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Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop. Support from Raphael House Is Unwavering During COVID-19

Navigating stay-at-home orders during COVID-19 has been a challenge at many different levels. But perhaps one of the most sobering realities of the pandemic is that for those living with or surviving domestic violence, staying at home does not equate…
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Steven Wilker Weighs in on National COVID-19 Vaccination Conversation in Newsweek

Tonkon Torp Partner Steven Wilker was extensively quoted in a recent Newsweek article on the possibility of government-mandated COVID-19 vaccinations.
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Sadie Concepción Wins Pro Bono Challenge

Tonkon Torp attorney Sadie Concepción has won the Oregon State Bar’s 2019 New Lawyers Division Pro Bono Challenge Award. Sadie logged an impressive 277 hours of direct legal services last year, including work with The CLiF Project, the District of…
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Oh Baby! Briar Baby Puts Baby Bonnets on Hold to Produce High-Quality Face Masks

Briar Baby had no need to take baby steps when it came to their COVID-19 response. The Vancouver-based company is one of Tonkon Torp’s entrepreneurial clients, and is best known for its modern approach to handmade baby bonnets. The team took…
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Burgerville Treats Essential Workers to Burger Breaks

From physical safety to physical comfort, we are continually impressed by the many ways our local businesses are delivering support directly to essential workers. Tonkon Torp client Burgerville launched its “Burger Break Brigade” at the end of April…
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Three Cheers for Hood River Distillers and Its Efforts to Keep Front Line Workers Safe

In a fine example of adaptive pandemic production, Tonkon Torp client Hood River Distillers will produce 24,000 gallons of hand sanitizer for local first responders, medical facilities, and food service employees by the end of May. As soon as COVID…
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Anna Sortun and Ryan Bledsoe Admitted to International Society of Barristers

Tonkon Torp litigation partners Anna Sortun and Ryan Bledsoe have been admitted as Fellows to the International Society of Barristers. The organization is an honor society that maintains a worldwide membership of less than 750 trial lawyers deemed by…
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Chambers USA Names 20 Tonkon Torp Attorneys in 2020 Ranking

Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business has recognized 20 Tonkon Torp attorneys in seven practice areas in its 2020 USA Guide. Eighteen of the Tonkon Torp attorneys named have been previously ranked by Chambers.
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Sherrill Corbett and Jessica Morgan Explore Cannabis Business Transition Strategies for PBJ Podcast

Sherrill Corbett and Jessica Morgan were featured guests on the April 8 episode of the Portland Business Journal’s Thought Leadership Podcast. Their episode explored smart transition strategies for businesses in the cannabis industry.
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Cascadia Custom Molding Is Running Full Throttle in Battle Against COVID-19

Hats off to Tonkon Torp client Cascadia Custom Molding. The company recently answered an urgent call to help increase the supply of ventilators for critically-ill victims of COVID-19. The plastics company, with facilities in Woodinville, WA, and…
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Danica Hibpshman Joins Tonkon Torp from OLCC

Tonkon Torp LLP welcomes attorney Danica Hibpshman to the firm’s Business Department and Cannabis Industry Group. Hibpshman joins the firm from the State of Oregon, Oregon Liquor Control Commission, where she spent the last five years developing and…
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Tonkon Torp Welcomes New Litigation Attorney

PORTLAND, Ore. (April 7, 2020) Attorney Lauren Bernton has joined Tonkon Torp LLP as an associate in the Litigation Department. Her practice is focused on resolving commercial disputes.
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COVID-19 Business Resources

Tonkon Torp is committed to protecting the health, safety, and well-being of our employees, clients, families, and community. We are continually monitoring the impact of COVID-19 on our business community and will be providing clients with relevant…
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Tonkon Torp Welcomes New Labor & Employment Attorney

PORTLAND, Ore. (March 30, 2020) Tonkon Torp welcomes attorney Christopher Morehead to the firm’s Labor & Employment Practice Group. Morehead works with local, regional, and national employers in industries such as banking, manufacturing, retail…
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Sarah Einowski Joins Portland YouthBuilders Board of Directors

PORTLAND, Ore. (March 18, 2020) Tonkon Torp attorney Sarah Einowski has joined the Board of Directors of Portland YouthBuilders (PYB). The nonprofit serves more than 200 youths a year in a unique wrap-around program that combines high school…
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COVID-19: Service Update

As our nation grapples with the COVID-19 global pandemic, Tonkon Torp is committed to protecting the health, safety, and well-being of our employees, clients, families, and community. We are closely monitoring the ever-changing situation and have…
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Robert Koch Represents the District of Oregon to the Ninth Circuit Conference of Chief District Judges

Tonkon Torp attorney Robert Koch recently represented the District of Oregon at the Ninth Circuit’s Conference of Chief District Judges held in San Diego, CA. The Conference of Chief District Judges brings together the chief judges of the 15 judicial…
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Robert Koch Appointed to Two OSB Section Executive Committees

Tonkon Torp attorney Robert Koch has been appointed to the Executive Committees of the Oregon State Bar (OSB) Appellate Practice and Constitutional Law Sections. The OSB Appellate Practice Section serves state and federal appellate practitioners in…
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Karen Hobson Appointed to Estate Planning Council of Portland

Tonkon Torp attorney Karen Hobson has been appointed to the Board of Directors for the Estate Planning Council of Portland. The nonprofit organization provides educational opportunities for professionals in the estate planning field who practice in…
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James Hein Looks Ahead to 2020 in Thought Leader Forum

Tonkon Torp attorney James Hein was featured in the year-end “Thought Leader Forum” series published by the Portland Business Journal. The Forum interview, conducted in December 2019, looked ahead to 2020 and explored trends in a wide range of topics…
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