Apr 17, 2015
Lauren Wallace Judges New Venture Championships
Apr 17, 2015
Haley Miller Morrison Joins Tonkon Torp’s Labor & Employment Practice
Apr 16, 2015
Corbett Gordon Gives HR Pros Tools for Tough Conversations
Apr 15, 2015
David Rabbino Gives Business Owners Brownfields Perspective
Apr 14, 2015
Tatiana Perry and Jessica Morgan Offer Information Privacy and Security Insights
Apr 13, 2015
When Is an Appraisal Provision in a Contract an "Arbitration Agreement?"
Apr 09, 2015
Owen Blank Honored with Bar Association Pro Bono Award
Apr 08, 2015
USCIS Announces FY2016 H-1B Cap Reached
Apr 03, 2015
Tonkon Torp Hosts Entrepreneurs Event
Apr 01, 2015
Gwen Griffith Article Highlights Latest Oregon Tax Law Decisions Relevant to Tax Practitioners
Mar 31, 2015
Tonkon Torp Hosts Networking Event for Upcoming Law School Grads
Mar 30, 2015
18 Tonkon Torp Attorneys Are Named Leaders in Their Field by Peers and Clients
Mar 27, 2015
Tonkon Torp Recognized as a Defender of Justice
Mar 25, 2015
Melina LaMorticella Discusses INA 204(I) at Immigration Law Conference
Mar 24, 2015
David Petersen Leads Tonkon Torp Real Estate & Land Use Practice
Mar 23, 2015
Melany Savitt Presents at Northwest Immigration Law Conference
Mar 23, 2015
David Rabbino Testifies on Behalf of CLiF
Mar 20, 2015
Tonkon Torp Holds Free Legal Clinic to Entrepreneurs
Mar 19, 2015
Alan Perkins Provides Update on Employment Based Immigration
Mar 18, 2015
David Rabbino Speaks to Beaverton Residents About Brownfields
Mar 17, 2015
Certified Information Privacy Lawyer Joins Tonkon Torp
Mar 16, 2015
Tonkon Torp Earns Gold Certification for Sustainability Efforts
Mar 10, 2015
Jeff Cronn and Claire Brown Discuss Oregon's New Crowdfunding Rule
Mar 09, 2015
Drea Schmidt & Claire Brown Give Primer on Oregon Community Public Offerings Legislation
Mar 06, 2015
Dan Skerritt Provides Insight in Oregon State Bar Master Class
May 21, 2015
Labor & Employment Law Seminar
Apr 02, 2015
Tonkon Torp Litigation Department Spring Party
Nov 05, 2014
Buying or Selling a Website, Part 3 of our 3-Part Series on the Lifecycle of a Website
Oct 30, 2014
Dos and Don'ts for M&A Brokers
Oct 16, 2014
Environmental and Natural Resources Party
Oct 14, 2014
Operating Your Website, Part 2 of our 3-Part Series on Website Law
Sep 30, 2014
I Have an Idea! Now What?
Sep 16, 2014
Developing Your Website, Part 1 of our 3-Part Series on Website Law
Jun 11, 2014
Crowdfunding- Where Are We Now? Part 3 of our "Show Me the Money!" Program for Start-Ups and...
Jun 05, 2014
Mix and Mingle with Environmental Consultant and Commercial Real Estate Broker Colleagues
May 28, 2014
Tax Breakfast Briefing - Choice of Entity in Oregon
May 21, 2014
Been There, Done That! Part 2 of our "Show Me the Money!" Programs for Start-Ups and Business...
May 15, 2014
Labor & Employment Seminar
Why Tonkon?
Community Profiles

Jackson Lewis

Jackson is an affable, buttoned-down estate planning attorney. But once a week he assumes the persona of a loutish, half-Orc fighter in a rousing game of Dungeons & Dragons with a group of Portland lawyers. An avid D&D player as a teen, Jackson rediscovered it when he hosted a parents’ game as a fundraiser for his kids’ school and got a large turnout. The self-avowed “avid indoorsman” comments on how he has matured in his approach to the game. “Before, it was all about looting dungeons and killing monsters. As an adult, it’s really…well, it’s all about looting dungeons and killing monsters.”

Why Tonkon?

The foundation of our business is long-term relationships with clients based on trust. Our clients tell us that there is a "Tonkon Experience" that is distinctive. It is an experience characterized by clients trusting that our lawyers will consistently follow certain principles and practices:
  • We will put our clients' interests first.
  • We will treat you and others with respect.
  • We will provide concise and useful advice.
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Marathon Education Partners

Following the 9/11 attacks, Tonkon Torp attorney Jeff Cronn and his friend and fellow lawyer, Dan Blaufus, brainstormed how to engage their peers and the broader community in an endeavor that would make a positive statement about the future. They determined to tackle the challenge of providing greater opportunity for low-income children to pursue and obtain higher education. Read more ...

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