“Ater Wynne is a firm where lawyers choose to work. We have a huge talent pool of well-educated, very experienced people. They work very hard. But we also honor the fact that they have a life outside the office. That makes them WELL-ROUNDED LAWYERS. I don’t think enough firms honor their people in that way.”
– Jonathan Ater, Partner Emeritus
Ater Wynne provides a wide range of resources designed to help our clients anticipate opportunities and understand issues that affect their businesses. Resources include materials that can be downloaded from the web site as well as group training sessions and seminars. None are intended as legal advice, but are presented only for informational purposes.
Employment Law Seminar
Our Employment Law Seminar is a quarterly breakfast presentation for clients and non-clients regarding current employment issues and legislation. It is hosted by members of the Employment Group in Portland and Seattle. HRCI credit is available. The next Portland and Seattle seminars will be held in September of 2013. Dates to be determined.
Ater Wynne offers a variety of employer training programs dealing with mismanagement, harassment and employee profiles.
Legal Articles and Alerts
Ater Wynne attorneys frequently write articles and Alerts to update our clients and members of the business and legal communities about new issues and legal precedents.
Northwest Business Litigation Blog
Ater Wynne's online updates for in-house counsel, business executives, human resource managers and others who monitor litigation and legal issues affecting Oregon businesses. Portland's Litigation Group hosts the blog.
Professional, trade and legal organizations frequently invite Ater Wynne attorneys to speak or moderate at their meetings and conferences.
Telecom Law Today Blog
Telecom Law Today provides legal insights and updates into the continuously changing telecommunications industry. We will be offering our perspective on recent issues and how they effect your business.
Ater Wynne provides a listing of websites our top researchers find valuable.