Bruce A. Rubin, a partner, joined Miller Nash Graham & Dunn in 1976. He started the firm's corporate governance team and represents clients in litigation involving shareholder, trade secrets, covenants against competition, confidentiality agreements, ERISA, real estate, employment, insurance, and general commercial law. This is often bet-the-company litigation. He has been listed in Best Lawyers in America for commercial, employment, and ERISA litigation (2010-present) and Oregon Super Lawyers magazine (2008, 2010-present). In addition, Bruce has successfully briefed and argued numerous appellate cases. He has handled many pro bono cases throughout his career, and been awarded the Clifford N. Carlsen Jr. Award for Outstanding Pro Bono Achievement. Most recently, Bruce was our firm’s lead counsel in Lane v Brown et al, where a consortium of law firms and the United States Department of Justice obtained landmark relief from the State of Oregon in federal court under the Americans with Disabilities Act on behalf of citizens with intellectual and developmental disabilities seeking to gain competitive, integrated employment. He also regularly represents the Oregon State Bar on a pro bono basis in prosecuting disciplinary cases and cases enjoining the unauthorized practice of law. In 2009, he received the Oregon State Bar President's Public Service Award for his many pro bono activities throughout his career.