also known as Steve Horenstein
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Steve has a passion for orchestrating; whether it’s playing jazz saxophone, handling a transaction or obtaining a land use permit. Steve’s practice focuses on business planning and transactions, real estate transactions, leasing and financials, land-use and growth management planning, and government strategies. As a founder of Horenstein Law Group, Steve brings clients a serious depth of professional experience after having represented hundreds of clients throughout the Pacific Northwest. Steve proudly takes on some of the toughest projects in the region.
In the real estate area, Steve has represented numerous local and regional private businesses, real estate developers, and public-sector clients regarding sales and exchanges, acquisitions, condominiums, and financing.
Steve offers expertise in land use planning and permitting, property development and financing matters, and Growth Management Act planning and compliance, as well as in development and environmental permitting.
Steve's practice also includes business planning and transactions, with an emphasis on formations and sales, mergers, and acquisitions.
Additionally, Steve has extensive experience in government affairs and tribal law. He has represented a number of business and real estate clients on a broad range of legislative and public policy issues before a variety of local, state, and federal bodies and agencies. He has successfully drafted and advocated for the passage of legislation in a variety of areas, including economic development, transportation, land use planning, environmental, sales tax reform, solid waste management, and health care.
Steve also has extensive experience working with Native American Tribes. His clients have included the Cowlitz, Mohegan, Kalispel, and Nooksack tribes.
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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|30 Year Founding Member Recognition||Columbia River Economic Development Council||2012|
|Managing Partner||Horenstein Law Group PLLC||2012 - Present|
|Partner||Miller Nash||1999 - 2011|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Multnomah County Bar Association||Member||2003 - Present|
|American Bar Association||Member||1976 - Present|
|Washington State Bar Association||Member||1975 - Present|
|Clark County Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Oregon State Bar||Member||N/A|
|Aluminum Facility Sale||Successful sale of facility|
|Conmed Medical Service||Successfully negotiated agreement|
|Sale of Technology Business||Successful sale of business|
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|Vancouver Business Journal||CRC: We can do better next time||2013|
|Vancouver Business Journal||Getting strategic with government||2013|
|Vancouver Business Journal||"Shovel ready” land is vital to our growth||2013|
|HLG Minding Your Business Blog||CREDC 30th Anniversary||2012|
|HLG Minding Your Business Blog||Horenstein Law Group PLLC Formed||2012|
|Vancouver Business Journal||A look at the county’s proposed growth management plan||2011|
|Vancouver Business Journal||A brave new world in commercial lending||2009|
|Vancouver Business Journal||Check your assessment||2009|
|Vancouver Business Journal||On the horizon||2006|
|University of Washington||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Lewis & Clark Law School||Law||N/A||N/A|
|Washington State Bar Association, Solo and Small Practice Section||Cloud Computing||2013|
|Washington State Bar Association, Solo and Small Practice Section||Alternative Billing||2013|
|Clark County PubTalk||Building a Business Dream Team||2013|
|Washington State University--Vancouver's Real Estate Investing class||Anatomy of a Real Estate Project||2010|
|Lewis & Clark Graduate Fellows Program||Business Development Basics for Lawyers||2009|
|Law Seminars International||The Economic Development Landscape||2009|
|Law Seminars International||Land Use in SW Washington||2008|
|Washington State Port Association||Working With Private Developers||2007|
|Vancouver National Historic Reserve Trust||Third Time's the Charm (Golden Gate National Recreation Area)||2007|
|Land, Jobs, and People III: Is the Growth Management Landscape Improving? Seminar||The Landscape Is Improving||2006|
|Building Industry Association of Clark County||Urban Holding Properties||2005|