John Bachofners practice focuses on litigation, day-to-day advice, and complex... more
John Bachofners practice focuses on litigation, day-to-day advice, and complex written opinions on insurance coverage, regulatory, products liability, business, bankruptcy, and creditors rights issues. He has represented individuals and organizations in a variety of arbitration forums, agency hearings, and state and federal courts, as well as a variety of transactions. John has represent... view profile
Michael D. O'Brien is the Managing Partner of Michael D. O'Brien & Associates PC -... more
Michael D. O'Brien is the Managing Partner of Michael D. O'Brien & Associates PC - an insolvency boutique law firm emphasising legal solutions to debt problems. Although born in Seattle, Mike has been an Oregon native since he was 3 months old. He is a graduate of Wilson High School and the University of Oregon where he earned a Bachelors of Science Degree with a major in History. After grad... view profile
In her free time Kara volunteers with the Classroom Law Project; she coaches the... more
In her free time Kara volunteers with the Classroom Law Project; she coaches the Lake Oswego Mock Trial team and leads courthouse tours several times per month. She also volunteers with the Children's Relief Nursery and PAWs Animal Shelter. She sits on the Board of People's Community Federal Credit Union in Vancouver, Washington and is an active member of the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association.
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