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Contact Iván

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Portland, OR 97204
T: 503.205.2377

Iván Resendiz Gutierrez


Iván is an associate in the firm's litigation department. He represents local and national clients on a variety of complex civil matters, including appeals, corporate governance and shareholder disputes, employment & labor litigation, ERISA litigation, and securities litigation.

Diverse experiences before joining Miller Nash Graham & Dunn allow Iván to understand the big picture and find creative solutions to challenging issues. Following graduation, Iván served as a law clerk for the Honorable Lynn R. Nakamoto of the Supreme Court of Oregon, where he assisted in researching, writing, and editing opinions, and recommended action on petitions for review. Before working at the Supreme Court, Iván clerked for Judge Nakamoto at the Oregon Court of Appeals, where he gained a broad knowledge of Oregon law.

Experiences during law school gave Iván an early foundation in practice in both federal and state courts. For example, Iván represented the state as a court-certified law clerk at the Oregon Department of Justice-Civil Litigation Section, working on cases involving employment, commercial, and civil-rights litigation. There, he second-chaired a federal civil bench trial and resolved a state declaratory judgment action through a dispositive motion. Iván also served as a law clerk at the Lane County District Attorney's office as part of the University of Oregon School of Law's Criminal Prosecution Clinic.

Iván serves on Miller Nash Graham & Dunn’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee. He is a frequent contributor to Miller Nash Graham & Dunn's intellectual property blog, IP Law Trends.


Representative Experience

Researched and contributed to briefing on a class action challenge to the constitutionality of Executive Order 13769, relating to the immigration and travel ban of individuals from predominantly Muslim countries to the United States. This was a pro-bono matter.