Larissa has over a dozen years of experience at Tonkon Torp and has been working in the firm’s Litigation Department since 2011. As a litigation paralegal, Larissa assists with fact research, discovery analysis, and trial support. She also puts her artistic background to use by creating effective trial graphics and demonstrative exhibits.
Larissa joined Tonkon Torp in 2006 and first worked in the Records and Docketing departments before moving to a legal assistant position in the Bankruptcy and Litigation departments. After several years in that role, she was invited to join Tonkon Torp’s team of litigation paralegals.
A former college athlete in both soccer and softball, Larissa was named to the NCAA Division III All-American Second Team and the Academic All-American First Team as an outfielder in 2002. Larissa was also a member of the Tonkon Torp softball team for multiple years before hanging up her cleats. Now she enjoys watching sports from the stands and loves following the Blazers and the Timbers. And she knows how to juggle.
In 2021, Tonkon Torp defended its client Sprinklr, Inc. in one of the largest Oregon-based commercial lawsuits to be filed in recent years. The complex case between Sprinklr and plaintiff Opal Labs began in 2017 and involved the high-end technology of two sophisticated companies offering services in content marketing.