Mill City Lawyers
General Business & Intellectual Property Law
Women-Owned & Family Businesses
Fundraising and Securities
Mergers and Acquisitions
Biotechnology & Health Care
Ashley focuses exclusively on advising corporate clients. From formation to exit, fundraising to litigation, Ashley is an experienced advocate who keeps her eye on the bottom line.
Like many of her clients, Ashley is an entrepreneur. After being battle-tested at a mid-sized business law firm in Portland, she and her husband Jeff and law school classmate Kristie realized their long-standing dream of owning their own firm. They’re now living out the advice they give their clients.
Ashley focuses on providing savvy, practical...
ROYER & ASSOCIATES and their staff are dedicated to assisting...
Mr. Evans is a member of the Marion County Bar Association and the Oregon State Bar Association as well as Oregon State Bar sections concerning Construction Law, Elder Law, Estate Planning and Administration, Litigation, Agricultural Law, and Real Estate and...
John received his B.S. in Political Science from Santa Clara University in 1993. At the University of Oregon,...
Year after year this law firm delivers accessible representation, extensive preparation, strong communication, and effective results.
The number one complaint about lawyers is not being able to get them on the phone. I pride myself on not making that mistake. If I am not able to take a call, I always...
Rex Daines started working for Eric Olsen as a law clerk while in law school in 1993 and was hired full time once he finished law school and passed the...
Newberg, OR 97132
University of Oregon
Steve has served as a Municipal Court Judge for the Cities of Newberg, Sherwood, Dayton, Dundee, Yamhill-Carlton, and McMinnville. He is a current member of the Estate Planning and Domestic Relations Sections of the Oregon State Bar as well as the Yamhill County Bar Association.
Steve is a managing partner at the law firm, Brown Tarlow Bridges, & Palmer, PC in Newberg, Oregon. Steve's practice focuces primarily on:
Family Law including:
Complex Dissolutions &...
Shallon is an experienced business and human resources manager with over 17 years’ experience prior to becoming an attorney. Utilizing nearly two decades of experience preparing financial reports, performing business audits, and analyzing accounting records, Shallon has the unique skillset to accurately assess each client’s financial situation by identifying irregularities or discrepancies...
My new role is to help my clients avoid the need of a litigator’s services. Working with my personal and business clients I strive to anticipate and head off problems that far too often end up costing lots of money to deal with.
I help families, individuals and their loved...
Franchise Smith, LLC
Attorney handling matters in franchising and multi-unit operations
Birthplace: Idaho Falls, Idaho
Education: Brigham Young University,
- Bachelor's degree in political science, 1976;
- J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University,
- Juris Doctorate, 1978
Licensed in Oregon and Utah
Doug Smith has specialized in franchise law since 1981 with an emphasis on structure and drafting of franchise agreements and disclosure materials; selection and registration of trademarks; compliance with state and federal franchise and business opportunity laws including the preparation of relevant disclosure and registration materials; and franchise related litigation. He has a working knowledge of French and Romanian.
I have been practicing bankruptcy for close to two decades I am licensed in Oregon, Arizona and Washington. My firm offers online questionnaires, flexible payment plans and a commitment to not letting money get in the way of getting our clients under the protection of the bankruptcy laws.
We have retained a company to help our clients rebuild their credit after bankruptcy and we offer this service at no additional charge to our clients.
“Energy and Vision! Outside of the...
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