Preserving Bull Run: Looking Deeper into Portland's Water Variance

In an editorial for the Oregonian, Tonkon Water Law expert Janet Neuman celebrates Portland's recent victory in obtaining a variance from the Environmental Protection Agency's treatment standards for Bull Run water. Neuman stresses that the…
Read More

Binding Arbitration - Oregon Dealers Cannot Require Binding Arbitration of Warranty Claims

Steven Wilker discusses recent Court decisions on binding arbitration for the November 2011 edition of the Oregon Automobile Dealers Association Newsletter.
Read More

Tonkon Torp Attorneys Offer Intellectual Property Tips to Entrepreneurs

Attorneys from Tonkon Torp's Intellectual Property Practice Group have created a primer to help entrepreneurs avoid potential IP liability issues.
Read More

Don't Tinker With Washington's Renewable Portfolio Standard

In his November 16, 2011 "Plugged In" article for the Daily Journal of Commerce, David Petersen advocates for the preservation of Washington's initiative I-937, which requires large utilities in the state to acquire 15 percent of their electricity…
Read More

Tonkon Torp's Lewis Elected President of Local Theater Board

Tonkon Torp business attorney Jackson Lewis has been elected president of the board of directors of the Broadway Rose Theater Company for a three-year term. Lewis has served on the board since 2004.
Read More

Tonkon Torp Energy Lawyer Elected to Solar Oregon Board

Tonkon Torp energy and land use attorney David Petersen has been elected to a three-year term on the board of Solar Oregon.
Read More

Tonkon Torp Lawyers Honored for Work on Behalf of Youth

Attorneys from one of Portland's most prominent business law firms were honored recently for their pro bono work to protect the legal rights of a special population of Oregon youth and their families.
Read More

Kotori to Discuss HIPAA Issues

Tonkon Torp attorney Blerina Kotori will discuss current HIPAA requirements for members of Lewis & Clark Law School's Employment Law Society. The November 7, 2011 presentation is on the campus.
Read More

U.S. News "Best Law Firms" Ranks Tonkon Torp Nationally in Five Practice Areas

Tonkon Torp has long had a reputation for high caliber work as a business and complex commercial litigation firm. Today U.S. News & World Report-Best Lawyers released its 2011-2012 edition of the "Best Law Firms" publication and ranked Tonkon Torp…
Read More

Tonkon Torp Transaction Expert Shares Perspective on Current M&A Climate

Tonkon Torp business attorney Jeff Cronn is one of three experts who will discuss trends in the mergers & acquisitions business environment at an upcoming continuing legal education event hosted by the Multnomah Bar Association.
Read More

Tonkon Torp Labor & Employment Expert Discusses E-Discovery

E-Discovery is the topic of a presentation by Tonkon Torp attorney Blerina Kotori on November 10 for the Multnomah Bar Association.
Read More

Al Kennedy Presents on Bankruptcy Trusts

Al Kennedy was a featured speaker at a recent program hosted by the Turnaround Management Association. The topic of his presentation was "Bankruptcy Trusts: One Size Does Not Fit All."
Read More

Tonkon Torp Lawyer Elected to Board of Le Monde Immersion School

Tonkon Torp attorney Shouka Rezvani has been elected to the board of the Le Monde Immersion, a new French language nonprofit seeking public charter school status in the Portland Public School District.
Read More

Surviving Winter - The Ninth Circuit Reaffirms the "Serious Questions" Test for Injunctive Relief

In an article published in the Fall 2011 issue of Litigation Journal, Paul Conable and Frank Weiss discuss the recent opinion authored by Judge William A. Fletcher - Alliance for the Wild Rockies v. Cottrell. In the opinion, the Ninth Circuit held…
Read More

Are Electric Vehicles Green or Brown?

In his October 19, 2011 "Plugged In" article for the Daily Journal of Commerce, David White discusses the green merits of electric vehicles (EVs). While many are concerned that EVs may use energy derived from coal plants, recent studies show that…
Read More

Tonkon Torp Attorneys Named 2012 Portland Lawyer of the Year in Three Practice Specialties

Best Lawyers' 2012 Lawyers of the Year has named three partners from Tonkon Torp LLP as Portland Best Lawyer of the Year for their particular specialties. Albert N. Kennedy was recognized as Litigation - Bankruptcy Lawyer of the Year. Michael M…
Read More

Tonkon Attorneys Offer Advice at National Church Administration Day Event

Tonkon Torp attorneys Krista Hardwick and Colin Love-Geiger are presenting a seminar to help church administrators work effectively with their most valuable assets - employees and volunteers in their church communities.
Read More

Griffith Highlights Current Tax Issues

Tonkon Torp tax attorney Gwendolyn Griffith offers perspective on current tax issues at an upcoming Oregon State Bar continuing legal education seminar.
Read More

Encouraging Lawyers To Adopt Sustainability Goals

In an editorial for Sustainability: The Journal of Record, Max Miller, Jr. encourages lawyers to be advocates for sustainability.
Read More

Tonkon Torp Attorney Honored for Advocacy Work in Immigration

Tonkon Torp business immigration attorney Turid L. Owren is being honored for excellence in advocacy in her advancement of the practice of immigration law. The Oregon Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) will present Owren…
Read More

{{title}}

{{summary}}
Read More