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Spotlight on Jordan Ramis PC

Spotlight on Jordan Ramis PC

Spotlight on Jordan Ramis PC

Jordan Ramis PC is a Pacific Northwest law firm with lawyers located in Lake Oswego, Vancouver (Wash.), and Bend. Their lawyers are licensed to practice in Oregon, Washington, California, and Alaska as well as many federal courts, including but not limited to the U.S. District Courts in Oregon and Washington, the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the U.S. Supreme Court.

Jordan Ramis practices in business law, Dirt Law© (construction law, real estate law, environmental law, land use law, etc.), local government law, and litigation and dispute resolution. They represent businesses, individuals, and government entities. With 30+ attorneys, they likely have the skills and resources to handle whatever legal problem you are facing. If they can’t help you, they will recommend you to one of their trusted colleagues at another firm. Jordan Ramis is a member of the Legal Netlink Alliance, which has member firms in 38 states and many foreign countries.

Jordan Ramis provides assertive, business-savvy legal services that solve problems, reduce delays, and minimize costs. A client’s experience working with Jordan Ramis will likely be different than what they have experienced with other law firms. Their skilled attorneys and paralegals are specially assigned to handle your matter. Their team approach ensures that prompt access to knowledgeable professionals, at a cost typically less than that of legal services, is provided. Jordan Ramis focuses on providing service that exceeds the highest expectations of their clients. Many of their attorneys have worked in their client industries, so they know what it’s like to be on their side.

One key thing Jordan Ramis is focusing on this year, is having and supporting an inter-generational firm. They have attorneys who have practiced for many years using traditional methods as well as a handful of other attorneys who have just begun their practices using mostly modern technology. They support both environments, and are finding ways to bridge the gap by pairing the newer generation of attorneys with the older generation. The older generation helps guide the newer into the legal industry while the newer helps the older adapt to modern technology that this industry now revolves around.

The AGC provides a great basis to help industry people connect. It provides and promotes the importance of ways to build relationships with others rather than only being virtual. This supports Jordan Ramis’ key focus because with modern technology taking over many industries, the AGC still provides opportunities of the ever-lasting networking tactic that should not be forgotten: get out from behind your computer and connecting with others face-to-face.

As mentioned above, Jordan Ramis using a team approach in handling the matters of their clients. The following lawyers comprise their construction law group: Roger Lenneberg is the chair of the group and has experience as an arbitrator and as in-house counsel at an interior services and insulation company. Joe Yazbeck is a construction and government contracts lawyer who previously worked as an attorney for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. David H. Bowser is primarily a construction design professionals lawyer, but his practice covers all aspects of the construction process, from original procurement to claim prosecution and defense. Jacob Zahniser is a construction litigator who represents our clients in court and before government agencies. Brent Carpenter is a public procurement lawyer who regularly represents clients in bid protests. Andrew Guess is a surety and construction lawyer who holds an M.S. in construction management, and whose work is informed by his previous career as a project engineer. Keep an eye out for Jordan Ramis’ construction law group members at AGC events.

Interested in getting to know Jordan Ramis better? Jordan Ramis has legal access programs with a variety of trade organizations in which they offer 15 to 30 minutes of free legal advice to members monthly. Talk to the staff of your trade organization to ask if you have this member benefit with their firm or if one can be created.

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