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William Ginsler, Attorney at Law
(503) 222-7722
B. William Ginsler, Attorney at Law
Portland, OR 97204
Bankruptcy Law, Criminal Defense, Personal Injury, Wills & Probate
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Beth Cupani

Lawyer Beth Cupani licensed to practice in Oregon since 1996
Office: (503)228-6351, 888 SW 5th Ave Ste 300, Portland, OR 97204
Web site: www.bullivant.com
PRACTICE AREA: Insurance Litigation

Bethany A. Bacci

Lawyer Bethany A. Bacci licensed to practice in Oregon since 2001
Office: (503)224-3380, 900 SW Fifth Ave., Suite 2600, Portland, OR 97204
Web site: www.stoel.com
PRACTICE AREA: Labor & Employment Law

Bethany C. Graham

Lawyer Bethany C. Graham licensed to practice in Oregon since 2002
Office: (541)749-4044, 549 SW Mill View Way, Suite 100, Bend, OR 97702
Web site: www.schwabe.com/showattorney.aspx?Name=Bethany-Graham&Show=9200
PRACTICE AREA: Labor & Employment Law

Betsy A. Rawls

Lawyer Betsy A. Rawls licensed to practice in Oregon since 2004
Office: 503-693-8725, 126 NE 2nd Ave, Hillsboro, OR 97124
Web site: www.basselrawls.com
PRACTICE AREA: Family Law, Criminal Defense

Beverly C. Pearman

Lawyer Beverly C. Pearman licensed to practice in Oregon since 1999
Office: (503)224-3380, 900 SW Fifth Ave., Suite 2600, Portland, OR 97204
Web site: www.stoel.com
PRACTICE AREA: Environmental Law, Litigation

Bill C. Berkshire

Lawyer Bill C. Berkshire licensed to practice in Oregon since 1980
Office: 503-233-6507, 1216 SE Belmont Street, Portland, OR 97214
Web site: http://www.billberkshire.com
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury

Blake J. Robinson

Lawyer Blake J. Robinson licensed to practice in Oregon since 2008
Office: 503-778-5341, 1300 SW 5th Ave Ste 2300, Portland, OR 97201
Web site: www.dwt.com/lawdir/attorneys/RobinsonBlake.cfm
PRACTICE AREA: Labor & Employment Law, Litigation

Bob Webber

Lawyer Bob Webber licensed to practice in Oregon since 2147483646
Office: 800-525-2099, 221 Stewart Ave. Suite 209, Medford, OR 97501
Web site: www.blackchapman.com
PRACTICE AREA: Workers Compensation

Bonnie Richardson

Lawyer Bonnie Richardson licensed to practice in Oregon since 1998
Office: (503)222-1640, 1100 Yeon Bldg, Portland, OR 97204
Web site: www.farlawfirm.com
PRACTICE AREA: Real Estate Law, Business Law, Consumer Protection

Brad T. Summers

Lawyer Brad T. Summers licensed to practice in California since 1983, Oregon since 1991, Washington since 2004
Office: (503)228-2525, 101 SW Main St Ste 1100, Portland, OR 97204
Web site: www.balljanik.com/professionals/bio.aspx?id=126&number=s0
PRACTICE AREA: Bankruptcy Law, Business Law, Litigation
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