MHGM in the News
MHGM Shareholders Matt Donohue and David Markowitz share proven rainmaking tips to a full house at a recent Multnomah Bar Association Young Lawyers Section CLE.
MHGM attorneys David Markowitz and David Aamodt talk with the Portland Business Journal about how some commercial litigation firms have embraced creative fee arrangements and prefer to have skin in the game. "If they get stabbed, we bleed," said David Markowitz.
MHGM Shareholder Matt Donohue is quoted in this Portland Business Journal article.
Settlement, which passed 767-21, provides more control, a cap on fees and about $400,000 in rebates
Rogue Valley Manor residents have overwhelming approved a detailed agreement granting them more say in how Southern Oregon's best-known senior community is run.
Attorney David Markowitz says Manor's corporate parent wouldn't budge on several issues.
Markowitz Herbold’s Matt Levin says that lower billing rates prompt some large companies to send litigation work to law firms in smaller cities, particularly once they know lawyers in those cities.
Rogue Valley Manor residents have hired a new attorney and amassed a $200,000-plus war chest as they seek to gain control of the senior community atop Barneburg Hill.
The city of Albany will receive $4.75 million to fix a problem at its wastewater treatment plant under a settlement with the Siemens Corp.
MHGM Shareholder Renée Rothauge talks about her first case in Briefly Legal, a publication of the Daily Journal of Commerce.
MHGM Paralegal Mary Rower is recognized by the MBA with one of their highest honors.
MHGM Shareholder Kerry Shepherd is quoted in this Portland Business Journal article.
More than 50 people gathered on October 27th for the second annual OWLS Rainmaking/Career Development Dinner at the Red Star Tavern in Portland.
MHGM Shareholder Matt Donohue talks about his first case in Briefly Legal, a publication of the Daily Journal of Commerce.
MHGM clients Bob and Katy Barman recently opened the nation's first green gas station. Read more about this exciting venture in USA Today.
Whether you are a single mom, or a dad, or part of a two-parent family, finding childcare in an emergency or for a non-routine appointment can be more than challenging.
By Judy A.C. Edwards, MBA Executive Director, July/August 2011 Multnomah Lawyer
By Lindsey O'Brien of the Daily Journal of Commerce
By Kelli Rogers of the Daily Journal of Commerce