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06.13.19
Press
Miller Nash Graham & Dunn partner LeAnne Bremer was recently appointed to the board of directors for Educational Service District 112.
06.10.19
Press
Thirty attorneys from the Seattle and Vancouver offices of Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP have been named to the 2019 Washington Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists as top lawyers in the state.
06.07.19
Press
Miller Nash Graham & Dunn is pleased to announce that Max Forer and Brenton Twitchell have joined the growing business teams in the Portland and Seattle offices.
06.06.19
Press
Miller Nash Graham & Dunn is pleased to announce that experienced employment law attorney Amy Robinson has joined the firm's Vancouver, Washington office as senior counsel.
05.24.19
Press
Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP has once again been recognized in the 2019 Chambers USA Guide, a guide that ranks the top attorneys and law firms throughout the U.S. based on practice location. The firm received four practice area rankings and ten individual attorney rankings.
05.17.19
Press
Miller Nash Graham & Dunn attorney Vanessa Triplett was recently appointed to the board of governors for the Pacific Northwest College of Art.
05.13.19
Press
Miller Nash Graham & Dunn is pleased to announce that Eric Robertson has joined the firm's Portland office as an associate.
05.07.19
Press
Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP continues to expand and is pleased to announce two attorneys have recently joined the firm’s Seattle office as partners—Josh Piper and Tristan Swanson. Piper joins the firm’s well-respected Franchise & Distribution practice. Swanson joins the firm’s growing Construction practice.
04.15.19
Press
Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP partner Jeffrey Beaver was presented with the Frohnmayer Award for Public Service from the University of Oregon Law School Alumni Association. Beaver, Class of 1985, was selected for this award in recognition of his extensive community service and impactful legal work.
04.08.19
News
Miller Nash attorneys Elisa Dozono and Taylor Richman successfully argued for the dismissal of lawsuits challenging the Oregon State Bar’s mandatory membership fees and activities that further its mission of serving justice by protecting the public in its regulatory role, promoting respect for the rule of law, improving the quality of legal services, and increasing access to justice.
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