Yalda Bahramian

Yalda Bahramian

Associate

503.802.5755
yalda.bahramian@tonkon.com

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Services & Industries

Education

J.D., University of California, Irvine School of Law, 2022

B.A., magna cum laude, University of Oregon, 2018

Bar & Court Admissions

Oregon State Bar

Yalda is an associate in Tonkon Torp’s Business Department. She graduated from the University of California, Irvine School of Law in 2022. While there, she was named a Distinguished Decade Scholar and worked at the school’s Immigrant Rights Clinic. As a law student, Yalda worked at Tonkon Torp as a Summer Associate. In this role, she prepared memorandums analyzing complex legal research questions under Oregon and Washington law. She drafted corporate documents for the creation and dissolution of entities, and provided guidance on an eventual merger between a parent entity and subsidiary. Yalda also performed statute review and proposed amendments where applicable.

In 2018, Yalda graduated magna cum laude from University of Oregon with a B.A. in Political Science.

Outside of the office, Yalda takes great enjoyment in studying foreign language and linguistics. She is fluent in Farsi and is learning Turkish. She enjoys traveling and spending time with her family.

Tonkon Torp Helps Starting Line Sailing Chart Course for Global Growth

Tonkon Torp celebrates the successful acquisition of an exclusive licensing arrangement for its client Starting Line Sailing, a custom sailboat manufacturer with operations and distribution channels throughout the world.

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Professional Memberships

Multnomah Bar Association

Tonkon Torp Business Department Welcomes Yalda Bahramian

Tonkon Torp LLP welcomes associate Yalda Bahramian to its Business Department. Her practice will focus on general business law.

Why Struggling Cannabis Companies May Want to Turn to a Receivership

By Ferdinand Ruplin and Yalda Bahramian – The cannabis industry in Oregon has been struggling in recent years. In addition to being impacted by inflation and an ailing economy, vast overproduction of cannabis in the state has caused prices to fall.

OLCC Escalates Minor Decoy Activity in Effort to Increase Compliance

By Ferdie Ruplin and Yalda Bahramian – Cannabis retailers in Oregon should be on high alert, as inspectors from the Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission’s (OLCC) Marijuana Program have begun to ramp up the number of Minor Decoy Operations (MDOs) being conducted across the state.

Publications & Presentations

“Why Struggling Cannabis Companies May Want to Turn to a Receivership,” Portland Business Journal, Dec. 2022

“OLCC Escalates Minor Decoy Activity in Effort to Increase Compliance,” Tonkon Torp Legal Update, Sept. 2022