Firm News

Seven Harrang Long Gary Rudnick Attorneys Named to Super Lawyers List

Portland, OR (July 18, 2019) – Harrang Long Gary Rudnick P.C. is pleased to announce that seven of the firm’s attorneys have been selected to the 2019 Oregon Super Lawyers list. This is an exclusive list, recognizing no more than...

Comments, Followers and Friends – Government Social Media Accounts and the First Amendment

HLGR attorneys Randy Geller’s and Aaron Landau’s article, Comments, Followers and Friends, is the cover story in the most recent Oregon State Bar Bulletin.  Remember that when it comes to social media, the law is rapidly changing and always a...

HB 2016 is the Oregon Legislature’s Response to the Janus Decision – and a Lot More

By Sharon Rudnick and Randy Geller On behalf of our public sector clients, we have been monitoring Oregon House Bill 2016, which was signed by Governor Brown on June 20th. The changes to the law made by HB 2016 become...

Dave Frohnmayer Dedication

On June 13, 2019, William F. Gary spoke on behalf of the Frohnmayer family at a ceremony dedicating a memorial plaque at the State Capitol grounds in Salem in honor of Dave Frohnmayer. If you were unable to attend the...

Wild Wild Country Leads to Wild Wild Portland Seminar

Read more on HLGR Chairman Bill Gary’s upcoming presentation at the Oregon Historical Society seminar, “Wild Wild History: The Rise and Fall of Rajneeshpuram” in the article published on Oregonlive.com “‘Wild Wild Country’ leads to ‘Wild Wild’ Portland seminar to...

HLGR’s William Gary to Speak at Lecture Series – Wild Wild History: The Rise and Fall of Rajneeshpuram

Harrang Long Gary Rudnick P.C. shareholder and chairman William F. Gary will be one of the speakers at the U.S. District Court of Oregon Historical Society’s latest Famous Cases lecture series entitled Wild Wild History: The Rise and Fall of...

HLGR Labor & Employment Newsletter: Spring 2019

OregonSaves For employers with 4 or fewer employees, the deadline to register or submit certification that you provide a retirement plan to your employees was May 15, 2019. (For larger employers, your deadline passed earlier). For more information go to...

HLGR’s Randy Geller on President Trump’s Executive Order on Free Speech

On March 21, 2019, President Trump signed an Executive Order entitled “Improving Free Inquiry, Transparency, and Accountability at Colleges and Universities.” The Executive Order is of more political than legal importance, but colleges and universities should be aware of its...

HLGR Supports Effort to Build a New Lane County Courthouse

HLGR is a proud supporter of the effort to build a new Lane County Courthouse. Our firm’s Chairman, Bill Gary, recently spoke with KEZI News about why a new courthouse is needed to improve access to justice. A link to...

HLGR’s Randy Geller to Present on Discrimination Issues in Higher Education

HLGR education attorney Randy Geller and Guilherme Costa, Vice President and General Counsel at Ithaca College, will be leading a discussion group for higher education lawyers about discrimination issues in a unionized environment at the National Association of College and...

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