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Dallas Thomsen and Victor Roehm Named Partners of the Firm

Sussman Shank LLP is pleased to announce that Dallas G. Thomsen and Victor J. Roehm have become partners of the firm.

Sussman Shank LLP is pleased to announce that Dallas G. Thomsen and Victor J. Roehm have become partners of the firm.

Thomsen2c Dallas 280x350Dallas is a business attorney and focuses his practice on business law, taxation (including partnership and corporate tax), estate planning, intellectual property, food and beverage, and trademark.  With a masters in taxation, Dallas provides clients with in-depth tax analysis, evaluation and planning, particularly in the areas of complex partnerships and advanced estate planning.  His practice also includes representing clients in the food and beverage industry with regulatory compliance and labeling requirements.  Dallas is admitted to practice law in Oregon and Washington.
 
Roehm2c Victor 280x350Victor is a business attorney and focuses his practice on corporate and real estate transactions, commercial and public finance, and economic development.  He is co-chair of the firm's Banking and Finance Practice Group, regularly representing financial institutions and borrowers in connection with loan transactions.  He has assisted clients on a variety of transactional matters from entity formation and restructuring, to complex mergers and acquisitions.  Victor is admitted to practice law in Oregon, Washington, California, and Ohio.
About Sussman Shank LLP
Founded in 1960 in Portland, Oregon, Sussman Shank is a full-service business, litigation, and commercial bankruptcy law firm with over 30 lawyers.  Our clients include public and private companies, government entities, institutions, non-profit organizations, and individuals.  While we are based in the Pacific Northwest, we frequently represent clients in court proceedings and business transactions throughout the country.  In 2014, Oregon Business Magazine named Sussman Shank as one of the "100 Best Companies to Work for in Oregon." 
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