Goldendale, Washington Lawyers
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Michelle has a strong background in identifying and procuring protection for the intellectual property rights of her clients. She has significant experience in protecting new commercial fruit varieties in the United States, and coordinating rights in other countries. Michelle welcomes inquiries from plant breeders and variety owners outside the United States.
Washington native William “Bill” Robison concentrates his law practice on litigation with an emphasis on consumer and insurance law, including personal injury, wrongful death, motorcycle collisions, trucking accidents, products liability, construction, real estate cases, and workplace injuries. Bill Robison has obtained many settlements, arbitration awards, and trial verdicts in excess of one million dollars on behalf of clients. Mr. Robison is a contributing author of the “Automobile Litigation Deskbook,” published by the Washington State Trial Lawyers Association (WSTLA), and has made numerous presentations to WSTLA and the Clark County Bar Association on trial techniques and other important aspects...
Substantial experience in Federal Court Litigation.Practice Areas Commercial Litigation(25%); Agricultural Law(20%); Real Estate; Estate Planning; Chapter 11(20%); Intellectual Property Litigation (Patent, Copyright, Trade Secrets)(15%); Environmental Litigation and Compliance(15%); Bankruptcy Law(5%)
I grew up in Portland, Oregon. I graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School and Portland State University. I left the Northwest to continue my education at Texas Tech University. There I obtained both a Master of Business Administration ("MBA") and a Juris Doctorate (Law) degrees. After graduating I returned to Portland, Oregon. I joined the Oregon State Bar Association in 1999 and the Washington State Bar Association in 2006. For almost 10 years my practice has focused on representing Oregon and Washington employees against their current or former employers and individuals against harassing debt collectors. I have represented my...
Mr. LaMusga has represented clients with issues involving family law, criminal defense, business formation, estate planning, probate, Indian law, Social Security Disability, and general civil litigation. He focuses on representing individuals in difficult and trying situations because he finds representing people through some of their most challenging life experiences to be rewarding. Asa seeks amicable resolution where possible in order to reduce conflict and costs while obtaining the best possible results for his clients, but he also enjoys litigation in order to hold others accountable when they fail to do the right thing. Mr. LaMusga is licensed to practice...
710 George Washington Way
Richland, WA 99352
Richland, WA 99352
Family law attorney Casey Sanders is fiercely committed to his client’s well-being. He understands that his clients are dealing with stress and uncertainty, and is determined to protect what is most important to them. Casey focuses his practice on divorce and custody cases, including parenting plans and parenting plan modifications. He is an active member of the Vancouver community and the Clark County Bar Association. He currently serves as the Vice President of the Clark County Bar Association Family Law Section.
(971) 264-9827 1000 SW Broadway
Portland, OR 97205
Portland, OR 97205
Scott Boyce enjoys helping people when they feel they are running out of options. Whether your legal issues are with the IRS or the Department of Veterans' Affairs, Mr. Boyce will investigate your options and work with you to resolve the legal issue quickly and professionally. Mr. Boyce's practice areas include: tax law, tax controversy, bankruptcy, administrative law, Veterans' Affairs, employment law, ERISA law, and general business law. If you have any questions, contact Mr. Boyce today!
Christopher D. Ramsay effectively represents and defends the criminally accused. In addition to being a highly experienced criminal defense attorney, he has served as an adjunct professor at Washington State University Vancouver, lecturing on the topic of criminal procedure and criminal law. From 1990 to 2003, Christopher D. Ramsay worked as criminal prosecutor in Denver Colorado.