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Tonkon Torp Donates to Oregon Lawyers Against Hunger

Tonkon Torp was proud to contribute $13,792 to the 2018 Oregon Lawyers Against Hunger (OLAH) campaign. The money was raised through contributions by staff and attorneys, and a direct donation by the firm of $2,000. This donation will enable the…
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Stare Decisis at the Oregon Supreme Court

Tonkon Torp litigator Michael Willes authored an article inspired by the recent decision in Horton v. Oregon Health and Sciences University for the Fall 2018 issue of the Oregon State Bar Litigation Journal.
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Haley Morrison Speaks at Nonprofit Association of Oregon on Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

On November 15, Tonkon Torp partner Haley Morrison co-led a workshop for the Nonprofit Association of Oregon regarding sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace
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Darian Stanford Talks Lotteries at Global Gaming Expo

Tonkon Torp attorney Darian Stanford was a featured panelist at the Global Gaming Expo (G2E) held in Las Vegas. The panel, International Masters of Gaming Law Masterclass on Lotteries, discussed the latest developments in lotteries around the world…
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Sherrill Corbett Speaks about Pacific Foods Sale at Business Transition Seminar

On November 15, Tonkon Torp sponsored a business transition seminar with Geffen Mesher, CVF Capital Partners, and First Republic Investment Management. The event was held at the Multnomah Athletic Club for nearly 90 local business leaders and…
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Tonkon Torp Donates to Multnomah Bar Foundation

Tonkon Torp made a donation in support of the Multnomah Bar Foundation (MBF). Abby Landon, who serves on the MBF board, organized the donation.
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Robert Koch Joins Advisory Board of Camp Kesem

Tonkon Torp attorney Robert Koch has joined the Advisory Board of Camp Kesem at the University of Oregon. Kesem is a national organization that provides free summer camps and community events to children impacted by a parent’s cancer.
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Caroline Harris Crowne Shares Complex Trial Experience at OSB CLE

On November 14, Tonkon Torp partner Caroline Harris Crowne spoke on a panel that offered an in-depth look into the complex proceedings of a seven-week federal criminal jury trial involving executives from the former Bank of Oswego. Caroline served as…
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Tonkon Torp Welcomes Attorney Josh Smith as it Absorbs Alto Law Group

Tonkon Torp welcomes Alto Law Group's Josh Smith to the firm, where he will be practicing in the Entrepreneurial Services, Intellectual Property, and Mergers & Acquisitions practice groups. Smith is joining the firm as a partner as Tonkon Torp…
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November Tonkon Talk Focuses on Business Immigration for Startups

At the November 7 Tonkon Talk, attorneys from the firm’s Business Immigration Practice Group introduced business immigration issues that impact entrepreneurs, startups, and technology companies.
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Clay Creps Provides Disability Accommodations Framework at OADC Seminar

On November 2, Tonkon Torp labor and employment attorney Clay Creps spoke at the fall seminar of the Oregon Association of Defense Counsel. Clay’s presentation focused on accommodating physical and mental disabilities in the workplace.
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Tonkon Torp Sponsors 2018 Human Solutions Auction and Gala

Tonkon Torp was a silver table sponsor at Human Solutions' annual "Soar with Us" fundraiser auction and gala on November 17. Jon Stride attended the event along with his wife and Ned Perry. Tonkon donated the rest of their table tickets to Human…
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Tonkon Torp Sponsors 2018 YRJ Gala

Tonkon Torp was a Presenting Sponsor at the 10th Annual Justice is Sweet Gala held by Youth, Rights & Justice (YRJ) on November 15. Megan Reuther, a member of the YRJ Board, organized Tonkon's involvement with the event and attended along with a…
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Sarah Einowski Recognized by OSB for Pro Bono Contribution

On October 25, Tonkon Torp attorney Sarah Einowski was honored at the 2018 Annual Pro Bono Fair as one of just 33 attorneys in Oregon who reported over 200 hours of pro bono time in 2017. Sarah’s hours were dedicated to seven ACLU cases that Tonkon…
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Pro Bono for the Non-Litigator

Owen Blank and Jarell Hunt have written an article on "Pro Bono for the Non-Litigator," published in the November issue of Multnomah Lawyer. In the article, the two lawyers share their expeirence working with Lewis & Clark's Small Businss Legal…
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Tonkon Torp Hosts TiE Entrepreneurs for Blockchain Discussion

Tonkon Torp's Entrepreneurial Service Practice Group hosted a special interest group of entrepreneurs and business professionals from TiE Oregon for a November 13 educational event on blockchain technology. Tyler Harkness organized Tonkon's…
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Jeff Bradford Accepted into Leadership Portland

Tonkon Torp litigation attorney Jeff Bradford was accepted into the 2019 class of Leadership Portland, an annual program offered by the Portland Business Alliance (PBA) to cultivate and develop community leaders. Each year, PBA selects rising…
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Frank Weiss Covers Insurance Fundamentals at Northwest Insurance Law Seminar

Tonkon Torp litigation attorney Frank Weiss was a featured faculty member at the October 25 Northwest Insurance Law seminar. Frank presented a comprehensive “Insurance 101” overview. His talk covered insurance fundamentals, including: nuts and bolts…
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Tonkon Torp Sponsors Rock' n' Roll Camp for Girls Awards Dinner

Tonkon Torp was a Silver Album sponsor at the Rock 'n' Roll Camp for Girls Amp Awards on November 9. Parna Mehrbani, who serves on the Camp's Advisory Board, organized Tonkon Torp's involvement with the event.
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Tonkon Torp Attorneys Share Magical Estate Planning Lessons from the World of Harry Potter

On October 24, attorneys from Tonkon Torp’s Estate Planning Practice Group cast a spell during an engaging program that delivered valuable estate planning lessons through scenarios featuring the beloved characters and families from the Harry Potter…
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