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Harrang Long Celebrates Sharon Rudnick and Thanks Her Upon Her Retirement From the Firm

For those of us at Harrang Long, it is very difficult to imagine a firm without Sharon Rudnick right by our side.  Sharon is our longest tenured lawyer, having joined the firm in 1983.  For decades, she has exemplified the...

Same Firm, But With a Shorter Name

For decades, our clients, colleagues and friends have called us “Harrang Long.”   Now, we are making it official: Harrang Long Gary Rudnick P.C. has shortened its name to “Harrang Long P.C.”  Otherwise, we’re the same as we’ve always been: a...

Harrang Long Moves to Larger Space in Portland

After adding several attorneys and paralegals throughout the pandemic, Harrang Long has moved its Portland office into larger space at a different building – Columbia Square.  Harrang Long’s new office is designed to facilitate a hybrid work model for lawyers...

Erica Tatoian’s interview of Chief Judge Lagesen Published in Oregon Appellate Almanac

Harrang Long shareholder Erica Tatoian’s article, “A Conversation with Chief Judge Erin Lagesen,” was published in the 2022 edition of the Oregon Appellate Almanac. The article captures Chief Judge Lagesen’s thoughts on her first few months as Chief Judge, her...

Bob Steringer Appointed to Multnomah Bar Foundation Board of Directors

Harrang Long attorney and firm president, Bob Steringer, has been appointed to a three-year term on the Multnomah Bar Foundation Board of Directors.  The MBF promotes access to justice by funding CourtCare (free, drop-in daycare at the Central Courthouse), CourtSupport...

Harrang Long Gary Rudnick Adds Two New Shareholders: Erica Tatoian and Julian Marrs

Harrang Long Gary Rudnick P.C. is pleased to announce that Erica Tatoian and Julian Marrs have become shareholders of the firm effective January 1, 2023. Erica Tatoian joined the firm in April 2018, following her clerkship with the Oregon Court...

Oregon Court of Appeals holds hospitals can be subject to product liability claims based on an alleged defect in administered drugs

By: Heather M. Murray On December 14, 2022, the Oregon Court of Appeals issued a decision on the question of whether a hospital that charges for a pharmaceutical drug administered to a patient in its emergency department is a “seller...

Harrang Long Attorneys File Amicus Brief in the Supreme Court of the United States on the Scope of the Attorney-Client Privilege

Harrang Long Gary Rudnick P.C. attorneys Arden Olson, Bill Gary, Sharon Rudnick and Aaron Landau led a team of lawyers that filed an amicus brief on behalf of the Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers (“APRL”) in the case of In...

HLGR Included in the 2023 Edition of U.S. News – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms”

Harrang Long Gary Rudnick P.C. (“HLGR”) has been ranked nationally and regionally in the 2023 Edition of U.S. News – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms” in a total of ten practice areas. Firms receiving a ranking have been recognized for...

For Lawyers Handling Disputes Between Business Owners, Recent Oregon Court of Appeals Decision is a Must-Read

Since 2001, shareholders in closely held Oregon corporations have had a statutory right under ORS 60.952 to seek remedies in circuit court for certain business conflicts, including corporate deadlock, misconduct by those in control of the corporation, or misapplication of...

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