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Skerritt Reappointed to Lead Oregon Trial Lawyers Group
Tonkon Torp litigator Daniel H. Skerritt has been reappointed to chair the Oregon chapter of the American College of Trial Lawyers for a second year.
Tonkon Torp Lawyer to Speak at Go Green 2011 Sustainability Conference
Max M. Miller, Jr., Tonkon Torp environmental attorney, is among the expert panelists speaking at GoGreen Portland, a full-day conference on sustainability scheduled for October 4, 2011 at the Gerding Theater in Portland.
Trade Secret Law Subject of Presentation for Young Lawyers
Tonkon Torp attorneys David Aman and Jon Stride spoke about "Basics of Trade Secret Law" on September 22 as part of a Continuing Legal Education series on intellectual property law hosted by the Multnomah Bar Association Young Lawyers Section.
Best Lawyers in America® Names 40 Tonkon Torp Attorneys to 2012 List
40 Tonkon Torp lawyers representing 64 percent of the firm's partners were selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2012.
Tonkon Torp Lawyer Appointed to Federal Bar Association Board
Tonkon Torp attorney Colin Love-Geiger has joined the board of directors of the Federal Bar Association, Oregon Chapter.
Tonkon Torp Attorney Writes Comprehensive Book on Oregon Water Law
Tonkon Torp attorney Janet Neuman, considered one of the foremost water policy experts in the Pacific Northwest, has written a new book that details the law of water and water rights in Oregon.
Detrimental Reliance Not Required To Get Actual Damages Under FCBA
Tonkon Torp attorney Anna Sortun achieved a victory before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, which found that a credit card holder does not have to prove detrimental reliance to recover actual damages from a credit card company for…
Tonkon Torp's Norville to Chair Multnomah Bar's Group Insurance Committee
Tonkon Torp partner Darcy M. Norville has been appointed to chair the Multnomah Bar Association's Group Insurance Committee.
Tonkon Torp Litigator Appointed to Multnomah Bar's Professionalism Committee
Tonkon Torp litigator Frank J. Weiss has been appointed to serve a three-year term on the Multnomah Bar Association's Professionalism Committee.
Tonkon Torp Litigator to Serve on Judicial Screening Committee
Tonkon Torp litigatorJon P. Stride has been appointed to a three-year term on the Multnomah Bar Association's Judicial Screening Committee.
Tonkon Torp Tax Attorney Authors Federal Income Tax Book
Gwendolyn Griffith, chair of the Tax and Employee Benefits Practice Group at Tonkon Torp, has written a new law student study guide, Basic Federal Income Tax, 4th edition.
Kennedy Presents CLE on Bankruptcy Valuation Strategies
Tonkon Torp attorney Albert N. Kennedy will be co-presenter of a Continuing Legal Education seminar on "Strategies for Valuation in Bankruptcy" later this month in Bend, Oregon.
Tonkon Torp Lawyer Elected to Forest Park Conservancy's Board
The Forest Park Conservancy's board of directors elected Tonkon Torp attorney Ryan Bledsoe to join the nonprofit's board.
Palmer Moderates Panel Discussion of Corporate Issues Related to IT
Tonkon Torp attorney Tom Palmer will moderate a panel discussion on "Oversight of Information Security Risks: Considerations for Directors" at a September 13 event hosted by the Northwest Chapter of the National Association of Corporate Directors…
19 Tonkon Torp Attorneys Named to 2011 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars Lists
Nineteen attorneys at Tonkon Torp LLP have been named to the national 2011 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists.
Four of Firm's Attorneys Identified as Oregon "Litigation Stars"
Tonkon Torp has again been named a recommended firm in the 5th edition of Benchmark Litigation, the Guide to America's Leading Litigation Firms and Attorneys.
Wind Energy Facilities: Real or Personal Property?
In a "Plugged In Column" for the DJC, Kimberlee Stafford discusses evaluating new title insurance endorsements available in Oregon that are specific to wind energy projects.
Tonkon Torp Remembers Senator Hatfield
Tonkon Torp extends its condolences to the family of Senator Mark O. Hatfield. One of Oregon's most respected statesmen in every sense of the word, Senator Hatfield demonstrated intelligent, principled thinking on a myriad of issues affecting…
Renewable Portfolio Standards Face Constitutional Challenges
In a "Plugged In" column for the Daily Journal of Commerce, Jeanne Chamberlain discusses how renewable energy has become mainstream, with more than half of this nation's states now possessing mandatory renewable energy portfolio standards. As…