Terry W. Baker Retired Partner/InactiveOne of Tonkon Torp’s founding partners, Terry’s practice included litigation for product liability, eminent domain, and contract cases. Terry received the Heisman Trophy in 1962.503.802.2019 email@example.com
Eric Beach Retired Partner/Inactive
Eric was a member of our Intellectual Property, Entrepreneurial Services, and Information Privacy & Security groups. His practice focused on advising clients on the value and business impacts of intellectual property, creating and negotiating technology and software licenses, and protecting clients’ trademark, patent, copyright, and trade secret rights through litigation in both federal and state court.503.802.2182 firstname.lastname@example.org
Bruce Berning Retired Partner/Inactive
Bruce had over 30 years of broad business and corporate law experience, including corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, commercial law, and contracts.503.802.2012 email@example.com
Paul Cosgrove Retired
Paul Cosgrove retired with more than 30 years of experience in government relations and business law.
Morris J. Galen Retired Partner/Inactive
A Tonkon Torp founding partner, Morris had a long-running legal practice focused on counseling closely held businesses in their wide ranging legal and financial problems.503.802.2002 firstname.lastname@example.org
Corbett Gordon Retired/Inactive
Corbett joined the Labor & Employment group at Tonkon Torp in 2013 after 11 years as a founder and senior counsel in the Portland office of Fisher & Phillips.
Jeffrey Keeney Retired Partner/Inactive
Jeff’s real estate practice included acquisitions and sales, financing, commercial leasing, and land use permitting. He represented local, regional, and national property owners and developers in a wide range of transactional matters and assisted clients in land use proceedings before local governments.503.802.2025 email@example.com
Albert N. Kennedy Deceased Partner
Al Kennedy passed away in December 2022. Through his four decades at Tonkon Torp, his positive impact on the firm and his clients was profound. Al was an exceptional lawyer, partner, mentor, and friend.
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Al’s practice focused on complex corporate reorganizations and restructuring. He had expertise in all areas of commercial, bankruptcy, and creditors’ rights law. He represented creditors (including a variety of financial institutions) and debtors in bankruptcy proceedings, commercial litigation, and real estate foreclosures before both federal and state courts. He also had extensive experience in the negotiation and documentation of out-of-court workouts and commercial loan transactions.
Al joined Tonkon Torp in 1984, becoming a partner in 1986.
William (Rick) F. Martson Jr. Retired Partner/Inactive
Rick’s practice covered securities, shareholders rights, defense of accountants, environmental, and natural resources litigation. He tried over 200 cases and 75 injunctive proceedings.
Max M. Miller Jr. Retired Partner
Max retired from Tonkon Torp’s Environmental & Natural Resources Practice Group after practicing law for 40 years, with a broad range of experience in transactional counsel and litigation representation. He used his extensive knowledge in environmental, natural resources, energy, and land-use law, to helps businesses resolve disputes regarding federal, state, and local regulations. Max was a key figure in promoting and supporting sustainability issues and programs, both at the firm and in the broader legal community.503.802.2030 firstname.lastname@example.org
Janet Neuman Retired Senior Counsel
Jan retired in 2023 as Senior Counsel with Tonkon Torp’s Water Law and Environmental & Natural Resources practice groups. She represented clients in a variety of water and natural-resource-related matters, including obtaining, transferring, and protecting water rights for both groundwater and surface water. Jan is considered one of the foremost water law specialists in Oregon and is nationally recognized as a water law scholar.503.802.5722 email@example.com
Darcy Norville Retired Partner
During her impressive tenure at Tonkon Torp, Darcy was the first female attorney to serves as firm Managing Partner, during which time she helped kick-start and modernize the firm’s Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion efforts, launched a successful firm-wide rebrand, and developed a vital new strategic plan to guide the firm’s future development. Darcy’s practice focused on general business and corporate law. She worked with clients in the insurance and financial services industry on a wide variety of matters, including regulatory compliance, privacy laws, contract drafting, and general corporate matters. Darcy’s practice also emphasized executive compensation, ERISA, and employee benefits counsel.503.802.2036 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ingolf Noto Retired Partner/Inactive
Ingolf became a partner with the firm in 1985. His practice emphasized federal, state, and international taxation.503.802.2113 email@example.com
Ned Perry Retired Partner/Inactive
Ned joined the firm in 1984 and was a partner from 1991 until retiring at the end of 2019. His litigation practice emphasized complex real property, contract, and construction disputes.
Scott Seidman Retired Partner/Inactive
Scott handled business disputes for clients at trial and on appeal for over three decades. His areas of expertise included antitrust, labor and employment, energy, and tax law disputes.
George C. Spencer Retired Partner/Inactive
Before his retirement in 2018, George represented individuals and businesses on a wide range of issues in their personal, commercial, and corporate activities.503.802.2014 firstname.lastname@example.org