John I. Haas, Inc.
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"The partnership between U.S. Bank and Miller Nash has been successful because we see ourselves in Miller Nash—knowledgeable, experienced professionals focused on client service." - Malia Wasson, President, U.S. Bank—Oregon and SW Washington.
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Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe
"For more than a decade, the attorneys of Miller Nash have provided our tribe with focused legal counsel on economic development efforts and personnel issues that support our government and our community." - W. Ron Allen, Tribal Chairman & CEO, Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe
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"For over 25 years, the attorneys of Miller Nash have worked closely with John I. Haas, Inc. on real estate, land use, international contracting and disputes, employment, and corporate matters. Their knowledge of and care for our company has served us well. Miller Nash's strong presence in the Northwest and extensive international experience give us the legal partnership we need."
John I. Haas, Inc. was founded in 1914 and is part of the Barth-Haas Group, a family-owned vertically-integrated group active on all continents. Haas and the Barth-Haas Group are the leading suppliers of hops and hop products in the U.S. and global markets. In the Northwest, Haas owns and operates its own hop farms, warehouses, and processing facilities, and is the leader in the research and development of refined hop-based products for use in and outside the brewing industry.
"U.S. Bank and Miller Nash have been business partners for over 30 years. We know Miller Nash is invested in our business and we count on the firm to anticipate our needs and to deliver solutions that enable us to be successful. Miller Nash's in-depth knowledge of our business puts the firm in a unique position to handle matters for our various divisions, because they have a team of experienced attorneys practicing in all facets of banking and finance law."
U.S. Bank is the fifth-largest commercial bank in the United States. With deep roots in the Northwest, including over 120 years in Oregon, U.S. Bank helps individuals, businesses large and small, trust clients, and government entities achieve success. In addition to providing a comprehensive array of financial products and services for customers, U.S. Bank funds and supports community programs through loans, investments, and grants.
"Miller Nash has proved to be a partner that understands our tribe's unique governmental status and our long-term vision of self-reliance. We have trusted Miller Nash to represent us in matters involving real estate, financing, gaming, personnel, and environmental components. The firm appreciates our culture and has helped us to accomplish our goals."
The Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe is a leader in the area of tribal self-governance and self-sufficiency. The tribe has a number of well-established business enterprises, including a seafood operation, art gallery, real estate, construction, and tribal casino, that fund high-quality governmental programs and services to address the unique social, cultural, natural resource, and economic needs of its people. The tribe also provides services locally on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State, as well as nationally.