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Email Etiquette for Young Lawyers

In his article for the October issue of Multnomah Lawyer, Tonkon Torp business attorney Michael Willes discusses the importance of mastering email etiquette for young lawyers. Taking a conscientious approach to one's communications and respecting the…
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The Consequences of Bagley v. Mt Bachelor, Inc. for Negligence Releases and Other Contract Provisions

In his article published in the Summer 2015 issue of the Litigation Journal, Michael Willes reviews the Oregon Supreme Court's 2014 decision in Bagley v. Mt. Bachelor, Inc. The Court struck down Mt. Bachelor ski resort’s anticipatory negligence…
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Oregon Recognizes Inconvenient-Forum Doctrine

Michael Willes discussed Espinoza v. Evergreen Helicopters, Inc., in a "Recent Case Notes" article published in The Verdict, a quarterly publication of the Oregon Association of Defense Counsel. In the case, the Court of Appeals recognized that…
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Tonkon Torp Litigation Department Adds Two Lawyers

Sarah Villanueva and Michael Willes, two experienced trial attorneys, have joined the Litigation Department at Tonkon Torp LLP. Villanueva was an Assistant Attorney General in the Oregon Dept. of Justice, where she developed litigation and…
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