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Tonkon Torp’s Jeff Bradford Joins Federal Bar Association Board
Tonkon Torp attorney Jeff Bradford has been appointed to the board of directors of the Federal Bar Association (FBA), Oregon Chapter. Bradford is an associate in the firm’s Litigation Department. He focuses his practice on breach of contract actions…
Tonkon Torp Hosts “Show Me the Money” Primers for Entrepreneurs
Tonkon Torp’s Entrepreneurial Services practice group recently hosted the final program in its “Show Me the Money” series, designed to help start-up companies understand funding issues in connection with the launch and growth of their businesses. The…
Neuman Discusses Wells with Portland Realtors
Jan Neuman spoke to realtors in Oregon City and East Multnomah County about water wells at Stewart Title educational sessions held on June 3 and June 24. Jan provided an overview and covered common questions about domestic wells on rural and suburban…
Steven Wilker Discusses No-Fly Ruling on Local News
Tonkon Torp litigation attorney Steven Wilker was interviewed on KGW and KOIN about yesterday's ruling by U.S. District Court Judge Anna Brown ordering the government to change their rules and procedures regarding the no-fly list. Steven appeared in…
Denton Provides Perspective to Auto Dealers on Buy-Sell Issues
Tonkon Torp co-sponsored the 2014 Northwest Dealership Seminar held on June 18 in Lake Oswego, OR. At the event, Justin Denton participated on a panel along with three other industry experts to discuss pressing Buy-Sell developments.
Petersen and Delano Discuss PURPA with Oregon’s Solar Industry
Tonkon Torp sponsored the Solar Oregon Solar Now! University on June 13 in Hillsboro, OR. During the event, David Petersen and Duncan Delano gave a presentation on “Requiring Utilities to Buy Solar Power under PURPA.”
Corbett & Wilker Deliver Primer on Data Security and Breach Response
Sherrill Corbett and Steven Wilker presented a June 12 Continuing Legal Education seminar on the hot topic of data security and breach response for members of the Oregon Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel.
David Forman Moderates Panel on Making the Most of Investing Situations
Tonkon Torp’s Entrepreneurial Services group was a program sponsor for the Angel Capital Association’s Northwest Regional Meeting held in Portland on June 4. David Forman moderated a panel discussion during which seasoned angels shared their…
Tonkon Torp Hosts Northwest Art Council for Meeting and Art Tour
Tonkon Torp hosted the Northwest Art Council of the Portland Art Museum for their annual meeting and a tour of the art in our offices on June 10. Ingolf Noto, Tom Palmer, and Joe Voboril led Tonkon's involvement with the event and chaperoned our…
Creps Explains Ins and Outs of Portland Sick Leave Policy
Labor & employment lawyer Clay Creps was a faculty speaker at a June 4 webcast to employers on Portland’s “Protected Sick Time" Ordinance, which went into effect on January 1, 2014.
Seven Tonkon Torp Practices Recognized in 2014 by Chambers USA
Seven Tonkon Torp practice groups have earned recognition in the newly released 2014 edition of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business.
Environmental & Natural Resources Group Hosts Annual Tryon Creek Ivy Pull
On June 7, Tonkon Torp's Environmental & Natural Resources practice group hosted their fifth annual invasive ivy pull at Tryon Creek State Park. Max Miller led the event and hosted a post-pull lunch for his fellow volunteers, including Tonkon…
Pro Bono Opportunity Change Lives: Helping Juvenile Sex Offenders with Registration Relief
Multnomah Lawyer published the below article, in their June 2014 issue. The article is about the CLiF project and their efforts to recruit more attorney volunteers. Tonkon Torp attorneys Gwen Griffith and Vicki Ballou banded together in 2011 to…
Tonkon Torp Makes Donation to Literary Arts
Tonkon Torp made a donation to Literary Arts, a nonprofit with the mission of engaging readers, supporting writers, and inspiring the next generation with great literature. Tom Palmer organized the contribution, which was made in tribute to Tonkon…