No. A 7611-16395; CA 16540.

632 P.2d 1295 (1981)

53 Or.App. 604

Les A. OLIVER, Appellant, v. PACIFIC NORTHWEST BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY, a Washington Corporation, North Pacific Lumber Company, an Oregon Corporation, Douglas David, Kenneth L. Fleischman, Donal O'Connor and Reginald A. Justus, Respondents, American Telephone and Telegraph Company, a New York Corporation, Defendant.

Court of Appeals of Oregon.

Decided August 24, 1981.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Garr M. King, Portland, argued the cause for respondent Donal O'Connor. With him on the brief was Kennedy, King & McClurg, Portland.

Donald W. McEwen, Portland, filed the brief for respondent Reginald A. Justus. With him on the brief was McEwen, Newman, Hanna & Gisvold, Portland.

Henry Kantor, Portland, argued the cause for appellant. With him on the briefs was Henry A. Carey, P.C., Portland.

Chris L. Mullmann, Portland, argued the cause for respondent, Pac. Northwest Bell Tel. Co. With him on the brief was Ragen, Roberts, O'Scannlain, Robertson & Neill, Portland.

Jack H. Dunn, Portland, argued the cause for respondent North Pac. Lumber Co. On the brief were G. Kenneth Shiroishi and Morrison, Dunn, Cohen, Miller & Carney, Portland.



Plaintiff seeks general and punitive damages of more than $20 million from Pacific Northwest Bell Telephone (Bell Telephone), North Pacific Lumber Company (North Pacific), and employes and officials of North Pacific, alleging that during his employment at North Pacific and immediately following his departure, his telephone calls to and from the firm were secretly monitored. He claims this action constituted...

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