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Insignia Capital Group Acquires Tillamook Country SmokerPR Newswire (press release)WALNUT CREEK, Calif., May 23, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Insignia Capital Group today announced the acquisition of Tillamook Country Smoker (TCS), a third-generation, family-owned provider of branded meat snacks based in Bay City, Oregon. Several family ...and more »
Congress: 3 bills target Davis-Bacon ActOregon Business News (press release)Mistakes can be expensive and result in debarment. Federal contractors are, therefore, well-advised to stay informed and comply with their obligations. Ater Wynne's labor and employment attorneys can provide assistance with your wage and hour questions.and more »
Ater Wynne law firm, Perkins & Co. accounting firm pay $14.65 million to settle lawsuit from burned Grifphon investorsThe OregonianA Portland law firm and accounting firm have agreed to pay $14.65 million to settle claims they materially aided fraudulent securities sales by a now-imprisoned hedge fund impresario, Yusaf Jawed. The Ater Wynne law firm will pay $8 million to the …Business law firm to pay $8M to settle class action over its work for hedge-fund clientABA Journalall 3 news articles »
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Cool Spaces: Check out Ater Wynne's awesome deckPortland Business Journal (blog)Portland area businesses have shared plenty of stunning images of their offices for the Business Journal's Cool Spaces series. But we confess, the nighttime shot taken of the deck at law firm Ater Wynne's ninth floor offices at The Lovejoy in the Pearl …
Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries Updates Daily and Weekly Overtime Guidance for Manufacturers and Other ...The National Law ReviewThe Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI) has made an important change to its interpretation of the relationship between two Oregon overtime laws. Under BOLI's new guidance, nonexempt employees who work in mills, factories, or manufacturing ...and more »
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Report: PUD interim manager spied, hid filesPamplin Media GroupAfter reviewing evidence, including findings from a separate, independent IT audit, an investigator with law firm Ater Wynne concluded Nguyen “secretly used his position and access to PUD systems and data to amass evidence to prove his case, and ...
Elemental CEO Sam Blackman and Portland attorney Bill Campbell win Oregon tech awardsOregonLive.comHe worked with Pixelworks and TriQuint Semiconductor, among others at what is now the Ater Wynne law firm. Campbell is now managing partner at Equilibrium Capital, a San Francisco investment firm focused on sustainability. The Technology Association ...and more »
Adidas Sues Juicy Couture In Latest Fight Over 3-Stripe MarkLaw360 (subscription)Adidas is represented by Daniel P. Larsen of Ater Wynne LLP. Counsel information for Juicy Couture is not yet available. The case is Adidas America Inc. et al. v. Juicy Couture Inc., case number 3:17-cv-00437, in the U.S. District Court for the …
Two new Multnomah County Circuit judges appointed by Gov. Kate BrownOregonLive.comBottomly, 53, is a partner at Ater Wynne LLP, where she has spent nearly her entire career. She will take the bench after Judge Youlee You resigns to become a magistrate judge in U.S. District Court for Oregon. Bottomly graduated from Stanford …
Oregon Court Rejects BOLI's New Guidance on Calculating Daily and Weekly Overtime for Mills, Factories, and ...The National Law ReviewAfter the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI) made a surprising change to its interpretation of how daily and weekly overtime should be calculated for employees who work in mills, factories, and manufacturing establishments, last week the ...and more »
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