We think like a business

so you don’t have to think like a lawyer.

We think like a business

so you don’t have to
think like a lawyer.

Meet Our Attorneys

We bring the right people, the right questions, and the right counsel to every client relationship.

We support our clients with uncommonly responsive service, pragmatic thinking, straight talk, humor, and expert support — and have since 1974.

iStock-875508482

Meet Our Attorneys

We bring the right people, the right questions, and the right counsel to every client relationship

We support our clients with uncommonly responsive service, pragmatic thinking, straight talk, humor, and expert support — and have since 1974.

No matter the size or complexity of your business

When it comes to running a business, legal issues should take a back seat to strategic solutions. How can the law advance your vision, support your work, and protect both your interests and your progress?

Taking this perspective is what we do at Tonkon Torp. We’re dedicated to thinking like a business, so you don’t have to think like a lawyer. Our team of collaborative, business-savvy attorneys is here to help.

iStock-183837202

No matter the size or complexity of your business

When it comes to running a business, legal issues should take a back seat to strategic solutions. How can the law advance your vision, support your work, and protect both your interests and your progress?

Taking this perspective is what we do at Tonkon Torp. We’re dedicated to thinking like a business, so you don’t have to think like a lawyer. Our team of collaborative, business-savvy attorneys is here to help.

t_white

Tonkon Torp Wins Ballot Challenge at Oregon Supreme Court

Tonkon Torp’s Government Solutions Practice Group is celebrating the release of an Oregon Supreme Court opinion in favor of its client, Associated General Contractors (AGC). AGC, represented by Michael Salsgiver as a named petitioner, petitioned for additional review of the Attorney General’s certified ballot title for Initiative Petition 41 (IP 41). IP 41 is a proposed amendment to the Oregon constitution that, if passed, would require approval by the voters of nearby counties before a public body could assess a toll on any part of an Oregon highway, unless that toll was in operation before January 1, 2018.

In the news

We aim to deliver more than just traditional legal advice, and that starts by putting ourselves in the shoes of our clients.