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04.27.15
News
Miller Nash Graham & Dunn partner Jeanne Sinnott appeared in the April 24, 2015 edition of the Portland Business Journal.
04.14.15
Press
We are delighted for our partner Marcus Reed to be named as the first General Counsel of Craft Brew Alliance (CBA). We are also excited that CBA, a longtime client, will be acquiring an impressive "beer attorney" and dedicated professional. Marcus will bring a deep legal knowledge to the management team at CBA.
04.09.15
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Pacific Northwest law firm Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP welcomes Seth Row to the firm's leading litigation and insurance coverage practice teams.
03.30.15
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Miller Nash Graham & Dunn partner Christine Masse was interviewed by OPB's Dave Miller for a Think Out Loud segment titled "Washington Legislature Considers Compacts With Tribes Over Marijuana."
03.09.15
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Miller Nash Graham & Dunn (MNG&D) partner Christine Masse was interviewed and included in an article on KUOW.org, highlighting the ongoing issues and conflicts Northwest tribes are facing as they consider marijuana legalization opportunities.
03.02.15
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Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP's Michelle Baird-Johnson, director of recruiting and professional development, and Elise Brickner-Schulz, director of legal support services, were recently elected to boards.
02.27.15
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Pacific Northwest law firm Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP has announced the election of 10 new partners, effective January 1, 2015.
2.19.15
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Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP partners David Hercher and P.K. Runkles-Pearson were recently elected to Oregon State Bar (OSB) positions.
02.10.15
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Pacific Northwest law firm Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP welcomes Kristine Bingman to the firm's employee benefits and employment practice teams.
02.03.15
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The Portland Business Journal named Miller Nash Graham & Dunn Firm Chair Dennis Rawlinson and Managing Partner Kieran Curley as “CEOs of the Year” for professional services, capping a landmark year that saw strong growth and high visibility for the newly merged, larger firm.
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