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Best Lawyers in America® Names 50 Tonkon Torp Attorneys to 2013 List
Lawyers from Tonkon Torp LLP continue to earn the high regard and professional respect of their peers and litigation adversaries. This year, 50 Tonkon Torp lawyers - well more than half of the firm's partners - were selected by their peers for…
Tonkon Torp Attorney on Future Energy Conference Panel
Tonkon Torp energy and land use attorney David Petersen recently participated on a panel at the Future Energy Conference in Portland. The panel discussed how to build local acceptance for renewable energy projects, including strategies and tools for…
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.
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…
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…
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 Energy Lawyer Discusses Utility-scale Solar Projects
Energy attorney David Petersen will participate in a panel discussion April 26th on the development of utility-scale solar projects in Oregon. The panel is part of the NW Solar Expo, a weeklong conference and clean technology showcase at the Oregon…
Tonkon Torp Purchases Renewable Energy Certificates
In its continued commitment to create and demonstrate sustainability and social responsibility values in its law practice, Tonkon Torp has purchased Renewable Energy Certificates known as "green tags" to offset its 2011 carbon emissions from…
Tonkon Torp Facilitates Oregon's Growing Solar Energy Resources
More and more "thin-film" solar panels are appearing on the rooftops of Portland metropolitan area buildings, thanks to the work of Tonkon Torp's Energy Practice Group.
Tonkon Torp Attorney Earns Sustainable Leadership Award
Tonkon Torp's Max M. Miller, Jr. has been honored by the Oregon State Bar with one of two new awards for Sustainable Leadership. Miller earned the award in recognition of his volunteer leadership in moving the legal profession to embrace…
Tonkon Torp earns high rankings in just-released U.S. News Best Law Firms Listing
Tonkon Torp's focus on and reputation for handling complex business matters was clearly evident in its rankings in the inaugural edition of the U.S. News & World Report-Best Lawyers "Best Law Firms" publication released this week.
Tonkon Torp cited as one of 100 best green companies in Oregon
Tonkon Torp earned a place on Oregon Business magazine's 2010 list of "100 Best Green Companies to Work For" and was recently honored at a luncheon hosted by the magazine. The designation is based on results from a portion of the annual Oregon…
Renewables Spur Growth of Tonkon Torp's Energy Practice Group and Appointment of New Co-Chairs
Located on what is arguably the frontier of U.S. renewable energy development, lawyers in Tonkon Torp's energy practice group are finding their reputation in the traditional energy arena is leading to increasing work in solar, wind and other…
Schuster Discusses Endangered Species Act for American Bar Association
Jeanette Schuster was a speaker at the American Bar Association’s Business Law Section meeting on “Hot Environmental Topics” in Denver, Colorado. Schuster’s presentation covered the Endangered Species Act and the impact of wildlife issues on…