- Amy Cornelius Featured in Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW)CREW PortlandFebruary 21, 2020
Amy makes CREW member spotlight for Women in Commercial Real Estate.
- 8 Questions About the CATBusiness TribuneFebruary 6, 2020
Schwabe, Williamson and Wyatt attorney Dan Eller assists clients with tax and business law issues in both transactions and controversies. The Business Tribune asked him how he sees the coming Corporate Activity Tax (CAT).
- Connie Sue Martin AGC of Washington Associate of the Year 2019Daily Journal of CommerceJanuary 27, 2020
Connie Sue Martin is the chair of the AGC Environmental Committee and is being recognized for her outstanding leadership in the negotiation, passage and the implementation of the state's Expedited Voluntary Cleanup Bill.
- From Oregon to Washington, Associate to Rookie, Schwabe Attorneys Lauded at Annual MeetingsJanuary 24, 2020
Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, P.C. attorneys were big winners at the Associated General Contractors (AGC) 2020 Annual Dinners in both Washington and Oregon on January 24th. Connie Sue Martin was the recipient of the Associate of the Year Award 2019 from AGC of Washington, and Paige Spratt received the Rookie of the Year Award 2019 from AGC Oregon – Columbia Chapter.
- Brendan Crowley Bolsters Schwabe’s Real Estate and Construction Industry Group FocusKey new team member adds depth to group’s industry-focused practiceJanuary 21, 2020
Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt is excited to announce that Brendan Crowley is joining the firm, adding considerable experience in real estate law to Schwabe’s deep bench in the industry.
- Attorney Explains Pitfalls of Farm Succession PlanningCapital PressJanuary 15, 2020
As Oregon farmers and ranchers get older, the need for estate planning is growing more urgent to ensure working lands remain in operation.
- 9th Circuit Won't Rethink Enviros' Suit Over Navajo Coal PlantLaw360December 16, 2019
The Ninth Circuit on Wednesday rejected green groups' bid to revive their challenge to the U.S. Department of the Interior's approval for the continued operation of a coal-fired plant on Navajo land, leaving in place a panel's ruling that the tribe's sovereign immunity blocked the suit.
- Seattle’s Real Estate Market Is Booming, but That Growth Poses Major Challenges for the CitySeattle BusinessDecember 13, 2019
Seattle’s real estate market is experiencing unprecedented growth driven by an explosive tech sector, but the city also is facing significant challenges due to the fallout from that growth.
- Four Steps to Financial HealthCapital PressDecember 12, 2019
Believing in the future of agriculture, Lauren Lucht assumed the responsibilities of Northwest Transplants from her parents. As the operating CEO, Lucht said the Molalla-based company grows a total of about 90 million vegetable, herb and flower seedlings on contract for growers throughout the Northwest.
- How a Feud Over Two Jobs Tipped the West Coast Longshore Union Toward BankruptcyLos Angeles TimesNovember 29, 2019
The ILWU staged slowdowns at the Port of Portland and flouted federal court orders. The resulting chaos caused international shipping lines to abandon Portland, ending Oregon-based cargo service for exporters as far inland as Idaho’s Snake River.
- Study: Boom Time For ConstructionOregon BusinessNovember 22, 2019
Partnering with Portland marketing agency Kinesis, law firm Schwabe, Williamson and Wyatt published a forward-looking study this fall, 'Commercial Real Estate & Construction in the Pacific Northwest,' which took the temperature of the 2019 commercial real estate and construction climate.
- Identity Clark County Names Matthew Bisturis as Ed Lynch Honorary DirectorIdentity Clark CountyNovember 19, 2019
The business leaders group Identity Clark County has selected Matthew Bisturis to fill the Ed
Lynch Board Seat, a one-year courtesy appointment to the group’s Board of Directors for 2020.
- In Landmark Labor Case, Jury Awards $93.6 Million in Damages to Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt Client, ICTSI Oregon, Inc.November 13, 2019
Jury awards $93.6 Million to former operator of Port’s Terminal 6 for losses due to dock workers’ illegal labor slowdowns.
- Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt Honored by Best Law Firms in 38 Categories November 7, 2019
Schwabe has proudly sustained its National Tier 1 Timber ranking since 2011 and has been named Timber “Law Firm of the Year” in 2020, 2018, 2015, 2013, and 2012. Schwabe was additionally honored with a National Tier 1 Natural Resources Law ranking.
- Schwabe Mourns the Loss of Friend and Colleague Steve FordNovember 6, 2019
It is with great sadness that Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt announces the sudden passing of our dear friend and colleague, Steve Ford. Those of us at Schwabe will remember Steve’s creative approach to work, dry wit, and love of the outdoors.
- Jury Awards $93.6 Million to Former Operator of Port’s Terminal 6 for Losses due to Dock Workers’ Unlawful Labor PracticesThe OregonianNovember 5, 2019
A federal jury awarded $93.6 million to the former operator of the Port of Portland’s container terminal, finding the dock workers union sabotaged shipping traffic and caused productivity to plummet through years of labor slowdowns and stoppages.
- Jury Gives Port Operator $93.6M For Workers' Illegal BoycottsLaw360November 5, 2019
A former Oregon port operator scored a $93.6 million verdict after a federal jury determined that unlawful boycotts carried out by the port's union-backed dock workers caused business to take a nosedive.
- Photos: Spotlight shines on Women of VisionDaily Journal of CommerceOctober 31, 2019
The awards honor women who are shaping the built environment with their leadership, mentoring efforts, community involvement and promotion of industry diversity. Schwabe's Paige Spratt and Charmin Shiely were among the honorees.
- Amy Hanks Cornelius Joins Schwabe’s Real Estate and Construction Industry GroupOctober 31, 2019
Key new team member adds depth to group’s industry-focused practice.