Answered
Q. Can you get terminated for referring to your company as "woke" when talking to a coworker? I am not an at will employee.
A: If you're not an at-will employee in the State of Oregon, then you must be part of a union. Contact your union representative about what has occurred.
Q. Is there motion for installment payments option in Oregon garnishment?
A: While you can certainly try to reach some form of installment agreement with them, there is no legal requirement that they have to agree to installment plans. The best approach would be to demonstrate to them that it would be better they agree to an installment plan as it means you are paying them some kind of money on a routine basis, versus the collection route, which may result in the inability to collect anything from you - they will most likely weigh the cost vs. benefit. However, they have a valid judgment (which they renewed based on your post, so it is good for another 10 years), and have no legal obligation to agree to an installment plan.
Q. hi, can you file a lawsuit against employer for intentionally putting employee's health a risk?
A: File a complaint with OSHA.
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Stevens & Legal
1915 NE Stucki Avenue
Suite 308
Hillsboro, OR 97006
Telephone: (971) 533-6178
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