Corey Tolliver is a partner of Folawn Alterman & Richardson LLP in Portland, Oregon. Corey has experience in all aspects of litigation, from discovery, motion practice, and trial through appeal in state and federal courts. His proven ability to successfully handle complicated, discovery intensive and protracted legal disputes makes him an asset to every client. Most importantly, Corey understands the economies of litigation and strives, in every case, to keep costs down without cutting corners.
His experience as a former small business owner and energy auditor helps him strategically approach each legal dispute from his clients’ perspective. Corey also has extensive experience in project management that allows him to streamline the litigation process and keep costs down. Whether your case is small or large, simple or complex, Corey has the experience and knowledge to help you find a cost effective and positive outcome.
Corey’s primary focus areas are complex corporate, professional malpractice, attorney ethics, fiduciary suits, and securities. He graduated with his J.D. from Lewis & Clark Law School, cum laude and a bachelor’s degree from Portland State University, summa cum laude. While at Lewis & Clark Law School, he was Editor-in-Chief of the Environmental Law Review. Corey also won the U.S. National Championship, and was a two time World Championship Quarterfinalist in the Jessup International Moot Court competition, the largest moot court competition in the world. When not practicing law, Corey spends every moment he can sailing and taking photos, often combining the two.
- Oregon State Bar
- Multnomah Bar Association
- American Bar Association
Admitted to Practice
- S. District Court for District of Oregon