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Tonkon Torp Attorneys Explain Oregon's Newest Real Estate Deed
Tonkon Torp estate planning and real estate lawyers Jackson Lewis and Kimberlee Stafford will explain Oregon's new Transfer on Death (TOD) deed at a July 12 meeting of the Rotary Club of East Portland. Effective January 1, 2012, the law allows a real…
Lewis Briefs Closely Held Business Owners on Realizing Hidden Value
Tonkon Torp attorney Jackson Lewis is one of a featured panel of legal, tax and business valuation experts who are presenting a January 18 seminar on how to unlock the value hidden within a closely-held business.
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.
Tonkon Torp Creates Practice Group for Nonprofit Entities
Tonkon Torp has formalized its longstanding work on behalf of nonprofit and charitable organizations by creating a Nonprofit & Tax Exempt Entities practice group. Attorneys in the multidisciplinary group serve the specific needs of all nonprofit…
Tonkon Torp Attorneys Named to Local Nonprofit Boards
Three Tonkon attorneys, Thomas P. Palmer, Steven M. Wilker, and Jackson Lewis have been appointed to the boards for three local nonprofits, Business for Culture & the Arts (BCA), Metropolitan Family Service, and the Oregon Historical Society.
Nonprofit Governance in Challenging Times: Making Wise Decisions<br>Seminar Materials
In today's unpredictable economy, nonprofit boards must learn to adjust to meet the changing needs of their organizations and communities. Nonprofit governance provides the linkage between nonprofit leaders and organizational change.