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- Jay Beattie (Partner)
- Melissa Bushnick (Associate)
- Tyson Calvert (Partner)
- James Dumas (Partner)
- Katie Eichner (Partner)
- Kaiti Ferguson (Associate)
- Peter Fredmann (Of Counsel)
- Peter Friedmann (Of Counsel)
- Kelly Giampa (Partner)
- Michael Jones (Associate)
- Nikola Jones (Partner)
- Matteo Leggett (Associate)
- Lauren Lewis (Associate)
- Glen McClendon (Partner)
- James McCurdy (Managing Partner)
- Thomas McDermott (Partner)
- Connie Elkins McKelvey (Partner)
- Matthew Miller (Associate)
- Mina Morkos (Associate)
- Alice Newlin (Associate)
- Robert Palmer (Partner)
- Christa Torralba (Of Counsel)
- Elizabeth A. Biermann
- Gavin W. Bruce
- Paul S. Cosgrove (Of Counsel)
- Bradley Krupicka
- Carl R. Neil (Partner)
- Joanna Robinson
- Paul Silver (Partner)
- William M. Tomlinson (Partner)
- Jerard S. Weigler (Emeritus)
1300 SouthWest 5th AvenueSuite 3400 Portland, OR 97201
- (503) 226-7697
Lindsay, Hart, Neil & Weigler, LLP Suite 315 1201 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, DC 20004 (202) 783-3333
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